The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, is known internationally by its traditional and authentic title, the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis, from which is derived the acronym “AMORC.” The Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis is the Latin form of the organization’s name, which literally translates into the Ancient Mystical Order of the Rosy Cross. There is no religious connotation associated with this symbol; the Rosy Cross symbol predates Christianity. The cross symbolically represents the human body and the rose represents the individual’s unfolding consciousness. Together, the rose and cross represent the experiences and challenges of a thoughtful life well lived. Thus, by our name and symbol we represent the ancient fraternity of Rosicrucians, perpetuating the true traditions of Rosicrucian movements from centuries past to the present day. Order AMORC | Mastery of Life
The Rosicrucian Order is a legendary esoteric Order publicly documented in the early 17th century. This hermetic Order is viewed among earlier and many modern Rosicrucianists as a "College of Invisibles" from the inner worlds, composed of great Adepts, aiming to give assistance in mankind's spiritual unfoldment. When compared to human beings, the consciousness of these Adepts is said to be like that of demi-gods. Several modern societies have been formed for the study of Rosicrucianism and allied subjects. However, many researchers on the history of Rosicrucianism argue that modern Rosicrucianists are in no sense directly derived from the "Brethren of the Rose Cross" of the 17th century. Free Ebooks on Rosicrucianism
Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture I: The New Form of Wisdom The New Form of Wisdom Schmidt Number: S-1532 THE TITLE of this course of lectures has been announced as “Theosophy according to the Rosicrucian Method.”
Becoming a Pagan
HyperDiscordia, Confusion for a New Generation In this world, there are two kinds of people -- those who Get It and those who Don't. If the meaning of this is not immediately obvious to you, count yourself as one of the latter. Brought to you by the twisted mind of Episkopos Aloysius Thudthwacker , Keeper of the Truth, Self-Important World Jester, Minister of the ULC, Authority Disfigure, Unofficial Non-Spokesperson for the Oriental Trading Company, Priest of Spode
The Temple of Mithras
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Issued 23 September 2002 CE "Abrogate are all rituals, all ordeals, all words and signs. Ra-Hoor-Khuit hath taken his seat in the East at the Equinox of the Gods." As Western Civilization enters a new Aeon, so must its esoteric traditions. Our solution is not to destroy the old traditions, but to make them new again. Our Order is a manifestation and heir of the Golden Dawn current -- that is, an autonomous entity, but one that draws upon the knowledge, experience, practices and spirit of the system of magical training and attainment developed by the original Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. The Manifesto of the Open Source Order of the Golden Dawn
The Universal Life Church is a legally recognized California church. Since 1962, ULC has been ordaining ministers around the world. Our ministers are authorized to perform all peaceful rites and ceremonies of the church, including legal marriages (hand fasting). Pagan Religion
The Historicity and Historicisation of Arthur
Picatrix (The Aim of the Sage) of pseudo-Majriti (summary) al-Majriti, Maslamati ibn Ahmad The Ghâyat al-Hakîm fi'l-sihr , or Picatrix , as it is known in the West, is an important Arabic magical text. It is perhaps the largest and most comprehensive of the grimoires, or handbooks of magic. The attribution to the Andalusian mathematician al-Majriti (or al-Madjriti) (d. ca. 1004-7) is considered pseudo-epigraphic. The Latin translation dates to 1256 and the court of Alphonso the Wise, king of Castille, and exerted a considerable influence on Western magic thereafter. It is said that much of Ficino's astrological magic derives from the Picatrix (see I.P.Couliano, Eros and Magic in the Renaissance , University of Chicao Press, 1987, p. 118).
The Key of Knowledge (Clavicula Salomonis) Add. MS. 36674 Transcribed from British Library, Additional manuscript 36674. Edited by Joseph H. Peterson, Copyright © 1999. All rights reserved. The present text is a sixteenth century English translation of the Key of Solomon , the most famous of Grimoires, or handbooks of magic.
If you value this and other texts on this website, please do not copy except for private use ("fair use"). For this edition I have added a considerable number of footnotes, denoted by "-JHP." To avoid confusion I have added "-SLM" in some places to denote Mathers' original footnotes. I have omitted Mathers' drawings from this e-text, since they are available in low-cost edition from Weiser Key of Solomon, Book 2
For a reprint of Mathers' edition, see listing at Amazon.com INTRODUCTION by Joseph H. Peterson. The Key of Solomon is the most famous and important of all Grimoires, or handbooks of Magic.
The Lesser Key of Solomon This digital edition by Joseph H. Peterson, Copyright © 1999. Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis ('The Lesser Key of Solomon')
LEMEGETON, Part 2 Theurgia Goetia NOTE: All drawings are available on our CD. Editor's note: Many of the spirits and sigils in this book are also found in Trithemius' Steganographia . For example, compare the eleventh spirit with Steg. Book 1, chapter XI . -JHP [Sl.3825, fol 116v]
Gollancz Mafteah Shelomoh - Clavicula Salomonis This digital edition by Joseph H. Peterson, Copyright © 2000. All rights reserved. You will need a Hebrew font installed to read this. A Hebrew Manuscript
LEMEGETON, Part 3 Ars Paulina