A Rosicrucian Notebook

9 Kiesewetter ( 1854-1895 ) asserts that " one of the main studies of the Rosicrucians of the Second System was magnetic healing . ... 6th Pastmaster Kramer has this to say : One ridiculous method A ROSICRUCIAN NOTEBOOK 109.

Author: Willy Schrodter

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 0877287570

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 320

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This book is incredibly valuable to students of various esoteric traditions because the notes and excerpts are taken from private and previously unpublished sources, and from authors whose out-of-print books are not readily accessible. Interesting information has been collected and annotated concerning such topics as blood telegraphy, ever-burning lamps, optics, spiritual skills in healing, transplantation, apparent death, isopathy, and magnetism. Includes a look into a Rosicrucian workshop.

Liber 420

... 751 Rosicrucian Notebook: The Secret Sciences Used by Members of the Order, A 560, 746 Rosicrucian Story, The 650, 722,744 Rossell, Deac 518, 745 Rossetti, Gabriel 358 Rossini, Gioachino 630 Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia: Of History, ...

Author: Chris Bennett

Publisher: TrineDay

ISBN: 9781634242271

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 777

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Although little known, cannabis and other psychoactive plants held a prominent and important role in the Occult arts of Alchemy and Magic, as well as being used in ritual initiations of certain secret societies. Find out about the important role cannabis played in helping to develop modern medicines through alchemical works. Cannabis played a pivotal role in spagyric alchemy, and appears in the works of alchemists such as Zosimos, Avicenna, Llull, Paracelsus, Cardano and Rabelais. Cannabis also played a pivotal role in medieval and renaissance magic and recipes with instructions for its use appear in a number of influential and important grimoires such as the Picatrix, Sepher Raxiel: Liber Salomonis, and The Book of Oberon. Could cannabis be the Holy Grail? With detailed historical references, the author explores the allegations the Templars were influenced by the hashish ingesting Assassins of medieval Islam, and that myths of the Grail are derived from the Persian traditions around the sacred beverage known as haoma, which was a preparation of cannabis,opium and other drugs. Many of the works discussed, have never been translated into English, or published in centuries. The unparalleled research in this volume makes it a potential perennial classic on the subjects of both medieval and renaissance history of cannabis, as well as the role of plants in the magical and occult traditions.

The History of Energy Transference

57; SCHRÖDTER, Willy, A Rosicrucian Notebook (York Beach, ME: Samuel Weiser, 1992), p. 8; and Pflanzen-Geheimnisse [Secrets of Plants] (Warpke-Billerbeck, 1957), p. 132 f. 192 WILHELM, Richard, Frühling und Herbst des Lü Bu We (Lü Schi ...

Author: Willy Schrodter

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609256999

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 205

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The History of Energy Transference explores the origins of healing, both distant and hands on healing. We all have the potential to be a healing influence on each other.

The Rosicrucian Seer

As is shown in the letters , Hockley with great reluctance loaned some of the notebooks to F. G. Irwin who , despite solemn promises to the contrary , copied extracts into his own Rosicrucian notebook , from which the following extracts ...

Author: Frederick Hockley


ISBN: NWU:35556017567868

Category: Occultism

Page: 221

View: 510


Paschal Beverly Randolph

A Nineteenth-Century Black American Spiritualist, Rosicrucian, and Sex Magician John Patrick Deveney ... A Rosicrucian Notebook : The Secret Sciences Used by Members of the Order . New York : Weiser , 1992 . Schuchard , Marsha Keith .

Author: John Patrick Deveney

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791431193

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 642

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His most enduring claim to fame is the crucial role he played in the transformation of spiritualism, a medium's passive reception of messages from the spirits of the dead, into occultism, the active search for personal spiritual realization and inner vision.

The Sylph

Jane Austen uses an identical plot device to bring Willoughby and Marianne together in Sense and Sensibility. Marianne twists her ankle, and Willoughby rescues her. 86. Willy Schrodter, A Rosicrucian Notebook: The Secret Sciences Used ...

Author: Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

ISBN: 9780810122291

Category: Fiction

Page: 306

View: 116


This ranging epistolary novel follows Julia Grenville, a Welsh beauty who knows little of the world until her marriage to the older Lord Stanley. Through Julia’s letters to her sister, readers learn more of Julia’s new life in London—her unfaithful husband, her miscarriage, her disillusionment with the city and its fashions. Other letters reveal that Julia has a longtime admirer, Harry Woodley, from her former life, as well as a mysterious guardian angel: her Sylph. This character guides Julia away from the depravities of her life in London, including her gambling problem. The Sylph is also another sympathetic ear to Julia’s increasing marital dissatisfaction and growing affinity for another man, the Baron Ton-hausen. As Julia nearly falls prey to the overzealous admirations of one of her husband’s associates, her husband is consumed by gambling debts to that same associate. She is shocked to discover the depths of her husband’s ruin and plans to flee to Wales before she too can be claimed in payment. Her disgraced husband takes the ultimate way out and Julia goes home to her father and sister in Wales. Her Sylph is not far behind, however, and soon reveals himself to Julia to be more than she could have ever imagined.

A Beginner s Guide to Creating Reality

A Rosicrucian Notebook . York Beach : Samuel Weiser , Inc. , 1991 . Talbot , Michael . The Holographic Universe . New York : HarperCollins , 1992 . The Portable Jung . Edited by Joseph Campbell . New York : Penguin Books , 1976 .

Author: Ramtha (the enlightened one (Spirit))

Publisher: Ramtha's School of the Mind

ISBN: 1578730279

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 328

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Account of important events in Ramtha's lifetime, from birth to his ascension, as well as Ramtha's basic teaching on consciousness and energy, the nature of reality, the self and the personality, the Observer in quantum mechanics, the auric field surrounding the body, the kundalini energy, and the seven seals in the body. This teaching covers the introduction given to students before commencing studies at Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. Includes: Foreword by JZ Knight, Introductory Essay to Ramtha's Teachings, Ramtha's Autobiography, Diagrams, Workbook, Glossary and Index.

Ramtha the White Book

A Rosicrucian Notebook. York Beach: Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1991. Spalding, Baird T. Life and Teaching of the Masters of the FarEast. California: DeVorss & Co. Publishers, 1964. Talbot, Michael. The Holographic Universe.

Author: Ramtha

Publisher: Ramtha's School of the Mind

ISBN: 9781578730452

Category: Religion

Page: 337

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"The general introduction to Ramtha and his teachings now revised and expanded with a foreword by JZ Knight, a glossary of terms and concepts used by Ramtha, a detailed index and a commentary essay showing the significance of Ramtha's teachings. It addresses questions on the Source of all existence, our forgotten divinity, life after death, evolution, love, the power of consciousness and the mind, lessons from nature, and Ramtha's ascension"--Publisher's website.

Behind the Looking Glass

Translated to English as A Rosicrucian Notebook. York Beach, Maine: Samuel Weiser, 1992. Sorensen, Roy. A Brief History of the Paradox. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. Stewart, John Alexander and others, eds.

Author: Sherry Ackerman

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443804561

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 165

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Behind the Looking Glass offers a fresh perspective in the ongoing, contemporary deconstruction of the Carroll Myth. Through rigorous examination of numerous myths that have been hitherto unquestioned, Ackerman skillfully positions Lewis Carroll in the theological and philosophical contexts of his time. She uncovers a Carroll whose radical religio-philosophical counter-response to patriarchal materialism moved his intellectual journey, intentionally or otherwise, deep into the waters of mysticism. The image of Carroll as a dreary Victorian conservative gives way to that of a man with wide intellectual parameters, an inquiring mind and bold, far-sighted vision. Behind the Looking Glass demonstrates how nineteenth century currents of spiritualism, theosophy and occult philosophy co-mingled with Carroll’s interest in revived Platonism and Neoplatonism, showcasing the Alice and Sylvie and Bruno books as unique points of conjunction between Carroll’s intellect and spirituality. The scholarship in this work, while rigorous, is softly mixed with the kind of academic frivolity that Carroll himself might have enjoyed. Ackerman exposes a Carroll who, having lost belief in the theological and mythological master plots of earlier eras, turned toward the imaginative fiction of wonderlands rife with philosophical content in response to his instinctive hunger for cosmic coherence and existential order.


A Rosicrucian Notebook: The Secret Sciences Used by Members of the Order, Schrodter, Willy, Boston, MA: Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1992, 293 pp.6. Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Eddy, Mary Baker, Boston: The Writings of Mary ...

Author: Guro Bert Domingo

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462844883

Category: Philosophy

Page: 137

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Rational Theology In Search of World Peace Humanity is One The greatest single source of human conflict has to do with beliefs or of faith that one holds. The variety of human ideas, most often irreconcilable with one another, has lead to divisions and endless schisms. There is a great need to accommodate and harmonize ideas by convergence at the point where agreement is possible. Rationalization, convergence, and unification at the center is necessary to achieve world peace. However, this is only possible when rational people can discuss openly without fear of each other. The steps to accomplish this enormous task can only start with the individual. This is the goal of this work. A person needs to have sufficient knowledge to understand the various facets of life. This would include a philosophical base of values with a worldview encompassing and transcending all biases and prejudices inherent in, and inculcated by the culture. No religious, scientific, or traditional views must be sacrosanct to analysis. With adequate knowledge, one gains freedom from ignorance and fear. This book, Rational Theology, is a guidebook for any individual desiring to discover real freedom. It is a companion of the authors book Freedom Trilogy. Freedom Trilogy is a self-help and how-to-book. It helps develop thinking and reasoning abilities. It challenges the mind to gain new perspectives. It contains the ISA Introspective Self-analysis method of discovering ourselves and gaining freedom from fear and anxieties. Through Knowledge, Ignorance and Fear are banished, Freedom Attained once we discover and understand ourselves.