The Rosicrucians: The History, Mythology, and Rituals of an Esoteric Order

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Weiser Books, Sep 1, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 162 pages
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Christopher McIntosh chronicles the obscure and often elusive history of the Fraternity of the Rosy Cross - the Rosicrucians, a sect established by the mysterious Father Christian Rosenkreutz, whose body, it is said, was discovered preserved in a seven-sided vault, 120 years after his death.
 

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Interesting material on Samuel Richter and the R & AC, links pietism, alchemy, rosicrucianism.

Contents

Ancient Doctrines Rediscovered
1
The Esoteric Tradition in Germany
9
The Tübingen Circle
19
The Aftermath of the Manifestos
31
The Spread of Rosicrucianism
39
The Search for the Philosophers Stone
51
The Golden and Rosy Cross
63
A Rosicrucian Monarch
77
The Golden Dawn Its Antecedents and Offshoots
97
The Rosicrucian Adept in Literature
107
Modern Rosicrucian Movements
119
A NeverEnding Story
137
The Rose Croix of Heredom Degree
141
Selected Bibliography
145
Index
157
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The Revival in France
85

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About the author (1998)

Christopher McIntosh is a writer and historian specializing in the esoteric traditions of the West. He was for several years on the faculty of the Centre for the Study of Esotericism at Exeter University. He lives in Bremen, Germany.

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