The Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix–Christian Rebisse, F.R.C.

In his book, Rosicrucian History and Mysteries, Christian Rebisse describes the many traditions that contributed to what would become the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC and to some extent the Traditional Martinist Order. The excerpt below briefly describes the history of the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix and its founders who greatly influenced both traditions.

Running Time: 7:50 | 10.7 MB
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Masculine and Feminine Symbolism in Kabbalah–Lloyd Abrams, F.R.C., Ph.D.

Lloyd Abrams, Ph.D., FRC, serves on the Editorial Board of the Rose+Croix Journal (www.rosecroixjournal.org) and is an instructor for Rose Croix University International. He has presented many programs and workshops on Kabbalah. In this article, he explains many of the core Kabbalistic concepts and relates them to masculine and feminine symbolism in Kabbalah.

Running Time: 21:45 | 28.9 MB
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The Kabbalah: Secret Tradition of the West — Papus

Gérard Encausse, MD (1865-1916), better known by his mystical pseudonym, Papus, was one of the co-founders of the Martinist Order and the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose Croix (1888), which was structured around a hierarchy of three degrees acquired by examination – Bachelor of Kabbalah, Master of Kabbalah, and Doctor of Kabbalah.

This podcast is an excerpt from the book written by Papus entitled The Kabbalah: Secret Tradition of the West, translated by the staff of the Rosicrucian Digest.

Running Time: 8:34 | 12.1 MB
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Posted by Rosicrucian Park @ 4/1/2013

Three Kabbalistic Meditations from the Sepher Yetzirah — Grand Master Julie Scott

In this podcast, Grand Master Julie Scott presents three Kabbalistic meditations, using techniques from the Sepher Yetzirah.

Running Time: 15:40 | 22 MB
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Sepher Yetzirah — From a Rosicrucian Manuscript

In this podcast, we hear the long version of the Sepher Yetzirah, a foundational work of Kabbalah, in a text found in a Rosicrucian Manuscript.

Running Time: 26:10 | 36.8 MB
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The Legend of the Lost Word — Ralph M. Lewis, F.R.C.

Ralph Maxwell Lewis served as the Imperator of The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC for forty eight years, from 1939 to 1987. In this podcast, he explores the power of the word, in various traditions, including Kabbalah.

Running Time: 9:35 | 13.5 MB
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Posted by Rosicrucian Park @ 1/1/2013

Kabbalah: A Brief Overview — Joshua Maggid, Ph.D.

There are strong connections with Kabbalah in Rosicrucianism and Martinism, and Kabbalah remains an important aspect of the teachings of The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC and the Traditional Martinist Order. In this article, Joshua Maggid, a longtime Rosicrucian and Martinist who has studied Kabbalah for many years, presents a brief overview of Kabbalah, including Jewish, Christian, and Hermetic
Kabbalah.

Running Time: 15:33 | 21.9 MB
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Posted by Rosicrucian Park @ 12/01/2012

Mystery Schools and the Rosicrucian Tradition — Grand Master Julie Scott

The ancient Mystery Schools served as spiritual centers in the ancient world, educating students in natural laws and principles so they could better live in harmony with them; encouraging introspection in order to know one’s self; and engendering within a feeling of connection with the Great Mystery of the Universe. In this podcast, Grand Master Julie Scott discusses the ways in which the Rosicrucian tradition perpetuates the wisdom of the ancient Mystery Schools.

Running Time: 29:27 | 13.4 MB
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