“The Golden Verses of Pythagoras: A New Translation” by Steven Armstrong, FRC, MA, MDiv

“The Golden Verses of Pythagoras: A New Translation” by Steven Armstrong, FRC, MA, MDiv, from the “Mystical Italy” issue of the Rosicrucian Digest (Online Supplementals) In this podcast, following the latest scholarship, Frater Armstrong of the Grand Lodge staff presents a fresh translation of the venerable “Golden Verses of Pythagoras” which emphasizes the textual continuity of the verses. […]

Piercing Truths: Pythagoras, Western Civilization, and Hope–Steven Armstrong, FRC

“Piercing Truths: Pythagoras, Western Civilization, and Hope”–Steven Armstrong, FRC, from the “Mystical Italy” issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Civilizations do not just happen; they are created by those whose place it is to grow them, and when a civilization comes to an impasse, to pierce through to a new path. In this podcast, RCUI Instructor […]

Nicholas of Cusa and the Infinite–Thomas J. McFarlane

Nicholas of Cusa and the Infinite Thomas J. McFarlane Nicholas of Cusa (1401-64) was a philosopher and theologian whose writings influenced the development of Renaissance mathematics and science. The first part of this podcast traces the historical development in the West of thought about the Infinite prior to the time of Nicholas of Cusa. The second […]

Rosicrucian Park–Julie Scott, SRC

On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC in America in 1915, Grand Master Julie Scott leads a tour of historic and beautiful Rosicrucian Park. Running Time: 13:40 | 31.3 MB Podcast Copyright © 2015 Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. All Rights Reserved. Posted by Rosicrucian Park @ 10/01/2015  

Silence: Inner Learning Through the Power of Silence — Jeanne Guesdon S.R.C.

This podcast features an article that the past Grand Master of France, Soror Jeanne Guesdon, wrote for the Rosicrucian Digest in 1978. It is titled, Silence: Inner Learning Through the Power of Silence. In this article Soror Guesdon explains the role silence plays in initiatic traditions today and across the ages. Running Time: 7:52 |10.8 […]

The Neo-Pythagoreans at the Porta Maggiore in Rome — Lisa Spencer, S.R.C., M.A.O.M.

In the early twentieth century Roman crews were excavating for a new railway station when they came across a small vaulted basilica, about fifty feet underground. Notwithstanding its diminutive size (thirty by thirty-six feet), the find was extraordinary. Built sometime between the first century BCE and the first century CE, its walls are adorned with stucco […]

Pythagoras and Music — Melanie Richards, M.Mus., S.R.C.

The musician draws the bow across the violin string and immediately the inert atmosphere becomes vibrant and transparent, “…as if sound from nonspatial realms shines through a window into the world of space.” What is being demonstrated is a phenomenon known as the overtone series, in which any tone, played or sung, activates a column of mathematically-related […]

Reviewing our Acts — Ralph M Lewis, F.R.C.

A reading of Reviewing our Acts by Ralph M Lewis. The reader is David Aguilera. Running Time: 17:22 |11.68 MB Podcast Copyright © 2009 Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. All Rights Reserved.  Posted by Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum @ 06/01/2009

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 […]