Just Beneath the Surface: A Report on the Transdisciplinary Fume Research at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi–Elisa Cuttjonn, SRC

“Just Beneath the Surface: A Report on the Transdisciplinary Fume Research at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi” by Elisa Cuttjonn, SRC In addition to all of the ancient traditions surrounding the Oracle at Delphi, modern science has recently verified the geological and chemical bases of this revered site. This reading of Soror Cuttjonn’s study leads […]

Grand Temple History

In celebration of 2017’s 90th Anniversary of Rosicrucian Park, this recording recounts the Grand Temple’s History from the recent Rosicrucian Digest. Go here to see the illustrations mentioned. Running Time: 42:45 | 102.6 MB Podcast Copyright © 2018 Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. All Rights Reserved. Posted by Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum @ 1/1/2018 https://05e6b1c102dbcd79bf13-67072af94092b78a0b24cb0f4d5139b1.ssl.cf5.rackcdn.com/Digest%202017%20No.%202%20Grand%20Temple%20History.mp3

Rosicrucian Ritual–Daniel Gautier, FRC

This artwork and verse are a hymn of praise and thanksgiving. It is my inevitably inadequate attempt to describe my own inner experiences and give thanks for that mystic Ascent and Union with the Cosmic Pleroma, which lies at the center of our Souls. — Daniel Gautier, FRC The accompanying music for this meditation is also by […]

A Triangle of Love–Tom Ogazon, FRC

Frater Tom Ogazon discusses three aspects of one of the most used symbols in Rosicrucianism, the Triangle: The Relationship with the Master Within, Detachment, and Compassion. He then leads us in a meditation on these themes. Running Time: 27:18 | 65.5 MB Podcast Copyright © 2017 Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. All Rights Reserved. Posted by Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum @ […]

Awakening the Heart Center–Ilkka Laaksonen, FRC

Awakening the Heart Center Ilkka Laaksonen, FRC General Administrator of the Finnish Administration In this podcast, which is a reading of his discourse presented in the Grand Temple, during the AMORC World Convention in San Jose, General Administrator Ilkka Laaksonen reminds us of the physical, mystical, and spiritual functions of our Heart Center. Running Time: […]

Rosicrucian Initiatic Journeys to Egypt

Rosicrucian initiatic journeys to Egypt began in 1929 with Imperator H. Spencer Lewis leading the first group. These extraordinary pilgrimages continue until today. Seventy-five Rosicrucians from throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe accompanied H. Spencer Lewis on that first initiatic journey. The principal destination was Egypt, however on the way to and from […]

Selections from a Mithraic Ritual — G. R. S. Mead

This podcast features an article from the December 2010 Mithraic Mysteries issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. One of the pioneering esoteric scholars of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, G.R.S. Mead (1863–1933) brought wider attention to many ancient materials, including this ritual which some scholars dismiss, and others cautiously believe retains some Mithraic elements. […]

The Rise and Fall of the Mithraic Mysteries — V. L. Stephens, S.R.C., M.A.

This podcast features an article from the December 2010 Mithraic Mysteries issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Who was Mithras and what are the Mithraic Mysteries? There was little written about the Mithraic Mysteries. It is only through the inferences drawn from the cave or cave-like Mithraea, the generally present Tauroctony scene and other images, the […]

The Epiphany of Isis — Lucius Apuleius

The Metamorphoses of Lucius by Lucius Apuleius, better known as The Golden Ass, is the only Roman novel to survive today. The present selection is assumed to be autobiographical, as Lucius describes the epiphany of Isis, most probably from his participation in the Isis Mysteries themselves. Running Time: 12:53 | 17.29 MB Podcast Copyright © 2010 Rosicrucian Order, […]

The Lesser Mysteries of Eleusis — Stefanie Goodart, S.R.C., M.A.

This podcast features an article from the 2009 No. 2 Eleusis issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. The town of Eleusis, twelve miles from Athens, was home to the famous Eleusinian Mysteries. People would come from all parts of Greece to be initiated into this cult of “The Two Goddesses,” Demeter and Persephone. The Mysteries consisted […]