True Imagination in Alchemy—Dennis Hauck, FRC, PhD
Dennis William Hauck, FRC, PhD, is the curator of the new Alchemy Museum at Rosicrucian Park and was the curator of the Rosicrucian Alchemy Exhibit, now on display in the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. Frater Hauck is a recognized leader in the emerging field of consciousness studies and has contributed to a number of related fields, including the history of science, mathematical logic, psychology, and the scientific study of mystical experiences. He is a popular author and lecturer working to facilitate personal, cultural, and global transformations through the ancient principles of alchemy. Frater Hauck has written several books and many papers and articles, including several that have been published in recent issues of the Rosicrucian Digest and the Rose+Croix Journal (www.rosecroixjournal.org).
For more details, please visit https://www.rosicrucianpark.org/alchemy-museum
The Alchemy of Life: As Above, So Below
Hugo Casas, FRC
Grand Master of the Spanish Grand Lodge for Europe, Africa, and Australasia
In this podcast, which is a reading of his presentation at the AMORC World Convention in San Jose, Grand Master Hugo Casas of the Spanish Grand Lodge for Europe, Africa, and Asia explores the Alchemy of Life through the analogy of games.
Maximilian Neff, FRC
Grand Master of the German Grand Lodge and Treasurer of the Supreme Grand Lodge
In this podcast, which is a reading of his presentation at the AMORC World Convention in San Jose, Grand Master Maximilian Neff leads us through an exploration of the powerful Rosicrucian traditions related to healing and the soul-personality.
This podcast features an article from the June 2011 Hermetism issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. The Secret Sermon on the Mountain is the thirteenth tractate of the Corpus Hermeticum in the collection that has come to us through fifteenth century Constantinople. It is a dialogue between Hermes and his child Tat regarding mystical rebirth. The tractate concludes with a great invocation to the Divine.
This podcast features an article from the June 2011 Hermetism issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Environmentalist and Hermetic scholar and practitioner John Michael Greer presents the context of the Renaissance rediscovery of the Corpus Hermeticum, as well as its contents and the significant role it played in the struggle for freedom of thought and mystical practice.
This podcast features an article from the June 2011 Hermetism issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Hermeticism and alchemy lead us to inner and outer transformations. These practices have their roots in ancient Egypt and Greece. Well-known author and lecturer Richard Smoley considers how these ancient traditions affect us today.
This podcast features an article from the June 2011 Hermetism issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Leading esoteric scholar Joscelyn Godwin traces the outlines of the Hermetic Tradition from Thoth to Hermes Trismegistus, and its essential teachings. He demonstrates how the unique character of the tradition has enabled it to influence much of the Western world and its many paths.
This podcast features an article from the June 2011 Hermetism issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. The Staff of the Rosicrucian Digest provides an introduction to one of the most popular and enduring mystical philosophies on Earth—the tradition attributed to Hermes Trismegistus.
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.