In this article RCUI Instructor and long time Martinist member Steven Armstrong presents the Way of the Heart as it has been practiced in various traditions throughout history including in the Traditional Martinist Order.
Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin was so inspired by the writings of the mystic Jacob Boehme (1575-1624) that he learned German when he was forty years old so that he could read his
“Second Master’s” original words. In the text below, Provincial Master Marion Owens translates from Baroque German into English excerpts from Boehme’s description of his Spiritual
Awakening, in his famous first work, Aurora.
Julian Johnson has served the Traditional Martinist Order in many capacities. He currently serves as the Board Treasurer of the English Grand Lodge for the Americas. In this article, he elucidates some of the most valuable and inspiring lessons of the Martinist teachings.
Julie Scott serves as the Grand Master of the Traditional Martinist Order for the English Grand Lodge for the Americas. In this article she presents some of the history and symbolism of the cloak — a powerful tool for personal transformation.
Christian Bernard serves as the Sovereign Grand Master of the Traditional Martinist Order and the Imperator of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. In this recording of his article, he inspires us to invoke the Holy Spirit, that is, the Divine Breath that purifies, regenerates, inspires, and illumines all beings.
This podcast features an article from the 2010 No. 1 Isis issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. Reclaiming the Divine Feminine from exile in the West, Caitlin Matthews explores her many ancient forms worldwide as a post-feminist archetype for the future, showing us the way to a practical spirituality grounded in daily life, sacred marriage, and the natural world. In this excerpt, the author demonstrates the central role of Isis in the Sophia Tradition—the Divine Wisdom Tradition—elements of which are shared by the Rosicrucian and Martinist paths.
This podcast features an article from the 2010 No. 1 Isis issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. The image of the Veil of Isis has persisted through the centuries from ancient Egyptian Saïs—where Athena and Isis were identified as one—to the present day. Originally, a symbol of wisdom, initiation, and the Mysteries, it has successively become an image of protection, of the secrets of nature, of hidden history and truths to be revealed. In each historical context the Veil is an invitation to delve further into the truths which have been hidden in plain sight from the eyes of those who will not see.
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.