Reading Time: 2 minutes The 17th century Rosicrucian Manifestos are the subject of a new book written by Steven Markham. Steven has produced a modern English version of the three books, which were originally published in German and Latin. In the early 17th century three documents were published which came to be known as ‘The Rosicrucian Manifestos’. These books … Read more
Reading Time: 4 minutes It is around 1755 in Germany that different groups called the Golden Cross, and the Rosy Cross appeared. At this time, none of these groups were real parts of Freemasonry.
It seems that these groups were not organized together and continued to be isolated from each other for some years after their creation. However, close contacts were initiated between these groups and Freemasons interested in esotericism
Reading Time: 39 minutes By Bro. R. A. Gilbert (19 February 1987) INTRODUCTION IN 1931, ON THE occasion of his Installation as W. M. of this Lodge, Bro W. J. Williams gave as his Inaugural Address an account of The Contributions of Former Members, outlining the work of twenty-two members of the Lodge. Three years later Bro. W. J. … Read more