THE translation of this manifesto which follows the Fama in the edition accredited by the great name of Eugenius Philalethes is prolix and careless: being made not from the Latin original but from the later German version. As a relic of English Rosicrucian literature I have wished to preserve it, and having subjected it to a searching revision throughout, it now represents the original with sufficient fidelity for all practical purposes. Wesselius, a , Quarto. Verily, it requires no small pains to induce any one to believe what doth not yet appear, but when it shall be revealed in the full blaze of day, I suppose we should be ashamed of such questionings. And as we do now securely call the Pope Antichrist, which was.
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Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Fama Fraternitatis is the foremost of three texts which would go on to influence the entire Rosicrucian tradition and its offshoots. Touching on alchemy, philosophy, ethics, and religious tradition in multiple manners, this short work had one of the most powerful effects upon the occult until the era of Mathers and Crowley. Still circulated and read today, it is a powerful testament to its authors' spiritual leanings.
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More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Published by Independently Published, United States Language: Portuguese. Que prossegue dizendo muito mais. Com imenso Amor, ele oferece os seus Tesouros, que lhe foram revelados pelo Beijo da Aurora. E ele busca caminhos muito simples, para oferecer esses dons, a quem os queira.
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The seminal document known as the Fama Fraternitatis the Proclamation of the Fraternity burst like a firework over Europe in the early 17th century, igniting the imagination of many with its story of the German seeker Christian Rosenkreuz, his journey through the Middle East in search of wisdom, and his creation of the esoteric Rosicrucian Fraternity. The first of three so-called Rosicrucian Manifestos, it received no adequate English translation for over three centuries.
To mark the th anniversary of the original German publication in , Christopher McIntosh and Donate Pahnke McIntosh produced an English rendering, based on careful study of printed and manuscript versions. They have now issued it in a second edition with certain amendments and corrections.
This work is an essential resource for all who are drawn to Rosicrucianism, whether as a field of study or a spiritual path. Published by Lamp of Trismegistus, United States Dating to and , these are two of the three primary documents which originally announced and helped define who the secret society of Rosicrucians were.
These works, written in veiled and alchemical language, outline the true philosophy of RC along with a code of conduct that members are expected to live by. These two pieces have been the subject of serious occult study for centuries since their first appearance. Seller Inventory AAV Published by Lamp of Trismegistus About this Item: Lamp of Trismegistus, Published by BGU Limited Published by Stone Guild Publishing, Inc.
Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since Customer service is our top priority!. Published by Stone Guild Publishing About this Item: Stone Guild Publishing, Seller Inventory LIE This book is a collection of two noteworthy Rosicrucian documents.
The first, Fama Fraternitatis, which translates to "The Story of the Brotherhood", is an anonymous work which dates to and which entreats the educated men of Europe to work towards the reformation of current knowledge in a more spiritual vein. In it, the author speaks of the brotherhood of the Rosicrucians. This is the first known historical reference to this organization. The document also tells the story of Christian Rosencreutz, the founder of the order.
The second document, Confession of the Rosicrucian Fraternity, was published in and is a completion of Fama Fraternitatis.
Arthur Edward Waite's translation is an adaptation and revision of that of Thomas Vaughan Eugenius Philalethes , who translated both documents into English in Fama Fraternitatis and Confession of the Rosicrucian Fraternity. Item added to your basket View basket.
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In , Thomas Vaughan translated the work into English. An Italian edition was published as an appendix of the 77th Advertisement part , under the title Generale Riforma dell' Universo Universal Reformation of Mankind , from a German translation of Bocallini's Ragguagli di Parnasso Advertisements from Parnassus. The Fama was soon published in separate form. The Fama tells the story of the "Father C. It is thought in occultism that Rosenkreuz's pilgrimage seems to refer to transmutation steps of the Great Work.