Rosy cross

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Among the topics are the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross: a modern occult experience, Kabbalah: Charles Williams and the Middle Pillar, the High-Priestess: Williams and modern magic, and the transmutation of Charles Williams: spiritual and literary alchemy.
That's a Google question at this point, Hoishey, but I tell you: It was given to us by one of our founding members, Rosy Cross. It could simply mean Demon for the most part.
Waite's Fellowship of the Rosy Cross or his decidedly unusual relationships with women.
Faison received the highest degree the Royal Order confers, that of Knight of the Rosy Cross. Other Masonic leaders in North Carolina who received this degree include Deputy Grand Master Douglas L.
It is the underlying philosophy and framework for magical societies such as the Golden Dawn, Thelemic orders, mystical-religious societies such as the Builders of the Adytum and the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross, and is a precursor to the Neopagan, Wiccan and New Age movements.
The ornament of the rosy cross both crucifies and embellishes the body of the girl; it reinscribes Christian devotion within a practice of lived virginity; but this virginitas signals "girlhood" and is always girlish.
Nor water-sprite nor jinni of sunset-caves, The rosy phantom stands, nor winged nor finned!' All night he stood till shone the Christmas-star; Slowly the Rosy Cross, streak after streak, Flushed the grey sky-flushed sea and sail and spar, Flushed--blessing--every slave's woe-wasted cheek, Then did great Rosenkreutz, the Dew-King speak: 'Sufferers, take heart, Christ lends the Rosy Scar.' The poem is based on the Rosicrucian belief (18) that the order's patriarch Rosenkreutz returns to earth on Christmas Eve to watch the morning sky for the appearance of a rosy cross (W.
The books relate the life of the legendary Father Rosy Cross who travelled in the East, where he learnt great mysteries and upon his return became the founder of the order that bears his name.
devotes three chapters to exhaustive accounts of the Christian meanings hidden in the myth of Hiram, the symbolism of the Temple, and the order of the Rosy Cross. Readers unfamiliar with Masonic ritual and the competing lodges will have considerable difficulty following R.-L.
IT IS A WELL-ESTABLISHED FACT THAT CHARLES WILLIAMS became a member of Arthur Edward Waite's (1857-1942) Fellowship of the Rosy Cross in 1917 and was inducted into the innermost and secret part of that order in 1927.
The next year Waite started the Salvator Mundi Temple of the Rosy Cross (Ashenden 32).
Waite and his (pro-Christian) Fellowship of the Rosy Cross. Williams, it is pointed out, tended to say he had joined the Order of the Golden Dawn, but instead he had been an active member of the Fellowship from 1917 to 1927.