The book summarizes the birth of the Rosicrucian Order Rosicrucian manifestos based on the “Fraternitatis Fama” and “Confessio Fraternitatis,” and explains how mysterious this Order also acts in the world today.
In this book, the author talks about the Gospel story of the Blind Born and offers reflections that are to better understand the narrative and the laws that govern life.
The book presents the result of serious research on the life of Carl Louis Fredrik Grasshoff, who once moved to America changed its name to Max Heindel.
After passing a test, he was given the task of dissemination of the Rosicrucian Teachings to the public.
The book follows him in the difficulties of creating the Rosicrucian Fellowship to spread the teachings received and to build a Center for Spiritual healing.
The author has studied for years the Eastern and Western religions, and in this work clearly exposes his point of view and to refrain from controversies that tend to diminish the value, convinced that the religion of the East and for those who live there, the Christian religion as it is; for Westerners.
The beautiful allegorical paintings created by Johfra hide in their charming and mysterious beauty, the profound truth hidden symbols and explained with the ancient language of modern psychology and tarot, making this volume a book very appealing.
The author offers insights into the Neo-Platonism and Rosicrucianism, highlighting the many similarities.