- Rosicrucian Brotherhood
R O S I C R U C I A N B R O T H E R H O O D
From the Rosicrucian apologist's book Svmmvm Bonvm, The Highest Good,
which first appeared in 1629 in German.
Robert Fludd ( 1574 à Milgate, dans le Kent - 1637, à Londres)
Robert Fludd ( 1574 - 1637 ) is considered an immediate father of
Freemasonry, foremost among the disciples of Paracelsus, and "the
central figure of Rosicrucian literature, towering as an intellectual
giant... a man of immense erudition, and exalted mind" (Waite). The
unfoldment of the Christ whithin each human soul is the magnum opus
of spiritual alchemy and the central truth of Fludd's writing . These
articles are drawn from the Rosicrucian apologist's book Svmmvm
Bonvm, The Highest Good, which first appeared in 1629 in German.
- From RAYS FROM THE ROSE CROSS ( January-February, 1997 )