Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

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Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Alternateworld » Sun Sep 18, 2011 2:43 pm

lol Thanks phaeton :mrcool: and Ed :mrcool: - great input guys and plenty more avenues for my current research, wow, i couldn't even begin to explain the synchro's involved here!

:cheers: :hugging: :cheers:

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Edgarrothstein » Sat Sep 17, 2011 2:58 pm

phaeton wrote:Thats a relief :wink:


:flop:
But yes, that bottle certainly is a curious little detail.

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Torah wrote:And you shall take for yourselves ... the splendid fruit of a tree, fronds of dates, the branch of the thick-leafed tree and aravot of the river...

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Phaeton » Sat Sep 17, 2011 2:50 pm

Thats a relief :wink:

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Edgarrothstein » Sat Sep 17, 2011 2:37 pm

phaeton wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
phaeton wrote:no the one on page 16.. page 15 shows some vague reflection of the one on page 16 [which is probably unintentional].


Ahhh :idea:

Image
(Hall's version)

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(B/W version)

Well, if i remember correctly, each book from Hall's collection of alchemical manuscripts is coloured and slightly different than the original editions. That's probably the reason why he collected these particular editions...

The white oval in the piedestal is most probably a space for dedication of the book to someone.

And If you refer to the bottle (as in possible sinister entity in the bottle...), well...i guess king Solomon probably wouldn't put himself into the bottle :lol: It rather represents the Alchemy aspect of the book in my opinion...


Yes thats the one. And I am indeed referring to the bottle. But not as in ';possible sinister entity in the bottle'. :D
You really think that of me? Seeing demons around every corner? Certainly hope not.
More like 'Kingship rule in the eyes o/t public, yet Kingship maintained, in fact'. If you know what I mean.


Of course not.

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Phaeton » Sat Sep 17, 2011 2:30 pm

edgarrothstein wrote:
phaeton wrote:no the one on page 16.. page 15 shows some vague reflection of the one on page 16 [which is probably unintentional].


Ahhh :idea:

Image
(Hall's version)

Image
(B/W version)

Well, if i remember correctly, each book from Hall's collection of alchemical manuscripts is coloured and slightly different than the original editions. That's probably the reason why he collected these particular editions...

The white oval in the piedestal is most probably a space for dedication of the book to someone.

And If you refer to the bottle (as in possible sinister entity in the bottle...), well...i guess king Solomon probably wouldn't put himself into the bottle :lol: It rather represents the Alchemy aspect of the book in my opinion...


Yes thats the one. And I am indeed referring to the bottle [and in a broader sense the contrast depicted].
But not as in ';possible sinister entity in the bottle'. :D
You really think that of me? Seeing demons around every corner? Certainly hope not.
More like 'Kingship rule in the eyes o/t public, yet Kingship maintained, in fact'. If you know what I mean.

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Edgarrothstein » Sat Sep 17, 2011 1:30 pm

phaeton wrote:no the one on page 16.. page 15 shows some vague reflection of the one on page 16 [which is probably unintentional].


Ahhh :idea:

Image
(Hall's version)

Image
(B/W version)

Well, if i remember correctly, each book from Hall's collection of alchemical manuscripts is coloured and slightly different than the original editions. That's probably the reason why he collected these particular editions...

The white oval in the piedestal is most probably a space for dedication of the book to someone.

And If you refer to the bottle (as in possible sinister entity in the bottle...), well...i guess king Solomon probably wouldn't put himself into the bottle :lol: It rather represents the Alchemy aspect of the book in my opinion...

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Phaeton » Sat Sep 17, 2011 12:52 pm

no the one on page 16.. page 15 shows some vague reflection of the one on page 16 [which is probably unintentional].

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Edgarrothstein » Sat Sep 17, 2011 12:45 pm

phaeton wrote:About the first [2] pics in the French version [too large to embed it here it, cant seem to find it anywhere else..]
Pages 15 and 16..

A picture tells more than a thousand words..

I wonder why this pic was edited / cropped in the english version :think:


These two?

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Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Phaeton » Sat Sep 17, 2011 12:27 pm

About the first [2] pics in the French version [too large to embed it here it, cant seem to find it anywhere else..]
Pages 15 and 16..

A picture tells more than a thousand words..

I wonder why this pic was edited / cropped in the english version :think:

Re: Rosicrucian Science Of Initiation

Post by Edgarrothstein » Sat Sep 17, 2011 12:16 pm

alternateworld wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:But yeah, there's nothing wrong with doctrine of the original Rosenkreutzers ...


That's the bit i was floating this video for really, i hadn't done any research on who was giving the talk or for what purpose. But that is important to be aware of just the same so thanks for bringing it to the table :flop:

I just happened to find the information, concepts, etc of interest...


This is a good, essential book to start with :

http://www.scribd.com/doc/48720042/Atalanta-Fugiens

(this is french version from Manly P. Hall's collection)

http://www.scribd.com/doc/5986531/Maier-Atalanta-Fugiens

(translated english version)

EDIT :

Although it seems complicated and/or complex, it is not. And somewhere on the net you can find the accompanying MP3's or MIDI files of the fugues and canons.

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