Renova symposium: ‘Called by the World Heart’

volume 32 nr 1

January/February 2010

Renova symposium: ‘Called by the World Heart’

Introduction

There is an ancient, Masonic legend, stemming from the memory of the mysteries that always returns in each period of humanity. This legend tells about a glorious moment that will come in a very distant future, and that there will be seven temples, seven hermetic working places. And there is a ritual belonging to a certain degree of one of the ancient Masonic ceremonies, during which one brother speaks to another brother: ‘May the six other temples come soon, brother.’ The person addressed replies to this: They will be there. J. van Rijckenborgh

Articles in this issue...

02
Not ideas, but results help humanity along - Lex van den Brul
05
Leading creation to perfection - Wies Kuiper
10
Being able to use the earthly tools - Henk Masselink
16
Ex deo nascimur, in iesu morimur, per spiritum sanctum reviviscimus
22
What more does the world need? - Johannes Witteveen
28
Positio fraternitatis rosae crucis - Klaas-Jan Bakker
36
May the roses flower on your cross - Ger Westenberg
43
Called by the world heart - Joost R. Ritman
51
Closing statement