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The faculties of the old and the new man

volume 32 nr 6

November/December 2010

The faculties of the old and the new man


The Upanishads say with great emphasis: ‘Know thou the One, the Soul. It is the bridge leading to the immortal being. This is the ultimate end of man, to find the One which is in him; which is his truth, which is his soul; the key with which he opens the gate of the spiritual life, the heavenly kingdom.’ The theme of this Pentagram is the unmasking of the quest for this one that is within a human being. Socrates taught that ‘He who knows that he does not know anything is wiser than all other people.’ Through this insight, the way is paved for us to understand the article, titled: The temple, a working place. A temple of the Rosycross may be seen as an ideal representation of the inner temple, waiting to be realised in every human being. In the serene atmosphere of a temple, a person is able to link himself with the truth. If we have learned to see the world as it really is, we know that the truth of the world is finite. Then we are open to a higher truth, a new seeing: we see what can and must occur in a temple working place as well as in our inner being.

Articles in this issue...

Clairvoyance, faculty of the old man
The Rose of St. John - Jan van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri
Borobudur - the Edda
The vision of the seer
Aurora borealis
The temple, a working place - an impression from the temple of the Lectorium Rosicrucianism
The value of we
Book review ‘The Universal Gnosis’ - the primordial pranic light
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