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Rosicrucians, Their History and Aims

Foundations of Freemasonry Series
Narrated by: Adam Hanin
Length: 33 mins
Categories: History, European
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Summary

Brother Westcott is the perfect man to write on the aims of the Rosicrucians and their relationship to Freemasonry, as he was not only a Mason and a Rosicrucian himself but held the office of supreme magus of the masonic Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia. So, along with a thorough history of how the traditional Rosicrucian Order evolved over hundreds of years, he includes some brief remarks on the much newer S.R.I.A.

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A poorly narrated article.

What disappointed you about Rosicrucians, Their History and Aims?

The description made this short book interesting but for me it was poorly delivered both in content and manner of presentation.

Would you be willing to try another book from William Wynn Westcott? Why or why not?

Yes, the author knew his subject but it needs delivering better.

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Disappointment.

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This is only my opinion and should not be taken as an ultimate decision not to buy.

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  • Timothy Miles
  • 22-05-17

Very informative

I have been looking for a long time and have finally found a small piece into the connection between Freemason's and Rosicrucianism. This book seems to be from a credible source, and it's knowledge therefore: reliable.

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