The Rosicrucian Mysteries

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(4.3 stars; 119 reviews)

A primer for those interested in the basic philosophy, beliefs & secrets of the Rosicrucians. (Summary by Kirk Ziegler) (4 hr 0 min)


0 - Intro (Mt. Ecclesia) 10:45 Read by KirksVoice
1 - Chapters 1 & 2 47:51 Read by KirksVoice
2 - Chapter 3 - Part 1 1:00:03 Read by KirksVoice
3 - Chapter 3 - Part 2 22:50 Read by KirksVoice
4 - Chapter 4 19:32 Read by KirksVoice
5 - Chapter 5 - Part 1 43:29 Read by KirksVoice
6 - Chapter 5 - Part 2 35:52 Read by KirksVoice


Audio Books, WOW!

(5 stars)

This is a first for me, I knew that things have grown, but not like what I am finding. Audio-books are have opened up parts of my life that I have not thought possible. I am going to be 61 this year and I feel like a kid that has walked into their first Toy Land Store. This is like an individual who was blind and have been given the gift of sight. Thank you, and Thank you to all the readers.

good reading of a rose a Christian book

(4 stars)

Thank you Kirk for reading another wonderful classic book about spirituality I really appreciate all the hard work you do volunteering and reading these great books


(5 stars)

well read, great book. Prescribed reading for all initiates of the Hermetic Order of Spagyric Alchemists

(3.5 stars)

Thank you Kirksvoice, great job on reading this book.

Definitely contains knowledge...but...

(1 stars)

While this book contains information... It is clear that a great ignorance existed in the writer that he knew not... The comment he made about Mongolians, and the so called Negro clearly tells me that this man was greatly ignorant to some degree... And the fact that he actually taught this to others is a great shame....

(1 stars)

Some truth, mostly rubbish. Couldn't finish it.

mixed bag

(2.5 stars)

Another classic reading from Space Ghost! Well read and concise as always by Kirk; the author, Max Heindel, on the other hand is lacking in wisdom on many fronts while claiming these as Rosicrucian gnosis. At times bigoted and others as contradictory and assumptive, this work is certainly a product of its time, a child of the spiritualist movement of the late 19th century.