The Mystery School Series By: Jeff Williams

Published on Jun 6, 2012 by

"In Chronicles: Part One, Bob Dylan's recently published memoirs, he writes about what has to happen if an individual is to change the times in which he or she lives. To do this, 'you've got to have power and dominion over the spirits. I had done it once...' He writes that such individuals are able to '....see into the heart of things, the truth of things - not metaphorically either - but really see, like seing into metal and making it melt, see it for what it is with hard words and vicious insight.'"

Rosicrucianism - Masonerie

This video dives into the arts of Rosicrucianism, which has hosted some of the most intellectually proclaimed geniuses in our recorded history.

The two for-founders of Calculus were directly influenced by Rosicrucianism.

"Perhaps the movement which most influenced Isaac Newton was Rosicrucianism. Though the Rosicrucian movement had caused a great deal of excitement within Europe's scholarly community during the early seventeenth century, by the time Newton had reached maturity the movement had become less sensationalized. However, the Rosicrucian movement still would have a profound influence upon Newton, particularly in regard to his alchemical work and philosophical thought."

"1667, [Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz] became secretary to the Rosicrucian society in Nuremberg, receiving a modest salary." Other contemporaries Leibniz was in contact with, such as Boyneburg, discussed the Alchemical arts with each other.

"Throughout history a number of prominent persons in the fields of science and the arts have been associated with the Rosicrucian movement, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Cornelius Heinrich Agrippa, Paracelsus, François Rabelais, Theresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Francis Bacon, Robert Fludd, Jacob Boehme, René Descartes, Blaise Pascal, Baruch Spinoza, Isaac Newton, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Michael Faraday, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Marie Corelli, Claude Debussy, Erik Satie, and Edith Piaf."

The Mystery School Series By: Jeff Williams



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