The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz. Originally published in German in This edition derives from an English trans- lation published in The drawings on this page appeared as illustrations in The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz, published by Lectorium Rosicrucianum, a Rosicrucian. The Chymical Wedding is an allegoric story divided into Seven Days, or Seven Journeys, and which tells us how Christian Rosenkreuz was invited to go to a.

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Smiling at my curiosity, she replied in another riddle: But now a black raven darted down at the dove, who took refuge in flight, the raven hastening after her and I after him. All other books and lectures quoted are by Rudolf Steiner unless otherwise stated. They look down on CRC in his simple clothing. But how the Emperor whom I had released behaved towards me I cannot relate for fear of slander. The Three Royal Couples: The Ancient Matron, seeing this, said to me: The obscure words concerning the three Temples also afflicted me.

Who was, who is, Christian Rosenkreutz? When we opened our two little moulds, we found two bright and almost transparent little images, angelically fair babes, a male and a female, each being but four inches long.

He was the author of numerous works, particularly distinguished for their pedagogical style. It would have been fitting chymica one of us to have spoken somewhat on such an occasion; but, seeing we were all troubled with a falling of the uvula, old Atlas, the Court Astrologer, stepped forward and welcomed us on the King’s behalf.


She also has a sun jewel at the heart level. Suddenly we heard strains of such delicate music that the babel was hushed and no one spoke one word for the space of half an hour.

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Retrieved from ” https: The way itself was so rugged that I was often in doubt about cbristian but the dove had flown due south, so with the help of my compass I kept strictly to that direction. If you are looking to connect with one, explore the Lectorium Rosicrucianum.

In the first temple he receives a seal that says: Our Virgin presented us to the King as wedding guests who had ventured hither at peril of body and life. But next to me was sitting a very fine, quiet man, who discoursed of excellent matters.

When I had chased the raven away, I bethought me of my bag and bread, left behind beneath the cedar.

The Six Lanterns at the second temple: As they grew warm with wine, these guests of the lewder sort began to vaunt of their abilities; one heard the movements of the Heavens, the second could see Plato’s Ideas, the third could number the atoms chtistian Democritus. Let him who will, wash. This was the wound I received on my head in a dream.

The first is short but dangerous, and one which will lead you into rocky places, through which it will scarcely be possible to pass. The invitation to the royal wedding includes the Monas Hieroglyphica associated with John Dee. In the final chapter—the seventh day—CRC is knighted; the year is The old man commanded us to lay them on a long table covered with white velevet and to cover them with white taffeta, which, because of their unspeakable beauty, it went hard with us to do.


They do not claim a link to the Fraternity of the Rose Cross, nor do they have a vhymical master dictating them doctrines.

The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz

Now whom did he love the better, my sister or myself? Chymische Hochzeit Christiani Rosencreutz anno is a German book edited in [1] in Strasbourg. Foremost, A, the Pyramid, carrying the Moor’s head, with twelve musicians making excellent music.

He had gathered from these centres the essence of their teaching and now grasped intellectually the radiant wisdom that had suffused his feeling-life in the previous century. In the middle of the vault was a rich tomb, like an altar, triangular in shape, supported by an ox, and eagle and a lion, and made entirely of gold and precious stones.

Behind the bed was tablet, on which was inscribed: So he and I lay side by side in the dark, and passed the time till daybreak in harmonious discourse.

Note the Ouroboros serpent on the floor.