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Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)
Etheric Vision and What It Reveals by A Student (of Max Heindel)

Etheric Vision and What It Reveals

Author: A Student (Rosicrucian Fellowship)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 110
Condition: NEW

$38.00 

This book is a compilation of the studies and researches conducted by students in the Esoteric Section of the Rosicrucian Fellowship and sent out as monthly lessons to its members. The foundation and core of this material consists of the spiritual research of the initiate-seer Max Heindel, who was a designated member of the Elder Brothers of the Rose Cross to the English-speaking world.

Partial Contents:

The Chemical Ether

The nature of etheric sight- chemical ether in the human body- atoms in the human body.

The Life Ether
Life Ether and genetics- the spiral of life- organic vs inorganic magnetism- Life Ether and Cosmic Fire- Star and Spiral.

The Light Ether
Light Ether and the Sun- The Occultist's view of Light Ether.

The Reflecting Ether
What the Reflecting Ether Reflects- records of previous incarnations- the Reflecting Ether and Archetypal Forces.

Max Heindel (1865-1919)

Max Heindel (1865-1919), was an American Christian occultist, astrologer, and mystic. Originally born in Denmark, he left home at 16 to learn engineering at the ship-yards of Glasgow, Scotland, eventually becoming a Chief Engineer of a trading steamer and travelled extensively between America and Europe.

In 1903 Max Heindel moved to Los Angeles seeking work, and after attending a lecture there by the well-known Theosophist Charles Webster Leadbeater, he joined the Theosophical Society of Los Angeles, where he served as vice-president in 1904 and 1905. Overwork and privation soon brought him severe heart trouble, but this period of illness allowed him to consciously travel outside of his body seeking truth as he might find it on the invisible planes. The next two years would be spent by Heindel giving lecture tours on occult knowledge throughout the north-western United States.
 
In 1907, his friend Dr. Alma von Brandis finally persuaded him to visit Germany to hear a cycle of lectures by the then President of the German Theosophical Society, Rudolf Steiner. Heindel admired him so much as an “esteemed teacher and valued friend”, that he dedicated his magnum opus to him.  However, Heindel was dismayed that Steiner could not help him advance along the path of spiritual development he was seeking. But fortune had it that he was visited by a spiritual being who identified himself as an Elder Brother of the Rosicrucian order. After passing a moral test of strength, he was granted access to the Etheric Temple of the Rose Cross in Europe, where he underwent guidance and was given direct instructions by the order.

Returning to America in 1908, he would start writing the Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception, which would be published in 1909 along with the founding of the Rosicrucian Fellowship in Oceanside, California. From 1909 until his death in 1919, Heindel would go on to write more books and developed correspondence courses that continue to reach students globally.