Re: adepts in the Greco-Roman world
Jan 07, 2011 10:03 AM
No, I didn't forget about St. Germain, but he was a guest in the West
on a mission to do something and not a native western adept.
You might also remind me about Christian Rosenkreuz, the founding
father of Rosicrucianism who supposedly later appeared as the Count
of St. Germain, and I am willing to include him too provided there is
reasonable evidence supporting his historical existence.
Speaking of the Rosicrucian tradition, Rudolf Steiner seems to be the
only high initiate in that tradition who really existed.
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> > The Western European period probably was much poorer in comparison.
> You forgot count Saint Germain.
> Blavatsky also wrote about Cagliostro that he wasn't a charlatan.
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