The lost Brother and Other Tales – stories from the youth work of the School of the Golden Rosycross Lectorium Rosicrucianum


Twelve stories for children aged 5-9

Have you ever heard of the Land of Many Tracks where people live in railway carriages instead of houses and where they are always hooking up their carriages to this or that engine, for they have forgotten that they themselves have an engine? If only they could find it and follow the golden track!

And what is it like living in a zeppelin; one of those funny-shaped air-balloons that float high in the sky? Or have you ever wished you were a knight with a sword and shield, but no, there is no point in pursuing that dream, is there? Will prince Felix ever find his best friend and who will become King if he does? Where did the mysterious horse come from the desert children discover high up on the rock one morning? And what about the curious book in the castle library? And what exactly is a pebbleman?

The children in these tales become increasingly more aware of their small world and take responsible action! Join in their wonderful adventures as they give hope and warm the heart!

Stories from the youth work of the School of the Golden Rosycross Lectorium Rosicrucianum


These stories created and written by the Youth Work of the School of the Golden Rosycross are luminous symbols of the path human beings choose to walk to return to the original life field of humanity.

Some stories are based on age-old tales from different cultures and originate in various parts of the world, while others are created and written by young people in whom the spirit-spark-atom, the original divine light spark is active, or as the Rosicrucians express it: in whom the Rosebud has begun to flower. All are scintillating reminders of the life-experiences that ultimately culmi- nate in a deep inner knowledge that there is another life field and that the path thereto does exists, yes, that the start to it lies deep in every human being’s heart. 

Children are young human beings whose open hearts are still receptive and thus touched by these stories, a deep longing for that other, original life field may be born. For such, these tales are rays of hope and joy. 

In this volume we wish to share with all who are interested some of the treas- ure trove of these tales. 

‘Each human child comes with a goal Into its earthly presence.
But the child’s longing of the heart reveals this great goal’s essence.’ 

May the stories in this volume touch many hearts, young and old and remain a beacon always. 

Youth Work
Lectorium Rosicrucianum 




Chapter 1: The Lost Brother

Chapter 2. The Lighthouse 

Chapter 3: The Land of many Tracks 

Chapter 4: The Concert

Chapter 5: The Bakery

Chapter 6: Ships

Chapter 8: The Zeppelin

Chapter 9: Knighthood

Chapter 10: The Land of the Sun

Chapter 11: Freedom

Chapter 12 The Wind Catcher


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