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The golden thread of the free mind – booklet with contributions of the speakers at an international symposium

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FOREWORD

This volume contains the collected texts of the symposium The golden thread of the free mind, held in Tarascon-sur-Ariège on September 10, 11, 12, 2021.

The symposium is organized on the occasion of the publication of ‘Places where the Spirit breathes’. The Sabarthez as a mirror of humanity. Antoine Gadal 1877-1962, Life, work and transmission of the Cathar Gnosis, by publishing house Rozekruis Pers. As a tribute to Antoine Gadal, born at Tarascon, we hope with this publication to Continue reading

The Cathars on the path to the Holy Grail – Chapter 7 of ‘The Grail and the Rosycross’

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Great teachers of wisdom like Hermes, the Buddha, Zarathustra, or Jesus periodically constructed a spiritual bridge between the perfect and the imperfect world. In many legends, this in fact impossible, temporary link between eternity and time is referred to as the Grail, the chalice, or the divine mixing vessel: a protected field of life where seeking souls that have overcome all earthly resistance can find their way to eternity. In this book from the Crystal Series, the reader not only finds the legends of the West about Parcival and the Knights of the Grail of King Arthur’s Round Table, but also for instance the Persian legends of Kay Chosrou and the Chalice of Yamshid ‘that reflects the Universe,’ or the medieval Russian legend of Vsevolod, who became Grail King of the invisible city of Kitesj. Continue reading

Antonin Gadal: Patriarch who transferred the spiritual heritage of the Cathars to the School of the Golden Rosycross

At the start of the last century, a group of people in the south of France, in the valley of the Ariège, wanted to carry out a similar vision or ideal. One of them was Antonin Gadal, a teacher and speleologist from Ussat-les-Bains. This vision became reality when this historian came in contact with the school of the modern Rosycross, in the persons of Catharose de Petri and Jan van Rijckenborgh. 

Antonin Gadal knew the value of the spiritual history. He was looking forward to the moment when the Gnosis of the Cathars would once more find its way into the hearts of humanity. In the early1950s, he came into contact with Continue reading