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Published with the kind permission of the author Milko Bogaard, who prepared this excellent study with the collaboration of Marcel Roggeremans. Originally published under the Dutch website Geschiedenis van de occulte en mystieke broederschappen. Therefore I’ll start with a brief profile on these 18 th century ‘ Illuminaries’. De Pasqually’s doctrine is expounded in his only work, “the Reintegration of Beings”. The book is a ‘pseudo-commentary’ on the ‘ Pentateuch’.
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De Pasqually’s order was divided into three classes, with a total of ” 9, 10, or 11 Degrees” dependant on which set of documents one studiesfollowed by a ‘secret grade’. After De Pasqually’s death in the ‘ Elus Cohen’-temples soon became dormant. De Pasqually’s teachings and doctrine continued within the bosom of a small number of Kabbalistic ‘Areopagoi’composed of 9 Elus Cohens ‘Elect Priests’. One of the last known direct representatives of the original Elus Cohen was a msr.
Destignywho died in The successors of the E. He was the direct successor of Antoine Pont.
Memories of Heliopolis Cairo Baron Amban of Belgium Founder of Heliopolis 1906.
Edouard Blitz in his manual ” Ritual and Monitor of the O. After De Pasqually’s death Saint-Martin tries to convert the Elus Cohen to his personal blend of Christian mysticism through the years, Saint-Martin gradually felt uneasy about the theurgical operations of the rite. He failt to convert the rite, and decides to leave the order. The followers of Saint-Martin in various european countries, including Russia met in small circles, which were based on ‘personal initiation’ the initiator employs the biblical “laying on of hands” upon the initiate.
Saint-Martin had used the ancient order, thus Sar I. The ceremony of the ‘ personal initiation’ also included a ritual which was derived from the Elus Cohen.
Saint-Martin’s initiation conferred the quality of ” Unknown Superior”S. Louis Claude de Saint-Martin died in” leaving many disciples in several European countries. After his death, his disciples carried on with the Transmission of the Initiation and with the diffusion heliopilis the doctrine of the “Unknown Philosopher”, the pseudonym under which Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin published his books.
They are particularly active in France, in Germany, in Denmark, and jewus Russia. InInitiations from person-to-person are known to have taken place. From that year to the ‘s, groups of Initiators carry the Transmission everywhere and particularly in Italy and Germany”.
Willermoz had become a mason in Inicicion contacted the Stricte Observance in In Willermoz implemented the teachings of the ‘Elus Cohen’ within the rite of the ‘Stricte Observance’. The rites of the C. After the Rite returned to France and was reactivated. In the Martinist rituals we can find traces of the Templar tradition of the rite.
Often, the influence of Willermoz on Martinism is described as ‘ Willermozism ‘. The teachings of this society were conveyed from teacher heliopolls disciple and their principle unifying form was the distinction of receiving “The Initiation” which gave them the right to be known as “Unknown Superiors” or “Superieurs Inconnus” tmplo S.
Waite explains there’s been a Saint-Martin circa Iniciaion. The rite arose at the time at the “Lodge -or- Chapter of St. But, as Waite explains, the rite was based on the christian legend of Saint-Martin, who was Bishop of Tours in the 4th century A.
The manual was called ‘ Ritual and Monitor of the Een According to Blitz, the rite was established by Saint-Martin himself in In Martin’s Rite was introduced in Germany, according to Blitz. The 10 degrees were transformed into 7 Degrees and the rite was known iniciafion Germany as ” Reformed Ecossism”. As stated before, it has probably never been the intention of Louis Claude de Saint-Martin to found an actual order, but the continuation of the S.
Leymarie was a disciple of Allen Kardec Leon Revail. Kardec had published in “Le Livre des Esprits”, after which Kardec became a household name in the world of Spiritism Kardec is important mostly for his codification of the doctrine of spiritual progress through reincarnation, a doctrine which influenced Blavatsky in her Theosophical writings.
Both students of medical science, Papus and Chaboseau discovered that they both had received the S. In Papus ejsus Chaboseau exchanged Initiations to consolidate their lines of succession. Pierre-Augustin Chaboseau was initiated inat the age of twenty, by his aunt Amelie de Boise-Montmart.
According to Chaboseau the ‘Initiation’ consisted of an ” oral transmission of a particular teaching and a certain comprehension of the laws of the Universe and of Spiritual life, which, in no case could be regarded as an Initiation in a ritualistic form” The quote was found in Chaboseau’s ‘archive’ by his son Jean Chaboseau. Chaptal died inDelaage was born init seems unlikely that Chaptal had initiated Delaage at the age of seven!
It is iniciaciln particular based on the writings of this French mystic. Martinism has also a strong bond with the Elus Cohen of Martinez De Pasquallyas a matter of fact the followers of Martinez de Pasqually are also known as ‘Martinists’. Disciples of De Pasqually follow the technique of theurgic operations, those of Saint-Martin follow the method of inner guidance and illumination, which is known as the ” Inner way ” or.
Both share the belief of the Divine Glory of Man’s Origin – and both have the same aim: In jewus Martinism is a system of philosophic tought, mainly based on the doctrines of Martinez De Pasqually’s.
On the purpose and aim of the Martinist Order Papus wrote. To avoid any misunderstanding ‘we’ usually refer to the followers of De Pasqually as ” Martinezists”.
Papus and Chaboseau decided to create an organization that would serve as a centre of study heilopolis “Martinism’ and as a means to propagate the Martinist teachings. At the same time the Order propagated the study of symbolism, cults and mystical traditions through an academy of Science, Art and Social Studies. There was an emphasis on the study of Spiritism, Magnetism, Magic and Astrology in theory and practise by means of “Scientific experiments”.
Papus also wanted to strive towards the ‘unification of all occult orders’; He shared this vision with men like John Yarker and Theodor Reuss. These men were in communication with each other at the time, and there was a ‘constant’ interchange of documents, charters, and information between them. According to Papus, the first personal Initiations 1 into the redefined “Martinist Order” date back to The first Lodges were founded between and As mentioned before, in Papus and Chaboseau discovered that they were both initiated into the S:: In een order was placed under a Supreme Counsil of 12 members with Papus appointed as President for life and as Grand Master.
Gerard Encausse PapusAugustin.
La Egersis de Melqart. Hipotesis sobre una teologia solar cananea.
Ordre Martiniste des Pays-Bas. The Martinist Order would soon establish branches all over Europe and America, and was to become a primary focus for Papus …. Degree was empowered to form a group, which was pledged solely to conseal the name of the person from who he had received the Order on his own part.
The early rituals describe the method as follows: One cell eo shuts up another, except for a very short period. The mother-cell divides or rather gives birth to cellules, which themselves become ‘mothers’ in a very short space of time”. Waite in “a new Encyclopeadia of Freemasonry”. His family moved to Paris when Papus was four. Papus also studied material which came from Charles Nodier, writer, occultist and chief librarian of the famous Arsenal Library in In the library was incorporated with the National Library.
Papus became aquainted with a circle of Gnostics, Rosicrucians, and ‘older’ Martinists, all students of the late Eliphas Levi. But the ‘Invisible One’ was there, and its Light illuminated the responsibility entrusted to me, to plant this spiritual Seed in soil where it can and will develop” “freely” transl. After his study Papus starts to work as a physician and jess head of the laboratory of the “Hopital de la Charite de Paris”. He had received his ” Doctor of Medicine degree ” on July 7,upon submital of a dissertation on Philosophical Anatomy.
At the same time iniciavion started a career as a prolific author. Papus published titles during his life books, articles etc. During his life, Papus was also involved in the publication of several journals, reviews etc. Several of the Martinist Order’s jurisdictions outside of France published their own Journals. His meeting with M Philippe from Lyon upsets his vision of the world.
Papus deals in this publication with the importance of simplicity and the purification of body, soul and mind in one’s spiritual quest. Another text of Papus which reflects the philosophy of the ‘ Inner Way’ is appropriately called ‘the Way of the Heart’. There are humble people without academic qualifications and medical experience to whom lniciacion is so accessible that the sick are healed at their request and the wicked feel their hearts melting in loving kindness at their contact”.
Antiguo Oriente, n° 4 (número completo)
Philippe Nizierwho used magnetism as a healing-technique, attracted many followers at the time see Chapter ” France”. Among them were occultists like Papus, Marc Haven Dr.
LalandeSedir, Phaneg etc. There are Martinists who claim that ‘Papus’ was chosen to create the O Papus wrote a text called ” the Incarnation of the Elect ” which is often referred to as ‘prove’. Here’s the passage which refers to the ‘group of Compagnions’.
Papus wrote many articles on the ‘ healing-techniques’ of Maitre Philippe. The following phrase is an excerpt from an article by Papus and published in “L’Initiation”of certain experiments on healing-methods of M.
At the time of one of my last voyages, the Master instructed me the following practise; I had to “touch” the face of a young girl who had a sister who was ill.
The sick child was 2 kilometers away from her sister and me. By means of “touch” and “concentration” the child was cured. This treatment is generally known by many hypnotizers Papus was known to the poor of the district around the la rue de Savoie in Paris as the ‘ bon docteur’, as Papus treated his patients, that is to say the poor and heliopolos, for free.