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AMORC and Koreshanity (1932).pdf

AMORC and Koreshanity (1932).pdf

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AMORC’s Arcane Cosmology and its influences from the Cellular Cosmogony of Cyrus Reed Teed, Koresh. Article in Flaming Sword, December 1932, page 13.The entire course of Arcane Cosmology consisted of twenty-one lectures.
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AMORC’s Arcane Cosmology and its influences from the Cellular Cosmogony of Cyrus Reed Teed, Koresh. Article in Flaming Sword, December 1932, page 13.The entire course of Arcane Cosmology consisted of twenty-one lectures.
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A HE ELECTION in Florida was r a th e r unexciting. the pressing issues having been decided in the June prim aries. Principal interest cen­ tered around the national contest. General isfaction is felt with the result in this section, nvever, because of the dry sentim ent in Florida, the (nocratic victory in the state was not so great prortionalely as it was in non-democratic states. The ting in Lee County and Estero was light, due, no ibt, to the certainty of democratic success, also the II tax. which kept m any from voting. The newly eted Governor of Florida, David Sholtz, promised to olish the poll tax. After a visit of several weeks with friends in F o rt •ers and at the Unity, Mrs. Alex McKay returned her home a t Lakeland. B rother Allen Andrews, •ompanied by B rother Theodore Naeselius, drove to keland to take Mrs. McKay to her home. We were ased to have her with us for the celebration of the .ar Festival. Brother Charles Hunt continues to improve in dth and we expect him to be up and around soon to oy the out-of-doors. A number of us attended a talk by Opie Read, nous author and lecturer of Chicago and Howey-in-Hills, Florida. While his talk was in favor of the uiidaey of W. J. Howey for Governor, it was more aries of droll, highly amusing stories than a political a* A feature of his talk was the fine personal >ute which he paid to the unparalleled tropical beau:d this section of Florida,— in all his travels he had 'er seen anything to equal it. Naturally, we agree h him. It is not often that we are bothered by thieves, but ently several of them broke one of the plate glass idows ot the store building and stole a small quan°t goods and cash. B rother David Richards, whose nters are above the store, was awakened by the v >iers and by means of a ruse scared the burglars ly ’ escaped in a tru c k and because of the lates of the hour, p ursuit by the authorities was not silJe. I 1other Allen Andrews, accompanied by Sister ‘once Graham and Lynn Russell, drove to Miami oily wood to attend the Florida State Press Assoi,,h c°nvention at Hollywood, Florida. The party l,ned by way of West Palm Beach and Clewiston. Hends who recently visited us here were: Miss ‘l Pierce, Mrs. Jeannie Miller, Miss Clara Angell, ^UsbiHg; fam jiyj all of Fort Myei.s ; Mr. and Mrs. •j. ^ewis of Everglades; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kay arnPa; Mr. Harold Thomas of Sussex, E ngland; ^ ^ rs. E. L. Rasmussen and Miss M artha Sikes
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The light plant has been out of commission for several weeks pending the arrival of p a rts to replace those th a t were broken. The plant is in operation again. Mrs. A. L. Camphausen and Miss Elin Lindbergh have retu rn ed fro m a tr i p of several m onths in the N orth. Mrs. E dith M. Johnston of Minneapolis, M in­ nesota, returned with the Tea Garden ladies and will rem ain in Estero for an indefinite stay. Mrs. B. S. Boomer (Sister Berthaldine) cele­ brated her eighty-second birthday on November 12, the good wishes of h er fellow members and many friends being abundant and assured. Sister B erthal­ dine is one of the pioneers in the Koreshan Cause, and its followers can only feel greatly indebted to her for her service to the movement and wish her well. The Sunday evening services which were resumed with the celebration of the Solar Festival were sus­ pended during the period th a t the light plant was being overhauled. They will be resumed again now th a t the plant is in operation. Our readers will be interested to learn that the Rosicrucian Brotherhood (Amore) at San Jose, Cali­ fornia, is extensively advertising a course of lessons in “Arcane Cosmology” which tre a t on the inside theory of the universe. Some months ago, in answer to a request, permission was granted this organization to promulgate the cellular theory on condition th at prop­ er credit be given to K o r e s h for all Koreshan ideas and material used. In its statem ents and advertising m atte r the Rosicrucian Brotherhood mentions that its findings are based on the research work of K o r e s h and others. We are informed that the course contains much materia] developed independently of Koreshan sources, for which we cannot vouch. We feel, how­ ever, th a t any effort along the iines of challenging the Copernican system of astronom y is a step in the right direction and can do no harm. Koreshan Universology, in which is embraced the Cellular Cosmogony, is a complete whole. Reasoning from the fixed point of the e a r t h ’s concavity every tru th of universal being can he deduced, as K o r e s h has dem onstrated in his writings. The Cellular Cosmogony leads to definite conclusions about all departm ents of life; these definite tru th s are p a r t of the whole and m ust be considered as seriously as the contour of the e a r t h ’s surface. Concavity is a universal fact and is destined soon to be universally accepted. “ K oreshanity is the tru th of all things involved in one great system of scientific con­ ception and application to all the affairs of the human race,” stated K o r e s h . The Unity nursery recently sold three fine crotons to Mrs. A. W. Iglehardt of F o r t Myers. The Unity
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T 1 E ELECTION in Florida was rather unexcit­ ing’. the pressing issues having been decided in the June primaries. Principal interest cen­ tered around the national contest. General sal is Iaction is felt with the result in this section. However, because of (he dry sentiment in Florida, the democratic victory in the state was not so great pro­ portionately as it was in non-democratic states. The voting in Lee County and Estero was light, due, no doubt, to the certainly of democratic success, also the poll tax which kept many from voting. The newly elected Governor of Florida. David Sholtz. promised to abolish the poll tax. After a visit of several weeks with friends in Fort Myers and at the Unity, Mrs. Alex McKay returned to her home at Lakeland. Brother Allen Andrews, accompanied by Brother Theodore Naeselius, drove to Lakeland to take Mrs. McKay to her home. We were pleased to have her with us for the celebration of the Solar Festival. Brother Charles Hunt continues to improve in health and we expect him to be up and around soon to enjos the out-of-doors. A number of us attended a talk by Opie Head, famous author and lecturer of Chicago and Howey-inthe-Hilis, Florida. While his talk was in favor of the candidacy of W. J. Howey for Governor, it was more a series of droll highly amusing stories than a political plea. A feature of his talk was the fine personal tribute which he paid to the unparalleled tropical beau­ ty of this section of Florida,— in all his travels he had never seen a n y t h i n g to equal it. Naturally, we agree with him. It is not often that we are bothered by thieves, but recently several of them broke one of the plate glass windows of the store building and stole a small quan­ tity of goods and cash. Brother David Richards, whose quarters are above the store, was awakened by the prowlers and by means of a ruse scared the burglars away; they escaped 1 1 1 a truck and because of the late­ ness of the hour, pursuit by the authorities was not possible. Brother Allen Andrews, accompanied by Sister Florence Graham and Lynn Russell, drove to Miami and Hollywood to attend the Florida State Press Asso­ ciation convention at Hollywood, Florida. The party returned by way of West Palm Beach and Clewislon. Friends who recently visited us here were: Miss Lydia Pierce. Mrs. Jeannie Miller, Miss Clara Angeli, the Hi shiny family, all of Fort Myers; Mr. and Mr.-,. Frank Lewis of Everglades; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kay of Tampa: Mr. Harold Thomas of Sussex, England; Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Rasmussen and Miss Martha Sikes of Coral Gables: Henry and Floyd Moreland of Alva, and Harold Moreland of Fort Myers.

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The light plant has been out of commission for several weeks pending the arrival of parts to replace those that were broken. The plant is in operation again. Mrs. A. L. Camphausen and Miss Elin Lindbergh have returned from a trip of several months in the North. Mrs. Edith M. Johnston of Minneapolis, Min­ nesota, returned with the Tea Garden ladies and will remain in Estero for an indefinite stay. Mrs. P ». S. Boomer (Sister Berthaldine) cele­ brated her eighty-second birthday 011 November 1 2 , the good wishes of her fellow members and many friends being abundant and assured. Sister Berthal­ dine is one of the pioneers 1 1 1 the Koreshan Cause, and its followers can only feel greatly indebted to her for her service to the movement and wish her well. The Sunday evening services which were resumed with the celebration of the Solar Festival were sus­ pended during (lie period that the light plant was being overhauled. They will be resumed again now that the plant is in operation. Our readers will L ie interested to learn that the Rosicrucian Brotherhood (Amort) at San Jose. Cali­ fornia, is extensively advertising a course of lessons in "Arcane Cosmology" which treal on the inside theory of the universe. Some months ago, 1 1 1 answer to a request, permission was granted this organization to promulgate the cellular theory on condition that prop­ er credit be given to IvORESH for all Koreshan idea: and material used. In its statements and advertising matter the Rosicrucian Brotherhood mentions that its findings are based on the research work of KORESH and others. We are informed that the course contains much material developed independently of Koreshan sources, for which we cannot vouch. We feel, how­ ever, that any effort along the lines of challenging the Copernican system of astronomy is a step in the right direction and can do no harm. Koreshan Univorsology, in which is embraced the Cellular Cosmogony, is a complete whole. Reasoning from the fixed point of the earth’s concavity every truth of universal being can be deduced, as K o r E S H has demonstrated in his writings. The Cellular Cosmogony leads to definite conclusions about all departments of life: these definite truths are part of the whole and must lie considered as seriously as the contour of the earth’s surface. Concavity is a universal fact and is destined soon to be universally accepted. “Koreshanity is the truth of all things involved in one great system of scientific con­ ception and application to nil the affairs of fhe human race," stated KO RESH. The Unity nursery recently sold three fine erotonx to Mrs. A. W. lglehardl of Fort Myers. The Unity display of erotons is one of the largest and best on the West Coast.

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