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Periodical: Rozekruis (Heindel)

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Rozekruis, Het.
Maandblad, Gewijd aan Esoterisch Christendom.
Een Helder Verstand. Een Liefdevol Hart. Een Gezond Lichaam ("A Clear Mind; A Loving Heart; A Healthy Body")
1927—1940 Monthly
Language: Dutch.
Succeeded by: Geluk—>Stralen van het Rozenkruis
1/1, December 1927-1940. Beginning with vol. 10, no. 10, 1937, the journal became a series of monographs under individual names.

This was devoted to the Christian occultism of "Max Heindel" (Carl Louis von Grasshoff, 1865-1919), a Danish-American astrologer, Theosophist, Rosicrucian and vegetarian, who started the Rosicrucian Fellowship in Oceanside, California, in 1909 to herald the coming Aquarian Age. The journal was the Dutch version of Heindel’s Echoes of Mt. Ecclesia (q.v.) and its successors. (144 issues).

Issues:Rozekruis V1 N1 Dec 1927
Rozekruis V1 N4 Apr 1928
Rozekruis V4 N2 Feb 1931.
Rozekruis V6 N9 Sep 1933
Rozekruis V9 N2 Feb 1936
Rozekruis V13 N5 1940

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