Diagrams of most everything are pleasing to the eye. Especially if combined with fanatical religious treatises. The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception or Mystic Christianity An Elementary Treatise Upon Man’s Past Evolution, Present Constitution and Future Development By Max Heindel discovered by devout routine investigator, B.S. is a heavy text induced site peppered with precise black and white diagrams explaining its religious subjects. Here are some highlights.

The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception, cover.

The 1.3.7&10 aspects of God & Man.

Diagram 1. The Material World a Reverse Reflection of the Spiritual Worlds.

Diagram 18. The Constitution of the Earth.

Photograph of Max Heindel.

On Max Heindel,
In 1903, Max Heindel moved to Los Angeles, California, in order to look for a job. Meanwhile, due to his earlier years that had been full of sorrow and to sad events in his own life, an increasingly intense desire to understand the cause of the sorrows and sufferings of humanity began to grow within him, as well as a desire to help alleviate them. Giving a new course to his life, he became interested in the study of metaphysics and, after attending lectures by the theosophist C.W. Leadbeater, he joined the Theosophical Society of Los Angeles, of which he was vice-president in 1904 and 1905. He also became a vegetarian and began the study of astrology, which he found to his delight gave him the key by means of which he found he could unlock the mysteries of man’s inner nature. At this time, he met Augusta Foss who was also interested along similar lines of research and in astrology; she would become his future wife. However, overwork and privation brought on him a severe heart trouble in 1905 and for months he lay at the point of death but upon recovery he was even more keenly awake to the needs of humanity. It is said that much of the time during this illness he spent out of the body, consciously working and seeking for the truth as he might find it on the invisible planes.


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