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A SKEPITCAL LOOK  AT  FAMOUS OCCULTISTS
By The Notorious Doctor Zoom Zoom
 
 

MAX HEINDEL

(1865-1919)


 Founder of the Rosicrucian Fellowship. Born Max Von Gross to a Dutch noble  family, he grew up in poverty, just the same.  While his family were blue bloods, they didn’t  have the green stuff. His mother scrimped  and managed to get he and his siblings a  good education. As an adult, Van Gross  immigrated to the United States and got a job  as an engineer. Von Gross became enamored  with the occult and racial hogwash of  Arinosophy on a trip to Germany and later  changed his name to Max Heindel.

  Swallowing the whole racist Aryan  nonsense  of Theosophy and Arinosophy, he wanted his  name  to sound more German. He claimed to  have been initiated into Rosicrucianism while  in Europe and started the Rosicrucian  Fellowship in Oceanside, California. The  Fellowship became a rival of sorts to the  more well known AMORC.  The Fellowship claims to give free lessons in Esoteric Bible Studies, Astrology, and Western Philosophy (which is actuality just a course in Theosophy). The catch to the “free” lessons is that you have to buy the textbooks for the courses...all of which are published and sold exclusively by the Rosicrucian Fellowship. Cha-ching!

     Although the Rosicrucian Fellowship claims to be a Christian outfit, the evidence speaks otherwise. The group used to feature the Tower of Babel Ziggurat on their literature...an object the Bible records as having been offensive to God. Like all occult societies, The Fellowship claims to be much older than it really is, and says it’s origins  go back to the Babylonian Mystery schools although it offers no actual proof (it can’t since it’s a lie), which would certainly be a strange claim for a Christian outfit! Heindel taught Lucifer was a “benefactor” to mankind, rather than a devil, who gave man knowledge. Heindel revealed in a 1933 edition of  Rays From The Cross magazine that the god Rosicrucians worship is “The Solar Logos”, or in other words, a sun god, which would certainly mean they are really Neopagans or Mesopagans rather than Christians.

     Rosicrucians claim to able to heal people with occult powers at a distance (called absent healing) and push a vegetarian diet. Lucifer apparently wasn’t much of a benefactor to VanGorss/Heindel, and he was said to have spent the last decade of his life in both poor health. So what happened to the absent healing thing?

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