Initiation is by nature indefinable, elusive as the Spirit. Always, it is an initiation to one’s own original nature or ultimate reality, to the Divine, to what remains. However, is it possible to approach by words, if not Initiation in itself, the initiatory, the human tension toward the “more than human,” that is to say the unconditioned?
What is it that inhabits the Martinist temples that can be found neither in Freemasonry nor in the Order of the Elus Coëns? Is it not the dimension of the Heart, specific to this path that Papus was the first to describe as the Way of the Heart?
Rémi Boyer with Lima de Freitas and Manuel Gandra
For the first time, elements of oral traditions are published that illustrate the permanence of the currents of a Mediterranean Rose-Croix, more Orphic than Promethean and more poetic than pragmatic.