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Jan van Rijckenborgh Center
Currently, the Lectorium Rosicrucianum has pupils and members in more than fifty-three countries, including many countries in Europe, South America, North America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. The head office of the international organization is located in Haarlem
The fkag of Noverosa
Each person is born into this world with a certain inner purpose. The goal of the Youth Work, which is affiliated with the Lectorium Rosicrucianum (LRC), is to keep the hearts of children open to their purpose, so that they will one day recognize it.
Where do the Rosicrucians come from, and who is Christian Rosycross? The Rosycrucian teachings of universal wisdom date back to ancient sources. At the beginning of the 17th Century the term “Rosycross” was published in Europe in the classical Rosicrucian
Jan van Rijckenborgh, Catharose de Petri
The beginnings of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum (LRC) date back to 1924 with the work of the spiritual leaders, Jan van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri, in the Netherlands. Today, the LRC is active in thirty-six countries.
Pupils and Members
What does it mean to be a pupil or a member of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum? The starting point for this is the inner experience and realization that, apart from our ordinary life in the well-known physical world, there is a spiritual destiny of man.