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Is the mystery school dead?

The mystery school is supposed to be a place of legend. A place where a student of the arts or a mystic may find kindred spirits. The mystery school is where one can grow in aptitude in spiritual matters. Where are these mystery schools though, and how can you find them.

The true mystery school is said to be in the astral realm. Only when the student is knowledgeable and ready will they be able to go the astral realm to learn. Is there such a place? We cannot say, nor do we know for sure. However there are several corporeal places that would call themselves divine mystery schools. To start with there are the Rosicrucians.

* The Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis
* Rosicrucian Fellowship
* Confraternity of the Rose Cross
* Lectorium Rosicrucianum
* Rose Cross Order
* Fraternitas Rosae Crucis
* Societas Rosicruciana In America
* Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua
* Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Cross
* Ordo Rosae Aureae
* Neue Rosenkreuzer

This is just a list of Rosicrucian orders with an online presence. Then there is the Theosophical Society , Builders of the Adytum , Ordo Templi Orientis , Freemasonry, and each of these have numerous off shoots. So who is a true teacher of mystic wisdom or is everyone stumbling in the dark? We can start to eliminate many of the orders if we take the old spiritual teachers axiom of, “A true spiritual institution or teacher will never charge for their work.” Many of these institutions ask for dues, donations, or will flat out charge you to help you. So will any psychic or tarot card reader. This alone should be enough to merit how many of them either believe their own lies or are con-artists.

Where is the true mystical school? Should we continue to follow the words that when the student is ready the teacher will come? I wish I had an answer for you, but I would say that of the thousands of mystery schools and spiritual teachers out there. Some of them must be legit.

We now ask our readers to post links to societies and spiritual teachers they know of; if we missed something we want to know.

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