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Born 1200 - 1299Edit

Dante AlighieriEdit

Born 1300 - 1399Edit

Christian RosenkreuzEdit

  • Born 1378.
  • The legendary, perhaps allegorical, founder of the Rosicrucian Order.
  • Considered the founder of Rosicrucianism.
  • Died 1484.

Born 1400 - 1499Edit

Leonardo da VinciEdit

Heinrich Cornelius AgrippaEdit

ParacelsusEdit

  • Born 1493.
  • Was a Renaissance physician, botanist, alchemist, astrologer, and general occultist.
  • is claimed by the Fraternitas Rosae Crucis to be the true identity of the mythical alchemist Christian Rosenkreutz.
  • Died 1541.
  • Looks like Andy Richter.

Born 1500 - 1599Edit

Heinrich KhunrathEdit

  • Born 1560.
  • Was a physician, hermetic philosopher, and alchemist.
  • His famous work on alchemy, Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeternae, influenced the first Rosicrucian manifesto, Fama Fraternitatis.
  • Died 1605.

Francis BaconEdit

  • Born 1561.
  • Was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist and author.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1626.

Jakob BohmeEdit

  • Born 1575.
  • Died 1624.

Johannes Valentinus AndreaeEdit

  • Born 1586.
  • Died 1654.

Rene DescartesEdit

Born 1600 - 1699Edit

Blaise PascalEdit

Christopher WrenEdit

  • Born 1632.
  • One of the best known and highest acclaimed English architects in history.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1723.

Isaac NewtonEdit

Johann Jacob ZimmermannEdit

  • Born 1644.
  • Believed the apocalypse would occur in 1694 on the "edge of the wilderness."
  • He developed a following of Rosicrucians in the city of Hamburg. While preparing to travel to the United States and prepare for the supposed 'apocalypse,' he passed away.
  • Died 1693.

Gottfried LeibnizEdit

John BargelEdit

  • Born 1660.
  • Was an English writer, Rosicrucian philosopher and controversialist.
  • Died 1680.

Frederick Augustus II the StrongEdit

  • Born 1670.
  • Was Elector of Saxony, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania.
  • Died 1733.

Johannes KelpiusEdit

  • Born 1673.
  • Was a German Pietist, mystic, musician, and writer.
  • He believed in the "Society of the Woman in the Wilderness" and that the end of the world would occur in 1694.
  • He crossed the Atlantic with his followers in 1694 and established a colony in what is now Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.
  • Died 1708.

Born 1700 - 1799Edit

Benjamin FranklinEdit

  • Born 1706.
  • A leading author and printer, satirist, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1790.

Thomas JeffersonEdit

  • Born 1743.
  • The third President of the United States, and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1826.

Napoleon BonaparteEdit

  • Born 1769.
  • A military and political leader of France and Emperor of the French.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1821.

Michael FaradayEdit

  • Born 1791.
  • An English chemist and physicist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1867.

Born 1800 - 1899Edit

Victor HugoEdit

  • Born 1802.
  • Died 1885.

Edward Bulwer-LyttonEdit

  • Born 1803.
  • Was an English politician, poet, playwright, and prolific novelist.
  • Was a Rosicrucian Baron who authored the 1842 Rosicrucian novel, Zanoni.
  • Died 1873.

Paschal Beverly RandolphEdit

  • Born 1825.
  • Was an American medical doctor, occultist and writer.
  • He was not a member of the Ancient & Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC).
  • He founded the Fraternitas Rosae Crucis in 1858.
  • Was the first person to introduce the principles of sex magic to North America, established the earliest known Rosicrucian-type group in the United States.
  • Died 1875.

Kenneth MackenzieEdit

  • Born 1833.
  • He was an English linguist, orientalist and autodidact.
  • He is credited with the structural design of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia.
  • Died 1886.

Robert Wentworth LittleEdit

  • Born 1840.
  • He was a clerk and cashier of the secretary’s office at the United Grand Lodge of England.
  • He is credited with the structural design of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia.
  • Died 1878.

Bram StokerEdit

William Wynn WestcottEdit

Ella Wheeler WilcoxEdit

Claude DebussyEdit

  • Born 1862.
  • A French composer and one of the most prominent figures working within the field of impressionist music.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1918.

Max HeindelEdit

  • Born 1865.
  • He was a Christian occultist, astrologer, and mystic.
  • He was not a member of the Ancient & Mystical Order Rosae Crucis.
  • He founded the Rosicrucian Fellowship in 1909.
  • Died 1919.

Rudyard KiplingEdit

  • Born 1865.
  • Died 1936.

William Butler YeatsEdit

Erik SatieEdit

Aleister CrowleyEdit

Sara AllgoodEdit

Harvey Spencer LewisEdit

  • Born 1883.
  • A noted Rosicrucian author, occultist, and mystic, and the first Imperator of Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis.
  • Died 1939.

Born 1900 - 1999Edit

Walt DisneyEdit

  • Born 1901.
  • Died 1966.

Ralph Maxwell LewisEdit

Israel RegardieEdit

Edith PiafEdit

  • Born 1915.
  • A French singer and cultural icon who became universally regarded as France's greatest popular singer.
  • Associated with the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis or Rosicrucian Tradition and work.
  • Died 1963.

Samuel Aun WeorEdit

Zhuge ZhanEdit

  • Born 1920.

Christian BernardEdit

Gary L. StewartEdit