Humanism • Spirituality • Well-being
Diffusion Rosicrucienne has the primary objective of promoting the Rosicrucian philosophy adhered to by the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC (www.amorc.org). As a result, it aims to raise public awareness of the work carried out at the International Rose-Cross University (www.urci.org) predominantly by Rosicrucians specialising in particular fields.
However, the work of Diffusion Rosicrucienne does not stop there: it also publishes works related to Martinism. Drawing its inspiration from the life and work of Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin (1743-1803), The Traditional Martinist Order (T.M.O.), supported since the beginning of the 20th Century by the Rosicrucian Order AMORC, preserves Martinist teachings, themselves linked to Judeo-Christian esotericism.
In fact, Diffusion Rosicrucienne publishes works by authors who are not necessarily Rosicrucians, but whose spiritual, philosophical or humanist outlook is worthy of wider attention.
Broadly speaking, Diffusion Rosicrucienne publishes and recommends books devoted to humanism, spirituality and well-being, that relate directly or indirectly to Rosicrucianism. By the same token, the company also hopes to contribute to a generalised raising of awareness.
The works in this collection cover Rosicrucian tradition; they are designed for readers undertaking their own spiritual journey who have an interest in mysticism and philosophy. These books offer the possibility of discovering or gaining a deeper understanding of certain aspects of Rosicrucian philosophy.
The works featured in this collection comprise a general collection of knowledge and profound reflection on cultural subjects from a spiritualist angle. They have been produced by Rosicrucians specialising in particular fields of work: medicine, psychology, Egyptology, natural sciences, music, ecology, astronomy, philosophy and the esoteric traditions of the past.
This collection brings together the books written largely by A.M.O.R.C. speakers. Covering cultural, spiritual, traditional, artistic and scientific subjects, they are published in a small format, and, in under 100 pages, provide an enriching summary of the subjects dealt with.
A number of books published in this collection were written by Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin. Others relate to his spiritual legacy.
This collection groups together works which do not concern Rosicrucian or Martinist Traditions directly, but which we wished to publish due to their rich spiritual worth. Such is the case for the books of Karl von Eckartshausen, Schwaller de Lubicz, Evelyn Underhill, etc. Their writing is profoundly mystic and for that reason deserves public attention.
All of our books are printed on paper produced using environmentally-friendly sources.