Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Cross

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The Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Cross (Ordre kabbalistique de la Rose-Croix – O.K.R.C.) is the first occult society in France at the end of the 19th century.wikipedia
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Gérard Encausse

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The structure and teaching of the order in many respects had similarities and intersections with the Martinist Order of Papus (Ordre des Supérieurs Inconnus), and has an emphasis on Christian Kabbalah as its domain of study and direction of spiritual work.
In 1888, he co-founded his own group, the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix.

Stanislas de Guaita

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The order was founded by Stanislas de Guaita and Joséphin Péladan in 1888.
In 1888, De Guaita founded the Cabalistic Order of the Rosicrucian.

Joséphin Péladan

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The order was founded by Stanislas de Guaita and Joséphin Péladan in 1888. In 1890–1891, Joséphin Péladan—one of the founders—abandoned the OKRC and established his own Ordre de la Rose-Croix catholique du Temple et du Graal which included many of the prominent Symbolist artists of the period.
In 1888, De Guaita founded the Cabalistic Order of the Rosicrucian.

Martinism

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The structure and teaching of the order in many respects had similarities and intersections with the Martinist Order of Papus (Ordre des Supérieurs Inconnus), and has an emphasis on Christian Kabbalah as its domain of study and direction of spiritual work.
In parallel, Stanislas de Guaita, in association with Papus and Pierre-Augustin Chaboseau founded the Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose Croix in 1888.

Jean-Louis de Biasi

The French published author and spiritual teacher Jean-Louis de Biasi is the current head (as of 2019) of the Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose-Croix.

Christian Kabbalah

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The structure and teaching of the order in many respects had similarities and intersections with the Martinist Order of Papus (Ordre des Supérieurs Inconnus), and has an emphasis on Christian Kabbalah as its domain of study and direction of spiritual work.

Salon de la Rose + Croix

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In 1890–1891, Joséphin Péladan—one of the founders—abandoned the OKRC and established his own Ordre de la Rose-Croix catholique du Temple et du Graal which included many of the prominent Symbolist artists of the period.

Symbolism (arts)

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In 1890–1891, Joséphin Péladan—one of the founders—abandoned the OKRC and established his own Ordre de la Rose-Croix catholique du Temple et du Graal which included many of the prominent Symbolist artists of the period.

Spiritism

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The reason for the split is that Péladan ‘refused to associate himself with spiritism, Freemasonry or Buddhism’.

Freemasonry

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The reason for the split is that Péladan ‘refused to associate himself with spiritism, Freemasonry or Buddhism’.

Buddhism

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The reason for the split is that Péladan ‘refused to associate himself with spiritism, Freemasonry or Buddhism’.

Tarot card reading

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In France, secret societies such as the French Theosophical Society (1884) and the Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Cross (1888) served as the seeds for further developments in the occult tarot in France.