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The Rosicrucian Fellowship: to know your spiritual astrology

Discover the presence of the invisible world

Jean de Galzain
Jean de Galzain

The Rosicrucian Fellowship

  • Contact: 2222 Mission Ave., Oceanside 760-757-6600 www.rosicrucian.com
  • Membership: “Worldwide”
  • President: Jean de Galzain
  • Age: 73
  • Born: Perigueux, France
  • Formation: Lycee Bertran de Born, Perigueux
  • Years Ordained: 44

San Diego Reader: What is your favorite subject on which to lecture?

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President Jean de Galzain: Spiritual astrology. You read astrology in the newspaper, but that’s not really astrology. Astrology is a divine science that helps you know yourself and it also helps you understand your relationship with the rest of the world around you… We have within ourselves such a profound wisdom we never look at because we’re always looking outside instead of in. We’re surrounded by tons of invisible energies, and because we don’t see these energies, they’re useless. Astrology offers a method of categorizing those energies and puts them in an orderly fashion to put you in harmony with nature.

SDR: What is the mission of your organization?

PDG: To educate humanity and discover the presence of the invisible world in which we live. We teach others to live a certain life based on the teaching of Christ, which is love and forgiveness. We’re taught to be more ethical and more spiritual and to live a life guided by spiritual principles and forces of nature and cosmic laws. The purpose is to make you a better individual here and now and to give you access to another dimension which most people do not recognize because they don’t see it. …We offer correspondence courses which are offered on a free-will donation basis; we don’t charge fees. But we expect that people like what they’re being taught and will support the organization. Since 1909 we have survived solely on donations. We don’t have any source of income other than that

SDR: Where do you go when you die?

PDG: I believe in reincarnation, so I know that after I die, I recapitulate my entire life. If I die at 99 years old, I will spend on third of it, 33 years, to recapitulate all my actions, habits, emotions and thoughts that I have generated during this life and once I’ve done that, I end up in a third heaven with angels who are going to help me plan my next life so I can learn the lessons I missed and expand the skills I have already started to develop. The reason for being on earth is to do good, but also to enhance and improve yourself, to be a better being and to be of service to humanity. What happens is that if you make a mistake or hurt someone, you’re going to choose after you die to be in a situation where you’ll be the one who is hurt so you can feel the consequences… In this way, you can improve yourself. People who are in jail or are paying for their crimes are usually going through their first time in the cycle and don’t understand respect for life and law. So they get into a time reflection… That’s the point. God does not punish; God educates. He will show you what is wrong; you will do something wrong and learn from it. Once you clean out the dirt, you start to live a spiritual life and reach a state of consequences which leads to initiation. This is an internal spiritual development by which you live according to the laws of the universe… We become invisible and immortal beings where we don’t have to go through death anymore and we are serving humanity from a higher state in the next plane, the spiritual plane.

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Jean de Galzain

The Rosicrucian Fellowship

  • Contact: 2222 Mission Ave., Oceanside 760-757-6600 www.rosicrucian.com
  • Membership: “Worldwide”
  • President: Jean de Galzain
  • Age: 73
  • Born: Perigueux, France
  • Formation: Lycee Bertran de Born, Perigueux
  • Years Ordained: 44

San Diego Reader: What is your favorite subject on which to lecture?

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President Jean de Galzain: Spiritual astrology. You read astrology in the newspaper, but that’s not really astrology. Astrology is a divine science that helps you know yourself and it also helps you understand your relationship with the rest of the world around you… We have within ourselves such a profound wisdom we never look at because we’re always looking outside instead of in. We’re surrounded by tons of invisible energies, and because we don’t see these energies, they’re useless. Astrology offers a method of categorizing those energies and puts them in an orderly fashion to put you in harmony with nature.

SDR: What is the mission of your organization?

PDG: To educate humanity and discover the presence of the invisible world in which we live. We teach others to live a certain life based on the teaching of Christ, which is love and forgiveness. We’re taught to be more ethical and more spiritual and to live a life guided by spiritual principles and forces of nature and cosmic laws. The purpose is to make you a better individual here and now and to give you access to another dimension which most people do not recognize because they don’t see it. …We offer correspondence courses which are offered on a free-will donation basis; we don’t charge fees. But we expect that people like what they’re being taught and will support the organization. Since 1909 we have survived solely on donations. We don’t have any source of income other than that

SDR: Where do you go when you die?

PDG: I believe in reincarnation, so I know that after I die, I recapitulate my entire life. If I die at 99 years old, I will spend on third of it, 33 years, to recapitulate all my actions, habits, emotions and thoughts that I have generated during this life and once I’ve done that, I end up in a third heaven with angels who are going to help me plan my next life so I can learn the lessons I missed and expand the skills I have already started to develop. The reason for being on earth is to do good, but also to enhance and improve yourself, to be a better being and to be of service to humanity. What happens is that if you make a mistake or hurt someone, you’re going to choose after you die to be in a situation where you’ll be the one who is hurt so you can feel the consequences… In this way, you can improve yourself. People who are in jail or are paying for their crimes are usually going through their first time in the cycle and don’t understand respect for life and law. So they get into a time reflection… That’s the point. God does not punish; God educates. He will show you what is wrong; you will do something wrong and learn from it. Once you clean out the dirt, you start to live a spiritual life and reach a state of consequences which leads to initiation. This is an internal spiritual development by which you live according to the laws of the universe… We become invisible and immortal beings where we don’t have to go through death anymore and we are serving humanity from a higher state in the next plane, the spiritual plane.

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