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Rosicrucian, The - Issue 72, May 2018

Rosicrucian, The - Issue 72, May 2018
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The Rosicrucian Issue 72, May 2018


1. Saint Columban —The Beginnings of Europe’s Development

2. Odilon Redon: Making the Invisible Visible  

3. Making Daydreams Work

4. The Wonders and Mysteries of the 16th and 17th Centuries in Europe
Part 1. The Birth of Elisabeth

5. Desiderata

6. Philo and Plotinus and the Universe of Numbers

7. Interview with Peter Kingsley Ph.D.

8. Philae

Situated in the centre of the UNESCO-declared World Heritage area, the Sung Sot or Surprise Grotto is on Bo Hon Island, and is one of the finest and widest grottoes of Ha Long Bay. Ascending to the grotto, the way is covered by trees and foliage, and consists of great paved stone blocks.

The path to Sung Sot is quite steep and is lined with shady trees. The cave has 2 chambers. The outer chamber is square and is often referred to as the waiting room. The cave’s ceiling is approximately 30 m high. The walls are almost perfectly smooth as if it was manmade. A narrow passage leads to the second rooms, where a flow of light meets visitors. The chamber is so immense it could contain thousands of people at one time. The walls generate a variety of colours that blend with the setting of the area.  
Photo taken and supplied by Grand Councilor, Richard Ng.

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