Tuesday, April 3, 2018

‘The Orphic Tradition and the Rosicrucian Manifestos’

The Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library’s April installment of its lecture series will bring Angel Millar back to the lectern with Antonios Chrysovergis for a discussion of “The Orphic Tradition and the Rosicrucian Manifestos.”

This will be Thursday the 26th at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free. Photo ID is required to enter Masonic Hall. RSVP here. From the publicity:

An examination of the relationship between the Orphic and Rosicrucian traditions, and a philosophical interpretation of the Rosicrucian manifestos from the Orphic perspective.

Bro. Antonios Chrysovergis:

Antonios Chrysovergis

  • Master of Music, Music Education, Boston University, Boston, MA
  • Bachelor of Music, Music Performance, Berklee College of Music, Boston
  • National Diploma, Performing Arts, Chichester College, West Sussex, UK
  • Studies in Greek Philosophy at National Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • Studies in Kabbalah at Ben Gurion University
  • Member of Service City Geba Lodge No. 1009
  • Constitution Chapter No. 140, RAM
  • Rockville Centre, AASR


  • The Spiritual Meaning of Music, From Ancient Greece to Today (2016, Dec. 4, Phalanx; Reprinted in Italy by generazionebio.com, 2017, Jan. 18).
  • The Sufi Mysticism of Music, Sound, and Vibration (2017, Feb. 25, Phalanx; Reprinted by BeHereNowNetwork.com, 2017, March 6).
  • Myth, Catharsis, and The Riddle of The Sphinx (2017, July 6, Phalanx)
  • In Search of Light: A Journey Through the Mysteries of the Great Gods (2017, Oct. 22, Phalanx)
  • Philosophy as the Art of Self-Initiation (2017, Nov. 11, Phalanx; Reprinted in Greece by JuniorsClub.gr, 2017, Nov. 17)

Bro. Angel Millar


Angel Millar

  • Freemasonry: A History (Thunder Bay Press, 2005)
  • Freemasonry: Foundation of the Western Esoteric Tradition (Salamander and Sons, 2014)
  • The Crescent and the Compass (Numen Books, 2015; revised and expanded edition Torazzi Press 2017)
  • His writing has also been published in New Dawn magazine, Quest magazine, and The Philalethes, among others.


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