How can one not be struck by the permanence of the experience revealed by the Martinist ritual? What is it that inhabits the Martinist temples that can be found neither in Freemasonry nor in the Order of the Elus Co ns?
Is it not the dimension of the Heart, specific to this path that Papus was the first to describe as the Way of the Heart?
R mi Boyer suggests looking into the symbols specific to Martinism that characterize this heart axis. According to him, they illustrate how the ritual conveys a powerful sense of the freedom of our original nature.
The Martinist orders constitute a living and influential movement carrying the principles and symbols of Illuminism. It is this expression of the complex and rich current called "Martinism" that the author invites you to traverse, in an extraordinary manner, in order to identify the way in which it can convey a path of awakening.
Foreword by Piers A. Vaughan