Esoteric & Meditation Classes

Chronology

  • 27-30 A.D. Jesus of Nazareth’s public preaching.
  • 30 A.D. Crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth.
  • 30-60 Paul’s Activity.
  • 70-80 Writing of the Gospels of Luke, Matthew and Thomas.
  • 90-100 Writing of the Gospel according to Saint John.
  • 120-130 Writing of the main Gospels of Nag Hammadi.
  • 140 Valentinus moves to Rome. 150-215 Clement of Alexandria.
  • 161 Death of Valentinus.
  • Late II Cent. Carpocratian groups founded in Hispania.
  • 177 Increase of the persecution and martyrdom of Christians by the Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
  • 205-270 Plotinus, neo-Platonic philosopher.
  • II-IV Cent. Flourishing of the Christian Gnostic groups.
  • 249-259 Intense persecution and martyrdom of Christians.
  • 313 Conversion of Constantine after his victory at war.
  • 320 Donatist Schism.
  • 323 The Arian heresy.
  • 325 Council of Nicaea. Canon of texts and Creed.
  • 350 Gathering of the Nag Hammadi codexes.
  • 367 Order of destruction of the “apocryphal” texts not approved in Nicaea. The Nag Hammadi texts are hidden.
  • 380 Theodosius, Edict of Thessalonica. Opening the door for Christians to pursue Christians.
  • 385 Martyrdom of Priscilianus and his followers. First Christians killed by Christians. The Gnostic groups submerge into secrecy.
  • 455 The Valentinian Emperor grants the title of Primate of all bishops to the bishop of Rome, Leo I.
  • 543 Excommunication of Origen and his postulates.
  • 553 Council of Constantinople. Official rejection of the doctrine of rebirth.
  • 752 Emergence of the Pontiff Statuses.
  • 757-980 The degeneration of the papacy reaches unsuspected limits.
  • 872 Military victory over the Paulinian Gnostics of Armenia.
  • 950 Bogomil activity in Bulgaria and Bosnia.
  • Military crusade that puts an end to its postulates.
  • 1054 Schism of the West; separation of the Church of Rome and the Church of Byzantium.
  • 1118 Founding of the Order of the Temple.
  • 1130 Beginnings of the so-called “Century of the Gothic Cathedrals.”
  • 1163 First repressive measures by the Catholic bishops against the Cathars. First Cathar Council.
  • 1172 Papal legacy demolished in Saint Gilles. Innocencius III calls to arms against the Cathars.
  • 1217 End of the first crusade against the Cathars. 1230 Arnaldus de Villa Nova publishes the “Rosary.”
  • 1232 Gregory IX establishes the Inquisition. 1244 Final defeat of the Cathars in Montsegur. 1252 Innocencius IV authorizes the Inquisition to use torture.
  • 1280 The “Century of the Gothic Cathedrals” ends.
  • 1307 The Order of the Temple is dissolved. 1314 The last Grand Master of the Templars, Jacques de Molay, is burnt at the stake. Ramon Llull dies.
  • 1330-1418 Nicolas Flamel.
  • 1378 Christian Rosenkreutz, the mythical knight, is born.
  • XIV-XV Cent. The organization of Freemasonry begins starting from a society of builders.
  • 1480 The Inquisition is implanted in Spain.
  • 1486-1535 Cornelius Agrippa.
  • 1493-1541 Paracelsus.
  • 1510 Luther in Rome. Origin of the Protestant Schism.
  • 1545 Obligatory imposition of Celibacy in the Council of Trent.
  • 1600 Giordano Bruno is burnt at the stake in Rome.
  • 1614 The Rosicrucian “Fama Fraternitatis” is published.
  • 1616 “The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz” is published.
  • 1714 Emergence of the Golden Rosicrucian Order.
  • 1785 Discovery of The Pistis Sophia in Luxor.
  • XIX Cent. “Rosicrucian Esoteric Order” of Hartmann.
  • 1875 Founding of the Theosophical Society.
  • Late XIX Cent. Karl Kellner receives the keys once again in the East. Upon returning to Europe he establishes the O.T.O.
  • Early XX Cent. Krum-Heller establishes the F.R.A., merging the O.T.O. and the Order of Hartmann. The Anthroposophical Society of Steiner. Gurdjieff brings the teachings of the 4th Way to Europe.
  • 1912 The Masonic magazine “Oriflame” announces the Great Arcanum.
  • 1917 Samael Aun Weor is born in Colombia.
  • 1932-1945 Samael Aun Weor receives esoteric instruction at the Theosophical Society and in the F.R.A. of Krum-Heller among other schools.
  • 1945 “The Nag Hammadi Library” is discovered. 1949 Krum-Heller and Gurdjieff die.
  • 1950 Samael Aun Weor publishes “The Perfect Matrimony” giving origin to the Contemporary Gnostic Movement.
  • 1977 Publishing of the Nag Hammadi texts in English. Samael Aun Weor disincarnates.

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