What does the Mystic World Fellowship think of other mystical Orders,
Fellowships and Brotherhoods?
If they teach love, truth, and spiritual awareness, they
are a boon to mankind. They will help you a great deal. But if they mainly teach how to use spiritual
truths to advance yourself and gain power over others, they are not really mystical, and
likely will get you into trouble.
Mystic World Fellowship has profound appreciation and respect for
the work of such organizations as The Rosicrucian Order® (AMORC®),
The Rosicrucian Fellowship®, Astara®, Self-Realization
Fellowship®, and other mystical organizations which are serving humanity.
The Mystic World Fellowship does not teach one specific form or tradition of mysticism but
rather shares what it considers to be the main mystery teachings of both East and West.
Mysteries.Net comprise the principle mysteries which mystics around the world wish to make
known to humanity. They are not the secret techniques which mystic organizations give only
to their members.
The Mysteries of Mystic World Fellowship are written by Graham
Ledgerwood, a longtime student and teacher of mysticism. He has received numerous honors,
recognitions, and titles and has been encouraged particularly by Eastern masters
to make these teachings more available to the world.
Since in many ways the major mystical traditions are different in approach but quite
similar in essence and purpose, the Mystic World Fellowship has undertaken to share the
mysteries in this unique manner.
We hope that the work of the Mystic World Fellowship will be a boon to mankind, and we
encourage people everywhere to appreciate and support all truly mystical organizations.