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Welcome to Volume nine of the Rose+Croix Journal!

The Rose+Croix Journal is an international, transdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that focuses on topics that relate to the sciences, history, the arts, mysticism, and spirituality, especially transdisciplinary topics that traverse and lie beyond the limits of different fields of study.

This issue features the following papers:

  • “Medical Pluralism and the Quest for Therapy: The Dilemma of HIV and AIDS Patients in Zimbabwe’s Rural Gandanzara Area” by Godfrey Museka
  • “ A Review on Antigravity, Levitation, Resonance, and Devices Inspired by the Ouroboros Serpent” by Christopher G. Provatidis
  • “Deriving Maxwell's Equations From An Inspiring Walk In The Hills” by Robert Watson and Thomas L. Selby 
  • “Rebuilding the Bridge Between Science and Mysticism” by Paul J. Werbos 

These papers successfully explore our subject areas and transdisciplinary topics and expand our understanding of the natural laws around us. The abstracts for each of the papers are published in English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. 

The Journal encourages scholarly dialogue through its Currents section, and invites readers to submit thoughtful commentary on topics raised in the issue throughout the year, via the email address available in that section.

Also included on the Journal’s website are tools for dissertation searches, research links, archival documents of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, and information on how to submit a paper. The submission deadline for the Rose+Croix Journal is December 15 each year, however, authors are encouraged to submit their papers for the peer-review process as soon as they are ready. 

If you would like to join our team of volunteers working on the Rose+Croix Journal, please let us know. All are welcome!


Christian Bernard
Executive Editor


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