The Traditional Martinist Order is an Initiatic Order rooted within the Western Esoteric Tradition whose teachings come from the writings of Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin and his teachers Martinez de Pasqually and Jacob Boehme. Its beautiful teachings and rites instruct us in how to achieve the act of living harmoniously within the Way of the Heart.

The following topics are included in Martinist study: Alchemy, Angelogy, Cycles of Humanity, 
Dreams and Visions, Kabbalah, Mystical Symbols and Numerology.

While all Martinists are encouraged to particpate in the Initiatic Work that takes place within a Heptad or Atelier, the Traditional Martinist Order also offers a Home Oratory Program for those who may prefer this method of study.

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Pantacle Index of Articles

Of Errors and of Truth >>

by Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin

What Becomes of Our Dead >>

by Papus (Gérard Encausse, MD)

Treatise on the Reintegration of Beings
in Their First Spiritually Divine Property, Virtue, and Power >>

by Martinès de Pasqually

A special issue of the Rosicrucian Digest magazine featuring Martinism >>

L’Initiation magazine (in French), published under the direction of Papus - 1888 - 1912 >>


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“Thus, from the first divine contract, and the pure region where truth abides, a continuous chain of mercies and light extends to humanity, through every epoch, and will be prolonged to the end of time, until it returns to the abode from which it descends, taking with it all the peaceful souls it shall have collected in its course; that we may know that it was Love which opened, directed and closed the circle of all things.”

–Louis Claude de Saint Martin