Question about the Rosicrucian Order

Dear Benjamin,

Thank you for all your work.  I think the information you share is so valuable and I know it takes courage to do what you are doing.  Thank you for saving humanity.

I grew up in Japan and knew crazy stories from people that tried to run for office, and now I know they were all true.

I am writing you because I have a real dilemma.  For the last year I have been interested in the Rosicrucian teachings, but I am concerned about the agenda of the AMORC (The Ancient and Mystical Order Rosæ Crucis, also known as the Rosicrucian Order).  To me it sounds like they are genuinely trying to make the world better, but I have heard things about mind control as well.

Are the Rosicrucians the “good” branch of the Illuminati?  What is their real connection?

I am concerned to go any further with the teaching until I know this.  I would like to know your opinion and if I should keep practicing their teachings if I want world peace.  I am only interested in their teachings on a spiritual level and to learn some techniques to help others.

I did hear David Wilcock say that the Red Cross workers were protected by some sort of agreement.  Can you tell me more about this?

Thank you very much for your assistance.

Sincerely,
Maya


Maya,

It is always good to follow knowledge and learn more.  I believe the Rosicrucians mean well and are custodians of valuable traditional knowledge.  My advice is you follow your heart and learn from them if you feel so compelled.  However, if you ever encounter evil, I suggest you back away carefully.

As far as the Red Cross is concerned, it is known as one of the worst charities on earth, in the sense that only about 5% of the money donated to them actually goes to the people it was meant for.  Take a look at what they did with all the money they gathered for the victims of the Haiti earthquake as an example.

—BF

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