AMORC divides the World into two
I got this from the blog of Pierre Freeman
I removed the URL on the post
THE WORLD DIVIDED INTO TWO
AMORC divides the world into two parts- those that are members or thinking of becoming members of AMORC and those who are non-members and intending to remain that way. Let us imagine that AMORC is a large circle. For those who are members of AMORC, there are many concentric circles indicating the level of spirituality of the person. The outermost circle contains those that wish to become or thinking of becoming a member. The innermost circle is inhabited by those who have been member for long time or the higher officers of the organization. This innermost circle contains people with the title of FRC or Frater Rose-Croix (Brother of the Rosy Cross).
The rest of the people in the world are outside of the circle. They are second-class citizens (or I should say second class spiritual beings?). The members of AMORC are in charge of the world and given credit for any good thing that ever happens to humanity. I have heard many lectures where the story is given about a member of AMORC visualizing the most complex political event that the next day- “Voila!” Problem solved!
This is the elitist view of the world that is characteristic of most religious cults. Of course, given the value that AMORC places on “humility,” you will rarely see a member use the term, “second class citizen” to refer to the rest of the world. Except, of course, when this becomes necessary to promote AMORC to others.
This view of the world is the central point of the Rosicrucian teaching. It is no surprise that people who are altruistic in nature are inclined to be attracted and entrapped into AMORC. AMORC appeals to their sense of duty to humanity but also to their spiritual ego. This means that many who follow the spiritual path secretly believe in their own spiritual superiority. AMORC’s teachings that encourage them to meditate and pray with a sense of duty to save the world and protect the rest of humanity. In my opinion, prayer may be a good thing- but it all depends on the context. If the prayer is launched with an egoistic identification with a flawed and deceptive organization, it may be a somewhat of a waste of prayer.