AMORC Unmasked

Analyzing the Master Monographs-Section ILLUMINATI-Degree 11, Monograph 2 – Part 1 By AMORC Whistleblower Pierre S. Freeman

Analyzing the Master Monographs-Section ILLUMINATI-Degree 11, Monograph 2 – Part 1 By AMORC Whistleblower Pierre S. Freeman

“Renunciation and pursuit of action are both means of bliss. But of these twain, better is its pursuit than its renunciation.” – Bhagavad-Gita

We begin this analysis by taking a look at a rather interesting passage taken from holy Hindu scripture, a quote that on its surface seems to fly in the face of many of the Rosicrucian principles that we’d been taught to value before this point. While contradictions and purposefully vague messages are nothing new when it comes to  AMORC (ROSICRUCIAN ORDER AMORC) literature, this new call to strike out and join the world again, seems to stand in stark contrast to previous monographs, which espoused the spiritual benefits of isolation and quiet reflection.

According to Hindu scholars, this apparent contradiction — explained in the Gita — can be explained as follows:
The sort of action that is prescribed by these texts is action which is taken without consideration of the self. In other words, in order to attain the highest level of religious purity, one must devote themselves to social efforts in service of a cause higher than selfish interest.

To demonstrate this principal, scholars offer up a parable involving the deity Krishna and the warrior prince Arjuna. In an effort to battle corruption and unrighteousness in society, Arjuna began a holy war that eventually pitted him against a massive force led by a rival royal family. Upon considering the potential for devastation and loss of human life, Arjuna decided to turn away from the battle at the last moment.

It was at this moment that the Lord Krishna appeared before him, to admonish the Prince for placing his own ego above the needs of his people, and religion. Arjuna was told to put aside his own selfish desires, to fight and win the battle in service of what was right, regardless of his own feelings on the matter. This is exactly what the prince went on to do, and now this epic tale is told in the story known as the Mahabharata.

“It is not necessary to accept things on faith without experiencing them, but it certainly requires devotion, trust , and confidence in the organization to study carefully new lessons, keeping the knowledge secret, and to cooperate in every way with the spirit of this Eleventh Degree.”


So, the context of the previous passage becomes clear in terms of the purpose of this monograph. While you will need to read the full text at to gain a complete understanding, further clarifications make clear the fact that from this point forward recruits have moved past the point of passive learning. Now, they must start to take real action, in service of the Rosicrucian Order, cooperating in every way they are asked. Of course, this is the ultimate purpose of any cult; to create a completely subservient subject that is willing to do whatever is asked of him or her without question.

According to Dr. Alexandra Stein a leading expert in cult behaviors, and a long-time victim of cult brainwashing herself; this is the final stage of any indoctrination process, the creation of “deployable followers”, willing to act on the demands of their superiors regardless of their own survival interests. Whether you are training recruits to go out and proselytize in the name of your Order, or you’re manipulating followers into becoming suicide bombers with the promise of spiritual reward before them. The process is the same.

“You are reaching a point where your intellectual mastership of the teachings and your development become equal to that of the teacher.”


In the next part of this analysis, which you can read along with the full text of this monograph on, we’ll examine what exactly the demands of this “intellectual mastership” are.

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