Antonin Gadal
The Work of a Man Inspired by the Spirit
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 Who Is Antonin Gadal?  
 The Source  
 The Doctrine  
 Pyrenean Catharism  
 The Catharism and Its Origins  
 The Mystery of the Caves  
 The Grail in the Pyrenees  
 Grail, Cathars and Rosycross  
   The Connecting Link  
   The Golden Thread  
   Eternal Love Cannot Perish!  
   Threefold Alliance of the Light  
   A Magical Synthesis  
   The Ever-Renewed Quest  
   The Golden Rosycross  
   The Legendary Treasure  
   Material and Immaterial Treasure  
   A New Kingdom  
   Catharism: a High Spirituality  
   The Light Shines Again!  
   The Elder Brothers  
   The Galaad Monument  
   Conquering the Light  
   The Mysteries are Revealed  
   Ancient and Christian Mysteries  
   Gnosis and Initiation  
   Christian Rosycross  
   Final Redemption  
 Interesting Links  

Is it surprising that at a given moment, the paths of Gadal and the Golden Rosycross would meet? Their encounter is not fortuitous as it was written in the lines of force of the work of the ‘Threefold Alliance of the Light’.

Jan Leene and Henny Stok-Huizer had immediately recognised Antonin Gadal as the one they had been looking for for a long time, a man with ‘remembrance’, gifted with the maturity of a great soul while being conscious of his mission:

‘We missed the direct contact with a friend who would be also our elderly brother and who would talk to us from a richer experience, about the ancient, present and future Gnosis – which’, as Henny Stok-Huizer will say, ‘is in the end always identical.’

Gadal recognised in these two beings the spiritual co-heirs and carriers of the Gnostic work. He entrusted to them the Cathars’ spiritual heritage.

Jan Leene and Henny Stok-Huizer took the names of Jan van Rijckenborgh and Catharose de Petri.

The spiritual transmission of the ‘Cathar Treasure’ could now take place.
That meeting linked de facto a young gnostic brotherhood, the Golden Rosycross, to the preceding brotherhood of the Middle Ages, that of the Cathars, through its old ‘patriarch’, Antonin Gadal.

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