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Jan van Rijckenborgh (October 16, 1896 – July 17, 1968) was a Dutch-born mystic and founder of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum, a worldwide esoteric Rosicrucian movement. Jan van Rijckenborgh was born in Haarlem, Holland, under the name Jan Leene, adopting the name van Rijckenborgh later. With his brother, Zwier Willem Leene, he rejected the teachings of the orthodox Christianity and grew up with in favour of a more mystical approach. Under the influence of Dr. A. H. de Hartogh he read the theosophical works of German mystic Jakob Böhme and in 1924, with Zwier, joined Max Heindel's school of Esoteric Christianity the Rosicrucian Fellowship, eventually becoming the heads of the Dutch branch.

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  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Pseudonym für Jan Leene; * 16. Oktober 1896 in Haarlem (Niederlande); † 17. Juli 1968) gründete 1946 das Lectorium Rosicrucianum mit Hauptsitz in Haarlem, Niederlande. Mitunter bezeichnete er sich als „Abgesandter der großen Lichtbruderschaft“. (de)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (October 16, 1896 – July 17, 1968) was a Dutch-born mystic and founder of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum, a worldwide esoteric Rosicrucian movement. Jan van Rijckenborgh was born in Haarlem, Holland, under the name Jan Leene, adopting the name van Rijckenborgh later. With his brother, Zwier Willem Leene, he rejected the teachings of the orthodox Christianity and grew up with in favour of a more mystical approach. Under the influence of Dr. A. H. de Hartogh he read the theosophical works of German mystic Jakob Böhme and in 1924, with Zwier, joined Max Heindel's school of Esoteric Christianity the Rosicrucian Fellowship, eventually becoming the heads of the Dutch branch. Ultimately even Heindel's approach proved not enough for van Rijckenborgh and his brother, who left the Fellowship in 1935 to found their own Rosicrucian movement, the Lectorium Rosicrucianum. By this time they had made acquaintance with female Dutch mystic Catharose de Petri who became a co-founder of the Lectorium with the brothers. (en)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Haarlem, 16 de octubre de 1896 - 17 de julio de 1968) fue un místico y guía espiritual neerlandés, cofundador ―junto a Catharose de Petri (1902-1990)―, del Lectorium Rosicrucianum, la Escuela Internacional de la Rosacruz Áurea. (es)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Haarlem, 16 oktober 1896 – 17 juli 1968) was een Nederlandse gnosticus en oprichter van het Lectorium Rosicrucianum, een wereldwijde spirituele school van mensen die vanuit de inspiratie van het rozenkruis en de rozenkruisers in hun dagelijks leven een weg van geestelijke bewustwording en vernieuwing willen gaan. Zijn oeuvre wordt in meerdere talen uitgegeven door . (nl)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (ur. 16 października 1896 w Haarlem, Holandia - zm. 17 lipca 1968) – holenderski mistyk i gnostyk, założyciel Lectorium Rosicrucianum. (pl)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (pseudônimo de Jan Leene) foi um rosacruz gnóstico, conhecido por ser o fundador e líder espiritual (grão-mestre) da Escola Espiritual da Rosacruz Áurea ou Lectorium Rosicrucianum. Nasceu em 16 de outubro de 1896 em Haarlem, Holanda. Inicialmente ligado em 1924 à Fraternidade Rosacruz (Het Rozekruisers Genootschap), divisão holandesa da Rosicrucian Fellowship (movimento fundado por Max Heindel), seu trabalho se tornaria independente a partir do ano de 1935. Desde muito jovem pressentia que além dos ensinamentos exteriores das diversas igrejas, deveria existir um ensinamento interior. Durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, o trabalho foi proibido pelas forças de ocupação nazista. Com o final da guerra em 1945, o trabalho exterior foi retomado e passou a adotar o nome Lectorium Rosicrucianum, ou Escola Espiritual da Rosacruz Áurea, apresentando-se cada vez mais como uma escola gnóstica, "Gnosis" significando aqui o conhecimento direto de Deus, resultado de um caminho de desenvolvimento espiritual. Dos anos 1930 aos anos 1960, Rijckenborgh publicou extensos comentários do Corpus Hermeticum (atribuído a Hermes Trismegisto), do Evangelho Gnóstico da Pistis Sophia, dos Manifestos Rosacruzes (Fama Fraternitatis, Confessio Fraternitatis e Núpcias Alquímicas de Christian Rozenkreuz), do livro Cristianópolis (de Johann Valentin Andreae), do Tao Te King e vários outros, além de diversas outras obras. Zwier Willem Leene foi co-fundador do movimento, tendo se unido aos dois em 1930 a Sra. Catharose de Petri (pseudônimo de H. Stok-Huyser). J. van Rijckenborgh viria a falecer em 1968, quando as atividades do Lectorium Rosicrucianum já haviam se espalhado por vários países da Europa e da América. (pt)
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  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Pseudonym für Jan Leene; * 16. Oktober 1896 in Haarlem (Niederlande); † 17. Juli 1968) gründete 1946 das Lectorium Rosicrucianum mit Hauptsitz in Haarlem, Niederlande. Mitunter bezeichnete er sich als „Abgesandter der großen Lichtbruderschaft“. (de)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Haarlem, 16 de octubre de 1896 - 17 de julio de 1968) fue un místico y guía espiritual neerlandés, cofundador ―junto a Catharose de Petri (1902-1990)―, del Lectorium Rosicrucianum, la Escuela Internacional de la Rosacruz Áurea. (es)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (Haarlem, 16 oktober 1896 – 17 juli 1968) was een Nederlandse gnosticus en oprichter van het Lectorium Rosicrucianum, een wereldwijde spirituele school van mensen die vanuit de inspiratie van het rozenkruis en de rozenkruisers in hun dagelijks leven een weg van geestelijke bewustwording en vernieuwing willen gaan. Zijn oeuvre wordt in meerdere talen uitgegeven door . (nl)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (ur. 16 października 1896 w Haarlem, Holandia - zm. 17 lipca 1968) – holenderski mistyk i gnostyk, założyciel Lectorium Rosicrucianum. (pl)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (October 16, 1896 – July 17, 1968) was a Dutch-born mystic and founder of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum, a worldwide esoteric Rosicrucian movement. Jan van Rijckenborgh was born in Haarlem, Holland, under the name Jan Leene, adopting the name van Rijckenborgh later. With his brother, Zwier Willem Leene, he rejected the teachings of the orthodox Christianity and grew up with in favour of a more mystical approach. Under the influence of Dr. A. H. de Hartogh he read the theosophical works of German mystic Jakob Böhme and in 1924, with Zwier, joined Max Heindel's school of Esoteric Christianity the Rosicrucian Fellowship, eventually becoming the heads of the Dutch branch. (en)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (pseudônimo de Jan Leene) foi um rosacruz gnóstico, conhecido por ser o fundador e líder espiritual (grão-mestre) da Escola Espiritual da Rosacruz Áurea ou Lectorium Rosicrucianum. Nasceu em 16 de outubro de 1896 em Haarlem, Holanda. Inicialmente ligado em 1924 à Fraternidade Rosacruz (Het Rozekruisers Genootschap), divisão holandesa da Rosicrucian Fellowship (movimento fundado por Max Heindel), seu trabalho se tornaria independente a partir do ano de 1935. Desde muito jovem pressentia que além dos ensinamentos exteriores das diversas igrejas, deveria existir um ensinamento interior. (pt)
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  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (fr)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (nl)
  • Jan van Rijckenborgh (pl)
  • J. van Rijckenborgh (pt)
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