by David R. Clark, M.A., Junior S. Magus in Scotland
A scholarly brochure, valuable to students of the Symbolism of the Cross. Reproduced for the Societas Rosicruciana In America from the Transactions of the Newcastle College, Societas Rosicruciana In Anglia (England). Privately printed by order of the Newcastle College in Newcastle-on-Tyne in January 1894.
“The Cross is one of the most universal of symbols, as well as one of the most ancient, that is known to exist. It is found on the monuments of Egypt…on the ancient sculptures of Babylon and Ninevah and on the ruins of Persia and India. It has been used as a symbol long previous to the Christian era…”