“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Leonardo da Vinci


The Royal Art Society is centered on MEDITATION.

Meditation based on ancient tradition is the hub of an evidence-based worldview of critical thinking, science and secular ethics reflecting our international heritage of universal human rights. WORKSHOPS are scheduled in accordance with demand.

An authentic and dedicated fraternity is forming that will stay connected online. There are three grades of initiation which incrementally divulge the Mysteries of the Western Esoteric Tradition as well as the secrets of the East. The founders found it necessary to create this online community in order to preserve and transmit the inner teachings of the masters in a fast-paced global society. The need and the solution are simple.

Men and women today have less leisure time and less desire to associate in private clubs and fraternities than they had one hundred years ago. However, the power and allure of the secret doctrine is eternal, and those in possession of it are bound by sacred duty to make it available to sincere and worthy seekers. Prototypes of the lectures and methods of the Order have been tested on live subjects for demonstrable results and are organized and edited for efficient use. The instruction and methods are simple.

No huge membership fees, no need to drive back and forth to and from lodge, no small talk, no funny hats, no cold pasta dinners on paper plates, and none of the trappings that form the main structure of Freemasonry and other smaller “secret societies.” What modern man – and woman – has forgotten and lost, what he can no longer find in the older fraternities, he can have in our Order. It is that simple.

The Royal Art Society is for masters of the “Ars Regia,” the Royal Art, academics and laymen. It demands a minimum of time and energy for the optimum transmission of traditional esoteric knowledge and power. It is designed to serve a large and diverse world population. Fun, interesting and enlightening. Accessibility made simple.

The Royal Art Society. The Art of doing nothing.



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