It becomes the initiatory word of an exclusive Rosicrucian order.
Fludd was a Rosicrucian, and a mystic of a different type from Behmen.
The old Rosicrucian has kept his secret well; but the devil has helped me to wrest it from him.
And he who wishes to catch a Rosicrucian, must take care not to disturb the waters.
Dat vich ve call a Rosicrucian by any other name vil smell as sveet.
"Unfathomable Mystery," said the Rosicrucian in a low, sweet voice.
She is of the Rosicrucian order, one of the sisters, of which there are five throughout Europe and Asia.
This was soon followed by another like it, 'St. Irvyne, or the Rosicrucian'.
As the last sentence resounded in the heart of Cagliostro, up into the air floated the Rosicrucian and the Voice.
She gave him also a curious old talisman—a tiny Rosicrucian cross that had once belonged to a world-renowned occultist.
1620s, from Modern Latin rosa crucis (DuCange) or crux, Latinization of German Rosenkreuz, French rosecroix, from the secret society's reputed founder Christian Rosenkreuz, said to date from 1484, but not mentioned before 1614. As an adjective from 1660s.