> I associate the blue rose with our blue planet Earth,
> and also some with my main human inspirer,
> singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan.
> > What meaning(s) would you attach to my blue rose vision
> > pre-dawn on Sept. 6, 1991, in Vancouver?
> > I think Catholics would associate it with Mary the mother
> > of Jesus, while Essenes (including The Order of the Blue
> > Rose) and Cathars would associate it with Mary Magdalene.
> > Ezekiel Krahlin (or Kraklin?) who used to post to
> > alt.religion.druid , associated the blue rose
> > with being gay, but I am not gay.
> > I associate the blue rose with our blue planet Earth,
> > and also some with my main human inspirer,
> > singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan.
> > But I am interested in knowing what meanings you
> > might think of, some of which might induce me
> > to reconsider or add to my own meanings.
> to an e-mail query from me with:
> "Your blue rose vision experience is very interesting.
> In the Rosicrucian tradition, the rose represents the soul's unfoldment.
> The word Rosicrucian comes from the Latin Rosae Crucis - rose cross.
14. Rose meanings