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"We, the deputies of the principal College of the Brethren of the Rose-cross, have taken up our abode, visible and [invisibility|invisible]], in this city, by the grace of the Most High, towards whom are turned the hearts of the just. We shew and teach without books or signs, and speak all sorts of languages in the countries where we dwell, to draw mankind, our fellows, from error and from death."--Instruction to France about the truth of the Rose Cross Brothers (1623) by Gabriel Naudé

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  1. The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with information or knowledge.
  2. An instance of the information or knowledge so furnished.
  3. An order or command.

Instruction or instructions may also refer to:


Other uses

  • Instruction, teaching or education performed by a teacher
  • Sebayt, a work of the ancient Egyptian didactic literature aiming to teach ethical behaviour
  • Instruction, the pre-trial phase of an investigation led by a judge in an inquisitorial system of justice
  • Instruction manual, an instructional book or booklet

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