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The Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia is the oldest independent society of Rosicrucian Freemasons in the world, its members being Master Masons of Lodges recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England.

The Rosicrucian Society of England or Brethren of the Rosy Cross as they were originally named, held their first meeting on the 1 June 1867 at the George Hotel, Aldermanbury, London.

Since that date, groups around the world have met to extend their researches into the hidden mysteries of nature and science. The premier college is the Metropolitan College which meets at Duke Street, London, and which formed the Metropolitan Study Group in 1902 for the delivery of research papers. There are other significant colleges, including Pythagoras College, which meets at Redditch in Worcestershire. 

Each year, three members of the society are made Companions of Christian Rosenkreutz in recognition of their outstanding researches and scholarship rendered to the society.