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The Mystical Christ and the Mystery of the Two Geneses

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The Mystical Christ and the Mystery of the Two Geneses (births) Nothing in all creation is so like God as stillness. — Meister Eckhart It is well known, not only through the old cannons of spiritual traditions, but by mere observance of the daily existence that a Man has two different types of birth. One, natural in this physical nature, ... Read More »

The Tibetan Practice of Phowa I

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Death is inevitable, but how you die – terrified and confused, or with confidence and spiritual mastery – is within your control. ~Choeje Ayang Rinpoche The Tibetan tradition of Phowa offers a simple, powerful preparation to aid those who are transitioning from this world to another state of consciousness.  It is an influential practice for those who are sick, and ... Read More »

The Biblical Concepts of Hell Part III

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Death, Judgment and the Second Death In the chapter of Psalms 16:10-11, we read “For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell (sheol); neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption. Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy presence is fullness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore.” The word ... Read More »

The Biblical Concepts of Hell Part II

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The Vision of the Apostles: Post-Christ Period The Apocrypha of Nicodemus contributed largely to vulgarize the explanation in how Jesus, the Christ, performed his journey through the realms of the Other-world in his pursuit to release souls.  At the same time, through its supplementary commentaries, it inferred the journey as “visions” of the future for those that did not follow ... Read More »

Christ, Buddha and the Saviors of Mankind

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Christ, Buddha and the Saviors of Mankind, Part 1 There are many comparative studies of the lives of the masters Gautama Buddha and Jesus, as there are many revisions about the lives of Krishna and others historically relevant spiritual masters. There are in many of them thematic parallels among the lives of these Saviors of Humanity. In cautiously observing this, ... Read More »

Cosmic Architecture II – The Ain Soph

“Learn to know all, but keep thyself unknown” ~Gnostic Maxim From the bosom of the Ain, the Zero, it is born the Ain Soph, the Unity. In mystic Kabbalah, the Ain Soph represents the infinite; it is the whole absolute, derived from the absolute nothing, The Ain. According to tradition, God desired to see and experience itself, so allegorically, he ... Read More »

The Demiurge in Theological Traditions

“Out of the pleroma was individualized the Demiurgus, the immortal mortal, to whom we are responsible for our physical existence and the suffering we must go through in connection with it” ~Manly P. Hall, Secret Teachings of All Ages The most accepted definition of Demiurge, or Demiurgus, is a powerful creative force or personality: one that relays its characteristics as ... Read More »

The Piscean Initiation, Part 1

The Washing of the Feet The Traditional Aspects The root of this practice appears to be found in the hospitality customs of ancient civilizations, especially where sandals were the chief footwear.  A host would provide water for guests to wash their feet, provide a servant to wash the feet of the guests or even serve the guests by washing their ... Read More »

The Christic Baptism and the Lustral Water

“And God said, “Let there be a vault between the waters to separate water from water.”  So God made the vault and separated the water under the vault from the water above it. And it was so.” ~Genesis 6-8 The symbolism behind the sacrament of Baptism is one whose roots are lost on the sands of time. It was known ... Read More »

The Essenes II

The Essene Communities The Essenes were a mystical religious community formed by initiates from a particular sect of the Jewish religion. They regarded themselves as the keepers of the true religious knowledge and wisdom, which was originally transmitted by God to the first men and which disappeared from Earth after the Biblical flood. Many writings of esoteric orientation regard the ... Read More »

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