The mystical path is the most difficult, demanding, dangerous, and intoxicating journey one can ever make
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According to Jung, the human being deals with the reality of the shadow in four ways: denial, projection, integration and/or transmutation. Filling the conscious mind with ideal conceptions is a characteristic of Western theosophy, but not the confrontation with the shadow and the world of darkness. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.
“We carry our past with us, to wit, the primitive and inferior man with his desires and emotions, and it is only with an enormous effort that we can detach ourselves from this burden. If it comes to a neurosis, we invariably have to deal with a considerably intensified shadow. And if such a person wants to be cured it is necessary to find a way in which his conscious personality and his shadow can live together.” (Answer to Job) (more…)
The mystery of the seven stars that you saw in my right hand and of the seven golden lampstands is this: The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches. In the End Times, Saint John had prophesied the appearance of the “one like a son of man,” who reveals what the seven stars and seven lampstands represent. (Revelation 1:14-20)
In the Gnostic biblical text, the Revelation of Saint John, we are told the truth of the seven stars by John, who clearly states that these stars are actually angels of the seven churches. The meaning of angel is a spiritual human being who is believed to act as an attendant, agent, or messenger of God. This angel would be an actual person in the flesh.
The seven churches do not represent actual buildings, but the Body of Christ who are represented by the DNA of people or groups (tribes) of people. The word “Church” comes from the Greek “ku-ri-a-kos” or “ku-ri-a-kon” that had later morphed into an Old English word “cirice (kirche or Kee-ree-ke) and in Scotland, it was “kirk.” These words would eventually evolve into the modern English “church.” (1) The Greek Ku-ri-a-kos is derived from its root: “Ku- ri-os,” which means “lord.” Thus, the Greek “kuriakos“, that today in English is pronounced church, is something that “pertains to, or belongs to, a lord.” (more…)
“To the ignorant the body is supreme and they are incapable of realizing the immortality that is within them.
Knowing only the body which is subject to death, they believe in death because they worship that substance which is the cause and reality of death.”
~ The Divine Pymander by Hermes Mercurius Trismigestus as interpreted by Manly P. Hall
The ancient Egyptians were master alchemists, scientists and gnostics. Their whole religion was based on these three heavenly human practices that they used to not only stay healthy and live as long as possible, but also to obtain true gnosis so that they could evolve their souls.
This my brothers and sisters is the basis of human evolution.
They knew the secret hidden powers of the body, blood and brain. This was the seat of their power that they used to grow such a vast empire in which they ruled for thousands of years.
The rule of the first true ancient gnostic Egyptians. (more…)
There is a growing and disturbing trend of anti-intellectual elitism in American culture. It’s the dismissal of science, the arts, and humanities and their replacement by entertainment, self-righteousness, ignorance, and deliberate gullibility.
Susan Jacoby, author of The Age of American Unreason, says in an article in theWashington Post, “Dumbness, to paraphrase the late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, has been steadily defined downward for several decades, by a combination of heretofore irresistible forces. These include the triumph of video culture over print culture; a disjunction between Americans’ rising level of formal education and their shaky grasp of basic geography, science and history; and the fusion of anti-rationalism with anti-intellectualism.” (more…)
There are plenty of people who are not yet born. They all seem to be here, they walk about—but as a matter of fact, they are not yet born, because they are behind a glass wall, they are in the womb.
~Carl Jung, Kundalini Seminar
“Follow in the footsteps of your ancestors, for the mind is trained through knowledge. Behold, their words endure… follow their wise counsel.” – “The Book of Kheti,” The Husia: Sacred Wisdom of Ancient Egypt