All that we shall do or say will amount to giving those who come afterwards facilities which we ourselves were not given. Here as anywhere else it is the beginning of the work that is the hardest.

- René Guénon

All that we shall do or say will amount to giving those who come afterwards facilities which we ourselves were not given. Here as anywhere else it is the beginning of the work that is the hardest.

- René Guénon

When one wakes up to the reality that we have grown up in a society that bombards the senses with stimulus (specifically suggestion to the subconscious through media) from the beginning, they will quickly see how that develops a very over-worked reactionary mind and the dire need for inner peace or a “God”… Proof being found if you sit still and quiet for a moment and observe the “chatter” that exists in the mind. A controlled, clear and quiet mind is a mind that has merged with its Higher Self.

True re-ligion or yoga (both meaning a union or re-union) of uniting the Higher Self with “God” can only be discovered and lived through the release of old, destructive ways and the acquisition of a new improved Higher Self that incorporates the highest form of morality and treatment of Self and others. This is the Path of Redemption and Revelation can only be manifested via this Path. This is the Golden Rule manifested through all the great avatars: Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Buddha, etc.

One can escape their own Hell and manifest their own “Heaven on Earth” by these means. Cultivating this perspective in one’s own life is to experience the “Dark Night of the Soul”. You must face the Devil within.

- Bret Iddings

When one wakes up to the reality that we have grown up in a society that bombards the senses with stimulus (specifically suggestion to the subconscious through media) from the beginning, they will quickly see how that develops a very over-worked reactionary mind and the dire need for inner peace or a “God”… Proof being found if you sit still and quiet for a moment and observe the “chatter” that exists in the mind. A controlled, clear and quiet mind is a mind that has merged with its Higher Self.

True re-ligion or yoga (both meaning a union or re-union) of uniting the Higher Self with “God” can only be discovered and lived through the release of old, destructive ways and the acquisition of a new improved Higher Self that incorporates the highest form of morality and treatment of Self and others. This is the Path of Redemption and Revelation can only be manifested via this Path. This is the Golden Rule manifested through all the great avatars: Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Buddha, etc.

One can escape their own Hell and manifest their own “Heaven on Earth” by these means. Cultivating this perspective in one’s own life is to experience the “Dark Night of the Soul”. You must face the Devil within.

- Bret Iddings

Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.

― Martin Luther King Jr.

Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.

― Martin Luther King Jr.

The free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it - basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.

― Charles Bukowski

The free soul is rare, but you know it when you see it - basically because you feel good, very good, when you are near or with them.

― Charles Bukowski

As man is a microcosm, so the universe may be the analogue of the human cosmos. In this direction we can think at least without violation of reason, — if forever without reaching a final solution, so be it. But so thinking we escape at least the absurdity of picking up creation at a point given by the senses and propounding the fragment as a theory of the universe. By so thinking we find that we are constantly transcending limits. The simple fact that we reach a limit implies a knowledge beyond it; and so we find at last that we are correlated to the limitless and have knowledge of it. Thus we learn to pronounce easily and with confidence the Infinite Name; and, so naming it, we find it a revelation to us; under it, creation gets meaning. We no longer stand on a headland and view creation as a ship rising out of the horizon and sailing past till it sinks again beneath the sky, port whence and whither unknown, whether swept by currents or guided from within also unknown. Rather do we tread the deck, mark the hand that holds the helm, hear the word that shapes the voyage, and so journey with it to the harbor.

As man is a microcosm, so the universe may be the analogue of the human cosmos. In this direction we can think at least without violation of reason, — if forever without reaching a final solution, so be it. But so thinking we escape at least the absurdity of picking up creation at a point given by the senses and propounding the fragment as a theory of the universe. By so thinking we find that we are constantly transcending limits. The simple fact that we reach a limit implies a knowledge beyond it; and so we find at last that we are correlated to the limitless and have knowledge of it. Thus we learn to pronounce easily and with confidence the Infinite Name; and, so naming it, we find it a revelation to us; under it, creation gets meaning. We no longer stand on a headland and view creation as a ship rising out of the horizon and sailing past till it sinks again beneath the sky, port whence and whither unknown, whether swept by currents or guided from within also unknown. Rather do we tread the deck, mark the hand that holds the helm, hear the word that shapes the voyage, and so journey with it to the harbor.

The one whose mind is filled with light and wisdom which to Soul pertains, And stands on such a pinnacle — with all the senses underfoot — The mind of such is freed from bonds; His resolution changes not.

The one whose mind is filled with light and wisdom which to Soul pertains, And stands on such a pinnacle — with all the senses underfoot — The mind of such is freed from bonds; His resolution changes not.

The fall of man in the general sense represents the descent of Spirit into matter, disuniting the Dual-energies thereby, the Evolution of man.

His becoming, in the course of the same, provided with clothes of skin and flesh, means a physical body as a protection against injurious influences of his surroundings during his period of ripening into Angelhood. The physical body, if in good condition, acts as an armor, and moreover man has the power of his Will to make himself positive, or, in other words, so to concentrate the odic aura of vibration of his atmospheres as to render this armor impenetrable. But if through ill health or carelessness he loses his vitality, he renders himself negative, or, in other words, he disperses the odic emanations belonging to his sphere, and his physical armor becomes weakened and unable to protect him.

The fall of man in the general sense represents the descent of Spirit into matter, disuniting the Dual-energies thereby, the Evolution of man.

His becoming, in the course of the same, provided with clothes of skin and flesh, means a physical body as a protection against injurious influences of his surroundings during his period of ripening into Angelhood. The physical body, if in good condition, acts as an armor, and moreover man has the power of his Will to make himself positive, or, in other words, so to concentrate the odic aura of vibration of his atmospheres as to render this armor impenetrable. But if through ill health or carelessness he loses his vitality, he renders himself negative, or, in other words, he disperses the odic emanations belonging to his sphere, and his physical armor becomes weakened and unable to protect him.

On no plane of being is it good for the man-element to be alone. For without Love and gentleness Force can work only evil till it be spent. Such is the doom of selfish, animal man until he finds and is found of the Soul of the woman within him. She is to him the mother of the living without whom is no life, because she is the Soul wherein the Divine Life resides. For as the Soul is the life of the man, so Spirit, which is God, is the life of the Soul. Thus is she mediator between man and God, drawing together in herself, and he only is truly alive, and truly man illuminated with knowledge, made after the Divine Image in whom she thus operates.

On no plane of being is it good for the man-element to be alone. For without Love and gentleness Force can work only evil till it be spent. Such is the doom of selfish, animal man until he finds and is found of the Soul of the woman within him. She is to him the mother of the living without whom is no life, because she is the Soul wherein the Divine Life resides. For as the Soul is the life of the man, so Spirit, which is God, is the life of the Soul. Thus is she mediator between man and God, drawing together in herself, and he only is truly alive, and truly man illuminated with knowledge, made after the Divine Image in whom she thus operates.

It is the fashion in these days to contrive in human minds a theory which shall make history appear the reverse of what it is really, and to represent man as perfect from the first, made so by a power working from without; the truth is, on the contrary, he is created by gradual development and growth; ripened from rudimentary being by a power — the Divine Spirit — working from within. Materialistic science discerns only the outward appearance of things, and, taking no account of qualities, makes the Form all, but, according to the doctrine of the Mystics, man is human in form only, being but rudimentary, and in all essential respects to be classed with the lower grades. According to this doctrine man’s supreme function is to ripen in knowledge, and he is not fully man until he has gained the Light and knows, in order to do which he must have attained his Spiritual Consciousness, and become illuminated by Spirit. Prior to the attainment of the Truths, he grows only as to his animal, and is an infant as to true manhood, and incompetent to fulfill the functions of true manhood, or even to comprehend God or man.

It is the fashion in these days to contrive in human minds a theory which shall make history appear the reverse of what it is really, and to represent man as perfect from the first, made so by a power working from without; the truth is, on the contrary, he is created by gradual development and growth; ripened from rudimentary being by a power — the Divine Spiritworking from within. Materialistic science discerns only the outward appearance of things, and, taking no account of qualities, makes the Form all, but, according to the doctrine of the Mystics, man is human in form only, being but rudimentary, and in all essential respects to be classed with the lower grades. According to this doctrine man’s supreme function is to ripen in knowledge, and he is not fully man until he has gained the Light and knows, in order to do which he must have attained his Spiritual Consciousness, and become illuminated by Spirit. Prior to the attainment of the Truths, he grows only as to his animal, and is an infant as to true manhood, and incompetent to fulfill the functions of true manhood, or even to comprehend God or man.

The great end to be attained by the descent of Spirit is to obtain the conscious knowledge, by experience, of what is known as individuality.

The great end to be attained by the descent of Spirit is to obtain the conscious knowledge, by experience, of what is known as individuality.

The within is the Soul and Truth of the without. Refined matter is being constantly evolved from grosser matter, which radiates about and is constantly returning bringing the unknown something of the over-Soul, emotion and sense, to combine in forms of use and beauty. The true growth is Involution, while Evolution is the shadow. All things visible are the effect of some hidden cause. The true Soul cause is always hidden.

The within is the Soul and Truth of the without. Refined matter is being constantly evolved from grosser matter, which radiates about and is constantly returning bringing the unknown something of the over-Soul, emotion and sense, to combine in forms of use and beauty. The true growth is Involution, while Evolution is the shadow. All things visible are the effect of some hidden cause. The true Soul cause is always hidden.

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THE ILLUMINATI IS MUCH CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!

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(Courtesy of 11erasorhed11)

THE ILLUMINATI IS MUCH CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!

READ HERE

WEDNESDAY’S WORDS ON KINDNESS
Kindness is for all times in all situations—-not just when it suits you.  Audray Landrum
Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you, not because they are kind, but because you are.  Unknown
Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.  Sally Koch
Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.  James Matthew Barrie
Kindness is tenderness.  Kindness is love.  Kindness is good will.  Kindness says, I want you to be happy.  S. H. Simmons

WEDNESDAY’S WORDS ON KINDNESS

Kindness is for all times in all situations—-not just when it suits you. Audray Landrum

Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you, not because they are kind, but because you are. Unknown

Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day. Sally Koch

Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. James Matthew Barrie

Kindness is tenderness. Kindness is love. Kindness is good will. Kindness says, I want you to be happy. S. H. Simmons

The shared time of today is the beautiful meaning of tomorrow.

The shared time of today is the beautiful meaning of tomorrow.