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Philosophy & Spirituality

The Metal-Planet Affinities

The 7 Metals   By Nick KollerstromWisdom has set up her temple,She has hewn her seven pillars (1) From antiquity up until the mid-eighteenth century, the number of metals known and recognised as such was seven. They were: lead, tin, iron, gold, copper, mercury and silver. Brass, made from copper, was used, but people didn’t […]

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Cosmic Blueprint Part 2

Cosmic Blueprint Continued   Spawned from spiraling DNA, flotsam of the big bang and millennia of evolution we spin in a web of infinite universes. THE HUMAN BRAIN – The brain loves patterns and symbols… Audible; rhythms, music, bird-song. Visual; stars & planets, snowflakes, camouflage, fish/bird-formations. Semantic [9]; language, metaphor, archetypes. Mathematical; fractals, geometry, computer language, […]

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Cosmic Blueprints

  The causal relationship between cymatic pattern and Hindu-Yantra exposes the essential pattern underlying the universe. Phenomena that confirm this blueprint are convergent evolution1, stigmergy2 (swarm-intelligence), chaos/complexity theory3, exaptation4, gestalt5, Plato’s-problem6 and perhaps even sympathetic magic7 .  The unified-field and collective unconscious8 are the same; science explains the metaphysical. Ancient Yantra-Mandalas catalogue the morphology of the unified-field. Cross-referencing quantum […]

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Questions and Language

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The Secret Doctrine by Madame Blavatsky

The Secret Doctrine       THE SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE, RELIGION, AND PHILOSOPHY.       by H. P. Blavatsky Blavatsky’s masterwork on theosophy, covering cosmic, planetary, and human evolution, as well as science, religion, and mythology. Based on the Stanzas of Dzyan, with corroborating testimony from hundreds of sources. Originally published 1888. Theosophical University Press HTML version ISBN […]

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The Life and Teachings of Thoth Hermes Trismegistus – Manly P Hall

  The Life and Teachings of Thoth Hermes Trismegistus THUNDER rolled, lightning flashed, the veil of the Temple was rent from top to bottom. The venerable initiator, in his robes of blue and gold, slowly raised his jeweled wand and pointed with it into the darkness revealed by the tearing of the silken curtain: “Behold […]

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The Life and Philosophy of Pythagoras

WHILE Mnesarchus, the father of Pythagoras, was in the city of Delphi on matters pertaining to his business as a merchant, he and his wife, Parthenis, decided to consult the oracle of Delphi as to whether the Fates were favorable for their return voyage to Syria. When the Pythoness (prophetess of Apollo) seated herself on […]

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The Faerie Phenomenon in Folkloric and Modern Experience

Faeries have been an important part of the folkloric repertoire for hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of years, and while they are portrayed in the popular imagination through faerie tales, and have become disneyfied through the 20th century, their main presence is in the myriad of folklore from every part of the globe. They usually (though […]

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The Search for Odin

Odin   In the pre-Christian pagan religion of the Scandinavian and Northern Germanic people, Odin is the ruler of the Aesir, the principal race of gods and goddesses in Norse mythology. Archeologist and historian Thor Heyerdahl speculated that Odin, commonly thought of today as a mythical Norse god, was a historical person who founded the […]

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