Around and Around We Go

Reincarnation is so much fun, isn’t it?
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Barack Obama is Emperor Trajan

Barack Obama is Emperor Trajan

“Let me conclude by saying that I recognize history tells a different story than the one that I’ve talked about here today. There’s a much darker and more cynical view of history that we can adopt. Human beings are too often motivated by greed and by power. Big countries for most of history have pushed smaller ones around. Tribes and ethnic groups and nation states have very often found it most convenient to define themselves by what they hate and not just those ideas that bind them together.” ~Barack Obama, excerpt, final speech to UN, 20 Sep 2016

Vladimir Putin is Grigori Rasputin

Vladimir Putin is Grigori Rasputin

“Salt, gathered from the tears of a thousand angels, restraining the essence of Sammael, the Hellhound. The Seed of Destruction. This I can promise, Sammael, for every one of you that falls, two shall arise.” ~Grigori Rasputin

Xi Jinping is Shen Kuo

Xi Jinping is Shen Kuo

“People can only hope to understand phenomena of the human realm. Beyond the human realm, there must be infinite other phenomena. With our paltry human understanding we try to plumb the depths of the ultimate principles of the universe, but is it not impossible to do?” ~Shen Kuo

Benjamin Netanyahu is Julius Caesar

Benjamin Netanyahu is Julius Caesar

“It was the wont of the immortal gods sometimes to grant prosperity and long impunity to men whose crimes they were minded to punish in order that a complete reverse of fortune might make them suffer more bitterly.” ~Julius Caesar

Recep Erdoğan is Constantine I

Recep Erdoğan is Constantine I

“This is certainly the Will of the Supreme God, who is the Author of this world and its Father, (through whose goodness we enjoy life, look up to heaven, and rejoice in the society of our fellow-men), that the whole human race should agree together and be joined in a certain affectionate union by, as it were, a mutual embrace…” ~Constantine I

Prince Charles was Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsesarevich of Russia

Prince Charles was Nicholas Alexandrovich, Tsesarevich of Russia

“As I suppose I have spent most of my life trying to propose and initiate things that very few people could see the point of or, frankly, thought were plain bonkers at the time, perhaps some of them are now beginning to recognize a spot of pioneering in all this apparent madness?” ~Prince Charles

Jimmy Savile was Louis XV

Jimmy Savile was Louis XV

“I am the eminence grise: the grey, shadowy figure in the background. The thing about me is I get things done and I work under cover.” ~Jimmy Savile

Princess Diana was Queen Elizabeth I

Princess Diana was Queen Elizabeth I

“On Monsieur’s Departure”

I grieve and dare not show my discontent,
I love and yet am forced to seem to hate,
I do, yet dare not say I ever meant,
I seem stark mute but inwardly do prate.
I am and not, I freeze and yet am burned,
Since from myself another self I turned.

My care is like my shadow in the sun,
Follows me flying, flies when I pursue it,
Stands and lies by me, doth what I have done.
His too familiar care doth make me rue it.
No means I find to rid him from my breast,
Till by the end of things it be supprest.
Some gentler passion slide into my mind,
For I am soft and made of melting snow;
Or be more cruel, love, and so be kind.
Let me or float or sink, be high or low.
Or let me live with some more sweet content,
Or die and so forget what love ere meant.
~Queen Elizabeth I

Princess Diana was Bertha Eckstein-Diener

Princess Diana was Bertha Eckstein-Diener

“The religious structure of every era contains its most vital and fundamentally true elements. This religious structure confers the realities of power. Veneration of woman as a goddess would have been incompatible with making her a slave on earth.” ~Bertha Eckstein-Diener

Prince William is King James VI and I

Prince William is King James I and VI

“When a man makes up his mind to thrash another, he must also make up his mind to be a little thrashed himself.” ~King James

Donald Trump is Henry VIII

Donald Trump is Henry VIII

“Whoever leads an auspicious life here and governs the commonwealth rightly, as my most noble father did, who promoted all piety and banished all ignorance, has a most certain way to heaven.” ~Henry VIII

Steve Bannon is Thomas Cromwell

Steve Bannon is Thomas Cromwell

“I am Thomas Cromwell in the court of the Tudors.” ~Steve Bannon, 18 Nov 2016

George Soros is Emperor Diocletian

George Soros is Emperor Diocletian

“I fancied myself as some kind of god. If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble. It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.” ~George Soros

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The Seventh Gate


As the tenth illustration represents the final liberation of the Divine Man from his physical limitations, so the eleventh depicts the attempt of the intellect to break away from bondage to the animal soul. The powerful man with his girdle and helmet of iron, and his crest of red plumes, is the Demiurgus or Regent of the physical world, the governor of the senses and appetites. He is attempting to bind the spiritualized intellect to the rock of ignorance. The handsome youth bearing the caduceus, is the philosophized intellect. The mastery of thought, which makes the mind a servant of the spiritual self, is the eleventh step of the old rite.

The whole phenomenal Universe against which the neophyte has struggled through his eleven strange and arduous adventures is personified in the red-plumed man. Here the world is making its last effort to hold the escaping superman. The effort is vain. No chains forged of earth can restrain or bind the Philosophical Mercury. We are told that in the alchemical processes this subtle essence can seep through an iron vessel (the warrior)—or through glass or porcelain—and vanish, in spite of every effort to capture its quintessence.

The eleventh figure contains numerous extraordinary and impressive hieroglyphics. The characters on the shield include a crossed scythe and sceptre—signifying death and resurrection, or mortality and sovereignty. There is also the axe-blade, the hieroglyph of the hewer, the builder, or the geometrician. The smaller hieroglyphics mean egg and cave, and the lunar crescent may symbolize either a lunar quarter or a gateway. These symbols unquestionably refer to steps in the initiatory drama.

The words in the panel at the top of the figure may be translated: “To be the sign of the Leg with Everlastingness, to pour out and to be the herald of destruction.” The thought is evidently prophetic, referring to the destruction of the unrighteous in the sign of Aquarius, the constellation which rules the eleventh section of the work.

The writing below the figures is purely mystical: “It is given that the evil shall be trodden out in the sixth portico.” The soul, in its spiritual cycle of regeneration, crosses from the lower to the upper hemisphere of the zodiac at the end of the sixth sign, Virgo, or the Virgin. This virgin is the mother of the Messiahs. As physical generation begins in Aries, so the generation of the wise begins with the Mother (the Mysteries) from whom they are born into the celestial hemisphere. The old order cannot proceed beyond the sixth gate, for the seventh is that of the new man or the second birth—a mystery hinted at in our inscription.

~from “The Most Holy Trinosophia of the Comte de St.-Germain,” incarnated watcher, “fallen angel.”  Commentary by Manly P. Hall

Good And Evil

Noah.                    These are they, then,
Who leave the throne of God, to take them wives
From out of the race of Cain; the sons of heaven,
Who seek earth’s daughters for their beauty?

Azaziel.                    Patriarch!
Thou has said it.

Noah.        Woe, woe, woe, to such communion!
Has not God made a barrier between earth
And heaven, and limited each, kind to kind?

Samiasa.   Was not man made in high Jehovah’s image?
Did God not love what He had made? And what
Do we but imitate and emulate
His love unto created love?

Noah.                I am
But man, and was not made to judge mankind,
Far less the sons of God; but as our God
Has deign’d to commune with me, and reveal
His judgments, I reply, that the descent
Of seraphs from their everlasting seat
Unto a perishable and perishing,
Even on the very eve of perishing world,
Cannot be good.

Azaziel.        What! though it were to save?

Noah. Not ye in all your glory can redeem
What He who made you hath condemn’d.
Were your immortal mission safety, ‘twould
Be general, not for two, though beautiful
And beautiful they are, but not the less
~from “Heaven and Earth, A Mystery” by Lord Byron, incarnated watcher, “fallen angel”

“I am such a strange mélange of good and evil that it would be difficult to describe me.”
~Lord Byron, incarnated watcher, “fallen angel”


The purpose of the Silence is the acquisition of the faculty which enables us to see our Self as it is, without veneer or varnish. In the noisy places of the world and during the busy hours of the day we are aliens and strangers to our own selves. Like pilgrims in a strange country without a knowledge of the tongue, customs and habits of the people do we enter upon our early psychic excursions into the higher planes. The spirit-people we succeed in contacting are very seldom useful to us, and often very harmful, because we have not entered into the Silence completely and do not know our real Self. Without this knowledge all contact with Spirits is dangerous and will ever be so.

~from “The Diary of a Child of Sorrow” by Elias Gewurz

Only A Dream

The philosophic ideals promulgated throughout the Shakespearian plays distinctly demonstrate their author to have been thoroughly familiar with certain doctrines and tenets peculiar to Rosicrucianism; in fact the profundity of the Shakespearian productions stamps their creator as one of the illuminati of the ages. Most of those seeking a solution for the Bacon-Shakspere controversy have been intellectualists. Notwithstanding their scholarly attainments, they have overlooked the important part played by transcendentalism in the philosophic achievements of the ages. The mysteries of superphysics are inexplicable to the materialist, whose training does not equip him to estimate the extent of their ramifications and complexities. Yet who but a Platonist, a Qabbalist, or a Pythagorean could have written The Tempest, Macbeth, Hamlet, or The Tragedy of Cymbeline? Who but one deeply versed in Paracelsian lore could have conceived, A Midsummer Night’s Dream?


The Bacon-Shakspere controversy, as its most able advocates realize, involves the most profound aspects of science, religion, and ethics; he who solves its mystery may yet find therein the key to the supposedly lost wisdom of antiquity.
~from “The Secret Teachings of All Ages” by Manly P. Hall

The clock ticks, my brother and sister…


“No man has ever seen that book and now, we unfold the forbidden letters in that book before your eyes. Tell your brothers and sisters that the secrets within that book are designed to exterminate all evil spirits in the whole world.”

As I watched the written letters, it is letters that I have never seen before in my whole life.

I watched carefully as the letters glow a bit, then the letters become with the lights, then the letters with lights move upward around one and half inches above the original letters.

The floating letters are living electric current.

Then I heard the voice of an Elder: “All of those letters complete the secrets, and the last letter on your right side corner is a timer.”

“When the timer is up, the light of that word in that corner will go back to the written word on the cloth then all the living light will gather together as very powerful forces that are designed to exterminate all evil forces energy in the whole world.”
~in infinite gratitude to Albert and the Celestial Sons

The clock ticks, my brother and sister…


Spiritual love is the atmosphere of the spiritual worlds; it is the ether in which the spiritual spheres revolve and move in their appointed paths. How easy it is thus to see that if anyone still hates, he cannot live in the higher spheres. You might as well try to breathe without air as try to live in the Heavenly regions without love. When man is aware of this truth he becomes a man of power.
~The Qabalah


Star-seeds have been away for so long
Their memories of spirit are almost gone
And while their spirits rest in sleep
As awakened humans their vows they keep

STC 22302, title page

“Spiritually, men as a whole are little different from the madman who builds himself a kingdom from the fabric of his imagination.”
~from “The Book of Gleanings” within “The Kolbrin,” Chapter 15, The Voice of God

The clock ticks, my brother and sister…

Repenting Angels

~from “The Book of Enoch:”
To Michael likewise the Lord said, Go and announce his crime to Samyaza, and to the others who are with him, who have been associated with women, that they might be polluted with all their impurity. And when all their sons shall be slain, when they shall see the perdition of their beloved, bind them for seventy generations underneath the earth, even to the day of judgment, and of consummation, until the judgment, the effect of which will last forever, be completed.

~from “The Chymical Marriage of Christian Rosencreutz:
For I was yet scarce asleep when me-thought I, together with a numberless multitude of men, lay fettered with great chains in a dark dungeon, wherein we swarmed like bees one over another, and thus rendered each other’s affliction more grievous. But although neither I, nor any of the rest, could see one jot, yet I continually heard one heaving himself above the other, when his chains or fetters were become ever so little lighter.

Now as I with the rest had continued a good while in this affliction, and each was still reproaching the other with his blindness and captivity, at length we heard many trumpets sounding together, and kettle-drums beating so artificially thereto, that it rejoyced us even in our calamity.

During this noise the cover of the dungeon was lifted up, and a little light let down unto us. Then first might truly have been discerned the bustle we kept, for all went pesle-mesle, and he who perchance had too much heaved up himself was forced down again under the others’ feet. In brief, each one strove to be uppermost, neither did I linger, but, with my weighty fetters, slipt from under the rest, and then heaved myself upon a Stone; howbeit, I was several times caught at by others, from whom, as well as I might, I guarded myself with hands and feet.

We imagined that we should all be set at liberty, which yet fell out quite otherwise, for after the nobles who looked upon us through the hole had recreated themselves with our struggling, a certain hoary-headed man called to us to be quiet, and, having obtained it, began thus to say on:

If wretched mortals would forbear
Themselves to so uphold,
Then sure on them much good confer
My righteous Mother would:
But since the same will not insue,
They must in care and sorrow rue,
And still in prison lie.
Howbeit, my dear Mother will
Their follies over-see,
Her choicest goods permitting still
Too much in Light to be.
Wherefore, in honour of the feast
We this day solemnize,
That so her grace may be increast,
A good deed she’ll devise;
For now a cord shall be let down,
And whosoe’er can hang thereon
Shall freely be releast.


The sacred scriptures are the midwife and nurse of the soul-spirit. Some awaken the soul-spirit by meditation, sometimes it is awakened through a vision, in some it awakens through good works, in others through labor. It can be awakened by creativity and love, there are many means to suit the numerous conditions of men. A few may not feel the stirrings of an awakening soul-spirit, some may rely only on the words of others, but because they believe and act accordingly these, too, shall awaken to conscious survival.

So wonderful is the state of a newly awakened soul-spirit, so delightful the experience of sudden realization, that none who has known it will ever forget. None will ever find words adequate to describe it to others. There is no thought except a deep awareness of life, of being. There is a sense of deeper reality than that of ordinary consciousness. Faith in the reality of the soul-spirit then gives way to certainty and assurance, for how can any man doubt the greatest experience of his life?

The glory of the stars shining in the nightskies is truly revealed once in the darkness. It is as children that men begin to sense the mystery of silence, the mystery which reveals the universe. Silence is the secret of the soul-spirit.

~from “The Book of the Silver Bough” within “The Kolbrin,” chapter 9; Elidor on the Sacred Scriptures


This is the whole law needful for man to direct his life: Know your nature, do your duty and live in harmony with others. To live in harmony means doing wrong to no man.

There is one Supreme Spirit which men call God, because God means Allgood. But because men seek a closer relationship with The Supreme Spirit of Good, they refer to it as Father and as Him, and there is no wrong in this.

The Supreme Spirit contains the essences of all the perfections, and these flow out from Him in a form of vitality which is called The Holy Spirit. The Sphere of The Holy Spirit surrounds the Sphere of The Supreme Spirit and around this again, and below it, is the Sphere of Matter and Mortality.

In the sphere of Matter and Mortality The Holy Spirit manifest imperfectly, for here it becomes mingled with the inert composition of this Sphere. Also, the penetrated offers resistance to the penetrator, and this, combined with the effects of intermingling, causes obscurity, illusion and ignorance. These are visualized in the form of a mist called “agnosia.”

The activity of The Supreme Spirit in the Highest Sphere is unceasing, and this alone maintains the Universes of Matter. The basis of matter is an outflow of energy from The Supreme Spirit, which forms a kind of framework solidifying at its outer edge. The three Spheres comprise the whole, no part of which is devoid of the vitality originating within The Supreme Spirit. So the statement that The Supreme Spirit is in all and all is in The Supreme Spirit is true, though He does not manifest in the Sphere of obscurity, illusion and imperfection. However, this does not mean that He isn’t able to manifest here or that the Sphere of Matter and Mortality is beyond His reach. These conditions serve a specific purpose.


The Holy Spirit flows from The Supreme Spirit, as heat and light flow from the sun, and, penetrating all things, holds them in form and solidity. The Supreme Spirit alone is unpenetrated by anything. He alone is whole and fully self-sufficient. He alone is the One Pure Essence.

The Sphere of The Holy Spirit is divided into Sub-spheres and the Sphere of Matter and Mortality is likewise divided. The Supreme Ruler of the Sphere of The Holy Spirit is The Holy Spirit, and The Supreme Ruler of the Sphere of Matter and Mortality is Nature. So all the material universes are governed by one set of laws called The Law of Nature. Nature is the effect and manifestation of the activity of The Holy Spirit operating in matter where reality is relative and not absolute.

The earthly body of man, his mortal shell and spirit container, is molded before birth by following a soul pattern drawn by destiny. Once born, many forces influence the life of man on Earth, but he is also given the responsibility of free choice. Notwithstanding this, the life of any man can only follow a course set by destiny, but while on that course he can do as he wills.

Every single thought and act on Earth has its effect on the soul-spirit projected into the Sphere of Matter and Mortality. Man himself is a threefold being comprising soul, spirit and matter, each having an affinity with one of the Spheres of Existence. Here on Earth the soul-spirit is made ready for its life in the Higher Spheres, or it is neglected and ignored.

~from “The Book of Lucius” within “The Kolbrin,” Chapter 1; The Spheres of Existence


Commune with your soul within and consider how wonderfully you are created. Meditate long upon your nature, contemplate the powers you possess. Consider your needs and desires, thus you will find the proper path through life and a sure guide to direct your footsteps.

As the union of heat and tinder produces fire, so does the union of soul and body produce life in man. Nothing is constant in life, except wisdom, knowledge and skill. Life ebbs and flows, as the tide and the fortunes of men wax and wane as the moon. The rich become poor and the poor become rich. The powerful become weak and the weak become powerful. Where the stream flowed yesteryear is now dust, and the cooling waters have moved elsewhere. The lakes of last season have joined the wilderness, and the dykes have become pits. Fortune smiles upon the improvident, and misfortune smites the worthy. Men are born handsome or ugly, rich or poor, they inherit a life of ease of a life of struggle.

Here is wisdom, accept the nature of things as they are, for as such they accord with the Plans of God and are under the Law. But accept them not with resignation, as an affliction to be borne, but as a challenge to contest. Man must rise to meet life or be overwhelmed, this, too, is the Law. When the road seems long and the load heavy, remember that the stouthearted runner carries the greatest burden.

There is no constant in life, all is movement and change. Therefore, it is well to build the structure of your life on a foundation of things which are not easily removed. These are wisdom, skill and knowledge which once possessed cannot be taken away, as can hoarded gold and cherished chattels in the ebb and flow of life’s fortunes. Gold and silver are uneatable stones but wisdom is the food of the gods. Skill and knowledge define the difference between the ox with the yoke and the plowman with the whip.

Fear not the feelings which stir in the heart, for therein lie the greatest of life’s treasures. Taste their honeyed bitterness, and though you are consumed as you consume, something will remain which is yours forever. Life is matured and mellowed by the treasures which pain the heart, and without them the soul cannot develop.

~from “The Book of Morals and Precepts” within “The Kolbrin,” Chapter 4; Life

“The darker the night, the brighter the stars,
The deeper the grief, the closer is God!”

~Fyodor Dostoyevsky, “Crime and Punishment”


Conscience is the best guide, and experience the best teacher. Nature is the best book, and life the highest form of schooling. Death is the great graduation day.


In your absorption of knowledge, consider nothing impossible and nothing beyond achievement. Bear in mind that whatever is possible will one day come into being. The road to wisdom begins in attentive silence and passes through study and practice into fulfillment.


The man who quietly carries out the precepts of the Sacred Books and upholds their teachings is better than he who studies diligently and teaches well, but fails to put his teaching into practice. A hypocritical teacher is the lowest order of hypocrites.


The man who is filled with learning and knows all the wisdom of the Sacred Books but fails to put it into practice, is like a many-branched tree with no depth of root. The wind blows and it is laid low to quickly rot. The man with much learning and knowledge but no strength of character, is like a frail pot filled with precious liquid. If roughly handled it falls apart and the contents are lost.


Finally, if seeking a religious master be careful in your choice. In matters of religion the whole forces of evil are marshaled to deceive and delude. If one whom you would choose as a master seeks popularity or self-advancement, avoid him like the plague, for he is a false prophet.

~from the “Book of Wisdom” within “The Kolbrin,” Chapter 20; Teaching, Study and Learning

Never Again

“Man is the heir to divinity, and the road to divinity is spirituality. Man cannot become spiritual except through his own efforts and striving. He cannot achieve it by being led by the hand or through fear of punishment, nor by greed through anticipation of a reward. He who enters into his heritage of divinity will be no weakling, he will have trodden a hard and stony path.”


“The words of men are inadequate to express just what man really is, the knowledge of his true nature is beyond the understanding of the unawakened spirit. The inheritance within the grasp of man is without limitation, for it is the totality of all things. Man has not been misled in the hope and belief that the seemingly mortal is in fact immortal. The spirit does not mislead men. They are deceived by their own eyes, they are misled, so they are unable to see things as they are in reality. All that men see and experience throughout earthly existence is veiled in illusion. Man may think his eyes reveal things as they are, but no mortal eye has ever beheld a thing as it actually is. It appears to man through the coloured distorting glass of his own mortality. Spiritually, men as a whole are little different from the madman who builds himself a kingdom from the fabric of his imagination.”


“This earthly life, which I have given you, should not be viewed in its minute aspect but in the light of infinitude. All the suffering and disillusionment, the futility, the forlorn hopes and wasted efforts, the oppressions and injustices are not without a purpose. That purpose is beyond anything man can understand and infinitely greater than his conception can grasp. The truly awakened man, alone among men, can have any insight into life’s end and goal.”


“Yet there is a vision possible to man, which pierces the universal veil, a vision free from all obscurity, a vision uncontaminated by the dark shadows of base desires or fear, by unstable emotions or unworthy motives. It is the vision seen when man develops a new faculty, a new sense. It is an inward vision of splendour. A wave of spiritual light will engulf him, a mysterious power indescribable in mere words sweeps like a shooting star over the expanse of his spirit, giving a sudden illuminating flash which floods his whole inner being, his soul, with a glorious light. In its brilliance he is granted, for a brief moment in time, a glimpse of the vision splendid. He is then united with the living heart of the universe by a bond reaching out to infinity. Nothing known to man, no symbols of his conception can express the joyousness which floods his whole being. It can be experienced in quiet tranquillity of spirit. It can burst all the bounds of restraint, expressing itself in an all embracing, overwhelming feeling of love. Lost in an unfathomable sea of silent contemplation, the body will shine with radiance from the inner light, and all about will be bathed in a luminous spiritual glow. Having once been in divine communication, these awakened spirits know a joy supreme, and never again do they walk through the veil of mortal sorrows.”

~from “The Book of Gleanings” within “The Kolbrin,” Chapter 15, The Voice of God


There are so many events, many millions of years ago, that we all don’t know, but those events, all of them are recorded and kept in the library planet very far away from here on Earth.

Electronic civilizations occurred a very long time ago in different times and ages.

Earth is ruled by many gods and it is true also that none of them are good ones except the Celestial Sons who watched the Earth closely and recorded all events billions of years ago and no events on Earth were missed.

Since those gods invaded Earth, as their last resort, this Earth was already occupied by other gods and battles were seen up in the heavens and also seen by many beings in many galaxies that marked the planet Earth, “The 3rd Dimension Planet for the Killing Machines.”

That is the reason why we try to make contact from the good beings from another star, but get no replies.

As long as planet Earth is not unified yet with the “Peaceful Universal Community,” it will remain an easy target by those exiled gods, space travelers, that until now are ruling the Earth.


The human form star beings that are us, are from very, very far galaxies and planets and that is our origin, your origin.

This is a fact that was hidden from all human beings.

The suffering of humans and their silent prayers are truly heard out there and witnessed by many peaceful beings on their screens in every galaxy and planet in every dimension.

In this coming time, no one can “stir” humans anymore. Those negative evil beings have to retire permanently, together with their allies, the bad ETs and their slaves; all of them have to go.

Spacecrafts are used by the Celestial Sons as a tool for fixing things until it is done.

When it comes to upgrading planets into another dimension, that is their area of expertise.

They have been designing for billions of years and all of them are immortals. They are also escorted by their brothers in spaceships.

After they are done, the “form” they created for themselves and used will just fade away and then goodbyes will be said to their brothers.

The great love of brotherhood of the Celestial Sons is superior in every way that we humans are just beginning to understand but soon, things will be better.

Soon, we will all be home.

~excerpts from Albert and the Celestial Sons



…the illogical system of reincarnation is another important thing to be realized-just think about it. Reincarnation serves the purpose of letting people die and live again, as I am sure we can all agree on. What is falsely put forth in regards of reincarnation is that it is something to actually be wanted, that it is “natural” and part of our spiritual development. New Agers claim the Earth to be a “school” in where we develop by reincarnation. If that was the case, then obviously you would need to remember your past lives to be able to learn from them and develop. This is not the case, simply because reincarnation is not a way for spiritual development, it is the complete opposite, a way to remove you from your spirituality and your true self, by putting upon you amnesia from life to life so you will not remember who you were, where you came from, what you have done, and so on. Instead, you are forced to start “all over,” again and again, century after century. It could rather be called a “devolution of the spirit” than an “evolution of the spirit.”

You are not here for any “purpose”-you are here because you are trapped, in the illusions and programming. The only time you will “ascend” or go “further” is when you realize this and manage to keep your awareness with you at the time of death.

The only thing you will learn here is what deception and lies and illusions are-not because you are “supposed to,” but because you have been forced to, partially by your own choice.

Your purpose is higher, your real selves are cleaner, more pure, here you are just a small grain of your own selves, if even that. You barely know even the slightest about yourself and your origins-and the small things you know are mostly lies and deceit, so it leaves you with even less.

Remember, you are on one of the lowest forms of existence, and there are many gods and creators above you responsible for the different realms and programming which you reside within.

The good thing is that you can also create and be Gods, as you too have these powers within you because in the end you are all One and part of the Ultimate Source, thus you can control and dictate your own lives if you want to-as long as you learn how to.

~excerpts of Maggador’s comments on

“… As long as you are not aware of the continual law of Die and Be Again, you are merely a vague guest on a dark Earth…”

~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, incarnated Watcher


It is ridiculous to have a Spiritually capable race [Humans] being dominated by advanced bugs and lizards together with evil humans who have no place to go because they are wanted criminals for Universal Law violations and so hide underground in the Earth to avoid capture. However, this is the current situation.

For those of you who live on the surface of the Earth, you need to know that you do not live under the rule of any type of “government.” You live under a cult. You cannot join this cult or even meet its members because they are all safely hidden underground. This cult controls your life and it controls your life to your detriment. If you expect any relief from your situation in the future, you must at the very least become aware of the true nature of your situation. Otherwise, those of you who cannot leave the planet Earth will continue to be “playthings of the gods.”

~from “Playthings of the Gods” by W.C. Vetsch

The Watchers

That man possesses an immortal soul is the common belief of humanity; to this Theosophy adds that he is a soul; and further that all nature is sentient, that the vast array of objects and men are not mere collections of atoms fortuitously thrown together and thus without law evolving law, but down to the smallest atom all is soul and spirit ever evolving under the rule of law which is inherent in the whole. And just as the ancients taught, so does Theosophy; that the course of evolution is the drama of the soul and that nature exists for no other purpose than the soul’s experience.

The Theosophist agrees with Prof. Huxley in the assertion that there must be beings in the universe whose intelligence is as much beyond ours as ours exceeds that of the black beetle and who take an active part in the government of the natural order of things. Pushing further on by the light of the confidence had in his teachers, the Theosophist adds that such intelligences were once human and came like all of us from other and previous worlds, where as varied experience had been gained as is possible on this one. We are therefore not appearing for the first time when we come upon this planet, but have pursued a long, an immeasurable course of activity and intelligent perception on other systems of globes, some of which were destroyed ages before the solar system condensed.

This immense reach of the evolutionary system means, then, that this planet on which we now are is the result of the activity and the evolution of some other one that died long ago, leaving its energy to be used in the bringing into existence of the earth, and that the inhabitants of the latter in their turn came from some older world to proceed here with the destined work in matter. And the brighter planets, such as Venus, are the habitation of still more progressed entities, once as low as ourselves, but now raised up to a pitch of glory incomprehensible for our intellects.

The most intelligent being in the universe, man, has never, then, been without a friend, but has a line of elder brothers who continually watch over the progress of the less progressed, preserve the knowledge gained through aeons of trial and experience, and continually seek for opportunities of drawing the developing intelligence of the race on this or other globes to consider the great truths concerning the destiny of the soul.

These elder brothers also keep the knowledge they have gained of the laws of nature in all departments, and are ready when cyclic law permits to use it for the benefit of mankind. They have always existed as a body, all knowing each other, no matter in what part of the world they may be, and all working for the race in many different ways. In some periods they are well known to the people and move among ordinary men whenever the social organization, the virtue, and the development of the nations permit it. [Moses, Senmut, Artephius, King Solomon, Roger Bacon, Rasputin, Louis XV, Count of St.-Germain, Thomas Paine, Francis Bacon, Annie Besant, Nikola Tesla, Dalida, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe…] For if they were to come out openly and be heard of everywhere, they would be worshipped as gods by some and hunted as devils by others. In those periods when they do come out some of their number are rulers of men, some teachers, a few great philosophers, while others remain still unknown except to the most advanced of the body.

~from “The Ocean of Theosophy” by William Q. Judge

The Authors

But if the Sons of God were not men, but angels, who about the period indicated left their “proper habitation,” and came to earth for the purpose of gratifying unlawful and unnatural desires, we have, in this, a cause at once adequate and likely to produce the unparalleled evil, which led to the ruin of the old world. Were not fallen spirits, dwelling amongst mankind, and intimately associated with them, very capable of producing the gross and widely-spread depravity of conduct and morals, which prevailed in those times? And was not this depravity a natural result of the abode on earth, not only of these fallen but powerful beings, but also of another mighty and lawless race, who owed their origin to them?

When we reflect on the evil which fallen spirits have wrought in this world-of the untold miseries which one successful act of an evil angel has caused to our race-of the power exercised by such spirits, and the ills which they inflicted on individuals, at the time of the sojourn on earth of Him, who will eventually bruise the serpent’s head-we discern in the character and degree of the evil prevalent in the antediluvian age, the strongest reason for believing that fallen angels, and their offspring, were the prime cause and authors of it.

~from “The Fallen Angels and the Heroes of Mythology” by John Fleming

The Immortals

Echoing still through lapse of ages, silent voices from
        the past,
Thrilling with a wondrous sweetness, filling life with
        thoughts more vast;
Dust as dust can never claim them, living in the
        deeds they wrought,-
Heroes, sages, poets, painters, great in deed or grand
        in thought;
Still amongst us ever living, these immortals come
        and go,
Half of earth and half of heaven, when in flesh they
        dwell below.
Mortal still they chain, and bind us by the mystery of
        their power:
Music, as a god exulting, falling like a golden shower;
Pictured scenes as fair as nature, gleaming moonlight,
        burning sun,
Still shall live and gladden thousands, though the
        master’s work is done;
Still the poet’s page shall charm us when the hand
        that wrote is cold.
Grand Immortals, still undying, thy living memories
        earth must hold.

~from “Glimpses Beyond the Veil” by Laura A. Whitworth

Memos from Earth

Crop circle distribution near Stonehenge 2014-16

Crop circle distribution near Stonehenge, 2014-16
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The Wicked and The Good

Man was raised out of the womb of Earth to rule its surface, but here the existing powers gather into two camps of everlasting hostility. Life opposes death, the champions of light challenge the champions of darkness, Truth confronts falsehood.

There is a leader of light and a leader of darkness, a commander of life and a commander of death. The legions of wickedness oppose the legions of the upright. At birth all are cast out upon the battlefield of life and join the legions arrayed on one side or the other.

According to his rank in the legion of Truth, so does a man fight against falsehood. By his standing in the eyes of the commander of light, so is a man placed in opposition to his adversary in the legion of darkness.

The wicked will be delivered to the sharp edge of the sword, but the good will be remembered.

~from “The Teachings of Sadek” within “The Kolbrin”


“The One became Two. The Neuter became Bi-Sexual. Male and Female—the Two in One—evolved from the Neuter. And the Work of Creation began.”

In this Third Aphorism of Creation the Rosicrucian is directed to apply his attention to the conception of the World Soul—the First Manifestation of the Eternal Parent—as a Bi-sexual Universal Being. This Bi-Sexual Universal Being, combining within itself the elements and principles of both Masculinity and Femininity, is known in the Rosicrucian Teachings as “The Universal Hermaphrodite,” and “The Universal Androgyne.”


According to the Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians, there are present in All-Creation the activities of a Male Principle and a Female Principle, both Universal in Nature, Character and Extent—both Opposing Aspects of the World Soul—which act and react, one upon the other, and thus produce all Creative Activity and the “Cosmic Becoming” or Universal Activity and Change. And the teachings also are that these Two Sex Principles operate and manifest upon every plane of Life, from the Sub-Mineral, on to the Mineral, on to the Plant, on to the Animal, on to the Human, or to the Super-Human, on to the Angelic or God-like. And, likewise, that in every Thing in Creation there is present and manifest the activity of Sex.


The ancient teachings taught positively that there was present and active Sex in all Manifested Creation; and Modern Science is beginning to teach that the evidence of the presence of Sex in every Thing is conclusive.

The ancient teachings, which were later embodied in the early Rosicrucian teachings, held that in order that there might be Becoming, Change, or Creation, there must be Re-action following Action—the play of one force on another. And the best teachings of the ancients were that these two opposing forces in Nature were Masculine, and Feminine, respectively—dual aspects of the Universal Being.


In short, on each and every plane of Life, physical, mental, or spiritual there is found present and active the Universal Principle of Sex, in some of its phases and forms. Sex cannot be escaped in Nature—the Universe is Bi-Sexual, and all Creation, on every plane, is caused by Sex and Sex only. A full understanding of this important fact would revolutionize the conceptions of modern science, and render practicable many important ideas which now exist merely as dreams in the minds of the advanced scientists. To those who cannot see this plainly, we would say: It is admitted that all physical and mental phenomena depend for activity upon the Law of Attraction. When it is discovered that the law of Attraction proceeds along the lines of Sex, and Sex alone, then it is seen that all activity is Sex-Activity.

~from “The Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians” by Magus Incognito (William Walker Atkinson)

Joy And Sorrow

Were there no darkness we could not know light, were there no sorrow we would never know joy.

Sorrow chisels out a storehouse within the soul, wherein may be stored the things of the spirit. The deeper sorrow carves, the more of these the storehouse will hold. Sorrow digs the well from which are drawn the refreshing waters of compassion and understanding; the deeper the well, the more pure its waters.


Joy and sorrow are inseparable companions, one reveals the other. They enter your life together and thenceforth keep the watches with you. Always one remains by your side, while the other sleeps.

You are suspended in the scales balanced between joy and sorrow, and not until you become an empty body do the balances stand at rest. As life pours out your moulding portion into the scales, so the balances of joy and sorrow fall and rise.


He who sorrows before sorrow is called for is sorrowful for the sake of sorrow; he loves sorrow, for sorrow, like pain, can give pleasure to the abnormal.

He who seeks pleasure among fickle things of no substance can know but the fleeting glance of joy. When kindled, straw blazes up immediately and as quickly fades, but hard timber glows redly for long and its heat lasts.

The afflicting blows of sorrow that strengthen the spirit on the road, that it may stride forward until it reaches green pastures of contentment, are better for man than the soft allurements of pleasure. For these sap the strength from his heart, so that he becomes incapable of enduring distress. For the misty shape of joy too often lures man into the morass of regret, or plunges him into the pool of despair.

~from Chapter 36 of “The Book of Morals and Precepts” within “The Kolbrin”


Man’s state of Consciousness can be no better than the state of his body.

Man’s body, serving as radio and television on the physical plane, is composed of trillions of cells, each cell being composed of millions of atoms, and each atom a miniature solar system, with “planets” in the form of electrons and protons, revolving at tremendous speed round a common center of attraction, the nucleus.

Each atom and each cell in the body is Intelligized by Cosmic Consciousness and Vitalized by Cosmic Force. Through the Infinite Atom man’s Consciousness comes directly from the Cosmic Source, and is limited by his limited capacity to receive and express it.

This is the Secret Power, almost unknown, which rules men and arranges them in many classes, from the highest to the lowest. Those of each class manifest a state of Intelligence according to the condition of their body, the radio. The better the body’s condition, the greater the Intelligence it will manifest. There is no known way to put much Intelligence into the degenerate brain of a dunce.

There in a nutshell is the secret why certain men possess greater powers of Consciousness than others do. It is not a question of attuning ourselves to the “Wisdom of the Ages,” as stated by the advertisements in the magazines, but of improving the state of the body, the instrument of reception and manifestation.

~from “Ancient Secret of Personal Power: Tetragrammaton” by Hilton Hotema


Life is the grand searcher of the human heart to whom it is given to unseal the fountain of the soul. If we devote our lives to an object which commands all our love and unceasingly labour at its realization then we become co-workers with the great Architect and the Master-builders of the heavenly mansions in which harmony, order and beauty reign supreme. Let us comply, then, with the laws laid down for the orderly raising of our spiritual edifice, and the indwelling Lord will not tarry to make His presence known.

Scientists assure us that the beautiful workings of natural law can be studied and observed in the development of morbid phenomena just as much as in the unfoldment of healthy growths. The regularity, exactness, faithfulness of these tiny molecules and atoms and electrons making up the cells and the organs are equally admirable whether they work for the preservation of an organism or for its destruction. There is strict obedience to given laws which are never violated, nor departed from. The sole exception being when a higher law intervenes which suspends the effects of the lower.

~from “The Diary of a Child of Sorrow” by Elias Gewurz

Crescent Moon And Star, Ever-Burning Lamp


Crop circle appeared 8 July 2016 adjacent to Stonehenge. Thanks to Hugh Newman for sharing this photo on the web.

“The 7-pointed star (also called the Fairy or Elven Star) represents the Pleiadian Star System, known as the Seven Sisters, & was named after the daughters of Atlas & Pleione. According to Greek mythology, Orion the hunter fell in love with the sisters & their mother. He pursued them relentlessly for seven years trying to win their affections. Eventually, the god Zeus intervened & transformed the seven sisters into doves to help them escape from Orion’s advances. The doves flew into the sky to become the stars we see today. The word “Pleiades” in Greek means “doves.” This mystical star system has been revered throughout antiquity, & has been called the center of the Universe, the seat of immortality, & the home of the Divine.”

Since ancient times, the symbol of a crescent moon and star has been used. Long ago, the Greeks used it to represent the goddess Diana.


Fear, love, joy, sadness, lust, eager desire, anger, pity, emulation, admiration,-these motions of affections of the mind exist from the beginning of man’s creation by the Lord; and they were usefully and advantageously introduced into human nature, that by governing himself by these with method, and in accordance with reason, man may be able, by acting manfully, to exercise those good qualities, by means of which he would justly have deserved to receive from the Lord eternal life. For these affections of the mind being restrained within their proper limits, that is, being rightly employed, produce at present good qualities, and in the future eternal rewards. But when they advance beyond their boundaries, that is, when they turn aside to an evil course, then vices and iniquities come forth, and produce everlasting punishments.

~from “Fragments of Lactantius” within “The Ante-Nicene Fathers”


The Mother Church, born in darkness, developed in the blood of millions of innocent victims who refused to embrace its false dogma, sustained by instilling the fear of death into the mind of the masses, beholds the brilliant reflection of the Golden Dawn and trembles.

For the sign of the approach of the Golden Dawn heralds the revival of the lost Wisdom of the Ancient Magi, which informs man of the mysteries of Creation that will liberate his mind from the fear of death.


The Lost Wisdom taught man that he is Life, and that Life had no beginning and has no ending. The condition called death pertains only to the body and not to Life. And the body was never alive. It was only the mechanism used by Life to perform its regular duties in the visible world according to the laws of Creation.

THERE IS NO DEATH. The condition called death is the regular creative process that releases the Eternal Ego from its earthly prison. This process is a change that is not understood by man, due to false teaching of the Church, designed to keep man in darkness and ignorance. The Apostle Paul clearly expounded this baffling secret in these words:

“Behold, I show you a mystery: We shall not sleep (in death), but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump.” (1 Cor. 15:51, 52).     _ ;)_

What Paul called change is the liberation of the Divine Ego from its earthly prison, so it can return to its heavenly home. And so Death, when correctly understood, is a blessing, not a curse, and was so regarded by the Ancient Magi.

The Gnostic poet Phocylides declared that, “After we have left our earthly prison we shall be gods, for in us dwell immortal and incorruptible souls.”

A tomb inscription at Petilia, in Italy, which dates back to Fourth Century B.C., said: “It is a glorious mystery which comes to us from the blessed gods; for us mortals, death is not an evil but a good.”

Theognia asserted: “Life in the flesh is but deception and misery.”

Sophocles stated: “The first good thing is to be born, and the second is to die as soon as possible.”

The ancient philosopher Cleombrotus, of Ambracia, threw himself from a tower, that with a single leap he might return to his heavenly home.

Hegasias of Cyrene, surnamed Peisithanates (he who advocates death as a blessing), made a business of teaching that Death is far better than Life. His disciples killed themselves in such numbers that Ptolemy Philadelphus closed his school and banned him from teaching in Alexandria.

~from “The Golden Dawn” by Hilton Hotema
Thanks to the photographer for sharing this photo on the web.


If a man would know Heaven, he must first know Earth. Man cannot understand Heaven until he understands Earth. He cannot understand God until he understands himself, and he cannot know love unless he has been loveless.

God is unknown but not unknowable. He is unseen but not unseeable. God is unheard but not unhearable.

He is not understood but He is understandable.

The goal of life is upstream, not downstream. Man must struggle against the current, not drift with the flow.

A child is born knowing all God intended it to know, the rest it must discover for itself. Man does not live to increase the glory of God, this cannot be done, but to increase the glory of man.

He who worships with empty rituals wastes his time and displays the shallowness of his thought. That which man does to benefit man is good, but if he seeks to gratify God it is a labour of ignorance showing disrespect for God whose nature is above that of earthly princes. A lifting hand is worth ten wagging tongues.

Be a man of fortitude and courage. Prepare to fight, for Earth gives man but two choices: to struggle or perish. There is work to be done in the Garden of God, therefore cease useless performances and word-wasting discussions, go, pick up the hoe and tackle the task to hand.

This is the secret of life: Man lives in God and God lives in man. This answers all questions.

~from “The Third of the Egyptian Scrolls” within “The Kolbrin”

The Obscure Night

The harmlessness of the dove and the innocence of the child are principles to be deeply sunk into the mind for which regeneration is sought. No amount of cleverness or intellectual acumen will save a soul from shipwreck on the shoreless seas of the inner life. Childlike trust in the Vision and obedience to it will prove a real source of strength and save the aspirant from a host of enemies as cruel as they are subtle, and all the more mighty because they are not seen nor known to the waking mind. The obscure night is the hunting ground for all sorts and conditions of inferior spirits, preying upon the poor aspirants who have entered it unprepared, with all their weaknesses and failings still clinging to them. Even the smallest foible may become a grave menace to the disciple when far advanced on the Path. It is like a crevice in the armour of a warrior standing in an exposed position and facing the enemy’s ranks.

~from “The Diary of a Child of Sorrow” by Elias Gewurz

Darkness Of The Night

Rabbi Simeon Ben Jochai was very ill and his disciples gathered round his bed to listen to the words of wisdom falling from his lips in the midst of his agonies. Being overcome by the sight of his suffering Teacher, one of them, asked, “Rabbi, why should a pure and holy soul like yours have to suffer such anguish?” And at once a voice from the spheres (Bath-Kol, they call it) was heard, saying, “Do not question the wisdom of Him who knows better than flesh and blood. It is His will, and His will is law, and the law decrees that the balance shall be preserved as above so below; those who are to enter into the great joy must first partake of the bitter cup, and he who is to see the glorious light must first pass through the darkness of the night.”

~from “Collected Hebrew Legends”

One With Divinity

The subconscious mind or self is man’s storehouse of memory. It contains a perfect account of all his experiences and embodies all the history of his consciousness. From the time that man as a spirit was projected from the Godhead this subconscious self has kept his records. Man is today the sum total of those experiences. It is the formative side of his personality, molding his lives according to the directions given by the conscious mind.

The superconscious mind or self is the highest portion of man, for it is the eternal spark of the Divine. It is the spirit enlightener within man, which is his true conscience or guide. When the other two phases of mind, the conscious and subconscious, are in perfect attunement and harmony with this mind, man is master of himself and his conditions. This portion of mind in man is One with Divinity…

~from “Researches In Reincarnation and Beyond” by A.R. Martin

Wisdom Of The Ancient Masters

Man does not fall into sin, nor lose his soul (solar spark).

In the upper half (Heaven) of the Circle, man is invisible Spirit. In the lower half (Earth) he is vested, robed in a carnal body, thus corresponding with his environment.

He now becomes “lost” in the physical world of change on the tempestuous “Sea of Illusion,” across which he must sail…

The Masters taught that birth in the physical world is the descent of Spirit into Matter; and that death in the physical world is Birth in the Spiritual World, the Born Again process, the return to man’s original status…


The Masters fabulized Incarnation as death and burial of Spirit in Matter. They said, “The Soul becomes ‘cribbed, cabined and confined’ in the limitations of the carnal body, as it loses a dimension of Consciousness at each step on the descending path. It becomes bound in the sensual and palpable, after previously having had the power to range at will throughout limitless space and Universal Thought.”

According to the Masters, when the Spirit descends into its physical temple, on its approach and at the moment of its divulsion from its celestial abode, there ensues an intermediate or preparatory stage, a diminution of Consciousness, termed a swoon.

In the “Tibetan Book of the Dead,” a rare work which the church failed to find and destroy, the celestial body is represented as retrograding step by step into the lower state of Consciousness. Each step downward to incarnation is preceded by a swooning into unconsciousness. This swooning on the descent, from the upper (Heaven) to the lower (Earth) part of the Circle, is comparable to falling asleep.


According to the Masters, incarceration of Cosmic Spirit in the Terrestrial Cross (human body) is the process that forms and fixes as an eternal entity, the Individual Consciousness of each person on the Astral Plane.

That is the purpose of living. That is the reason why man comes into being. That is the Cosmic Process by which Individuality comes out of Universality.

The Masters taught that, as a rule, seven such incarnations are required to accomplish that definite state of Eternal, Individual Consciousness.


The Masters strove for such perfection of Mental Powers in the primary incarnation, that subsequent incarcerations of the Cosmic Spirit in Matter were unnecessary.

~from “Mystery Man of the Bible” by Hilton Hotema


Adversity and affliction, like the smith, shape as they strike. They stand as challengers on the pathway to Truth, and test the aspirants for godhood.

Adversity and affliction are to be expected, for they are necessities for the training of man. Therefore, be not bitter at the trials of life or the chastisement of the One God. A father who omits to chastise his children is careless of their welfare.

Calamity ever lurks at the heels of man, it dogs his footsteps wheresoever he turns. It strikes in the dark like those who lay in wait for the wayfarer, it haunts the residences of prosperity and peace. The wise man is ever girt to meet it, in the halls of pleasure he carries a sword.

Adversity operates according to the Law. It is as the fire which sets the pot or the hammer which tempers metal. It divides the weak from the strong and the worthy from the unworthy. It is the grindstone which sharpens the sword of courage. It is the comb which adds lustre to the cloth of virtue.

Man is the child of misfortune, those who never knew calamity have gone. Earth does not unnecessarily oppress man, as the weaklings declare, her role is to instruct and develop, and can this be done without chastisement? There is a time for instruction and a time for play, Earth provides both and she is not unduly harsh. Life contains far more pleasure than pain, far more joy than sorrow. He who wants all play and no labour has no place on Earth. Instruction is rarely wholly a pleasure, nor is learning inseparable from chastisement.

~from chapter 35 of “The Book of Morals and Precepts” within “The Kolbrin”

We’re Going Home

Many light years away from this planet are so many more planets. In every dimension lies millions and millions of planets. There lie so many higher civilizations.

Indeed, they are in many forms and sizes; they are all humans.

While we are proud to be ourselves for what we are and what humans have achieved, many of their invented spacecrafts for personal transportation travel 10 million miles per hour in earth time counting.

But many are advanced spacecraft that travel in a speed of light that are used for long distance purposes.

Many also from those higher civilizations had been in war just like here on earth but that was millions of years ago as a part of their histories. They are now in a higher level of understanding and there are so many of them.

As part of their goal; invention, sharing of knowledge and most of all, they all realize the power of Creation as a source of all life and they respect all life in the Universes and their intention is for the good of all living beings anywhere and everywhere they go.

Not every solar system works in the same way. Many work in many secrets. Many solar systems also don’t need suns and moons for they are designed in many ways.

In every solar system there are guards. They call themselves the Celestial Sons.


There are so many of the them guarding the secrets and many more secrets of the Universes and Galaxies but welcome all humans who begin to realize the light within them as a part of Creation.

Don’t you feel that you’re going home soon?

~excerpts from Albert and the Celestial Sons


For never, O my Son, shall, or can that soul, which, while it is in the body, lightens and lifts up itself to know and comprehend that which is good and true, slide back to the contrary. For it is infinitely enamoured thereof, and forgetteth all evils; and when it hath learned and known its Father and Progenitor, it can no more apostatize or depart from that good.


For this only, O Son, is the way to Truth, which our Progenitors travelled in; and by which making their journey, they at length attained to the good. It is a venerable way and plain, but hard and difficult for the soul to go in that is in the body.

~from “The First Book of the Divine Pymander” by Hermes Trismegistus

Help From Home

Remember the divine message given to Les Visible on 1 February 2016:
(In infinite gratitude, thank you, Les.)

“I have said these things to you this evening because the impact of these statements on you is going to be more profound than anything that has been exchanged between us at any time before and I have asked you to write these thoughts down, because there are those who come here to whom much that has been said tonight, also applies. I determine the power that attends the words of anyone who speaks or thinks they speak on my behalf. Though I am generally unseen and unnoticed, I am here now. I am moving through the whole spectrum of human events. Like the wind that is unseen but whose effects are seen, in just that way… I am here and I AM here, so all that have previously been in doubt and sorely tried, should take enormous comfort in what is being said. Faster than lightning, I can change anything into anything and I fully intend to do so to dramatic effect, though not as randomly as the statement may seem to indicate but rather, surgically precise.”


“I am moving through the whole spectrum of human events.”

“…I can change anything into anything and I fully intend to do so to dramatic effect, though not as randomly as the statement may seem to indicate but rather, surgically precise.”

With surgical precision (Brexit Vote), our help from home is here.


Truth is not a quality of Earth but an infusion from the Greater Region beyond the veil, where Truth is manifested in purity. Here on Earth things do not disclose their true nature to the eye, for the things we see with the eye are as the eye sees them, and not as they are in reality and Truth. The eye is a poor interpreter of reality.

To attain Truth man must reach out beyond Earth and himself. While he remains bound to Earth he may perceive the light of Truth only dimly in its reflection from the source afar.

Nevertheless, to strive for Truth must be one of the main aims of life. Therefore, Earth, the wise instructress, teaches man the nature of deceit and places it all about him, that he may observe its ways and learn to distinguish its illusions. It is in the nature of a game wherein man tries to discover what is reality, so far with little success. For the road to Truth lies through the thick forests of illusion and across the wide wastelands of deceit.

~from chapter 34 of “The Book of Morals and Precepts” within “The Kolbrin”

On June 23, 2016, humanity traveled through “the thick forests of illusion and across the wide wastelands of deceit,” carried by the hearts and determination of our sisters and brothers in the UK who have voted to leave the European Union. To our sisters and brothers in the UK: all of humanity thanks you.


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“The usual conception of the term Time—an indescribable something flowing at a constant rate—is erroneous,” replied my comrade. “Time is humanity’s best friend, and should be pictured as a ministering angel, instead of a skeleton with hour-glass and scythe.”

“Time does not fly, but is permanent and quiescent, while restless, force-impelled matter rushes onward. Force and matter fly; Time reposes. At our birth we are wound up like a machine, to move for a certain number of years, grating against Time. We grind against that complacent spirit, and wear not Time but ourselves away. We hold within ourselves a certain amount of energy, which, an evanescent form of matter, is the opponent of Time.”

“Time has no existence with inanimate objects. It is a conception of the human intellect. Time is rest, perfect rest, tranquillity such as man never realizes unless he becomes a part of the sweet silences toward which human life and human mind are drifting.”

~from “Etidorhpa or the End of Earth” by John Uri Lloyd


The system of Druidism embraced every religious and philosophical pursuit which was then known in the island; and had a further tendency to spread liberty, peace, and happiness amongst mankind. The rites bore an undoubted reference to the salvation of Noah and his seven companions in the Ark…

The places of initiation and worship were generally…circular, because a circle was a significant emblem of the universe, governed and preserved by an omnipresent deity, who is described in the writings of Hermes Trismegistus, as a circle whose centre is everywhere, and whose circumference is nowhere…

~from “The History of Initiation, In Twelve Lectures” by George Oliver

Nothing Beyond You

Again the Adept, reading my thoughts, answered: “Mortal man, as you know him, is an intellectual animal, living a sort of dream-life among dream-pictures which he mistakes for realities. Real man is a celestial being, a soul dwelling temporarily within a material body. Within this organism the spiritual, divine spark finds the proper soil to generate and develop the immortal man, as has been described by Saint Paul, who speaks of that spark of divine consciousness as being sown in corruption and raised in incorruption. This spiritual man is in each person his or her personal God and Redeemer. While a man is unacquainted with the processes going on in his invisible organism, he will have little power to guide and control these processes; he will resemble a plant, which is dependent for its growth on the elements which are unconsciously brought to it by the winds and the rains, or which may accidentally be found in its surroundings; it has neither the power to prevent nor to promote its own growth. But when man obtains a knowledge of the constitution of his own soul, when he becomes conscious of the processes going on in its organism and learns to guide and control them, he will be able to command his own growth. He will become free to select or to reject the psychic influences which come within his sphere, he will become his own master and attain–so to say–psychic locomotion. He will then be as much superior to a man without such knowledge and power as an animal is superior to a plant; for while an animal may go in search of its food and select or reject what it pleases, the plant is chained to its place and depends entirely on the conditions which that one place affords. The ignorant depends on the conditions prepared for him; the wise can choose his conditions himself.

“And what will be the end and object of this?” I asked.

“The end of it,” was the answer, “is that the soul of man enjoys supreme bliss in realising that she herself is everything and that there is nothing beyond her. The object is that mortal man shall become immortal, and a perfect instrument for the manifestation of divine wisdom.”

~from “With the Adepts: An Adventure Among the Rosicrucians” by Franz Hartmann


Suffering and affliction are unavoidable if man is to develop into the godlike being intended. He must grow spiritually strong, possessing both courage and compassion, and to do this he cannot be protected from suffering and affliction. Can the over-sheltered plant kept indoors withstand either the sun’s heat or the windy blast? Compassion was awakened in the heart of man only through suffering, and the noble qualities of courage and dedication were roused only through affliction. Those who, in the past, bore their suffering with fortitude became uplifting examples to their fellowmen.

However, it must be remembered that pain and suffering do not, of themselves, develop spirituality. They are not so important, but what is important is the manner in which they are endured, the spirited rising to the challenge and the courageous conquest. The suffering of each man should be an offering dedicated to the uplifting of mankind.

~from “The Book of Wisdom” within “The Kolbrin”

Immortal And Divine

“Let us now turn to the Rosses Point country, which, as we have already said, is one of the very famous places for seeing the ‘gentry,’ or as educated Irish seers who make the pilgrimages thither call them, the Sidhe. I have been told by more than one such seer that there on the hills and Green-lands (a great stretch of open country, treeless and grass-grown), and on the strand at Lower Rosses Point—called Wren Point by the country-folk—these beings can be seen and their wonderful music heard; and a well-known Irish artist has shown me many drawings, and paintings in oil, of these Sidhe people as he has often beheld them at those places and elsewhere in Ireland.”

"She Waits"  Rosses Point, Sligo, Ireland

“She Waits”
Rosses Point, Sligo, Ireland

“They are described as a race of majestic appearance and marvellous beauty, in form human, yet in nature divine. The highest order of them seems to be a race of beings evolved to a superhuman plane of existence, such as the ancients called gods; and with this opinion, strange as it may seem in this age, all the educated Irish seers with whom I have been privileged to talk agree, though they go further, and say that these highest Sidhe races still inhabiting Ireland are the ever-young, immortal divine race known to the ancient men of Erin as the Tuatha De Danann.”
~from “The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries” by W.Y. Evans-Wentz

"The Riders of the Sidhe" John Duncan 1911 McManus Galleries, Dundee

“The Riders of the Sidhe”
John Duncan 1911
McManus Galleries, Dundee

Thanks to the photographer for sharing this photo online.

Nine & Kings & The End Of Things

A legendary property of digit sums is that the digit sum of all multiples of 9 is 9.



…if you had lived, you would be 54 years old.
…you’ve been gone from this drama for 18 years.

tick, tock… tick, tock…


“As witches in the 1970’s, we believed that there was something ‘magickal’ about the royal family. Countless spells were done in many covens to bring to pass an occult prophecy. When a woman would sit on the English throne bearing the name of the Great Mother Goddess, the child she would bear would be an incarnation of the celebrated King Arthur. We conjured tirelessly to bring this to pass. It would be analogous to the Second Coming of the Lord to a Christian.”

“Along came Lady Diana Spencer. Of course, Diana is the name of the goddess, even in the Bible (see Acts 19:35). Her bloodline is even more ancient and ‘royal’ than Charles’ is. She can trace her ancestry back to the Scottish House of Stewart (at least to King Charles II).”
“Thus, Diana’s firstborn son, William (from our former occult perspective) would be very special indeed. He would not just be the heir apparent to the throne of England, he would also represent the confluence of two powerful occult bloodlines.”
“Additionally, to create the rebirth of King Arthur in young Prince William Arthur Philip Louis Windsor (born Summer Solstice 1982) would require some extremely powerful magickal energy indeed…”
~from “Rite of the Divine King” by William Schnoebelen


“When the queen decides she’s going to hand down more responsibilities, I’ll be the first person to accept them,” he said. “There’s an order of succession and I’m at the bottom at the moment so there is the time and space and future to take on more and develop more.”
~Prince William Arthur, April 2016


“The royal couple want to give their children as normal an upbringing as possible away from the spotlight, and, at the right time, will make George aware that he is the heir to the throne.” ~ABC News, April 2016


“If Prince William succeeded The Queen we’d also then have the problem of an infant heir. That is to say, if anything did happen to the Duke, it would be Prince George who succeeded and an infant King is never good for any Monarchy as history shows and doubtless, even less good in Monarchy in the 21st century.”


“The eighty-one Thrones placed within the palace of the Sky, each at the top of nine steps, are of great significance. The Rosicrucian Mysteries consisted of nine lesser and three greater rites or degrees—a system which may be traced directly to the Cabbala. Out of Kether, the universal Crown, issue the nine Sephiroth and from each of these in turn issue nine others. Nine is the sacred number of Man
“The mastery of the nine parts of the soul constitutes the completion of the Lesser Mysteries and the full control of all bodily faculties, functions, and powers.”
~Manly P. Hall, from “The Most Holy Trinosophia”


“To be the sign of the Leg with Everlastingness, to pour out and to be the herald of destruction.”
“And is the outbreathing of Everlastingness. Know that place to be the end. The Leg is the beginning of the destruction.”
“The gate of the end when the Leg or the Waterman turns in the circle.”
~Comte de St.-Germain, from “The Most Holy Trinosophia”


“The keynote throughout this material is that of the approach of the age when the Leg of the Grand Man and the Waterman of the Zodiac shall meet in conjunction at the equinox and end a grand 400,000-year cycle. This points to a culmination of eons, as mentioned in the Apocalypse: ‘Behold! I make a new heaven and a new earth,’ meaning a series of new cycles and a new humanity.”
~Manly P. Hall, from “TMHT”


“At the outpouring of the Almighty (the persecutors or the adversaries) shall be shut up and overcome.”
~Comte de St.-Germain, from “TMHT” 

__  ; ) __
there is someone who knows…


To cast aside the words of experience which guided the Ancients is foolhardy and an invitation to calamity. Therefore, immerse yourself in the writings of the past as in cool waters at the heat of the day, and your spirit will emerge refreshed and strengthened. They will be a steadying oar enabling the vessel of your heart’s desire to alter course and wear against the winds of adversity without capsizing.


The sun is not God, though His creation, for its brightness bestows light and life upon the Earth. It gives warmth to the aged and quickens the child in its mother’s womb. It nourishes the seed and calls forth the green growth. It is the instrument of the High God, His furnace-fire of life. The sun is removed from man at night time, but the True God is always with him. Man never walks alone, he is never unescorted.


Each man’s life should leave its impress on Earth, and each man should depart a better man for having lived. Repine not for lost opportunities, for opportunity does not perish at death. Do your best here and you will do better elsewhere. Be wise here and you will be wiser in another place.


Life is not of the Earth, though is appears thereon. It remains not with the body at death, for it accompanies the soul into the journey beyond the Grim Portal. Death is but the termination of life’s association with the mortal body. The last drawn breath on Earth is a farewell.

Life passes from Earth through the Portal of Death into the existence beyond. Therefore, it is said that the life of man is everlastingly indestructible.

Life alone exists in both spheres but life on Earth is inconsistent. Life is a dancing girl.

~from “The Third Book of the Great Book of the Sons of Fire” within “The Kolbrin”

More Than Men

My friends, the purpose and meaning of life are no longer hidden from you, and you know why you should follow the way of good rather than the way of evil. Every restraint and restriction, every responsibility, every duty and obligation, however obscure the purpose, are imposed with one end in view, your own ultimate benefit and good. Everything unnecessary or purposeless has been winnowed away and only the sustaining grains remain, nothing not worthwhile has been kept.

Yet there is another reason for following this path, for, by refining and strengthening the soulspirit and awakening all its latent powers each man is potentially a Mangod. He is no longer restricted to this sphere and can even contact Great Beings beyond the mountain, and from them learn the truth.

Life itself is real, but as expressed in the Sphere of Matter and Mortality it is little more than an illusion. The true being lives elsewhere, and where it lives man awakes to eternity, the illusion vanishes and he is confronted with the real. In this sphere man dwells in bondage to a belief in the reality of the illusion, he is attached to passing shadows, he seeks to grasp something of substance in a place where nothing is true, substantial and unchanging. Grind a stone to powder and the powder to a powder of powder, and in the end you will have something tangible. Such is the basis of this unsubstantial place.

My friends, you know too well how few soulspirits are awakened from their slumber on the soft couches of agnosia. Of those who do wake to consciousness are some who did so quickly and lovingly embrace the Great Light. They seek diligently and carefully for the tree of love and eagerly eat its nourishing fruit; those are the noble soulspirits, the truly illuminated among men. A ray of light from the Sphere of The Holy Spirit pours the vigour of renewed spiritual life into them, and they become more than men.

~from “The Book of Lucius,” chapter fourteen: “The Last Forest Teachings”
~”The Book of Lucius” exists only in printed and bound versions of “The Kolbrin”


“I am the sleeper awakened from slumber. I am the seed of life eternal. I am the everlasting hope of man. I am a shoot of the Spirit Divine. I am the soul.”

“I have been since the beginning of time and shall be forever. I am the design interwoven in the warp and weft of creation. I am the indestructible essence of life. I am the treasure chest of man’s hopes and aspirations, the storehouse of lost loves and fulfilled dreams.”

“Before time I was an unconscious spirit potential united with the Supreme All. Ever since time began I was in the slumbering sea of spirit, waiting to be drawn forth into separate mortal incarnation. Now, though the mortal body enwrapping me fall apart and decay, I remain everlasting and immortal. Through all the ebb and flow of life, whatever destiny decrees, I remain the everlasting jewel of ages, invisible to mortal eyes and untouchable by mortal hands.”


“I am the imprisoned captive longing for return to the freedom of the infinite. Yet, because of my mortal love I feel heartpangs of sorrow for things that pass away. But I know that beyond the pains inseparable from a sojourn in the vale of tears, there shines a glorious rainbow of hope and joy. There is a place of abiding love centred on the infinite; there, if you will but cherish me, we shall not be denied expression.”

~from “The Song of the Soul,” chapter seventeen of “The Book of Gleanings,” from “The Kolbrin”

“A World In Which We Dwell”

diaphanous man

“There is a world in which we dwell,
And yet a world invisible.
And do not think that naught can be
Save only what with eyes ye see:
I tell ye that, this very hour,
Had but your sight a spirit’s power,
Ye would be looking, eye to eye,
At a terrific company.”
~from: “Hallowe’en, A Romaunt” by Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1845)

(For those with eyes to see: there are two diaphanous beings in this photograph.)
~photo courtesy of Anne Kreilkamp from her blog Exopermaculture

From Our Sisters And Brothers Before Us, A Gift

Greetings, Unborn Ones, now asleep in the dark womb of the future. Greetings from we who were once as you are now and like whom you will one day be. We too hoped and feared, doubted and believed.


Who you are, how you speak and dress (are you even like us in form?) we cannot know or imagine. This alone we know as truth, you are brother beings of ours and travel the road we once trod. We share one destiny and have the same true goal, though perhaps no more know in your day what these are than do in ours. Like to us life comes to you unbidden, it is fraught with problems and difficulties; it alternates between light and shade, and like us you wonder what awaits at the end. You, too, are victims of Earth’s delusions; you, too, find Truth and Perfection beyond your grasp and you, too, aspire to beauty and goodness. These things we know about you, these things must be or you would not exist.


Our Unborn Friends, whatever your circumstances of life you are the children of the past and heirs of those who have lived and died. We trust you have no cause to reproach those who once held stewardship over your estate. But whatever you think of the heritage, you cannot put it aside, any more than you can refuse the obligations of life. Maybe it brings you the happiness and security, the peace and plenty we never knew. If so, this will remain unread, for to you it would be a wilderness of words serving no purpose. If you have so much, if you have progressed so far, nothing we could give would be of benefit. To the traveler, information about the road behind is worthless. If this is your state we hail you, we are proud of you, our worthy children of light, conceived in the long dark years wherein we laboured and ploughed our own short furrow. You have done well and our greatest joy would be to stand beside you as you exaltingly reach out for the crowning glory of godhood.

But you may be no more enlightened than we, in which case accept our offering (The Kolbrin) as a token of our regret, our desire to make amends on behalf of those who preceded you, for if you remain lost in spiritual darkness the blame is theirs and not yours.


So, Unborn Unknowable Ones, we humbly tender this, the gift of the past which we could not pass on otherwise. If you have advanced far along the road towards greatness, it will have no value; but if you still dally or have wandered away, lost in the illusive mists of worldliness and none answers your cries, then take this hand extending out of the past. It will guide you faithfully and well.

Down through the generations men have been persecuted, have suffered and died so that Truth and Goodness might prevail, remember them. If the world is good, then your peace and pleasures have been brought by their sacrifices. If it is not, then you must not quibble over the cost to yourselves in making it good. Surely no torments and terrors in your days could exceed those of the past!

Farewell, Unborn Ones, with these few words we have reached from the day of the present into the night of the future. We have planted the seed, will it grow or rot in the ground? What crop will it produce? We cannot know. Let fate deal with it as it will, we have gathered the seed, flailed and winnowed it and kept it with every care.

We have planted well, we can do no more.

May life deal better with you than with us. May you never be denied the comforting hand of hope. Farewell!

~excerpts from “The Salutation or Prologue to the Bronzebook” within “The Kolbrin”

Your True Nature

For Man is a Divine living thing, and is not to be compared to any brute Beast that lives upon Earth, but to them that are above in Heaven, that are called Gods.

Rather, if we shall be bold to speak the truth, he that is a Man indeed is above them or at least they are equal in power, one to the other. For none of the things in Heaven will come down upon Earth, and leave the limits of Heaven, but a Man ascends up into Heaven, and measures it.

And he knoweth what things are on high, and what below, and learneth all other things exactly.

And that which is the greatest of all, he leaveth not the Earth, and yet is above: So great is the greatness of his Nature.

Wherefore we must be bold to say, That an Earthly Man is a mortal God, and that the Heavenly God is an immortal Man.

Wherefore, by these two are all things governed, the World and Man; but they and all things else of that which is One.

~from “The Key,” the fourth book of “The Divine Pymander” by Hermes Trismegistus

Selected Gracian Maxims

i Everything is at its Acme;
especially the art of making one’s way in the world. There is more required nowadays to make a single wise man than formerly to make Seven Sages, and more is needed nowadays to deal with a single person than was required with a whole people in former times.

iv Knowledge and Courage
are the elements of Greatness. They give immortality, because they are immortal. Each is as much as he knows, and the wise can do anything. A man without knowledge, a world without light. Wisdom and strength, eyes and hands. Knowledge without courage is sterile.

xvi Knowledge and Good Intentions
together ensure continuance of success. A fine intellect wedded to a wicked will was always an unnatural monster. A wicked will envenoms all excellences: helped by knowledge it only ruins with greater subtlety. ’Tis a miserable superiority that only results in ruin. Knowledge without sense is double folly.

liv Know how to show your Teeth.
Even hares can pull the mane of a dead lion. There is no joke about courage. Give way to the first and you must yield to the second, and so on till the last, and to gain your point at last costs as much trouble as would have gained much more at first. Moral courage exceeds physical; it should be like a sword kept ready for use in the scabbard of caution. It is the shield of great place; moral cowardice lowers one more than physical. Many have had eminent qualities, yet, for want of a stout heart, they passed inanimate lives and found a tomb in their own sloth. Wise Nature has thoughtfully combined in the bee the sweetness of its honey with the sharpness of its sting.

~from “The Art of Worldly Wisdom” by Balthasar Gracian

They Who Live In The Golden Age

“But now I longed for a message of another kind, and chance, if chance there is, brought it, for a man got into the carriage and began to play on a fiddle made apparently of an old blacking-box, and though I am quite unmusical the sounds filled me with the strangest emotions. I seemed to hear a voice of lamentation out of the Golden Age. It told me that we are imperfect, incomplete, and no more like a beautiful woven web, but like a bundle of cords knotted together and flung into a corner. It said that the world was once all perfect and kindly, and that still the kindly and perfect world existed, but buried like a mass of roses under many spadefuls of earth. The faeries and the more innocent of the spirits dwelt within it, and lamented over our fallen world in the lamentation of the wind-tossed reeds, in the song of the birds, in the moan of the waves, and in the sweet cry of the fiddle. It said that with us the beautiful are not clever and the clever are not beautiful, and that the best of our moments are marred by a little vulgarity, or by a pin-prick out of sad recollection, and that the fiddle must ever lament about it all. It said that if only they who live in the Golden Age could die we might be happy, for the sad voices would be still; but alas! alas! they must sing and we must weep until the Eternal gates swing open.”

~from “The Celtic Twilight” by W.B. Yeats

Within Us We Carry The Divine

St. Paul also refers to the “inner experience” by which we come to KNOW. He says, “We speak of wisdom among the perfect, not the wisdom of this world, nor of the Archons (Rulers) of this world, but divine wisdom is a mystery, secret, which none of the Archons of this world know.” An initiation is an extension of consciousness toward an appreciation of universal realities. The mystical ceremonials of the pagans and early Christians were but the outward symbols of inward processes. By obscure rites and pageantries the precious arcana of perfection was transmitted from age to age. The profane were satisfied by the solemnity of the outward forms and rituals, but the Adepts, those who had received the keys, applied the wisdom which was locked within the allegories to perfecting their internal spiritual faculties.


Perfection is not bestowed: it is achieved. Men do not become wise merely through the witnessing of sacred dramas… rather, by the understanding of them. Symbolism is the language of divine truths, a writing by means of which may be intimated things which it is unlawful to actually reveal. “For the mystic symbols are well known to us who belong to the Brotherhood.” (Plutarch). By initiation the rule of works is established. The divine man and the divine in man are brought to completeness by works alone. The adepts of the old schools were “wise Master Builders” with vision to see, with courage to do, and wisdom to remain silent. “There is a secrecy and silence observed in all Mysteries,” wrote Tertullian, the creator of ecclesiastic Latinity.


Says Aretaeus, “Until the soul is set free it works within the body and is obscured by vapors and clay.” By vapors is arcanely signified the appetites and excesses of the emotions which are as substanceless as a mist, and by the clay is meant the unresponsiveness of the corporeal form.


With each increase of our ability to appreciate the magnitudes of the divine plan, we are said to be reborn. Rebirth is the passing out from an old condition into a new state, from an old limitation to a new extension. As we grow in knowledge, our universe seems to enlarge with us, taking on the measure of our new constitution. Wisdom releases.


With the collapse of the old pagan world and the corruption of the early Christian Church, the Mysteries ceased as great institutions. Their doctrines were lost, their priestcrafts were scattered, and their temples fell to ruin. New theories, for the most part superficial and insufficient, took the place of the earlier wisdom; and education, divorced from its spiritual part, laid the foundation for our present chaos. But the wise remained true to the ancient Rites. Those who had received the arcana could not, did not, forget. They gathered in secret, taught in secret and worshipped in secret. The temple fire burned in the hearts of its initiates. The outer forms crumbled away; but the inner spirit, strengthened by its participation in an everlasting truth, was immortal. Out of the darkness of a degenerate civilization, across the desert of sterile centuries, and finally through the Red Sea of the Inquisition the Mystics of the ancient wisdom carried triumphantly the Ark of their covenant.

~Manly P. Hall (from introductory material and commentary of “The Most Holy Trinosophia of the Comte de St.-Germain”)


The number of the Solar year, 365 in days, is the numerical value of the word Neilos (Nile).


“The Nile was the river of time with the number of a year, or year and a day (364 + 1 = 365). It represented the parturient (about to give birth; in labor) water of Isis, or Mother Earth, the moon, the woman, and the cow, also the workshop of Osiris, representing the Tʹsod Olaum of the Hebrews. The ancient name of this river was Eridanus, or the Hebrew Iardan,…”


It was, to put it plainly, the symbol of the personified Earth, or Isis, regarded as the womb of that Earth.


Nevertheless, the three figures 365, or the number of days in a solar year, have but to be read with the Pythagorean Key to find in them a highly philosophical and moral meaning. One instance will be sufficient. It can read:

The Earth-animated by-the Spirit of Life.

3.                   6.                   5.

Simply because 3 is equivalent to the Greek gamma, or G, which letter is the symbol of Gaia (the Earth); while the figure 6 is the symbol of the animating or informing principle, and the 5 is the universal quintessence which spreads in every direction and forms all matter.

~from “The Secret Doctrine” by H.P. Blavatsky

Strange Geoengineering Saudi Arabia


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Later Is Good

I would feel bad about myself if I didn’t share my thoughts with anyone who might be willing to listen to me and so, that’s what I’d like to do.

For those members of the awakened community on Earth and many other open-minded but still-sleeping individuals, the notion that we’re alone in this universe is lunacy. I say it’s lunacy because it is.

This universe, and many others, has scattered throughout it billions and billions of souls who have incarnated into a vessel of some kind or other while living upon one of millions of beautiful, habitable planets. Regardless of how much you think you know, or whether you agree or not with this knowledge, it is absolutely, undeniably true.

This truth, this fact, presents an enormous amount of complication for every soul incarnated in this 3rd dimensional, virtual reality but it doesn’t cause difficulties as a result of spiritual and universal knowledge being hidden from us; the difficulties and confusion are caused by us not being allowed to remember.

If you’re a human with a soul, you’re immortal. In your travels as an immortal soul you’ve incarnated on worlds in vessels of varying types and most likely, you’ve done this on many more than just one world.

Immortal souls, while traveling and exploring throughout infinite expanses of space, will collect and amass memories. There isn’t any way for this not to happen. Immortal souls travel, immortal souls explore and immortal souls remember. The simplicity of this is profound.

Because we understand that this is how our existence as immortal souls works, we know that somewhere, in some place, we have memories that are forgotten because they’re locked away, hidden from us. Endless arguments could be made about where these memories are and how they were taken from us, but the important thing isn’t in those details; the important thing is that we don’t have our memories and that someone or something else does.

Combine the knowledge that billions of souls exist on millions of planets in our universe and that we, as immortal souls, have traveled throughout space but have somehow forgotten everything about our experiences and the only conclusion that can be reasonably reached is that human souls living on Earth are doing so in a prison. Somebody hijacked our memories and we deserve to get them back.

Imagine a world where human souls are living in amnesia and through a divine mechanism of some kind, have their memories restored to them. How would you characterize such an event? An “ascension?” I wouldn’t. To me, it’s more like getting a release from prison or having stolen goods returned to its rightful owners.

There is a divine mechanism which has been working for a very long time, quietly, while humans are completely unaware, that will not only restore our stolen memories to us but also rid our world of darkness and allow us to use our vast experiences and memories to bring light back to our dear, blue Terra.

This divine mechanism is in no hurry, however. In our case, slow is better than fast. Slow means easy. Fast means hard. As a brilliant and beautiful woman once told a young man who asked her if he would see her again, she said, “Hopefully later rather than sooner,” and she was right.

Later is good. Sooner is bad.

She is a very smart woman.


Our Brother Pelagius

“Pelagius, although little is known of him only, he is thought to have come from Britain and personally played an important role in shaping the early character of the Celtic Christianity. Although a priest, Pelagius was a Celtic monk and a highly respected spiritual leader for both laymen and clergy. What is recorded of his behavior denotes his Celtic heritage. He firmly believed in the individual-his free will and his ability to better himself as a spiritual being.”

“The view of Pelagius and his followers firmly held to the Stoic doctrine of the free will of man and the innate goodness of nature, which they claimed, was not corrupted but only modified by sin. Such a stand put them in direct opposition to their great antagonist Augustine. However, their view served for the basis of Pelagianism.”

“… Pelagius is remembered for trying to free mankind from the guilt of Adam. He and his followers remind us once again that in the early history of the Church there were dissenters. The great German theologian Karl Barth a few years ago described British Christianity as ‘incurably Pelagian.’ The rugged individualism of the Celtic monk, his conviction that each person is free to choose between good and evil and his insistence that faith must be practical as well as spiritual remain hallmarks of Christians in Britain. And the British imagination has remained rooted in nature, witnessed by the pastoral poetry and landscape painting in which Britain excels, indeed that peculiar British obsession with gardening is Celtic in origin. Visitors to the British Isles are often shocked at how few people attend church each Sunday. Yet to the Britons, church-goers as well as absentees, the primary test of faith is not religious observance, but daily behavior towards our neighbors—and towards one’s pets, livestock and plants.”