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Hermeticism (2)

Agosto 31st, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă


“As above, so below; as below, so above.”–The Kybalion

This Principle embodies the truth that there is always a Correspondence between the laws and phenomena of the various planes of Being and Life. The old Hermetic axiom ran in these words: “As above, so below; as below, so above.” And the grasping of this Principle gives one the means of solving many a dark paradox, and hidden secret of Nature. There are planes beyond our knowing, but when we apply the Principle of Correspondence to them we are able to understand much that would otherwise be unknowable to us. This Principle is of universal application and manifestation, on the various planes of the material, mental, and spiritual universe–it is an Universal Law. The ancient Hermetists considered this Principle as one of the most important mental instruments by which man was able to pry aside the obstacles which hid from view the Unknown. Its use even tore aside the Veil of Isis to the extent that a glimpse of the face of the goddess might be caught. Just as a knowledge of the Principles of Geometry enables man to measure distant suns and their movements, while seated in his observatory, so a knowledge of the Principle of Correspondence enables Man to reason intelligently from the Known to the Unknown. Studying the monad, he understands the archangel.


“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.”–The Kybalion

This Principle embodies the truth that “everything is in motion”; “everything vibrates”; “nothing is at rest”; facts which Modern Science endorses, and which each new scientific discovery tends to verify. And yet this Hermetic Principle was enunciated thousands of years ago, by the Masters of Ancient Egypt. This Principle explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, result largely from varying rates of Vibration. From THE ALL, which is Pure Spirit, down to the grossest form of Matter, all is in vibration–the higher the vibration, the higher the position in the scale. The vibration of Spirit is at such an infinite rate of intensity and rapidity that it is practically at rest–just as a rapidly moving wheel seems to be motionless. And at the other end of the scale, there are gross forms of matter whose vibrations are so low as to seem at rest. Between these poles, there are millions upon millions of varying degrees of vibration. From corpuscle and electron, atom and molecule, to worlds and universes, everything is in vibratory motion. This is also true on the planes of energy and force (which are but varying degrees of vibration); and also on the mental planes (whose states depend upon vibrations); and even on to the spiritual planes. An understanding of this Principle, with the appropriate formulas, enables Hermetic students to control their own mental vibrations as well as those of others. The Masters also apply this Principle to the conquering of Natural phenomena, in various ways. “He who understands the Principle of Vibration, has grasped the sceptre of power,” says one of the old writers.

Excerpt of The Kybalion, chapter 2, page 9

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Hermeticism (1)

Agosto 31st, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă

The Seven Hermetic Principles

“The Principles of Truth are Seven; he who knows these, understandingly, possesses the Magic Key before whose touch all the Doors of the Temple fly open.”–The Kybalion

The Seven Hermetic Principles, upon which the entire Hermetic Philosophy is based, are as follows:


These Seven Principles will be discussed and explained as we proceed with these lessons. A short explanation of each, however, may as well be given at this point.


“THE ALL is MIND; The Universe is Mental.”–The Kybalion

This Principle embodies the truth that “All is Mind.” It explains that THE ALL (which is the Substantial Reality underlying all the outward manifestations and appearances which we know under the terms of “The Material Universe”; the “Phenomena of Life”; “Matter”; “Energy”; and in short, all that is apparent to our material senses) is SPIRIT, which in itself is UNKNOWABLE and UNDEFINABLE, but which may be considered and thought of as AN UNIVERSAL, INFINITE, LIVING MIND. It also explains that all the phenomenal world or universe is simply a Mental Creation of THE ALL, subject to the Laws of Created Things, and that the universe, as a whole, and in its parts or units, has its existence in the Mind of THE ALL, in which Mind we “live and move and have our being.” This Principle, by establishing the Mental Nature of the Universe, easily explains all of the varied mental and psychic phenomena that occupy such a large portion of the public attention, and which, without such explanation, are non-understandable and defy scientific treatment. An understanding of this great Hermetic Principle of Mentalism enables the individual to readily grasp the laws of the Mental Universe, and to apply the same to his well-being and advancement. The Hermetic Student is enabled to apply intelligently the great Mental Laws, instead of using them in a haphazard manner. With the Master-Key in his possession, the student may unlock the many doors of the mental and psychic temple of knowledge, and enter the same freely and intelligently. This Principle explains the true nature of “Energy,” “Power,” and “Matter,” and why and how all these are subordinate to the Mastery of Mind.

Excerpt of The Kybalion, chapter 2, page 9

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Hyperian History Of The World (17th Century, Part 3)

Agosto 29th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă


Hyperian History Of The World (17th Century, Part 3)

The 17th Century also saw major developments in the arts. If the focus of the renaissance had been on the visual arts of painting and sculpture, matching and surpassing the visual style of ancient Greece and Rome, the 17th century saw truly innovative ideas in both Literature and Music.

Music had, of course, since prehistoric times, been used for both entertainment as well as for spiritual and religious purposes. Whilst all manner of folk traditions existed, featuring traditional instruments accompanying the singing of songs, the religious power of music had been recognised by the catholic church and, over the centuries, a kind of formalisation of music had occurred.

Catholic monks had begun singing excerpts of the bible using simple melodies. The singing was unaccompanied, as the human voice was considered the only pure instrument. Eventually, monks developed techniques of harmony and counterpoint to increase the complexity as well as the beauty of their singing. Crucially, a system had been developed where music could be written down and thus the same pieces could be performed by different musicians and preserved for ever. Eventually composers began to study music to high levels and produce beautiful works of polyphony, yet nearly always for religious purposes, such as musical settings of the catholic mass, always for unaccompanied singers. By the renaissance, this kind of music reached its greatest heights in the work of composers such as Giovanni Palestrina, in Italy.

Yet in the 17th century, the ambitions of composers would reach greater heights. The universality of renaissance art, as well as the literary move away from the religious language of Latin towards the vernacular languages (since Dante), had led to the idea of high art for ordinary people, not just for religious purposes but neither simply for entertainment. The same thing was to happen with music, chiefly through the most significant development of the 17th century – Opera.

Opera became, arguably, the most important artistic synthesis since ancient Greek tragedy. An opera was a theatre performance, yet the performance was entirely accompanied by music and all the dialogue was sung rather than spoken. Rather than the sombre church singing of renaissance religious compositions, opera was exciting, vibrant and energetic. Singers were accompanied by larger ensembles of instruments creating a bigger, more vibrant sound. An opera was a grand spectacle, featuring music, poetry, drama, as well as visual elements.

The earliest opera which is still performed today is L’Orfeo composed in 1607 by Claudio Monteverdi, perhaps the most important composer of the 17th century. L’Orfeo tells the story of Orpheus and his journey into the underworld to retrieve his beloved Eurydice. This was an ancient pagan myth, rather than a christian story, which tells us that, right from the start, opera placed itself apart from the dogmatic reach of the church. Nonetheless, Monteverdi also composed works that were more ostensibly christian, such as his Vespers of 1610, based on catholic texts. Yet unlike the unaccompanied vocal works of the renaissance, Monteverdi’s Vespers are performed by a large choir accompanied by a large orchestra of various instruments, strings, winds, brass and percussion. This signalled the move into a new musical era known as the Baroque. Much like the religious paintings of the renaissance, Baroque music, even when based on christian texts, has a certain universality to it, transcending the confines of the church and reaching greater spiritual heights.

Monteverdi was merely the beginning, and music would attain to greater heights in centuries to come, but the 17th century also saw a boom in literature. Whilst poetry had dominated for centuries, in Spain Miguel de Cervantes established the basis for the modern novel with Don Quixote, and in England William Shakespeare wrote some of the finest plays the world has ever seen, with his ability to take command of the English language and push it to poetic heights matching any classical literature.

Centuries earlier, Dante had shown how epic poetry written in one’s vernacular could attain glorious heights, and in the 17th century another epic masterpiece appeared in a similar vein. This was Paradise Lost by the english poet John Milton. Like Dante’s Divine Comedy, Paradise Lost is an epic poem which tells a christian story, yet one can’t help but detect a certain gnostic undercurrent to the narrative, despite Milton’s being a puritanical protestant.

The poem tells the story of the aftermath of Satan’s rebellion against god and his subsequent tempting of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden leading to the fall of man. Milton focuses far more on Satan than on the other characters and, rather than presenting him as a great evil, Milton seems to present him as a tragic character whom the reader might sympathise with, a sort of anti-hero. Satan becomes a kind of revolutionary, leading a rebellion against the tyranny of god in heaven. As such, Satan comes across much more like the heroes of ancient, pagan mythology, and the poem forces the reader to engage in questions on the very nature of god and Satan and how they are presented in the conventional christian narrative. Such questioning can easily lead to the conclusions drawn by the ancient gnostics, that it is in fact the christian god who is the true Satan, and Lucifer who is a being of Light who freed humanity from god’s tyranny. This may not have been Milton’s conscious intention, yet the poem seems to channel certain archetypal ideas which lead one back to the pagan mythology of old, and away from the confining christian dogma.

The 17th century saw humanity moving towards an era known as the Age of Enlightenment and saw radical departures from the tyranny of the church with the world seeming to finally be moving back towards rational philosophy and pagan spirituality. Pure philosophy, devoid of christian content had reappeared, science was tearing apart the worldview of religion and human creativity was booming once again with ambitions matching and surpassing the glory of antiquity. Humanity had, for so long, been ignorant under the tyranny of the christian god, but now, following the example of Eve, they were once again feasting on the fruit of the tree of knowledge. As ‘Satan’ says in Paradise Lost, “Knowledge forbidden, Suspicious, reasonless. Why should their Lord Envy them that? Can it be a sin to know? Can it be death?” The enlightenment answers, “Aude Sapere” – Dare to Know!


Agosto 27th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă


We receive emails from various Christians, Jews and Muslims in which they accuse us of being Satan worshippers. The truth is the opposite. The “People of the Book”, as they like to describe themselves, are the ones who kneel to Satan. Below we present the case for the prosecution against the People of the Book. Isn’t it time to think again? The True God hasn’t abandoned you. You have abandoned yourselves.

The Prosecution of the People of the Book

So, shall we start at the beginning, with the Jews? What are their claims to the truth? Isn’t it a fact that present-day Palestine is the anvil upon which the whole world is being hammered? More than half of the world’s population – the Christians and the Muslims – are at each other’s throats because a few million Jews think that a Hebrew God no one else believes in promised them a barren, parched piece of land already populated by others. Surely, it wasn’t so difficult for the “all-powerful” Jehovah to find a beautiful piece of land with no one in it, a promised land that didn’t automatically result in conflict. Why didn’t he?
According to their own Bible, the Jews violently seized the land from the Canaanites, so why would they feel any guilt about stealing it a second time from the Palestinians? And don’t forget, the Palestinians are the direct descendants of the Philistines who lived in ancient Palestine, so no one can deny the legitimacy of their claim to their own land. The truth is the Israelis are a people born in violence, who have no compunction about using violence to get what they want. How can they complain about becoming the targets of others’ violence? They’re a nation of the damned, servants of the Demiurge – his Chosen People no less – condemned in perpetuity to a living hell.

The Jews are forever blaming others for their misfortunes, forever demanding that others change. Has it never occurred to them that they’re the ones at fault, they’re the ones who need to change? Who needs Judaism? Six billion people live happily without it. The Jews are a dinosaur people. Their adherence to their God has become merely perverse, a deliberate act of provocation. Their religion died so long ago no one can remember the date to put on the tombstone. Why do they refuse to bury it?They’re in thrall to Satan, that’s why. The damned can never move on. They’re stuck forever like spiders in amber.

The Jews resemble Latin – a fascinating language with a great and rich history, but utterly dead. Latin is a language for scholars, and is now nothing but a collection of dusty books in museums. That’s the best Judaism can hope for – a place in a museum. It’s a pointless religion, an historical footnote, and nothing else.

According to the Jews, Jehovah was forever intervening on their behalf. There he was sending ten plagues to Egypt to liberate them, parting the Red Sea for them, destroying Pharaoh’s army, sending Manna from heaven, releasing water from a rock, talking from a burning bush, promising a homeland to them, helping to destroy all of the people who lived there, talking directly to their leaders on a daily basis. On hundreds of life-or-death occasions, he was there for them. In fact, he actually allowed himself to be carried around in a box by the Jews. The Ark of the Covenant they called it, their portable container for God.

And then, suddenly, the Ark was gone and Jehovah simply wasn’t there for the Jews any more. The Babylonians destroyed Solomon’s Temple, the Romans razed the Second Temple to the ground, and the Jews were scattered across the world. There were pogroms against them in practically every country. They were forced to wear badges identifying themselves. No one liked them, everyone shunned and despised them. Why did Jehovah never help them through all of the many persecutions they suffered? Then came the attempt at a Final Solution of the “Jewish problem”. Where was Jehovah then? He intervened continuously in the days of Moses, so why not in the death camps? Why so silent all of a sudden? Why so still? Dead, perhaps? But gods can’t die, can they?

Surely the blindest, most stupid Jew can’t avoid the obvious conclusion – their own God has turned his back on them. They’re a forsaken race: the abandoned, the rejected, the Wandering Jews.

In the here and now, can there be a more perverse religion than Judaism? Even if they believe their God still exists, what possible point could there be in worshipping him? He stopped loving them long ago. He never raises a finger to help. He lets them suffer hell on earth. Only a sick people could go on worshipping a God who hates them. What more does he need to do to show he has rejected them? If he wiped out the entire Jewish Race bar one, you can be certain that lone survivor would stand up, brush himself down, go to the Wailing Wall and start up the nonsense all over again. There is nothing the Jews won’t accept from their Jehovah. If a religion has no end-point; no point at which its believers finally give up because their beliefs have brought them nothing but disaster, how can it be distinguished from insanity? The Jews would rather live in hell than turn their back on Jehovah, and their wish has surely come true.

A Jewish intellectual – and they are an astonishingly intelligent people when they’re thinking straight – rightly argued that the only thing keeping the Jewish faith alive was anti-Semitism. If Jehovah had abandoned the Jews, would it stop them from worshipping him? They couldn’t give up. Not ever. They’d stand in front of the Wailing Wall and keep wailing, louder than ever, with more feeling, more longing, more love. They could never admit they were wrong, never permit the anti-Semites the victory they’ve pursued so relentlessly for so long. For any Jew to deny Judaism is to murder the Holocaust victims all over again, to repeat all the persecutions of the past, to bow in front of their tormentors and admit they were right all along.

Were you one of Goebbels’ speech writers in an earlier life? The Jews are just ordinary people trying to worship their God. They don’t want to harm anyone and they don’t want anyone to harm them. Why should they be forbidden from living where their ancestors lived? Why should they be reviled for believing in their God? They didn’t march anyone into death camps – it was done to them. They are the victims.

The eternal victims, perhaps? Haven’t they become tired of it yet, sickened? Why do they insist on struggling on? They must detest all the rest of us to have so much conviction that they’re right and we’re all wrong. Do they think we’re stupid, crazy? The Nazis called themselves the herrenrasse, the master race, but they had nothing on the Jews. Who can compare with the Chosen People? When you call yourselves that, you’re immediately declaring that all the others are the unchosen people, the untermenschen, the subhumans rejected by Jehovah.

That’s not what Chosen People means. God chose the Jews for a special task. It wasn’t about being elevated above others.

‘No? Keep telling yourself that. Maybe one day you’ll believe it. Nietzsche said about the Chosen People: “The Jews are the most remarkable nation of world history because faced with the question of being or not being, they preferred, with a perfectly uncanny conviction, being at any price.” That’s right, isn’t it? Long after it became absurd to be Jewish, the Jews refused to abandon their Jewishness. Why is that? Why do they insist on being Jewish no matter the price? Sheer perversity?

They’re no different from anyone else. They won’t abandon their identity. Not for you, not for the Nazis, not for anyone. No matter how much you persecute them, they’ll never go away.

So, they exist only to spite others? Their religion isn’t an act of affirmation, it’s not a celebration of truth or joy. It’s just grim defiance, the final two-fingered salute to everyone else. Here we are, and we’re never going away, huh? No one likes us and we don’t care.

They won’t disappear just because you want them to.

Time will tell.

Now what about Islam? That’s even harder to swallow than Judaism. An illiterate tribesman goes into a mountain cave. The Angel Gabriel appears to him and recites the verses of the Koran, instructing the tribesman to memorise them. The tribesman returns home and gets his literate companions to write down what Gabriel told him. The resulting words are called the Koran. Not for one moment are we to imagine that these are the tribesman’s words, or Gabriel’s. No, they’re the undiluted, unambiguous, unarguable words of Allah.

But things don’t go smoothly. There’s much conflict and many people won’t accept the Koran. So, the tribesman goes back to the cave and again the Angel Gabriel appears and gives him some additional verses. The tribesman takes these back to his community and they are mostly well received, until someone points out that they completely contradict the original verses. So, these are then called the Satanic Verses, and the Angel Gabriel who appeared on the second occasion is now recognised as Satan, trying to deceive the poor tribesman.

Muslims find this tale entirely credible, but no one else does. If you raise the possibility that maybe the first appearance of Gabriel was the Satanic part of the equation, or suggest that Gabriel didn’t appear at all, and all that really happened was that a few men went into a cave and wrote down a few rules about how they thought people should live their lives, you might become detached from your head. There’s no room for doubt in Islam, no possibility of debate. They’re the touchiest people on earth. Draw a cartoon of their Prophet and they’ll kill you; write a novel featuring their prophet and they’ll kill you; make a film about the role of women in Islam and they’ll kill you. Of course, they never consider that the true cause of their suffering is their religion. Like the Jews, they refuse to face the obvious.

Muslims saw off the heads of anyone who disagrees with them. Their “moral police” hang sixteen-year-old-girls for having sex. They mutilate thieves, behead adulterers, stone homosexuals to death. Is this religion or pathology? Shouting Allahu Akbar as loudly as they can doesn’t make their religion any more credible. Because they’re desperate for their religion to be true, it becomes true for them, despite the lack of a shred of evidence. That’s what belief is: accepting something as true without any evidence. Some people think their faith is actually evidence. What would you prefer? – to think there are seventy virgins waiting for you in Paradise or that there are no virgins waiting for you anywhere, there’s no Paradise and if you blow yourself up in the name of your God, all you’re doing is turning yourself into atoms in the name of nothing. Fantasy or truth – make your choice.

They cling to their errors like drowning men reaching for lifebelts as they strap their martyrdom bomb-belts round their waists, as they cut off the heads of their enemies in the name of their god of peace. Islam means “submission” they tell you. If you don’t submit to Allah, they’ll kill you. That’s the true meaning of Jihad. It’s the struggle to kill all the infidels who don’t bow to Allah. The martyrs of Jihad have been so successful that Crusader armies now control two Islamic countries. If the Jihadists continue to meet with the same success in their glorious struggle, there soon won’t be a single free Islamic country left on earth. The foreign policy of the madhouse?

This religion is the worship of homicide. In paradise, apart from all the virgins hanging around waiting for the next batch of suicide bombers, all the heads of the infidels, dripping with fresh blood, are placed on great spikes around the walls so that Allah and all his followers can delight in the destruction of the infidel. Paradise, or an abattoir? “We love death more than you love life,” they gleefully chant. “We will build a ladder to Allah made of our enemies’ skulls.”

To all those Muslims getting enraged as they read these words, and reaching for their guns, bombs and swords, do they think it is a benign god of peace, love and compassion putting those thoughts in their heads, or a violent, evil god of pain, war and slaughter? Isn’t the latter Satan? Before they don their martyrs’ red headbands, they should bear in mind that no good god would ever accept the bloodstained hand of a murderer. But Satan would.

Christians are in no position to criticise, of course. They’re so steeped in blood that they often seem like some kind of vampire race. Their holiest image is of a tortured, bleeding man dying on a cross. Their holiest ceremonies commemorate and sanctify blood.

You hear Christians bleating on about what a crime the Holocaust was and yet, according to their Christian faith, every Jew automatically goes to hell because they rejected Jesus Christ.

It shouldn’t have been the Nazis who were on trial at Nuremberg, it should have been Christianity in the dock, facing the death penalty. All that Goering had to say to defend himself was that every good Christian believes that all Jews are destined for hell because they’ve denied Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. What could it possibly matter if the Nazis sent them there a little earlier? How could a prosecutor who believed that the Jews were damned in the next world raise a single word of protest against those who damned them in this? The degree of nauseating, self-serving moralising of those prosecutors takes the breath away. The Christian judges who pronounced sentence on the Nazi leaders were the true monsters.

The Nazi gas chambers were nothing compared with hell – a place of infinite and never-ending suffering – yet those who abhorred the death camps didn’t abhor the idea that all the Jews who died in the camps were certain to go to hell. How can anyone shed a tear about men, women and children being turned to smoke in the Nazi crematoria while simultaneously believing in a religion which says that those same victims go straight to the eternal crematoria of hell? From an earthly hell to actual hell.

Don’t you think the Christian prosecutors at Nuremberg should themselves have been put on trial for their belief that every Jew automatically goes to hell? How could they possibly condemn the Nazis for merely accelerating the process? The extermination camps were the logical product of Christianity, Christianity with the mask removed, the hypocrisy abandoned, the beast fully exposed. If Nazism was guilty, so was Christianity. In fact, why wasn’t God himself on trial at Nuremberg for crimes against humanity? No one is more responsible for violence than he is. How many billions have been slaughtered in his name? No one in their right mind could call him a friend of peace, harmony and love.

Extra ecclesiam nulla salus means outside the church there’s no salvation. That’s the official position of the Catholic Church. There are only Catholics in heaven, in other words. Hell is where everywhere else goes, including unbaptised babies, including the aborted foetuses that Catholics spend so much time bleating about. What kind of morality pleads for the life of a foetus yet sends that foetus to hell if it isn’t baptised Catholic? Not that Protestants are any better. They say that anyone who hasn’t established a direct and personal relationship with their Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is damned. Naturally, that includes babies. As for the more extreme Protestants, the Presbyterians, they believe in predestination – the bizarre concept that from the moment we’re conceived the vast majority of us are either elected to be saved by God’s divine will or damned to hell by that same will, and there’s absolutely nothing we can do about it. Hardly much point in getting up in the morning, huh?

And what about the Christian judgement on Islam? Read Dante’s Inferno. The Prophet Mohammed is in the eighth circle of hell, cleaved in two from chin to fundament, with his guts spilling out. According to Christianity, as soon as any Muslim dies that person immediately joins their Prophet in hell.
Naturally, the Muslims believe that Mohammed isn’t in hell. Hell, in fact, is full of Christians, Jews and all the other infidels.

And what of the Jews? They believe that Christians are believers in a False Messiah, an Antichrist. The Christians aren’t the new Chosen People. They’re the hell-bound people. Can the Jews be in any way surprised that some Christians want to give them a taste of what the Jews think is in store for the Christians?

That’s not what the Jews believe about hell. They hardly mention hell at all in their holy books. We have the Book of Moses in our possession. This describes exactly what Jehovah said to Moses when the prophet disappeared on the summit of Mount Sinai for forty days. It’s the most savage book you could ever imagine. Jehovah is revealed in his true colours. The Anti-God, God through a glass darkly. An inversion, a perversion, a black hole from which light, hope and truth can never emerge. A better name for the Book of Moses would be the Gospel of Satan.

So, we pronounce our judgment, the verdict of the eternal court of history. We find the People of the Book guilty on all counts, guilty of murder in the first degree, guilty of holding hateful, Satanic beliefs that bring division and war to the world. Their gods are false. The god they truly worship is none other than the Devil. Everything about how they have behaved for millennia proves it. There can be only one sentence for capital crimes against humanity and against the True God – hell everlasting in the Satanic kingdom. It is not for others to send them there. They will send themselves.


Ask yourself a few simple questions. Of the many religions in the world, which is the correct one? How can you tell? Why should the truth be more popular and successful than seductive lies? Isn’t the road to the truth a narrow path from which many stray? And do all those who stray join the legions of the damned?

Excerpted, page 223

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Agosto 25th, 2019 No Comments   Posted in Dacia Iluministă

Illuminist transcendence is about achieving ultimate “flow”. Wikipedia says, “In positive psychology, flow, also known as the zone, is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. In essence, flow is characterized by complete absorption in what one does, and a resulting loss in one’s sense of space and time. … Achieving flow is often colloquially referred to as being in the zone. Flow shares many characteristics with hyperfocus.”

“If mind comes before and is superior to matter, that means the study of frequencies is everything. Which means that in order to strengthen our mind or understand the ‘hidden’ reality, we have to understand the frequency and waves. I have read a long time ago that based on our ‘state of mind’ we emit a different brainwave (from delta when we study, to beta). But there are higher frequencies such as gamma. That the higher the frequency is, the higher our brain power is. Maybe we can study higher frequencies and use them to increase our brain power. Maybe if they are used correctly, we can have easier access to mental mana figure memes.” – Anonymous

Such studies form a major activity of the Illuminati. One of the strands of the God Project is connected with exactly this.

“What is it about psychedelics that makes us more open to the non-local domain? Why does a rearrangement of brain connections, even temporary, cause such a profound effect on our psyche?” – Anonymous

Psychedelics disrupt the functioning of the spacetime-facing parts of our brain. Anything that reduces the dominance of spacetime (local) thinking automatically enhances our capacity to think in frequency (non-local) terms. Our brains are instruments designed by evolution in a highly specific way. When you introduce chemicals that are similar to chemicals that we use naturally (hence can be used by the brain), but are different enough to disrupt normal functioning, it’s somewhat akin to having a brain designed for the English language suddenly being exposed to nothing but the French language. Everything is different. Nothing makes sense anymore. You cannot understand what is going on. You are confused. You need a translator. People deliberately take drugs to try to escape from their normal states of mind.

Stark, Dr. Thomas. The Book of Mind: Seeking Gnosis (The Truth Series)

The Self is the archetype of wholeness, completion and ultimate synthesis. The Ego heroically journeys through the dark labyrinth of the psyche, where it encounters personifications of the various psychological archetypes until, at last, it comes face to face with God (the Self). ===== The transcendent function is the archetype of the union of opposites. It is the dialectal function. ===== Your own life concerns the life of the subjective psyche. If you can access the transpersonal life, you encounter the life of the objective psyche.

Bicameralism and the Self
Bicameralism is just a means of placing the Jungian Self in the right hemisphere of the brain and the Jungian Ego in the left hemisphere of the brain, with the corpus callosum – the thick band of nerve fibers connecting the left and right sides of the brain, allowing for communication between both hemispheres – serving as the Ego-Self axis, along which are located the Shadow, Anima/Animus and Mana Personalities. The bicameral human was much closer to the Self than modern conscious humans. We have become estranged from the Self. We have lost God, and all average people feel abandoned.

Stark, Dr. Thomas. The Stairway to Consciousness: The Birth of Self-Awareness from Unconscious Archetypes (The Truth Series Book 12) .

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