It has been observed in this humble cliche, that every dog has his day, and while this observation may seemingly have involved members of the canine world, yet there is a much deeper and more philosophical content which could be applied in various cyclic movements involving mankind, individually or collectively, whether they concerned the rise and fall of civilizations, or more individualistic expressions such as kings, emperors, ruling deities, religions, hierarchies, etc., for these too, have also lived in their day and vanished in time. While such various expressions and re-expressions always idiomatically assumed the environmental form of the race which so produced it, or into such singular expressionists so connected, the principles behind such resurgent cyclic movements were, and are basically the same, and are as true today as they were when they happened many thousands of years ago.
To understand then, these basic principles which engender cyclic movement, either individually or, as they are resumed in the collective masses of some civilization, we will always find the underlying motions of such cyclic movements, whether progressive or retrogressive, as comprising delicately balanced equilibriums, between two widely divergent polarities of life — good and evil. In a progressive evolutionary movement, as it concerns the development of a race of people, a civilization, or any singular person, any progressive balances which can be called good or constructive must be maintained in order to offset the corrosive action of the negative or evil polarity. (more…)
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by George Adamski
I had to remind myself that, after all, they too were human beings and, no matter how far advanced beyond us, must still be subject to error and vicissitude… Here again a wondering thought slipped in as I mentally questioned what they had found on the “other planets” they had visited.
The Venusian’s eyes sparkled and a tiny smile flitted across his mouth as he caught my thought. He continued without interruption. “With the sole exception of inhabitants on Earth, we have found the peoples of other worlds to be very friendly. They…have gigantic space cruisers for the pleasure and education of their fellowmen. As we visit their planets and are welcomed, they also visit ours as friends. It is to the Earth alone that these passenger cruisers never approach. Nor will they be permitted to do so until your people have a greater understanding of fellowship as well as of the Universe beyond the limiting confines of your own little planet.
“During flights of this kind, those on the cruise have much leisure time, as well as definite hours devoted to learning. When they land on other planets mutually interesting social gatherings are held. In short,” and he made this very clear, “peoples of other worlds are not strangers to one another, but all are friends and are welcomed wherever they go. We consider planets throughout the Universe as being in one vast sea of life. The far distant planets by the billions which we have not yet visited will be explored when we have further improved our space ships. There are some planets so far out from any in our system that it would take us two or three years to reach them. Whereas, within our system, the distance between planets can be covered within a few hours to a few days.” (more…)
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What would you do if you witnessed real events that took place in ages long ago, on distant lands and foreign worlds far beyond ours—eccentric, formidable events that diverge extensively from common-day views? What if one such event was an awe-inspiring, personal experience with elevated realms of reality; higher dimensions of existence where God’s love and truth gleam constantly from joy-filled beings, and all living things are composed of the essence of celestial light itself?
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by Andrew Tomas
What was the shape of things in Atlantis shortly before the cataclysm? Plato definitely speaks of conquests and imperialism of Atlanteans in their closing epoch.
The Samsaptakabadha scripture of India mentions airships powered by “celestial forces”. It speaks of a missile which contained the “power of the universe”. The blaze of the explosion is compared to “ten thousand suns”. The book says: “The gods had become alarmed and cried: Do not burn the whole world to ashes.”
The Sanskrit Mausola Purva refers to “an unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes the entire races of the Vrishnis and the Anhakas. The corpses were so burned as to be unrecognizable. Their hair and nails fell out; pottery broke without any apparent cause and the birds turned white. After a few hours, all foodstuffs were infected.”
Alexander Gorbovsky writes in his Riddles of Antiquity that a human skeleton found in India was radioactive. Its radioactivity was fifty times above the normal. One begins to wonder if the Mausola Purva is history rather than legend. (more…)
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by Caroline D. Larsen
The phrase, “there is no death,” used through ages for the consolation of mourning relatives and friends, is actually and literally true. For no sooner has the physical body been stilled in death than out of that mortal form, now of no more avail to him, steps the personality which had so recently inhabited it and used it for his manifestations in this life. He stands now in the full glow of another existence having exchanged his short and limited life in the prison of earthly clay for life eternal and infinite in possibility.
A human being may be said to be composed of three distinct parts. First, the ego, the real I, the actual personality, or to employ a better understood term, the Soul, which resides in an astral body, which again is encased in the physical body. When death overtakes the mortal form the spirit continues life in the new body. Hence there is no death as far as that personality is concerned. There is only transmutation from one form of life to another. Materially minded as we are, we are apt to think of this change as something vague, with no real foundation to it. We see a graphic instance of this common error in the illustrated papers where the spirit is often depicted as a spiral column of smoke at the top of which appears the picture of a strangely distorted human face. Nothing could be further from the truth than this misrepresentation. A disembodied spirit appears, feels, thinks and acts just exactly as I did in my first experience “out of the body.” The spirit body, which in form and appearance is an exact duplicate of the material body, is composed of a substance as fine as that of the material body is coarse. Its fine substance is attuned to vibrations whose rapidity our bodily senses cannot perceive. Moreover, to the spirit, the astral body feels just as natural and substantial as did the material body when it was inhabited. (more…)
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by Margi Murphy (Editor – Interspersed throughout this article are just a few of the latest anomalies found on Mars from another source)
Scientists have found key evidence which suggests life may once have existed on Mars.
Nasa’s Curiosity rover has detected boron, a key ingredient for life, on the dusty surface of the Red Planet.
The discovery is a huge boost in the hunt for extraterrestrials and could back up a theory suggesting life on Mars may have been forced underground when disaster turned the planet into a “frigid desert”.
Some type of underground entrance?
Patrick Gasda, a postdoctoral researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory said: “Because borates may play an important role in making RNA – one of the building blocks of life – finding boron on Mars further opens the possibility that life could have once arisen on the planet.
“Borates are one possible bridge from simple organic molecules to RNA. Without RNA, you have no life.
“The presence of boron tells us that, if organics were present on Mars, these chemical reactions could have occurred.” (more…)
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Every year colleges, universities and high schools graduate many thousands of young men and women who, according to these ranks, are educated. It is well known however, that most of these graduates are absorbed into various strata of social life and apparently have not fully justified either the claims made by educators or by any such personal exemplifications of brilliance or genius which could be attributed as a culminating realization of our educational systems.
Moreover, in almost all cases, such education relegated this individual within the strict precincts of that particular curriculum from which he graduated; he possesses only mental automation, a parrot-like configuration of form and substance which suggests that the individual is incapable of mental spontaneity, independent action, or such mental functions and their usages which could be considered independently creative. Psychologically speaking, this obvious fact is substantiated, inasmuch as a close study of mental processes reveals the obvious fact that any person is merely correlating past existent forms of consciousness from the subconscious into the present tense. (more…)
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by Andrew Tomas
In the first century of our era a tall handsome Greek was asked by a guard at the frontier of Babylon:
“What gifts have you brought for the king?”
“All the virtues,” replied the Greek.
“Do you suppose our king does not have them?” queried the officer.
“He may have them but he does not know how to use them,” answered the bold raveller whose name was Apollonius of Tyana.
In spite of his provoking manner of speech, the traveller was allowed to cross the Babylonian border as the officials thought that the king himself might be interested in meeting so eccentric a visitor.
Apollonius was born in Cappadocia about 4 B.C. At fourteen his school teachers could no longer instruct him because of his inborn intelligence. The boy took the Pythagorean vows at the age of sixteen and attached himself to the temple of Aegae. His wisdom and cures had spread to such an extent that a saying appeared in Cappadocia:
“What’s the hurry? Rushing to see young Apollonius?” (more…)
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How My Bad-Boy Brother Proved To Me There Is Life After Death
FOREWORD – This fascinating book may initially surprise and baffle some readers. After all, the events it recounts may seem completely unbelievable and far beyond reality. Therefore, I am grateful to Dr. Kagan for asking me to write this foreword, because it gives me an opportunity to talk about one of my favorite subjects—the incredible world of the ancient Greek philosophers.
The average American will probably find Dr. Kagan’s narrative of her other-worldly adventures with a deceased brother hard to believe. That is too bad, though, because the Greek philosophers who founded Western thought knew full well about the remarkable phenomenon she describes. In fact, Greek philosophers even had a name for the people who were somehow suspended between this life and the next life. They called such people “walkers between the worlds.” (more…)
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by Andrew Tomas
The Timaeus and Critias of Plato contain a chronicle of Atlantis. The story comes from Solon, the lawgiver of ancient Greece, who traveled to Egypt about 560 B.C.
The hieratic college of the goddess Neith of Sais, protectress of learning, confided to Solon that its archives were thousands of years old. These records spoke of a continent beyond the pillars of Hercules which sank about 9560 B.C.
Plato does not confuse Atlantis with America, as he distinctly says that there was a continent west of Atlantis. He speaks of an ocean beyond the Straits of Gibraltar and calls the Mediterranean “only a harbor”. It is in that ocean-the Atlantic-that he places an island-continent larger than Libya and Asia Minor put together.
There was a fertile plain in the center of Atlantis protected by lofty mountains from the northern winds. The climate was subtropical and Atlanteans gathered tow crops a year. The country was rich in minerals, metals and agricultural produce. Industry, crafts and sciences flourished in Atlantis. It was proud of many fine harbors, docks and canals. Plato’s mention of commercial links with the outside world indicates the use of ocean-going ships. (more…)
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Thou must stand upon the seashore, and
look with wandering eye
And gaze upon the waves and of their
strength and of their mightiness
That they fall upon the sands, still they
ever must recede back unto the place
from whence they sprang.
Yet we may wonder at the
mightiness of all this. (more…)
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by Nanice Ellis
Often our religious beliefs are handed down to us by family and culture, and by the time we are old enough to consciously choose, it’s too late because we are already brainwashed with pre-ordained beliefs that seem to be set in stone.
Ideally, the true purpose of any religion should be to facilitate a direct connection with the “Divine,” and to support spiritual awakening.
Unfortunately, few, if any religions, fulfill this purpose. If they did, many more of us would be awake by now, or at least intimately connected to the Source of who we really are. Even with the prevalence of “new age” spiritual practices today, few of us have attained full spiritual awakening and direct Divine connection.
What’s wrong with this picture…? (more…)
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By Gerard Aartsen
If meetings with extraterrestrials, or space people, are always of a positive nature, if they do not abduct, but invite people on board their craft, and if it is not for nasty experiments, is there then no truth at all in the stories about ‘negative’ ETs?
To be sure, George Adamski’s space contacts confirmed that people who “through greed will desire to assume power over other men” can also be found on other worlds. And according to Lou Zinsstag, Adamski also said that in our system “there are three planets which are not friendly to us”. In his bulletin of December 1963, Adamski elaborated on this statement when he said: “Recently there have been some Venusian ships attacked by hostile space travelers. But by using the repelling ray, which is a part of the equipment of their ships, the ships of the hostile ones were damaged without destroying life.” At the same time, however, he made it quite clear elsewhere that, “[t]here are no monsters that we know about and most of the hostile reports have come from frightened people who in some cases have even shot at them when they came close enough. In cases like this the space people have used a ray to frighten them away, but never to hurt them physically.” In fact, the space people that invited Bruno Sammaciccia and his friends into their underground bases told them, when they asked to see young extraterrestrials studying there: “Yes, but secretly; we do not want to frighten them, because what they know about terrestrials is not good news. They think of you as some kind of wild beasts.” (more…)
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There are — while you are watching and looking about at this great temple of Manu and noticing the beautiful mosaic tiled floors — the great statues of the different gods as they are so manifest in India today, and you can further describe these scenes to your fellow earth man. We will progress somewhat along the lines of modern psychiatry as they are expounded in the medical translations of inductive therapies in the fields of psychology and psychiatry of your day. Anyone who is studying such philosophies or interpretation is, as a consequence, subject to a vast amount of different interpretations of what is called psychological or psychiatric material. The elements entering into such philosophies, as they are so numerous, must be, in direct contrast, quite confusing — and indeed they are.
The tides of expression as they have arisen from the middle ages, from the days in which people were burned at the stake for witchcraft — for merely conceiving some of the more mental and spiritual natures of man — are now being expressed into your present day, as some of these exponents have become known as psychiatrists or doctors or psychologists. For the purposes of analytical evaluation we shall classify psychology into two divisions; the reactionary group which is by far the largest group, and the liberal expression or the progressive group. In the reactionary group will be found the very numerous doctors or practitioners as they exist in different hospitals, clinics, or private practice in the various cities about your world today. It is this reactionary group which is largely practicing such concepts of psychology or psychiatry which have more or less been practiced by such exponents as Freud, Watson, James, and others whose names are too numerous to mention. The Freudian concept, in itself, seems to be one which is in more popular usage. It is based primarily, as it was in Freud’s time, upon two basic instincts, as he called them, the sexual nature and the will to survive. The modern psychologist has, however, modified these concepts to some extent. He immediately throws up his hands in horror at the mere mention of instinct. However, we might remind you that such facets that enter into the interpretation of psychology or psychiatry are not explained to any great extent in any concept of psychology or psychiatry as they exist today. The psychologist cannot tell you why it is that a child, almost from the time he starts to crawl, becomes somewhat destructive in his nature, and that he is continually trying to break up things about which he knows nothing. The psychologist may mutter something about a reflex or impounded reactions into the consciousness of the child, but these are not so easily brushed aside. The fact remains that most children, if they become destructive in their childhood, are merely reflecting from their psychic consciousness the little wave forms and vortexes which are impounded in the psychic body; the numerous manifestations of destructiveness, which they have, at some time in their evolution manifested in a reactionary way from some previous earth lives. (more…)
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Nikola Tesla did countless mysterious experiments, but he was a whole other mystery on his own. Almost all genius minds have a certain obsession. Nikola Tesla had a pretty big one!
He was walking around a block repeatedly for three times before entering a building, he would clean his plates with 18 napkins, he lived in hotel rooms only with a number devisable by 3. He would make calculations about things in his immediate environment to make sure the result is devisable by 3 and base his choices upon the results. He would do everything in sets of 3.
Some say he had OCD, some say he was very superstitious.
However, the truth is a lot deeper. (more…)
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