Men of Miracles

Men-of-Miracles-main-2-postby Howard Murphet

Most of us meet with the miraculous and magical in the tales of early childhood, and in those plastic years, before the “shades of the prison house” have begun to close around us, miracles are part of the accepted order. There is no incredibility, for example, in the magic power of Aladdin’s lamp, or in Jack’s beanstalk to the land of the giants, or in Christ walking over the storm-tossed water.

Such stories are not, of course, confined to the folklore and religious scriptures of the western world. The written chronicles of Man in all areas unroll a record of miracles that stretches from Lord Krishna, some 5,000 years ago, down to the present day. The Age of Miracles has always been with us. We read of its rosy morning on the far horizons of ancient Egypt, Chaldea, India and Palestine. And in the old Alexandria of the early Christian Era there were theurgists who at public ceremonies made statues “walk, talk and prophesy”.

In Europe during the Middle Ages the church unfortunately claimed a monopoly of the miraculous, and those who worked outside it had to work in secrecy. Such secular theurgical workers, belonging to the Rosicrucian and other brotherhoods of occult practice, did exist. However, and despite ecclesiastical power and jealousy, some great personalities – adepts like Paracelsus and the Comte de St. Germain – caught the attention of the public, stirring its cupidity, its fears and its suspicions. (more…)


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The Afterlife Of Billy Fingers

Billy-Fingers-main-4-postHow 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 Annie Kaganand 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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Waking Up From Religion

Waking-Up-From-Religion-main-4-postby 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.

Seneca QuoteIdeally, 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.

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Positive ETs vs Negative ETs

Negative-vs-Positive-ETs-main-4-postBy 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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A Spaceman’s Warning About The Dangers of Nuclear Radiation – Part II

A-Spacemans-Warning-On-Nuclear-Dangers-main-4-postby Gerard Aartsen

As documented in George Adamski — A Herald for the Space Brothers, after the discovery of nuclear fission technology and the nuclear explosions and testing that have been carried out since, the space people have done their utmost to neutralize the radioactivity that has been released in our atmosphere through nuclear tests and nuclear power plants. According to Adamski the radiation would be “be much more pervasive than it is today” without their intervention, while Benjamin Creme, who says that our scientists do not even have the equipment to measure the damage that radiation causes on the etheric planes calls it “the deadliest release of energy that has ever taken place on Earth”, which depletes our body’s immune system, “causing more and more Alzheimer’s, memory loss, disorientation and the gradual breakdown of our body’s defense system”.

Apart from the obvious effects that a nuclear war would have in terms of the annihilation of humanity, the poisoning of our soil, water and air that would render the planet barren for countless millennia, the space people said: “It is possible that the body of your planet itself could be mutilated to an extent that would destroy her balance in our galaxy…For us, traveling through space could be made difficult and dangerous for a long time to come, since the energies released in such multiple explosions would then penetrate through your atmosphere into outer space.” (more…)


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Shambhala: Oasis of Light

Shambhalla-Oasis-of-Light-main-4-postBy Andrew Tomas

Introduction

A different theme demands an unconventional approach in the method of research, hence our choice of the aphorism of Pythagoras, ‘walk in Shambhalla Oasis of Light bookunfrequented paths’. A new idea, no matter how unusual, must be a contribution to the already accumulated pool of knowledge. It must be validated by fact so as not to remain for ever in the realm of pure speculation, and also have some pragmatic value, otherwise it would be useless.

During Krishna’s times the pundit Narada warned about the danger of a hasty condemnation of fresh thoughts: ‘Never utter these words – I do not know this, therefore it is false – one must study to know, know to understand, understand to judge.’ The intolerance amidst which modern science was born can serve as an example of the fallacy of rejecting novel concepts and untried methods.

In an atmosphere of narrow-mindedness and persecution during Cromwell’s reign, progressive scholars of England founded the Invisible College which has eventually become the highest scientific institution of the kingdom, the Royal Society. Hardly anything is known of the activities of another ‘invisible’ scientific and philosophic society which pursues its studies in the majestic isolation of the Himalayas. These savants possess the answers to the most abstruse questions of science. (more…)


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A Spaceman’s Warning About The Dangers of Nuclear Radiation

The-Dangers-of-Nuclear-Radiation-main-4-postDino Kraspedon (1905–2004) was the pen name of Brazilian Aladino Felix, who claimed to be contacted byDino Kraspedon an extraterrestrial from Jupiter’s moons of Ganymede and Io. Much information of a scientific (mainly astrophysics), medical, and moral nature is given in his book.

He was born in Pedra do Baú and died in Uberaba, Minas Gerais. In 1959 he published Meu Contato Com Os Discos Voadores (My Contact with Flying Saucers). The book tells the story of his contact with a flying saucer commander at his home. The extraterrestrial visitor was given a lengthy Q&A interview by Mr. Kraspedon in which he explained advanced concepts in physics and gave insights on how to improve humanity’s social conditions on earth. Later he publicly clarified that he did not witness the male human extraterrestrial leaving or entering a spacecraft. Mr. Kraspedon correctly predicted that there would be a period of terrorism and ironically was arrested for suspicion of being a terrorist in 1968. – Wikipedia

A Spaceman’s Warning About The Dangers of Nuclear Radiation ~ By Dino Kraspedon

Q: Please tell me why you think our use of atomic energy is dangerous?

A: I do not say that the use of atomic energy is a danger to Humanity. What I do say is that aggressive hatred coupled with atomic energy will destroy the earth. (more…)


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Handwritten Draft of The Bible Discovered Proves Complete Work of Fiction

Draft-Of-Bible-main-4-postDraft Shows How Religious Narratives Progressed Through Revisions

By Jay Greenberg

The Draft of the Bible Includes Notes And Commentary

An early draft of the Bible has been discovered at the University of Cambridge in the UK that has been marked as one of the most significant discoveries in modern history.

The handwritten draft was found after it had been mislabeled inside an archive and had gone undetected for decades.

The book has been confirmed by leading experts as an early working of The King James Bible which is one of the most influential and widely read books in the English language.

The discovery has been hailed as definitive proof that Bible is a work of fiction as it shows a process of revising, cutting, and then more rewriting, which contradicts popular belief that the book is the “divine word of God”. (more…)


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Mysteries Of The Kingdom of Shambhala

Mysteries-of-Shambhalla-main-4-postBy April Holloway

Shambhala, which is a Sanskrit word meaning “place of peace” or “place of silence”, is a mythical paradise spoken of in ancient texts, including the Kalachakra Tantra and the ancient scriptures of the Zhang Zhung culture which predated Tibetan Buddhism in western Tibet. According to legend, it is a land where only the pure of heart can live, a place where love and wisdom reigns and where people are immune to suffering, want or old age.

Shambhala is said to be the land of a thousand names. It has been called the Forbidden Land, the Land of White Waters, Land of Radiant Spirits, Land of Living Fire, Land of the Living Gods and Land of Wonders. The Hindus call it Aryavartha (The Land of the Worthy Ones); the Chinese know it as Hsi Tien, the Western Paradise of Hsi Wang Mu; and to the Russian Old Believers, it is known as Belovoyde. But throughout Asia, it is best known by its Sanskrit name, Shambhala, Shamballa, or Shangri-la. (more…)


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The Philosopher’s Stone

The-Philosophers-Stone-main-2-postby Paramhansa Yogananda

A proud prince and his large retinue galloped into a Hindustan jungle on a hunting expedition. After bagging many game birds and animals, the prince and his party lost their way in the jungle. They had food but no water, and though they searched frantically, they found no water.

As the danger-filled tropical night approached, the prince and his retinue rode even faster, now seeking shelter. Just as the sun was silently fading away, they came upon a crumbling, old cottage. The prince dismounted, pushed open the unlatched door, and went in. The cottage was dark except for a faint glimmer of sunlight coming through a hole in the roof.

Looking around, the prince saw the hole in the roof and despaired at the thought the cottage was deserted. He was about to leave when he decided to call aloud: “Hello, anybody here?” To his surprise, a calm, firm, peaceful voice replied: “I am here. Do you want water?” The prince was astounded that this person knew his thoughts even before meeting him. (more…)


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On Attaining Happiness

On-Attaining-Happiness-main-2-postby Paramhansa Yogananda

To seek happiness outside ourselves is like trying to lasso a cloud. Happiness is not a thing: It is a state of mind. It must be lived. Paramhansa-Yogananda-4-postNeither worldly power nor moneymaking schemes can ever capture happiness. Mental restlessness results from an outward focus of awareness. Restlessness itself guarantees that happiness will remain elusive. Temporal power and money are not states of mind. Once obtained, they only dilute a person’s happiness. Certainly they cannot enhance it.

The more widely we scatter our energies, the less power we have left to direct toward any specific undertaking. Octopus habits of worry and nervousness rise from ocean depths in the subconscious, fling tentacles around our minds, and crush to death all that we once knew of inner peace.

True happiness is never to be found outside the Self. Those who seek it there are as if chasing rainbows among the clouds!

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Adventures of An Out-Of-Body Traveler

Adventures-Of-An-Out-Of-Body-Traveler main 4 postVistas of InfinVistas of Infinity Book coverity by Jurgen Ziewe deals with the reality of our life after death, not spirit communication, but actual visits with all sensory perception intact using out-of-body travel. The author spent over forty years refining his OBE skills via a lifelong practice of deep meditation. He projects his consciousness into parallel dimensions and non-physical reality systems whilst retaining full waking awareness throughout. He probes into the infinite vistas of human consciousness and brings back detailed accounts of his journeys and observations.

The reports gathered followed a strict research protocol, where the author interviewed dead people and visited the higher dimensional realities, from the darkest places to the most illuminated regions of cosmic consciousness and realms which are traditionally referred to as ‘Heaven’.

These are lively, first-hand accounts providing a narrative which is destined to revolutionize old concepts and perspectives. ~ review by lulu.com (more…)


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The Problem Of Religion

The-Problem-With-Religion-main-2-postby Acharya S/D.M. Murdock

The reproaching cry of heretic, infidel, atheist, etc., will be raised against the author of these lectures, by every fiery intolerant bigot into whose hand they may fall. But he alone is the true infidel who forsakes the laws of his nature, and gives up his mind to a belief in fabulous and demoralizing legends, which contradict all experience, and stand in opposition to the testimony of his own sense and reason.” – Christian Mythology Unveiled, 1842

While the Western world begins its new millennium, little has changed in terms of religious understanding, and the world in general continues to be divided largely along the lines of faith. The proselytizers, proponents and propagandists of these various faiths persist in fighting over bodies and souls, in an endless religious tug-of-war that has ruined culture, wrecked minds and wreaked havoc. It also invades privacy and stomps all over individual rights. Religion is motivated by fear and insecurity: People want to believe, in God, Jesus, Krishna, Buddha—something, anything, so as not to feel so alone, helpless and forgotten.

Life is a cruel, sadistic torment in countless places around the globe. This fact should create more questions than it does about whether or not there is any good god in charge of everything and whether or not religion has any value in the first place. Yet, in the face of tragedy, rationality and logic fail to win out over powerlessness that desperately needs to believe in the Other, somewhere “out there.” What this insight reveals is that God is a popular concept not because people have reasoned it through and proved it true, but because humans are terrified of the opposite notion: If God is not, all is for naught. (more…)


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Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil

Nietzsche-Beyond-Good-And-Evil-main-2-postA brilliant young man, he was appointed professor at the University of Basel at age 24 having not even finished his degree. His evanescent philosophical nietzsche_art_v_realitylife ended 20 years later when he went insane and died shortly afterwards.

Nietzsche’s argued that the Christian system of faith and worship was not only incorrect, but harmful to society because it allowed the weak to rule the strong – it suppressed the will to power which was the driving force of human character. Nietzsche wanted people to throw off the shackles of our misguided Christian morality and become supermen – free and titanic.

However, without God he felt that the future of man might spiral into a society of nihilism, devoid of any meaning; his aim was for man to realize the lack of divine purpose and create his own values. The core of Nietzsche’s work, including Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883-92), Beyond Good and Evil (1886), The Birth of Tragedy (1872) was to find a meaning and morality in the absence of God. (Excerpt from bbc.co.uk) (more…)


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Buildings Or Bases On Ceres?

Ceres Occator Crater main 4 postCeres is the largest object in the asteroid belt that lies between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Its diameter is approximately 945 kilometers or 590 miles making it the largest of the dwarf planets within the orbit of Neptune.

By definition a dwarf planet is spherical and travels in an orbit around the Sun. Ceres is also the closest dwarf planet to the Sun and the only one located in the inner solar system.

Dawn spacecraftNASA’s Dawn spacecraft continues to capture breathtaking images of Ceres as the spacecraft orbits around the dwarf planet. (more…)


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