Many of us lived previous lives as keepers of sacred knowledge that was taught in the ancient mystery schools. Much of this knowledge was lost through time due to disasters and destruction or death. The knowledge was reserved for a select few who devoted their lives to understanding and teaching it.
The Sacred Secret: The Return of the Christ The Author presents evidence based on thirty years of independent scientific research. This evidence basically convicts one Lifeform of being a God. This lifeform has over two hundred Names. A lifeform Born of Thunder, that Resurrects from the dead! A lifeform that makes the Blind see, the Deaf hear, the Lame to walk, and cures all the sick. This lifeform is the root of Western Religion, the Living God, of all the ancient Holy Texts. There is only one real secret, in all the Western World and the Sacred Secret is it.
Who are the Hidden Masters? Read explosive inside information about the true Illuminati by a current member. What was the connection between the Illuminati and the French and American Revolutions? Is the coded novel "Etidorhpa" by John Uri Llloyd about the Illuminati? Is it a reference to the real-life murder of renegade Freemason William Morgan? Is "A Voyage to Arcturus" by David Lindsay a forgotten Gnostic masterpiece? It's time to enter the world of secrets. It's time for the Illuminati, the secret society that has fought for millennia to liberate humanity from the slavery of the archons, the secret princes of the world.
Secrets of the Serpent: In Search of the Sacred Past - Special Revised Edition, Featuring Two New Appendices by Philip Gardiner. Across time and across the world, an ancient serpent cult once dominated mankind. Then a great battle ensued and Christianity stamped it's authority on the face of the planet. Now, after years of research, the real religious history of the world can be told. In Secrets of the Serpent, Philip Gardiner for the first time reveals the world's most mysterious places were once sacred to the Serpent Cult. The history and mythology of the so-called reptilian agenda and alien visitation in ancient times now has a solid opponent - giving answers for the many symbols and myths often confused by those who believe in such things. In Secrets of the Serpent, the author reveals the real "bloodline" spoken of by Dan Brown in the Da Vinci Code - it was in fact a serpent bloodline. Philip Gardiner is the international best selling author of The Shining Ones, The Serpent Grail, Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon's Temple Revealed and Proof - Does God Exist? He has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs worldwide speaking on religion and propaganda. He has infiltrated various secret societies and been initiated into Orders many people had thought were long forgotten. Committed to the constant struggle to uncover the real history of mankind and the unraveling of manipulative propaganda, he has come up against many obstacles and yet in his book, The Serpent Grail he reveals a truth about the Holy Grail that gained the backing of academia and scholars. The truth shall be found in the Secrets of the Serpent.
James Pierrepont Greaves (1777-1842), the Sacred Socialist and His Followers
Author: J. E. M. Latham
Pubpsher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Alcott returned to New England with two of Greaves' followers, and with his family and Charles Lane set up the short-lived experiment in communal living, Fruitlands. Alcott House, meanwhile, suffered from internal conflict and the community expired in 1848."--BOOK JACKET.
His Sacred Blood is a small potent reference manual. It is dedicated to God and his bloodline (Jesus). His Sacred bloodline is compiled with significant bible miracles and inspirational themes correlated with scripture quotes. His Sacred bloodline has captured some of best quotes in the Holy Bible. Jesus is a positive role model. Jesus lived a gracious sinless life. He lived the life he taught and bestowed upon his many followers. The bible scripture reveals it in this quote: He has shown you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God. (MICAH 6:8) Jesus motivated, encouraged, inspired, and uplifted many bleak souls. His Sacred Bloodline is small genuine moral book that rejuvenates, encourage, soothes, your inner spirit with peace, love, hope and charity. It is a valuable small book with some of best bible quotes to energize and strengthen you. The Author Connie M. Hurt is a Health Professional. She is the youngest of eight siblings. She Credit her love and passion to writing from the inspirational power pack words from the Bible. Her faith in God enabled her to pursue her goals in life. Her faith in God gave her power to finish the following Schools. She graduated from Illinois Medical training Center with a A.A.S. Degree. South Suburban College with a degree in radiographic technology, and the University of Saint Francis with a Bachelor degree in health Arts.
Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation
Author: Robert Lloyd
Pubpsher: Xlibris Corporation
The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness is the first book to specifically illustrate how the major Gnostic myths underlie Jungs theory of individuation. It is a compelling and in-depth examination of a life-changing journey that begins with the author discovering the forgotten secrets of the Gnostics. These secrets are gradually unveiled as the author and his loyal dog, Gold, are initiated, each in their own way, to put the ancient knowledge into practice. Dr. Lloyd explores the esoteric side of Carl Jung and reveals the connections between Jungs pivotal theory of individuation, i.e. the journey to wholeness, and the powerful, visionary myths told by the pioneers of the psyche, the Gnostics. He details what happens to a person who is on the road to wholeness, how the person will change, and how a new divine-human identity will be born into the world as a result of undertaking this transformational odyssey. -KIRKUS DISCOVERIES Review - Did Carl Jungs principles of psychology have Gnostic origins? A Marine Corps Ph.D. explores the complex mystical possibilities. Lloyd splits his expansive hypothesis of the souls journey into three vital steps (preparation, undertaking and re-birth) in discovering Jungs path to wholeness. He credits Jung with saving his life by way of unlocking his imagination (the souls voice) and spiritual mindset. The author familiarizes readers with the Gnostic religious movement, practitioners of an intensely spiritual inner exploration, who believed that humans are not bound to experiences solely of the body and mind. His literary gift to Jung is these comparative ruminations, all exuding a great amount of imagination and provocative thought. Running parallel to the authors spiritually progressive interests is his adventuresome interaction with and imaginal dog named Gold, who discovers two seeds of knowledge. The first rediscovers the spark of divine life, whereby humans are one and the same with God, and the second amplifies Jungs individuation theory that the human ego must relate to the unconscious mind to achieve psychological health. Unerringly throughout his narrative, Lloyd grafts Gnostic myths with Jungian wisdom. He focuses on the psychic creator and king of the material world Demiurge in association with second-century Gnostic visionary Valentinus, whose tragic myth of Sophia tells of a restless female deity who travels outside of herself searching for wholeness rather than looking inward, and her ultimate repentance. Comparatively, Jung also writes of humans who restrict themselves to their five senses rather than tapping into the core strength of their imaginative visions where uncanny experiences might spring forth. As Lloyd (and Gold) survey principles of higher consciousness, the self, the transformative life-cycle process, and the concluding Syrian lyrical myth Song of the Pearl as they are juxtaposed against Jungs theories, the author also cites Gnostic challenges to contemporary religious beliefs as in the re-imagined genesis of Jesus of Nazareth. Most interestingly, Lloyd inserts Jung into his narrative to quiz his arbiters as to whether they have the desire to discover the mystery of their existence. Unfiltered hokum for some, but those who are open to it will find much-needed nourishment and direction for their searching souls. --Nielsen Business Media, 770 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 646-654-7277 fax 646-654-4706 [email protected] Visit www.robertcharleslloyd.com
In a new and engaging study, Halemba explores the religion and world outlook of the Telengits of Altai. The book provides an account of the Altai, its peoples, clans and political structures, focusing particularly on on the Telengits, whilst also considering the different elements of religious belief exhibited among these native peoples. Paradoxically, as the demand for national recognition grows among such people, and with it the need for more formal state structures, built around the nation, religion too begins to become formalized, and loses its natural, all-pervasive character. With the Telengits, whose natural religion includes elements of Buddhism, this takes the form of a debate as to whether the state religion of their polity is to be Buddhism or, contrary to the character of shamanism, a formal, structured, fixed shamanism. This is a comprehensive anthropological account of the contemporary religious life of the Telengits, holding important implications for wider debates in sociology and politics.
Exploring the intersection of religious sensibility and creativity in the poetry and prose of the American modernist writer, H.D., this volume explores the nexus of the religious, the visionary, the creative and the material. Drawing on original archival research and analyses of newly published and currently unpublished writings by H.D., Elizabeth Anderson shows how the poet's work is informed by a range of religious traditions, from the complexities and contradictions of Moravian Christianity to a wide range of esoteric beliefs and practices. H.D and Modernist Religious Imagination brings H.D.'s texts into dialogue with the French theorist Hélène Cixous, whose attention to writing, imagination and the sacred has been a neglected, but rich, critical and theological resource. In analysing the connection both writers craft between the sacred, the material and the creative, this study makes a thoroughly original contribution to the emerging scholarly conversation on modernism and religion, and the debate on the inter-relation of the spiritual and the material within the interdisciplinary field of literature and religion.