Almost everyone who has lived in contact with Western civilizations who, religiously speaking, professed Christianity, has heard certain familiar phrases or cliches which were uttered by the evangelistic expressionists of this religion; these phrases being such as “The Lord Jesus Christ” or “Accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior,” etc. At the time … Continue reading Religion VS. Limitless Boundaries of the Soul
In various places throughout the works of Unarius, great emphasis has been placed upon the concept of obsession, and because of its importance to us in our daily lives and our future evolution, it might be well at this time to enter into some more extensive and technical aspects of this all-important subject. No doubt … Continue reading Unlocking Potential
Greetings fellows: This is certainly a happiest and joyful occasion, and so far as my personal feelings are concerned, this joy is not some selfish joy in which I may be vindicated in my personal beliefs, or that I gain satisfaction in some such manner or form; but rather the joy I feel is for … Continue reading Our Boundless Prospects
Practical spiritual science deals with several aspects, which are all different, yet nonetheless connected. In this blog post, we will discuss motif, trust, trials, refinement, transformation, strength, pride, reward, meditation, altruism, solidarity, etc. Motif The right motive for seeking self-insight is about focusing on insight and not on yourself. Self-insight is essential, but it is … Continue reading 11 Aspects of Practical Spiritual Science
The HERMETIC PHILOSOPHY – is considered to be a pearl of ancient and eternal wisdom. Hermes is identical to the god of wisdom Tehuti (Greek: Thoth). In the drawings of the Osiris Temple in Abydos, Tehuti reaches the ankh cross – the symbol of life – to Pharaoh Sethos I, in the form of Osiris. … Continue reading Origin of The Hermetic Philosophy
More and more people use the word “esoteric,” and among other things, it has become commonplace to say that symbolism usually has an “esoteric meaning.” Some, therefore, believe that esoteric means “mysterious” or “mystery,” but the word “mystery” is Greek, and was originally used for the often dramatic representations of the world’s creation, cosmic processes, … Continue reading The Definition of Esoteric Science
Let clear something out right from the start: In this article, it is not questioned whether the ability to “see” using spiritual senses is a fact or not. The starting point is that psychic abilities are a fact. Instead, it focuses on whether you can rely on the nature and quality of the clairvoyance that … Continue reading Mental Abilities – Fact or Fiction?
Occultism & morality are not synonimous, qutee contrary. When it comes to to occultism, many people believe this is an “immoral” practice. Try and ask 10 random people on the street and I believe 9 out of 10 will tell you that people who engage in occult practices are immoral. The root of this misconception … Continue reading Occultism & Morality
7 Hermetic Principles are very simple, here we have listed them brifly and in a very simple form. 1. The principle of mentalism – or the principle of thought. “The universe is a mindset – the universe is mental.” 2. The principle of correspondence – or the principle of conformity or symmetry. “As above, so … Continue reading The 7 Hermetic Principles
When it comes to occultism, there is a lot of mystery, and mainly misunderstanding. People tend to mix all sorts of terms with the occult starting from Black magic, voodoo, ancient Egyptian traditions, tarot cards, fortune telling, fairies, vampires, satanic rituals, animal sacrifice, and the list goes on. As an avid practitioner of the Master … Continue reading What Is Occultism?
Not least of the wonders of modern psychical research is the discovery that nothing in all the phenomena is new—that under other names and by other races every sort of manifestation was familiar to the most remote peoples. This would certainly seem to meet the argument of the physicist—it is not necessary to refer again … Continue reading The Explanation of The Hypnotic State
The famous Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was trialed and convicted in 1633 for publishing his evidence that supported the Copernican theory that the Earth revolves around the Sun. His research was instantly criticized by the Catholic Church for going against the established scripture that places Earth and not the Sun at the … Continue reading The Death of Galileo