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Philosopher, Hermeticist, Theologian, Kabbalist, Symbolist and Eternal Student
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As a decade long researcher and student of Ancient Lore/Theology and Universal Symbolism I've been wanting to create a site where I can collate all my Esoteric research and studies in one area, this is that site.
While Youtube and other social media platforms like MeWe are great to connect with like minded souls seeking out an understanding for this knowledge there is always a risk my Channel could be taken down. The amount of censorship that is happening on platforms like Youtube and other social media makes it important to have another platform where this knowledge is not at risk of being obliterated by some algorithm or over zealous techie. Please feel free to download my videos onto your own computer so you always have them for reference, especially videos about the Hermetic Principles.
Basically this site is just like a big library so that YOU can go and seek out more information on the subject of Ancient Knowledge using the research I have already begun. The idea of being a student of the Ancient Lore is to become your own teacher, trust in your own intellect. Nobody can tell you the truth you have to discover it for yourself.
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FROM THE KOLBRIN BIBLE
14:5: You wonder why there are so few awakened, but it is not man himself, but his own folly and blindness, his own spiritual apathy, who has slammed shut the gate leading to the road of enlightenment? Perhaps the truth is that man declines the necessary spiritual effort. It is your task to sound the awakening call, to rouse man from his spiritual drowsiness and stir him into action. - (The Celtic Texts of the Coelbook: Chapter 14 – Book of Lucius)
12:13: The discipline of the moral teachings; when fully practiced and lived, is the first essential step towards illumination. It is only by completely eliminating his own self-centeredness that man can become aware of the communicating point within himself, whereby he can contact the reality above. By this means alone, he escapes from a world of shadows and illusions. When the greater self awakens within, the peace and joy of spiritual consciousness fills life with splendour, but first the childish struggle for worthless, unreliable things must cease. The spirit of man is like a caged beast, ever restless, ever seeking to escape to a greater sphere, but too often the restlessness is stilled by drugs of worldliness.
12:14: The unenlightened man is unaware of anything beyond his limiting mortal wall, or outside the scope of his own ideas and interpretations. Yet his ideas are clouds of preconceived prejudices and his interpretations deceptive illusions. He is dead to reality, entombed within himself. - (The Kolbrin Manuscripts: (Chapter 12 – Celtic Texts of the Coelbook: Book of Lucius)
FROM MANLY P. HALL
"Few realize that even at the present stage of civilization in this world, there are souls who, like the priests of the ancient temples, walk the earth and watch and guard the sacred fires that burn upon the altar of humanity. Purified ones they are, who have renounced the life of this sphere in order to guard and protect the Flame, that spiritual principle in man, now hidden beneath the ruins of his fallen temple. " - Introduction, Initiates of the Flame, Manly P. Hall.
Patience is not only willingness to wait, it is indifference in a sense to the time element in accomplishment. One must forget his hopes of illumination in six months or six years or sixty years, continue sincerely in his effort and realize that the reward will come in due time. The workings of nature are not to be hastened by any desperate effort to accomplish everything here and now. Without patience there can be no illumination, no consummation of effort. Metaphysics is the most profound form of human knowledge and the rewards of effort in this direction should not be envisioned as imminent. Man should never expect metaphysical enlightenment until he has perfected himself in every department of living and thinking. - Manly P. Hall (A Monthly Letter April 1936)
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