“”The ancestors. They are in our bones. Remember.”

"When societies lose their initiation practices, new ones emerge, for rites of passage are hardwired in the human psychological formula." "The classic tarot deck is a great representation of this, as it parallels the esoteric Jewish Kabbalah, in symbolically showing us the four levels of magickal morphogenesis through the suits of the wands, cups, swords, … Continue reading “”The ancestors. They are in our bones. Remember.”

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P.D. Ouspensky: Strange Life of Ivan Osokin – Ivan-Osokin.pdf

"At six years of age Ouspensky was reading on an adult level. Two books made a strong impression on him—Lermontov's A Hero for Our Time and Turgenev's A Sportsman's Notebook. Lermontov's book is noteworthy since the ideas it expresses—the plasticity of time and questions of predestination, fate and recurrence—are those that would occupy Ouspensky throughout … Continue reading P.D. Ouspensky: Strange Life of Ivan Osokin – Ivan-Osokin.pdf

“…to have a soul for stones, metals, water and plants” (Passage from Büchner’s Lenz)

“…to have a soul for stones, metals, water and plants”
(Passage from Büchner’s Lenz)”

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The following morning he came down, he very calmly told Oberlin how his mother had appeared to him in the night; she had emerged from the dark churchyard wall in a white dress and had a white and a red rose pinned to her chest; she had then sunk into a corner and the roses had slowly grown over her, she had no doubt died; he had felt quite calm about this. Oberlin then remarked that when his father died he was alone in the fields and then heard a voice so that he knew his father was dead when he came back home this was indeed so. This led them further, Oberlin spoke of the mountain people, of girls who could detect water and metal under the ground, of men who had been possessed on certain peaks and wrestled with spirits; he also told of how he had once…

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