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Awaken World Within. “Man has become so earthly and outward,” wrote Gichtel, a mystic of the 17th Century, “that he seeks afar, deep in the starry sky, in the higher eternity (as modern science is doing), for that which is quite near him, within the inner center of his Soul.” The more the Soul penetrates within itself, the nearer it approaches God, until it finally appears before the Holy Trinity, where it reaches the deeper and hidden knowledge

Awaken World Within. “Man has become so earthly and outward,” wrote Gichtel, a mystic of the 17th Century, “that he seeks afar, deep in the starry sky, in the higher eternity (as modern science is doing), for that which is quite near him, within the inner center of his Soul.” The more the Soul penetrates within itself, the nearer it approaches God, until it finally appears before the Holy Trinity, where it reaches the deeper and hidden knowledge.

Fundamental Truths of the Universe come to man thru those Cosmic channels, and appear in him as Spiritual Intuition. This faculty has been curshed and dormatized in civilized man by despots for their profit and power. It is more active in primitive races because they have more freedom and less suppression by their rulers.

Intuition is involuntary urgings and prorptings, received in Man’s conscience without apparent effort. It is the effect of Cosmic Consciousness flowing into the brain, and informing man that he is more than Potter’s Clay (Job 33:6).

These facts must be kept hidden from the rultitude. To let the masses know these things is dangerous to organized institutions, but less dangerous now than when Papal power was suprere.

Dr. Carver writes, “We are limited in our acquisition of knowledge to intuition—deductions. There is no other, there has never been another, there will never be another channel thni which we may receive Universal Intelligence. We must get Universal Truth, if at all, thni intuition.”

It is not beyond the grave, nor in the dis-tant regions of the Universe, nor in physical man, that we should search for the solution of the secret of what occurs in Somatic death.

The answer is found in many places, including the Bible, which says, Man is transformed; he is changed in the twinkling of an eye (in the process terred death), and his Real Self is re- leased, from its physical prison and passes to a new environment, a new state of consciousness, in the Future Life, where new wonders greet hini’ (I Cor. 15: 51, 52).

The Solar Spirit in man is termed the Soul, and a vague consciousness, com-ing from the Infinite, has informed the lowest of men thru the Soul, that he is more than mortal.

This vague consciousness affects the sub-conscious power in man, and ap-pears in him as Spiritual Intuition. Modern science terms it “superstition,” while Romanism calls it “heresy.” By theology man is taught to believe in a God in a remote region ruling in a mythical heaven, with the gospel Jesus sitting on His right hand (Mk. 16:19). This theory was invented to enslave man and keep him in darkness.

Man’s subconscious mind, ruling the involuntary functions of his body, is the link that connects Conscious Man with Cosmic Consciousness.

The intelligence of the subconscious mind is far greater than that of the conscious mind. The subconscious rind is ruled by Universal Intelligence, where-as the conscious rind is ruled by man’s five physical senses. Suppose we should imagine faithfully that we are actually Eternal Life.

We continue this psychic state until a neurosis or brain path is formed. Then the idea becomes fixed and functions in our subconscious mind constantly. Ex-hilarating vibrations are produced which affect the blood and vital organs, and we begin to progress to a higher plane of consciousness.

When you commence to do this, reveal the secret to no one. For the reaction of friends would be unfavorable, and you would be regarded as a fool or a liar. We hate those who rise above in and pity those who fall below us. Various means are employed to keep us in darkness. We are steeped in sci-entific materialism, in the theory of evolutionism, in the church dogma of super -naturalism, and in what not isms?

 So we logically live in fear of strange impressions that come to us, and reject the inner urge, the peculiar pressure on ow.  intuition, our instinct, and conceal from friends the strange missions that actually core to in from the Spiritual World. If we revealed them, we would be adjudged “possessed” or in-sane.

Not so many years ago. the world was filled with “witches.” This was an-other fraud of Roranism. (ten it saw its power fading as a result of the bold work begun by Luther, it grew more desperate and resorted to more bloody deeds to hold its victims in line.

Witchcradt was one of these measures. It painted a terrifying picture of “witches” who were alleged to be certain people who believed that there was a King Devil, and that he sent forth millions of lesser imps that entered into the bodies of men and women who were willing to cake the requisite compact in order that they might do injury to their enemies. Darkness is necessary to make people believe such fraud. In the terrible 16th Century, Roaanism urged the criminal prosecution of ‘Witches” by the civil authorities, conposed of men who feared the power of the Romanists.

“Witch hunts” became common. People were afraid to show any unusual intelligence, or internal feelings, or inner impressions that care to thenfl. and women in particular, always more psychic than man, feared to incur the displea-sure of friends and neighbors, knowing they might be charged with endeavoring to “cast a spell” over them, or with having forted a compact with Satan. By the 17th Century the messes of Europe had been taught by Romanism to hunt for “witches” and thousands of innocent persons were tried, convicted by courts. ruled by Romanism, and put to death. John Wesley (1705-1791), a “big shot” Romanist in England, declared that “to disbelieve in witchcraft is to disbelieve in the Bible.”

In Fhgland sore than 30,000 “witches” were burned at the stake. The last victim was executed in Scotland in 1722.

In 1670 such executions were forbidden in France by official edict issued by Louis XIV. In England the prosecution of ‘Witches” was abolished by act of Parliament in 1736.

In glorious America the last execution of “witches” occurred in 1692. The Pilgrim Fathers fled from Europe to the wilderness of America in 1620 to escape from Roman persecution, but they took with them some of their “Rouen superstition.”

Romanism begins to decline when Spiritual Intuition is allowed to live. Man rust be kept in mental slavery and darkness to save Romanism. He must consider himself fortunate if he can safely hope to reach Purgatory after he dies. Hence the almost constant pre-occupation of Romanites with their fate beyond the grave.

The specter of the dead is forever present in the controlled mind of the Romanite, along with the great fear that his repeated works of penance and obedience to the priest’s command will not even get him to Purgatory. His unquestioning dependence upon the priest as his mediator with God can thus be understood. Mental enslavement is the answer.

Only in more recent times has it become safer, not safe, for psychic phenomena to be brought out of the darkness, and for literature like this work to see the light of day.

Man is slowly breaking the chains of Roman darkness and returning to the path trod by the Masters — but at what unspeakable terror, horror, blood-shed and cest.

Due to persecution, civilized man has been afraid to develop his Inner Power of Mind sufficiently to realize that the demise of his body does not damage his Spiritual Self.

In recent years, with the invention of radio, it has become more difficult for Romanism

to suppress knowledge of the Spiritual World — knowledge to the effect that the seemingly silent and empty Ether is really another world by Which we are unconsciously surrounded, and which is saturated with sounds, awaiting only the proper instruments to make them audible to man. Then cores television, and images are added to sound. This proves that the Image of persons and other objects, as well as sound, is projected thru space at terrific speed. Within the short space of our own tine, the mystery of the Spiritual World, so long suppressed by Romanism, and so long scorned by materialism, and so well explored by the Masters, has been slightly revealed to us.

More amazing mysteries of the Spiritual World are yet to come, as we gain more freedom from the suppression of Romanism and materialism, and advance in knowledge of Spiritual Truth.

Even now, telepathy is a proven fact. But civilized man’s mental processes are so faulty, due to suppression and degeneracy, that this faculty must be improved by the improvement of man’s brain and body, in order to bring him up nearer to the physical state of that of the Masters. Then his brain will become capable of better function.

In the mysticism of different countries and different peoples, the same images, the sane discoveries, are invariably repeated. Humanity is regarded by occultism as two concentric circles. All the history of humanity that we know, is the history of the outer circle.

Within the outer circle there is another circle, of which men of the outer circle know nothing, and the existence of which they sometimes only dimly suspect. Yet the life of the outer circle in its most important manifestations, and particularly in its development, is actually guided by the inner circle. The inner or esoteric circle forms a life within a life.

Modern science is completely materialistic, and materialism grew out of Romanism. The ancient world was never superficially materialistic. The Masters regarded the Material as only a vehicle for the Spiritual (I Core 6:19). The Masters knew how to penetrate to the depths of an idea, and how to find in it not only one meaning, but many meanings.

We hear much and know little of the higher mind and higher consciousness. The idea of esotericism is chiefly that of the higher mind. To realize what this means, we must first understand that ordinary minds are not the highest possible order of mind. Human thought can work on very different levels. The human mind can rise to levels almost inconceivable to the ordinary mind, and we can see the results of the work of higher mind — those most accessible to us being the astonishing allegorism and the astounding symbolism of the Ancient Masters, appearing in the Bible and in other ancient literature, and on the stone temples and nonurrents of the ancient world.

The Masters regarded the earth, moon and sun as symbols of material, psychic and divine objects, and recognized the fact that there are corresponding states of consciousness, graded according to the degree to which mental possibilities are realized. These can also be classed as material, psychic and divine.

The Masters held that integral reality comprises an identifiable series of discontinuous realms, some of which are normally imperceptible to the average men. Every person has the latent potentiality for developing a corresponding series of faculties with which he can contact and know these higher realms. Some persons are more fortunate than others in being born with or in acquiring various degrees of higher perceptive powers, such as telaesthesia, prescient dreams, telepathy, television.

Others develop a higher and rarer faculty of in-sight and become transcendental philosophers, prophetic seers or mystics

The Master with the higher mind possesses knowledge unknown to ordinary man, however clever and intelligent he may be. This is termed esoteric knowledge.

The logical mind knows its limitations and is strong enough to resist the terptatiOn to venture, without proper training, into problems beyond its powers and capacities, and thus becomes a psychological mind.

The method used by the psychological mind is that of distinguishing between different levels of thinking, and of realizing the fact that perceptions change according to the powers and properties of the perceiving faculty. The psychological mind can see the limitations of the “logical mind” and the absurdities of the “defective mind’. It can understand the realities of the existence of a higher mind and of esoteric knowledge, and see it in its manifestations. That is impossible for a merely logical mind. Scientists of the logical mind demand physical demonstration for everything, yet such demonstration of great truths appears only in the effects produced by Cosmic Causes — in the products of the unseen Intelligence and Force that di-rect and produce that visible world which men call Nature. The depths hidden within men’s conscious mind were well understood by the Masters, who taught that everything is within man, and there is nothing Outside him (Lu. 17:21).

The Masters taught that by penetrating properly within the depths of him-self, man may find everything and attain everything which he needs and which God intended for him to have. What he will attain depends on what and how he seeks (I Ki. 4:33; Mat. 6:6).

In common civilized life, man is oppressed, suppressed, misled, miseducated, deceived, kept in darkness, lives only on the surface of himself, and is, ac-cordingly, ignorant and even unconscious of what lies in his own depths — in the billions of solar systems of the atoms of his body and brain, on which are re-corded the events of his being from the present back to eternity.

Before the physical world existed in its present form, nun was (Jn. 8:58).

But when misled civilized man thinks of infinity, he is taught to conceive it as being outside him. The Masters knew and taught that infinity is within man.

By consciously and silently penetrating within his awn Soul, man may there find infinity within himself, core in contact with it, and enter into it. That is Cosmic Consciousness.

“Man has become so earthly and outward,” wrote Gichtel, a mystic of the 17th Century, “that he seeks afar, deep in the starry sky, in the higher eternity (as modern science is doing), for that which is quite near him, within the inner center of his Soul.”

The more the Soul penetrates within itself, the nearer it approaches God, until it finally appears before the Holy Trinity, where it reaches the deeper and hidden knowledge.

The peculiarity and the distinctive features of the ideas of the Real World appear absurd when considered in the light of modern materialism. We hear much about Superman and are led to believe that the nearness or remoteness of Superman from man lies in time. But it actually lies in man himself.

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