6474Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Truth vs. Fiction of the Sound Current?
- Dec 9, 2012These are only sample excerpts, but will show in the two books where to
"Man is a spiritual being.
"The source of this spiritual Omniscience, you may not, in our
finite intelligence, fully cognize, because full cognition would
preclude the possibility of finite expression.
"The destiny of man is to dwell in his true home.
"His true home is that nameless world where dwells the true Lord of
"The argument of the saviors of the three worlds is that man's
destiny is perfection.
"Man perfected becomes a god, they say.
"To become a God in the land of Daswan Dwar is to become immortal.
"Let me consider what this means, supposing it to be an axiom of
"Mortality is subject to change and death. Mortality is the manifest
- the stage upon which man in his life plays many parts.
"Immortality is what the word implies, Godhood, and recognized in
the mortal 'I am' or, 'Om', the charged word of the Brahman of the
world of Brahm. It stands for the changeless, birthless, deathless,
unamable power that holds the worlds in space, and puts intelligence
into man. [... .]
- Dialogues With The Master, by Paul Twitchell (1970) p. 174
Man is essentially a spiritual being.
The source of this spiritual Omniscience we may not, in our finite
intelligence, fully cognize, because full cognition would preclude the
possibility of finite expression. The destiny of man is perfection. Man
perfected becomes a god.
"Only the gods are immortal," we are told.
Let us consider what this means, supposing it to be an axiom of truth.
Mortality is subject to change and death. Mortality is the
manifest--the stage upon which "man in his life plays many parts."
Immortality, is what the word says it is--godhood re-cognized in the
mortal. "Im" or, "Om"--the more general term--stands for the
Changeless. Birthless. Deathless. Unnamable Power that holds the worlds
in space, and puts intelligence into man. [... .]
"Each and every Soul, therefore, in the lower worlds has its spiritual
counterpart - its other half with which it unites on the spiritual
plane, when the time comes for the attainment of the highest goal of
the world of Brahm and that counterpart is the ECK Spirit." (DWTM p.
Each and every SOUL, therefore, has its spiritual counterpart--its
"other half," with which it unites on the spiritual plane, when the
time comes for attainment of immortality.
From: Russ Rodnick <russrodnick@...>
Sent: Sun, Dec 9, 2012 8:51 am
Subject: Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Truth vs. Fiction of the
sure does have the same characteristics.
From: prometheus_973 <prometheus_973@...>
Sent: Saturday, December 8, 2012 10:58 PM
Subject: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Truth vs. Fiction of the
I was reading some
of this book, which
was written in 1913
or 15, and just about
every page sounds
a lot like Twitchell's
Twitchell must have
plagiarized the hell
out of this in order
to create his EK dogma
and to make himself
seem spiritually advanced,
wise. And, since PT
was a narcissist he
probably used this
info to impress others,
including Gail, when,
in truth, he was a
mere wannabe, liar,
There is a chapter in Paul Twitchell's book,
Dialogues With The Master (1970),
called: THE LORD SOHANG SPEAKS.
Go to Ali Nomad's book - Cosmic Consciousness
(first published in 1913?) - and compare the text
with what Lord Sohang reportedly spoke to Paul
Twitchell in Dialogues With The Master.
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