888 Spiritual Science
This list discusses the latest teachings of the Elder Brothers of Humanity, which includes Christian Esotericism, The Temple of St. John, Christian Mysticism, Christian Occultism, Johannine Christianity, Esoteric Christianity and Rosicrucian Christianity.
The teachings are quite close in nature to the work of Paracelsus, St. Francis of Assisi, Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophy, Max Heindel, Rosicrucian Fellowship and Valentin Tomberg (author of Meditations on the Tarot), Christian Hermeticism- although not completely the same as the aforementioned, students will find parallels. (Not associated with the Anthroposophical Society or the Rosicrucian Fellowship. Totally independent of any group or society.) Further keywords: Edgar Cayce, Alice Bailey, Agni Yoga, Theosophy, Blavatsky.
"It is the duty of Spiritual Science to reveal the purpose of living this life, even if it is by the necessary instruction of what may follow after, or come to us through realms invisible and unrecognized. We do not parley with total intangibles or tempt the student to desire death. This life, this minute, must be grasped and accounted for, that the path to a true spiritual acknowledgment be laid down ahead of time."
"The path of logic and the path of the heart both lead to but the same door. But the dynamic approach, from the path of the heart, shall quicken such gravity of those the higher inclinations."
"Yes, there is a slow form of soul-suicide, in which the man has regressed each subsequent lifetime, until that point where there is little to no receptivity for heavenly commiserations. So once again, we suggest that there can be no greater work that a man can instigate in order to help cease this suffering, than that of the promulgation of the true path - of the Heart - for all of Mankind."
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- May 30, 1998
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