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15 years ago
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Robert Lomas wrote: > > Hi Pete > > It is a pity that your grandfather wasn't more open with you, > but Freemasons of that period were not open. > > With the knowledge you now have, and using your own > experinence you might find the Wilmshurst's The Meaning of > Masonry makes more sense for you. Is would taek a guess that > your grandfather would have been famil
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15 years ago
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Anne-Marie wrote: > > Pete, > > It may be that through an accident or trauma, unusual > circumstances, there is a quickening of the "opening of the > doors" or chakras, in such cases it is difficult to close > them again. Elisabeth Haich, yoga expert says this, and > therefore experienting with drugs are dangerous practices. > One should take good care of th
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15 years ago
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Anne-Marie, I'm 400 books behind in my reading right now. I have too many subjects I'm trying to understand. :-) Because of Robert's timely thoughts I may change the order of my reading material. I just started Talisman and I'm about half way through. The best book I have found on the subject is Projectiology by Dr. Waldo Vieira. 1200 plus pages. Sub Titled A Panorama of Experiences of the Co
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15 years ago
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Anne-Marie wrote: > > Hi Rob, > At a certain stage I think he got tired > of it all, and also he had to deal with fear. Anyway it is > all explained, but he also warns that there are dangers in > starting this on your own. > All I read about the subject is you definitely need a > reliable teacher. When the student is ready the teacher will > appear...Those that do get
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15 years ago
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Anne-Marie wrote: > > Hi Broker, > > There are two cords.? > R.Monroe clearly says that his OBE aren't comparible with the > higher states the Masters experience. It seems his kite is > flying on a lower level, there seem to be more than one. If > this is related to cords, I do not know. > > Regards, > A-M Anne-Marie, I have had experiences in seeing a silv
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15 years ago
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Milo/Rob, Are you aware there is a golden cord as well? And that there are differences between the two. Pete(sorry for top posting) Milo wrote: > Maurice Cotterell appears to be saying what you said - that > it's a dangerous practise losing the perception of the > boundaries of the body. The only major difference between > your quote and Maurice Cotterell's is that Maurice Cotter
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15 years ago
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Robert Lomas wrote: > Hi Fisherman > > The effect is one which induces supernatural awe and a great > expansion of conciousness as well as a loss of perception of > the boundaries of your body, and your sense of time.. > > It is a difficult state to achieve without discipline and > practice, (it is also dangerous to your mental stability to > try it without appropria
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15 years ago
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Robert, Thank you very much for your answer. In reflecting back to his strong personal conviction and dedication to Masonry I knew there had to be something very deep seated that would have caused him to leave the craft. According to my father he was obsessed with it and when he left he never gave any reason to even his family as to why. What you have presented makes logical sense. His morals
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15 years ago
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Robert, after having been given some rather cryptic messages about Freemasonry by my grandfather 30 years ago, I found many answers in your books all of which I have read. He was in his early 90's at the time and he died shortly after so I didn't get to ask many questions and he wasn't eager about volunteering much in the way of explainations. He left the Craft in the 1920's after becoming di
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9 years ago
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Hi Karl, Most informative read! Best, Pete P.S. Glad to see that you are still lurking. Mark Harlem wrote: > Of course I would take the liberty of suggesting > The Secret of the Sacred > Panel > Sincerely > Karl
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11 years ago
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Very cute! Best, pete
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11 years ago
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Gadje can't jan my mangin. ;-) Best, Pete
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11 years ago
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You might want to read Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer (or in fact any of Krakauers other books). The book is much more fully fleshed out than the movie. Pete shamanaut wrote: > last night i watched a very moving film, -INTO THE WILD- the > true story of a young man who gave up his university money to a > charity, left home at 22 and hitchiked to Alaska to "Live in > the Wild
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12 years ago
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Fuzzy, Sorry to see things work out like this. It does seem rather odd the way some events have played out of late. I have always considered you to be fair and your logic well reasoned. I post very rarely anymore and find I'm reading the board less and less. All the best, Pete
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12 years ago
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My favourite is The Master & The Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov. "Bulgakov is the Soviet version of Imperial Russia's Dostoevsky, but unlike Dostoyevsky who had a mastery of the mind/soul, Bulgakov's mastery is in the literature of oppression." A Russian friend who recommended it to me has spent 40 years trying unravel the symbolism contained within it. It is both bizarre and fasci
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12 years ago
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Hi Claude, Yes a persons mind set can lead to a pre-determined result with some of these kinds of tests but certain functions are hard wired into the way the brain handles information. By merely moving certain body parts on the left or right side of your body you can influence the direction the dancer starts to rotate in. I even got the dancer to stop moving completely a couple of times. I read
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12 years ago
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Hi Claude, Try leaving it running as you do different things. Then take a glance at it every so often. You will see that it will turn both ways as your thought process or activities change. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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Hi Hoppy, Its interesting thinking about different subjects and watching it change direction as your mind changes direction. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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As I changed my thought process to key in this response it reversed from a clockwise rotation to go in the opposite direction (anti-clockwise). I don't have the complete answer but I would guess my thought process switched from the right side of my brain to the left side to cause this to happen. I would be interested to see if you left it running and started doing a different activity and then
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12 years ago
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Hi Ghia. You missed your calling. I hope the travel agents are giving you a discount. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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Interesting exercise. Although mine turned clockwise, I noticed thinking about something that required a logical conclusion started it turning the opposite way. Once I had dealt with that issue it went back to spinning clockwise. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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I'd give 50 million to charities. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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Fuzzy, thank you for doing a thankless job. Best, Pete
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12 years ago
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Hi Deb & Amy, Lets look at the story of Snow White from the point of view of someone who was an alchemist. Alchemy symbolizes the actual evolution of the person from a state in which the material world predominates to a spiritual state - the transmutation of base metals into gold equates with the transformation of the human being into pure spirit. Alchemy, in fact involved the practitioner
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12 years ago
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Hi Deb, No I didn't know that. But the parallel symbolism in many areas between the two would then make it more understandable. They are both associated with the Cross and its symbolism . I run into this all the time in symbolism. Some of the deepest secrets are veiled this way. In fact I have discovered several examples where the exact meaning of the symbolism can only be discovered by combin
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12 years ago
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Interesting topic but you have hardly touched on it. :-) This is by no means complete but will give you an idea. Best, Pete Symbolism of the Apple/Tree: The apple is employed symbolically in several senses which, however apparently distinct, are in fact interconnected. There are ‘The Apple of Discord’ awarded by Paris; ‘The Golden Apples’ from the Garden of the Hesperides, the fruit of immo
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12 years ago
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Hi Don, Hopefully, it might get published in Canada. I would love to read it. I would bet Karl will re-emerge somewhere but perhaps not as Karl. Who knows he may even be reading this. :-) Best, Pete > Hi pete ... > > Last I heard before Karl Hammer went into self imposed exile > and seclusion was that it was in the hands of his lawyers in > Los Angeles, California and was wait
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12 years ago
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Hi Don, Is the book going to be published in English? Best, Pete
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13 years ago
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Hi Akula, I wonder if he could be Tuareg? Pete > Dunno if its of interest over here - this fella just seems to > have appeared in the middle of nowhere in West Wales (UK) > > > > Seems the only clue is a book that he had on his person with > writing similar to an isolated Berber tribe. > > QuoteHe has briefly spoken once in a language thought to be > Amharic,
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13 years ago
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Hi Gengus, I believe at one time the word Red was used in reference "to brighten" or the word meretricious comes to mind. It could mean alluring or attractive in a flashy way. If you think of a Red Light district you have Ladies of the Evening dressed accordingly to attract customers. Pete > One I have never been able to track down and figure out is 'red > up,' my mother would
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