2013: Nibirians

“And it came to pass when men began to multiply on the face of the earth… That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.” (Genesis 6:1-2,4.) According to the studies of Zecharia Sitchin, there is a 12th planet in our solar system. This planet is called Nibiru and is situated somewhere beyond Pluto. This controversial theory is based on Sitchin’s interpretation of ancient Sumerian texts, with its origin in the Bible, in the book of Genisis. Sitchin has spent decades as an archeologist and historian in the Middle East, researching ancient writings from the Sumerian civilization into a 5-part paperback […] Read More

1896: Fragments

IDOLATRY     The outward form of idolatry is but a veil, concealing the one Truth like the veil of the Saitic Goddess, Only that truth, being for the few, escapes the majority. To the pious profane, the veil recovers a celestial locality thickly peopled with divine beings, dwarfs and giants, good and wicked powers, all of whom are no better than human caricatures. Yet, wile for the great majority the space behind the veil is really impenetrable – if it would but confess the real state of its mind – those, endowed with the “third eye” (the eye of Shiva), discern in the Cimmerian darkness and chaos a light in whose intense radiance all shape born of human conception disappears, leaving the all-informing divine PRESENCE, to be felt – not seen; sensed – never expressed.     A charming allegory translated from an old Sanskrit manuscript illustrates this idea admirably: […] Read More

Cross and Fire

Perhaps the most widespread and universal among the symbols in the old astronomical systems, which have passed down the stream of time to our century, and have left traces everywhere in the Christian religion as elsewhere, – are the Cross and the Fire – the latter, the emblem of the Sun. The ancient Aryans had them both as the symbols of Agni. Whenever the ancient Hindu devotee desired to worship Agni – says E. Burnouf (Science des Religions, c. 10) – he arranged two pieces of wood in the form of a cross, and, by a peculiar whirling and friction obtained fire for his sacrifice. As a symbol, it is called Swastica, and, as an instrument manufactured out of a sacred tree and in possession of every Brahmin, it is known as Arani. The Scandinavians had the same sign and called it Thor’s Hammer, as bearing a mysterious magneto-electric […] Read More

1888: An Epitome of Theosophy

By William Q. Judge Theosophy, the Wisdom-Religion, has existed from immemorial time. It offers us a theory of nature and of life which is founded upon knowledge acquired by the Sages of the past, more especially those of the East; and its higher students claim that this knowledge is not imagined or inferred, but that it is a knowledge of facts seen and known by those who are willing to comply with the conditions requisite for seeing and knowing. Theosophy, meaning knowledge of or about God (not in the sense of a personal anthropomorphic God, but in that of divine “godly” wisdom), and the term “God” being universally accepted as including the whole of both the known and the unknown, it follows that “Theosophy” must imply wisdom respecting the absolute; and, since the absolute is without beginning and eternal, this wisdom must have existed always. Hence Theosophy is sometimes […] Read More

1837-1899: The Veil Withdrawn

Compiled by Mrs. Clara Sophia Jessup Bloomfield Moore (1837-1899) We shall yet seek to raise the veil and to penetrate into the secrets of things. – H. T. Buckle, 1836 Such insight as this system ventures to give is generally regarded as unattainable. The tidings which it brings, it will be said, are too good to be true. Meantime, so far as we have gone, it represents nature. And thus the winter carries the spring in its bosom, and in the ruins of old systems new ones are provided for. – MacVicar, 1860 True philosophy, when reached, said Professor George Bush, will conduct us into the realm of the spiritual as the true region of causes, and will disclose new and unthought of relations between the world of matter and of mind. It is these unthought of relations which Keely’s system of sympathetic physics brings to light; opening out […] Read More

THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU 3

CHAPTER III SYMBOLS OF THE DEITY AND HIS ATTRIBUTES SACRED SYMBOLS.–To make the Sacred Symbols as intelligible as possible to my readers I am dividing them into classes. I shall start with the highest, most Sacred Symbol of all, the Sun as Ra symbolizing the Deity. It is the collective symbol representing the Deity with all His attributes, and the only symbol that does so. Next will be given symbols of His various attributes. Although I have narrated the Tale of the Creation in my first book, The Lost Continent of Mu, I am repeating it in this one for two reasons. First:–All symbols connected with the Creation were looked upon as sacred, and were used in religious ceremonies. Second:–In the version I am now giving I am extending it slightly, which makes it come nearer to the original version. This will be followed by symbols used in religious […] Read More

THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU 2

CHAPTER II RELIGIONS Mu‘s RELIGION.–It is fairly well established that all religions have a common origin. Let us see what that source was. The first records of religion are more than 70,000 years old. They tell us that a body of trained masters from Mu, called Naacals, were carrying to her various colonies and colonial empires copies of the Motherland’s Sacred Inspired Religion. These Naacals formed in each country colleges for the teaching of the priestcraft religion, and the sciences. The priesthoods that were formed in these colleges in turn taught the people. There is a very interesting ancient writing about the Chaldis, as the colleges were called in Babylonia. It says: “Everyone was welcome, be he prince or slave. Directly they passed into the temple, they were equal, for they stood in the presence of the Heavenly Father, the Father of them all, and here they became brothers […] Read More