The Fall of Atlantis

The disappearance of Atlantis into the dimensional limbo she called home for thousands of years shattered the True Atlantean Empire, but was not unknown to some True Atlanteans before the event happened. A few clans of True Atlanteans, the clans of Tarquises and Gilbatro had argued against the experiment saying the experiment would have massive repercussions on the entire Atlantean culture. They were correct. After Pandora’s Box was opened and the magic waned over the planet, the scientists of clans Tarquises and Gilbatro predicted a cataclysm happening to the continent of Atlantis which would scatter the clans and cause living conditions on the surface of Atlantis to become unbearable and impossible. In an attempt to prevent the greatest loss of life, the clans decided to explore the caverns underneath the continent to see if there was a way to create a livable area where the clans could go when the cataclysm they predicted occurred. While the clans […] Read More

1892: Old Philosophers and Modern Critics

In one of the oldest philosophies and religious systems of prehistoric times, we read that at the end of a Mahâ-Pralaya (general dissolution) the great Soul, Param-Atmâ the Self-Existent, that which can be “apprehended only by the suprasensual,” becomes “manifest of itself.”1 The Hindûs give this “Existence” various names, one of which is Svayambhû, or Self-Existent. This Svayambhû emanates from itself the creative faculty, or Svâyambhuva – the “Son of the Self-Existent” – and the One becomes Two; this in its turn evolves a third principle with the potentiality of becoming Matter which the orthodox call Virâj, or the Universe.2 This incomprehensible Trinity became later anthropomorphized into the Trimûrti, known as Brahmâ, Vishnu, Shiva, the symbols of the creative, the preservative, and the destructive powers in Nature – and at the same time of the transforming or regenerating forces, or rather of the three aspects of the one Universal […] Read More

The Cycle Moveth

Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves of change. –TENNYSON The goal of yesterday will be the starting- point of to-morrow. –CARLYLE The great mystic of the eighteenth century, the ardent disciple of Jacob Boehme – Louis Claude de Saint Martin – used to say in the last years of his life: “I would have loved to meet more with those who guess at truths, for such alone are living men.” This remark implies that, outside the limited circle of mystics which has existed in every age, people endowed with correct psychic intuition were still fewer at the end of the last century than they are now. These were, indeed, years of complete soul-blindness and spiritual drought. It is during that century that the chaotic darkness and Babylonish confusion with regard to spiritual things, which have ever reigned in brains too crammed with mere scientific […] Read More