When things go wrong we automatically start looking for the causes for it. Perhaps we learn from our failures and disillusions, or maybe we just cry over it and dress up as the victim of the whole situation. Looking for someone or something to blame. But everything that happens in this world is a result of a series of effects, much more complex than we could ever imagine.
Magnetism, we are magnets
Magnetism is a force analogous to that of the ordinary magnet, and permeates the whole of nature.Its characteristics are: attraction, repulsion and a balanced polarization.Science takes account of celestial and mineral magnetism. Animal magnetism is exhibited daily in facts which science is unable to deny; but it regards them with mistrust, and rightly waits to … Continue reading Magnetism, we are magnets
Comte’s Religion: Catholicism minus Christianity
The positivists have a simple solution: the world must be divided into that which we can say clearly and the rest, which we had better pass over in silence. But can any one conceive of a more pointless philosophy, seeing that what we can say clearly amounts to next to nothing? If we omitted all … Continue reading Comte’s Religion: Catholicism minus Christianity
Mysterim Magnum: Paracelsus’ Genesis.
"What man has ever taken more comprehensive views of nature than Paracelsus? He was the bold creator of chemical medicines; the founder of courageous parties; victorious in controversy, belonging to those spirits who have created amongst us a new mode of thinking on the natural existence of things." (Pfaff) Paracelsus: The famous spiritual psychologist Carl … Continue reading Mysterim Magnum: Paracelsus’ Genesis.
True Mathematics: Pythagorean and Platonic
The Universe is made of Mathematics. True mathematics" says the Magicon, "is something with which all higher sciences are connected; common mathematics is but a deceitful phantasmagoria, whose much praised infallibility only arises from this - that materials, conditions, and references are made its foundation.Isis Unveiled (H.P.Blavatsky) All the foundations of what is known derives … Continue reading True Mathematics: Pythagorean and Platonic