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In reply to an earlier post on Sep 11, 2011 12:19:40 PM PDT
Just a third party here, wishing to shed some impartial perspective upon this increasingly rabid discussion. Has anybody else noticed that the most condescending comments come from those obviously most insecure? It's interesting, Walter Five, how you find it necessary to use such insulting exclamations toward anyone who disagrees with you, all the while maintaining such a condescending and sarcastic tone. And to add insult to ignorance, you end it with a jovial "have a nice day." Your intellectual "superiority" complex here is just a little bit obvious, don't you think? I'm just saying... I get the impression from your tone that there are some genuine insecurities being compensated for.
Besides, the salad bar approach to spirituality, all of the miscellaneous sources being quoted, confirms nothing much other than the fact that a lot of people on this website have way too much time on their hands. Sounds like desperate grasping at straws to me. At least on a superficial reading, the smorgasbord of archaic sources appears to be leading some of you in proverbial circles. I mean-you're all obviously picking and choosing what sources to ascribe the most credence to based upon your own philosophical biases and preferences anyways, then insulting others who by their presence threaten your pathetic house of cards. Could this be because most of you are grasping at anything that will substantiate what you're already prone to believe from the start?
Why is it that while talking about harmony and enlightenment, many of you esotericists seem to be either exerting a great deal of energy to conceal some deep seated animosity or are mulishly and openly spewing verbal hatred, especially towards anyone who speaks from a position of authority, or who dares to disagree with you. If it's all so subjective, what does it all matter anyway? If all of your desperate attempts to prove your own intellectual superiority are really substantiated by some kind of higher evolved spirituality, than why are you so desperately struggling to hold on to it?
I feel so sorry for you who've become enslaved in that cycle. The same spiritual bondage has tormented human beings for millennia. Yet every generation has its share of charlatans for the same regurgitated garbage. My advice-open your mind and get out of the vicious cycle. Even if you pursue occult knowledge to your death bed (which perhaps could be tomorrow) it will ultimately betray you. You're on a path to nowhere, except ever increasing subjectivity and obscurity. If you wish to obstinately persist defending your pagan exercise in futility with frivolous arguments, suit yourself, just don't claim nobody told you. The writings all over the wall, your ignorance is your own choice.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 11, 2011 12:22:36 PM PDT
Come on Walter, lets be honest. You know you're the victim here--own it.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 11, 2011 2:35:58 PM PDT
Jeff Marzano says:
You Can't Handle the Truth says:

[Just a third party here, wishing to shed some impartial perspective upon this increasingly rabid discussion.]

I don't see how this discussion has become increasingly rabid. Nobody said anything for many months until recently.

Since you have resurrected it I guess I can post in my review of a book about people who are well known and remembered for being involved with occult research: The Nazis.

Their research took them down a path of technological discovery as the recent Captain America movie portrays so well.

Jeff Marzano

The Philosopher's Stone: Alchemy and the Secret Research for Exotic Matter

More Pieces To A Very Strange Puzzle, August 27, 2011

This book shows how the enigmatic statements made by the alchemists of old reveal that they understood certain mysteries of nature that were rediscovered during the 20th century either by accident or through targeted scientific research. These natural laws involve things that are going on at the atomic level of the elements that appear mainly between the platinum group metals and mercury on the periodic table.

Again and again in the book Farrell explains concepts scientifically that match up with what the alchemists said using their veiled and intentionally ambiguous language. And those scientific ideas, if we can even call it that, are so unusual that it is not surprising that only a very few people in the past ever unlocked those secrets. It gets into the subtle and mysterious relationships between time, space, and matter.

The book has a dark and ominous feeling since the Nazis and Russians were trying to use the alchemical secrets to create super weapons. Farrell has a fascination with the Nazis in particular and tells how they were much further along in creating an atomic bomb during World War II than is generally believed today. The image of Adolf Hitler standing in a field observing an atomic bomb test is going to stay with me for some time after reading this book.

For Farrell World War II became a race to create an atomic bomb or something even more hellish. Both sides realized that whoever did this first would rule the world. He suggests that the bombing of the German city of Dresden, an act that has always appalled historians, was motivated by this nuclear arms race since Dresden was located near the SS's secret labs. Who knows how this arms race may have secretly influenced other decisions that were made during the war about using the atomic bomb on Japan and other things.

The occult origins of the Nazi belief system is something that people are generally aware of but this book puts this occult connection into a completely different perspective. Those beliefs included alchemy and searching through the mists of the ancient past for super weapons.

He tells how the yield for a hydrogen bomb test is affected by the location on the Earth where the test is executed and also by the positions of the stars, the planets, and especially the sun. A hydrogen bomb test is like a gigantic and deadly alchemy experiment.

The mysterious alchemist Fulcanelli felt that God is an alchemist who created the universe by converting energy into matter:

Fulcanelli: Master Alchemist: Le Mystere des Cathedrales, Esoteric Intrepretation of the Hermetic Symbols of The Great Work (Le Mystere Des ... of the Hermetic Symbols of Great Work)

I guess a hydrogen bomb reverses that process.

Alchemy is I believe just one of many secrets that have been lost to our so called modern world or which are kept hidden from the general public by the powers that be. The mystical arts were never revealed to everyone even in ancient times since this type of knowledge becomes extremely dangerous in the wrong hands.

I suspect that somewhere in this book Farrell identifies the type of horrific force or energy that was unleashed on Atlantis to destroy an entire continent in a few short hours. Maybe Atlantis was destroyed by some sort of 'time wave' who knows.

I hope Farrell will write a book about the Ark Of The Covenant of biblical fame.

Jeff Marzano

The Mystery of the Crystal Skulls: Unlocking the Secrets of the Past, Present, and Future

Atlantis

Initiation

The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology

Haarp: The Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy (Mind-Control Conspiracy)

Occult Ether Physics: Tesla's Hidden Space Propulsion System and the Conspiracy to Conceal It (2nd Revised Edition)

The Giza Power Plant : Technologies of Ancient Egypt

Edgar Cayce's Atlantis and Lemuria: The Lost Civilizations in the Light of Modern Discoveries

Edgar Cayce on Vibrations: Spirit in Motion

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 13, 2011 12:04:13 PM PDT
Walter Five says:
Intellectual Superiority *complex*? Leave your amateur armchair psychology on the toilet where it belongs, and thanks for the back-handed compliment, there's little question about my "Intellectual Superiority" to dupes like you and Marzano, but I could suggest fireflies brighter than you two on these matters at least. You wouldn't pick up a single reccomended source that refutes the sort of "stupid sheep in a fold" Christism inflicted upon the world today, and Yeshua certainly wouldn't recognize any of it-- his so-called followers don't even know his real name, let alone what he actually said.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 13, 2011 10:19:22 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Sep 15, 2011 8:31:57 AM PDT
Walter Five says:
Well, I've got 32 years adult experience (i.e. since I was 18) in the esoteric, occult, qabala, tarot, etc. with an alphabet soup of abbreviated appendant names and titles that I have found have little to do with the wisdom and knowledge that I sought, and continue to seek, and learned REAL EARLY that while you can't neccesarily tell a book by its' cover, when a can is clearly labled "Nuts" you don't open it expecting "Peaches." Marzano's pathetic devotion to disproven frauds like those 19th century manufactured German Crystal Skulls and Edgar Cayce, whose Atlantean Libraries beneath the Pyramids of Giza have strangely yet to materialize clearly shows Marzano's can is labled "Nuts."

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 17, 2011 12:03:09 AM PDT
P. A. Nymoen says:
I am not sure why Amazon deleted my post, but...
What I was trying to say was, Walter: "Dont argue with idiots, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience"
And to Jeff: "No torch nor glass wil help those who does not wish to see" and if you truly wish to learn about alchemy and such matters, find a master, allthough you aspire to great heights alone, the wisdom and teachings of a master is innvaluable...

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 2, 2012 10:34:12 AM PST
Walter Five says:
"Just a third party here, wishing to shed some impartial perspective"

Just a sock puppet, you mean? You're not a real account. No profile. No lists. Just another troll. Next!

Posted on Mar 12, 2012 1:10:35 PM PDT
Has anyone mentioned the yezidi devil worshipers of Iraq?

Posted on Apr 24, 2012 12:01:46 PM PDT
Walter Five says:
Not in this discussion but we've discussed them elsewhere. "Devil worship" is a perjorative used to discredit and defame one's enemies or opponents and belittle the Gods or Spirits that they hold sacred. The Yezidi have a somewhat polygot religion including elements of Judaism and Islam (monotheism, cosmology and names of angels, etc,) and Zoroaster. The Yezidi believe that the Angel Melek Tawus was given rule of this world. They believe that of all the Angels, Melek Tawus refused to bow to Adam and for this was thrown into "Hell" for 7,000 years, until his tears quenched its fires. But it was not pride that caused Melek Tawus to refuse to bow, and for this the Yezidi revere him. (This parallells the Islamic stories of the Djinni Ilbis and the Judaic stories of Satan, in most points except the last: Melek Tawus' reason for refusing to bow to Adam was *not* pride-- which was the fall of Ilbis and Satan. As first created Angel, Melek Tawus had been ordered to bow to no one-- but he passed his test and proved his loyalty to his Creator.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 24, 2012 12:53:12 PM PDT
Jeff Marzano says:
Walter Five says:

[Marzano's pathetic devotion to disproven frauds like those 19th century manufactured German Crystal Skulls and Edgar Cayce, whose Atlantean Libraries beneath the Pyramids of Giza have strangely yet to materialize clearly shows Marzano's can is labled "Nuts."]

Using ground penetrating radar people now realize that the Hall Of Records is indeed underneath the Giza necropolis just as the great Edgar Cayce said. They can see the artificial chambers and passageways.

Egypt still holds many secrets for us even now.

Jeff Marzano

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 24, 2012 12:55:42 PM PDT
Jeff Marzano says:
P. A. Nymoen says:

[And to Jeff: "No torch nor glass wil help those who does not wish to see" and if you truly wish to learn about alchemy and such matters, find a master, allthough you aspire to great heights alone, the wisdom and teachings of a master is innvaluable...]

Do you know such a person ?

To me this is the definitive book on alchemy:

Fulcanelli: Master Alchemist: Le Mystere des Cathedrales, Esoteric Intrepretation of the Hermetic Symbols of The Great Work (Le Mystere Des ... of the Hermetic Symbols of Great Work)

Fulcanelli claimed to have actually observed lead being transmuted into gold. It sounded like the lead "died" and was resurrected as gold.

Jeff Marzano

In reply to an earlier post on May 10, 2012 11:08:44 PM PDT
P. A. Nymoen says:
Do you even understand the metaphor of "Lead to Gold"? Anyways... I'm no master nor do I have any desire to teach you. But I thought this discussion was dead?
Jeff if you want to find a master of alchemy, FIND one, if you truly desire it, one will come in your path. Heck, try asking Walter for advice on how or where to find one.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 6, 2013 7:09:16 PM PDT
I think you are more interested in the peoples responses to the information you said you are seeking. Most people writing a book would draw from their own perceptions, experiences and research.
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