Jesuits, the globalist ball earth conspiracy and LUCIFER

The more one digs into the globalist ball-earth conspiracy, the more one finds sun worshiping, demoniac Jesuits behind everything.

Here is some papist boasting from Catholic Answers:

The Church is not anti-scientific. It has supported scientific endeavors for centuries. During Galileo’s time, the Jesuits had a highly respected group of astronomers and scientists in Rome. In addition, many notable scientists received encouragement and funding from the Church and from individual Church officials.

And some more:

Ten years prior to Galileo, Johannes Kepler
published a heliocentric work that expanded on Copernicus’ work. As a result, Kepler also found opposition among his fellow Protestants for his heliocentric views and found a welcome reception among some Jesuits who were known for their scientific achievements.

Also:

It is a good thing that the Church did not rush to embrace Galileo’s views, because it turned out that his ideas were not entirely correct, either. Galileo believed that the sun was not just the fixed center of the solar system but the fixed center of the universe. We now know that the sun is not the center of the universe and that it does move—it simply orbits the center of the galaxy rather than the earth.

Well, thanks for clearing that part up.

So, while the satanic Jesuits were trying to push their atheistic heliocentric theories, the “Protestants” were kinda skeptical. Must have been those dang bibles that they used to check on what the Whore of Babylon was pushing on them.

Are they still involved in these shenanigans? See for yourself:

Here is the new telescope that they put up right next to the Vatican Observatory on Mt. Graham in Tucson, Arizona, in the United States:

large_binocular_telescope-500x330Guess what they called it? LUCIFER, of course. LUCIFER stands for :

LBT Near Infrared Spectroscopic Utility with Camera and Integral Field Unit for Extragalactic Research

Cute, huh? They are rubbing it in our faces, people. It is time to wake up to what your senses tell you about our beautiful, stable, flat earth.

More here.

NIHIL OBSTAT: I have concluded that the materials
presented in this work are free of doctrinal or moral errors.

 

Dangers of working with occult groups

From:

Light-bearers of Darkness

By Inquire Within

(For some years a Ruling Chief of the Mother Temple
of the Stella Matutina and R.R.et A.C.)

Now Aleister Crowley, who was an initiate of this
Order, still, we believe, uses these rituals in his per-
nicious Orders. In his Equinox, The Review of Scien-
tific Illuminism, he writes:

” In Daath is said to be the head of the Great Serpent
Leviathan, called evil to conceal its holiness ( !) — the Messiah or
Redeemer. It is identical with the Kundalini of the Hindu
philosophy . . . and means the magical force in man which is the
sexual force applied to the brain, heart, and other organs, and
redeemeth him.”

That is, illuminises him. The Kundalini, the
Dragon with the seven heads, or Serpent Power, is there-
fore the Christ or Redeemer of the Rosicrucians and
Cabalists! It is Luciferian!

The Chief danger therefore in all these secret and
occult societies of to-day. as of yesterday, is that they
are ruled and influenced by an invisible hierarchy, which
cannot be more closely defined than as composed of
Cabalistic Jews. The visible societies train and orient,
physically, mentally and astrally, instruments or mediums
to be used at will by this hidden centre. Their ” inner
senses ” must be awakened, the Kundalini or unused sex-
forces must be aroused and perverted to bring about this
mediumship. The danger of mental unbalance is recog-
nised and risked by these masters and the chiefs working
under them. It was said by a Stella Matutina chief of
one such medium through whom the messages and in-
structions were coming: ” Christian Rosekreutz said she
would be of great use if her brain stood the strain.” If
mental unbalance took place it was never said to be
because of the Order work, but always through some
inherent weakness in the adept so afflicted.

There was a bad case, one, who had been a brilliant
student, and who later under Order influences became
undoubtedly unbalanced and obsessed by the masters,
believing herself to be the Christ or ” the woman clothed
in the sun with the moon at her feet.” Much physical
suffering and danger is entailed by these initiating forces,
often reducing the adept to the lowest ebb of vitality,
and some have even slipped out of life under the strain

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and vital depletion. Doctors are often puzzled to account
for these illnesses. Always they are looked upon by the
credulous adept as mystery tests. No matter how bad
the past record of an Order may be, the faithful ever
believe, ” we at least can make it beautiful and spiritual,”
and so the deception works out to its evil end.

Many brilliant men and women have joined, and
even ruled, these Orders — only to be broken on the wheel.
Fine young clergymen, who have gradually and uncon-
sciously become imbued with the false and subversive
teachings of these masters, believing them to be heaven-
sent, now co-operate with revolutionaries, extolling the
doings of Moscow, and at every opportunity decrying the
British Empire, seeking to wipe it off the face of the
earth, blasphemously perverting Christ and His teach-
ings in their attempt to prove their points. Others are
men and women with every apparent chance of a brilliant
career; but, all, even legitimate personal ambitions, must
be given up at the bidding of these masters, who say,
” We have need of thee and all thy gifts.” We have
known of brilliant brains in all walks of life thus prosti-
tuted to the cause of a diabolical dream which has no
place for God or Christianity.

There must be no communication with outside and
uninitiated mediums, the masters must alone control and
enlighten ! They know the power of Christianity and its
Holy Sacraments and the uplift of religious fervour, and
these they pervert, encouraging the adept to let go the
material under the influence of perverted idealism. In
the Church messages and visions are given, and even
diabolical initiations attempted by these masters.

Most of the heads of these Orders, more often
women, are illuminised ; controlled power is given to
them, they are as ” magnets ” drawing people to these
Orders. One group in the Stella Matutina had as a
chief, an educationalist, and this group was designed by
the Masters to influence all professors, masters, and
those interested in education, and the influence is now
apparent. The London group was appointed to influence
and bring in clergy of all denominations, and for this

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purpose the chief had to become a member of the
Anglican Church; and so it was decreed that the per-
nicious teachings of the Order were to eat into and
corrupt the Church, and although this chief refused, the
work is being done by other members, mostly clergy,
and everywhere the Church is becoming permeated,
consciously or unconsciously, with this subversive
Illuminism.

Under such chiefs as the notorious Aleister Crowley
and his O.T.O., which is openly immoral, many have
been ruined in fortune, mentality, and morals. But
these masters, who are behind all, what of their mental
and moral outlook? They profess to deify humanity and
bring peace upon earth, but only so that humanity may
be a pathway leading these Cabalistic Jews up to their
throne, there as the ” God-people,” to rule over a ” col-
lective man,” whose peace is apathy.

Rare esoteric books found online


Esoteric Research

The Writings of William Walker Atkinson @ yogebooks

Genuine Mediumship – Swami Bhakta Vishita (Atkinson) (PDF)

“The medium who observes certain simple and plain rules and habits of conduct will not suffer any loss of strength
of characteror individuality from his exercise of his mediumistic power; on the contrary, an intelligent exercise of the power of mediumship often tends to develop the intellectual power of the medium.” -Swami Bhakta Vishita (Atkinson)

Clairvoyance and Occult Powers by Swami Panchadasi (Atkinson) (PDF)

The Astral World by Swami Panchdasi (Atkinson) (PDF)

The Writings of L. W. de Laurence (Lauron William de Laurence)

Table Rapping and Automatic Writing by Alexander Verner, F.A.I.P. (PDF)

How to Converse with Spirit Friends by Alexander Verner, F.A.I.P. (PDF)

A Home Course in Mental Science by Helen Wilmans (PDF)

Biography of Helen Wilmans

“Then came such a consciousness of power as I never had had before in my life. Everything was swept from me and I stood alone in my own strength. And this naked strength is a tremendous thing to stand in. There is nothing equal to it.

“For the first time in my life I was perfectly erect; I touched no one at any point. I felt myself an unfathomable abyss of mighty potencies. I was glad my purse was empty; the thought of money should never master me again. I started toward my boarding house, with the exultant freedom of a bird. I held a power in my hands that nothing could quell; that power was the absence of fear–the sense of freedom, and the consciousness of my own independent and unaided strength.” -Helen Wilmans

May a Christian believe in reincarnation?

Great article on the topic by

No serious Christian wishes to be “carried about with divers and strange doctrines,”1 but rather to be established in “the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.”2 Therefore our purpose in this brief study will be to determine if, in good conscience, a Christian may believe in reincarnation.

Reincarnation-also known as the transmigration of souls-is not some exotic idea of non-Christian mysticism. In ancient orthodox Jewish and Christian writings, as well as the Holy Scriptures, we can find reincarnation as a fully developed belief, although today it is commonly ignored.

A Catholic Cardinal Speaks

Just what do we mean by reincarnation? Cardinal Mercier (1851-1926) of the Roman Catholic Church, an eminent scholar and theologian of the conservative Christian Tradition, in his book Psychologie gives this definition of three views of reincarnation: “Under the term Wiedermenschwerdung, metempsychosis, or the transmigration of souls, a great variety of ideas may be understood: either a series of repetitions of existence under the twofold condition that the soul maintains consciousness of its personality and that there is a final unit in the series of transmigrations; or a series of repetitions of existence without any final unit, and yet with the presupposition that the soul maintains consciousness of its personality; or, finally, an endless series of repetitions of existence with the loss of consciousness of personal identity….So far as concerns the first assumption, we do not see that reason, if left to itself, would declare this to be impossible or certainly false.”

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Three Views Of Reincarnation

Perhaps that heavy nineteenth century prose should be restated, though I did want to give you the Cardinal’s exact words so you would know I was not putting a forced interpretation on them. What the Cardinal indicates is this: there are three possible beliefs about reincarnation: (1) that there is an immortal soul which goes from birth to birth until it attains salvation, which ends the rebirth process, (2) that the immortal soul is reborn eternally with no ending of rebirth, and (3) that there is no immortal soul, but only a kind of force or energy which keeps creating a chain of rebirths. In A Manual of Modern Scholastic Philosophy, Cardinal Mercier again enumerates the three views on reincarnation and this time states that the first view “cannot be shown either to be impossible or even to be false” (I, 326).

A Public Teaching?

But what about reincarnation as a public teaching? Being a persecuted religion for three centuries, the Church barely salvaged the Holy Scriptures from the ravages of her persecutors. Many books referred to by early writers as being widely used by the Church have vanished. Even the book of Enoch, quoted by Saint Jude in his epistle (v. 14), is no more; nor is the book of Jasher, mentioned in Joshua (10:13) and Second Samuel (1:18).

A Jewish Belief

Reincarnation is commonly represented in the West as being an exclusively Hindu or Buddhist belief, but it is not. Reincarnation is a tenet of orthodox Judaism, wherein it is called gilgul or ha’atakah, and was so at the time of Christ, and automatically passed over into Christian theology.

Philo Judaeus

The Jewish philosopher, Philo Judaeus, whose lifespan included that of Christ, wrote in detail about reincarnation as a normal belief, but a brief quote should suffice: “The air is full of souls; those who are nearest to earth descending to be tied to mortal bodies return to other bodies, desiring to live in them.”3 These words, which speak of souls returning to many earthly births from their desire to do so, are reminiscent of Solomon’s words about his own ancient, cosmic past: “The Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old….from the beginning, or ever the earth was….Then I was by him, as one brought up with him: and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before him; rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.”4

Josephus

The Jewish historian Flavius Josephus, nearly a contemporary of Christ, recorded that both the Essenes and the Pharisees believed in rebirth (not in the resurrection of the physical body as is presently thought). The Pharisees, he tells us, “say that all the souls are incorruptible, but the souls of good men only, are removed into other bodies, but the souls of bad men are subject to punishments lasting for ages.” That is, the good quickly reincarnate to work out their destined return to God, whereas the wicked undergo great sufferings in the other world, only getting the chance to return to the earth for further spiritual hope after the lapse of ages. He himself in a speech to some Jewish soldiers, said: “Do ye not remember that all pure spirits when they depart out of this life obtain a most holy place in heaven, from whence in the revolution of ages, they are again sent into pure bodies?”5 Note that he says: “Do ye not remember?” indicating that they had been taught reincarnation previously.

Solomon And Job Speak

The above words of Josephus regarding the righteous spirits being sent into pure bodies after periods in heaven are an echo of further words of Solomon: “For I was a witty [wise] child, and had a good spirit. Yea rather, being good, I came into a body undefiled.”6

And Job had said: “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither.”7 Later on, Job expressed his conviction that he would be reborn on earth to behold the days of the Messiah. “For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth: and though after my skin, worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God: Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another.”8> Although these words are commonly interpreted as referring to the end of the world and the resurrection of the physical body, an examination of the context of these words will show otherwise.

Rabbi Simeon ben Jochai

Rabbi Simeon ben Jochai, a contemporary of the Apostles, wrote: “All souls are subject to the trials of transmigrations; and men do not know the designs of the Most High with regard to them;…They do not know how many transformations and mysterious trials they must undergo; how many souls and spirits come to this world without returning to the palace of the divine king.” These words, especially the reference about reincarnating souls not returning to “the palace of the divine king” are echoed in the Revelation of Saint John wherein the Lord Jesus says: “Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out.”9 But Rabbi Simeon continues: “The souls must reenter the absolute substance whence they have emerged. But to accomplish this end they must develop all the perfections, the germ of which is planted in them; and if they have not fulfilled this condition during one life, they must commence another, a third, and so forth, until they have acquired the condition which fits them for reunion with God.”10 Once again, these words regarding a series of successive births for the purpose of attaining spiritual perfection are not just his own, but tie in with the inspired words of the book of Job: “”Lo, all these things worketh God oftentimes with man, to bring back his soul from the pit, to be enlightened with the light of the living.”11

“Fathers” And “Sons”

Also in keeping with the above are the symbolic words spoken by God Himself-words which, when misunderstood, have caused many to call them unjust: “The Lord is longsuffering, and of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression, and by no means clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.”12

In the most basic meaning, a “father” is a physical body which engenders other bodies. Thus, according to the mystical interpretation, “fathers” means our previous lives and bodies, the failures of which necessitate our being reborn in further bodies, which thereby are the “children” of those prior bodies. For they are engendered by the necessity for the workings of divine justice, which visits on these subsequent body “children” the iniquities of the original, “father” bodies. The prophet Ezekiel spoke of this phenomenon in this way: “The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge.”13 We will consider the “how” of this later on in the explanation which Saint Paul gives in the New Testament.

This verse also gives a right perspective on karma and rebirth. They are never intended as punishment. We are plainly told that “the Lord is longsuffering, and of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression.” Therefore there can be no question of God being angry or holding a grudge against us for any actions, however negative. Rather, as a loving and merciful Father He “forgives” us without our even asking for it. But there is a law whose execution is necessary for our spiritual development: the law of karma and rebirth. And we are not exempted (cleared) from its fulfillment, for that would not be mercy or forgiveness but harmful indulgence. The abrogation of a law that benefits us would be detrimental to us. God loves us too much for that.

Read the rest here:

http://ocoy.org/original-christianity/may-a-christian-believe-in-reincarnation/

What happens when one commits adultery?

A Mystical View of Adultery

The intimacy that binds man and wife, if abused, can tear families apart. Tantric penances can heal the hurt.

Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami

 

There are three kinds of adultery: physical (the worst); emotional (very distressing); and mental (the secret kind). Physical adultery breaks up marriages, destroys homes and creates distraught children. Even if forgiven and the couple reunites, it is not forgotten. There is always wondering, “Will it happen again? Did it happen last night?” Emotional adultery is quite common. In the workaday world, husbands often become more attached to their female employees and associates than to their wives. Working wives become more emotionally attached to their boss and fellow workers than to their husbands. It is understandable. After all, she spends more waking hours with men at work than with her husband.

Mental adultery–that’s the secret culprit. Who knows what anyone is thinking? But the feeling is one of drifting away into a fantasy world, of deciding to become or not become emotionally or physically involved with someone other than one’s spouse. But most devastating, most devastating, is mental adultery through pornography. The visualizations, the fantasies, the changes in sexual habits it produces, the secrecy, all bundled into one, creates a distance between spouses, unless of course they are enjoying the same pornographic episodes. A verse in the Atharva Veda implores, “Sin of the mind, depart far away! Why do you utter improper suggestions? Depart from this place! I do not want you! Go to the trees and the forests! My mind will remain here along with our homes and our cattle (6.45.1).” It is hard to believe such verses were written thousands of years ago. Human problems haven’t changed that much, have they?

The Sanatana Dharma is the oldest religion in the world. Therefore, its followers are the oldest people in the world, having explored sex (the Kama Sutra is the oldest known erotic text) and learned how to control it; established a system of sanctified marriages and found out how to keep interpersonal relations going unhindered. India’s culture spread all through Asia, and because of it one rarely sees any affection shown in public–kissing, hugging, hand-holding, touching or feeling. One might wonder how such a large population can be accounted for!

Hindus know that the sexual force is an energy either in control or out of control. When controlled, it creates peace, well-being and health and provides a mental, emotional, physical balance. When out of control, just the opposite is the case: confusion, secrecy, stress, fear of discovery, lingering guilt and suppressed anger, which creates misunderstandings and unresolvable situations.

Adultery is in the news today, as not only national but international scandals. Television plots give permission for “sneaking around.” It is not uncommon, and many don’t give it a thought, for husbands to visit “ladies of pleasure” and pay for their services during their wives’ monthly retreat, or many months of pregnancy–and, of course, the business trips. Yes, those business trips!

The South Indian ethical masterpiece, Tirukural, advises, “Among those who stand outside virtue, there is no greater fool than he who stands with a lustful heart outside another’s gate (142). Hatred, sin, fear and disgrace–these four will never abandon one who commits adultery (146).”

The adulteress has a karma to bear that affects many generations of her relatives and friends, for she is psychically connected to every man with whom she has had intercourse. A mystic could see a fog-like psychic tube connecting their astral bodies that will not disintegrate for many years. The adulteress may have many of these tubes, especially if she is a woman for hire. A man is connected in the same way to all women he has been with. It is through these psychic tubes, which are like the umbilical cord connecting a baby to its mother, that the energies flow, and the karmas as well–good, bad and mixed.

A husband and wife who were both virgins at marriage have only a singular psychic tube through which energies pass between them. If their relationship is pure and they are intellectually and emotionally compatible, they automatically control their karmas of dharma, artha, kama and moksha. Their children are lovingly raised, because they are never entangled in family feuding. There is no fight involved, because no intruder has established a new psychic umbilical cord with either spouse, which would cause disruption between them and impending havoc to the children.

Once an astral, psychic tube is established between two people through sexual encounters, it becomes a telepathic channel, conveying thoughts, feelings and emotions. This is an important connection for married couples, tying them intimately together. Those who are married and have fidelity know that it is possible to feel the spouse’s moods and emotions and even read his or her thoughts, all of which are conveyed through this psychic laser beam or subtle astral pranic channel. For those who have had sexual encounters with several of the opposite sex, the psychic connections become confusing. It would be like watching four, five or more TV programs at the same time, all day long and especially during the night. Small wonder they experience stress of which the cause eludes even the best psychiatrists.

Now imagine a wife working with men in a hospital or an engineering firm, and her husband working as a computer programmer among women. Each is attracted to others of the opposite sex, maybe because of karmas from a past life. Their emotional pranas move out of their bodies and connect with those of the opposite sex. Compatibility is established with a new partner. Talking and laughing together become easy. When the “big happening” happens, as affairs so often do, the physical-mental-emotional-pranic exchange of energies forms an astral tube (nadi) which connects the two for a period of at least twelve years.

Through this nadi, the information conveyed is as subtle as: she sneezes and he coughs; he gets angry, and she becomes pensive and sulks for no reason. Certainly, no high-minded telepathic communication is happening as it maybe once did when the pranas were just forming. Now, because they are psychically attached and pulling on each other, they become antagonistic toward each other. That’s why they say sexual intercourse outside wedlock ruins a relationship. They still have to work in the same office together and attend the same meetings, which were quite different when the flirting first began. Then when one or both turn a roving eye toward someone else, a feeling of jealousy comes up, and rejection. A good TV script, perhaps, but a disaster in real life.

Now let’s think of the man’s poor wife, at home doing her daily chores, taking care of the children. How does she begin to feel? She becomes listless, uninspired, as he draws on her energies to feed the adulteress. The home becomes an empty place. She and the children are alone in a barracks, between walls that do not hold in love and compassion and kindness.

What is the healing when adultery has happened? We are working with the Sringeri Shankaracharya and his team to find more of the traditional prayashchitta, penance, to deal with this and other similar matters. Indeed, this is one of the great challenges of human relationships. Don’t dismiss this as irrelevant on the spiritual path, the path to liberation, or at least to getting a better birth in the next life. Perform some kind of penance that will sever the tubes: maybe walking on fire or sleeping on a bed of nails for three days and nights, or performing kavadi with fifteen spears pierced through the flesh, a well-known public penance. The best resolution is to live with the spouse like brother and sister under vows of celibacy. Those who don’t do something to mitigate the kukarmas and break the astral ties of adultery will suffer through the lives of their children, who will follow the patterns that they secretly set.

Adultery can be stopped on the mental plane. In fact, if it is not stopped there, watch out. It can be stopped on the emotional plane. Husbands beware of secretaries more beautiful than your wife. Wives beware of employers who may be more exciting than your husband. Pornography adulterers, you can turn off that computer and stop the pornography on the mental plane.

Finally, beware of the siren, the professional seducer, who is there, always there, when the wife is incapacitated or when the husband is on a business trip. They appear in many forms. There is always a price to pay. They may break up the marriage. Children may lose their mother or father. Guilt supersedes and far outlasts all temporary pleasure.

Fidelity and infidelity are part of the human experience. The choice is yours which part of the human experience you want to experience.

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