"From the dust of the hollow Earth came the hollow man and to dust he shall return."
"The most essential law of nature is Vibration. A standstill motionless, it is absolutely impossible within our system. The subtle movements we call vibrations or waves, the most vigorous, that we named oscillations, the trajectories of the planets, which we call orbits, the epochs of history, we know as cycles, all is wave motion, cyclic, ocean waves, in ether, in water, on land, nebulae, thoughts, emotions of all that is imaginable."
The limitations of mind is the shadow box otherwise known as matter. It is the mind of form which is the time space / illusion. The transcendence of the box is freedom from the limitation of matter. This is freedom from time and the prison of the mind of matter. He who transcends matter is a God. He has really never been a slave. For a slave is a man who doesn’t know he is free. He himself is the power of matter and spirit. He is the source. It is pertinent that this man loves himself so he can turn the wheel of death and renew his power. His mind must be cleansed of matter. For he must heal the land of the dead. He must renew his spirit. He has been slumbering in eternity. His power dormant. He must now awaken to a new mind . A renewed mind. This mind is storehouse of all kinds of goodness. In him is an abundance of gifts. This mind can feed of himself. He is independent of matter. He is a free spirit. Feeding men his own stock house. God man is the power that enslaves men in matter and looses men in spirit. Man chooses to be bound or set free. God- man gives them the desires of their heart. Should a man want to be free immediately through God-man they are free. The power is dormant as of now. Dormancy is the calm before the storm.
The only real “test” of life is of the heart. Time and time again man compromises his own heart for the pursuit of so called happiness. So called love. So called fame. So called wealth. So called friendship and so called honor from fellow men.
If man would question his true need he would see that he has no real identity. This is why man is always looking and searching in desperation for the above.
Man really doesn’t have to look outside of himself. Man spends all his life running from his ” not self” and chasing falsehoods and vanities. Man lives in illusions never knowing his ” not self” because he fails to develop this self. Man cannot exist within people, places or things. Therefore he must stop chasing the world in order to discover who he is."
In order to understand why men kill one must have an understanding of the nature of the human being. Since man has walked the Earth he has had the desire to kill. But why? To say that killing is retributive justice is the same as saying jails are just. But of course one may not see the correlation of the jailhouse as the slaughterhouse. Man has a nature that is sadistic. This is the truth of the matter. He derives a sense of power and pleasure from killing or inflicting pain or in the case of jails- punishment upon his fellow man.
Man hides his BESTIALITY nature in the guise of retribution AND JUSTICE. The truth is that when man is inhumane he inflicts this inhumanity on himself. THIS IS MAN’S INHUMANITY TO MAN. No action can exist without a reaction. Just as there is no cause without its effect. Man kills because he desires POWER. This is the reason for wars and bloodshed. To deny this fact is foolish.
We DO NOT KNOW THAT WE ARE SOVEREIGN. WE HAVE BEEN MADE TO BELIEVE WE NEED EXTERNAL LAW. WHEN THE FACT IS THIS: MAN HIMSELF IS PRINCIPLE. THEREFORE THERE IS NO NEED FOR PUNISHMENTS, REWARDS OR VENGEANCE.
SHOULD MAN LIVE IN HIS OWN PRINCIPLE (LAW) JUSTICE WOULD PREVAIL. THIS I SPEAK OF IS NOT AN IDEAL IT IS THE RAW TRUTH."
Every “thought” man seems to have is within his own threshold. Meaning that he cannot seem to perceive anything within himself. This threshold is man’s external world. All his resources come from his world. Science can only seem to explain the external. Medicine the same.
Religion and Philosophy attempt to go inside of men. So when I mention thought I mean inward thought. If this makes any sense to you?
All that is in the world came from inside man. I am interested in not the outward but the inward world that made this external world. This you see is the origin of thought. Thought is much more than the words in books or vain spoken words. There is something powerful about human beings that is overshadowed by our technological and scientific advancements."