Mahatmas and Masters
Did H.P.Blavatsky actually just plagiarize ideas from Bulwer-Lytton and his esoteric novel Zanoni? This question is being mulled over again by an American grad student in Religious Studies. What religious studies students do not know about is the real process of initiation. They do not understand the ending of Occult law and the blessing to […]
Fiat Rex by Niclolas Roerich It is the end times and the time of new beginnings. It is the end of the Kali Yuga and Piscean age. It is the Age of prophecies fulfilled and of false prophets. It is the Age of Masters and of counterfeit spirits. It is the Age of suffocating human […]
The comet would announce a presence of “a marvelous being… who as yet lives not, and who shall reveal many things.” This being would be a master of all arts, bearing three divine gifts to change the face of the world.
Prophecies of comets, stars and rarely gifted beings did not ring as strangely in the ears of Elizabethans as they do in our ears today. (And we, in our time, do not treat them as scornfully as did our brothers 50 years ago.) Just who this great master of all arts would be only the gods in heaven could know for certain, but the one man of that time who came closest to fulfilling Paracelsus’ prophecy was our man of mystery, Francis Bacon.