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The Aquarian Message of a Sufi Teacher

Hazrat Inayat Khan Today is the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Tiger. It’s also the day of an Aquarian new moon. So I think it’s probably an inspired thought to write about Inayat Khan’s Sufi message for the … Continue reading

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Sometimes, a Hunch is More than a Hunch

Is Rupert Spira the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? This is going to sound weird, but it was that little *ping* that went off when I saw that Rupert Spira’s Uranus was @ 17° Leo 40′. A-ha. It’s exactly opposite … Continue reading

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Are Yaqui Naguals and Bon Ngagpas One and the Same?

Was it the combined Ng sound, or a spiritual intuition? I never know for sure what triggers my Cosmic leaps, but here’s another one: Tibertan Bon teachers were the progenitors of the Yaqui Naguals of Mexico… Urgyen Nam Chuk was … Continue reading

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Imagine If You Knew You Were Really a Walk-In

Drunvalo Melchizedek (January 18, 1941) This man was previously born as Bernard Donald Perona. Then the present inhabiting soul walked-in, and became known as Drunvalo Melchizedek, a name he has since legally adopted in 1991. Does this sound fantastic to … Continue reading

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Was This Man Albert Einstein’s Spiritual Teacher?

Peter Deunov (July 11, 1864 – December 27, 1944) I came across the name of this man in Lars Muhl’s most recent book. I wasn’t looking for it, but because of ‘connections’ with Albert Einstein, I found it noteworthy. Here’s … Continue reading

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Today is Unusual: My Mind is a Blank Slate

What Shall I Write? Of course, I could always fall back on a good source: my dreams. Last night’s was interesting in that I returned to it after several conscious moments tending to the toilet and calming our two dogs’ … Continue reading

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I Remembered “Roof Brain Chatter” but Not Much Else

The Crack in the Cosmic Egg (1971) I read a lot of books in the second half of the 1970’s. This may have been one of them. For sure, I recognize the cover image, but most of the content eludes … Continue reading

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How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?

Maria von Trapp (January 26, 1905 – March 28, 1987) I wasn’t intending to do this individual’s birth chart, but then I read her biography and realized that it would be possible to rectify her chart, if the details lined … Continue reading

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Reincarnation: Once a Teacher, Always a Teacher?

Saint Thomas Aquinas (January 28, 1225 – March 7, 1274) Thomas Aquinas is the patron saint of teachers. And that is stating the least of his accomplishments. Our Faith and Science group has looked at his work before, but I … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Mission (in one paragraph)

(From) Mystic Christianity For know ye, that Jesus the Christ is still within the race of men, suffering their woes, paying with them their penalty, every day, every hour—yea, and must remain so throughout the ages, until finally the soul … Continue reading

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