Tag Archives: mysticism

The Beatles’ First Time on an American Television Show

The Ed Sullivan Show (February 9, 1964) Obviously, I’ve written about this event before, in my ebook “At This Point in Time”. But, when I first looked at the chart, I was not focused on inconjuncts and the hidden agendas … Continue reading

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This “Quiet” Beatle was Actually Profoundly “Deep”

George Harrison (February 25, 1943 – November 29, 2001) This photo probably says it all: up to his neck in water. George Harrison was an enigma to most people, including some astrologers who decided to rectify his chart backward in … Continue reading

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The Grey Eminence: Friend and Confidant to Richelieu

Fran├žois Leclerc du Tremblay (November 4, 1577 – December 17, 1638) Just after researching Cardinal Richelieu last week, I heard this term “Grey Eminence” on Jeopardy for the first time. I took it as a sign. Father Joseph started out … Continue reading

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Listening to the Sound of Silence

The Secret Book of Dzyan I started reading this little book about the ‘oldest manuscript in the world’ yesterday. What have I gleaned, so far? The Language of the Book of Dzyan Like all secret manuscripts stored in Shambhala, the … Continue reading

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Is It Really Possible? Could I Have Been Him?

William Blake (November 28, 1757 – August 15, 1827) I wasn’t going to go here again, after deciding that John Varley was a better fit for me. And then I spotted the Peter Ackroyd book, Blake, in my office library. … Continue reading

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Are You Willing to Bet Your Life on It?

Blaise Pascal (June 19, 1623 – August 19, 1662) Now, here’s an interesting bit of wisdom from the 17th century, as discussed in “The Truth Behind the Bible Code”: “Pascal’s wager” is his application of statistical mathematics — not quite … Continue reading

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Show Me The Way to Go Home

The Way: Using the Wisdom of Kabbalah (2001) “There was once a great scholar named Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin, who had become known as the Netziv. He had many students and he had written dozens of books. One day … Continue reading

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I’m Not a Jewish Mystic, but I Could So Easily Be One

The Holy Zohar: The Book of Abraham On Wednesday of this week, at about 10:15 am, I was looking through my basement library for a couple of books, that I needed to scan the covers of, for new images of … Continue reading

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William Blake’s Unfinished Work

The Four Zoas There is an entry in Wikipedia which covers this work so I was not going to repeat the themes here. Originally, I only wanted to point out that Blake creates his names for the Zoas by using … Continue reading

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Enigma: The Thoroughly Modern Myss

Caroline Myss I don’t do this very often. A friend from our Faith & Science group found an interesting post on the internet. It was an analysis of Caroline Myss using the Moon’s lunar periods to explain the timing of … Continue reading

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