Update About 30 Days to Deep Meditation Book

30 Days to Deep MeditationI’ve revised half of the 30 Days to Deep Meditation book.

This is a book I wrote several years ago, and now every single page of it is being revised and updated.

I’m hoping to release it before my travels in Asia next month.

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Egyptian Tarot – Original Card Meanings Explained

These are the original Egyptian tarot card descriptions as found in Practical Astrology by Comte de St. Germain.

I personally think that the card images and meanings sound like coming from a solid body of knowledge, especially when you realize that they are in harmony with the fadic numbers of numerology, zodiac as well as planet qualities.

This makes me think that the claim made in the book can indeed be true – that these are the original tarot cards having their origin in Egypt. I hope that you will find this short study as fulfilling as I did, especially when it comes to card meanings which are full of wisdom and inspiration. Read more…

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Do You Have This Trait Which Guarantees Success?

I’ve developed a new hobby recently. Due to my study of numerology, palmistry and astrology, I thought it to be a good idea to check what stars, lines and numbers say about well-known personalities.

Being in love with India and its culture, I naturally decided to study some Indian celebrities including Aishwarya Rai, Priyanka Chopra and Arundhati Roy. If they were movie stars, instead of watching their films, I would listen to their interviews to understand their personalities and life circumstances.

Then I would study their Read more…

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Egyptian-Chaldean Astrology – Zodiac Sign Meanings

Dear friends,

I’ve found these zodiac descriptions in an old curious book called Practical Astrology claimed to be written by St. Germain.

In the subtitle it’s written that these horoscopes are based on ancient Egyptian, Chaldean, Greek and Arabian science of astrology. It’s a geocentric astrology model, though St. Germain claims in this book to subscribe to the heliocentric one.

I’ve found these descriptions to be very accurate applying them to family, friends and myself.

Sure, it’s been written in the nineteenth century so some descriptions will be based on the culture at the time, like women having many children and so on. Ignoring such dated trends, descriptions of signs are truly revealing. Read more…

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Planets, Orbs and Wandering Stars

The most striking similarity between angels, wandering stars and planets is that they all have the spherical shape.

Some occultists believe that we too were spheres at the beginning, but because we wanted to experience this physical existence, we developed limbs to do it. Probably thus the drawing of the Vitruvian man by Leondardo da Vinci:

Vitruvian man

When I posted Read more…

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From Initiate to Master – MOST HOLY TRINOSOPHIA – 12

This is the last section of The Most Holy Trinosophia. Here St. Germain explains the last steps leading from initiation to mastery.

He describes how a master is able to perfect other souls and how nature is only a cruel destroyer of the ignorant, but is a gracious servant of the wise. Read more…

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Thought Mastery – MOST HOLY TRINOSOPHIA – Section Eleven

If you’re new to this series, you may choose to firstly read about St. Germain (book author), Introduction, Part OnePart TwoPart ThreeFourFiveSixSeven, EightNine and Ten before reading this post.

In this section St. Germain describes the separation of the intellect from the animal soul through the mastery of thought which allows an initiate to escape the grasp of Demiurgus – the World. In this section he also explains what the virgin birth means esoterically as well as talks about alchemical marriage. Read more…

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Death, Resurrection and Immortality – MOST HOLY TRINOSOPHIA – Section Ten

If you’re new to this series, you may choose to firstly read about St. Germain (book author), Introduction, Part OnePart TwoPart ThreeFourFiveSixSeven, Eight and Nine before reading this post.

In this section St. Germain discusses rising from the dead, the empty tomb of an initiate symbolizing resurrection, and the attainment of immortality.  Read more…

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Death – the Last Great Enemy to Overcome – MOST HOLY TRINOSOPHIA – Section Nine

If you’re new to this series, you may choose to firstly read about St. Germain (book author), Introduction, Part OnePart TwoPart ThreeFourFiveSixSeven and Eight before reading this post.

In this section St. Germain explains how an initiate overcomes the last great enemy – death; the esoteric meaning of the Trojan horse and the dissolution of the various aspects of personality in order to form a diamond soul of the rose cross.  Read more…

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Separation of the Double – MOST HOLY TRINOSOPHIA – Section Eight

If you’re new to this series, you may choose to firstly read about St. Germain (book author), Introduction, Part OnePart TwoPart ThreeFourFiveSix and Seven before reading this post.

In this section St. Germain describes how one transmutes lower impulses into their spiritual counterparts, how one consciously dies to resurrect within this existence, and what is required to perfect the soul – to make it into the alchemical gold. Read more…

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