[Occult Audiobook] Isis Unveiled Vol. 2 – Theology – Blavatsky – Part Three

This is the third part of the Isis Unveiled Vol. 2 by H. P. Blavatsky. It goes into detail how Christianity heavily “borrowed” its revered traditions from other religions, especially Buddhism.

Having spent three months in Buddhist monasteries, I can confirm that she was right.

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Blavatsky told that she did not reveal all her knowledge in one book only, but that it’s scattered throughout her work. I found this to be true. She told that the reason she didn’t reveal all her knowledge in one work was because it’s not for the lazy and unworthy.

I have to agree with her. Since she was an initiate, I don’t believe that she could reveal everything she knew, but she revealed enough. The way to receive that knowledge is by reading between the lines. Yes, you may get some knowledge through regular reading or listening to her materials, but to fully benefit you really need to listen to what she was saying.Read more…

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Egyptian (and Other Pagan) Elements in Christianity

In this post I will mainly deal with Egyptian elements in Christianity that the Catholic Church introduced, but I will also mention some motives taken from other pagan religions.

I would like to start by discussing some of the similar ideas that are shared between Christianity and the Mandaean religion. Read more…

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Third Eye, Matrix, Repeating Numbers, Awakening

In this video I explain more in detail my third-eye and crown chakra opening experience and I talk about many other related topics such as ascended masters, Egyptian religion, repeating numbers, false trinity and more.

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Voodoo and Babylonian Origins of Black Madonna

Black MadonnaThe worship of the Mother Goddess was popular all over the world since ancient times and is popular today.

Mother Goddess was usually associated with fertility.

Different cultures worshiped her in different ways, attributing to her aspects similar to their own.

For example, black people would worship the black Mother Goddess, and Egyptian people would give to her their own religious attributes, and so did Hindus. Read more…

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