Georgi Stankov, Copyright 2001 and 2012
Translation from German language:
by Joelle Torneros and Georgi Stankov
11. Serial: Conclusion – Part I.
February 12, 2012
Conclusion – Part I:
The phenomenology (manifestations) of the world religions – all naturalistic religions are excluded from this analysis – reveals one and the same pattern (canon), which consists of a few recurring elements: Selected individuals, called prophets, messiahs or Gods, have received divine revelation in the form of a Gnosis, which they, or their successors, then write down as “holy” books.
The object of this gnosis is always the Numinous, the Divine, the Sacred, which is beyond the sensory perception of mortal men, and the relationship of the divine to the diversity of the manifestations of the material, tangible world – especially to the forms of human existence.
The epistemological core of all world religions represents thus the effort to interpret the relationship of the primary term of human consciousness, defined in the present Gnosis as space-time, energy or All-That-Is, which, depending on the religion, is described as Tao (Taoism, Confucianism), Atman, Brahman, Vishnu, Krishna (Upanishads, Jainism, Buddhism), Isis (Egyptian religion), Yahweh (Judaism), Christ /God (Christianity), Nous (Neoplatonism) or Allah (Islam), with the manifestations of the 3D space-time. This gnostic task includes the development of a creation story (Genesis), which is of apocalyptic, End Time character in Christianity, Judaism and Islam and of a recurrent, eternal nature in the Asian religions.
Regardless of the time periods, within which the story of creation unfolds or repeats in the world according to common religious beliefs, all world religions assume certain, by God or Creation predefined goals of human existence, which end in a redemption in the view of Christians or in a moral purification and ecstasy (Nirvana) in the view of Buddhists.
Thus, the “holy” books also include prophetic statements about the future of mankind. The ability to prophecy is considered, as in the old cultist mysteries such as in the oracle of Delphi, as evidence for the sanctity of the religious founders and the accuracy of their teaching.
Depending on the ability of the religious founders and their successors for abstract thinking, All-That-Is was understood as an abstract (Tao, Atman, Allah) or anthropomorphic (Christ) category. Due to the lack of precise definitions, there are also many mixed forms.
The human mind can only form abstract categories within the limitations of its sequential sensory perception. Since every human imagination is tied to the existence of an individual personality (Ego-idea), represents the maximal possible abstraction that the human mind can form, the total negation of the Ego-idea.
From a religious standpoint, leads the assumption on the formation and dissolution of the subordinate individual from and into the parental, creative “Nothing” necessarily to a disparaging attitude towards the individual and his activities in the material world.
Such religions as Brahmanism and Buddhism, which regard All-That-Is as the total negation of the individual personality, have usually difficulties to establish a balanced synthesis between the Divine, the Spiritual, and the apparent vitality of the individual – its physical uniqueness, as it manifests itself in body, psyche and mind. In short, they ignore the exquisiteness of the soul in her various three-dimensional materializations.
Difficulties arise especially when religions make specific recommendations on the social behaviour of believers. Their ethics is then distinguished by a disdain or total devaluation of the reincarnation process with its specific requirements.
While most religions juxtapose the physical hardships of Being to the pure form of the mind, respectively the soul, they totally misapprehend the meaning and purpose of human existence and fail as eschatological teachings. Instead of promoting the unique emotional and physical vitality of the individual, as we know it from the philosophical circle around Socrates (see the dialogues of Plato), preach the world religions – with the notable exception of the teachings of Chinese Universism – an ascetic, life-averted attitude. Whether monk or hermit, mystic or adept, their interpretation of a “holy” life is always oriented away from the evil material world, based on human senses and temptations, where an inherent propensity of seduction is always attributed to the senses, and towards meditative silence and inaction. The negative aspects of the incarnation process should be undone by a lack of human vitality.
Many religious preachers have, out of fear against the pulsating life, great difficulties to envisage that the experience of transcendence is possible, even desirable, only in the midst of human life, even though the example of the founders of organized religions – the change of Siddhartha to moderation in the middle of his life, the sociability of Jesus, and the abundant sexual life of Muhammad in the second half of his life as a prophet – actually suggest such a lifestyle.
Spirituality does not exclude the pleasure of life, it is experienced most of the time out of the abundance of human life (1). Is the unproductive life of a monk, who spends his whole time in meditative contemplation, more sacred than the life of a single mother with two children, who has to work and study in order to survive?
It is obvious that all religions provide a one-sided interpretation of the various requirements of the reincarnation cycle, which applies only to a selected few lives. Such an ethics can rarely pay tribute to the individual, predetermined incarnation plan of the soul and is virtually worthless. This is of course true for any ethics which, instead of emphasizing the spiritual principles of human behaviour, issues specific instructions for lifestyle, as in the case of celibacy for priests in the Catholic Church.
The reason for this is the duality in the world view of most humans – the distinction between body and soul, between matter and spirit, between materialism and idealism, between the current evil and transcendent good.
This dualism is not only a product of the current religions, but a universal feature of human thinking, which operates on the principle of exclusivity and separation. No religion is capable of developing a real synthesis between mind and body: uniting the love of the body with the love of spirituality, as this has been achieved for the last time by Plato with his concept of “Eros”, and thus take into account the diversity of human interrelations in an incarnated form.
Religions, which have a lower level of abstraction in the definition of All-That-Is and ornate this category preferably with anthropomorphic character traits, have in turn great epistemological problems both in the factual foundation of Human Genesis (as is the case with the dumbed down American creationists) as well as in the theoretical explanation of the relationship of their prophet to All-That-Is (see the flawed concept of the Trinity dogma below).
The last point touches in reality upon the relationship of man to his soul and thus to All-That-Is. It includes the knowledge of the energetic principles of biological existence, as they reveal themselves in the Light Body Process and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind, that is to say, the knowledge of the return of the incarnated humanity to All-That-Is in the current End Times – the overcoming of the apparent separation from the Source that can be only experienced in the incarnated state.
These eschatological questions put especially Christianity in a great dilemma. Although an eschatological religion par excellence, the Church explicitly abstained from developing its own creation story and accepted the naive presentation of Human Genesis in the Old Testament, which seems ridiculous in the current epoch of exact science.
The relationship of Jesus to God – that is to say, the question of the divine nature of Jesus Christ as transliminal soul and his interaction with the 7F-creation levels – was, however, a central topic of debate in the early Christian church (3rd to 5th century), which was carried out with great vehemence between Arians and proponents of the Trinity. A satisfactory response was neither found in the time of the synods, when the dogma of the Trinity was cemented, nor later, up to the present day.
Because of that the prophecy on the “Second coming of Christ” – the announced parousia in the Bible – could not be correctly interpreted.
The Christian religion has, from its very beginning, preached the salvation of the faithful by the reappearance of the Son of God and their reunion with him: The Church understood itself since Paul as an Advent Church of the Redemption. For this reason, the “Unity in Christ,” which is closely connected with the question of resurrection (see below), was already discussed in the first Christian communities in a vibrant and very contradictory manner. Since this cardinal question could not be solved, it led to a great confusion among the first Christians, as can be seen from the two letters of Paul to the Thessalonians.
Based on the new Gnosis of the Universal Law, it can be shown that these central themes in the New Testament deal with the Light Body Process and the promised Evolutionary Leap of Mankind in the End Times (2). Since these processes were presented in a highly encrypted, completely distorted form in the Bible, it is no wonder that the Church has not understood them until now.
The early Christian religion secured its success among the masses by arousing expectations of an early redemption of the faithful. For this reason it was not opportune to make accurate esoteric announcements on the planned date of the Evolutionary Leap of mankind. Had the people of that time, who had just entered the cycle of the young soul, known that they must first complete this cycle, that is to say, wait for another 2000 years, before they will be able to experience as reincarnated souls in our time the Ascension of the new multi-dimensional personality as announced in the Bible, they would have left the church in droves.
This prophecy was thus, casually said, a well-intentioned deception of the believers that was arranged by a higher authority – by the causal worlds – and neither Paul, nor any other Christians, could discern this deception, although there have been numerous interpretation attempts in the course of history:
All religions are based on deliberate deception of mankind and reflect the level of the respective intellectual evolution of the incarnated population.
This statement also applies to all economic and esoteric beliefs of the present, whose illusory nature will be soon revealed:
Spiritual evolution is best promoted by confusion and unravelling.
If even the relationship between Jesus and God could not be properly explained, how much harder was it for the church to give a proper definition of the Divine? Was the Divine in St. John’s gospel simply the Heraclitus Logos of ancient Greek philosophy – a bold anticipation of the Universal Law as I explain in Volume I and II in detail – his further presentation by the Church became more and more obscure and vague: The Universal Law of Energy was degraded to the “Word” – precisely, the word of the “sacred” writings.
John begins his gospel with the statement: “In the beginning was the Logos” – the Universal Law. Later, the logos was translated by the church dogmatists as “word”, but they did not mean the “primary term” of human consciousness ‘in terms of energy, space-time, as I impressively prove in a consistent way with Heraclitus in the new physical-mathematical axiomatics, but simply the “word of the holy writings”.
By this etymological misinterpretation, the early Christian theologians have decisively prevented the Church’s knowledge on the nature of the Divine, just as the inability of physicists to define the concept of energy epistemologically has ultimately prevented the discovery of the Universal Law and the integration of physics. Human language as a barrier to knowledge!
Dependend on the definition of the primordial concept, the Christian believers tried to solve the decisive question what is holy: “Are for example material objects, such as relics, icons and other pictorial representations sacred, or is only the Spiritual holy?” The question could not be clarified at all, as the severely fought iconoclasm during several centuries (6th to 9th) gives us an evidence.
But Islam also finds it difficult to fathom the essence of the divine. This religion simplifies this cardinal gnostic problem in practical and intellectual terms, by bluntly prohibiting the visual depiction of Allah and any gnostic elucidation of his Nature.
Such inadequate religious conceptions of the primary term and its interactions with the subsets of the 3D space-time have had significant repercussions on the world view of religious people and on their social behaviour. They exert their perennial influence up to the present day and impact the collective life significantly, even if this is not always apparent.
It is important to emphasize at this point unequivocally that no world religion has so far managed to develop a rigorous and consistent categorical Gnosis of the Divine (All-That-Is), as I have presented in this book. The unresolved epistemological problem of all religions lies in the clarification of the following two points:
What is the nature of the primordial concept, of All-That-Is?
How are the subsets, such as inanimate nature, plants, animals and man, created from the All-That-Is, which include the nature of All-That-Is, on the one hand, and exhibit individual characteristics on the other? In other words, in what relationship does the diversity of the observed 3D phenomena stay with respect to the creative All-That-Is?
It is obvious that such a Gnosis can only be developed on the basis of a coherent, physical-ontological theory, as I have proved with the discovery of the Universal Law. Ultimately, such a Gnosis ends up in merging science with religion, whereas science must give up its current materialistic-empirical dogma, and religions, including all esoteric schools, have to learn to think in a logical and stringent manner. Both processes require a radical shift – a deep, psychological and mental process that is prevented by the current, fear-based structure of the people at the individual and collective levels.
Religions have both an epistemological and a historical dimension. The collective incarnation of souls on this planet has an urgent task: the implementation of defined objectives of the soul families that are designed and simultaneously exist as astral probabilities in the alternative worlds as sequential, time-dependent events in the 3D material reality of the earth. These projects take the form of a visible history of mankind.
The history of mankind can be thus defined as the sum of all interactions of the incarnated souls in the higher realms that are planned in full consciousness and are materialized on Earth in a state of amnesia. To make the game interesting and creative, about 20% of all interactions is not predetermined, but is left to chance. This is the playground of the human free will.
The installation of such a “spatio-temporal indeterminacy” in the human history of reincarnation requires a continuous adaptation of the energetic events on the astral planes, which is accomplished by the calculation of simultaneously existing probability alternatives. Under the term “calculation” I do not mean the well-known mathematical process, but the simultaneous energetic evaluation of alternatives in the broadest sense.
Even if All-That-Is works, similar to our known 3D space-time, according to strict mathematical rules, the parts do not need mathematics in the traditional sense. Rather, mathematics is a secondary system of symbols, it is a product of human consciousness and has a purpose and a meaning only within this kind of limited perception. It is very important to highlight that fact.
From this it follows that the history of mankind materialized within a time corridor where an astral adaptation of the events is continuously performed. If I now speak in the style of ancient prophetic tradition of a period between 1997 – 2012, in which in the Bible announced appearance of the new transliminal soul will be prepared and will take place, so that the transgression of billions of young souls in the cycle of the adult soul can be initiated, I mean such a temporal indeterminacy of history. The above specified corridor is however marked by some key events that I want to mention briefly at this point.
In 1997, volume I (679 pages) of the Tetralogy of Sciences of the new physical and mathematical theory of the Universal Law was published. The next year I gave a presentation on this greatest discovery in the history of mankind at the Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society in Regensburg, Bavaria. In 1999, I published an editorial on the new Axiomatics of the Universal Law in “Journal of the Balkan Tribological Association” (Vol. 5 No. 3, p. 129-155). In the same year, I published the Tetralogy of Science (4 volumes), in particular the General Theory of Biological Regulation (Vol. III) on the Internet. This same year volume II on physics appeared in Bulgarian language.
These years were filled with my efforts to popularize the new theory among scientists. I held countless lectures, e.g. in front of 500 academicians in the Great Hall of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in Sofia. In vain! The scientists were not mentally able to internalize the high degree of abstraction of the new Pantheorie of the Universal Law and lapsed back into their old, limited, perverted way of thinking. The time was not ripe for a major scientific breakthrough.
At the same time, I joined the most intense phase of the Light Body Process. Without this preparatory work of the causal worlds, which I had to realize as their messenger one by one on earth, there would be no Parousia (Ascension) in the manner discussed here. In such a case, the global economic crisis and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind would be quite different. The optimal astral probability alternative to the impending “apocalyptic” events provides namely the following list of preparatory events:
1. The completion of a comprehensive scientific and gnostic-philosophical Presentation of the new Pantheorie of the Universal Law, which was accomplished by myself in a period of fifteen years (1993 to 2008), and elaborated in thirteen books of more than 4000 pages.
2. Timely start with the Light Body Process, so that my parousia – the prophetical announcement of “The Second Coming of Christ” – could take place in a timely coordinated fashion with the collapse of the world economy.
To this end, I have gone through a serious catharsis already in 1972, at the age of 21 (3), that prepared my psyche and my spirit for my future mission. Since then I have been in an intensive and continuous process of physical and psycho-mental transformation, which has intensified significantly after 1993. Since that time, I am under a very strong, astral energetic influence from the causal worlds, which inspired me to discover the Universal Law and to write down the new General Theory of Science in a comprehensive manner. In 1999, I joined the last most intense phase of the Light Body Process, which was accompanied by serious physical, psychological and existential hardships. Since that time, I hear, see and feel the astral energies continuously, as they penetrate as waves into my body and accelerate its transformation in a massive way.
The historical perspective of the economic processes that will lead to the announced world crisis have been discussed by myself in my other books in detail (see also the essay in the Appendix). The final preparatory work of the causal worlds to this economic collapse began parallel to my Light Body Process (4). This synchronization was necessary, so that the correct event could take place at the right time, on the right place.
Each astral probability alternative, which is implemented in the 3D space-time, is always the best among many other alternatives to this event. The whole astral coordination of earthly life is a well-functioning, multi-factorial algorithm of immense complexity and precision. It is for this reason, that all events are constantly being adjusted. By the way, the conventional, sequential time t plays no role in the astral realms. Within the coordination of the 3D events on earth, this magnitude is one of many dimensions that must be considered in the astral planning.
This description shows that the Light Body Process and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind are ongoing, continuous energetic processes, which are prepared for a long time, largely in secret, before they can appear in the 3D space-time in a visible form to everyone. The collective human perception, which is currently blind for the invisible coordination of the 7F-creation levels, discriminates on the contrary in a selective way only particular events that manifest out of the steady stream of energetic transformation and focuses its attention exclusively on them.
The exact time of the occurrence of point events in the 3D space-time knows, to use the biblical language, “only the Father in Heaven.” They are, more precisely, the result of ad hoc probability calculations. Their preparation takes place certainly much earlier and is preceded by numerous signs that can only be read by people with an advanced, medial awareness; indeed, they must be read, as Jesus forcefully admonished, if humans should have any chance to survive (Mt.,24,32-47).
Global changes in collective consciousness are thus initiated by global energy changes in the astral field of the Earth, which exceed in their complexity human imagination, although they may be perceived by medially gifted, old souls in an intuitive-sensory manner, but not so by the vast majority of the world population. From this it follows that auspicious changes in the history of mankind are planned beforehand, and appear initially only as discrete, usually ignored events in the visible range of the 3D space-time.
In particular, anxiety-provoking processes are perceived extremely selective and are not recognized in their true meaning. In order to reveal these, selective, symbolic events are needed. The attack on the World Trade Centre was one such event that revealed long-term, mental, social and economic shifts in the present-day world which gained momentum after the end of the Cold War, and will very soon trigger a global economic crisis in the Western world.
The constant current trade account deficit of the U.S. since the 60s is such a phenomenon that causes the unfair distribution of wealth worldwide, but to which the current political leaders pay no attention at all, because the consequences of this imbalance are very scary. We are dealing with a selective negation of basic processes that shape the world history in a decisive manner.
It should be well-known that a significant part of the world’s savings is not retained as an investment in the respective countries, but is used in form of subventions to finance the prosperity of the heavily indebted Americans, whose savings rates are at zero for some time ($ 444 billion in 2000 alone, direct investments not included). This process grew in importance, as after the end of the Cold War, large sums from the former Soviet bloc, for example the entire COMECON budget, were transferred to the United States. During this time jumped the Dow Jones industrial average index inflationary almost five times. The masterminds were the still very powerful, communist secret services, which were supported by the American intelligence agencies in this insidious fraud at the expense of the East European peoples. The present poverty in Russia and other Eastern bloc countries is due largely to these criminal practices.
The long recession of the Japanese, the biggest lender to the U.S., is also attributed to this phenomenon. Instead of investing in its own infrastructure, the Japanese banks preferred to spend the tremendous savings of this nation in speculation and worthless U.S. governmental bonds, not least because America still acts as a protecting power of Japan. The best kept public secret is the financial vulnerability of the American economy at the mercy of the Japanese financial sector, which may easily change direction very soon in the face of the devastating economic situation in their own country.
In order to draw new money from abroad, the U.S. is therefore forced to regularly instigate wars, so that the dollar can recommend itself as a safe haven for currency investments. Superficially, these wars are fought under lofty ideals, and many politicians and nations fall in the American propaganda trap.
However, it is not difficult to imagine that the world crisis will be triggered in the first place by identifying and eliminating this significant financial imbalance in world trade. This crisis also means the end of the world power USA. The process is meticulously planned and coordinated from the higher astral realms, and I cannot conceal the intellectual pleasure, with which I pursue this divine approach as an inspired observer on the ground. It is indeed a privilege to peep behind the scene.
For the sake of historical understanding, I have to point out that many projects of the souls are ongoing in many incarnations due to their global size. They are not perceived by the contemporaries as a coherent, continuous process, which has a well-defined beginning and a predetermined end. Such long-term projects manifest themselves for the terrestrial observer and participant in the best case as historical epochs, where the boundaries are always set in an arbitrary and retrospective manner according to the narrow anthropocentric perspective, or they are not perceived at all.
As the individual soul incarnates within a period of approximately 6000-8000 years 70-90 times, she is confronted in each new incarnation with historical conditions she has created and shaped in previous incarnations and must now either continue to develop or tear down when the soul project is accomplished. Collective phenomena, such as organized religions for example are complex energetic events, which are ongoing throughout many incarnations. They constitute the major social and spiritual framework, within which the evolution of the incarnated souls takes place.
When the needs of the incarnated soul population change due to change in soul age, then these collective energy phenomena must be broken down and replaced with new, appropriate framework conditions. Energy must flow: it is constantly in motion. Evolution without destruction or alteration of physical and spiritual forms is not possible. This explains why the history of mankind is no upward spiral, but knows times of prosperity and decline.
From this perspective, the current world religions that were founded within a short span of 600-800 years, i.e. in 4-5 successive incarnations, and unfolded their impact within the young soul cycle of 2 000 – 2 500 years (about 20 incarnations) during the Christian era, should be understood as collective soul projects that have an energetic predetermined start and a similar end.
The emergence of the five major world religions – (1) Hinduism (Brahmanism), (2) Buddhism (3) Chinese Universism (Confucianism, Taoism), (4) Christianity (with Judaism as a precursor and a bridge to the ancient Egyptian religions, which had an intimate knowledge of the immortality of the soul) and (5) Islam – in Asia and the Middle East, on the floor of the Old World, in Europe and North Africa, on the floor of the ancient and Hellenistic world, was, on the one hand, a necessity, which arose from the geographical separation of the cultures due to inadequate connections at that time. On the other hand, the many similarities between the world religions in their outer and inner edifice show that the soul structure of the world population started to become more and more uniform in the various cultural regions, so that their specific needs demanded for a new global spiritual orientation.
In the early days of the religions, the earth was predominantly populated with baby and child souls, who were on the threshold of the young soul cycle. While these very immature souls could perceive in a direct, unconscious way the Oneness with All-That-Is and were thus attracted by naturalistic and pantheistic religions, the requirements of the young soul cycle brought about a departure from the inner psychological wellness and security of the soul and a marked orientation to the outer material world.
Since young souls act in the greatest state of amnesia on earth, the spiritual dimension is not immediately accessible to them. They can comprehend the existence of the soul only in the form of external gnostic teachings and begin to repudiate them as organized religions only towards the end of the cycle of the young soul, so that they can now experience the total self-sufficiency of the human mind as agnostic ego. The majority of mankind is currently at this stage of spiritual evolution.
For this reason, the world’s religions, especially the Christian, manifest themselves as strict external authorities in order to impress the outward orientated agnostic ego of the young souls and to fascinate it for this kind of restricted world view that renders these unripe souls the illusory feeling of outer security when the inner soul protection seems to be irreversibly gone. In this way, the individual “Self” (I AM) of the young soul, which is up to this point still very poorly developed, is firmly anchored in the material history of mankind and begins to flourish with all its positive and negative aspects.
As human history presents itself in the era of capitalism primarily as technological progress, the expansion of the human ego-self took place in the last two to three incarnations in the development and mastery of external technologies. During this time, the incarnated personality is exclusively engaged in learning the manipulation of matter and people in various governmental, military, industrial, financial and other organizational structures and pays barely attention to the inner psychic dimension. This last phase of total extrovert, collective agnosticism began with the Enlightenment in Europe and the rise of modern empirical science, and will come very soon to an abrupt end.
The accelerated industrialization of several Asian countries, such as China, India and Vietnam, which are home to about half the world population, in the last 10-15 years, has already reached the limits of this expansion of the extroverted young souls in the earthly space-time. This globalization of world economy is characterized primarily by a threatening shortage of energy resources, which can be overcome only by the Evolutionary Leap of mankind and a new orientation of the world economy according to spiritual principles (see the essays in the appendix).
In this soul age, the attention of the earthly personality is focused on the manipulation of matter and other human beings and she finds excellent conditions for her unfolding in the organized religions. The close connection to a collective of like-minded people plays a central role in this ambience, because, as already mentioned, the young soul hates nothing more intimately than being different. The collective must also be structured hierarchically, so that the young soul can gauge concretely her social ascent or descent with that of others. As the young soul has no access to the inner soul dimension, she can define and recognize herself only in relation to her environment.
The religious community must in addition operate according to strict rules to allow enough occasions to sanction dissenters and culprits. As the issue of crime and punishment plays a central role in the young soul cycle, good and evil must be neatly separated in the according religious ethics. For this reason, the world religions and their deviations as sects and heresies display without exception rigid dualistic traits. The duality of conception, as mentioned above, is the most prominent mental characteristics of the young soul in the Christian epoch, regardless of whether it occurs as a theologian or politician.
The differentiation from other religions and movements and the emphasis on the differences represent the maximum separation of the young soul from the higher astral realms. She has to experience this mental state of darkness in all its variety and intensity, before she can begin as mature and old soul with her return to the inner unity.
The young soul insists on dividing the world into friend and foe, and, being the energy carrier of the Warrior (3), to prove herself in militant disputes. This militant aspect was taken into account in Islam (holy war) and Christianity (the Crusades, the conquest of America in the sign of the cross). This well-known bellicose tendency of the mind of the young incarnated soul had to be deliberately mitigated by religious teachings, preaching the act of mercy (Christianity) or a non-violent ethical way of life (Buddhism) in service of the community (Chinese Universism).
1. Many people, who are motion-centred (3rd chakra) can experience ecstasy only through physical activities. The ritual dances of primitive tribes fulfil exactly this function.
2. Especially in 2Thess 2, St. Paul delineates the dynamics of the impending Evolutionary Leap of mankind with such a precision, that it could only be interpreted as an inspired (channelled) message.
3. For further details see my book “Gnostic Tradition of Western Philosophy”.
4, For instance, the elimination of the gold standard by Nixon, with which the world inflation, the primary cause for the world economic crisis, was significantly stimulated, was implemented approximately at the time of my catharsis, with which my mission entered its most important phase.