The World Religions as Gnostic Teachings
Georgi Alexandrov Stankov, July, 2019
Translated from the German book “Neue Gnosis: Evolutionssprung der Menschheit“, 2001 into English by the author
Conclusions – Part I
The phenomenology (manifestations) of the world religions – the natural religions are excluded from this consideration – reveals one and the same pattern (canon), which consists of few recurring elements: Selected persons, called prophets, redeemers or God, receive divine revelations in the form of Gnosis, which they or their followers write down in holy books.
The object of this Gnosis is always the Numinous, the Divine, the sacred, which is beyond the sensual perception of mortal man, and the relationship of this Divine to the variety of manifestations of the material world – especially to the forms of human existence.
The epistemological core of all world religions thus represents the attempt to explain the interrelations of the Primary Term, in our Gnosis called space-time, energy or All-THAT-Is, which, depending on the religion, is understood as Tao (Taoism, Confucianism), Atman, Brahman, Vishnu, Krishna (Upanishads, Jainism, Buddhism), Isis (Egyptian religions), Yahweh (Judaism), Christ/God (Christianity), Nous (Neoplatonism) or Allah (Islam) with the manifestations of 3D space-time. This Gnostic task includes the development of a history of creation (Genesis) which in Christianity, Judaism and Islam has an eschatological, end-time character and in the Asian religions a recurring, eternal one.
Irrespective of the time periods within which the history of creation of the world unfolds or repeats itself according to common religious views, all world religions accept certain goals of human existence set by God or Creation, which can culminate in salvation/redemption as in the case of Christians or in ethical purification and ecstasy (nirvana) as in the case of Buddhists.
Thus the holy books contain at the same time fateful statements about the future of the human race. The ability to prophecy, as in the ancient cult mysteries, e.g. Pythia in the Oracle of Delphi, is regarded as a proof of the holiness of the founders of religions and the correctness of their teachings.
Depending on the ability of the founders of religions and their successors to think abstractly, All-THAT-Is was perceived either as an abstract (Tao, Atman, Allah) or anthropomorphic (Christ) category. Due to a lack of precise definition, mixed forms can also be found.
Human consciousness can form abstract categories only within the sensual limitations of its sequential perception. Since every human idea is bound to the existence of an individual personality (I AM concept), the maximum possible abstraction that the human mind can form represents the total negation of the ego-imagination.
From a religious point of view, the assumption of the emergence and dissolution of the subordinate individual into the superior creative “Nothing” inevitably leads to a disregard for the individual and his activity in the material world.
Such religions as Brahmanism and Buddhism, which regard All-THAT-Is as the total negation of the individual personality, usually have difficulties in establishing a balanced synthesis between the Divine, the Spiritual, and the obvious liveliness of the individual – his physical uniqueness as manifested in body and psyche. In short, they fail to recognize the exquisiteness of the soul in its manifold three-dimensional materializations.
Difficulties arise especially when religions make concrete recommendations on the social behavior of believers. Their ethics are then characterized by a disregard for the process of incarnation, up to the complete devaluation of the incarnation process with its specific requirements.
By opposing the hardships of physical existence with the pure form of Spirit, or soul, most religions misjudge the meaning and purpose of human existence and fail as eschatological teachings. Instead of promoting the unique psychic and physical vitality of the individual, as known from the philosophical circle of friends of Socrates (see the dialogues of Plato), the world religions – except for the teachings of Chinese universalism – preach an ascetic attitude averted from life. Whether monk or hermit, adept or mystic, their interpretation of a sacred life always amounts to a turning away from the evil material world of the senses and seductions, whereby the senses are always assumed to be inherently seducible, towards meditative silence and inactivity. The negative aspects of the incarnation should be reversed by a deficiency of liveliness.
For many religious preachers it is, out of fear, difficult to imagine that the experience of the Transcendental in the midst of a pulsating life is not only possible, but even desirable, although it is precisely the example of the founders of the religions – the change of Siddharta to moderation, the sociability of Jesus and the fulfilled sexual life of Mohammad – that speaks for such a way of life.
Spirituality does not exclude joy of life; in many cases it is experienced from the fullness of life (footnote 1). Is the unproductive existence of a monk who spends his time in meditative contemplation more sacred than that of a single mother with two children who works and studies at the same time to get away?
It is obvious that religions provide a very one-sided interpretation of the manifold requirements of the incarnation cycle, which applies only to a few selected lives. Such an ethic can rarely do justice to the individual predetermined incarnation plan of the soul and is practically worthless. This applies, of course, to any ethic which, instead of emphasizing spiritual principles in human action, gives concrete instructions on lifestyle, as in the case of celibacy for priests in the Catholic Church.
The reason for this is the ubiquitous conceptual dualism of people – the distinction between body and soul, between matter and spirit, between materialism and idealism, between the current evil and the transcendental good.
This dualism, however, is not only a product of religions, but a universal characteristic of human thought that functions according to the principle of exclusivity and separation. No religion can develop a genuine synthesis between Spirit and body: To unite the love of the body with the love of the Spiritual as Plato once succeeded in doing so with the term “Eros” and thus to take into account the diversity of interpersonal relationships.
Religions that have a lower degree of abstraction in the definition of All-THAT-Is and preferably provide this category with anthropomorphic character traits have for their part epistemological problems both in the factual justification of the creation history and in the theoretical explanation of the relationship of their Prophet to All-THAT-Is.
The last point in reality concerns the relationship of man to his soul and thus to All-THAT-Is. It includes the knowledge of the energetic foundations of biological existence as they reveal themselves in the Light Body Process (LBP) and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind – i.e. the knowledge of the return of incarnated mankind to All-THAT-Is and of the overcoming of the apparent separation, which can only be experienced in the incarnated state.
These eschatological questions pose a dilemma for Christianity in particular. Although an eschatological religion par excellence, the church explicitly renounces an own creation history and instead falls back on the naive Old Testament representation of the Genesis, which appears to be ridiculous in the age of science.
The relationship of Jesus to God – the question of the nature of Jesus Christ as a transliminal soul and its interaction with the 7F-creationary realms – was, on the other hand, a central controversial topic of the early Christian church, which was fought out with great vehemence between Arianians and supporters of the Trinity. No satisfactory answer was found either in the Council period, when the Trinity dogma was consolidated, or later.
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Thus, also the prediction of the Second Coming of Christ – the parousia announced in the Bible – could not be correctly interpreted.
From the very beginning, the Christian religion preached the redemption of the faithful through the reappearance of the “Son of Man” and its union with God: Since Paul’s time, the Church has seen itself as an Advent church of redemption. For this reason, the “Unification in Christ”, which is closely related to the resurrection question (see below), was already discussed vividly and very contradictorily in the first Christian congregations. Since this cardinal question could not be answered, it led to great confusion among the first Christians, as can be seen from Paul’s two epistles to the Thessalonians.
Based on the new Gnosis of the Universal Law, it can be seen that these central themes in the New Testament deal with the promised Light Body Process and Evolutionary Leap of mankind by Jesus (footnote 2).
Since these events are presented in a very coded form in the Bible, distorted to the point of meaningless, it is not surprising that the Church has not yet understood them.
The early Christian religion secured its success among the masses by raising expectations of early redemption of the believers. For this reason, it was not opportune to make accurate esoteric announcements of the intended point in time of mankind’s Evolutionary Leap. Had the people of that time, who had just entered the cycle of the Young Soul, known that they had to first complete this cycle, i.e. wait 2000 years until they would experience as incarnated souls again the ascension of the new multidimensional personality announced in the Bible in our time, they would have run away from the Church in droves.
Thus, to put it casually, it was a well-meaning deception of the faithful, which was arranged by a higher place – by the causal worlds – and was not seen through either by Paul or by any other Christian, although various interpretation attempts were not lacking in the course of history:
All religions are based on deliberate misleading of mankind, the extent of which reflects the respective level of spiritual evolution of the incarnated human beings.
By the way, this statement also applies to all economic doctrines of the present day, the illusory nature of which will soon be recognized. Spiritual evolution is best promoted by confusion (through entanglement) and disentanglement.
If the relationship of Jesus to God could not be clarified, how much more difficulty had the church to define the Divine? While for John, the Evangelist, the Divine was still the Heraclitus’ Logos – an anticipation of the Universal Law, as I explain in detail in Volume I and Volume II – its further depiction by the Church became more and more obscure and blurred: The Universal Law of Energy became the “word” – the word of the “holy” scriptures.
John begins his gospel with the statement: “In the beginning was the Logos” – the Universal Law. Later on, Logos was translated by the church dogmatists as “word”, whereby they did not mean the “Primary Term” in the sense of energy = space-time, as I impressively prove in harmony with Heraclitus in the new integrated physical and mathematical Axiomatics, but the “word of the holy scriptures”.
With this etymological misinterpretation alone, the early Christian theologians have decisively prevented the knowledge of the church of the essence of the Divine, just as the inability of the physicists to define the concept of energy in epistemological terms has decisively prevented the discovery of the Universal Law and the integration of physics. Human language as an obstacle to knowledge!
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The decisive question of what is sacred depended entirely on the correct definition of the Primary Term: Are, for example, material objects such as relics, icons and other pictorial representations sacred, or is only the Spiritual sacred? The question could not be clarified at all as the iconoclastic controversy proved, which was relentlessly fought over several centuries.
But Islam also finds it difficult to fathom the essence of the Divine. This religion makes it very simple in practical and intellectual respects: It bluntly forbids the pictorial representation of Allah, as well as any Gnostic discussion of his being. Being an offspring of Christianity, this young religion needed to distance itself visibly from its predecessor, where the visual presentation of religious themes as paintings, frescoes, icons, sculptures, etc. in churches and other sacred sites builds the spiritual and mystical core not only of all Christian beliefs, but is essentially the heart of Western arts and culture. This hostile attitude of Islam towards all visual arts goes back to the prolonged and fierce battles during Iconoclasm in Byzantine at the same time, when it emerged as a religion in Syria (6th – 7th century). The latter was a former province of the Eastern Roman Empire and part of Turkey as the follower state of Byzantine until the 2oth century, when it was stolen by England and France with the infamous Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916 and is now a hotbed for the clandestine WW3, which the failed ruling cabal in the West leads against humanity in order to install in vain the NWO.
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Such inadequate religious views of the Primary Term and of its interaction with the subsets of 3D space-time have had considerable repercussions on the worldview of believers and their social behavior; they continue to the present day and have a decisive influence on collective life, even if this is not always apparent.
It is important at this point to emphasize unmistakably that no world religion has yet managed to develop a stringent and consistent categorical system of Gnosis, as I have presented it in this book. The unsolved epistemological problem of all world religions lies in the clarification of the following two points:
1) What is the essence of the Primary Term, of All-THAT-IS?
2) How are subsets (inanimate nature, plants and living beings) formed from All-THAT-Is, which on the one hand contain the essence of All-THAT-Is and on the other hand have individual characteristics? In other words: What is the relationship between the diversity of observed phenomena and the creative All-THAT-Is?
It is obvious that such Gnosis can only be developed on the basis of a coherent physical-ontological theory, as I proved with the discovery of the Universal Law. In the end, in such Gnosis, science and religion merge, whereby contemporary science must abandon its materialistic-empirical dogma and religions, including all esoteric schools, must learn to think logically-stringently. Both processes presuppose a radical rethink – a profound psychological and mental process, which is prevented by the present pronounced fear structure of humans both on the individual and on the collective level.
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Religions have both an epistemological and a historical dimension. The collective incarnation of souls on our planet has an urgent task: The realization of defined objectives of the soul families, which are designed in the astral realms as probability worlds and exist simultaneously, as sequential, time-bound events in the 3D material world of the earth. These projects take on the visible form of a history of mankind.
The history of humanity can thus be defined as the sum of all interactions of the incarnated souls, planned in the astral realms in a state of full consciousness and now materialized on earth in the state of amnesia. In order to keep the game creative and interesting, a portion of about 20% of the interactions is not predetermined, but left to chance. This is the playground of human free will.
The incorporation of such a “space-time undeterminacy” into the incarnation history of mankind requires a continuous adaptation of the energetic events from the astral realms, which is accomplished by the calculation of simultaneously existing probability alternatives.
By “calculation” I do not mean the mathematical process known to us, but the simultaneous energetic weighing of alternatives in the broadest sense.
Even if the Whole functions according to strict mathematical rules, like the 3D space-time known to us, the parts do not need mathematics in the conventional sense. Rather, mathematics is a secondary system of symbols, a product of human consciousness and has meaning only within this kind of limited perception. It is important to highlight this fact.
It follows from this that the history of mankind materializes in a time corridor within which an astral adaptation of events is constantly carried out. If I now – in the style of the old prophetic tradition – speak of a period between 1997 and 2012, in which the appearance of the new transliminal soul announced in the Bible will be prepared and will take place, so that the transgression of billions of Young souls into the cycle of the Mature soul can be introduced, then I have such a temporal undeterminacy of history in front of my eyes. The time corridor mentioned above is nevertheless marked by some key events, which I would like to mention briefly at this point.
In the year 1997, Volume I (679 pages) of the Tetralogy of Sciences on the new physical-mathematical theory of Universal Law was published. Next year I gave a lecture on this greatest discovery in the known history of mankind at the annual conference of the German Physical Society (world’s largest and oldest organisation of physicists) in Regensburg. In 1999 I published an editorial on the new Axiomatics of the Universal Law in the “Journal of the Balkan Tribological Association” (Vol. 5. No. 3, p. 129-155). In the same year, I published the Tetralogy of Sciences (4 volumes), in particular the General Theory of Biological Regulation (Volume III), on the Internet. In the same year Volume II on physics was published in Bulgarian:
BASIC SCIENTIFIC BOOKS: TETRALOGY OF SCIENCE
These years were filled with my efforts to popularize the new theory among scientists. I gave countless lectures, e.g. in front of 500 academicians in the big auditorium of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in Sofia.
In vain! The scientists were mentally unable to internalize the high degree of abstraction of the new pantheory of the Universal Law and reverted to their old, limited, wrong way of thinking. The time was not yet ripe for a breakthrough.
At the same time I entered the most intense phase of my LBP. Without this preparatory work of the causal worlds, which I as their messenger had to realize step by step on earth, there would be no parousia in the way discussed here. In such a case, the world economic crisis and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind would have also taken a completely different course. The optimal astral probability alternative to the impending “apocalyptic” events provides for the following:
1. Completion of the comprehensive scientific and gnostic-philosophical presentation of the new pantheory of the Universal Law; it was written by me in a period of fifteen years (1993 to 2008) in thirteen books on more than 4000 pages.
2. Starting the LBP in time for my parousia – the “appearance of the Son of God” announced in the Bible – to take place immediately before the final irreversisble collapse of the world economy.
To this end, as early as 1972, at the age of 21, I underwent a severe catharsis (footnote 3) that prepared my psyche and spirit for my future mission.
Since then, I have been in an intense continuous process of physical and psycho-mental transformation that has significantly intensified since 1993. Since that time I have been under a very strong astral-energetic influence of the causal worlds, which inspired me to discover the Universal Law and to create the new General Theory of Science in an extensive way. In 1999 I entered the most intense phase of the light body process, which was accompanied by severe physical, psychological and existential strains. Since that time I have been hearing, seeing and feeling uninterruptedly the astral energetic waves that flood my body and drive its transformation in a massive way (footnote 4).
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I have discussed the historical perspective of the economic processes that will lead to the announced world crisis in detail in my other books (see also essay in the appendix). The preparatory work of the causal worlds for this economic collapse runs parallel to my light body process (footnote 5). This synchronization is necessary, so that the right event can take place at the right time, at the right place.
Every astral probability alternative that is realized in 3D space-time is always the optimal among countless other alternatives to this event. The entire astral coordination of terrestrial life is a perfectly functioning, multi-factorial algorithm of tremendous complexity and precision. For this very reason, all events must be constantly adapted. By the way, the conventional time t plays no role in the astral realms as it is a human illusion. Within the coordination of 3D events on earth, this quantity is one of many dimensions that have to be considered in the astral planning.
This description proves that the LBP and the Evolutionary Leap of mankind are permanent, continuous energetic processes that have been prepared for a long time ago, largely in secret, before they can become visible to all humans in 3D space-time. The collective human perception that is currently blind to this invisible management of the 7F-creationary realms, on the other hand, picks up selectively individual manifest events from the stream of the continuous energetic events and focuses its attention exclusively on them.
The exact time of the occurrence of selective events in 3D space-time thus “only the Father in heaven knows”, to use the Bible language. More precisely, they are the result of ad hoc probability calculations. Of course, their preparation occurs much earlier and is announced by numerous signs, which can, and must, only be read by people with an expanded medial consciousness, as Jesus urgently admonished (Mt, 24,32-47).
Global changes in collective consciousness are thus initiated by global energetic transformations in the astral planes of the earth, which in their complexity exceed human imagination, although they can be perceived intuitively and sensitively by medially gifted Old Souls, but not by the majority of the world’s population. It follows from this that fateful changes in the history of mankind are being planned for a long time and initially enter the perceptible realm of 3D space-time only as discrete, mostly unnoticed events.
In particular, processes that trigger fears are perceived extremely selectively and their true significance is not recognized. In order for these to reveal themselves, selective symbolic events are needed. The attack on the World Trade Center was one such event that revealed long-term spiritual, social and economic shifts in the world, which gained importance after the end of the Cold War and will very soon lead to a global economic crisis in the Western world.
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The constant trade balance deficit in the USA since the 1960’s is one such phenomenon, which causes the unfair distribution of wealth worldwide, but which is hardly noticed by the responsible politicians because the consequences are very frightening. We are dealing with a selective blanking out of fundamental processes that decisively shape world history.
It should be well known that a substantial part of the world savings does not remain as investment in the respective countries, but is used to finance the artificial wealth of the highly indebted Americans, whose savings rate is zero ($444 billion in 2000 alone, not including direct investment). This process gained in importance after the end of the Cold War, when large sums were transferred from the former Eastern bloc, e.g. the entire COMECON budget, to the USA; during this time, for example, the Dow Jones Index rose five-fold (from ca. 2,500 points on January 1st, 1990 after the fall of the Iron Curtain to 12,700 points in May, 2011 when I wrote these lines. This is one of the innumerous capital crimes which the dark cabal committed and hid from the public, so that we are dealing with an extremely ignorant humanity when the events will begin to unfold this year of 2019 and the people will need a lot of explaining.)
The masterminds were the still very powerful communist secret services, which were supported by the American secret services (deep state) to the best of their ability. The current poverty in Russia and other Eastern bloc countries is largely due to these criminal malpractices.
The long recession of Japan, the largest lender in the USA, is also due to this phenomenon. Instead of investing in their own infrastructure, the Japanese banks have preferred to invest the nation’s significant savings in speculation and government bonds in the US (more than a trillion dollar), not least because America acts as Japan’s protective power. The best kept public secret is the financial vulnerability of the American economy to the benevolence of the Japanese financial world, which, in view of the devastating economic situation in its own country, will very soon collapse.
In order to obtain fresh money from abroad, the USA is therefore forced to start wars on a regular basis, so that the dollar can recommend itself as a safe haven for financial investments. On the surface, such wars are waged under noble ideals and many politicians and nations fall into the American propaganda trap.
However, it is not difficult to imagine that the world crisis will be triggered by the recognition and elimination of this significant financial imbalance in world trade. This crisis also means the end of the world power USA. The process is meticulously planned and controlled by the astral worlds and I cannot hide the intellectual pleasure with which I am following this process as an inspired spectator. It is indeed a privilege to look behind the scenes.
(It is notable to observe that these trends, which were visible and obvious to me in 2001, actually much earlier, since 1997, namely, the gargantuan US trade deficit, artificially instigated conflicts of the USA with Iran and Venezuela, but also with Russia, China, and even the EU, trade wars and coercion through economic sanctions as to preserve the dollar as world currency and the hegemony of the dying Empire of Evil, are the trademark of the current policies of Trump 18 years later. With that he, being an agnostic soul, achieves exactly the opposite of what he claim to attain – MAGA; see social oxymorons of the End Time explained in this book, Chapter IV.).
For the sake of historical understanding, I must point out here that many projects of the souls due to their extent are pursued over several incarnations. They are not perceived by the contemporaries as a coherent, continuous event that has a well-defined beginning and a predetermined end. Such long-term projects manifest themselves for the earthly observer and participant in the best case as historical epochs, whereby the boundaries are always set retrospectively and arbitrarily according to anthropocentric points of view, or they are not perceived at all.
Since the individual soul incarnates 70 to 90 times within a period of approx. 6,000 to 8,000 years, each new incarnation is confronted with historical conditions that it has created and shaped herself in earlier incarnations and which she must now either further develop or tear down after completion of the project. Collective phenomena, such as religions, are complex energetic events that are continued through several incarnations. They represent the great framework within which the unfolding of the incarnated souls takes place.
If the needs of the incarnated soul population change due to the advanced soul age, then these collective energetic phenomena must be dismantled and replaced by new adequate framework conditions. Energy must flow: it is constantly in motion. A development without destruction or reconstruction of material and spiritual forms is not possible. This circumstance explains why the history of mankind is not an upward spiral, but rather knows times of prosperity and decline.
From this point of view, the present world religions, which were founded within a short period of 600-800 years, i.e. in 4-5 successive incarnations, and have developed their effect within a Young Soul cycle of 2000-2500 years (about 20 incarnations), are to be understood as collective soul projects, which have an energetically predetermined beginning and an equally predetermined end.
The emergence of the five great world religions – (1) Hinduism (Brahmanism), (2) Buddhism, (3) Chinese Universalism (Confucionism, Taoism), (4) Christianity (with Judaism as precursor and bridge to the ancient Egyptian religions, (5) Islam – in Asia and the Middle East, on the ground of the Old World, in Europe and North Africa, on the ground of the ancient and Hellenistic world – was, on the one hand, a necessity resulting from the geographical separation of cultures due to inadequate connections. On the other hand, the many similarities of the world religions in their outer and inner structure show that the soul structure of the world population became more and more uniform in the individual cultural regions, so that their specific needs demanded a new spiritual orientation.
At the time of the founding of religions, the earth was predominantly populated by baby and child souls, who were on the threshold of the cycle of the Young Soul. While these very immature souls could still directly perceive the Oneness with All-THAT-Is and felt attracted by naturalistic and pantheistic religions, the demands of the Young Soul cycle brought with them a turning away from the inner-soul safety and an orientation towards the outer material world.
Since Young Souls work in the state of greatest possible amnesia on earth, the soul dimension is not directly accessible to them. They can only accept the existence of the soul as an external gnostic doctrine and then reject it towards the end of the Young Soul cycle in order to experience the total self-sufficiency of the mind as an agnostic ego.
For this reason the world religions, especially Christianity, must appear as strict external authorities in order to strongly impress and pull into their orbit the outward-looking agnostic ego of the Young Soul. In this way, the individual “I AM” of the Young Soul, the majority of which up to this point in time is still very weakly developed, can be firmly anchored in the material history of mankind and experiences its flowering.
Since history in the age of capitalism manifests predominantly as technological progress, the expansion of the “I AM” takes place in the last two-three incarnations in the development and mastery of technology. During this time, the incarnated personality is exclusively occupied with learning how to manipulate matter and people in various state, military, industrial and financial organizational structures and hardly pays any attention to the inner-soul dimension. This last extroverted phase of total collective agnosticism began with the Enlightenment in Europe and the advance of modern empirical science and will soon come to an abrupt end.
The accelerated industrialization of several Asian countries, such as China, India and Vietnam, where about half of the world’s population lives, in the last 10-15 years, already shows the limits of this extroverted expansion of Young Souls in the earthly space-time. This globalization of the world economy is characterized above all by a threatening shortage of energy resources, which can only be overcome with the Leap in Evolution and a new orientation of the world economy according to spiritual principles (see essay in the appendix).
In this soul age the attention of the earthly personality is directed towards the manipulation of matter and man and she finds excellent conditions for her unfolding in organized religions. A central role in that plays the close belonging to a collective of like-minded people because, as already mentioned, the Young Soul hates nothing more intimately than otherness. The collective must also be hierarchically structured, so that the Young Soul can concretely compete with others in her social ascent or descent. Since the Young Soul has no access to the inner-soul dimension, it can only define and recognize herself in relation to her surroundings.
The religious community must also function under strict rules to provide sufficient opportunity for sanctions against dissenters and guilty parties (footnote 6). Since the theme of guilt and atonement plays a central role in the cycle of the Young Soul, good and evil must be neatly separated in the corresponding religious ethics. For this reason, the world religions and their deviations as sects and heresies show rigid dualistic traits. The concept of duality, as mentioned above, is the salient mental characteristic of the Young Soul in the Christian epoch, whether she is a theologian or a politician.
The demarcation from other religions and currents and the emphasis on differences symbolize the maximum separation of the Young Soul from the astral realms. She must experience this mental state in all its diversity and intensity before she returns to inner unity as a mature and Old Soul.
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The Young Soul insists on dividing the world into friend and foe and on proving herself as the bearer of the warrior’s energy (3) in militant confrontations. This aspect was taken into account in Islam (holy war) and Christianity (crusades, conquest of America under the sign of the cross). This tendency of the Young Soul is therefore consciously mitigated by the religious teachings through the act of grace (Christianity) or the preaching of a moral, non-violent way of life (Buddhism) in the service of the community (Chinese Universalism).
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As can be seen from this brief discussion, the world religions are an offer and a legacy of the Old Souls to the Young Souls on their long journey of perfection. They must struggle with these teachings, which decisively shape both their world of thought and their behavior in order to evolve, until they gradually, towards the end of their cycle, discover their capacity for love and at the same time recognize the leading role of the soul.
In the course of this cognitive process, the Young Souls will reject the religions because they will realize that they do not need external concepts in order to experience the Transcendental. Instead, they will devote themselves to the inner dialogue with their own souls and find new collective forms to express this transcendental experience.
The dynamics of the future individual religio will exert its influence exclusively from the inside out and thus shape life. It will no longer bow to secular structures of coercion and adaptation. This time has finally come after a long wait. Many, barely noticed developments in the Third World, especially in the Islamic countries, are already going in this direction. The Muslim woman struggling for her emancipation, for example, will be a pioneer of the new spirituality, whereas the Muslim men will have to discard their hypertrophied ego before they will be receptive to the inner voice of the soul. But since mediality will be the social trump card, one can imagine what social upheaval still lies ahead for the Islamic world.
The religions emerged at a clearly defined historical time when most of the ancient souls of the last great wave of incarnation had completed their cycle and the earth as mentioned was predominantly populated by baby and child souls. Due to their brief incarnation experience, these souls were unable to develop a conception of history that takes into account the inner spiritual determination of earthly processes (footnote 7). In their eyes, history took place as an external event in which one participates – usually as a victim, more rarely as a designer – but which has no inner meaning in itself.
After the transition to the cycle of the Young Soul, at the beginning of the new era, the expansive warmongering component was further strengthened in humans because most karmic connections are closed in this soul age before they can be resolved in the cycle of the Mature soul.
For this reason, a new religion had to be baptized shortly after the establishment of Christianity: Islam which adopted the idea of holy war. As an antipole to Christianity, which was no less warlike at that time, as the many crusades clearly show, militant Islam was meant to emphasize the negative aspect of religion in order to develop the positive aspect of grace and humanism among Christians, as this happened in the Renaissance, especially in art.
Manichaeism, which was brought into being by the Persian Mani shortly before Islam and aimed at a Gnostic synthesis between Christian, Persian and Indian ideas, also started as an attempt to promote the tolerance of the new Christian doctrine and to question its growing dogmatization. At times this teaching was more popular than Christianity – Augustine, the most influential Church father, was, for example, first a Manichean – and served as a source for many religious movements, such as Paulicians, Bogomils (Bulgaria and Byzantium), Pathars (Northern Italy), Cathars (Southern France) and later for the Hussites (Prague) and the German reformers. This example shows that the religions and their branches were introduced by the astral realms in competition to each other, so that the need for Gnostic truth remained alive.
Only the development of an individual conception of the continuity and meaningfulness of all events enables the idea of a common history of one’s own people and later on of the whole human race. This idea depends exclusively on the soul age of the observer.
Incarnated baby souls are not yet in a position to develop a historical conception that allows them to better understand their present, which is always a product of the past, and to make their future more unerring and creative. They perceive themselves as powerless objects controlled by unfathomable forces.
Before the last great wave of incarnation had ended the cycle of the Old Soul, the historical understanding was at a comparably high intellectual level. To historians of the rank of Thucydides, the last ancient souls of this wave, we owe not only our detailed knowledge of the history of ancient Greece at the time of the Peloponnesian Wars, but also our understanding of historiography in general. How much more differentiated, vivid and precise are the political and personal motives and actions of the ancient protagonists depicted in the works of Thucydides compared to the primitive and historically unverified reporting on the life and mission of Jesus in the Christian Gospels five centuries later?
This obvious discrepancy between the differentiated view of history of ancient man before the onset of the great religions and the primitive historical perception in the age of religions reveals the radical rejuvenation of the incarnated soul population, which manifested above all as intellectual decline.
Before the great religions, there lived a comparably high number of Old Souls on earth who, due to their many years of experience of incarnation and their direct access to the soul worlds, were able to develop a pronounced understanding of the historical dimension of human existence and, due to their high proportion in the population, were also able to establish this in society.
For example, Augustine’s theocracy is often quoted as the culmination of theological historiography. The naïve moral views of Augustine regarding the causes of Rome’s demise could only amuse the modern reader if one would forget that Augustine’s works still form the basis of official church doctrine. They do not deserve any serious discussion, but are merely witnesses to the spiritual decline of the Middle Ages.
With the rejuvenation of the soul population on earth came the time of the prophets and the religious founders, who appeared shortly after each other. Some of them acted as Transliminal Souls several centuries after their ascension, so that the periods of their influence largely overlapped.
The founder of Buddhism appeared as the historical personality Siddharta in the 6th century BC and lived into the 5th century (probably between 560 and 480 BC). At the age of 80 he ascended – a process that is quite precisely documented in the Buddhist scriptures – and subsequently acted as a transliminal soul called Buddha.
The belief in the existence of Transliminal Souls who appear on earth at regular intervals is firmly anchored in the Hindu tradition, in contrast to the tradition of the Occident – with the exception of Greek mythology, in which some mortals climb Mount Olympus at the end of their lives and attain immortality.
For this reason the acceptance of Buddha as an ascended historical personality is much greater and more natural in the Indian subcontinent and in Asia than that of Jesus on the Old Continent. There is still no agreement on whether Jesus was a historical personality or God, and if so, how these two manifestations relate to each other. For a better understanding who Jesus was, namely the historical personality Apollonius of Tyana, read very carefully these channelled key documents and subsequent discussion:
By the way, there are many myths entwined around the two figures, which show amazing similarities (no wonder!), starting from the virginity of their mothers up to the natural wonders, which are reported to have allegedly accompanied their birth and death. The common pattern cannot be overlooked even with such different religions as Christianity and Buddhism. The Second Coming of the new transliminal personality is also to be accompanied by similar natural phenomena (Matthew, 24,29; Mark,13,24).
The founder of the ancient Chinese religion, named after him as Confucianism – a morality and state doctrine that can just as well be called ancient Chinese philosophy – was, as one would expect, a contemporary of Siddhartha. The year of birth of Confucius is 551 BC. Thus he was at the same time a contemporary of Pythagoras and many famous Greek philosophers, such as Parmenides, Zenon and Heraclitus, who as exposed Old Souls rendered outstanding services to esoteric Gnosis and influenced both the Atomists, who came shortly after them, as well as Plato and Aristotle.
At that time, there lived also some Old Testament prophets, who were torn out of their provinciality only by the appearance of Jesus and could attain a world standing.
Confucius, like Mohammad later, was not a Transliminal Soul, but appeared as a counterpart to the legendary personality of Laozi (Lao-Tze). The founder of Taoism, about whose life nothing exact is known, is said to have lived shortly before Confucius. From the little that is known about him, it can be inferred that after he had written his teaching on the Tao in a single book, he left the earth as an Ascended Master. The legends about the mythical figure Laozi, which also include the life of Confucius, also show many similarities with those about Buddha and Jesus.
However, none of the founders of the religion came as a complete surprise. The spiritual ground for their appearance was carefully prepared in knowledge of the mental condition of the people of that time. As H.J. Muller reports in his “History without Myth” (“Geschichte ohne Mythos“), among the teachers of the ancient world there was one who “taught that behind all gods there was a supreme God, and his supreme goods were love and selflessness. He was so devout that he was called to be the Son of God, though he himself never claimed to be; he performed miracles by casting out demons and bringing a dead girl back to life; and when he died, his followers declared that he appeared to them after death and then physically ascended to heaven.” The teacher meant here was not Jesus, but Apollonius of Tyana, whose life Philostratus has described (see above).
This story shows us that the emergence of religious legends is first played out at the soul-inspiring level before they present themselves as familiar dramas on the historical stage. The collective soul, currently mistakenly perceived as the “collective unconscious” by psychoanalysis, knows in an unmistakable way of all the important events that lie ahead and is able to recognize them as soon as they enter 3D space-time. They are played through numerous times by the incarnated personalities in the dream phases in the astral realms as probability studies (footnote 8).
By the way, such events deliberately operate with a limited number of symbols and visible signs, to which the collective day consciousness of humans is very receptive and by which it can be deeply impressed. This explains the common pattern of religions.
The historical dramas, which underline all religions, are merely a decoration for deeper spiritual realities to which the day consciousness cannot yet penetrate. The use of such external symbols is only possible and reasonable for people who are not yet ready for a rational interpretation of the astral-energetic phenomena in the sense of the present Gnosis. Such people tend to confuse external religious dramas such as the crucifixion of Jesus, which is a symbol of the archetypal behavior pattern of the incarnated Young Soul, with the actual gnostic message and are deeply disappointed when they are forced by external circumstances to recognize the illusory character of religious traditions.
The much-cited disillusionment of billions of Young Souls that is imminent will come about in the way just described: It will make extensive use of the inner-soul dynamics that arises in the tension field between inner truthfulness and outer perception of disbelief that will trigger a variety of individual dramas and ideological crashes.
In order to prevent this disillusionment in the past, the principle of indeterminacy was used, which leaves several options of gnostic interpretation open to the incarnated souls. For this reason, the energetic interrelation between soul and corporeality, between the Divine and mortal human beings, which, precisely because of its complexity, is based on crystal-clear rational principles, has been interpreted as a mystery to be cultivated. This is the spiritual source of the mystery cults, which occupy a central place in all religions, including prehistoric ones.
Gnosis was first perceived as mysticism. The Incarnation of God and the union with him in the sacrament, for example, are regarded as the greatest mystery of Christian doctrine. The concept of mystery thus represents an arbitrarily extensible U-subset of the Primary Term, which tries to grasp its essence, but deliberately refrains from a clear delimitation of its cognitive content.
Since already at the beginning of the world religions it was evident that the nature of the energy of the 7F-creationary realms could not be adequately communicated to the people in religious terms, the gnostic knowledge was deliberately kept open to a broad scope of interpretations of the Primary Term, which, on the one hand, did not over-strain the modest comprehension of the believers and, on the other hand, averted the danger of unnecessary encrustations. This indefinable realm of the mystical was reserved for the individual experience of the Transcendental that was liberated from all dogmas. The function of mysticism within the established world religions must be seen therein.
It is no coincidence that most of the renewals of the world religions began in the realm of mysticism. In this way the religious teachings were kept alive over generations because they essentially live from the inner soul impulses of the believers and in this way create a friction surface for mind and psyche.
The disadvantage of religious mysticism is that it offers religions a welcome excuse for not having to clearly define the Primary Term of all human consciousness, including religious awareness. Mysticism thus caused the failure of religions as reliable gnostic teachings.
In Islam, the definition of Allah is explicitly forbidden: The “unspeakable” should not be described in more detail. In Christianity the necessity to grasp the Divine exactly was recognized from the tradition of Greek philosophy, but this effort was reduced, after innumerable teleological disputes in the time of the Synods to the question of the equality of essence of Jesus and God, so that the actual task remained unresolved.
Later attempts to solve this task outside the ecclesiastical dogma, as undertaken by Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz, were unsuccessful in the strict gnostic sense. Moreover, such attempts were rejected as heretical by the Catholic religion.
Chinese Universalism and Buddhism have developed, for their part, an intuitively correct but purely descriptive notion of the essence of the Primary Term. For this reason, the two religions fail in the operative application of their unclear definition of Atman, Brahman or Tao, from which they try to explain the existence and mode of action of living beings, plants and objects of inanimate matter. The two Asian religions thus fail decisively in the dialectical interpretation of the energetic interrelation between the creative All-THAT-Is, which they understand as formless Nothing, and the variety of the individual manifestations of the sensual-material world.
The dialectics of Plato’s philosophy, which also remains valid in the new Axiomatics of the Universal Law, is not really familiar to Asian thinkers. The logical-mental ability to advance from the individual to the general and to descend from the general to the individual things of the sensual-material 3D world, as it is exemplarily demonstrated by Socrates in Plato’s dialogues, can be sought in vain in all Asian religions. Without such a dialectics of thinking, however, no true Gnosis is possible.
Perfect dialectical thinking is also a fundamental epistemological problem of Western philosophy and science, which could only be finally resolved with the discovery of the Universal Law and the development of the General Theory of Sciences and the new Human Gnosis. I have discussed this problem in detail in the field of mathematics using the definition of number and the continuum in volume I.
Even more profane and childlike are the religious views concerning afterlife, especially in Christianity and Islam. It is no coincidence that the most comprehensive and expressive depiction of afterlife comes from outside Christian scholasticism: Dante’s Divine Comedy. This work, however, is not a gnostic description of the astral realms, but contains first and foremost pointed observations on the effect of karma on human behavior from the point of view of the rediscovered Aristotelian and Neoplatonic ethic expressed through the personality of the famous ancient Roman poet Virgil. By envisioning a universal empire directly established by God and not by the Pope (especially when he is a very dark insidious Jesuit, a criminal and a theological moron), Dante fights the secularization of the Church as the root of all evils and condemns its ominous entanglement in rivalries between spiritual and secular power. This topic is extremely actual on the eve of the Evolutionary Leap that marks the beginning of a post-Christian era.
1. Many people with a motoric natural disposition can trigger ecstasy only through physical activity. The ritual dances of primitive peoples fulfill this task.
2. Especially in 2 Thess 2, Paul sketches the dynamics of the imminent Evolutionary Leap with a precision that points to information inspired by the astral worlds.
3. For further details on catharsis see my book “Gnostic Tradition of Western Philosophy“.
4. It is important to note that the same astral energies (astral fields) exist in every human body. But since most people’s bodies are created by their souls within a very narrow energetic spectrum and are continuously kept alive, people cannot perceive these astral energies with their senses: They are erased as an energetic background noise by the souls, so to speak. The life-spending astral energies thus unfold their effect below the usual threshold of human perception. For this reason, their existence in society is officially denied. Since they cannot be measured even with material devices, they are also rejected by science. With the beginning of the light body process, the frequencies of the astral fields of the human body increase significantly, so that from now on they can also be directly perceived by the senses. In the first place, a high-frequency oscillating tone, a high-pitched tone, is produced, which can be heard constantly as a buzzing tone predominantly in the left half of the head. This high-pitched tone is caused by the increased friction of the air molecules, which now rotate at the higher rotational speed of the physical astral fields around the body of a person in the LBP. At the same time, the transformation waves, which the soul sends into the body in well-dosed form, are perceived as somatic vibrations by the pressure receptors of the organism. These sensory phenomena arise outside the narrow astral-energetic spectrum within which most people spend their earthly existence. For this reason, it is very difficult for me to convey to the readers how these astral energies feel concretely as long as they have no experience hereof themselves. By the way, this section on the chronology of the discovery of the Universal Law and the writing of its Scientific Theory and Gnosis in the following years, in close association with the progress of the LBP, was added in 2008 as to put the presentation in this book into the right perspective.
5. For example, Nixon’s abolition of the gold standard, which significantly fueled the world inflation, the primary cause of the Greatest Depression of all times, took place at almost the same time as my catharsis, which prepared me for my mission.
6. Today the national state with its rigid, intermediate structures has largely replaced the church in this social function.
7. Compare with Kandinski’s inner determination (Bedingtheit) in arts in his theoretical treatise “Concerning the Spiritual in Art“.
8. Here I argue from the point of view of the soul with respect to collective psychological trends throughout history and neglect for didactic purposes the existence of dark aliens from the Orion/Reptilian empire that have controlled Gaia and humanity at least after the fall of Atlantis, as this has been extensively discussed on this website. I also do not mention the Christian fraud that covered up the existence of Apollonius of Tyana whose life served as a prototype to create three split personalities as the founders of Christianity – Jesus, St. Paul, and St. John, the Revelator.
Apart from that, the astral dynamics of precognitive knowledge of all incarnated souls as described above is currently more valid than ever before, as I have recently reported. After we created the world power heart centre of the threefold flame in Diano Marina in June, where the world healing centre, also created by us, already exists in the 5th to 7th dimensions, I was connected energetically to this heart power centre in a very dramatic activation of my heart chakra by the PanCreator (Source) on July 1st, 2019. Since then I am energetically in contact with all the incarnated human beings through their heartmind, which now can be finally activated, so that they can see the truth and circumvent their weak, confused mind that was extensively manipulated by the dark forces eons of time. That is why when I appear as the first ascended multi-dimensional personality in front of humanity, the people will immediately recognize and accept me in this role as the embodiment of the Second Coming of Christ. Only then will they begin to study the new Theory and Gnosis of the Universal Law. Since my future mission will be that of a great healer in the world healing centre in Diano Marina, I will win the people for the new holistic Weltanschauung of the Universal Law by healing them first – healing their Mind, Spirit, Heart and Body – and then they will easily open to the new theory and Gnosis of the Universal Law, especially as it also teaches new ways of true healing contrary to current failed medicine.