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Brinty 12-07-2009 08:35 PM

A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
I came across this website just this morning and find it hard to keep away. It contains so many interesting tales and the data available is just mind blowing. :shocked:

http://www.sacred-texts.com/

Zeddo 12-08-2009 01:05 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
[QUOTE=Brinty;195411]I came across this website just this morning and find it hard to keep away. It contains so many interesting tales and the data available is just mind blowing. :shocked:




Great thanks Brinty, looks like I will be spending a lot of time in this site!!
:original:
I meant to add that Avalon could no doubt take a page out of this sites book and do some marketing on a similar vein. There is tons of material stored here and it would be cool to have it all on DVD's.

You reading this guys?

ChristinCP 12-08-2009 02:14 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
I've read a few books off that website - LOVE IT! I read "A Dweller on Two Planets - Phylos the Thibetan" (amazing btw) and Bram Stoker's Dracula among other things... It's also a great source for Hermetic literature, and I believe it is where I printed my copy of The Emerald Tablets off from... :original:

Luminari 12-08-2009 03:07 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
I used to go there a couple of years ago.. forgot all about it, thanks a bunch Brinty. Seriously, how good is the internet? Sites like that remind me how lucky we are to have all the sacred wisdom of Earth at our fingertips compared to people even 30 years ago that had to navigate dusty labyrinthine libraries.

Phtha 12-08-2009 08:09 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
Yes great sight I've spent countless hours at, be sure to sign up to the free mailing list for updates if you like.
I'd recommend a book titled The Divine Pymander aka Corpus Hermetica, it has been the starting point for a lot of magical or esoteric thought, it comes from ancient Egypt and is a dialog between Hermes Trismegistus and Poimanders - the Universal Mind. Translated to english in 1610 from ancient greek version if I remember.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/eso/pym/index.htm

If you like sacred texts here are a few other must visits:
http://www.esotericarchives.com/esoteric.htm
http://gnosis.org/welcome.html



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Originally Posted by Brinty (Post 195411)
I came across this website just this morning and find it hard to keep away. It contains so many interesting tales and the data available is just mind blowing. :shocked:

http://www.sacred-texts.com/


ChristinCP 12-10-2009 01:33 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
Phtha has the best avatar ever. Yeah Poimandres is the **** :biggrin2::biggrin2:

Phtha 12-10-2009 04:14 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
haha indeed IT is. Have you by chance read any of the newer translations such as The Way of Hermes?

And thanks about the av! Yours is quite mesmerizing. :wub2::devil:


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Originally Posted by ChristinCP (Post 196319)
Phtha has the best avatar ever. Yeah Poimandres is the **** :biggrin2::biggrin2:


ChristinCP 12-13-2009 08:26 PM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
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Originally Posted by Phtha (Post 196421)
haha indeed IT is. Have you by chance read any of the newer translations such as The Way of Hermes?

And thanks about the av! Yours is quite mesmerizing. :wub2::devil:

Aw Thanks :wink2:

I haven't, but that is something I think I will do. I've been craving some hermetic stuff as of late. I feel like I need to read it all over and over again to really "get it". I wanna know those secrets so bad. Reading Phylos the Thibetan just made me wanna be able to do what those masters did, and I don't think there's any schools around that teach it :tears: Maybe somewhere under the Sphinx or something...

Shadowstalker 12-13-2009 08:36 PM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brinty (Post 195411)
I came across this website just this morning and find it hard to keep away. It contains so many interesting tales and the data available is just mind blowing. :shocked:

http://www.sacred-texts.com/

I always knew that there were more books than the bible had claimed:lmfao:

Namaste-Matte

Phtha 12-14-2009 09:36 AM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
I know what you mean about trying to find that next level of knowledge, we "the public" really only get the scraps, and the scraps are more often then not delibritaly misleading. :lmao:

For whatever reason I have a strong repulsion about joining any order, mystery school, or cult, and I'm sure most of them (all of them) are designed to mislead those who are awakening or have interest in the ancient arts anyways.

This is why I like to read the oldest stuff possible. With the hope that it isn't so manipulated as a lot of the new stuff is. Activating those higher rays/chakras are important to gain that knowing ourselves, which is what they try and hide from us. :mad3:

Have you come across Poke Runyon on your journeys?
He is fun to watch if your into hermeticism. :mfr_lol:
1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0b5fS-fiaro
2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6H56O__ACk
Hes got some other vids up as well.

Btw I've not read phylos, so thanks for the tip I'll take a look. :thumb_yello:

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Originally Posted by ChristinCP (Post 199015)
Aw Thanks :wink2:

I haven't, but that is something I think I will do. I've been craving some hermetic stuff as of late. I feel like I need to read it all over and over again to really "get it". I wanna know those secrets so bad. Reading Phylos the Thibetan just made me wanna be able to do what those masters did, and I don't think there's any schools around that teach it :tears: Maybe somewhere under the Sphinx or something...


ChristinCP 12-20-2009 08:00 PM

Re: A website to visit on a cold, wet, afternoon.
 
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Originally Posted by Phtha (Post 199335)
Have you come across Poke Runyon on your journeys?
He is fun to watch if your into hermeticism.

No, but I will have to check him out. Phylos the Thibetan is amazing. I think it spurred a religious movement or two as well back when it came out... I found out about it b/c it is on David Wilcock's list of Recommended reading, so it must've had a big impact on him as well. I've heard him mention parts of it during some of his interviews.

Really great stuff, it won't disappoint. I think a few parts even brought me to tears b/c of the Atlantean memories it brought up.


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