Dark Dharma

Dark Dharma The primordial Dragon Race was a spiritual race, spiritual in a true sense as through incalculable kalpas their Dragon Minds transcended the phenomenal realm with the antecedent liberative technique called the Dark Dharma. They catalogued their spiritual ascension by describing the ten-bhumic stages, culminating in the great Dharma Cloud, or Dharmamegha. Now motionless and having obtained Right-Release from all former sensate-attachments, they were free to fully recollect the Read more [...]
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The Dragon Race

The Dragon Race Well before the era of Siddharta Gautama and even eclipsing the great flood of Noah there were many ancient races that populated Saha-realm 38725 (before it became poisoned as Marayana). The most ancient of these is the Dragon Race. This is not the same form that is mentioned in mythology, but a race of beings whose minds were filled with incomparable wisdom; their sciences and philosophies were based on the principle of the One Mind and their system was essentially Yin-based. Read more [...]
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Marayana

Marayana Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m a mind of stealth and fame I’ve been around ten-thousand kalpic fold My mission is to keep you tame My father is desire and my mother is ignorance Our incestuous offspring are desire, pride, greed, fear and ignorance Five to keep you company in samsara As you properly react to your spinning wheel of pain Pleased to meet you, won’t you guess my name? I bid you welcome to my 10,000 hells Where I’ve rattled old Dogen’s Read more [...]
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The Book of Bodhi

Once written in an online galaxy long, long ago… The origins of Saha-realm 38725 Mind’s miraculous capacity to recollect Its full essential stature creates a double-edged sword; this capacity can also become inverted thereby giving birth to pluralized manifestations that, although illusional in form, become graven images that are concretized into infinite dharmatic canopies that reflect every conceivable and inconceivable size and shape within a given world-system. These world systems Read more [...]
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Rudolf Steiner and the Covid Jab

*** This article is for entertainment purposes only The renowned founder of Anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) lived a remarkable life. For him, all things were to be known in light of spiritual principles. One of his works, Secret Brotherhoods and the Mystery of the Human Double, was a series of articles centering around the notion of “the drive towards a world government by elitist forces that seek to control the masses through economics, technology and political assassinations.” Read more [...]
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Cloud Epilogue

The author of The Cloud knew what he wanted to convey to his audience but had no clear systematic plan designed to carry it out. Without question his writing is most fluid with a fine contemplative spirit but mostly writes with whatever is coming into his mind at the moment. One possible reason being that he was in daily-session with his young neophyte and the discussion pertains to the actual growth of that adept’s mind at a given time frame. But as time progresses one can ascertain that he’s Read more [...]
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Spiritual Signs

DISCOURSE SIXTEEN Some spiritual signs that show one is being Called to Contemplation Many who read these words may find them fascinating and thereafter feel compelled to take up the work of Contemplation, but are by no means being called to this spiritual path. Their inner compulsion may indeed be indicative of natural or even excessive curiosity. The following signs will prove helpful in the ongoing discernment of being authentically called. Let one first discern if they’ve done Read more [...]
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Retrospection

DISCOURSE FIFTEEN Those inclined toward Contemplation Will come to recognize that what has been written In this work is akin to his own spirit; Thus a reiteration of the prologue is needed If it appears to you that this Contemplative work is not suited to your own spirituality or temperament, take leave of it and seek out good spiritual consul that will direct you in a way that is best for your spirit. If that is to be the case I ask you to please excuse all I have written here for your Read more [...]
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Moses and the Cloud

DISCOURSE FOURTEEN Some people only experience the perfection of Contemplation during rapture, While others can experience it always at a time of their choosing, during the Ordinary moments of one’s day. Some consider the Contemplative endeavor to be so heavy and awesome that it cannot be undertaken without heavy toil, and then only seldom, when one enters into states of ecstasy. I will respond to these people to the best of my ability, though my best before the Unborn will always Read more [...]
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Sans Senses

DISCOURSE THIRTEEN The silencing of the skandhas leads to the fruitful experience of spiritual things; Likewise in silencing the spiritual faculties we come to experience the gnosis Of the Unborn Continue to work diligently in this nothingness which is nowhere, and abandon the use of all your bodily senses; for I tell you truly that this Noble Contemplative work cannot even begin to be fathomed through skandhic lens. Your eyes can only envision material things by their appearance: Read more [...]
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