The author recounts his memories growing up in Western society. Forced to abandon his career, he embarked on a twenty-year quest to understand life, culminating in a realization of the Dao in 2008... More > which left four spiritual masters reeling in its wake. He was involved in many “miraculous” events along the way, encountering Gurdjieff’s Sun Absolute, the Paramatman Light, and the Archangels Gabriel and Michael.
He describes helping the group-minds of entire countries, and sheds light on the occult causes of earthquakes. He covers time-travel, Fukushima, telepathy, the Twin Towers, the Royal Family and various conspiracy theories from a comprehensive psychic perspective.
He left Idries Shah, Omar Ali-Shah, Gurdjieff and Meher Baba, and gives examples of their psychic manipulations. The events surrounding the end of Sufism are revealed for the first time.
Finally, he details his relationship with Mother Meera. He explains the origin of her darshan formula as well as their joint work.< Less
A complete exposition of the way the supernatural world works, exploring the full cosmic context of mankind’s psychic abilities. The inner-world is described in great detail, and then society... More > is investigated and examples given of the synthetic psychic processes disturbing mankind’s life, and the natural ones they stifle. Throughout, the author gives advice on how to stay real amidst the inner chaos, and concludes with the basic principles for living a life free from the problems it causes.
Covering reincarnation, karma, consciousness, the after-death process, remote viewing, artificial intelligence, spiritual exercises, time-travel, space-travel, UFOs, group-minds, archons, ultimate subsumptions, precognitive espionage, The NSA, GCHQ, MI5, MI6, evil, recurrency, telepathy, experionics, the enneagram, secret societies, ghosts, spirits, demons, angels, aliens, secret languages, technology, money, crime, entertainment, big-business, science, conspiracy theories, war, the new world order and much more.< Less
Mother Meera’s spiritual family is introduced for the first time, including the masters and less well-known individuals she has been working with. The cosmic and earthly situation they are... More > involved in is explained, and Mother Meera’s role on earth becomes clear in the context of her spiritual peers. The author is a member of the family described, and spent 3 years working together with Mother Meera in gathering the information presented. Fully authorized by her.< Less
Mother Meera’s spiritual family revealed for the first time.
One’s spiritual family is not the same as one’s physical family, or even the people one spends one’s daily life... More > with. It consists of the souls who are closest to one, and those people one’s incarnation on earth is intimately linked to, because each life within that family inevitably supports and nourishes the others in a profound way. It is about relationships within Paramatman, and where these are known about during life, they are naturally the most important relationships one has.
In this book the author draws together a previously unknown picture of the saints, mystics and unknown people who are Mother Meera’s spiritual family. He explains each’s relationship with her in detail, and how her life has been influenced by, and has influenced, their lives.
The author also discusses the inner landscape Mother Meera works within, explains her spiritual function, and describes how this fits in with man’s evolution.
Fully authorized by Mother Meera.< Less
The Daodejing, or Tao Teh Ching, restored to its original meaning by a modern Westerner who has attained to the eternal Dao; a "True Man" in Daoist terms. Some verses have brand new... More > meanings, often the opposite of established ones, and a plethora of inner significances have been rescued from obscurity and are presented for the first time. Many of these are discussed in the accompanying essays, and the result is a clean, fresh Beyond Life which is relevant to anyone interested in spirituality.< Less
The Daodejing, restored to its original meaning by a westerner who attained to the eternal Dao. Many verses have brand new meanings quite unsuspected by translators who have too often been focused on... More > scholasticism, which is unreliable, rather than their relationship with infinity, which is not.
With an introduction and an important essay on Daoist cosmogony & cosmology, explaining the differences between mystic or conscious-deity theologies and Daoism. It also explains the relationship between esoteric & scientific cosmologies and Daoism.
An important book for spiritual seekers, Daoists and experiential athiests alike.< Less
A book of aphorisms, insights and generally thought-provoking ideas for Daoists, readers of Humanity Revealed, and spiritual seekers in general. Similar in spirit to Nietzsche´s Human, All Too... More > Human and Schopenhauer´s Parerga and Paralipomena.< Less
The definitive study of Gurdjieff, Meher Baba, Idries Shah and Omar Ali-Shah, with background studies of Crowley, Nietzsche, Upasni Maharaj, Kant, Schopenhauer, Swedenborg, Bennett, Ouspensky,... More > Collin, Orage, Shivapuri Baba and Offidani. Unique in that it analyzes its subjects from a realized and psychic perspective: these are not speculative biographies. Their occult interventions, secret agendas and psychic techniques are finally laid bare for the world to see, as are their own personal spiritual struggles, mistakes and limitations. For three of the four main subjects, their secret transmission indicators are published here for the first time. Mastership itself is called into question, and the scale of their activities is shown to be excessive and full of folly. Extensive proofs backed up by experiential accounts are given. With an experiential summary of Daoism, an essay on spiritual transmission, and a unique study of the occult forces at work behind the Jack the Ripper murders.< Less
The third book of Humanity Revealed explains religious revelation as the misunderstanding of a complex psychic process going on between reincarnating masters. It surveys thirty religions from a... More > psychic-healthcare perspective and explains how monotheistic religions alone made this error.
The real origins of Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Manichaeism, Zoroastrianism and Buddhism are given with the individual mechanisms which brought each about. Their prophets and deities are explained experientially for the first time and the misunderstandings that caused each are covered in detail.
The nature of deity is then investigated, philosophically and psychically and the process of realization is examined to answer the question What is god? Lao Tzu´s Beyond Life is then brought in to corroborate the findings.
Finally the processes of worship and hypocrisy are analysed to round off a comprehensive study of what causes religion. With an essay on the hidden reasons for 9/11 and the inner meaning of terrorism.< Less