Body - Mind - Heart - Spirit
I would like to share with everyone the beginnings of my work with esoteric writing. The mission that is laid before me is to compile esoteric knowledge into a series of e-books. On subjects from the creation and evolution, esoteric science and symbolism, a history of esoteric teachings and also a practical guide to spiritual living at physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. This will including meditation, communication with beings of other planes and dimensions, and the awareness, feeling and control of energies at all levels. These e-books will be available from a website. Also available from the website will be e-books on esoteric subjects written by other authors, a section for 'spiritual blogging', and a forum for 'spiritual discussion' etc.
I am now looking for someone to join me in the business by creating and maintaining the website. If you are interested, or know someone who might be, then please contact me.
The following is just a taster from the first e-book which is still very much in a draft stage at the moment. There is a lot more information to research and add to this section. Feedback and advice are most welcome. Enjoy!
1.1.1 Before the creation of our Universe and Solar Systems there existed only root-matter in a condition of rest.
1.1.2 Every type of matter is created from this base substance.
1.1.3 To our physical senses the space occupied by root-matter appears empty and yet its density has been defined as being 10,000 times greater than water, and its mean pressure as 750,000 tons per square inch.
1.2.1 Into a certain section of this root-matter. the size of a Universe, a Great Being changed this condition of rest by pouring out His spirit or force, called Fohat.
1.3 CREATION OF ULTIMATE ATOMS
1.3.1 The effect of the introduction of this force into root-matter is like that of the blowing of a mighty breath.
1.3.2 Incalculable number of tiny spherical bubbles are formed.
1.3.3 These are the ultimate atoms of which everything that we call matter is manufactured.
1.3.4 They are the atomic matter of the lowest Cosmic Plane out of which the Logos of our Solar System forms the seven planes of our system.
1.3.5 Unlike soap-bubbles, which are a film of water with an outer and inner surface enclosing air within it, these bubbles have only one surface where the air meets the water.
1.3.6 They appear to be perfectly empty, so it is not known whether any motion is going on inside them or whether they are rotating on their axes.
1.3.7 They seem to have no proper motion of their own, but they can be moved as a whole from without, singly or en masse, by an exertion of the will.
1.3.8 No two bubbles ever, under any circumstances, touch each other.
1.3.9 The ultimate physical atom has three movements of its own:
a. rotation on its own axis
b. motion in a circular orbit
c. a pulsation like a heart, a constant expansion and contraction.
These three movements are always going on and are unaffected by any force from outside.
1.3.10 A force from outside, a ray of light for example, will set the atom as a whole moving violently up and down, the amplitude of this movement being proportional to the intensity of the light, and the wave-length resulting from the movement of a number of atoms being determined by the colour of the light.
1.3.11 The force of the Logos holds the atom together in its form.
1.3.12 One or more of His forces also play through it at a number of different levels. There are seven orders of forces working through what are called the spirillae in the atom
1.3.13 In interstellar space, between Solar Systems, the atoms are in the condition known as ‘free', lying far apart and equidistant, and this seems to be their normal condition when undisturbed.
1.3.14 In the space between planets, however, they are never found free. This is because, even if they are not grouped in forms, they are subject to a great deal of disturbance from cometic and meteoric matter, and also to considerable compression from what we describe as the attraction of the Sun.
1.3.15 This means that someone in their causal body could move freely in the neighbourhood of a planet where the atomic mental matter is in the compressed condition, but would not be able to move or function in far-away space where the atoms remain free and uncompressed.
2.1 Our Solar System is a representation of a Being, called the Logos of the Solar System.
2.2 When He chose to manifest Himself, coming forth out of eternity into time to form this Solar System, the Ultimate Atoms were already available.
2.3 He commenced by defining an area that would be the limit of His field of activity, perhaps the limit of His own aura. A vast sphere whose circumference is far larger than the orbit of the outermost of His future planets.
2.4 However, the distance between systems is, out of all proportion, greater than the systems themselves. Nevertheless, despite the distances, it is probable that the Logoi of the systems are in communication with each other on the higher planes.
2.5 Within the limit of the defined area He set up a motion which swept together all the ultimate atoms into a vast central mass, thus condensing or compressing the ultimate atom-matter which was originally scattered throughout the whole of the prodigious space, into a smaller region.
2.6 At a certain stage in that condensation He set up within it a whirling motion, accompanied by intense electrical action, thus making a colossal vortex in many dimensions, which was the material of the nebula to be.
2.7 The compression of the whirling mass continued through untold ages. In fact the vortex made by the Logos in the first place is still in action.
3.0 CREATION OF THE SEVEN PLANES
3.1 In the course of the process of compression the Logos, acting out of His Third Aspect, sends out seven impulses, or breaths.
3.2 The first impulse sets up all through the sphere a vast number of tiny vortices, each of which draws into itself 49 ultimate atoms, and arranges them in a certain shape. These groupings of ultimate atoms so formed are the atoms of the second plane or world, the monadic plane. All the ultimate atoms are not used in this way, but sufficient are left, in this disassociated state, to act as atoms of the first or Adi world.
3.3 In due time a second impulse, which seizes upon nearly all these 49 ultimate atoms, leaving sufficient to form the monadic world, draws them back into itself, disintegrates them into their component atoms, and throwing them out again, sets up among them vortices, each of which holds within itself 492 or 2,401 ultimate atoms. These are the atoms of the third plane or world called Atmic.
3.4 Again, after a time, comes a third impulse, which in the same way seizes upon nearly all the 2,401 ultimate atoms, again leaving sufficient to form the Atmic world, draws them back into itself, disintegrates them, and throws them out once more as the atoms of the fourth plane or world, that of the Buddhi, each atom now contains 493 or 117,649 ultimate atoms.
3.5 The process continues until the sixth impulse has built the atoms of the seventh or lowest world, the physical plane, its atoms containing 496 , or approximately 14,000 million of the original ultimate atoms.
3.6 The process of creation of matter in successive stages has often been described as the in-breathing and the out-breathing of the Deity.
3.7 Thus the consciousness of the Logos is within each atom, expressed within certain limitations, which we call planes.
3.8 There seems to be a correlation between electrons and astral atoms. For instance a chemical atom of hydrogen has from 700-1,000 electrons, which corresponds to the 882 astral atoms that it contains. This may be coincidence, but it seems unlikely. Thus, scientists as they disintegrate physical matter. appear to be discovering astral matter.
3.9 When by an act of will the ultimate physical atom is broken up into astral or mental atoms, it requires a continuation of the effort to hold the atoms temporarily in those different forms, and when the will-force is withdrawn the physical atom reappears. However, when a chemical atom is broken into ultimate atoms, they remain in that condition and do not return to their original state.
3.10 The existence of matter depends absolutely upon the continuance of an idea in the mind of the Logos. If He chose to withdraw His force, for example, from the physical plane, to cease thinking it, every physical atom would instantly disintegrate, and the whole physical plane would disappear in an instant.
3.11 Although the atoms of any one plane are not made directly from the atoms of the plane immediately above them unless the ultimate atoms have had the experience of passing through all the planes above, physical atoms could not be made of them.
4.0 CREATION OF THE CHEMICAL ELEMENTS
4.1 The solar system is a vast whirling sphere containing within itself seven types of atomic matter, all freely intermingling, with a tendency of the heavier atoms to gravitate more and more towards the centre.
4.2 The Logos sends out, still from His Third aspect, a seventh impulse which, instead of drawing the physical atoms back into Himself and dissociating them into the original atoms, draws them together into certain aggregations, thus making a number of different kinds of what may be called proto-elements. These again are joined together into the various forms which are known to science as chemical elements.
4.3 The making of these extends over a long period of ages, and they are made in a certain definite order by the interaction of several forces. The process of their making is even now not concluded. Uranium is the latest and the heaviest element, so far as we know, but others still more complicated may perhaps be produced in the future.
5.0 CREATION OF THE PLANETS
5.1 As the ages roll on, condensation increases, and presently the stage of a vast glowing nebula, usually of incandescent hydrogen, is reached. Various other systems in our Universe are, of course, now passing through this stage.
5.2 In our own case, as the mass cooled, still rapidly rotating, it contracted and flattened until eventually it became rather a huge revolving disc than a sphere. Presently fissures appeared in this disc, and it broke into rings, presenting somewhat the appearance of the planet Saturn and its surroundings, though on a far larger scale.
5.3 As the time drew near when the planets would be required for the purposes of evolution, the Logos set up at a chosen point in the thickness of each ring a subsidiary vortex, into which a great deal of the matter of the ring was gradually collected.
5.4 The collisions of the gathered fragments caused a revival of the heat, the matter being reduced to a gaseous condition, forming a glowing ball which, as it cooled once more, gradually condensed into a physical planet fit to be the theatre of life such as ours. Thus were all the planets of our system formed.
6.0 CREATION OF THE EARTH AND MOON
6.1 In this particular part of our system, however, the physical planet which was formed was not the Earth, but the Moon.
6.2 When the active life of the Moon, in the third chain, was over, a new vortex was set up, not far away from the Moon, and the rest of the matter of the ring was gathered into it. The resultant collisions once more produced a ball of glowing gas, which enfolded the body of the Moon, and very soon reduced it to a similar condition. As this combined mass gradually cooled, condensation took place around the two vortices, but by far the greater portion of the matter was attracted to the new vortex, which became the Earth, leaving the Moon a smaller body than it had been, and altogether denuded of water and air.
6.3 The Moon was still, from the intense heat, in a plastic condition, like hot mud, and the Earth in its earlier stages was subject to the most tremendous volcanic convulsions. In the course of these, enormous masses of rock, often many miles in diameter, were thrown up into space, to vast distances in all directions. The majority fell back to Earth, but some struck the Moon while still in its plastic condition, and produced upon it many of the huge depressions which we now call lunar craters. Some, but not many, of the lunar craters are really volcanic craters.
6.4 The Moon is at present like a vast cinder, hard but porous, of a consistency not unlike that of pumice-stone, though harder. Scarcely any physical action of any sort is now taking place upon its surface. It is probably slowly disintegrating, and it seems that in the course of our seventh round it will break up altogether, and its matter will be used, presumably with some of that of the Earth to build a new world, which will be the only physical planet of the fifth chain of our Scheme of Evolution. To that planet whatever remains of the Earth will act as a satellite, just as the Moon now serves the Earth.
6.5 The Moon is a ‘dead end', a place where only refuse gathers. It is a kind of dust-heap to the system, a kind of astral cesspool, into which are thrown decaying fragments of various sorts, such as the lost personality which has torn itself away from the ego.