“Light and Darkness, life and death, right and left, are brothers of one another. They are inseparable. Because of this neither are the good good, nor evil evil, nor is life life, nor death death. For this reason each one will dissolve into its earliest origin. But those who are exalted above the world are indissoluble, eternal.”

- The Gospel of Philip

“Human beings are not on earth to be citizens, or taxpayers, or socially engineered pawns of other human beings; rather they are here in order to grow, to transform, to become their authentic selves.”
— Stephan A. Hoeller, Freedom: Alchemy for a Voluntary Society. 1992

“A soulmate is an ongoing connection with another individual that the soul picks up again in various times and places over lifetimes. We are attracted to another person at a soul level not because that person is our unique complement, but because by being with that individual, we are somehow provided with an impetus to become whole ourselves.”

~Edgar Cayce

Carl Jung - Becoming Whole (Aion Chart showing symbolic representation of the psychic totality through the concept of the Self using Western religious metaphors to make his examples), “Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self”, 1951.

History of Occultism and The One World Movement.

“The communication of this Knowledge and other Secrets, some of which are perhaps Lost, constituted under other names, what we now call Masonry - the present name of the Order and its titles, and the Names of the Degrees now in use were not then known. But, by whatever name it was known in this or other country, Masonry existed as it now exists, the same in Spirit and at Heart, not only when Solomon build the Temple, but Centuries before, before even the first colonies emigrated into Southern India, Persia and Egypt, from the Cradle of the Human Race.”

- “Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Sccotish Rite of Freemasonry”, by Albert Pike.

The Jewel (Soul) Lost in the Mud


The jewel is lost in the mud,
and all are seeking for it;
Some look for it in the east,
and some in the west;
some in the water
and some amongst stones.
But the servant Kabir
has appraised it at its true value,
and has wrapped it with care
in the mantle of his heart.


– Kabir


“When the pearl is cast down into the mud, it becomes greatly despised, nor if it is anointed with balsam oil will it become more precious. But it always has value in the eyes of its owner. Compare the children of God: wherever they may be, they still have value in the eyes of their Father.”


– Gospel of Philip (Nag Hammadi Library of Egypt)