There’s a core spiritual knowledge that’s expressed through some of history’s religious and mystical teachings, in ancient sacred sites, in esoteric symbols and secret schools, and which is even indicated in the movements of the stars.
And it’s apparent that there was once an ancient solar knowledge, central to which was the Cosmic Son, or Christ consciousness. It was expressed in different times long past, evidence for which is found all over the world, and it was based on a profound understanding of the spiritual principles that underlie all creation.
It’s been recorded in ancient sacred sites, myths and teachings worldwide and, rather than being a belief system, it’s about inner processes and principles.
Throughout history this knowledge was often kept secret for protection, and it formed the basis of many secret esoteric societies.
Central to this knowledge is the process that leads to union with the inner Being. This is the process of the return of consciousness to its source and is the higher purpose that we were created for.
I’m a metaphysical explorer, not a writer or an academic and my spiritual experience is of phenomena that are non-physical. This is one of the most difficult things to write about, as by its nature its hidden and inner, and often relies upon personal experience. It’s not like something in the physical world you can point to and see, nor is it fundamentally a set of concepts formulated and discussed, which is why it’s so important to understand this through the practice of spiritual exercises.
My wife Angela joins me in writing some of the books, blogs and articles, where she provides much of the research – pulling together the traces of esoteric knowledge from ancient times which reveal a common and eternal spiritual wisdom shared by those who have experienced spiritual mysteries, across borders, cultures, and time.
We provide everything on this website for free, as we believe that’s the way spirituality should be provided – it doesn’t let money get in the way of access. Publishing companies have approached us to commercially print our books, but we declined them, as we prefer to give them away for free, or let our publisher sell them at cost.
This is what we love doing and we hope to see you somewhere along the journey.
At the end of the day I like to walk a little up the hill. It’s usually pleasantly warm at sunset, I have a seat where I like to sit; it’s positioned so that I can look out over the forests to the valley below and to the mountains in the distance.
The peacefulness does not depend upon the mountain, nor the view, nor the climate, nor upon anything external; it is peace that emanates from within.
Its immensity overpowers emotion, overpowers thought and extends to the whole of creation.
It emanates with love to every living thing.
As the sun sets the light begins to fade twilight spreads and birds call out noisily to signal the end of the day; the creatures of the day make their way to rest where they will and the creatures of the night begin to appear. In this transition the sounds of nature change and the cycle of life in sound progresses.
Mark Pritchard (Belsebuub)