Aleister Crowley saw that the mystics of the Middle East and the far East were seeing the same thing.
Or that the mystics of Middle and Far East were in contact, which is very likely.Aleister Crowley saw that the mystics of the Middle East and the far East were seeing the same thing.
are you knowledgeable regarding Carl Jung red book and the mystic part of his work?
Did you ever dig into his work?
I haven't yet read enough of it to venture an opinion.Yes it is the shadow work he is doing.
It is probably in the beginning he found this technique, (very similar to shamanic soul recovery) since he later found one must lighten up the self, be in a calm contemplative state to then go meet the shadow parts. It is like the adult, looking for the hurt child, sending him love, lights, secure him, take his hands and bring back the child home so he knows there is an adult to take care of him.
I had never listened to him using part of the technique before.. It is very interesting
But can you tell me what you think of the red book. Was it of value for you???
I don't think books and mystics were being exchanged in Roman times. You have to look at the history of books.Or that the mystics of Middle and Far East were in contact, which is very likely.
Trade was happening between West and East along the Silk Road back in the Roman times, and probably earlier. No doubt books and mystics were being exchanged as well
Silk Road, ancient trade route, linking China with the West, that carried goods and ideas between the two great civilizations of Rome and China. Silk went westward. Wools, gold, and silver went east. China also received Nestorian Christianity and Buddhism (from India) via the route. Read more...www.britannica.com
Hubbard didn't read the Red Book.I don't think books and mystics were being exchanged in Roman times. You have to look at the history of books.
If you were to put yourself in those times, lots of time would transpire, I mean it would take a long time to travel about, no cars or airplanes. Did somebody have a book in hand?
The history of books is interesting. Whether this link is true or not, I don't know.
How do we know Hubbard read the red book, and Kabbalah and the Book of Changes?
What's quite interesting though, Hubbard thru his rhetoric said Books Make Booms. that's how he made his money.
yes, I've read much over the years. Can you point to where hubbard said he read the Kabbalah?Hubbard didn't read the Red Book.
He read the Kabbalah. Much of Scientology is derived from the Kabballah and Crowley.
Still curious? Time to do your own research on the topic.