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Camron Wiltshire on The Quest for Gnosis, Defining Sacred Geometry, and 666

Via SacredGeometryInternational.com

The_Quest_For_Gnosis_Camron_4The following is my submission for former born again missionary turned gnostic apostate Gabriel D. Roberts new book, The Quest for Gnosis.

The book features various luminaries from a wide array of interdisciplinary fields such as, Graham Hancock, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. Rick Strassman, Daniele Bolleli, Hamilton Morris, Abby Martin, Odd Edges, Peter J. Carrol, Matt Staggs, Maja D’Aoust, Jeremy Johnson, Dr. Aaron Cheak, Nick Margerrison, Thad Mckraken, Krystal Cole, Simon G. Powell, Dr. Lew Graham, David B. Metcalfe, Camron Wiltshire, and Randall Carlson.

GDR: What is the study of Sacred Geometry and how does it affect the way we see our past, present and future?

CW: First we should define Sacred Geometry. Sacred denotes something of a divine or holy nature and geometry is the combination of geo, meaning earth, with metry, meaning to measure or measurement. In other words, Sacred Geometry is the measurement of nature divine.… Read the rest

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Sangreal, The Cosmic Grail: Alchemical Evolution – part 11

Sangreal_11_coverPrevious articles in this series are archived here

Last month I discussed some noteworthy etymological connections relating to encounters between the Earth and cosmic material, as well as some of the effects of such an encounter. I mentioned that an important constituent of this material delivered to Earth by way of comets and asteroids was the platinum group metals, or PGM’s and I quoted Soviet biologist Dr. Vasilieyev of Tomsk University regarding the remarkable genetic effects observed in the post 1908 impact environment at Tunguska, Siberia, where and I concluded with this statement:

“. . . incursion of cosmic material into the biosphere can indeed catalyze extraordinary evolutionary changes, which brings us to the threshold of the forgotten knowledge of cosmic alchemy. . .”

The key word here is catalyze, which means to be acted upon by a catalyst, a substance which either causes or accelerates a chemical change without, however, being permanently affected by the reaction.… Read the rest

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