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Lemuria (continent) Though Lemuria is no longer considered a valid scientific hypothesis, it has been adopted by writers involved in the occult, as well as some Tamil writers of India.

Lemuria (continent)

Accounts of Lemuria differ, but all share a common belief that a continent existed in ancient times and sank beneath the ocean as a result of a geological, often cataclysmic, change, such as pole shift. In 1864 the zoologist and biogeographer Philip Sclater wrote an article on "The Mammals of Madagascar" in The Quarterly Journal of Science. Using a classification he referred to as lemurs but which included related primate groups,[4] and puzzled by the presence of their fossils in both Madagascar and India but not in Africa or the Middle East, Sclater proposed that Madagascar and India had once been part of a larger continent.

He wrote: Sclater's theory was hardly unusual for his time: "land bridges", real and imagined, fascinated several of Sclater's contemporaries. Book of Dzyan. The Book of Dzyan (comprising the Stanzas of Dzyan) is a reputedly ancient text of Tibetan origin.

Book of Dzyan

The Stanzas formed the basis for The Secret Doctrine (1888), one of the foundational works of the theosophical movement, by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Madame Blavatsky's claims regarding the Book of Dzyan[edit] Madame Blavatsky claimed to have seen a manuscript of the Book of Dzyan while studying esoteric lore in Tibet. She claimed this and other ancient manuscripts were safeguarded from profane eyes by the initiates of an Occult Brotherhood. The work had originally, according to Blavatsky, been written in the sacred language of Senzar. Max Müller and others have been skeptical. The Book of Dzyan and the Buddhist Tantras[edit] Lemuria. Lemuria, Atlantyda i Agarta. {*style:<b> ZAGINIONE CYWILIZACJE - LEMURIA, ATLANTYDA I AGARTA </b>*} Jakoż od dawna interesowała mnie tematyka zaginionych cywilizacji, postanowiłam sięgnąć do różnych książek, aby zgłębić ten temat.

Mimo dużych możliwości dzisiejszych czasów, a mam na myśli w szczególności Internet, postanowiłam sięgnąć do książek, które wydają mi się źródłem bardziej stabilnym aniżeli Sieć, w której z reguły można znaleźć mnóstwo króciutkich wzmianek, nie wystarczająco rozwijających tą tematykę. Dawno, dawno temu… nie, może zacznę inaczej. Jeden z mitów opowiada, że gdzieś na zachodnim morzu znajdowała się wyspa o nazwie Atlantyda, której mieszkańcy mogli poszczycić się najbardziej rozwiniętą magiczną kulturą. Przekaz historyczny był owocem magicznej wiedzy mieszkańców Atlantydy. Gdy weźmiemy pod uwagę byłe „kolonie” Atlantydy, odkryjemy wiele wspólnych cech, na przykład porównując Amerykę Środkową i Egipt. Relacje o Atlantydzie i Agarcie można rozpatrywać w dwojaki sposób.

LEMURIA. Kumari Kandam. Louis Jacolliot. Louis Jacolliot (31 October 1837 – 30 October 1890) was a French barrister, colonial judge, author and lecturer.

Louis Jacolliot

Born in Charolles, Saône-et-Loire, he lived several years in Tahiti and India during the period 1865-1869. In Jacolliot's book La Bible dans l'Inde, Vie de Iezeus Christna (1869)[2] (The Bible in India, or the Life of Iezeus Christna),[3] he compares the accounts of the life of Bhagavan Krishna with that of Jesus Christ in the Gospels and concludes that it could not have been a coincidence, so similar are the stories in so many details in his opinion.

He concludes that the account in the Gospels is a myth based on the mythology of ancient India. Jacolliot does not claim that Jesus was in India as some have claimed. Tschandala. Tschandala (old German transcription of chandala) is a term Friedrich Nietzsche borrowed from the Indian caste system, where a Tschandala is a member of the lowest social class.

Tschandala

Nietzsche's interpretation and use of the term relied on a flawed source but was used by some interpreters to connect him to Nazi ideology. Nietzsche's use of the term[edit] Nietzsche uses the term "Tschandala" in the Götzen-Dämmerung (Twilight of the Idols)[1] and Der Antichrist (The Antichrist).[2] Here he uses the "law of Manu“ with its caste system as an example of one kind of morality, of "breeding", as opposed to the Christian version of morality which attempts to "tame" man. At first, Nietzsche describes methods of Christian attempts to "improve" humanity. As a metaphor, he uses a trained beast in a menagerie which is said to be "improved", but which in reality has lost vitality and is only weakened.

Ignatius Donnelly. Antediluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly. Copyright laws are changing all over the world.

Antediluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly

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The world has made such comet-like advance. Pierścień Atlantów. {*style:<b>PIERŚCIEŃ ATLANTÓW </b>*} Pierścień Atlantów jest jednym z najbardziej znanych i popularnych remediów oddziałujących energią kształtu. Atlantis. Thomas Lake Harris. Thomas Lake Harris (May 15, 1823 – March 23, 1906) was an American mystic, spiritualistic prophet and poet.

Thomas Lake Harris

Biography[edit] Early life[edit] Harris was born at Fenny Stratford in Buckinghamshire, England. His parents were Calvinistic Baptists, and very poor.