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Metaphysical Master Minds

Aristotle's Welcome to the Metaphysical Master Minds

The Metaphysical Masters of higher knowledge understood ancient gnosis or the "intuitive knowledge of spiritual truths." They not only understood but lived the laws of higher principles and co-creation with the universe. They were fully aware that we are called upon to extend ourselves in extraordinary ways of being in order to “know thy Self.”

The Metaphysical Masters were grounded in the union of spirituality, mysticism, gnosis, magic, manifestation, and hermetic or alchemical philosophy. These union's revealed certain truths by living the experiences and practicing the principles learned in the course of their every day life.

They learned to go forward with discretion between the worlds of Darkness and of Light. They proceeded with the awareness that "truth" could only be found by walking through the Darkness. That was the only spiritual alchemy! The result was that through individual stages of transformation and enlightenment, they each found their own "Philosopher’s Stone." In other words, "Being and Knowing!"

The Metaphysical Masters realized that by keeping these higher principles alive, they would be preserving a knowledge which had its foundation cemented in "truth." Through intellect, will, and knowledge, they left behind their ancient Metaphysical and Spiritual Philosophies for us to begin our own mystical union and journey. Together, with them as our guides, we too may begin our own “Great Work” to ascend from the world of Darkness into the world of Light.

With this as our goal, we will strive to bring the creators of this wonderful wisdom forward. Here, we will review their Philosophy of Religion, focusing on the belief in a Divine and Supernatural Power. We will also examine their Philosophies of; the Mind, the Stars, the Spirit, the Soul, Ancient Metaphysics, Mythology, Divination, and Wellness.

Enjoy Your Journey!

"Little minds are interested in the extrordinary, great minds are interested in the commonplace."     -- Elbert Hubbard

The Metaphysical Store 

"The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing." 
-- Sigmund Freud

My Prayer Bowl

"The task is to define oneself, for oneself, in a manner that enables a relationship to oneself. In doing so, one becomes who one truly is.
-- Dr. Allan Anderson






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"Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind. For the soul is dyed by the thoughts."-- Marcus Aurelius

Ancient Metaphysics 
"It is not enough to have a good mind. The main thing is to use it well."