The laws of things and the laws of thought

If Aristotle for a moment grasped the important truth, that the laws of things and the laws of thought were alike objects of metaphysical inquiry, the conviction produced hardly any result in the details of his treatment: his psychology allied itself chiefly to physics: his metaphysics, after its introductory chapter, deserted the track of psychology. … Continue reading The laws of things and the laws of thought

The Philosophy of Consciousness

Metaphysics has been defined by Aristotle (and the definition may be for the present provisionally accepted) as the science which contemplates being as being, and the attributes which belong to it as such. The latter definition, while verbally resembling the former, exhibits, in fact, an important modification of it; for it implies that the progress … Continue reading The Philosophy of Consciousness

Phenomenon of Consciousness (3)

The same is true of words spoken in the same room with the hearer, even spoken directly into the ear. No external word, no external sound, ever reaches the brain. There is no external sound. The only sounds ever heard in any brain are cognitions originating and existing only in the brain—cognitions of internal relations … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (3)

VI. The Principle of Polarity

The Rosicrucians teach that there are Seven Cosmic Principles present and operating throughout the Cosmos, and extending even to its smallest activities. The sixth cosmic principle is called: The Principle of Polarity. The Principle of Polarity manifests that universal fact of "the pairs of opposites," or "the antinomies," which is apparent in all the manifested … Continue reading VI. The Principle of Polarity

IV. The Principle of Rhythm

The Rosicrucians teach that there are Seven Cosmic Principles present and operating throughout the Cosmos, and extending even to its smallest activities. The fourth cosmic principle is called: The Principle of Rhythm. The Principle of Rhythm manifests that universal regular swing or time-beat which is apparent in all the manifested world, from its highest to … Continue reading IV. The Principle of Rhythm

A Psychic Witch’s Experience

There are many occult phenomena that relate to the clairs, although some people refer to them as hallucinations. Some of these eventful circumstances are at random and some are at will. It all depends on the intent, determination and skill of the psychic. Some say that one's magical experiences should always be kept private, for … Continue reading A Psychic Witch’s Experience