Month: August 2007

In search of the Great White Brotherhood

Due to the success of last week’s mummy theme. This week we will spend trying to find the Great White Brotherhood. We will end the week with a copy of a book said to be produced by the Brotherhood themselves. The book is only 1 of 25 in the world that I will be transcribing. It cost me far more than anticipated but I will be posting it online for Friday.

Tales of the White Brotherhood are said to go back as far as Egyptian times. Practically every esoteric order refers to them. In Max Heindel’s book the “Rosicrucian Cosmo Conception”: , he gives mention to such enlightened beings as those who would be found in the White Brotherhood. The White Brotherhood has long been a curious group. In near every esoteric tradition one thing is certain. If you meet the White Brotherhood, then your spiritual ascension is near guaranteed; because you have been found worthy to walk the path of light. The Great White Brotherhood despite the name has no affiliation with the nazi, kkk, or pro-white movements.

The Tattooed Mummies of Siberia

Little historical documentation is known on the tribes that lived in Scythia in Siberia. Most of what we know today has been gathered from archaeological evidence. Archaeologists have been able devise that the tribe of Pazyryk was a very artistically talented peoples. Perhaps the single most intriguing thing about the mummies of Pazyryk is not the preservation, or techniques of mummification used. It is the elaborate tattoos on their bodies.


The tattoos are quite indicative of the style and artistic talents of the area. The Designs would range from tigers, birds, deer, and even mythical animals. The method of tattoo application appeared to be with a skin-prick method. The tattoos were actually discovered after the clothes were removed.

Astral Projection and OBE’s recreated

From the article:

“Experts have found a way to trigger an out-of-body experience in volunteers.

The experiments, described in the Science journal, offer a scientific explanation for a phenomenon experienced by one in 10 people.

Two teams used virtual reality goggles to con the brain into thinking the body was located elsewhere.

The visual illusion plus the feel of their real bodies being touched made volunteers sense that they had moved outside of their physical bodies.

The researchers say their findings could have practical applications, such as helping take video games to the next level of virtuality so the players feel as if they are actually inside the game.

Clinically, surgeons might also be able to perform operations on patients thousands of miles away by controlling a robotic virtual self.


For some, out-of-body experiences or OBEs occurs spontaneously, while for others it is linked to dangerous circumstances, a near-death experience, a dream-like state or use of alcohol or drugs. ”

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