Man Know Thyself

In this day of confusion—as everything this society dissipates, everything it and its economy mangles into the deranged—it is especially necessary to understand the occult construction of not only the human body but also the invisible fields that lie behind the physical.

By Cody Leeder

Man Know Thyself

In this day of confusion—as everything this society dissipates, everything it and its economy mangles into the deranged—it is especially necessary to understand the occult construction of not only the human body but also the invisible fields that lie behind the physical. When social structures are held as irreducible, the individual disappears under a quilt of behaviors, motivations, and attitudes. It is the regimented organization of social fields that underlie mental activities and shape the habits of minds linked together in full identification with the incessant rhythm of a cycle coordinated by the behavior of social groups of the whole society. Movements are illuminated by morphic fields that contain attractors or goals, and creodes—habitual pathways towards those goals—that guide our industrial culture toward its end state while maintaining its prescribed obligations and evasion of its responsibility for its lies, stabilizing it against disruptions. Everything is polluted, sacred, and profane alike.

“Culture” comes to stand for the media and academia spheres, infiltrated by evildoers who corrupt and indoctrinate the young and feeble-minded. Such discourse is like a warped reflection seemed to suggest that all of reality is material or physical, the world is a machine, made up of inanimate matter, and nature is purposeless, that consciousness is nothing but the physical activity of the brain, and God exists only as an idea imprisoned in human minds. Ever new ways will be sought to exploit God, extend and intensify, and encourage what the jargon calls neo-Darwinism. The principles of evolution as a theory, show the ways in which science is being constricted by assumptions that have, over the years, hardened into dogmas. Such dogmas are not only limiting but dangerous for the future of humanity. It is worth examining the ideological forms in which men became conscious of and fight it out. There is a danger of slipping into a mechanistic worldview, of becoming a twitching bundle of neo-Darwinist reflexes. 

Without subjecting this ideology to identity politics, a rising importance of scientific, intellectual, and cultural labor is needed in an inquisition to fight the institutional superstructure supported by academic charlatanism, and to disclose a secret treaty between science and new age philosophy. For them, the forms are not a question of academic methodology, it is their lifestyle, the principle. Materialist ideology is still fed by increasingly expensive research that is reaping diminishing returns, in an effort to keep accelerating the long crisis, the belief system that governs conventional scientific thinking is an act of faith, grounded in a nineteenth-century ideology, which has since become an accelerating catastrophe, while societies around the world are paying the price. This is not just the task of politics and philosophy to re-enchant the world and establish the commonality of all life on Earth. It requires the effort of all those who, in the skeptical spirit of true science, tear down the fundamental dogmas of materialism and to institute otherwise; God as the ultimate unifying mind underlying all things, and the human mind as a limited area in the substance of the universal mind, challenging neo-Darwinism breeding these reactionary mechanistic science paradigms.

Man is a very complex creature, and the knowledge of his body is only the tail-end appendage of consciousness, which can come only as a result of a lifetime of study and investigation of itself, that from the outset molds the individual into a mere agent of his function in the total process of illumination. Evaluation of organizing systems must search not just on the interface between reality and the individual, but in its translation to unconscious processes including molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organisms, societies, and minds that are made up of nested hierarchies. At each level, the whole is more than the sum of the parts, and these parts themselves are wholes made up of parts. If therefore a person is willing to spend many years in the study of bones and muscles, how much longer must one labor to treat every day with the utmost seriousness, the great of humanity of all that is particular and ordinary emerges in an understanding to his divine nature. 

Man is the personification of the universal thinker, and the spirit of the mind being therefore immortal in its own right is merely loaned to man that he may gain through it a knowledge of the one force as it expresses itself in the different planes of nature. His lower nature chains himself to the inferior planes, while his divine nature unites him with the wisdom and power of the Trinity (the creator, preserver, and destroyer). Therefore we see that all of the symbols of the ancients are to be inspired from the complex, rich, obscured, and neglected histories of various actual struggles from a study of God, his parts, and members. The ancient philosophers do use strong language to describe their struggles.

The earliest form of the Hebrew alphabet contained only ten letters: three vowels, and seven consonants. These represented the three-fold God, from whom the four elements of the physical world and the three phases of the soul come. The spirit is manifesting through two poles, positive and negative, which we recognize as the superior and inferior worlds, while the divine spiritual life principle of the universe bears witness to the outpourings of the Unnamed One, above and superior to all of life. The original letters of the Hebrew alphabet in the form of the Pythagorean triangle (Tetrak) form the name of God, means of man, means of woman; they are the divine Adam and Eve in the nature of the Divine One. The One God, male and female, with three powers, made four worlds; Man (the link), animals, plants, minerals (nature).

Tetractys is a sacred Pythagorean symbol

The initiate in passing from material sense to spiritual understanding must be crucified, tearing the veil that divides the lower world from the higher. As it is written in the book of Matthew 27:50-54, And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice and yielded up His spirit. Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the graves were opened; many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised; and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many. So when the centurion and those with him, who were guarding Jesus, saw the earthquake and the things that had happened, they feared greatly, saying, “Truly this was the Son of God!” 

There are persons who lived two thousand years ago, whose vision is greater than ours today. There are leaders, philosophers, and mystics of the past whose understanding we have not yet equaled, thus also in our daily lives there are those around us who have different degrees of the inevitable development of these sensory conscious faculties, and occasionally out of these patterns there comes an exceptional example. These exceptional examples are more frequent than we realize, but we do not recognize them because we are not trained to know what constitutes an extra-faculty power. 

Therefore, scientifically if you wish to assume it, what we would call cosmic consciousness is the merely inevitable extension of ordinary consciousness—there is nothing mysterious about it—it the destiny and end of all consciousness and shall be universal, and it is the destiny of all creatures that they shall grow and unfold until they are capable of becoming the conscious instruments of this consciousness, but at various times along the way, as we all observe, there are what we would term ‘anomalies’, there are persons apparently born out of time, often before their time.

Actually, almost everything that we call ‘genius’ represents an intensification of faculties—a great musician, a great artist, a great sculpter—these persons represent levels of conscious development beyond the ordinary. If it were not true, we could all do what they do, and we cannot. We cannot all be a Leonardo Davinci, but he is simply an example of a development of faculties and an arrangement of them, by means of which greater resources are available to him because there is less confusion and conflict among the sensory faculties, and less obscuration of these faculties, but a density of ignorance and matter. These persons have earned their abilities and they have sharpened the instruments by constant use. We are not sharpening our instruments as rapidly as they did for a fact that we do not possess them. 

As it serves as a reasonable summary of the topics discussed in this essay, it seems a good way to conclude: The great philosophers have studied the faculties of the human mind. MAN KNOW THYSELF was the great motto of the ancient philosophers; They have realized the individual is what his thoughts are. They also realized that thinking is the result of combining the centers of thought in the mental body of man. Man lives in a universe of fragments, when two or more of them unite, these fragments begin to make order, when five of them unite, we have similarization for whatever it is worth, when seven of them unite we have consciousness—a factual situation brought into objectivity by the union of divided parts—only by their union, and by the new faculty released by their union, is man capable of total cognition.

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