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Satisfy your constant graving for motivation

Today's world made life hard. Jobs availability continues to go down, wars here, there and "everywhere" ... "How shall I continue?" you may ask yourself.

There's a simple method: Take YOUR life in your own hands. How?
Today's world of endless technology makes it easy ... start to watch motivational videos, download motivational apps to your PC, smartphone or tablet. Watch them whenever you are "down".

You may think: "Bull...", but it seriously works. Just try and then decide, if this hint seriously was "bull..." or if you feel a little better. Watch this short video below ... I am sure you will like what you see.

If you cannot see the video below please, click:

And if you like what you see go to this website: to learn more and possibly even to join ;-)

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Who or What is the Beast?

Who or What is the Beast?
The question that seekers have asked for 2000 years.

Nov 15, 1998

The Beast

Understanding The Beast in Revelation involves understanding a principle. It is not one of the keys, but surely could be a thirteenth Key of Knowledge if there was one. Even though it will be covered in future books it is such an important thing to understand that I thought we would use it to involve The Intuitive Principle.

I know there are some out there who have had bad experiences with organized religion and have been tempted to even write the Bible off because of it, but let me make an observation. The Book of Revelation written by the Apostle John is one of the grandest books in human history with as much depth and mystery as any metaphysical, non-metaphysical, religious or non-religious book in the world. Please do not let any preconceived notions equate this book with a level only to be used by a student of Jimmy Swaggart.

Read the thirteenth chapter of the Book of Revel…

The Tsarnaev Brothers: Blame and Bureaucracy

On April 15, the Boston marathon bombing captured the nation’s attention as the most recent terrorist attack within the US.  A celebration of competition and athletic prowess quickly turned into a horrific and deadly tragedy as two bombs exploded 12 seconds apart near the marathon’s finish line.  The “pressure cooker” explosives caused extensive damage, killing three and wounded more than 250.  Many experienced serious and life-threatening injuries, since the bombs were filled with small pieces of metal intended to inflict maximum harm.  At least 13 survivors lost limbs as a result of the blast.

When tragedy strikes, people want answers.  Following the marathon bombings, the concerted effort of federal investigators, Boston law enforcement, and local residents to track down those responsible for the bombing was remarkably effective and swift.  Using footage from security cameras and eye-witness accounts from individuals at the marathon, the FBI announced two suspects wit…

The Teacher-Student Relationship

This concept of the teacher-student relationship has two extremes associated with it. To understand it completely you will need the second "lost key of the Buddha," revealed in Book 3, but what I give here will be a big help to those who already register this key internally.

The one extreme is the idea that goes something like this:

    "Me teacher -- you student. You do, think and act exactly as I command if you want to learn or be anything."

The other extreme is:

    "There are no teachers and no students for we are all teachers, and we are all students. One person is not above another and everyone's words have equal value."

Even though people in these two camps see each other as an agent of evil and opposite to themselves, the concept espoused by each has the same effect.

And what effect is that?

Too turn the student into a non-thinking animal, or "beast," as it is called in the Book of Revelations.

The Illusion of "Follow The Teach…