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The world keeps changing extremely fast, but in times of abundance and scarcity, under revolutions or wars, many have prospered. And they did so by looking at the patterns of reality. They understood these Divine Patterns and used them to achieve their personal goals.

The patterns have been kept secret for thousands of years in religious books, manuscripts and even fairytales, under allegories and metaphors meant to hide them in plain sight.

The enlightened ones — those who can see, called that Sacred Geometry, in a direct reference to the Creator. They then studied the nature of life through the art of the Almighty God, the Master Architect of the Universe. For "The secret of the occult sciences is that of nature itself" (Albert Pike, Freemason).

They discovered that there is only one Truth, one God and one religion, despite the many branches characterizing the impulses of the masses.

They also saw that this Truth is manifested by the highest moral state, from which the highest wisdom is received. That is when "the half-told story comes to be finished" (Arthur Conan Doyle, Freemason). 

The one who completes these studies becomes a master of the craft, for he possesses the capacity to alter reality with his mind, and create new worlds like a mason or builder. He becomes both aware and responsible of what he experiences, as much as he is made able to transition to new momentums and alter the future. For "When the Mason learns that the key is a proper application of the dynamo of living power, he has learned the mystery of the craft" (Manly P. Hall, Freemason).

This great secret was reorganized here to show you exactly how to experience it, and despite the many attempts of others to remove this knowledge from the public eye.

This information comes now as a great opportunity for you to transcend into a new perspective on the attraction of wealth.

GENRE
Gezondheid, lichaam en geest
UITGEGEVEN
2020
5 juli
TAAL
EN
Engels
LENGTE
301
Pagina's
UITGEVER
22 Lions Publishing
GROOTTE
910.4
kB

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