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Charles Spurgeon: Prince of Pretenders

C. H. Spurgeon Marked His Sermons With  Luciferian Terms

 

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the Zodiac  (Astrology)

Spurgeon: "You may say, “Surely goodness and mercy have followed me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the ho use of the Lord forever.” Do not pick out one day in the year, and say it was a bad day, but take all the year round! Let it revolve in all its grandeur; let all the signs of the Zodiac come before you. Do not say, “I have been in Cancer a long time,” but run through them all, and then get into Libra and judge between things that differ. And then what will you say? 'Ah, bless the Lord! He has done all things well; my soul and all that is within me bless His holy name!' " (1)

Theosophy: "This stupendous conception, the ancients synthesized for the instruction of the common people into a single pictorial design, the Zodiac, or celestial belt. They taught that the genesis of Gods and men takes its rise in and from the same Point, which is the One Universal, Immutable Eternal and absolute Unity. The first or rather ONE power was called the “circle of heaven,” symbolized by the hierogram of the point within the circle, the point being the Logos, the Central Spiritual Sun." (2)

 

zodiac of light (magic)

Spurgeon: "Oh, if we had to write the complete record, the roll would need to be written within and without to hold the list of all the Lord’s loving- kindnesses, and it would need to be long enough to belt the whole heaven as with a zodiac of light, for His loving kindness is without end, and altogether untellable." (3)

Magic: "B: Two GROUPS OF TWELVE The runes may be divided in half, one portion signifying the magical hours of the day and the other the hours of the night. Assigning each rune a specific magical hour may be useful in helping to focus the mind on the power of the rune. The signs of the zodiac can be given to each half of the futhark, one side the zodiac of light and the other the zodiac of darkness. It is also possible to make an assignment of the twelve overt and twelve occult banners of Tetragrammaton to the runesthese pairs of banners will be assigned to pairs of runes (see section F below)." (4)

 

circle of heaven

Spurgeon: "I do not know whether these verses describe all the saints in heaven. If they do, then you must be like they, or you can never be among them. If, however, they describe the elect of the elect, the innermost circle of heaven. If they describe the bodyguard of Christ, the immortals that perpetually surround Him, nearest to His person." (5)

Theosophy: "This stupendous conception, the ancients synthesized for the instruction of the common people into a single pictorial design, the Zodiac, or celestial belt. They taught that the genesis of Gods and men takes its rise in and from the same Point, which is the One Universal, Immutable Eternal and absolute Unity. The first or rather ONE power was called the “circle of heaven,” symbolized by the hierogram of the point within the circle, the point being the Logos, the Central Spiritual Sun." (6)

 

lost spirits

Spurgeon:"A key is used to shut and to open, and so it is used to shut in, in reference to hell and those spirits who are confined there. “Between us and you,” said Abraham to Dives, “there is a great gulf fixed, so that they which would pass therefore to you cannot. Neither can they pass to us that would come from there.” It is Christ’s key that has shut in the lost spirits so that they cannot roam by way of respite, nor escape by way of pardon." (7)

Theosophy: "But this occurs only with souls of very strong will, and generally of indomitable wickedness.The strength of their evil will, and the determination to be wicked, keep them alive. But, though devils, they are mortal, and must go out at last. Their end is utter darkness. They cease to exist. Meanwhile they can be evoked by incantation. But the practice is of the most dangerous and wicked kind; for the endeavour of these lost spirits is to ruin every soul to which they have access." (8)

 

spiritual eye (third eye)

Spurgeon: "Let me now introduce to you my text as I mean to preach from it— 'Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed upon us, that we should be called children of God: and we are.' Our text begins with the exclamation 'Behold.' This word 'Behold' is a word of wonder . John had lived among wonders. John’s life, from the time of his conversion, was a life of wonders, not only in what he saw with his natural eye, but in all the sights that the Lord gave him to see with his spiritual eye when He appeared to him in “the isle which is called Patmos.' " (9)

Theosophy: " 'In India it is called “The Eye of Shiva,' but beyond the great range it is known as “Dangma’s opened eye,” in esoteric phraseology. Dangma means a purified soul, one who has become a Jivanmukta, the highest adept, or rather a Mahatma so-called. His “opened eye” is the inner spiritual eye of the seer, and the faculty which manifests through it is not clairvoyance as ordinarily understood, i.e., the power of seeing at a distance, but rather the faculty of spiritual intuition, through which direct and certain knowledge is obtainable. This faculty is intimately connected with the “third eye,” which mythological tradition ascribes to certain races of men.” ing of wisdom, the source of strength, the star of hope, the dawn of heaven!" (10)

 

golden circle

Spurgeon: "Well, as the King of kings, and Lord of lords He is yours! You cannot think too much of Him, but when you think your best, He is yours at that best! He has not a glory so high that it is not yours, nor a luster so brilliant that it is not yours. He is my Beloved, and I would gladly extol Him, but I can never get beyond this golden circle—when I most extol Him, He is still mine! Here, then, is the basis of Christian life, the foundation on which it rests—to know that most surely Christ is altogether ours is the beginning of wisdom, the source of strength, the star of hope, the dawn of heaven!" (11)

Theosophy: "The down ward-pointing triad thus contains the reflected point of the Logoic Ray and so it is shown as overlapping and being overlapped by the up ward-pointing triangle which contains the essence of the same Logoic point. This is the symbol of the interlaced triangles called the six- pointed star, which powerfully illustrates the dynamic relationship between Vishnu and Shiva, or Hari and Shankara, within the golden circle of Hiranyagarbha." (12)

 

eye of fire (third eye)

Spurgeon: "Did you try to bury yourself in your business, so as to forget that urgent inquiry, and did it still ring in your ears, “Where are you?” Did you rush off to some place of amusement, and try amid worldly companions to forget yourself and your God? And did the voice still follow you, always calling, “Where are you? Where are you?” And were you obliged at last to stand shivering before the Lord, without a rag to cover you, your fig leaves all withered with a glance of His eye of fire?" (13)


Esoteric Yoga/Hinduism: Shiviat wisdom often invoke Shiva with the name Tryambaka or Virupaksha. “Shiva with the terrible eye”, due to his third eye, located in the middle of the forehead and symbolizing the complete opening of the secret centre of force, Ajna Chakra. This eye of fire, the sign of the oneness of the divine primordial, opposes the usual vision of those isolated in duality: “Without You, the entire universe is endowed with a dual viewpoint, fragmented, discovering objectivity (relationship Subject-Object). On the contrary, only You – Master of this universe – possess a completely unified vision (non-dual).” (14)


divine eye (third eye)

Spurgeon: "Who— who among you but must feel some dread of the great day of judgment? If you are not covered by the righteousness of Christ, how will you endure the revelation of that day? There will be no secrets then. A trumpet voice shall proclaim aloud every hidden thing and the lightning flash of the divine eye shall discover the deeds of darkness." (16)

Theosophy/occult: "The Pineal Gland is that which the Eastern Occultist calls Devaksha, the “Divine Eye,” or the “Third Eye.” To this day, it is the chief and foremost organ of spirituality in the human brain, the seat of genius, the magical Sesame uttered by the purified Will of the mystic, which opens all the avenues of truth for him who knows how to use it."[40] (17)

 

inner eye (third eye)

Spurgeon: "Salvation is a spiritual thing. It belongs not to external sounds, nor to external impressions upon the eyes. There is an eye inside the eye, an ear far quicker than this organ of sense. It is with that inner eye that you must see God and with that inner ear that you must hear the voice of God saying unto your soul, “ I am your salvation." (18)

The occult: The third eye is known as the gateway to higher consciousness. It may alternately symbolize a state of enlightenment. In Eastern and Western spiritual traditions, the third eye is known as the “inner eye”; the mystical and esoteric concept referring to the “ajna” chakra. The third eye is associated with clairvoyance, out-of-body experiences, visions, and precognition. (19)

 

eye of the soul (third eye)

Spurgeon: "Man’s understanding is perverted from the knowledge of God, from a true sense of sin, from a realization of divine justice, from a right estimate of salvation. The understanding, which is the eye of the soul, is darkened, but when the anointed Savior comes, He removes the scales of our mental eyes, an d in the light of God we see light; then the sinner is humbled and bowed down, for he perceives his guilt and the justice of God." (20)

"The third eye chakra, also known as anja chakra in Sanskrit, seats the eye of the soul. A fully activated third eye allows you to perceive the world through a higher perspective. Imagine being able to perceive energetic forms through the five senses. To feel energy, see it and even hear its vibration. Psychic perception is only possible with an awakened third eye." (21)

Esoteric healing: "In between these two directing eyes is to be found the ajna center, which is like a third eye or directing agent for the blended and fused energies of the personality; related to this third eye as it awakens and comes into functioning activity is what we call "the eye of the soul"; this is a point within the highest head center. This eye of the soul can and does transmit energy to the ajna center and is itself the agent (before the fourth initiation) of the energy of the Spiritual Triad." (21a)

 

the Great Father above

Spurgeon: "I know this, that many patient men will bear a great deal, but if you strike their children, their blood is up, and they will not have it. A father will not stand by to see his child abused, and the Great Father above is as tender and fond as any other father." (22)

Luciferian Manly P. Hall: "The Freemason knows that primitive, or natural. religion is consistent with the laws of Nature and God. That which departs from Nature dies physically and that which departs from God dies spiritually. Only when we abide by the .dictates of the Great Father above and the Great Mother beneath can we endure." (23)

 

the Great Eternal One

Spurgeon: "But now you know He has immortality—“He only has immortality.” Can you conceive what kind of life that is which Christ possesses? Can He ever die? No— far sooner may the harps of heaven be stopped and t he chorus of the redeemed cease forever! Sooner may the glorious walls of paradise be shaken and th e foundations thereof be removed than that Christ, the Son of God, should ever die. Immortal as His Father, He now sits, the Great Eternal One." (24)

Theosophy: "Yes, my brother, we do indeed raise our bodies into heaven, but the raising takes place within the realm of conscious effort, for when the distinctions of the lower mind fade out, and the work—the necessary work—of discovery and of differentiation has played its part in teaching us the lesson of desirelessness, we find that the form and consciousness are one, the light is one, and the energy is one. But we find also that "one star differeth from another star in glory" because there is One Flame but many sparks of differing brightness within that Flame. Such is the glory of the great Eternal One." (25)

 

Supreme Ruler 

Spurgeon: "And the very highest virtue of God is for Him to magnify Himself in all His greatness as the Infinite and the Eternal. Whatever, then, God permits or does, He does with this one motive—His own glory. And even salvation, costly though it was and in finitely a benefit to us, had for its first objective and for its grand result the exaltation of the Being and of the attributes of the Supreme Ruler." (26)

Freemasonry: "By one Supreme Ruler is this Universe pervaded; even every world in the whole circle of nature. . There is one Supreme Spirit, which nothing can shake, more swift than the thought of man. That Supreme Spirit moves at pleasure, but in itself is immovable; it is distant from us, yet near us; it pervades this whole system of worlds; yet it is infinitely beyond it. That man who considers all beings as existing even in the Supreme Spirit, and the Supreme Spirit as pervading all beings, henceforth views no creature with contempt..." (27)

 

Eternal First Cause

Spurgeon: "God is to be seen in all these—God manifestly the Creator, Preserver and Benefactor of man- kind—but this man does not perceive Him. He sees no God. Perhaps he can stand like Byron under the shadow of Mont Blanc and write himself, 'Atheos;' without God where God is everywhere! Where God is in every breath of air, where God is in every flower beneath his feet, he sees not the footprints of the Almighty! He believes not in His secret Presence. Is the Great Eternal First Cause defunct, then, or is there no God?" (28)

Theosophy: "...it is not spirit that dwells in matter, but matter which clings temporarily to spirit; and that the latter alone is an eternal, imperishable abode for all things visible and invisible. Esoteric philosophers held that everything in nature is but a materialization of spirit. The Eternal First Cause is latent spirit, they said, and matter from the beginning. ...  "(29)

 

secret Presence (Voudon Gnosticism)

Spurgeon: "At nightfall he looks up to the skies and marks the glorious scenery of night. By day he climbs the mountains, beholds the valleys beneath in all their smiling beauty and gazes upward at the golden sun above. God is to be seen in all these—God manifestly the Creator, Preserver and Benefactor of mankind—but this man does not perceive Him. He sees no God. Perhaps he can stand like Byron under the shadow of Mont Blanc and write himself, 'Atheos,' without God where God is everywhere! Where God is in every breath of air, where God is in every flower beneath his feet, he sees not the footprints of the Almighty! He believes not in His secret Presence the footprints of the Almighty! He believes not in His secret Presence. Is the Great Eternal First Cause defunct, then, or is there no God? " (30)

Voudon Gnosticism: "Pure consciousness exists as the substance of that world and by coming to an understanding of initiation, the student enters the ideal world of transcendental objectivity, of which he knew formerly only symbolically but now which he knows as ideal and true. He now possesses the secret presence of the master of the gnosis and by means of these forms of esoteric understanding, he is guided he is guided closer and closer to this true being." (31)

 

the divine presence  (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "The people did afterwards build altars on high hills and in green groves, but these places, and the sacrifices offered there, were contrary to the mind of God. There was but one altar and one sacrifice, and that was at the temple. Hence when the godly Israelite prayed, he looked towards the one place of sacrifice, not in superstition, but in believing remembrance of the one sacrifice and the one altar and the one glorious token of the divine presence which shone over the Mercy Seat within the veil. He knew that God could only accept him through the one sacrifice and therefore he looked that way. happiness in the path of right." (32)

Theosophy: "To think of the Law of Universal Equilibrium is enough to heal our psychological wounds. The injustices one may have suffered lose their importance, and one’s heart is filled with a sense of peace. For thousands of years the act of remembering the divine presence has been a spiritual practice, and everyone can adapt it any time to his or her own specific reality. More than five centuries before the Christian Era, the technique was used in ancient Greece when Pythagoras gave impetus to Western esoteric tradition. The fact is well registered, and Sextus, the Pythagorean, wrote: “In all your actions place God [the Universal Law] before your eyes. Invoke God [the Law] as a witness to whatever you do.” [1] (33)

 

the universal law (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "The religion of Christ is a religion of love to mankind as such—it bids us regard the baby upon its mother’s knee as well as the gray-beard leaning upon his staff—to all it speaks of love. You are bound, therefore, by the universal law, to have a love towards children, and as in the first place you are to refrain from doing or saying anything which would injure their morals for this life, so are you bound, as much as lies in you, to do all you can to train them by your own example for excellence, and happiness in the path of right." (34)

Theosophy: "It is not a being but a law, the universal law of harmony which unerringly restores all disturbance to equilibrium. In this the theory conflicts with the ordinary conception about God, built up from the Jewish system, which assumes that the Almighty as a thinking entity, extraneous to the Cosmos, builds up, finds his construction inharmonious, out of proportion, errant, and disturbed, and then has to pull down, destroy, or punish that which he created. the veil. He knew that God could only accept him through the one sacrifice and therefore he looked that way. happiness in the path of right." (35)

 

Divine Father

Spurgeon: "Everything in us calls Christ, “Father.” He is the author and finisher of our faith. If we love Him, it is because He first loved us. If we patiently endure, it is by considering “Him who endured such contradiction of sinners against Himself.” He it is who waters and sustains all our graces. We may say of Him, “All my fresh springs are in You.” The Spirit brings us the water from this well of Bethlehem, but Jesus is the Well itself. Spring up, O Well! Spring up, O Well! Divine Father, blessed Jesus, prove Your Fatherhood by re-quickening our souls this morning according to Your word!" (36)

Occultism: "The Gospel of Wisdom was delivered in connection with the Convention to which I have previously referred, before the first lecture of this series; but I have placed it at the end, instead of at the beginning, because it seems to fall naturally into place there, and concludes my book with the strong assertion of a fact whose proclamation I believe to be one great part of the mission of Theosophy to the Western world – the mighty truth that all things are working together for the final good of all, that the great Divine Father means us to be happy, and that we shall be so in proportion to our knowledge of His will and our glad co-operation with its action.(Page 13)" (36a)

 

the Divine Fatherhood (Gnosticism, Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "Have you not received, at His hands, such tokens for good, and such benedictions as only He could give, so that you felt the Divine Fatherhood to be something coming very near to you, and the Spirit of God, operating within you, has made you cry, “Abba, Father,” with an unstammering tongue? “We will come unto him.” The Savior will come, and the Father will come, and the blessed Spirit will represent Them both in the believer’s heart." (37)

Gnosticism: "But the real writers of the sermons knew otherwise. Gnosis for them was superior to all distinction of race; for the Gnostic was precisely he who was reborn, into the Race, the Race of true Wisdom-lovers, the Kinship of the Divine Fatherhood. Gnosis for them began with the Knowledge of Man, to be consummated at the end of the perfectioning by the Knowledge of God or Divine Wisdom." (38)

 

Divine Unity

Spurgeon: "“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ: according a s He has chosen us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love.” Ephesians 1:3, 4. LAST Lord’s Day I finished the morning services at Exeter Hall with a sermon upon John’s choice doxology, “Unto Him that loved us and washed us fro m our sins in His own blood, to Him be glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen.” [Sermon #1737, Volume 29, John’s First Doxology .] I felt, therefore, that it would be most fitting to open this series of services with another doxology. And as the last was in praise of the Second Person of the Divine Unity, this is to the honor and glory of the Adorable Person of the Father." (38)

Theosophy: "The one circle is divine Unity, from which all proceeds, whither all returns. Its circumference—a forcibly limited symbol, in view of the limitation of the human mind—indicates the abstract, ever incognisable PRESENCE, and its plane, the Universal Soul, although the two are one." (39)

 

the divine center

Spurgeon: "God upon the throne, Christ the Lamb upon the throne—let this be our central attraction. Let us count it to be our pleasure to live here, as it will be our superlative pleasure to live forever hereafter, as worshipers who do homage before the throne of God and the Lamb! We have seen the divine center, now, let us carefully mark— " (40)

Islamic Theosophy: "The seventh organ corresponds to other 'divine center of your being,' and is called the Mohammad of your being where one becomes the mouthpiece of God. It is black light, the sign of passionate, mystical love." (107, 124, 126). (41)

 

the divine circle

Spurgeon: "II. THE DIVINE CIRCLE—the living throng that surrounded the throne of God. They are mentioned as “a multitude that no man can number.” This leads me to remark—although I cannot find words to fitly express the thought—that I will call it the sociality of God . He was God over all, blessed forever, self-existent, independent, needing no creature to assist Him, or to add to His glory or His happiness." (42)

the Occult: ". . . O Ra, in thine Egg, who risest up in thine orb, and shinest from thine Horizon." In a later chapter Ra makes a prayer as follows:" I shine forth out of the Egg which is in the unseen (unmanifested) world. * * * Let not mine hand be repulsed by the Divine Circle of the great god." (43)

 

flame of divine love (witchcraft, Kabbalah, Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "We behold the Savior bleeding on the tree as much to manifest the justice as the love of God; and now, as we behold our Lord’s passion, thoughts that burn full into our bosom—holy detestation of sin lifts the torch of heart-searching, and the flame of divine love burns up our lusts; He dies, the Friend of Sinners dies!" (44)

Wicca/Witchcraft: " 'The Major Festival of Beltane is symbolized by Fertility and Fire, the ever-burning flame of divine love.The holy Union of the Goddess and God, the Blessed fertility of the Great Rite. The awakening of the Great Sun God, the birthing in summer. (45)

 

the Divine breath (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "These people whom God has chosen are made known by their being quickened, in due time, into a higher and superior life than that of the flesh. Till then they are like the rest of mankind—dead as the dry bones of Ezekiel’s Valley of Vision—but the Divine breath of the Eternal Spirit blows upon them and they are made to live and stand upon their feet, an exceedingly great army!" (46)

Theosophy: With the "out-breathing" of Great Breath manifests the universe: The appearance and disappearance of the Universe are pictured as an outbreathing and inbreathing of “the Great Breath,” which is eternal, and which, being Motion, is one of the three aspects of the Absolute—Abstract Space and Duration being the other two. When the “Great Breath” is projected, it is called the Divine Breath, and is regarded as the breathing of the Unknowable Deity—the One Existence—which breathes out a thought, as it were, which becomes the Kosmos.[4] (47)

 

hand of the soul

Spurgeon: "Faith is the hand of the soul. Stretched out, it lays hold of the salvation of Christ—and so by faith we are saved. “Your faith has saved you.” I need not dwell longer on this point. It is self-evident from the text that faith is the great means of salvation." (48)

Jewish esotericism: "13. He made the letter Ayin King and bound to it a crown and tested this one with this one, and formed of it: Capricorn in the universe, Tevet in the year, and the left hand of the soul." (49)

The Bhagavad Gita (scriptures of India): "Thus in the worlds about us, in the hearts of our brothers, in the inmost chamber of the heart, we find the soul, the deep and infinite life, the everlasting. For the soul we are to live, seeing in our every condition the arranging hand of the soul; recognizing in all our tasks the work set us by the soul; doing all things for the soul with a great rejoicing that the partition wall is broken down, and the twain are become one." (50)

 

the absolute Deity (Theosophy: darkness/Dark Fire)

Spurgeon: "Do you not think, too, that perhaps they can see God better in Christ than even they did before? Is it not possible that they who first did veil their faces with their wings in the presence of the Almighty, because the brightness of glory was excessive, may now stand with unveiled faces and worship God in Christ? I think it is so. They never saw much of God before until they saw God veiled in human flesh; there was too dazzling a splendor for them till the interposing medium of the manhood of Christ came in between them and the absolute Deity. It may be so." (51)

Theosophy: The Absolute being the source of everything, in the Theosophical Literature it is said that darkness is the source of light: If the absolute deity can be referred to as Darkness or the Dark Fire, the light, its first progeny, is truly the first self-conscious god.[8] between them and the absolute Deity. It may be so. (52)

Theosophy: The One Life is a central Theosophical concept, representing the one single source from which everything in the universe manifests. It is defined as "the Absolute Deity",[1] "formless and Uncreate [from which] proceeds the Universe of lives". [2] (53)

 

inner eye (third eye) and inner ear

Spurgeon: "Salvation is a spiritual thing. It belongs not to external sounds, nor to external impressions upon the eyes. There is an eye inside the eye, an ear far quicker than this organ of sense. It is with that inner eye that you must see God and with that inner ear that you must hear the voice of God saying unto your soul, “ I am your salvation." (54)

Theosophy: Then there is the Inner Awakening and we both hear and see the divine in all things and all things in the divine. For the inner eye has opened and the inner ear grown sensitive to the pulse beat and presence of the divine form in all creatures and in all things. (55)

 

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Notes

1.Caanan on Earth #58 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols1-3/chs58.pdf
2. https://blavatskytheosophy.com/the-zodiac-and-ourselves/
3. A Worthy Theme for Thought #2783 http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols46-48/chs2783.pdf
4. New Millennium Magic : A Complete System of Self-Realization (Llewellyn's High Magick Series) https://epdf.tips/new-millennium-magic-a-complete-system-of-self-realization-llewellyns-high-magic.html
5. The Followers of the Lamb #2324 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols37-39/chs2324.pdf
6.The Zodiac and Ourselves https://blavatskytheosophy.com/the-zodiac-and-ourselves/
7. Christ With the Keys of Death and Hell #894 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols13-15/chs894.pdf
8. Theosophy Cardiff http://www.theosophywales.org/theosophywales_perfect_way_1_cardiff_theosophical_
society_in_wales_uk_cf24-1dl.htm
9. And We Are: A Jewel From the Revised Version #1934
10. The Third Eye and the Pineal Gland
https://blavatskytheosophy.com/the-third-eye-and-the-pineal-gland/
11. A Song Among the Lilies #1190 http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols19-21/chs1190.pdf
12. Symbols of the Eternal Doctrine ttps://blavatskytheosophy.com/the-third-eye-and-the-pineal-gland/
13. Good Reasons for a Good Resolution #2543 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols43-45/chs2543.pdf
14. Shiva Virupaksha http://www.yogaesoteric.net/content.aspx?lang=EN&item=2132
15. No footnote
16. Why Men Cannot Believe in Christ #1245 http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols19-21/chs1245.pdf
17. Third Eye https://theosophy.wiki/en/Third_Eye
18. Assurance Sought #3546 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols61-63u/chs3546.pdf
19. Third Eye https://www.tokenrock.com/explain-third-eye-83.html
20. Victor Emmanuel, Emancipator #986 https://www.spurgeongems.org/chsbm17.pdf
21. Enlightened States http://enlightenedstates.com/index.php/2016/08/19/7-life-changing-benefits-of-opening-the-third-eye/
21a. Esoteric Healing - Chapter VIII - The Laws and Rules Enumerated and Applied http://www.energyenhancement.org/Alice-Bailey/bk/healing/heal1207.html
22. A Great Gospel for Great Sinners https://archive.spurgeon.org/sermons/1837.php #1837 https://archive.spurgeon.org/sermons/1837.php
23. The All-Seeing-Eye by Manly P. Hall http://manlyhall.org/all-seeing-eye/ase-vol-5-no-2-november-1930.pdf
24. Christ in the Everlasting Covenant #103
https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols1-3/chs103.pdf
25. Discipleship in the New Age Vol. 2 https://www.lucistrust.org/online_books/discipleship_in_the_new_age_vol_ii_obooks
/section_four_personal_instructions_disciples_part8
26. Independence of Christianity #149 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols1-3/chs149.pdf
27. Morals and Dogma http://www.sacred-texts.com/mas/md/md29.htm
28. A New Year's Benediction #3387 https://www.spurgeongems.org/chsbm60.pdf
29. H.P. Blavatsky, Isis 1, p. 428 http://www.katinkahesselink.net/metaphys/blavatsky-quotes.html
30. A New Year's Benediction #3387 https://www.spurgeongems.org/chsbm60.pdf
31. The Voudon Gnostic Workbook (Google Books) https://tinyurl.com/y8mnhvug
32. The Plague of the Heart #1489 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols25-27/chs1489.pdf
33. The Practice of Divine Presence http://www.helenablavatsky.org/2015/09/the-practice-of-divine-presence.html
34. Do Not Sin Against the Child #840 http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols13-15/chs840.pdf
35. The Ocean of Theosophy by William Q. Judge pg. 54 https://www.theosophytrust.org/Online_Books/The_Ocean_of_Theosophy_V1.5.pdf
36. His Name--The Everlasting Father #724 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols10-12/chs724.pdf
36a. Some Glimpses of Occultism C. W. Leadbeater 1.Caanan on Earth #58 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols1-3/chs58.pdf
37. A Blessed Gospel Chain #2895 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols49-51/chs2895.pdf
38. Gnosis of the Mind by G.R.S. Mead https://cdn.website-editor.net/e4d6563c50794969b714ab70457d9761/files/uploaded/GnosisOfTheMind_
39.(Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Vol 1, p. 1) http://www.katinkahesselink.net/other/blavatsky-numbers.html
40. The Multitude Before the Throne #3403https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols58-60/chs3403.pdf
41. A Pilgrimage Into Light: Discovering Islamic Theosophy https://www.theosophical.org/publications/quest-magazine/42-publications/quest-magazine/1485-a-pilgrimage-into-light-discovering-islamic-theosophy
42. The Multitude Before the Throne #3403https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols58-60/chs3403.pdfjhhh
43. The Key to the Universe pg. 57 (Google Books) https://tinyurl.com/ybp2l8d3
44. Fire--The Need of the Times #854 http://www.spurgeongems.org/vols13-15/chs854.pdf
45. The Complete Teachings of Wicca: Book Two: The Wicce
46. Eternal Life! #2396 https://www.spurgeongems.org/chsbm41.pdf
47. Great Breath https://theosophy.wiki/en/Great_Breath
48.Saving Faith #1162 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols19-21/chs1162.pdf
49. Hermetik International Mystery School: Sepher Yetzirah – Book of Formation https://www.hermetik-international.com/en/media-library/kabbalah/sepher-yetzirah-book-of-formation-saadia-version/
50. The Bhagavad Gita (scriptures of India) http://www.universaltheosophy.com/articles/johnston/the-bhagavad-gita/
51.Angelic Studies #933 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols16-18/chs933.pdf
52.Theosophy Wiki Darkness https://theosophy.wiki/en/Darkness
53. Theosophy Wiki One Life https://theosophy.wiki/en/One_Life
54. Assurance Sought #3546 https://www.spurgeongems.org/vols61-63u/chs3546.pdf
55. Theosophy, Volume 6 (Google Books) https://tinyurl.com/ycn6h9b5 https://www.anandgholap.net/Some_Glimpses_Of_Occultism-CWL.htm

 

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