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Charles Spurgeon: Prince of Pretenders

C. H. Spurgeon Marked His Sermons With  Luciferian Terms -- Page 7


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orb of Light (Freemasonry, Theosophy, witchcraft)

Spurgeon: "To the Christian, there are three—body, soul, and spirit. And as a body without a soul would be dead, naturally—so a man without a spirit, a man who has not had a spark struck off from the great orb of Light called God — is spiritually dead." (1)

Freemasonry: "The East has long been deemed the region of knowledge and enlightenment. Undoubtedly this idea sprang from the fact that it is in the East that the orb of light makes his appearance after the darkness of the night. In the East darkness, therefore, appears to take flight before the presence of light." (2)

Theosophy: "I also believe that as the human soul ranks among the number of those souls that sometimes follow the mundane divinities, in consequence of subsisting immediately after daemons and heroes the perpetual attendants of the gods, it possesses a power of descending infinitely into the sublunary region, and of ascending from thence to real being* That in consequence of this, the soul while an inhabitant of earth is in a fallen conditipa^ an apostate from deity, an exile from the orb of light." (3)

witchcraft: "Orb of power, orb of light ever peaceful, ever bright; Orb of light, orb of power, I conjure thee this sacred hour." (4)


the Deity (witchcraft, Theosophy, Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "The man or woman who, despite the teaching of Scripture, tries to pray without a Savior insults the Deity, and he who imagines that his own natural desires, coming up before God unsprinkled with the precious blood will be an acceptable sacrifice before God, makes a mistake!" (5)

witchcraft: "In most faiths, one worships the God or Gods of that faith; but in working magic, you may choose the deity or deities with whom you will work." (5a)

Theosophy: "Modern knowledge is not in a position to define, describe or expound the nature of that Law which is at once the Deity and the Universe – for the two are one." (6)

Freemasonry: "It is said that a Mason's Lodge rests on holy ground, in reference to a certain locality within the confines of Judea, which was consecrated by the presence of the Deity, and was, indeed, the place which he had chosen for his habitation to put his name there." (7)


spiritual freemasonry (Spurgeon uses holy grip, sacred passwords)

Spurgeon: "I pray that the members of this church may always act toward each other as brothers and sisters in Christ. I wish that among all the saints there might be a sort of spiritual Freemasonry so that whenever we might meet, we should recognize one another by the holy grip of Christian love. There are certain sacred passwords that are common to all the saints and I will defy the hypocrite or the worldling to pronounce them aright—but if he should be able to utter them with his lips—he can never really know their meaning in his heart." (8)

Freemasonry: "Shekinah, or Logos, 8 which our ancient Brethren, with all humility and reverence, have ventured to introduce into the system of spiritual Freemasonry ; that emanation of the Deity was the irresistible agent in the creation of the world." (9)


the Eternal Light (Kabbalah, Ancient Mystery Religion/Mithraism)

Spurgeon: "Happy is the man, having seen this same Jesus appointed to be the prophet of His people, de lights to sit at His feet and receive of His words, reason, affection, contemplation, and will—finding perfect rest in Him. He, with his eyes open, follows the All-Seeing One and with his mind illuminated. becomes a disciple of the Eternal Light." (10)

"With the appearance of the Light, the universe expanded, then the Eternal Light contracted and entered the void and poured its radiance into the center of the void. The center could not contain the Light and it shattered, and the light separated into tiny sparks or particles of light, which radiated outward in undulating waves of vibration. The light became concealed within these undulating waves which then unfolded into different forms and different worlds." (11)

Mithraism (mystery religion centered on the god Mithras): "As the soul traversed these different zones, it rid itself, as one would of garments, of the passions and faculties that it had received in its descent to the earth. It abandoned to the Moon its vital and nutritive energy, to Mercury its desires, to Venus its wicked appetites, to the Sun its intellectual capacities, to Mars its love of war, to Jupiter its ambitious dreams, to Saturn its inclinations. It was naked, stripped of every vice and every sensibility, when it penetrated the eighth heaven to enjoy there, as an essence supreme, and in the eternal light that bathed the gods, beatitude without end." (11a)

forces of the universe
(witchcraft, Kabbalah)

Spurgeon: "If God is your God, the chief thing is secured, and all the rest will be right. When we have God , we have all things. To be in order with the Most High is to be right with all the forces of the universe, both in nature and in providence. If the Lord is yours, all things are yours. existence. Is not this a sublime condition, even though it is seen in the common deeds of our everyday life?" (12)

witchcraft: "Shamans practice a form of magic as do many other tribal Wise men and women.  One thing that unites magic practitioners is some form of mental discipline and training. This training is what allows them to connect to the creative forces of the universe however they envision them." (13)

Kabbalah: "Hasidim is based on the Kabbalah but only recognizes one method of mysticism. This was surely done to protect the masses from experiences they, the uninitiated, were not ready for (like the forces of the universe that can cause insanity if not prepared for.)" (14)  


fire of prayer (Kabbalah)

Spurgeon: "And yet before the psalm that begins, “Have mercy upon me, O God,” can come to a conclusion, the psalmist has said, “O Lord, open You my lips, and my mouth shall show forth Your praise,” and he cannot pen the last word without beseeching the Lord to build the walls of Jerusalem , adding the promise, “then shall You be pleased with the sacrifices of righteousness, with burnt offering and whole burnt offering: then shall they of fer bullocks upon Your altar.” I need not stop to quote other instances, but it is almost always the case that David by the fire of prayer warms himself into praise." (15)

Kabbalah: "The soul's intention is not for itself but rather to raise the body from the earth. It must refine the body, like silver in the hand of the silversmith. Whatever possesses a greater degree of mixture must be refined and heated by a greater fire. So too the soul must refine the body from the evil inclination and bring it to its source as in the metaphor of the prince and the harlot. When the admixture of evil is abundant, the soul must separate the evil through a large and strong fire of prayer." (16) 

celestial fire
(4 Theosophical terms in this excerpt) (Theosophy, Alchemy)

Spurgeon: "He has implanted within us; that divine instructor, illuminator, comforter, remembrancer whom Jesus has sent forth to be our abiding guide and teacher, may be grieved! He whose divine energy is life to our souls, dew to our graces, light to our understandings, and comfort to our hearts, may be vexed by us. The heavenly dove may be disturbed; the celestial fire may be dampened; the divine wind may be resisted; the blessed Paraclete may be treated with despite." (17)

Theosophy: "The fiery aspiration of the disciple evokes the higher celestial fire, and the two blend in one, the holy fire, which shall thereafter illumine and enkindle that disciple's heart and life and every act." (18)

Alchemy: "According to Pernety, the purest grade of fire was the white Celestial Fire, or the fiery power of God’s will. He described it thus: “The Celestial Fire is very pure, simple and not burning in itself. It has for its sphere the ethereal region, whence it makes itself known even to us." (19) 


the divine wind (Kabbalah)

Spurgeon: "If the Lord Jesus Christ will, this morning, speak to the coldest heart in this assembly, it will glow with heavenly life! If the salvation of souls depended upon the preacher, nobody would be saved, but when the preacher’s Master comes with him—however feeble his utterance—the life flashes forth and the dead are raised! See how the dry bones come together! Behold how, at the coming of the divine wind they stand upon their feet an exceeding great army!" (20) 

Kabbalah: "Located directly above the black and blue light is a steady yellow glow in the center of the flame; this section is called the ruach, the divine wind, breath, or spirit. Separate from the nefesh, the ruach has the ability to stand outside all of the inner and outer turbulance with a degree of calm or stability. The ruach state of consciousness can be compared to the eye of the hurricane, which stays calm amid the turbulent winds." (21)


divine energy devils/evil spirits (Used in Freemasonry, Hinduism, Islam, Theosophy, Witchcraft, Shamanism, the Kabbalah, Taoism, etc.)

Synonyms for divine energy: Universal Life Force, vital force, healing force, elemental energy, Aka, Prana, Chi/Qi/Ki, psychic healing, biofield, Kundalini, Spirit Energy, Magic, Mana, Orgone, animal magnetism, paraelectricity

Spurgeon: "The force which draws us home lies in the word, “I will.” Jesus Christ, our most true God, veiled in human form, bows His knee and prays, and throws His divine energy into the prayer for the bringing home of His redeemed. This one irresistible, everlastingly almighty prayer carries everything before it. “Father, I will that they also, whom You have given Me, be with Me where I am,” is the centripetal energy which is drawing all the family of God towards its one home." (22)

Freemasonry: "Egyptian Initiates was the emblem of Osiris, the Creator. With the YO_D in the centre, it has the kabalistic meaning of the Divine Energy, manifested as Light, creating the Universe." (22a)

Hinduism: Kundalini (Sanskrit: कुण्डलिनी kuṇḍalinī, "coiled snake") in Hinduism is a form of divine energy (or shakti) believed to be located at the base of the spine (muladhara).(22b)

Islam: "During the process of ablution the hands are used to convey the water to each other limb and organ, thereby functioning as a dispenser of that divine energy. As the limbs and organs are washed in ablution, each undergoes similar spiritual alterations based on the water, the hands and their energy, and the various movements and recitations that are part of the ablution. For the believer to benefit from the water, it must be pure and clean, otherwise its secret blessings do not reach the body." (22c)

Kabbalah: "A True Master will be known by his vast and magnetic aura that looks like the sun, and by his simple, direct and down-to-earth way. His words touch the heart because they emanate from one who serves thousands of lives as the conduit of the Divine energy. He is the Word Made Flesh, and the heavenly force is transmitted through his very presence." (23)

Magic/witchcraft: "Through lectures and her many books, Ms. Valiente became the chief proselytizer of the white witch movement, which espouses use of magic, defined as Divine energy, for beneficial purposes." (23a)

Witchcraft: Witches believe in the male and female energies of universal being or divine energy – hence the worship of the god and goddess. (23b)

Shamanic Healing: "During Shamanic Healing sessions, I act as a conduit for divine energy." (23c)

Taoism: "The vital energy circulates through the “energy channels” (ching mai) of the body and can be further transmuted into the “divine energy” (shen) if meditation is practiced earnestly and properly." (23d)


The Great Spirit
(Shamanism, Theosophy, witchcraft, American Indian Freemasonry, Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "A second argument arises from the fact that the Holy Ghost has actually made different appearances on earth. The Great Spirit has manifested Himself to man, He has put on a form so that while He has not been beheld by mortal men, He has been so veiled in appearance that He was seen, so far as that appearance was concerned, by the eyes of all beholders." (24)

Shamanism: "Indian spirituality centers on a collection of beliefs shared by most tribes, with variations in details, rituals and ceremonies. Distinctions are often made, for example, between the Plains Indians of the Midwest, the Pueblo Indians of the Southwest, and the Northern Woodland Tribes. Yet almost all tribes practice a modified monotheism — belief in the Great Spirit alongside an animistic belief in individual spirits residing in animals and forces of nature, none of which are seen as higher than the Great Spirit." (25)

Theosophy: "The Pymander instructed Hermes Trismegistus that "God is not Light but the Cause of Light." The Algonquians carried this idea one step further in speaking of the Great Spirit whose potency is the breath of life and whose descent is "the light which reveals creation". As the Spirit of Light He shows himself in the visible sun which is "the eye of the Great Spirit.'" (25a)

witchcraft (chant): "When I awake in the morning, Great Spirit, And I take a breath of morning air, I look toward the sky, searching the morning light For your face" (25b)

American Indian Freemasonry: "The time was midwinter in the moon of Nis-ko-wuk-ni, the appointed time when the great Thanksgiving of the Senecas takes place in a nine day celebration. During this season of gratitude to the Great Spirit the various fraternities and ceremonial associations hold sessions and a few of them give public exhibitions. Not so, however, with one whose work is all in secret, and into whose chamber only those purified and loyal are admitted." (25c)

Freemasonry: ""This being done, the 'Great Medicine' rubs the body mysterious signs, and repeating a batch of words, or sounds, the meaning of which is unknown, to any one, posed to be dictated by the 'Great Spirit." (25d)

Divine Lord and Master

Spurgeon: "The apostle Peter wrote his first Epistle to a persecuted people, many of whom were in great heaviness through manifold trials. The sufferings of the early Christians are something terrible even to think upon; the world has scarcely ever beheld more relentless cruelty than that which pursued the first servants of our Divine Lord and Master." (26)

Kabbalah: "Said Rabbi Simeon: "In the words, 'Abraham went down into Egypt,' and 'Abraham went up in Egypt,' is contained an occult reference to the mysteries of the Hidden Wisdom, for though Abraham descended into Egypt to be initiated into the occult science of that country, yet he suffered himself not to be seduced and deluded thereby, but remained faithful and steadfast in the faith and worship of his divine lord and master." (27)

Invisible Jehovah 

Spurgeon: "Now, the great invisible Jehovah, the one God that made heaven and earth, in whose hands our breath is, who has revealed Himself in the Trinity of His divine persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit—the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Jacob—the God of the whole earth, must be God to us!" (28) 

Freemasonry: “In the first degree of Scotch knighthood the adept is informed, that he has been elevated to the dignity of high priest. He receives a sort of benediction in the name of the immortal and invisible Jehovah, and in future it is under that title that he is to adore the Deity, because the signification of Jehov AH is far more expressive than that of AdoNAI. “In this first degree he receives the masonic science only as descending from Solomon and Hiram, and revived by the Knights Templars." (29)

the divine Christ

Spurgeon: "Observe that Christ’s power to bless lay mainly in the fact of His Deity . That humble, weary, way- worn man was the Son of the Highest. Because He was still very God of very God, His will was omnipotent. He but spoke to fever or leprosy, and they went at His bidding, even as the centurion put it, “I am a man under authority, and I say unto this man, Go, and he goes, and to my servant, Do this, and he does it.” Even so, the divine Christ did but will it, and diseases fled at His bidding. He is not less divine today. At this hour He cries, “Look unto Me and be you saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.” (30) 

Theosophy: "The divine Christ in the human heart can be expressed in many different departments of human living--in politics, in the arts, in economic expression and in true social living, in science and in religion. It might be wise here to remember that the only time it is recorded that Christ (as an adult) visited the Temple of the Jews, He created a disturbance! Humanity is passing from glory to glory and, in the long panorama of history, this is strikingly observable." (31) 


divine life (Hinduism, Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "Some suppose that even if divine grace begins the work, we must at least carry it on. It cannot be denied that the living child of God has power, but it must not be forgotten that the power of the living child of God is not in himself, but in his Heavenly Father. For it is as true of him as of any sinner—“dead in trespasses and sins” that, without Christ, he can do nothing. The living child of God is still as powerless as the dead sinner apart from the constant indwelling of the Holy Spirit, and the constant inflowing of the divine life into his soul." (32)

Hindu Swami:  "Every attempt to cultivate divine virtues, selfelessness, straight-forwardness, courage, serenity, generosity, mercy and self-restraint- this in reality is Divine life or life in God . . . Identify yourself with the all-pervading immortal blissful Atman and rest peacefully in Brahman." (33) 

Theosophy: "The mystic is one who lives ever in the consciousness of his divinity. He senses intuitively the divine life in all things. He sees within the outer, which is fleeting and perishable, an inner which is imperishable and eternal." The Path of the Mystic

heavenly beings

Spurgeon: "Tarry here just a minute to remember that the angels also are, according to your measure and degree, at your call. You have but to pray to God and angels shall bear you up in their hands lest you dash your foot against a stone. We do not think enough of these heavenly beings, yet they are all ministering spirits sent forth to minister to those that are heirs of salvation." (34)

Ascended Masters Occult/New Age teaching: "The many beings in heaven who did not fall, and vowed to help mankind find their way home through Christ-consciousness. These heavenly beings are the angels, archangels, seraphim, cherubim, cosmic beings, and elohim of God. Some of these beings, and many, many angels chose to incarnate on earth to rescue the souls of their brothers and sisters who had become mesmerized by the fallen ones and lost their way." (35)


holy beings
(Kabbalah, witchcraft)

Spurgeon refers to angels as holy beings: "The devil does not know as much as he thinks he knows, even now; and, often, he is outwitted by a simple-hearted child of God, who knows how to believe in God, and is brave enough to do the right thing. Neither men, nor prophets, nor angels, nor devils know all about the gospel yet. They need still to go on studying, and meditating, and contemplating, as the holy beings before the throne of God are doing: ‘which things the angels desire to look into.' " (36)

Spurgeon refers to saints in heaven as holy beings: "Our blessed Lord delights in fellowship; such is the greatness of His heart that He would not be alone in His glory, but would have associates in His happiness. Now, I speak with bated breath. God can do all things, but I see not any way by which He could give to His only-begotten Son beings that should be akin to Him except through the processes which we discover in the economy of divine grace. Here are beings that know evil, and know also good; here are beings placed under infinite obligations by bonds of love and gratitude to choose forever the good; here are beings with a nature so renewed that they always must be holy beings—and these beings can commune with the incarnate God upon suffering as angels cannot!" (37)

Kabbalah: "We come to learn in life that it is not the size of our home or bank accounts that matter, but rather the size of our hearts. It is the path of love that leads us to evolve into holy beings. In the moments we choose love, we begin to ascend on the vertical path and take steps to higher ground." (37a)

witchcraft: . A Ukrainian word for “witch” is synonymous with“snake.” This may be understood as the stealthy dangerous snake in the grass or as a mysterious, powerful, holy being, however you choose. (37b)


spiritual beings (Theosophy)

Spurgeon: "Wherever we are, we must come into contact with the unseen powers either for good or evil. Go where we may, we cannot shut ourselves away from them. If we could take the wings of the morning and fly to the uttermost parts of the earth, spiritual beings would still be all around us there. Doubtless there are m any invisible spirits, good or evil, in our midst at this moment, and when we go forth to our homes, or tomorrow go to our business or other duties, they will still attend us—the evil spirits seeking to lead our souls astray and the holy angels carrying out their sacred commission—'to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation.' "(38)

Theosophy: "The constitution of the sun, just like that of a man, is built of monads, of atom-souls, which are pilgrims on the pathways of the spaces of Space, each one at its heart a god. Consequently, when our sun in distant cosmic times shall have become something still more wondrous, the atom-souls and monads which make up its vehicles now — and which form in part even the physical splendor that we see — will have become suns. Our present sun by then will be the divine essence infilling a galactic universe; and its atom-souls, and the younger gods and spiritual beings now belonging to and surrounding it, will be scattered through that universe as stars and suns, nebulae and planets." (39)

as proud as Lucifer
(The phrase, "as proud as Lucifer" is in the Cambridge English dictionary and was used by Helena P. Blavatsky, a Luciferian. Spurgeon used this expression several times in his sermons.)

"Some times my feelings say to me, “You are no child of God,” and then I begin to pray, and so I know that my feelings have deceived me. Another time they say to me, “Oh, you are a child of God that is certain! ” And then I get as proud as Lucifer—and that a child of God should never be! What is the good of looking to your feelings a tall? Walk by faith! Believe the gospel! Cling to God’s promises! " (40)

Theosophy: "The younger woman struggled against an embarrassing compulsion to bend down and kiss this strange, fascinating creature whom she had barely met. Surprised by her own susceptibility, she controlled herself and made her conven- tional adieux; H.P.B., observing the byplay, was well satis- fied. Later, their swift intimacy established, they were talking over that first meeting and H.P.B. laughed reminiscently. “Child,” she said, 'your pride is terrible; you are as proud as Lucifer himself.' " (41) 


bright beings (Theosophy/Luciferianism, witchcraft)

Spurgeon: "Those bright beings—Lucifer, son of the morning and those stars that walked in his train—if they had been washed in His redeeming blood; if they had been saved by sovereign mercy, what a song would they have lifted up to the Most High and everlasting God!" (42)

Luciferian writings: "A great battle ensued, Etheric and Astral bodies were devoured and torn from aggressive attacks. The Seraphim which sought the throne of God gave all under the flag of Lucifer. Nothing would stand in the way of individual freedom and the light of Godhood; nothing is the basis for destruction and the beginning of creation. The Morning Star was rising, Angelic hosts feared these bright beings." (43) 

Theosophy: "Here we constantly find the Asuras fighting against the De vas. Deva, as you remember, was the common Aryan name for gods, as the bright beings of nature. But while Asura became the name of the highest deity in the Avesta, namely Ahuramazda or Orrnazd, deva occurs in the Avesta always in a bad sense, as the name of evil spirits." (44)

witchcraft: "After this time a great change took place in the mode of living of the inhabitants of the castle. Those two bright beings, Folko and Gabrielle, spent most part of the day in their apartments, and when they appeared below, their intercourse with Biorn and Sintram was marked by a grave dignified reserve on their part and by humility mixed with fear on that of their hosts." (45)


the Great Teacher (Freemasonry, Buddhism, Order of the Golden Dawn, Confucianism)

Spurgeon: One man is called by the voice of Jesus, and then another. The house in which they dwell is consecrated by the Lord’s presence, and by-and-by, the whole city is stirred from end to end with the name and fame of the Great Teacher. (46)

Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: The Elemental Cross has to reach its utmost limits of expansion in the present world and at the same time have each arm in perfect balance with the others. The macrocosmic Mother of Sorrows and the Great Teacher on either side of the World-Soul on the Elemental Cross make up this great glyph. (47)

Buddhism: "The Great Teacher, Supreme Buddha, has taught the beautiful Dhamma out of limitless compassion for all the beings. All the teachings taught by the Buddha are known as the message of the Great Teacher."  (48)

Confucianism: "- Confucius, the Great Teacher by George Gardiner Alexander."


Jehovah's Ego (Gnosticism; This is a humanistic term and is only used in reference to mankind.)

Spurgeon: "Beloved, I will read this sentence over again: “A new heart also will I give you.” And I would call your attention to the style of the language. It is, “I will,” and yet again, “I will.” Jehovah’s Ego is the great word. It is not “I will, if,” or, “I will, perhaps,” or, “I will upon certain conditions,” but— “I will give.” He speaks in a God-like tone; it is royal language, the very words of Him who of old said, “Light be,” and light was!"  (49)

Gnosticism: "So, according to that same system. Sophia regretting the fact that her hallucination had created all these myriad aeons, guarded over by archons, and guarded over by people who guarded this (harmony) this mind-creation, sent an avion, or messenger, or Caller-of-The-Great-Call, into the garden of Jehovah to tip Adam and Eve off that they were prisoners of Jehovah’s ego. And that messenger was the Serpent, according to that particular, that specific, Gnostic system." (50)

ethereal fire (Alchemy, Freemasonry)

Spurgeon: "Have I not seen my Father’s face here below? Yes, I have, “through a glass darkly.” But has not the Christian sometimes beheld Him, when in his heavenly moments earth is gone and the mind is stripped of matter? There are some seasons when the gross materialism dies away and when the ethereal fire within blazes up so high that it almost touches the fire of heaven!" (51)

Alchemy: "In the alchemy of the late Renaissance, electricity was considered the 'ethereal fire' or the 'quintessential fire' (Benz 1989 x), and it became the primary image for the presence of divine power in the world." (52) 

Freemasonry: Thus the whole system of the Universe was displayed in all its parts to the eyes of the Initiate; and the symbolic cave which represented it was adorned and clothed with all the attributes of that Universe. To this world so organized, endowed with a double force, active and passive, divided between light and darkness, moved by a living and intelligent Force, governed by Genii or Angels who preside over its different parts, and whose nature and character are more lofty or low in proportion as they possess a greater or less portion of dark matter,--to this world descends the soul, emanation of the ethereal fire, and exiled from the luminous region above the world. (53)


ethereal spirit  (Alchemy, Theosophy --divine aura)

Spurgeon: "The fabric of which this world is made is ever passing away, like a stream of water, drops are running away and others are following after, keeping the river still full, but always changing in its elements. But God is perpetually the same. He is not composed of any substance or material, but is Spirit — pure, essential, and ethereal spirit — and therefore He is immutable." (54)

Alchemy: "The world is a living spiritual being. This was understood by the ancient philosophers and the alchemists who referred to the spiritual essence of the world as the anima mundi, the “Soul of the World.” They regarded the World Soul as a pure ethereal spirit diffused throughout all nature, the divine essence that embraces and energizes all life in the universe." (55)

Theosophy: "They held that all things visible and invisible were produced by 'the contention of light with darkness. The grossness and denseness in matter is due to its contain-‘ ing little of the divine light. But every object contains also in it a possible deposit of light, which will eventually and inevitably be liberated from the dark, dead substance. Unseen and unsuspected, there is shut up there an inner magnetism, an ethereal spirit, a divine aura, a possible eager fire." (56)


illuminated eye Third Eye (Hinduism)

Spurgeon: "A third point of likeness strikes us at once. It seems that the elders sitting around the throne were represented to the illuminated eye of John as “ clothed in white raiment." (57)

Hinduism: "Besides the conceptions of the Avatara and the Vidhuti, the notion that most serves to illustrate the philosophy of history in the Bhagavadgita is the Visvarupa. The Visvarupa is considered by many commentators to be a great theophany. It is regarded as a mystical deep vision capable of being seen and realized by the illuminated eye of the seer and the devotee." (58)


illumined eye  Third Eye (Theosophy, Buddhism)

Spurgeon: I suppose that the blind beggar of the temple hardly valued sight, for he had been blind from his birth. Those who have seen must greatly miss the light of day, but those who have never possessed sight at all can hardly have an idea of what that sense must be, and therefore it cannot be so great a depri va-ion to them. The person I am searching for at this time has no idea of the joy of true religion, for he has no sense of spiritual life and light; he has never seen as yet, and therefore he does not know his own misery in being blind. He has been blind from birth , and in all probability he is content to be so, for he does not know the delight which waits upon heaven-illumined eye. (59)

Theosophy: emanating from Gemini, and to each other through Scorpio. This produces in them the capacity to respond to test, to a sense of the vision (through the illumined eye of Taurus) and to use their power of individuality through a developed personality and through the potency of Leo. (60)

Buddhism: "A room of jewels the king of Anga keeps, And great the wealth owned by the lord of Magadha ; But in that country the living Buddha Obtains admiration great as Himavat. See the Teacher like the radiant sun, As a lovely full-blown lotus, As the sweet scent of the open Karnika (donJca), Like the sun shining brightly in the sky ! Wisdom is the Tathagata s might ; See how as a beacon in the night Now flashes his illumined eye, Dispelling the darkness in those around him!" (F.558 b .)  (61)

the spiritual Jesus (Gnosticism, Quakers)

Spurgeon: "Meditation and contemplation are often like windows of agate, and gates of carbuncle, through which we see the Redeemer. Meditation puts the telescope to the eye, and enables us to see Jesus after a better sort than we could have seen Him if we had lived in the days of His flesh; for now we see not only Jesus in the flesh, but the spiritual Jesus; we see the Spirit of Jesus , the core and essence of Jesus, the very soul of the Savior." (62)

Gnosticism: "All of 1 Corinthians 15 is docetic. He comes right out and says that Christ is only spiritual, not flesh, and that certain bodies are composed of material substance, and other are composed of ethereal substance. Then he concludes that “flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God”, which would match up with the sentiments expressed by Plato and many Gnostic groups in their elevation of the incorruptible spirit over the corruptible flesh. The Gnostic sects originally only knew of an astral or spiritual Jesus Christ rather then a literal, flesh and blood one." (63)

Quakers: "Just as the Jews with the scriptures missed Jesus, so has the vast majority of Christendom missed the spiritual Jesus, who is in every man that comes into the world, waiting to be sought, listened to, heard, and obeyed." (64) 



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1.The Spiritual Resurrection #2554
3. Theosophical Siftings
5. The Throne of Grace
7. Historical Landmarks of Freemasonry Explained
8. #3300 Titles of Honor
9. Historical Landmarks of Freemasonry Explained
10. The Choice of a Leader No. 1248
11. Kabbalahblog archive
12. Sermon #2116 The Unchanging God Cheering Jacob in His Change of Dwelling Place
13. Magic: The Creative and Destructive Forces of the Universe
15. Prayer Perfumed With Praise
16. Kabbalah Online
17. Grieve Not the Holy Spirit Sermon #738
18. The Theosophical Quarterly Volumes 17-18  1919 edited by Clement Acton Griscom pg pg. 226
19. Secret Fire of the Alchemists
20.The Power of His Ressurrection #2080
22. Sermon 1892 Why They Leave Us
22a. Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike
23a. Through lectures and her many books, Ms. Valiente became the chief proselytizer of the white witch movement, which espouses use of magic, defined as Divine energy, for beneficial purposes.
23b. Witches believe in the male and female energies of universal being or divine energy – hence the worship of the god and goddess.
24. The Personality of the Holy Spirit
25a. (Light Theosophy Trust
25c. Indian Freemasonry
25d. The History of Freemasonry and Masonic Digest Vol. 1 by By J. W. S. Mitchell
26. Angelic Interest in the Gospel
27. Kabbalistic Cosmology
28. #1807 A Call to the Lord's Own Flock
29.Free Masonry: Its Pretensions Exposed in Faithful Extracts of Its Standard Authors; with a Review of Town's Speculative Masonry; Its Liability to Pervert the Doctrines of Revealed Religion, Discovered in the Spirit of Its Doctrines, and in the Application of Its Emblems: Its Dangerous Tendency Exhibited in Extracts from the Abbé Barruel and Professor Robison, and Further Illustrated in Its Base Service to the Illuminati 1828
30. #1640 The Touch
32. 2833 Lessons on Divine Grace
33. Divine Life Society 33a.
34. Jesus Declining the Legions
35. Ascended Master Index
36.#2697 Angelic Interest in the Gospel
37. #1043 Glorious Predestination
38. #3212 A Command and a Promise
42. #233 Free Grace
46.The Best House Visitation
49. Covenant Blessings
51. The Hope of Future Bilss
52. Dark Light: The Appearance of Death in Everyday Life
53. Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike
54. The Immutability of God #1
55. The Golden Sufi Center
56. The Theosophist - Volume 1 - Page 110
57. #441 The Elders Before the Throne
58. Studies in Hindu Political Thought and Its Metaphysical Foundations
59.The Blind Beggar of the Temple and His Wonderful Cure
60. (EA 162) From Esoteric Astrology by Alice Bailey
(61) The Life of Buddha and the early history of his order
62. #752 The King in His Beauty


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