The most elevated type of clairvoyance which exists in the universe is consciousness. All of the Avatars or messengers from the superior worlds have been supra-conscious clairvoyants. Hermes Trismegistus, Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus Christ etc., were supra-conscious beings, messengers from the superior worlds, initiators of new eras of historical evolution.

Imagination, inspiration, intuition are the three obligatory paths of initiation. We are going to examine each one of these levels separately.

Let us begin with Imagination.

For the wise, to imagine is to see. Imagination is the translucence of the Soul.

The important thing is to learn to concentrate thought in one single thing. He who learns to concentrate thought upon one single thing does marvels and prodigies.

The disciple who wishes to attain imaginative knowledge must learn to concentrate and to know how to meditate profoundly.

The best exercise for attaining imaginative knowledge is the following:

Sit in front of a plant and concentrate upon it until everything else which is not related to the plant is forgotten. Then closing the eyes we doze, maintaining in our imagination the form and shape of the plant, its structure, its perfume and its colour.

The disciple will imagine the living cells of the plant. The disciple must provoke sleep during these practices. Sleeping, the disciple will meditate profoundly upon the internal constitution of the plant; it possessing protoplasm, membrane and nucleus. The protoplasm is a viscous, transparent and elastic substance, very similar to the white of an egg (albuminous matter). The disciple, sleeping, must reflect upon the four fundamental elements of the protoplasm of the vegetable cell. These four elements are: carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen.

The membrane is a marvellous substance without colour which is to tally insoluble in water. This substance is the well-known cellulose.

Being well concentrated, the disciple will imagine the nucleus of the cell as a small corpuscle where the great universal life palpitates. Within the nucleus is the nuclear filament, the nuclear substance, and all of the nucleolus are enclosed within the nuclear membrane. The nucleolus are corpuscles full of infinite brilliance and beauty, residual products of the incessant reactions of the vegetable organism.

The disciple being deeply concentrated, must imagine with logical exactitude all of those mineral substances and organic combinations which harmoniously develop in the cellular protoplasm of the plant. To think of the grains of starch, and the marvellous chlorophyll without which it would be impossible to attain perfect organic synthesis. Chlorophyll comes in a granulated form (Chloroleucite) of a very beautiful yellow colour (xanthophyll). The latter takes on that beautiful plant green colour with the rays of the sun. Every plant is a perfect cellular community of incalculable perfection. The student must meditate upon the perfection of the plant and upon all of its scientific processes, being filled with a mystic beatitude, and enchanted with such beauty.

The mystic is ecstatic upon recalling all of the phenomena of nutrition, relation and reproduction of each plant cell.

Let us look at the chalice of a flower; its sexual organs are there. There we find the pollen, the masculine reproductive element. The pistil, or gineceo, the most precious feminine organ is there with its ovary, style and stigma.

The ovary is a sac filled with marvellous ova. With respect to the stamen, the pistil can occupy different positions; insertion from beneath the ovary, around the ovary, or above it.

Fecundation can be realised with the function of the feminine germs and the masculine gametes. The masculine gamete, the pollen, after leaving the anther then reaches the ovary of the plant where the ovum, the feminine gamete anxiously awaits it.

The seed is the precious and enchanting ovum, which after having been fecundated, is transformed and grows. The student will now recall in meditation that period, when it shoots as a delicate stem. He will imagine it slowly growing, until he sees with the imagination that it puts out branches, leaves and flowers. Remember that everything that is born must die. Imagine now the process of death of the plant; its flowers fade, its leaves wither and the wind carries them away, until finally only a few dry twigs remain.

This process of birth and death is marvelous. By meditating upon that whole process of the birth and death of a plant, by meditating upon the whole marvel of vegetable life, if the concentration is per fect and if deep sleep is attained, then the chakras of the Astral Body rotate, unfold, develop.

Meditation must be correct. The mind must be exact. Logical thought and exact concept are needed so that the internal senses develop in an absolutely perfect manner.

All incoherence, all lack of logic and of mortal equilibrium obstructs and damages the evolution and progress of the chakras, disks, or lotus flowers of the Astral Body. The student needs much patience, will, tenacit and absolute conscious faith. One day, in the midst of sleep a distant image will arise during the meditation, a vista of nature, a face, etc. This is the signal that one is progressing. Little by little the student elevates his imaginative knowledge. Little by little, the student will draw back the Veil of Isis. One day the plant upon which one is meditating will disappear to be replaced by a beautiful child. That child is the el emental of the plant, the Soul of the plant.

Later, during sleep, one's consciousness will awaken, and one is then able to say; 'T am in the Astral Body". The consciousness awakens little by little. The moment arrives on this Path when the disciple has acquired continuous consciousness.

Once the student enjoys continuous consciousness, he no longer dreams, he is unable to dream because his consciousness is awakened. Then, even when his body is sleeping, he moves consciously in the superior worlds.

Meditation which is exact awakens the internal senses and produces a total transformation of the internal bodies. He who awakens conscious ness has attained imaginative knowledge. He moves in the world of sym bolic images.

Those images which were previously seen when one dreamt, are now seen without dreaming. Before they were seen in the sleeping conscious ness, now one moves amongst them with consciousness in a state of wakefulness, even though the physical body maybe deeply asleep. Upon attaining imaginative knowledge, the student sees the symbols but does not understand them. He understands that the whole of nature is a living scripture that he does not understand. He needs to elevate himself to inspired knowledge in order to interpret the sacred symbols of Great Nature.

Inspiration now we will study inspiration

Inspired knowledge confers upon us the power to interpret the symbols of Great Nature. The interpretation of symbols is very delicate. Many clairvoyants become homicidal or commit the crime of public calumny becauseof not knowing how to interpret symbols.

Symbols must be coldly analysed without superstition, malice, suspicion, pride, vanity, fanaticism, prejudice, preconceptions, abhorrence, envy, avarice, jealousy etc. All defects are the "I", the Myself, the reincarnating ego.

When the "I" intervenes, translating, interpreting symbols, then the meaning of the sacred script is altered and the clairvoyant commits the crime which can lead him to prison.

Interpretation must be tremendously analytical, highly scientific, and essentially mystical. One must learn to see and to interpret in the ab sence of the "I", the Myself.

It may seem strange to many mystics that we, the brethren of the Universal Gnostic Movement, speak of divine clairvoyance on the one hand, and of the penal code on the other. They who think in this manner con sider spirituality to be something apart, which does not have a relation ship with daily life. These persons do wrong; they are mistaken, ignore the fact that what every Soul is in the superior worlds is the exact result of the daily life which we all live in this vale of tears.

If our words, thoughts and acts are not just, then the result appears in the internal worlds and the Law comes down upon us.

Law is Law; ignorance of the Law does not exclude its fulfilment. The worst sin is ignorance. To teach him who does not know is an act of mercy. All the tremendous responsibility of the Law weighs upon those who are clairvoyant.

One must know how to interpret the symbols of Great Nature in the complete absence of the "I". However, self-criticism must be increased, because when the "I" of the clairvoyant believes that it knows much, then one feels oneself to be infallible, omniscient, wise, and even considers that one sees and interprets in the absence of the "I". This type of clairvoyance greatly strengthens the "I", which ends up creating terribly perverse demons. When a clairvoyant of this type sees his own internal God, he then interprets the vision in accordance with his own tenebrous criteria, and exclaims: "I am doing very well."

One must know how to interpret with a basis in the Law of Philosophical Analogies and the Law of Correspondences of the numeric Kabalah. We recommend the "Mystical Qabalah" of Dion Fortune. This book is marvellous. Study it.

He who has hatred, resentment, jealousy, envy, pride etc., will not attain the elevation to even the second level, called inspired knowledge. When we rise to inspired knowledge we understand and comprehend that the accidental accumulation of objects does not exist. All of the phenomena of nature and all objects are really intimately organically linked to each other. They internally depend upon each other and mutually condition each other. Really, no phenomenon of nature may be integrally understood if we consider it in isolation.

Everything is in incessant movement, everything changes, nothing is still. An internal struggle exists within every object. The object is both positive and negative at the same time. Quantitative becomes qualitative. Evolution is a process of complication of energy. Inspired knowledge allows us to know the interrelation between that which is, that which has been, and will be.

Matter is none other than condensed energy. The infinite modifications of energy are absolutely unknown both to historical materialism and to dialectic materialism.

Energy is equal to mass multiplied by the velocity of light, squared. We Gnostics separate ourselves from the antithetical struggle which exists between metaphysics and dialectic materialism. These are the two poles of ignorance, the two antitheses of error.

We take another path. We are Gnostic. We look at life as a complete whole. An object is a point in space which serves as a vehicle to determined sums of values.

Inspired knowledge allows us to study the intimate relationship existing between the forms and values of Great Nature.

Dialectic materialism does not know the values, only studies the object. Metaphysics does not know the values, neither knows the object.

We Gnostics distance ourselves from the two antitheses of ignorance; we study man and nature integrally.

Life is all energy, both determined and determining. Life is subject and object at the same time.

The disciple who wishes to attain inspired knowledge should concen trate profoundly upon music. The "Magic Flute" of Mozart reminds us of an Egyptian Initiation. The Nine Symphonies of Beethoven and many other great classical compositions elevate us to the superior worlds.

The disciple, deeply concentrated upon the music, will observe himself in it, like a bee in honey, the product of all his work.

When the disciple has attained inspired knowledge, he must then pre pare himself for intuitive knowledge.


The world of intuition is the world of mathematics. The student who wishes to elevate himself to the world of intuition must be mathematical, or at least have a notion of arithmetic. Mathematical formulae con fer intuitive knowledge.

The student should concentrate upon a mathematical formula and meditate profoundly upon it. Later, to empty the mind, to put it in a totally blank state, and then to wait until our internal Being teaches us the con tent of the concept enclosed in the mathematical formula. For example, before Kepler publicly pronounced his famous principle, that "the periods of revolution of the planets around the Sun squared, are equal to the cubes of their distances", the formula already existed,was contained within the solar system, even though the learned men did not know it.

The student can mentally concentrate in this formula, empty the mind, doze with the mind in a blank state and wait for his own internal Being to reveal all of the marvellous secrets contained in the formula of Kepler.

Newton's formula concerning universal gravitation can also serve us as an exercise in Initiation. This formula is the following: "Bodies are attracted to each other in a direct relationship with their mass and in an inverse relationship to the square of their distances."

If the student practices with tenacity and supreme patience, his own internal Being will teach or instruct him in the work. Then he will study at the feet of the Master, will be elevated to intuitive knowledge. Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition are the three

obligatory Paths of Initiation. He who has ascended the three steps of direct knowledge has attained supra-consciousness.

In the World of Intuition we only find omniscience. The World of Intuition is the world of the Being, is the world of the Intimus.

The "I", the Myself, the ego cannot enter that world. The World of Intuition is the Universal Spirit of Life.

The World of Imaginative Knowledge is a world of symbolic images. Inspiration confers upon us the power to interpret symbols.

In the World of Intuition we see the great cosmic theatre, and we are the spectators. We are present at the great drama of life.

In that World, all of the drama which is represented on the cosmic stage reduces to tremendous arithmetical operations. That is the amphitheatre of cosmic science.

From that region of mathematics we see that there exists physical mass which is above and below the limits of external sensorial perception. It is mass which is invisible; it is only perceived with clairvoyance.

Matter is condensed energy. When the vibration is very slow, the mass is beneath the limits of external sensorial perception. When the vibratory movement is very fast, the mass is above the limits of external sensory perception. With a telescope it is only possible for us to see worlds whose level of vibration is active within the limits of external sensory perception. Above and below the limits of external sensory perception, there exist worlds, solar systems, and constellations which are populated by living beings of all kinds.

So-called matter is energy which condenses into infinite forms of mass. The external senses of perception are able to perceive very little.

Dialectic materialism and metaphysics are now out of date and antiquated.

We the Gnostic brethren proceed along a different path.

It is urgent for the men of science to study the treatise of occult science by Doctor Rudolph Steiner, the great Hungarian medical doctor born in 1861. He was a friend and disciple of Nietzsche and of Ernst Haeckel, founder of the Anthropological Society.

It is indispensable that they who are lovers of science deeply investigate all of the portentous Oriental wisdom flowing like a river of gold from the immortal pages of the Secret Doctrine.

This work consists of six volumes and is a monument of archaic wisdom.

The great Master H.P.B. is the brilliant author of that precious treasure of ancient wisdom.

Those who attain supra-consciousness, become true illuminated clairvoyants. No authentic clairvoyant boasts about his faculties.

No legitimate clairvoyant says that he is clairvoyant.

When a true clairvoyant sees something important, he presents his concept with great culture and with supreme respect for his fellowman. He never says: 'I am seeing." He always says: "We regard", "We have learnt." Such are they who have reached the ineffable summits of supra-consciousness; they are distinguished by their thivalry humility and modesty.

Read "Kundalini Yoga" of Sivananda. Meditate upon the blessed White Lodge. Scrutinise Gnostic treasures. Meditate uponthe profound symbolism contained in each one of the Arcana of the Tarot.

They who attain the heights of supra-consciousness enter the amphitheatre of Cosmic Science.

The triple path of science, philosophy, and revolutionary cosmic mysticism, leads us to the ineffable regions of the Great Light.

Gnosis is highly scientific, highly philosophical, and transcendentally mystical. Note:

This chapter is a transcription of number 22 of the book "Fundamental Notions of Endocrinology and Criminology". In order for the student to complete his preparation so as to be able to use the Kabalah of Prediction with all of the purity which is an indispensable prerequisite, he may study chapter 17: The Esoteric Discipline of the Mind, from the book: "Igneous Rose", which complements the chapter given here. Meditate profoundly upon the number of this chapter (85), and upon its kabalistic additions. Search with that which is most profound within your Soul, so that here you may find the key for the preparation of the Kabalah of Prediction. 85 = 8 + 5 = 13 = 1 + 3 = 4. 8 - Patience, 5 -Intelligence, 13- Mystic Death, 3- Work with the Divine Mother, 1 - Will, 4 - Work with the Cross, with sex.

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