Course XXVII comparative religion

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Teaching 1: The Fountain of Religions

Teaching 2: Vedas

Teaching 3: Hinduism

Teaching 4: Egypt

Teaching 5: Egyptian Gods

Teaching 6: Ten Great Religions

Teaching 7: Chaldean Magicians

Teaching 8: Iranian Religion

Teaching 9: Assyrian Goddess of War

Teaching 10: The Sun of Iran

Teaching 11: Sargonides

Teaching 12: The Hebrews

Teaching 13: Moses’ Religion

Teaching 14: The Greeks

Teaching 15: Greek Gods

Teaching 16: Arts and Philosophies

Teaching 17: The Romans

Teaching 18: The Celestial Empire

Teaching 19: Buddhism

Teaching 20: Yellow Buddhism

Teaching 21: The Germans

Teaching 22: The Gauls

Teaching 23: The Jains

Teaching 24: The Military Sikhs

Teaching 25: Christendom

Teaching 26: Islam

Teaching 27: Religion of the African Jungle

Teaching 28: Incaic Worship of the Sun

Teaching 29: Ancient Mexican Religions

Teaching 1. The Fountain of Religions

Peoples of the Atlantean race had received the truths of their religions from their Great Instructors. These truths, strengthened by the psychic power of perception that this race possessed, were of entirely Divine character.

These religions verged on the world of a higher consciousness and did not use natural symbols. They were of a select monotheism.

But as this race begun to decline and degenerate, religious practices were replaced by acts of psychic power and black magic.

As Aryan Semites became different from the Atlanteans, still they kept a distant glimpse of those Divine religions, though entirely hidden under the burden of many centuries and reason, which was a new prerogative of the emerging race.

The Atlanteans, in depths of the sea where their continent sunk, carried with them their Divine Religion.

But new Initiates and new ideas-mother appeared and, therefore, a new religion was established, which accompanied the new Aryan race and based every following creed of this race.

The Aryans Semites, after the great fight against their black enemies (even though they were black people too, but with different physical structure), rushed in the conquest of the new continent that, like a promised virgin land, had emerged from the waters for them.

Early men, in immense caravans, guided by their Divine Instructors, left the old coasts in search of new lands and migrated toward the centre of Asia and Europe.

They found a fertile land that was wonderful but tremendously hard to conquer. Their usual equatorial weather was replaced there by a hard and cold weather.

After sloth, the need appeared, and later a frightful number of dead people; then the inhabitants of the new continent learnt gradually to fight Nature in search of food and shelter.

Nature was tough to overcome, but as it was overwhelmed, it gave wonderful results and revealed its secrets. So those early men deified Nature and its manifested powers.

Now these men were not Aryan Semites; they became a characteristic race: Pure Aryans.

Their skin became white like the snow falling upon them; their eyes took a bluish and greyish hue like the mist that covered them constantly; and their hair became red and blond.

This new emerging religion, based on the cult of Nature, is purely physical and phallic, and foundation of polytheism.

But one day Aryans came back to their original land, and found their preceding black people, Aryans Semites, who kept, by a rudimentary monotheism, the Divine Religion of the Atlanteans, and overcame them

From these two streams –from a forgotten Divine Religion and another natural and human religion that was emerging– the structure of any coming religion was formed.

Then, Aryan religions come into being from memory of a lost divine state and from knowledge of an available natural power of man.

Words of the first Divine Instructors are fused and crystallized with material experience of the peoples; a memory of the divinity becomes material with an image, with a cult of the ancestors, and from this source where God and Man meet, where circle and cross embrace one another, a crystal water will spring up and flood the world and times, with several names, to join again one day to the ocean of man made God.

In all of Aryan religions, with monotheism or polytheism prevailing in them, one finds always the same fundamental bases; in the beginning, the worship is simple and clear like dawn; like any dawn, human quietude turns to divine serenity with songs and hymns; these are conveyed from parents to children, from one people to another and, as time goes by, become holy texts and fundamental languages.

Tradition transforms simple elevations of the soul into ceremonies and worships, and worships claim for vestments, signs and mysteries.

All of Aryan religions follow the same routes and the same path; they are spiritual and pure in the beginning; they become strong and powerful as their go on to progress in order to reach they acme, when mind and spirit of religion come together and become one. Afterward they decline, become intellectual and wise, dogmatic and rigid, cold and dark; and they end up as a sectarian organization, keeping its own divinities.

It must be so, inexorably; a mixture of spirit and matter only can become fight between spirit and matter. Materialism is defeated when spirit is in control but when material force defeats the spirit, the latter hides behind thick veils.

One finds a Real and Divine principle behind dogmatic and practical forms of any religion.

He who knows how to find this Unique principle, knows all religions, participates in all of them and has found the secret, the only and first fountain of them

Teaching 2: Vedas

Thousands of years ago, a great row of Aryans crossed over the Himalayas and, going toward the North of present India, established there their abode.

They were under the guide of the Manu Vaivasvata, a Solar Initiate of First Rank, and ten wise men called Rishis; their names are respectively: Marishi, Atri, Pulastya, Pulaka, Angryas, Kardama, Daksha, Vashishia, Bhrigu and Narada.

They settled there, in the land of Uttura Kuru, a country closed by a circle of high mountains, which could be the present Kashmir.

These Hindu Aryans, of white skin, convex foot, already owners of the fifth sense, first sub-race of the great Aryan race, handed down to their descendants the history of their gorgeous religion written on millenary Vedas.

Vedas –this word means “pure science”– are a series of hymns and chants that those ancient peoples used to offer to their gods; in the beginning, these hymns were not written down, but orally conveyed from generation to generation.

These Vedas are divided into four groups, 1st) Rig-, 2nd) Sutra-, 3rd) Brahman- and 4th) Atharva-Veda.

>From these holy books one may infer they already knew an infinite and immense principle, where from every created thing came into being: that is, Aditi, Infinity.

Behind this universal concept is formed the idea of a personal and strong Creator-God, who contains the whole power of good; this is Indra, the second Hindu god, who fights continuously evil and the spirit of shadows: Vritra.

Vedas call Indra “the unique God that gives love to mortals, helps them and lavishly pours his goods on them

The Aryan Race, before its division into tribes that founded different sub-races, had a unique language, the Zenzar; and in they early roots and words, all of them have a unique root and a unique reference that remembers an area where they stayed formerly, with snows and long winters.

The early language of Aryans is Sanskrit, which later, as time goes by, becomes priestly and religious tongues, like any early language.

To Hindus, Sanskrit is Vak, eternal vibration that they transform into divinity.

In their view, verses of Vedas, in their modulation according to ancient intonations, have an especially powerful vibration called Mantra.

Agni, fire; Phritivi, mother of earth; Mitra, the sun; Varuna, clouds; and Arimau, family Lar; in one word, any manifestation of nature, any custom, virtue, good and evil, are materialized and conveyed as divinities to posterity.

They teach those ancient and nomadic peoples of shepherds gradually settled, from Pañchala, which means “five river land”, today Penjab, to a civilization of great dimensions.

Manu’s laws, the oldest Hindu code, describe bases, order and religion of this people.

Also, in Hindu religion, one can find, after an infinite God (“Aditi”), after a God-Creator (“Indra”), after a tenet about of fight between good and evil (“Indra” and “Vitra), and after the worship of natural and atmospheric forces, the tenet about Trinity, a tenet that you may find en every Aryan religion. This concept is far later than Vedas and represents One God but with three aspects: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, who are image of the cosmic mind, primary energy and undifferentiated substance respectively.

In the study of different religions, you will see step by step this divine and natural tenets, under one name or another, ever renewed, ever the same.

Aryan religion is One, natural and divine, but different races gave them diverse names.

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