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Tradition and the current age

Author: Andras Laszlo Translation: PCC/LK The terms Tradition and Traditionality convey an ancient, primordial spiritual knowledge about the Origin, the Beginning and the Non-beginning since the very beginning of the manifest existence of the world; Tradition sustains this timeless knowledge … Continue reading

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René Guénon and the metaphysics of society

by Bela Hamvas (translation PCC/LK) I. – René Guénon’s name should be well known by now. He started to work for the “Voile d’Isis” as early as the early 20’s. His first books were published around the same time. These … Continue reading

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HERMES TRISMEGISTUS*

*Bela Hamvas: Scientia Sacra II, Book 4: Initiation, 1. Hermes Trismegistus (Translation: PCC, LK) Merely a couple of dialogues and a few fragments have remained from the Alexandrian era of the works the author of which is believed to be … Continue reading

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POWER AND DOMINANCE*

Metaphysical tradition – as a world-view – presents a well defined position in questions that concern the problem of the spirit manifested in the world.  The way the spirit manifests itself, the way it prevails or recedes is tightly connected … Continue reading

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Andras Laszlo: Sri Ramana Maharsi

This work of Dr. Andras Laszlo has appeared as the foreword for a work titled A nyilegyenes osveny (Budapest, 1998, Stella Maris). English translation: PCC (Laszlo Kovari) Bhagaván Srí Ramana Maharsi is (so far) the last Saint above Saints of India and … Continue reading

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