Schwaller de Lubicz

How Modern Is Modern Science?

BY EDWARD F. MALKOWSKI

You might think that since quantum physics is a relatively new branch of science, this burgeoning “new science” phi­losophy is also new. It is not. These new insights into nature and reality are very old but have been masked by mod­ern attempts to characterize the ancient Egyptian culture and religion as primitive. The concepts of mind and con­sciousness, as well as reincarnation and evolution, were expressed long ago in what historians have labeled the “ancient mystery school”—what Schwaller de Lubicz termed “sacred science.” Although shrouded…

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The Temple in Washington

By Wlliam Henry

The United States Capitol, rising atop Capitol Hill in the monument city of Washington, D.C., may well be the most famous building in the world. To Americans the cast-iron Capitol dome, dressed in pure white sandstone, is a symbol of strength and democra­cy. Radiant. Luminous. Shining. Freedom rings from this beautiful bell. How many recognize the Capitol is a temple? Thomas Jefferson called it “The first temple dedicated to the sovereignty of the people.” An anonymous essay of 1795 described the Capitol building as a…

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As Above So Below

By Patrick Marsolek

Our exploration of the universe arises from our singular experience of being in a physical body. Our spirituality, mathematics, physics, medicine, and science are all colored and informed by the capacities of our body. Modern science and medicine have achieved great understanding of our bodies, but in some ways, both are only scratching the surface of the physical body’s complexity and its relationships. There are the more intangible qualities of emotion, consciousness, and subtle energies that accompany the human physical experience that mechanistic science has…

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