Occult Mockery of Police and Military Free Your Mind Conference

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Dark Occult Symbolism is used to ritualistically mock the members of the Police and Military institutions
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This is a video of Mark Passio’s presentation at the Free Your Mind Conference in Philadelphia, PA on April 10, 2011. Mark’s presentation reveals how subversive Dark Occult symbolism is used to ritualistically mock the members of police and military institutions without their knowledge.

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– Dark Occult – Free Your Mind Conference – Mark Passio
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MARK PASSIO…Everything I Needed to Know in Life I Learned From Watching The Wizard of OZ

Mark’s Wizard Of Oz Presentation
Everything I Needed To Know In Life, I Learned By Watching The Wizard Of Oz
Recorded January 16, 2011 at Germ Books, Philadelphia, PA

Mark examines the Occult symbolism contained in the classic allegorical film The Wizard Of Oz.http://vimeo.com/19027138#MARK PASSIO…Everything I Needed to Know in Life I Learned From Watching The Wizard of OZ

Live presentation at Germ Books and Gallery on Jan. 16th 2011. Fundraiser for the Free Your Mind Conference: Sat and Sun, April 9th and 10th 2011 freeyourmindconference.com
Mark Passio is a radio host, researcher, and lecturer on the dark occult, mind control, and world government. His website is whatonearthishappening.com.

Some information is on but not all. Still he touches on basic points. The deeper meaning’s touch upon but there are still much deeper levels to go to.

The Archetypes: Interpreting Spiritual and Occult Symbolisms (The Archetypal Series) (Volume 1) 1st Edition byVishanth Panakkal (Author),Anuradha Maheshwari (Illustrator). The title contains five chapters with pictorial presentations that explain the hidden meaning and symbolisms portrayed in today’s mass-media, corporate logos and religious texts. The book is the first edition of a series that will be followed in coming months. Showing how symbols can lead to transformational and psychological resonance. In these five chapters, the title explores in detail the occult and spiritual dimension in the symbolism of ‘transcendence’ portrayed in many movies, the meaning behind Stanley Kubrick’s magnum opus ‘2001: A Space Odyssey, the symbolism and meaning behind the controversial music video ‘Hurricane’ by Thirty Seconds to Mars, secret behind the famous Apple’s Inc ‘logo’ and finally the explaining the real meaning of the mythical ‘Garden of Eden.’ Many of the signs portrayed in these mediums are hard to decipher, and barely recognizable while viewing as a viewer. Hence leaping into deeper perspective needs time, commitment and more over judgement without prejudice. Due to this reason, each chapter are carefully woven for the readers to comprehend the truth, rather than propagating falsehood.

Hidden Symbolism of Alchemy and the Occult Arts Paperback – 1971 by Herbert Silberer (Author),Smith Ely Jelliffe (Translator).PDF Click here. A psycho-analysis of alchemical symbolism. This thoughtful study, which antedates the work of Jung by a generation, represents the first serious attempt to correlate the methods of phsychoanalysis with the literature of alchemy and of other great Western mystical and occult traditions. Dr. Silberer was a prominent memeber of the Vienna School whose untimely death prevented this, his major published work, from receiving the attention it clearly merited. 

Included is a wealth of material taken directly from alchemical and Rosicrucian sources. Symbolism of salt, sulphur and mercury; of the prison, the abyss and the grave’ of putrefaction and procreation; and of the sun, moon, and planets are carefully analysed and explained. Passages from the works of Hermes Trismegistus, Flamel, Lacinius, Michael Meier, Paracelus and Boehme are cited both as important sources of alchemical doctrine and to substantiate the thesis that alchemy was a spiritual discipline of the highest order, comparable to the Yoga of the East.

The entire inquiry is based on a parable from the pages of “Geheime Figuren der Rosenkreuzer,” an 18th-century alchemical text. After a general expostion of dream and myth interpretation, Dr. Silberer proceeds to a psychoanalytic interpretation of the parable and then gives a detailed account of the traditions and practices of the alchemists, Rosicrucians, and Freemasons. Returning to the parable, he introduces the problem of dual interpretations; for while the psychoanalytic approach focuses on the depths of the impulsive life, the hermetic and mystical leads to the heights of spirituality. The heart of the book is an attempt to reconcile these divergent philosophies and a mediation on the relationship of introversion to mysticism.

Unabridged, unaltered republication of the first English (1917) edition, originally entitled Problems of Mysticism and its Symbolism, translated by Smith Ely Jellife. Translator’s preface.

This thoughtful study, which antedates the work of Jung by a generation, represents the first serious attempt to correlate the methods of psychoanalysis with the literature of alchemy and of other great Western mystical and occult traditions. Dr. Silberer was a prominent member of the Vienna School whose untimely death prevented this, his major published work, from receiving the attention it clearly merited.
Included is a wealth of material taken directly from alchemical and Rosicrucian sources. Symbolisms of salt, sulphur and mercury; of the prison, the abyss and the grave; of putrefaction and procreation; and of the sun, moon, and planets are carefully analyzed and explained. Passages from the works of Hermes Trismegistus, Flamel, Lacinius, Michael Meier, Paracelsus, and Boehme are cited both as important sources of alchemical doctrine and to substantiate the thesis that alchemy was a spiritual discipline of the highest order, comparable to the Yoga of the East.
The entire inquiry is based on a parable from the pages of “Geheime Figuren der Rosenkreuzer,” an eighteenth-century alchemical text. After a general exposition of dream and myth interpretation, Dr. Silberer proceeds to a psychoanalytic interpretation of the parable and then gives a detailed account of the traditions and practices of the alchemists, Rosicrucians, and Freemasons. Returning to the parable, he introduces the problem of dual interpretations; for while the psychoanalytic approach focuses on the depths of the impulsive life, the hermetic and mystical leads to the heights of spirituality. The heart of the book is an attempt to reconcile these divergent philosophies and a meditation on the relationship of introversion to mysticism.

Medieval Number Symbolism: Its Sources, Meaning, and Influence on Thought and Expression (Dover Occult) Oct 20, 2011 by Vincent Foster Hopper. For Dante and other people in the Middle Ages, numbers had a different set of connotations than they do for moderns. The symbolism of numbers was both widespread and profoundly ingrained in the culture. In this classic study, a noted scholar reveals “how deeply rooted in medieval thought was the consciousness of numbers, not as mathematical tools, nor yet as the counters in a game, but as fundamental realities, alive with memories and eloquent with meaning.”

For example, the number three — linked to the Trinity — was of special significance, and “endowed every repetition of the number three with a richness of meaning which can be but dimly grasped by the modern reader.” Numbers derived from constellations, planets, stellar revolutions, and other astronomical phenomena were also thought to have divine associations. These and many other aspects of the topic are illuminated here. In the first three chapters, the author examines the three main sources of number symbolism; basic, elementary symbols derived from man’s struggles to count and identify such natural groupings as fingers and toes; the ancient Babylonian science of astrology; and Pythagorean number theory, which fixed the relationship of the numbers to one another. The fourth and fifth chapters deal with the Gnostics’ elaborate combination of these elements, and the adoption and elaboration of number philosophy by the early Church Fathers. The last two sections examine medieval number philosophy and Dante’s use of number symbolism, particularly in The Divine Comedy.
Of special interest to medievalists, numerologists, and students of literature, this volume will also fascinate anyone interested in symbology or cultural aspects of the Middle Ages.

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