Theta Networker’s Gnostic Animist Keylontic Spiritist Journey: Finding Out Who I Really Am …

Finding Out Who I Really Am …

I have wondered from time to time if there is a name for my spiritual belief(s) as mentioned in About Me/About This Blog and About This Blog of

Here’s my answer, tongue in cheek, or maybe not :-), as the strands or “fibers” of these four philosophies or practices, in essence, constitute the woof and warp of my spiritual journey … albeit  I have passed through “forms” such as Scientology … Falun Gong … some of the teachings of Caroline Myss … Jonathan Goldman … Tom Kenyon … The Kybalion …

Gnosticism is a philosophical and religious movement which started in pre-Christian times. It may have had is source in the Jewish community of Alexandria and been later picked up by some Christian groups in Judea and the Galilee.

The name is derived from the Greek word “gnosis” which literally means “knowledge.” However, the English words “Insight” and “enlightenment” capture more of the meaning of “gnosis.” It is pronounced with a silent “G” (NO-sis). Gnosticism is not factual, intellectual, rational knowledge, such as is involved in mathematics and physics; that would have been more accurately represented by the Greek world “episteme.” Rather, Gnosticism involves the relational or experiential knowledge of God and of the divine or spiritual nature within us. A visitor to this web site wrote: “…we believe that gnosis-knowledge requires ultimate transcendence of the merely intellectual to be actualized.”

Tolerance of different faith groups within and outside of Gnosticism.

Lack of discrimination against women. Although Jesus treated women as equals, and Paul mostly did the same, the other Christian belief systems started to oppress women in later generations. This is readily seen by reading the books in the Christian Scriptures that say they were written by Paul, but were — according to many mainline and liberal Christian theologians — in fact forgeries written by unknown authors after Paul’s death either:

During the 1st Century CE, like Ephesians and 2 Thessalonians, and
During the 2nd century CE like the Pastoral epistles: 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy and Titus.

A belief that salvation is achieved through relational and experiential knowledge. In the words of The contemporary Gnostic Apostolic Church, humanity needs to be awakened and brought:

“… to a realization of his true nature. Mankind is moving towards the Omega Point, the Great day when all must graduate or fall. This day is also the Day of Judgment in that only those who have entered the Path of Transfiguration and are being reborn can return to the Treasury of Light.”

Definition of ANIMISM
1: a doctrine that the vital principle of organic development is immaterial spirit
2: attribution of conscious life to objects in and phenomena of nature or to inanimate objects
3: belief in the existence of spirits separable from bodies
— an·i·mist \-mist\ noun
— an·i·mis·tic \ˌa-nə-ˈmis-tik\ adjective
See animism defined for English-language learners »
Origin of ANIMISM
German Animismus, from Latin anima soul
First Known Use: 1832

Keylontic Morphogenetic Science (Keylonta) is the Point of Union between Scientific and Spiritual perspective, through which we can begin to understand the reality of our connection to the Divine and to comprehend the purposes for and the processes of our Personal Evolution.

Through understanding the foundation structures upon which the body and consciousness are built we can learn to consciously direct the path of and accelerate our personal biological and spiritual evolution,

Keylontic Science encompasses, among many other things, the following:

•The Anatomy of Cosmic Structure.

•Energy and Time Matrices and Morphogenetic Energy Fields

•The Structure of Multi-dimensional Human Anatomy

•Personal Identity Levels, our Crystal Body and Silicate Gene(DNA) Matrix

•The Science and Process of Dimensional Ascension and Bio-spiritual Evolution.

•Techniques for Healing, Protection and Accelerating Biological and Spiritual Evolution.

Keylonta has potent answers to questions like:

•What do we really know about our origins, our history, our purpose, our “world?”

•What do we really know about the working of reality, the framework of Creation, their relationship and significance to our lives, our planet and our future?

… and much, much more!!

“You have the ability to become free and powerful, loving and wise. Rediscover this promise. Reclaim your power as co-creators within the universal scheme and use it now, while so much hangs in the balance, awaiting the outcome of your individual and collective choices.”

(Voyagers 2)

My Mission with this Dictionary: To compile, organize and present Keylontic Science’s information and make it universally available and accessible. – Arek

Spiritism is a loose corpus of religious faiths having in common the general belief in the survival of a spirit after death. In a stricter sense, it is a religion whose beliefs and practices are based on the works of Allan Kardec and others. Formed in France in the 19th century, it soon spread to other countries, but today the only country where it has a significant number of adherents is Brazil.

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Spiritism is a loose corpus of religious faiths having in common the general belief in the survival of a spirit after death. In a stricter sense, it is a religion whose beliefs and practices are based on the works of Allan Kardec and others. Formed in France in the 19th century, it soon spread to other countries, but today the only country where it has a significant number of adherents is Brazil.

Claims of philosophy and science status The fundamental principles of Spiritism, enunciated by Allan Kardec in his seminal work The Spirits Book, are: (i) A belief in the existence of spirits – non-physical beings that live in the invisible or spirit world – and (ii) the possibility of communication between these spirits and living people through mediumship. There is a clear difference between the terms “Spiritism” and “Spiritualism”:

Although there are many similarities between the two, they differ in some fundamental aspects, particularly regarding man’s quest toward spiritual perfection and the manner by which the followers of each practice their beliefs.

Spiritism teaches reincarnation or rebirth into human life after death. This basically distinguishes Spiritism from Spiritualism. According to the Spiritist doctrine, reincarnation explains the moral and intellectual differences among men. It also provides the path to man’s moral and intellectual perfection by amending for his mistakes and increasing his knowledge in successive lives. For this reason Spiritism does not accept rebirth in animals as this would be retrogressive.

Finally, unlike Spiritualism, Spiritism is not a religious sect but a philosophy or a way of life by which its followers live by. Its followers have no priests or ministers and do not follow any religious rituals in their meetings. They also do not call their places of meetings as churches, and instead call them by various names such as centers, society or association. Their activities consist mainly of studying the Spiritist doctrine, applying spiritual healing to the sick and organizing charitable missions.

Kardec reaffirmed that on the cover of his “The Spirit’s Book”. Another author in the Spiritualist movement, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle included a chapter[4] about Spiritism in his book “History of Spiritualism” confirming that Spiritism is Spiritualist (but not vice-versa). As consequence, many Spiritualist works are widely accepted in Spiritism, particularly the works of scientists Sir William Crookes,[5] and Sir Oliver Lodge[citation needed]. Such works are more accepted in anglo-Saxon spiritist communities than in Latin-American ones, though.

In countries like Brazil the movement had spread and became widely accepted, mostly due to Chico Xavier’s works. Today the official spiritist community has about 20 million adepts, though due to local syncretism, it is accepted and somehow practiced by three times as many across the country.

Allan Kardec refers to Spiritism in What is Spiritism? as a science dedicated to the relationship between incorporeal beings (spirits) and human beings. Thus, some spiritists see themselves as not adhering to a religion, but to a philosophical doctrine with a scientific fulcrum and moral grounds. On the other hand, many spiritists don’t see any problem about embracing it as a religion as well.

The Spiritist moral principles are in agreement with the ones taught by Jesus (according to Kardec[6]). Other moral examples like Francis of Assisi, Paul the Apostle, Buddha and Gandhi are also sometimes considered by the spiritists. Spiritist philosophical inquiry is concerned with the study of moral aspects in the context of an eternal life in spiritual evolution through reincarnation, a process believers hold as revealed by Spirits. Sympathetic research on Spiritism by scientists can be found in the works of Sir William Crookes.

[edit] Beliefs Spiritism blends together notions taken from Christianity, Positivism and Platonism.

[edit] Basic booksMain article: Spiritist Codification
Franz MesmerMain article: Franz Mesmer

Franz Anton MesmerFranz Anton Mesmer (May 23, 1734 – March 5, 1815) discovered what he called magnétisme animal (animal magnetism) and others often called mesmerism. The evolution of Mesmer’s ideas and practices led Scottish surgeon James Braid (1795–1860) to develop hypnotism in 1841.

Spiritism incorporated and kept some practices inspired or directly taken from Mesmerism. Among them, the healing touch, still in Europe, and the energization of water to be used as a medicine for spirit and body.


About Theta Networker

“Before I am a man, I am a human being; before I am a human being, I am a spirit” ... who chooses to move toward those who naturally emanate love and light ... and away from toxic, fear-based thought-forms or religions ... Awakening to healing myself and allowing the grace that others need to flow through me from spirit ... And so I am guided to write in the spirit of a Blue Ray ...

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