to fly in the face of intellectual fashion, the Doctor suggests the
investigation of the great religious and spiritual traditions as a
supplement to preventative health care. The ubiquitous presence of an
underlying grid of infinite consciousness may be observable under
conditions of sufficient Media-deprivation. Blind trust in mere logic
is illogical. Existentialism is a hoax. The following links provide
food for thought. Chow down!
Classics - an "ethereal
library" of the top Christian mystics and thinkers down through
Info Center - Access to
Catholic documents, information, and links.
Family and Property -
The Catholic "counter-revolution" at your service.
- The Gnosis Archive: Resources on Gnosticism and Gnostic Tradition - Plenty of Gnostic material, scriptures, lectures, and references to keep you busy.
Website - We'll squeeze
this into the Chapel or die trying. Adam McLean's astounding
Steiner Archives -
Talks, texts, books, and more by the leading clairvoyant of the
Then and Now - The First
Spiritualist Temple delves into the history and present information
about contact with the dead.
- Chasing Down Emma - Marc Demarest's blog devoted to uncovering new info about 19th century Spiritualist Emma Hardinge Britten.
- International Association for the Preservation of Spiritualist and Occult Periodicals (IAPSOP) - An all-volunteer effort to digitize all the Spiritualist and Occult journals and newspapers in English from the 19th and early 20th centuries. A stupendous and growing free research resource. Also check out the Standard Spiritualist and Occult Corpus an enormous archive of digitized books from 1790 up to 1974.
Research - I realize
this is stretching it, but if you are open to spiritual channeling
from aliens, this stuff is the best.
Lighthouse Ministry -
And this links to the top Mormon critique site.
Esoterica - Exhaustive
treasure-trove of key texts from Western esoteric and hermetic
Philosophica Hermetica -
Remarkable esoteric and mystical library in Amsterdam.
The National Catholic Weekly
- Dude, it's the Jesuits. Need we say more?
- The National Catholic Reporter - American Catholicism's progressive wing.
- History of the Adepts - K. Paul Johnson's leisurely blog about matters of interest to those of us intrigued by the history of Theosophy, the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor, the Church of Light, and other occult entities.