Humanity’s Drive for Goodness and Gypsis

Children of Cain and their Mystical Knowledge Wednesday 28 November 2018 at 10:32 am

Who are Gypsis and why should we care

by Nataša Pantović Nuit

Can Human Nature with its profoundly caring and loving side abandon we vs. they behavior patterns and learn from Genocides of our Past?

Artists, scientists, researchers’ trust in Humanity’s goodness supported Gypsis even when all the others were against them. The weddings had Gypsi bands, poets composed music influenced by their rhythm, writers whispered their myths, love for horses, freedom, magic, we learned fortune telling techniques from their grand-mums, our film-makers like Kusturica won Oskars making films narrating the stories of these Balkan Egyptians, keeping their fame glowing, within our subconscious and limited consciousness mind that knew that the children of Cain do carry an interesting story to tell our s.

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Carmen by French Composer Georges Bizet, Paris in 1875, Gypsis and their Mystical Knowledge

Carmen is an opera by French composer Georges Bizet, 1st performed in Paris in 1875. It is one of the most popular internationally acclaimed operas of all times depicting the fiery gypsy Carmen and her lover José who abandons his home, deserts his officer’s duties, yet soon loses Carmen's love. It all ends in a total disaster where he kills all in a jealous rage.

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Esoteric Teachings of Ripley’s Scrolls

Age of Enlightenment Mysticism within Christian Art Monday 12 November 2018 at 11:37 am

Esoteric Christian 17th century Ripley's Alchemy Scrolls

by Nataša Pantović

Respecting the knowledge of Alchemists, within this dynamic orphic, hermaphrodite Universe of manifestations, we now examine the within teachings of the 16th / 17th century Ripley’s Scrolls.

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Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Ripley’s Alchemical Scrolls 

Hermes Trismegistus and What is Alchemy? 

At the top of the Ripley’s Scrolls, a large, robed, bearded figure greets the researchers wishing to enter this magic dance of words and drawings. Identified as an Egyptian of Healing Thoth or Hermes Trismegistus (thrice-greatest), the legendary figure of Alchemists, is the first one we meet holding an egg-shaped vase and observing seven processes, used in transformation of metals into gold.

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Esoteric Mystical Knowledge Methods

How to read Ancient Philosophers and Manuscripts Tuesday 16 October 2018 at 09:31 am

Researching Metamorphoses of Psyche, Un- and enlightenment

done by Nataša Pantović

“Only by discovering have I clearly understood that the Unconscious is a process and that ego’s rapports with the unconscious and his contents initiate an evolution, more precisely a real metamorphoses of the psyche…”

Jung quote about Alchemy

In our wish to relate to omnipotent, omniscience, and omnipresence , we use art, music or poetry to express since Ratio has no unobstructed pathways towards .

The Mystical knowledge is gained through a life-long research and devotion to beauty, God, divine, through contemplating Universe or comprehending Air / Earth / Water / Sun as the most immanent physical sources of life. These are different spiritual paths to from the Himalayan monk meditating, through the fisherman out in the open sea, to the artist composing a masterpiece.

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Isaac Newton 1642 – 1726

Isaac Newton 1642 – 1726, at Manchester UK, Library

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