METAPHYSICS 11 With new audio sound
04-29-96 – Class 107:
This is the Log notes from the first class for Metaphysics XI. This represents the start of a new set of lectures, based on THE DIAMOND BODY trilogy (by Richard and Iona Miller). The period began with “one-liner’s from each student, and a basic question on the difference between religion and metaphysics. This led to some definitions on spirituality, religion, and the direction of this course.
Tonight’s lecture was on the nature of “Sacred Geometry,” and it’s importance to understanding our own nature. Metaphors were given on how geometry is a possible interface point between one set of dimensions, and another. This included some physics on how this threshold of matter is a place where “nothing” can become “something,” how “Everything” flows from “The Void.”
05-06-96 – Class 108:
This is the Log notes from the second class for Metaphysics XI. Tonight’s lecture began on individuals offering their own definitions of “Nothingness.” It became apparent that there were many different understandings on what this means, and how many words are needed to describe nothing.
Some examples of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry were give to show why normal mathematics is not appropriate when attempting to describe something which “does not exist.” From there, another example was give on how “something” comes from “nothing,” like with the “healing power of stones, and our various sensory-motor inputs (“feeling vibrations”).
05-13-96 – Class 109:
This is the Log notes from the third class for Metaphysics XI. Richard Miller was absent this class period, and his friend Phil Farber (PStuart) lectured on the relationship between Magick and Hypnosis. His orientation is different than that covered by Dr. Ram in previous lectures, and is worth a review. Such terms as “Magick,” “True Will,” and trance states are defined, with some examples.
He has several books in print. His most recent title is Futureritual: Magick for the 21st. Century, by Philip H. Farber. Eschaton Productions, Chicago, ©1995 (ISBN 1-57353-107-3). He also sponsors a webpage on AOL (http://members.aol.com/para93/paradgm.htm)
05-20-96 – Class 110:
This is the Log notes from the fourth class for Metaphysics XI. This was one of those class periods where questions dominated the entire lecture period. It started with questions about gematria and numerology, then covering the nature of what “black magic” might entail.
From there, the nature of evil was discussed, and led to some definitions of “imagination,” and how it related to “Reality.” Ghost phenomena was also discussed, as one of those present has been having some problems with their new home.
06-03-96 – Class 111:
This is the Log notes from the fifth class for Metaphysics XI. Tonight’s lecture picked up on the sacred geometry of the Qabala. Six major principles of the Qabala were given, including some aspects on why meditation on these sacred geometric forms are so important for spiritual growth.
Also discussed was how these sacred geometries relate to one being able to “cross over” to higher planes, much like “dimensional gates” for time travel and as a space ship. Specific geometries, when meditated upon in one’s mind’s eye, causes physical changes in the body, like the release of specific neurotransmitters.
06-10-96 – Class 112:
This is the Log notes from the sixth class for Metaphysics XI. Tonight’s lecture continued the theme of visualization as a form of Dimensional Gate into deeper levels of relating psyche with spirit. Some examples were given, including the statement: “I would not have seen it, if I had not believed it.”
A life lived within the realm of imagination experiences the relationship between soul and spirit. Memory, for example, is more accurately seen as a hologram, where the realm of imagination becomes a literal psychic reality.
07-01-96 – Class 114:
This is the Log notes from the eighth and final class for Metaphysics XI. Tonight’s lecture offered some critical definitions on the nature and purpose of meditation in general. Several resonance examples were recommend reading from ML papers, and lightly touched upon.
From there, a physical description of the so-called “Subtle Body” (“Etheric”) was then discussed for conceptualizing how this might relate to both meditation techniques, and specifically to The Diamond Body. Sacred geometry is the key to all of the elements necessary to build a “time machine.”
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