Nada soy yo,
cuerpo que flota, luz, oleaje;
todo es del viento
y el viento es aire siempre de viaje.

 

phreemessen:

The divine light irradiates all things equally, but this is assimilated in different ways: the lower, coarse heart swallows it like a black hole, the upper, subtle heart absorbs and emits it.

phreemessen:

The divine light irradiates all things equally, but this is assimilated in different ways: the lower, coarse heart swallows it like a black hole, the upper, subtle heart absorbs and emits it.

phreemessen:

The time has arrived to remove the veils of esoteric delusion of the past centuries from the Mystery of the Holy Grail and to etch its reality into the heart blood of modern humanity. The original fairy tales, myths and legends, as they have turned up in their various guises through interminably long times, were instruments to link developing humanity to the primordial wisdom by means of moral values.
For the seeker for the Truth this sacred language, as opposed to that of the myth, should not hold any hidden meaning or veiled symbol, but a positive message that can be fully grasped.

phreemessen:

The time has arrived to remove the veils of esoteric delusion of the past centuries from the Mystery of the Holy Grail and to etch its reality into the heart blood of modern humanity. The original fairy tales, myths and legends, as they have turned up in their various guises through interminably long times, were instruments to link developing humanity to the primordial wisdom by means of moral values.

For the seeker for the Truth this sacred language, as opposed to that of the myth, should not hold any hidden meaning or veiled symbol, but a positive message that can be fully grasped.


Stanislaw Fernandes  ~ "Techno-Madonna" 
Cover illustration for OMNI magazine May 1984. The woman portrayed by artist Stanislaw Fernandes represents a new-age archetype: the androgynous goddess of artificial intelligence. She is a nearly perfect android – except for the drop on her lip, which is a symbol of the human capacity to err.
(via nunc-vitae)

Stanislaw Fernandes  ~ "Techno-Madonna" 

Cover illustration for OMNI magazine May 1984The woman portrayed by artist Stanislaw Fernandes represents a new-age archetype: the androgynous goddess of artificial intelligence. She is a nearly perfect android – except for the drop on her lip, which is a symbol of the human capacity to err.

(via nunc-vitae)

(Fuente: behindthewalkin)