Welcome to my library. These are some of my favourite books that have inspired me over the last 4 decades, a collection since I left high school. These books have had a great impact on my journey leading me to a deep inquiry into spirituality and the nature of reality.
The most rarest and out of print books are now all available from Brad Stewart from Sacred Science Institute, SSI of Los Angeles. Also, similar to the Akashic Records, there is a group in New York called www.scribd.com who make available all rare books at a small subscription fee.
1- “Occult Chemistry” by C.W. Leadbeater printed 1908 over 100 years ago and shows the nesting of the 5 Platonic Solids creating all atomic structure!
2- “Alchemy Today” by Chris Illert illustrating the Platonic Geometries in Nuclear Physics. Chris is my go-to whenever I had a problematic mathematical question. He attempted to teach Leadbeater’s Occult Chemistry in Wollongong University but was shut down.
3- “The Life and Work of Dr Robert Moon” compiled from the amazing magazines by LaRouche who is keeping the works of Kepler alive. Dr Moon revived Kepler’s works with the nesting of the 5 Platonic Solids and is known for proving that Space is not a Vacuum, that it is rich with the 5 Platonic geometrical structures calling it “Space Must Be Quantized”.
4- “The Universal One” by Walter Russell examining spirals, periodic tables, counter-rotating fields, tori, magnetic force and much more
5- “Rhythms Of Vision” by Lawrence Blair in 1975 showed rare diagrams of DNA helical slices as penta-hexa molecules, not seen anywhere else. Rich with 3-dimensional structures and magic squares. He says that the positioning of the eyes in the face and the irises in the eyes is a key to a man or woman’s inner nature.
6- “Io Unveiled” by Bozena Brydlova, 1922 shows how the 45 degree angle is the key to defining the Origin of Numbers, literally the way we write the number 1, 2, 3, etc arises from this angle.
7- “The Book Of Harmony Squares” by Jain 108, self-published in 1990 was my second book, completely hand-written showing my fascination with the Magic Squares that create elegant patterns now known as Atomic Art.
It is a comprehensive library that began with Mathematics from many cultures and emerged into the new genre of Sacred Geometry that is now in the mass consciousness.
We stand on the shoulders of great mathematicians and philosophers and our duty as educators is to pass on this legacy to the next younger generation.
Other authors I share here are Kepler, Bruce Cathie, Victor Schauberger, Leonardo da Vinici and more.
I am very fond of the set of 5 books from one of my mentors Bruce Cathie who wrote “Harmonic 33” and how he developed the world wide grid of leylines;
am intrigued by the rare book on the platonic solid symmetries by Johannes Kepler who wrote “The Harmony Of The World” in the year 1619;
am always gaining new insights from set of 4 books on Living Energies by Callum Coats who translated Viktor Schauberger’s works on water vorticity;
am fascinated by “The Treasures Of Leonardo da Vinci” by Matthew Landrus, revealing the story of Vinci’s life, paintings and inventions;
am mystified by the “The Magus, A Complete System of Occult Philosophy” by Francis Barrett in 1801;
am absorbed continuously in my 1828 Bible where every page is illustrated, encouraging me to read it and learn the history of our past;
am loving the Atlantean-like geometric and vibrational healing modalities in “The Crystal Connection” by Randall and Vikki Baer; and finally am re-reading chapters from “The Keys of Enoch” by J.J. Hurtak a treasure of atomic and DNA codes.
I am happy to receive feedback on your favourite author so I may deliver a more comprehensive discourse on your favourite interests.
Image: The Staircase of Knowledge. Which favourite book would you add to this staircase?Steps at University of Balamand Library, Lebanon via Project Gutenberg.