The Cosmic Doctrine

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Weiser Books, Jan 15, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 227 pages
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In the 1930s, beginning at the Vernal Equinox in Glastonbury, Dion Fortune started receiving communications from the Inner Planes concerning the creation of the universe, and the evolution of humanity. This is her record, and includes previously unpublished material.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION BY DION FORTUNE
1
BY ONE OF THE COMMUNICATING ENTITIES
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Section I
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THE FIRST TRINITY
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THE BUILDING OF THE ATOM
32
THE EVOLUTION OF THE ATOM
36
THE GENESIS OF A SOLAR SYSTEM
42
COSMIC INFLUENCES ON A SOLAR SYSTEM
49
THE BEGINNINGS OF MIND AND GROUP CONSCIOUSNESS
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THE SEEDATOM BUILDING A SEVENTH PLANE BODY
82
EVOLUTION OF THE FIRST PLANETARY FORM
90
EVOLUTION OF THE LORDS OF FLAME FORM AND MIND
97
THE INFLUENCE OF THE REGENTS UPON THE GLOBES
104
THE GOAL OF EVOLUTION OF A LIFE SWARM ix
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Section II
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THE RELATION OF A GREAT ENTITY TO THE COSMOS
58
THE PROJECTION OF THE CONCEPT OF THE UNIVERSE
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THE RELATION BETWEEN THE PROJECTED IMAGE AND THE LOGOIDAL CONSCIOUSNESS
67
AUTOREACTIONS AND COSMIC MEMORY
70
THE BIRTH OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE UNIVERSE
73
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Dion Fortune (1891-1946), founder of The Society of the Inner Light, is recognized as one of the most luminous figures of 20th-century esoteric thought. A prolific writer, pioneer psychologist, powerful psychic, and spiritualist, she dedicated her life to the revival of the Western Mystery Tradition. She was also a member of the Order of the Golden Dawn, whose members included at various times such people as A.E. Waite, Aleister Crowley, and W.B. Yeats.

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