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The Akashic Experience, edited by Ervin Laszlo

By Cole Tucker | November 12, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 1 Comment

The Akashic Experience: Science and the Cosmic Memory Field, edited by Ervin Laszlo
Inner Traditions, 9781594772986, 288 pp., 2009

The Akashic Experience presents a series of accounts dealing with the intrusion of nonlocal events into everyday life. Ervin Laszlo, systems theorist, philosopher of science, concert pianist and recipient of two nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize, has gathered individual contributors from a range of fields to recount their experiences. Contributors include Alex Grey, Stanislav Grof and – most surprising to me – Raffi Cavoukian, the children’s musician.

The main thrust of the book is aimed at establishing the existence and utility of the akashic experience. Laszlo defines this as a “lived experience that conveys a thought, an image, or an intuition that was not, and very likely could not have been, transmitted by our senses at the time it happened or at anytime beforehand.”

The collected reports include Continue reading »

Model this

By Psyche | May 11, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

LegoJack Faust brought to my attention the plethora of posts on magickal models lately surfacing. It seems to have cheesed him a bit.

After writing an earlier post for Rending the Veil, I was asked to explain about how a someone could possibly be both a magickian and an atheist and so wrote this piece in the fall of 2009, intending it for the Yule issue. I understand it got lost for a bit somehow over at RtV HQ, but it’s up now.

Frater U.:D.:’s “Models of Magic” essay has been floating around online for a long time, and was further expanded in his 2005 occult primer High Magic: Theory & Practice. It seemed a straightforward place to start, Continue reading »

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