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The Forbidden Letters to Philip Gardiner

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 Note: The following article is published with permission.

On the Forbidden Letters - by Ingo Berg

'I'm presently "translating" the Letters sent by the Paris 4 for further analysis - in this I mean I am copying it all out properly minus the spelling mistakes and bad grammar. These errors are perfectly understandable with the Paris 4 being French. (...) I would just like some clarity, perhaps for further publication. (...) I really haven't made up my mind on where this is taking me as yet, but I'm working on something.'  [Gary Osborn on March 4 2010]

'I've heard that Gardiner is working on a book on the Forbidden Letters.' [Forum-post on the Forbidden Letters]

'But now to the mentioned book. It will be published during 'gloria olivae.' There are two authors.The title is ‘the Serpent Grail.' These two authors will write the last book on our stone.'  [Thomas Mann in a 1949-letter on Philip Gardiner, Gary Osborn, their 2005-book 'The Serpent Grail' and its follow-up (which would deal with the Forbidden Letters)]



[ Siegfried killing the Dragon - note that he is in the earth! *) ]

*) Golan suggests that the Phoenix indeed belonged to the underworld, because
it's name 'seems to come from the name of the underworld god f.n (...).'[1991:144]

1.

'In his last moments, Fafner learns Siegfried's name, and tells him to beware of treachery. When Siegfried draws his sword from the corpse, his hands are burned by the dragon's blood.'[Wikipedia on Wagner's opera Siegfried/my emphasis]

2.

'b) The stone is produced about where the liver is. The stone ignites the Kundalini fire (the fire can actually be heard) and starts to move about, increasingly violently. Fire getting stronger. Arms and legs break into pieces.

c) The snake is driven out. Our friend doesn't know where it went. Up the spine, but after that: no clue. (Into the earth?)'[The Paris 4/verbatim/my emphasis]

3.

'You know that there is a beast inside all of us. That beast has to be let out in a certain crisis in alchemy. It is raw psychic energy (libido). And exactly that dark energy is used to build up the lightbody.'[The Paris 4/verbatim]

4.

'So is the dragon the serpent leaving the body in kundalini fire on September 4 1986, or the beast 'let out' in the Night of the Soul, 14 years later?'[Forum-post on the Forbidden Letters]

5.

'In myth the hero is the one who conquers the dragon, not the one who is devoured by it (through kalagni, the fire of time that slowly cooks all creatures to death/Berg). And yet both have to deal with the same dragon (kalagni/Berg). Also, he is no hero who never met the dragon, or who, if he once saw it, declared afterwards that he saw nothing. Equally, only one who has risked the fight with the dragon and is not overcome by it wins the hoard, the "treasure hard to attain." He alone has a genuine claim to selfconfidence, for he has faced the dark ground of his self and thereby gained himself.'[1970:par. 756]

6.

'The "treasure hard to attain" lies hidden in the ocean of the unconscious, and only the brave can reach it. I conjecture that the treasure is also the 'companion', the one who goes through life at our side - in all probability a close analogy to the lonely ego who finds a mate in the self, for at first the self is the strange non-ego.' [1970:par. 235]

    [ Adolf Hitler and Leni Riefenstahl in Weimar ]

7.

'An alleged Soviet autopsy on Hitler's remains made shortly after the war claimed Hitler was monorchic (i.e. having only one testicle/Berg), but some historians dismiss this reference as propaganda. This autopsy was released around 1970.'[Wikipedia]

8.

'Arnon Grunberg, who is heterosexual and Jewish by the way, has written a book with a stunningly alchemical undercurrent then. Intentionally, or not.'[Rene Loman on the Forbidden Letters, see part 1 of http://www.world-mysteries.com/PhilipGardiner/forbidden_letters_50.htm  ]

9.

'Grunberg probably only wanted to make another Nazi-connection (Xavier was the teenage grandson of an SS officer) by letting Xavier lose a testicle through circumcision, since Hitler himself allegedly missed a testicle too. But it is striking nonetheless that we have a homosexual redeemer/Messiah here with only one testicle. Pure coincidence, no doubt, but a very meaningful one in the light of the Forbidden Letters.'[L. Tausendschön]

[ Light from a nonlinear crystal recorded on high speed infrared film ]

10.

'The ancient Greeks said that "all is light." But how can this be?' [M. Hasler]

11.

'It is the electromagnetic force (i.e. light) that binds atoms and molecules together and gives shape to form and matter.'[Stephen Hawking]

12.

'Well, if an expert like Hawking assures us that life is orchestrated by light (i.e. the electromagnetic force), why can't life have been created by that force too? In other words: can't God be the electromagnetic force?'[L. Tausendschön/my emphasis]

13.

'We're allowed to call God light, but not to call light God.'[Anna Frey]

[ Image from Atalanta Fugiens - stones in the air, in the water, on the road, etc. ]

14.

'Wherefore it is said that the Stone is in every man.'[Albertus Magnus]

15.

'Turn inward for your voyage. You will not find the Stone in foreign parts.'[Angelus Silesius]

16.

'Silesius says that the stone is to be found in man only. But how can it be explained then that that stone is everywhere in creation at the same time, as alchemy claims.'[L. Tausendschön]

[ Prometheus ]

17.

'The Paris 4 tell us that Stone is 'pointy and about the size of a child's fist.'

That it ignites the resurrectional fire of Kundalini and 'that it is produced about where the liver is.' This last remark by the Paris 4 reminded me of a remark by Georges Dumezil .

Dumezil conjectured that the Titan Prometheus stole not the chemical fire for our ovens, but the fire of immortality. Zeus then punished him for this by having him bound to a rock while a great eagle (central bird in Alchemy representing Spirit) ate his liver every day, only to have it grow back to be eaten again the next day.'[Jos Winter on the Forbidden Letters]

18.

'I asked myself how the Gods in the Prometheus-myth could feel threatened by the theft of everyday fire. But if the fire of immortality is at stake here, then the rage of the Gods would indeed be explained.'[L. Tausendschön/my emphasis]

19.

´And the Lord God said, "The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever." - ´[Genesis 3/my emphasis]

20.

'When you succeed in awakening Kundalini-fire, you necessarily start a world which is totally different from our world. It is a world of eternity.'[Carl Jung/my emphasis]

21.

'I always wondered why knowledge about good and evil should clash with immortality.'[L. Tausendschön]

22.

'An alchemist who has to descend (into the earth/Cicci) is somehow pulled of course. And this strongly suggests gravitational forces might be at work here to enter this mysterious dimension of traverse. And this makes a lot of sense. Because physicists discovered that only the force of gravity 'is capable of exerting an extra-dimensional influence.'[2008:188] The other three forces of nature, the electromagnetic, the weak nuclear and the strong nuclear are not capable of exerting such influence. 'Only the gravitational force can leak into other dimensions.’[Ibid.][Sriram][Julia Cicci on the Forbidden Letters]

23.

'But how can gravity be involved here? Because that force doesn't change.'[L. Tausendschön]

24.

'Gravity doesn't change with time. The force of gravity, the amount that it pulls on an object, depends on only two things: the mass of the object doing the pulling, and how far away it is.'[Plait, 2002:65]

25.

'All the mass of the earth is concentrated into a tiny point at its center.'[Ibid:66]

26.

'Are we sure that alchemy is completely terrestrial?'[di Pietro on the Forbidden Letters, quoted by Hugo Dewasme/ see http://www.world-mysteries.com/PhilipGardiner/forbidden_letters_28.htm ]

27.

'At the same time, the anthropic principle [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropic_principle ] tells us that there can be no extraterrestrial intelligence fundamentally different from humanity in our universe.'[Dick, 1998:266]

 

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rARVcCS-BaM&feature=related 

28.

'Norman Lamm pointed to precedents in medieval Jewish thought and declared that it was prudent to explore "a Jewish exo-theology, an authentic Jewish view of God and man in a universe in which man is not the only intelligent resident, and perhaps inferior to many other races."-'[Dick, 1998:251]

29.

'A little metallic like wheel (like in a clock) starts to spin in the decapitated head, either on the left side, or the right side (our gay man doesn't remember), near the ear and then, spinning fast, makes a 90 degree move to the forehead. (We can't help thinking about Revelation/ the sign on the foreheads.)'[The Paris 4]

30.

'In Alchemy salvation is more a matter of the healing of man to the fullness of cosmic life, than it is a saving from the world.'[Girardot, 1983:198]

31.

'Gary, check out www.netmar.com/~maat/archive/dec2/boerman.htm Could that gay man of the Forbidden Letters be part of that 'new breed of people'?" [Message to Gary Osborn on his website/Don Willis on the Forbidden Letters]

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MLvq73TX94&feature=related 

32.

'Photons who form a beam behave like intelligent beings.'[Max Planck]

33.

'In 1961 the Princeton physicist Robert Dicke [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_H._Dicke ] pointed out that life could not exist at any random time in the history of the universe, but only after the universe had reached a certain age. Thus, the physical constant known as the Hubble Age [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubble's_law ] of the universe "is not permitted to take on an enormous range of values, but is somewhat limited by the biological requirements to be met during the epoch of man."- '[Dick, 1998:254/my emphasis]

34.

'It is possible, John Wheeler [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Archibald_Wheeler  ] suggested, that in the same way that quantum physics found the observer and the observed to have a close and totally unexpected relationship, the study of the physical world "will lead back in some now-hidden way to man himself, to conscious mind, tied unexpectedly through the very acts of observation and participation to partnership in the foundation of the universe." -'[Dick, 1998:256/my emphasis]

35.

'The world is my projection.'[The Paris 4]

36.

'Wherefore it is said that the Stone is in every man.'[Albertus Magnus]

37.

'In this Stone lies hidden all that God and Eternity, heaven, the stars and the elements contain and are able to do. There never was from eternity anything better or more precious than this. It is in a simple form and has the power of the whole Deity in it.'[Jacob Boehme]

38.

'Adonai (i.e. God/Berg) is sometimes called lapis (i.e. stone/Berg), for the latter is the foundation of the whole fabric of the world.'[Jung quoting from the Cabala Denudata/my emphasis]

39.

'(...) will lead back in some now-hidden way to man himself, to conscious mind, tied unexpectedly through the very acts of observation and participation to partnership in the foundation of the universe.'[John Wheeler/my emphasis]

40.

'Man is a mortal God, and God an immortal man' [Corpus Hermeticum/chief theorem in Alchemy]


© Ingo L. Berg - MMX


References

  • Ulmschneider, Peter, Intelligent Life in the Universe, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany 2003

  • Jung, Carl G., Mysterium Coniunctionis, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J., USA, 1970

  • Stein, James D., How Math Explains the World, Harper Collins, New York, USA 2008

  • Plait, Philip, Bad Astronomy, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, USA, 2002

  • Golan, A., Myth and Symbol, Symbolism in Prehistoric Religion, Publisher n.n., Jerusalem, Israel, 1991

  • Dick, Steven J., Life on Other Worlds, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 1998

  • Girardot, N.J., Myth and Meaning in Early Taoism, University of California Press, Berkeley, Ca., USA, 1983


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