Definition of Cosmic Philosophy iii
Introduction - The Truth about Truth 1
Magnificent Perception 5
Perception and Conception 15
What Is Consciousness? 19
Body, Mimd and Consciousness 23
Conscious and Sub-conscious Mimd 28
Man Is a Four Sense Being 31
The Highway of Progress 36
To Be Bom Again 45
Emotional Balance 48
Free Will or Self-Hypnotism? 52
The Language of the Cosmos 61
The Chemical Universe 66
Ancient Wisdom or Modern Progress? 69
Past Civilizations 75
The Parable of the Apple Tree 82
The Triterians had no religion as it is accepted today - they were a race of scientists, for they worked not on
supposition or myth but on facts. They had no gods but recognized the all-intelligent force and themselves as
expressers of it. They did not make the mistake of allowing their mortal mind to judge the creator for they
understood cause and effect. They gave no thought to any division between themselves and the cosmic
consciousness; they acted with a freedom and assurance of results. Therefore life was peaceful and
harmonious. They were not bound by gods or devils for their only state of awareness was that of
interblended action. They recognized the necessity of duality in creation but they did not separate
the force into good and evil.
Due to the lack of friction or resistance to the life force their bodies remained always youthful and death
as we know it did not exist.
Cosmic Philosophy by George Adamski page 80.
This book describe the way back home to the impersonal life united with the cosmic cause.
A life with a receptive mind that can think Gods ideas and express the God life and living with love to the
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and the extraterristials. The teaching of Cosmic Philosophy by George Adamski is so important and
interesting, that it should be on the bookshelves in everyone's home.
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