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Mystery School Politix

Exposing The Secret Societies in Deep Politics. Join us for a Special LiveStream as Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt goes deep on Mystery School Influence (Good and Bad) in Deep Politics! Featuring Live Q&A with DJ and Miss Olivia!

Gurdjieff’s Mystery Warning

The Dark Journalist ventures into the spiritual realm with a program that explores the works of the great mystics of the early 20th century.

The key focus here is on George Gurdjieff, the philosopher and spiritual teacher, who called his brand of ancient wisdom “the Fourth Way.” This involved blending together the traditional pathways of the fakir, the monk and the yogi.

Much of what Gurdjieff taught came to be documented and spread by the Russian philosopher P.D. Ouspensky and the so-called Mystery Schools. It’s a timely subject as Gurdjieff did much of his research in Afghanistan, although he disseminated this knowledge primarily in Russia and later, in Paris.


Learning To Use The Force

In the movie Star Wars, the force is a mysterious energy field created by life that binds the galaxy together. Harnessing the power of the Force gives the Jedi, the Sith and others sensitive to this spiritual energy extraordinary abilities, such as levitating objects, tricking minds and seeing things before they happen.

While mainstream Scientists and academia are mostly skeptical about a “real world” explanation for the Force, mystery school religions take it very seriously and teach its adherents how to work with similar subtle bio-energetic phenomena on a gradient. More from Robert Sepehr,  anthropologist and author.

Occult Order Of Green Dragon

There are numerous ancient orders and mystery schools, since antiquity, that have dealt in matters pertaining to the soul. Unlike the modern medical field that addresses the body as a physical biological organism, these occult organizations train the initiate or adept to transcend the limitations perceived by western medicine, and to act upon his or her surroundings in a more direct way. More from Robert Sepehr, anthropologist and author.


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