Death and the circulations of the cosmos

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  • English
Point Loma Publications , San Diego, Calif
Theosophy., Death -- Miscell
StatementG. de Purucker.
SeriesEsoteric teachings ;, 11-12
LC ClassificationsBP565.P8 D43 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2411682M
ISBN 100913004626, 0913004634
LC Control Number87062112

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Section Death and the Circulations of the Cosmos — I Part 1. The Oneness of all Life The Causal Aspects of Death The Process of Disimbodiment The Panoramic Vision The Pranas or Vital Essences Part 2. Physical Death — an Electromagnetic Phenomenon Kama-loka and the Second Death The Four States of Consciousness.

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Finished reading "The Book of the Cosmos" by Dennis Danielson. If I knew where this book was going, I probably would not have pushed through reading the whole thing after putting it down twice. Written by a literature professor it is constructed with 85 chapters each selecting from various scientists, philosophers, theologians, novelists, poets Reviews: Enemy Infiltration - Preface is a book written by an anonymous spy working to topple the cosmic forces other than Death.

There are hints this may even be a dreadlord, which would have huge lore implications if they've been serving Death, not the Burning Legion, all along. The ultimate fate of the universe is a topic in physical cosmology, whose theoretical restrictions allow possible scenarios for the evolution and ultimate fate of the universe to be described and evaluated.

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