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23 October 2021

Patience will help you face the coming trials.

We all need to assimilate our life experiences more thoroughly. Patience, Kirdudian tells us, is a most beautiful lesson, think then that patience will help you face the coming trials with greater spiritual strength.

Adapted—Migęne Gonzalez-Wippler, What Happens After Death, Scientific & Personal Evidence for Survival, 1997, Llewellyn Publications, Minnesota, U. S. A., Part Two, Kirkudian, 4, Many Worlds, 157


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21 October 2021

BLASTS from THE RAM'S HORN

Blasts from The Ram's Horn


Your spiritual guide remains by your side.

When you hear whispering thoughts of spring and its sweet blossoms into your ears, reminding you that you have the strength to overcome illness and that it is necessary for you to get well because you have something very important to do, know that these suggestions and thoughts are emanating from an intelligence alien to your own and that your spiritual guide remains by your side.


Shaman of Olkhon-Valentin Hagdaev; Olkhon (Baikal) | Аркадий Зарубин at Russian Wikipedia | Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Divine law mandates the free will of all material beings.

 Divine law mandates the free will of all material beings.


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This is part of your free will.

A spirit-soul may always choose to accept or reject a mission when offered by its guides, as this is part of its free will.


Dr Strangelove trying to resist his alien hand | Dr Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) | Directed by Stanley Kubrick, distributed by Columbia Pictures

Your every wish is a command promptly obeyed.

Don't you know that your every wish is a command that is promptly obeyed? 


The screenshot of the American traditional animated short film, Foney Fables, part of the Merrie Melodies series | Leon Schlesinger Productions (later known as Warner Bros Cartoons (1944-1969))

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19 October 2021

Your spiritual guide stays constantly by your side.

Your spiritual guide stays constantly by your sideday and nightby your sideinspiring you and strengthening your will against all the obstacles you have to face. And strengthen your will to triumph. 


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Accept sorrow with resignation.

By accepting sorrow with resignation, the spiritual person advances in his or her evolutionary path and ascends toward the divine light.


All Souls' Day | Jakub Schikaneder (1855–1924) | National Gallery Prague

All souls must go through the physical experience.

Kirkudian*, a highly evolved entity, describes his first experience with the material world. 

All new souls are innocent. They arrive on the material plane with no concept of what life and living is all about. Their mission is to learn the lessons of the material worldto exist in matterstriving always to purify it without allowing themselves to be contaminated by its powerful emanations. This is not an easy task, and very few souls are able to accomplish their missions in their first incarnations. The material world is dense, and its vibrations can be overwhelming. Most incarnated souls are strongly influenced by matter and wind up losing contact with the higher realms to which they really belong. This is often inevitable because all souls must go through the physical experience, which in turn obliterates the astral echoes, making it difficult for the young soul to remember its mission and its true origin.

At the end of each material existence, the soul has learned new lessons. If it has allowed itself to be overpowered by the material world andin consequencehas broken the cosmic laws, it must repeat the same experience repeatedly until it has learned its lessons without breaking the laws.

The first lesson all souls must learn is pain. The soul is immune to pain because it is perfect. Pain is an expression of the imperfection of the material world. The soul knows this, but the body does not. It may suspect the truth, but the power of matter and the apparent evidence of the senses fill it with confusion. The body believes only what it sees—what it perceives to be reality—which is why it suffers pain, whether moral or physical.

*Migęne Gonzalez-Wippler, What Happens After Death, Scientific & Personal Evidence for Survival, 1997, Llewellyn Publications, Minnesota, U. S. A., Part Two, Kirkudian, 2 The First Lesson, 134


Depiction of a soul being carried to heaven by two angels | William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905)

The pilgrimage of the soul is through matter.

In the spiritual state, a soul's very essence is enough to identify it.

As spirit-souls, we are obliged to complete our sojourn on the material plane. In her preamble to part two, Kirkudian, What happens after death? Scientific & Personal Evidence for Survival, author, Migęne Gonzalez-Wippler, writes that the second part of the book deals with the various incarnations of a spirit who calls himself Kirkudian. This highly evolved entity chose to tell his story, Kirkudian's Story, of his various incarnations, on earth, and in other worlds.

Kirkudian tells us that a soul's pilgrimage represents the sum of incarnations through which the spirit-soul must journey for its purification. When the cycle of incarnations ends, the spirit-soul is offered a choice. It may remain in whatever level of the astral plane its evolutionary path has prepared it for, or it may return to the material world of its choice as either a guide or protector of one of its inhabitants. In certain cases, the soul may choose to become the guide to the collective soul of the race. It may do so as valour, love, peace, faith, hope, compassion, or any of the many virtues that help material beings overcome their baser instincts.

Migęne Gonzalez-Wippler, What Happens After Death, Scientific & Personal Evidence for Survival, 1997, Llewellyn Publications, Minnesota, U. S. A., Part Two, Kirkudian, 127


The Pilgrim of the Cross at the End of His Journey | Thomas Cole (1801–1848) | Smithsonian American Art Museum

How to overcome your misery, to ignore the pain.

How to overcome your misery, to ignore the pain and rise above it.

The first lesson all souls must learn is pain. The soul is immune to pain because it is perfect. Pain is an expression of the imperfection of the material world. The soul knows this, but the body does not. It may suspect the truth, but the power of matter and the apparent evidence of the senses fill it with confusion. The body believes only what it sees—what it perceives to be reality—which is why it suffers pain, whether moral or physical.

—Kirkudian

Remember that positive affirmations require regular practice if you want to make lasting, long-term changes to the ways you think and feel. Remember too that pain is simply a manifestation of the physical body. In reality, it does not exist.

Get into a relaxed state, bypassing the conscious mind, and repeat, with feeling, that your soul is immune to pain because it is perfect. Affirm this spiritual truth a hundred times or more a day. Ideally, listen to the sound of soothing brain music while you affirm—



Wolcott's instant pain annihilator, advertising poster, 1863 | United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division

Migęne Gonzalez-Wippler, What Happens After Death, Scientific & Personal Evidence for Survival, 1997, Llewellyn Publications, Minnesota, U. S. A., Part Two, Kirkudian, 2 The First Lesson, 134

Neuroplastix, Change the Brain; Relieve the Pain; Transform the Person, Brain Rhythms, Workbook Page 57; accessed 18 October 2021,http://www.neuroplastix.com/styled-2/page123/styled-75/brainrhythms.html

17 October 2021

YE ARE GODS was not said in a merely figurative sense.

Ye are gods was not said in a merely figurative sense. 

But in many, the writer suspects, He lies asleep. 

You must know that the God-within will sleep until you wake Him.


Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)

I will remember what I should remember.

 I will remember what I should remember.


Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)

Share your knowledge with other people.

Share your knowledge with other people.


Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)

We all have abilities far beyond what we use.

 We all have abilities far beyond what we use.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

There are many souls in different dimensions.

There are many dimensions, many souls in different dimensions. Each plane is a level of higher consciousness. What plane you go to depends upon how far you have progressed. 

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

We carry our vices over with us to another life.

We carry our vices over with us to another life. Only we can rid ourselves of the bad habits that we accumulate when we are in a physical state.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Do we choose the time and manner of our birth and death?

 Do we choose the time and manner of our birth and death? 

Yes; we choose when we will come and leave the physical state. We know when we have accomplished what we were sent down to accomplish. We know when the time is up, for we know that we can get nothing more out of our life in the physical state. When we have had the time to rest and re-energise our souls, we are allowed to choose re-entry back into the physical state. Those who hesitate and who are unsure of their return into the physical state might lose the chance that was given them, a chance to fulfil what they must when they are in a physical state. 

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

What should you do, and I do, to make ourselves better?

 What should you do, and I do, to make ourselves better?

Everybody's path is basically the same. We all must learn certain attitudes while we are in a physical state. Some of us are quicker to accept them than others. Charity, hope, faith, lovewe must all know these things and know them well. It is not just one hope and one faith and one loveso many things feed into each one of these. There are so many ways to demonstrate them. And yet we have only tapped into a little bit of each one.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

The reward is in doing unselfishly.

You ask for rewards—rewards and justifications for your behaviour when there are no rewards, rewards you want. The reward is in doing but doing without expecting anything—doing unselfishly.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Truly, there really is no need to impress anyone.

 Truly, there really is no need to impress anyone.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

There is truly no reality so important as Love.

 There is truly no reality so important as Love. 

Love is. Love is.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

What would be your thoughts about the life you just left?

 What would be your thoughts about the life you just left?

There is a welcome and reassuring constancy. It is a time of comfort. The soul finds peace and serenity in the spiritual state. It is a wonderful feeling. The light is so brilliant. Everything comes from the light. Energy comes from the light. Your soul immediately goes there. It is like a power source. It knows how to heal. You are among your friends. They are all there. You see many people. Some are familiar; others are not.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Lessons about the dimensions after death.

Lessons about the dimensions after death, life and death, birth and rebirth

You must have patience—patience and timing—everything comes when it must come. 

You must accept what comes to you at a given time and not ask for more. 

Life is endless, so you never die—you were never really born. You just pass through different phases. 

There is no end. You have many dimensions. You are eternal.

Time is not as you see time, but rather is lessons that are learned.

You have lived countless times before and will live countless times again. 

Spirits are around to help you while you are in a physical state, and after death, in a spiritual state, you join these spirits, including your deceased loved ones. 

Guardian angels really do exist.

Acts of violence and injustices against people do not go unnoticed but have to be repaid in kind in other lives.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

We are all the same. One is no greater than the next.

 We are all the same. One is no greater than the next.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Realise that life is more than meets the eye.

 Keep an open mind. Get more data. Realise that life is more than meets the eye.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Remember the deeper meaning of life and death.

Remember the deeper meaning of life and death as a natural part of life. Be more patient, more empathic, more loving. Feel more responsible for your actions. Know there will be a price to pay, for what goes around truly does come around.

Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Listen to your dreams and intuitions.

Listen to your dreams and intuitions. When you listen, things seem to fall into place. When you do not, something invariably goes awry.


Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Use hope to heal.

 Use hope to heal.


Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

No one is greater than another.

No one is greater than another.


Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

Practice helping another.

 Practice helping another.



Gustav Klimt (1862–1918)

16 October 2021

Why? Why? Why?

There is a reason for everything. And we have neither the insight nor foresight to understand the reason. But with time and patience, it will come to Light.


Broadway Tower, Cotswolds, England | Photo-editor Newton2 from Wikimedia Commons | Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic

12 October 2021

You have within you the power of Christ.

You have within you the power of Christ to unfold your natural wisdom and interpret all things in His name.


Jesus and the Centurion | Paolo Veronese (1528–1588) | Museo del Prado

11 October 2021

Beauty cleans the mind.

“Wherever you are, at any moment, try and find something beautiful. A face, a line out of a poem, the clouds out of a window, some graffiti, a wind farm. Beauty cleans the mind.”

—Matt Haig


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08 October 2021

Light in the hour of darkness.

Where your secret thought is, there are you.  

—F. K. Davis

Flower of fields | Louis Janmot (1814–1892) | Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon | Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Treasured Thoughts

You are invited to receive the treasured thoughts grouped in the ten-minute perusal of this magical little book, Gems of Mysticism. 

In his foreword, compiler, F. K. Davis, compiler, writes— 

Golden in their wisdom and luminous with love, the treasured thoughts grouped in Gems of Mysticism have been to me as life itself. 

Meditate on them in gratitude and they shall give you Light in the hour of darkness, Courage in defeat, Faith in time of trial, Patience in adversity, Love when beset by hate, Wisdom in the midst of error, and the Key to find the Master whom you seek. 

Where your secret thought is, there are you. 

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdomaye, to the Heart of Love itself.


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Gems of Mysticism, Teachings of The Universal Religious Fellowship, Inc., Selected from the Writings of Dr and Mrs F. Homer Curtiss (founders); compiler, F. K. Davis, Chapter 1, Spiritual Growth, pp. The Curtiss Philosophic Book Company, 9—23 

Courage in defeat.

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdom—aye, to the Heart of Love itself.

—F. K. Davis


I am grateful for... | User Godfried from Wikimedia Commons, Utrecht | Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic

Meditate on these golden and luminous thoughts in gratitude.

Meditate on the treasured thoughts grouped in Gems of Mysticism in gratitude and they shall give you Light in the hour of darkness, Courage in defeat, Faith in time of trial, Patience in adversity, Love when beset by hate, Wisdom in the midst of error, and the Key to find the Master whom you seek. 

—F. K. Davis


A gratitude journal, where you can record things you are grateful for, thereby focusing your attention on the positive things in your life.

Faith in time of trial.

Where your secret thought is, there are you. 

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdomaye, to the Heart of Love itself.

—F. K. Davis


Adversity is not without comforts & hopes | 1915 Jambalaya (Tulane University yearbook) | Edith Mahier

Patience in adversity.

Golden in their wisdom and luminous with love, the treasured thoughts grouped herein have been to me as life itself. 

Meditate on them in gratitude and they shall give you Light in the hour of darkness, Courage in defeat, Faith in time of trial, Patience in adversity, Love when beset by hate, Wisdom in the midst of error, and the Key to find the Master whom you seek.

Where your secret thought is, there are you. 

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdomaye, to the Heart of Love itself. 

F.K. Davis


Theodor Axentowicz—Under the burden of adversity | Lwowska Galeria Obrazów, Auriga, Warsaw, Poland, 1990

07 October 2021

I have a message for those who are buried in the past.

The past is dead.

Bury the errors and wrongdoings so deep that they can never be resurrected.

The past belongs to God.





06 October 2021

Truly, there is magic in simplicity.

 Truly, there is magic in simplicity. 

Eric Burke

05 October 2021

I have a message for the dictators around the world.

Freedom House reports that democracy is under siege, and as a lethal pandemic, economic and physical insecurity, and violent conflict ravaged the world, democracy’s defenders sustained heavy new losses in their struggle against authoritarian foes, shifting the international balance in favour of tyranny.

Jesus had the power to conquer an earthly kingdom, but with that power came the wisdom to see how paltry and childish such ambitions are. 

The possession of dead riches is unworthy of the desire of an adult human soul.


Desire | The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1953 | Metropolitan Museum of Art

01 October 2021

Gems of Mysticism

You are invited to receive the treasured thoughts grouped in the ten-minute perusal of this magical little book, Gems of Mysticism. 


The Virgin and Child with Saint John and Angels (unfinished) | Michelangelo (1475–1564) | National Gallery, London

Love when beset by hate.

Golden in their wisdom and luminous with love, the treasured thoughts grouped herein have been to me as life itself. Meditate on them in gratitude and they shall give you Light in the hour of darkness, Courage in defeat, Faith in time of trial, Patience in adversity, Love when beset by hate, Wisdom in the midst of error, and the Key to find the Master whom you seek. Where your secret thought is, there are you. Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdomaye, to the Heart of Love itself. 

F.K. Davis


Portrait of Virginia Woolf (1882–1941) | George Charles Beresford (1864–1938) | Filippo Venturi Photography Blog

Wisdom in the midst of error.

Golden in their wisdom and luminous with love, the treasured thoughts grouped herein have been to me as life itself. Meditate on them in gratitude and they shall give you Light in the hour of darkness, Courage in defeat, Faith in time of trial, Patience in adversity, Love when beset by hate, Wisdom in the midst of error, and the Key to find the Master whom you seek. Where your secret thought is, there are you. Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdomaye, to the Heart of Love itself.

—F. K. Davis


structure of the Milky Way | NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESO/R. Hurt

The key to find the Master whom you seek.

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdom—aye, to the Heart of Love itself. 

F. K. Davis


NASA's DSCOVR EPIC—Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdom.

Let this little book guide you into the Gates of Wisdom—aye, to the Heart of Love itself. 

—F. K. Davis


Earthrise (1968) | NASA/Bill Anders

30 September 2021

What are the 5 steps to a happier life?

 What are the 5 steps to a happier life?


Infographic based on Jonathan Haidt's The Happiness Hypothesis—Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, 2005, Basic Books, New York | Leo Romero | Creative | Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported