CTF/ITLAD suggests a very specific structure as to what happens to human consciousness at the point of death. In his writings Anthony Peake also considers that all the elements of CTF can be found in Gnostic teachings. He proposes that the great Gnostic philosophers and writers of the past had an awareness of CTF and described it in esoteric language. The same applies to the great mystic and occult schools of Europe and Asia. Have you an opinion on this? Do you agree that writers such as Crowley, Blake, Blavatsky, Gurdjeif and Ouspensky (and many others) were describing elements of ITLAD in a different form. Was CTF the real secret of the Cathars?
Dreams obviously fit into most sections on this forum, however having a specific dream section would allow a running diary of our interconnected dreamlife.
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I agree, dream section would be useful
"Beyond a certain point, the whole universe becomes a continuous process of initiation."
Robert Anton Wilson
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This post has a point. In dreams there is a lot to be said for our reality. With the communication I make with my daemon/silent self is similar to dreaming.
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