The Lost Symbol

Cover of "The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon...

Cover of The Lost Symbol (Robert Langdon, No. 3)

The Lost Symbol

by Dan Brown


The mind sits like a capstone atop the physical body.  The Philosopher’s Stone.  Through the staircase of the spine, energy ascends and descends, circulating, connecting the heavenly mind to the physical body.

The body is indeed a temple.

Fittingly, these lower realms contain the twelve ancient astrological signs, which represent the primordial religion of those first human souls who looked to the heavens and saw the hand of God in the movement of the stars and planets.

Circumpunct – a universal symbol for God, the Sun, Gold-alchemy, singularity

The Mysteries are all about the god within you . . . man as god.  The Bible is all about God above you . . . and man as a powerless sinner.

Know you not that ye are gods?

The only difference between you and God is that you have forgotten you are Divine.

The human mind was the only technology the ancients had at their disposal.  The early philosophers studied it relentlessly.

You are the temple of God.

Build the temples of your mind.

Second coming is the coming of man – the moment when mankind finally builds the temple of his mind.

Brain scans of yogis – the human brain in advanced states of focus will physically create a wax like substance from the pineal gland.  Brain secretion – has an incredible healing effect, can literally regenerate cells and may be one of the reasons yogis live so long.  The substance can only be created by a mind that is highly tuned to a deeply focused state.

Our brain if used correctly can call forth powers that are quite literally superhuman.

Within a matter of years, modern man will be forced to accept what is now unthinkable:  our minds can generate energy capable of transforming physical matter.  Particles react to our thoughts.

Which means our thoughts have the power to change the world.

God is very real – a mental energy that pervades everything.  And we, as human beings, have been created in that image.

Our physical bodies have evolved over the ages, but it was our minds that were created in the image of  God  . . . it’s not our physical bodies that resemble God, it’s our minds.

We are gazing skyward, waiting for God . . .never realizing that God is waiting for us.

We are creators, and yet we naively play the role of the created.

If thoughts affect the world, then we must be very careful how we think.

You do have the capacity, but you’ll need an enormous amount of practice to manifest it.

See also:

1.  Anything by Bruce Lipton

2.  Entangled Minds by Dean Radin

3.  The Field by Lynne McTaggart

4.  The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot

5.  The Source Field by David Wilcox


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