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Inhaltsangabe zu "At the Portal to the final Lantern | MAGIC AND MYSTICISM OF THE THIRD MILLENIUM"
In his books, Emil Stejnar has brought magic and mysticism
from the world of Medieval miracles into the modern world
of scientific study. His ideas and discoveries are also recognised
in academic circles.
Annika, a young scientist has been abducted, and the life of her fiancé,
Prof. Berg, who is desperately searching for her, is also in danger.
They have data relating to an invention that will usher in a new
scientific era. A fanatical, ruthless cult and a powerful, unscrupulous
company want this secret. In a race against time, the trail leads to
Prague, where Prof. Berg awakes under mysterious circumstances
in a strange house after an accident.
"Awakening" is the central concern of all initiation and spiritual training.
This special state of consciousness, where a person understands
that they exist, is the basis of all self-determined personality
and the first goal of all occult traditions. “Most people believe that
staying "awake" is keeping their eyes and their senses open and their
body alert during the night. People are more convinced that they are
awake than of anything else; but in reality they are caught in a net
which they have woven themself from their thoughts and feelings,
a net that is a phantasm from which dreams are made. They remain
dreamers.” These words come from the works of Gustav Meyrink,
who understood, explained and described the mystery of awakening
like no other spiritual researcher.
In this gripping thriller, "awakening" is illuminated from various
different points of view. The evocative imagery, interwoven with
well known and less known quotations from the works of Gustav
Meyrink, draws the reader ever deeper into the world of the protagonist,
where dream and reality can no longer be told apart. This
Kafkaesque disorientation and the instruction provided trigger the
awakening that, like an initiation, leads to a new understanding of
Anyone who knows Stejnar and Meyrink should read this book.