1 Esoterism has no common measure with
deliberate concealment of truth.
2 There is in man a cerebral intelligence and
also an innate intelligence.
3 Cerebral intelligence depends upon the
the recording of observed facts.
4 Intelligence-of-the-heart is purely a function
of experienced innate consciousness.
5 Fundamentally, consciousness has two aspects:
one is the result of comparisons, the other
6 Everything that lives, moves.
7 Appearance is the dualization of a single
principle and defines nature, or living spirit. 25
8 Becoming, or formation of substance into
matter, is the mystery of reflection.
9 When classifying becoming into kingdoms,
genesis is time, matter or formed substance
10 There are two possible functions of logic, one
cerebral or mechanical, the other vital.
11 The definition of anything whatsoever in the
natural or physical universe is innate
12 The disaggregation of any being can affect its
quantity through analysis or "mechanical
13 Innate consciousness is inscribed in matter
and is subject to all its transformations.
14 The faculty of "hearing" instinct and
translating it in the brain is intuition.
15 Rational universe and metaphysical universe
do not exist as essentially different entities. 61
16 Everything in the universe represents one of
the possibilities immanent in the Source
17 The symbol is a conventional representation.
The hieroglyph is direct, nonconventional
18 The Kabbalah, as revelation of the esoteric
meaning of the Testament of Moses, has given
rise to a very false notion of esoterism.
19 Esoterism is not a particular meaning hidden
in a text, but a state of fusion.
Esoterism has no common measure with deliberate
concealment of the truth, that is, with secrecy in
the conventional sense of the term.
If it were otherwise, writings such as the Egyptian
Pyramid Texts, the Vedas and U