The Ether Of Life

Tesla said that the ether is acted upon by the life-giving creative force. The ether is thrown into “infinitesimal whirls” (“micro helices”) at near the speed of light, becoming ponderable matter.

Then the force subsides and motion ceases. Matter reverts to the ether (a form of “atomic decay”).

Mankind can harness these processes, too:

-Precipitate matter from the ether
-Create whatever he wants with the matter and energy derived
-Alter the earth’s size
-Control earth’s seasons (weather control)
-Guide earth’s path through the Universe, like a space ship
-Cause the collisions of planets to produce new suns and stars, heat, and light
-Originate and develop life in infinite forms

Interestingly, Tesla went beyond inventions and was onto something big.

In fact, when we read about Nikola Tesla’s ‘ether’ we realize how far ahead of the rest of the world this brilliant mind actually was.

“I have worked out in all details and hope to give to the world very soon. It explains the causes of this force and the motions of heavenly bodies under its influence so satisfactorily that it will put an end to idle speculation and false conceptions, as that of curved space.

“Only the existence of a Weld of force can account for the motions of the bodies as observed, and its assumption dispenses with space curvature. All literature on this subject is futile and destined to oblivion. So are all attempts to explain the workings of the universe without recognizing the existence of the ether and the indispensable function it plays in the phenomena.”

All of the above could be interpreted as if Tesla was saying that through science, mankind could effectively become one with the creator.

Limitless powers are already here, we don’t have to invent it, we just have to find a way to see it, feel it, and harness it.

Tesla may have found a way, but the rest of mankind was not ready for it.


Aether (classical element)

According to ancient and medieval science, aether (/ˈiːθər/, alternative spellings include æther, aither, and ether), also known as the fifth element or quintessence, is the material that fills the region of the universe beyond the terrestrial sphere.[1] The concept of aether was used in several theories to explain several natural phenomena, such as the propagation of light and gravity. In the late 19th century, physicists postulated that aether permeated space, providing a medium through which light could travel in a vacuum, but evidence for the presence of such a medium was not found in the Michelson–Morley experiment, and this result has been interpreted as that no luminiferous aether exists.[2]

Mythological origins

The word αἰθήρ (aithḗr) in Homeric Greek means “pure, fresh air” or “clear sky”.[3] In Greek mythology, it was thought to be the pure essence that the gods breathed, filling the space where they lived, analogous to the air breathed by mortals.[4] It is also personified as a deity, Aether, the son of Erebus and Nyx in traditional Greek mythology.[5] Aether is related to αἴθω “to incinerate”,[6] and intransitive “to burn, to shine” (related is the name Aithiopes (Ethiopians; see Aethiopia), meaning “people with a burnt (black) visage”).[7][8]

According to Hesiod’s Theogony, which contained the “standard” Greek genealogy of the gods,[4] Aether was the offspring of Erebus and Nyx, and the brother of Hemera.[5] However, other early sources give other genealogies. According to one, the union of Erebus and Nyx resulted in Aether, Eros, and Metis (rather than Aether and Hemera), while according to another, Aether and Nyx were the parents of Eros (in Hesiod, the fourth god to come into existence after Chaos, Gaia (Earth), and Tartarus).[6] Others tell us that Uranus (Sky) (in Hesiod, the son of Gaia) was Aether’s son, and that “everything came from” Aether.[7]

Fifth element

In Plato’s Timaeus (58d) speaking about air, Plato mentions that “there is the most translucent kind which is called by the name of aether (αἰθήρ)”[9] but otherwise he adopted the classical system of four elements. Aristotle, who had been Plato’s student at the Academy, agreed on this point with his former mentor, emphasizing additionally that fire has sometimes been mistaken for aether.

Etheric force

Etheric force is a term Thomas Edison coined to describe a phenomenon later understood as high frequency electromagnetic waves—effectively, radio. Edison believed it was the mysterious force that some believed pervaded the ether.

At the end of 1875, Edison and his assistants were experimenting with the Acoustic Telegraph when they noticed that a rapidly vibrating spark gap produced a spark in an adjacent relay.[1] Subsequent investigation showed that the phenomenon could be made to occur at a distance of several feet without interconnecting cables. Edison, with this small amount of evidence, announced that it was “a true unknown force”,[2] since he believed that the spark transmitted electricity without carrying any charge.[3] Edison concluded that this discovery had the potential to cheapen telegraphic communication and to allow transatlantic cables to be laid without insulation. He was also interested in finding new forces as a means for providing scientific explanations for spiritualist, occult and other allegedly supernatural phenomena following his disenchantment with Helena Blavatsky’s Theosophy.

Energeia (Aristotle)


    Energeia ( _gr. ἐνέργεια) is an important Greek technical term in the works of Aristotle. The two components of his coinage indicate something being “in work”. It is the etymological source of the modern word “energy” but the term has evolved so much during Western History that this link is no longer helpful in understanding the original Aristotelian term.

    Many translators into English appear to make no effort to find one single English word for “energeia” in their translations. One American scholar, Joe Sachs, attempts to translate it literally as a “being at work,” although most frequently terms derived from Latin translations like activity and actuality are used, attempting to give the sense of something which is more than just potentially existent.


    At “Nicomachean Ethics” I.viii.1098b33 the relative importance of activity or being at work is made clear, and the matter is also discussed in “Metaphysics” VIII-IX. Aristotle claims that pleasure, as opposed to the popular view of an emptiness that needs to be fulfilled, actually consists in energeia of the human body and mind (Book X). Thus, he would claim that eating is pleasurable in the sense that it allows the human digestive system to fully function, sex is pleasurable for the same reason with the reproductive system, and activities such as studying mathematics or admiring art are pleasurable because they are an energeia with respect to the mind.

    Aristotle also contrasts “energeia” with “dunamis” and “hexis”, in various places. See “Eudemian Ethics” II.i.1218b and “Nicomachean Ethics” I.viii.1098b33. And it is sometimes compared to kinesis (movement or perhaps sometimes change). See “Metaphysics” IX.iii.1047a.


    Plotinus in his Enneads sought to reconcile the dialectical position of Aristotle with the one of Plato and Socrates. Plotinus’ taught that the one, or Monad was force (in it’s emmunation of the demiurge or nous was called energeia) as that which is motionless but sets all (as force or dunamis) in motion. This reconciled Plato’s good and beautiful, with Aristotle’s Unmoved Mover as energy.


All that exists in the three worlds rests in the control of prana. As a mother protects her children, O prana, protect us and give us splendor and wisdom. —Prashna Upanishad 2.13

The five main faculties of our nature—the mind, breath (prana), speech, hearing, and sight—were arguing about which was the most important. To resolve the dispute they decided that each would leave the body in turn to see whose absence was missed most. First speech left, yet the body continued to flourish though it was mute. Next the eye departed, yet the body flourished though blind. Then the ear left, yet the body thrived though deaf. Finally the mind left, yet still the body lived on, though it was now unconscious. But the moment the prana started to leave, the body began to die. The other faculties were rapidly losing their life-force, so they all rushed to prana, admitted its supremacy, and begged it to stay.

This is an old Vedic story, slightly different versions of which are found in various Upanishads. The argument in the beginning represents the ordinary human condition in which our faculties are not integrated, but compete with each other for control of our attention. When prana leaves, it becomes clear that prana gives energy to all our faculties, without which none of them can function. Thus the moral of this story is that to control these faculties, one must control the prana.

To bring about positive transformations in body and mind we must understand the energy through which they work. This force is called prana in Sanskrit, meaning “primary energy,” sometimes translated as “breath” or “vital force,” though it is actually something more. The different forms through which prana expresses itself are seldom examined in depth in Western literature on yoga, and for this reason the science of prana, which is vast and profound, is rarely understood.

Prana has many levels of meaning, from the physical breath to the energy of consciousness itself. Prana is not only the basic life-force, it is the original creative power. It is the master form of all energy working at every level of our being. Indeed the entire universe is a manifestation of prana. Even kundalini shakti, the serpent power or inner energy which transforms our consciousness, develops from awakened prana.

On a cosmic level there are two aspects of prana. The first is unmanifest, the energy of pure consciousness, which transcends all creation. The second, or manifest prana, is the force of creation itself. The purusha, or higher Self, can be said to be unmanifest prana, the energy of consciousness itself, called devatma shakti or chiti shakti. From the unmanifest prana of pure awareness comes the manifest prana of creation, through which the entire universe comes into being.


Everything in creation is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. In living beings, energy flows not only from physical nourishment, but through the body in pathways known as meridians and in energy centres called chakras. Chi, (Qi or Ki) is the energy of life itself, a balance of Yin and Yang, positive and negative, electromagnetic energy which flows through everything in creation. So Chi can possibly be described as an electromagnetic phenomenon, as a form of light energy, as a form of  bio-electromagnetic energy or electricity.


Akasha is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “ether” and with the root word, kas, meaning “to be visible,” “sky,“ “atmosphere” or “open space.” It is used in traditional Indian cosmology and is also present in some examples of Western spiritualism.

In Hinduism, it is used to mean the essence of everything that exists in the material world. It is one of the five elements that make up the pancha mahabhuta, with the others being earth, fire, air and water.


In Melanesian and Polynesian cultures, mana is a supernatural force that permeates the universe.[1] Anyone or anything can have mana. They believed it to be a cultivation or possession of energy and power, rather than being a source of power.[1] It is an intentional force.[1]

Mana has been discussed mostly in relation to cultures of Polynesia, but also of Melanesia, notably the Solomon Islands[2][3] and Vanuatu.[4][5][6][7][8]

In the 19th century, scholars compared mana to similar concepts such as the orenda of the Iroquois Indians and theorized that mana was a universal phenomenon that explained the origin of religions.[1]


Orenda /ˈɔːrɛndə/ is the Haudenosaunee name for a certain spiritual energy inherent in people and their environment. It is an “extraordinary invisible power believed by the Iroquois Native Americans to pervade in varying degrees in all animate and inanimate natural objects as a transmissible spiritual energy capable of being exerted according to the will of its possessor.”[1][2] Orenda is a collective power of nature’s energies through the living energy of all natural objects: animate and inanimate.[3]

Orgone Energy: Wilhelm Reich

The term orgone was used by Wilhelm Reich himself. It is best defined as the life energy force, which is found everywhere. Many ancient civilizations talked about this life energy force as well. The traditional Chinese culture, call this life energy Qi, and they’ve developed an ancient practice for cultivating and balancing this energy, a practice called Qi-gong. In the ancient Vedic texts from Hinduism, we can also find reference to this incredible life energy, which is called Prana and can also be utilized with the Kundalini energy.

Wilhelm Reich believed that if this form of energy could be properly optimized, it can help to heal the body functions and vitalize the human body. According to him, orgone energy can normalize the weather formation that will affect the body functions and help in the improvement of a sick person.

What Is the Meaning of the Hebrew Word Ruach?

If we understand the idea of God, especially the Holy Spirit, being like a breath or wind, we can grasp the meaning of the Hebrew word “Ruach.” This word refers to God as a breath, a wind, or a life force that sustains all living things, human beings included.

Tim: Pre, yeah. So the last line in the mention of the ruakh is the Hebrew word that gets translated as “spirit” or “wind.” Jon, why do I have spirit/wind there?

Jon: Because in Hebrew “ruakh” is translated “spirit.” It’s also translated “wind.” It’s also translated “breath.” Those three ideas that have three separate (00:14:00) words in English, have one word in Hebrew, which is ruakh. So in Hebrew, you don’t really think of those things as separate ideas. You think of them as kind of one idea.

Tim: They’re interconnected. It depends on context. Because if a ruakh is blowing in the trees, you don’t think of it as a person’s breath. But in the biblical imagination, you think of it as God’s breath.

Jon: Yeah. A very enchanted way to see the world.

Tim: It is.

Carissa: Yes. It’s the invisible life energy of a person or of God. But spirit, wind, and breath are all united by that idea.

Tim: Good. Okay. I think we talked about this years ago when we went through the Spirit of God conversations. (00:17:00) I mean, at its core it’s a metaphor. The basic image of ruakh of our experience for which we have a word is breath or wind. So invisible, animating energy. There’s an invisible energy that I breathe in and breathe out. And that’s ruakh.

And then I look out in the world, and I see the ruakh blowing in the trees and the grass. And that’s an animating energy. And it’s the very thing that I take in when I inhale. So calling God’s invisible, energizing presence ruakh is a metaphor. It’s taking my very physical experience, human experience of ruakh in and out and seeing ruakh work in the world and come into the conclusion that whatever beautiful mind is behind all of this, the first uncaused cause, so to speak, that generates and animates all of this and sustains it, this must be a result of that being’s ruakh.

Jon: The being’s animating energy.

Tim: Yeah. An invisible life (00:18:00) energizing, animating presence.

Carissa: Yeah, that’s sustaining life. Which is what the next link is all about, is how the ruakh animates humans.

Tim: Exactly right. You know, I’m recalling from years ago when we had this conversation, we were trying to find maybe a more … in our way of seeing the world, trying to find a category for it. I think for a while we camped out on the concept of bios, the life principle.

Jon: Oh, yeah.

Tim: And then I think we ended on energy.

Jon: We just called it energy.

Tim: Energy, yeah.

Jon: Yeah. Because your breath is connected to this idea of the energy. (00:20:00)

Tim: Energizes me.

Jon: Energizes you. The wind is energizing the air. And your spirits, this idea of your life force, yeah, what’s animating you? And those are all connected ideas.

Tim: Yeah, that’s right. So maybe just one—

Jon: But we got in trouble calling it energy because once you start getting into the theology of the Holy Spirit, the Holy Spirit’s more than just an animating life force.

Tim: Yeah, that’s right.

Jon: The Holy Spirit is—

Carissa: A person.

Tim: That’s right. And even though we said in the video it’s God’s personal energizing presence, people were still a little dismayed that we used the word “energy.”

Carissa: Yeah. Because you weren’t trying to say it’s just energy. But it’s like energetic—

Tim: It’s personal energizing presence. But that doesn’t mean it’s not energy. It means it’s energy that comes from personal … just personal source.

Carissa: Great. I’d love to be a personal energizing presence or have one.

resonance – Beings of frequency

RESONANCE is a sensational eye opening documentary which reveals the harm we are doing by existing in an ocean of man made wireless frequencies.

Two billion years ago life first arrived on this planet; a planet, which was filled with a natural frequency. As life slowly evolved, it did so surrounded by this frequency. and Inevitably, it began tuning in.

By the time mankind arrived on earth an incredible relationship had been struck; a relationship that science is just beginning to comprehend.

Research is showing that being exposed to this frequency is absolutely integral to us. It controls our mental and physical health, it synchronizes our circadian rhythms, and it aids our immune system and improves our sense of wellbeing.

Not only are we surrounded by natural frequencies, our bodies are filled with them too. Our cells communicate using electro magnetic frequencies. Our brain emits a constant stream of frequencies and our DNA delivers instructions, using frequency waves. Without them we couldn’t exist for more than a second.

This delicate balance has taken billions of years to perfect. But over the last 25 years the harmony has been disturbed. and disturbed dramatically.

Mankind has submerged itself in an ocean of artificial frequencies. They are all around us, filling the air and drowning out the earth’s natural resonance.

To the naked eye the planet appears to be the same. But at a cellular level it is the biggest change that life on earth has endured; the affects of which we are just starting to see and feel.

The INVISIBLE RAINBOW: A History of Electricity and Life – Arthur Firstenberg


5g is being rolled out across the country, despite growing evidence that it is disruptive to our health, our safety, and the environment. The Invisible Rainbow is the groundbreaking story of electricity as it’s never been told before―exposing its very real impact on the biosphere and human health.

Over the last 220 years, society has evolved a universal belief that electricity is ‘safe’ for humanity and the planet. Scientist and journalist Arthur Firstenberg disrupts this conviction by telling the story of electricity in a way it has never been told before―from an environmental point of view―by detailing the effects that this fundamental societal building block has had on our health and our planet.

In The Invisible Rainbow, Firstenberg traces the history of electricity from the early eighteenth century to the present, making a compelling case that many environmental problems, as well as the major diseases of industrialized civilization―heart disease, diabetes, and cancer―are related to electrical pollution.

“Few individuals today are able to grasp the entirety of a scientific subject and present it in a highly engaging manner . . . Firstenberg has done just that with one of the most pressing but neglected problems of our technological age.”―BRADLEY JOHNSON,MD, Amen Clinic, San Francisco

“[A] masterpiece.”―Celia Farber, investigative journalist

“This seminal book…will transform your understanding …of the environmental and health effects of electricity and radio frequencies”―Paradigm Explorer

Rudolf Steiner on the Effects of Radiant Electricity and Electromagnetic Technology

“Bear in mind that in the Weimar that Goethe frequented – and in the other places he went – there were no telegraph wires anywhere about, no telegraph cables or the like. The atmosphere there was not riddled with telegraph wires with electric power lines. And now just think for a moment how finely made the instruments all around us are, into which electricity is being conducted. Human beings have devices like these in front of them and all around them. People over there in America are beginning to suspect that this has an influence on the physical human being too – the fact that he has these electric power lines and the like buzzing all around him.

When Goethe traveled the world there were no electric currents induced in the body. Today you can travel far and wide, but you can never get so far away that these electric cables do not follow you. They are continuously inducing currents in you. Goethe was not exposed to such currents. All this robs human beings of their physical body; it brings the physical body into a condition in which the soul simply cannot enter into it.

We must be quite clear about this: in the days when there were no electric currents, when there were no electric wires buzzing in the air, it was easier to be human. In those days these Ahrimanic forces were not there, constantly robbing us of our body even when we are awake. It was not necessary then for people to make such efforts in order to approach the spirit. That is why it is necessary today to muster far stronger spiritual forces merely to remain human than it was a hundred years ago.

Here, of course, the whole role of electricity in nature needs to be considered. It’s of some comfort to know that at least in America, where people are developing a better gift of observation than here in Europe, voices can be heard saying that human beings will no longer be able to grow and develop as they used to, now that the whole atmosphere has electric currents and radiations running through it. This has an effect on the entire development of the human being. It even makes a difference whether the trains in a given area have steam engines or are electrified. The effects of steam can be recognized, but electricity has a terribly unconscious way of working – people simply cannot tell where certain things are coming from.

Nowadays both radiant and conducted electricity are being used above ground to carry news as quickly as possible from one place to another. The effect of the radiant electricity on the people living in the midst of it will be that they will no longer be able to comprehend the news that is transmitted so quickly. Electricity gradually wipes our comprehension. This effect is already noticeable today; you can already see that people have a harder time comprehending things that come toward them than they did a few decades ago It is a hopeful sign that at least in America some insight into these things is evident. . . .


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Key quotes from books and deeper research

Key quotes from books and deeper research II

Simple Transmutation Techniques and Its Effects

“The Spirit of Seeing” – An eye opening story

Sexual Transmutation Guide – Breath Work

A research on the relationship between ejaculation and serum testosterone level in men

The authors found that the fluctuations of testosterone levels from the 2nd to 5th day of abstinence were minimal. On the 7th day of abstinence, however, a clear peak of serum testosterone appeared, reaching 145.7% of the baseline ( P < 0.01).

The Incredible Hank (S08 E04)

Season 8, Episode 4

Peggy suspects that Hank suffers from Irritable Male Syndrome and begins spiking his coffee with testosterone, turning Hank from low-energy everyman to muscled go-getter.

The Secret of Eternal Youth” – Param Pujya Sant Shri Asaramji Bapu

Vital Energy is the essence of Your Body. Preservation of it is the key to longevity of youthfulness.

“The body is the soul’s instrument to perform righteous actions.”

All spiritual disciplines are performed through the body. If the body is weak and sickly, the mind becomes similarly afflicted. To attain success in any enterprise, it is essential that both the body and the mind are healthy and function in harmony and synchronicity. That is why an aged person is unfit to undertake Sadhana (spiritual discipline). The unbridled gratification of desires over the years drains away mental, vital and physical energies. Even if such a person possesses a strong will power, his body would not assist him. On the other hand, sadly, today’s Youth, in spite of having the physical ability to proceed on the path of Sadhana, are distracted by the objects of sense indulgence and fall a prey to carnal pleasures. Not appreciating the prime importance of sexual energy, they recklessly fritter it away through sensual indulgence, a folly that would later become a matter of life-long repentance for them.

Many young people, who are badly perturbed, come to me for guidance and help. They open up their hearts before me. They confess that through uncontrolled sexual indulgence they have lost mental, vital and physical energies with the result that their mind becomes sluggish, will power is lost and the body becomes languid and sickly. They live a miserable life seeing no way to redemption. They lament that, for them, Self-realisation will remain a distant dream and that they have somehow to drag along the remaining part of the life, aimlessly.

Throughout history, great sages, saints, and seers have stressed the paramount importance of celibacy for leading a noble and sublime life. A person lacking in self- restraint and self-discipline can never make progress in any worthwhile endeavor nor can he be of any service to the society. A society made up of such people is unable to make any material or spiritual progress. Such degenerated societies disintegrate in the long run.


 Chapter 8 of “Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East Volume 2” – Baird T. Spalding

THE next morning Chancier Sen continued his talk. “I have been shown beyond a question of doubt that the human intelligence can be transmuted into Divine Intelligence. As this was made plain to me, I found that I could enter the Kingdom of God, and that that Kingdom was right within. Now’ I know that God is the only power, Omnipresent and Omniscient ; and that sin, discord, sickness, old age, and death belong only to a past experience. I now perceive the reality and know that I had been lost in the mist of illusion. Time and space have completely disappeared ; and I know that I now dwell in the subjective and that it belongs to the objective w r orld. Had it been possible for me to have held to the promptings and the glimpses the finer senses have revealed from time to time, howmany weary and anxious hours would I have been saved. While in youth I, like the greater portion of humanity, decided that there w r as but one life to live and that was the gratification of self in every way; so I determined to get the most out of that life. I made self-seeking the principal aim in life, and I gave the animal passions full sway, with the result that I dissipated the life fluids of my body until it was but the empty shell that you first saw. Let me bring forth a picture that will more graphically illustrate my thoughts.”

He sat silent for a moment, and a picture like those already described appeared upon one wall of the room. This was the picture of himself as we had seen him a short time ago. It was that of an old man,
tottering along, leaning on his wooden staff. Following this was the likeness of the man as he appeared this morning. He continued, “The first represents the one who has dissipated the energies and life fluids of his body until nothing but the empty shell remains. The other represents the one who has conserved his energies and the vital life fluids within his body. You look upon this in my case as a complete and entire rejuvenation, which is true. But I look at it from another angle. How many could be as fortunate as I was, to have the help, sympathy, and assistance of those dear ones as I have had?

“In order that you may get my thought, let us follow the life of a person from birth to the end, as so many look upon death. The child is bom. It is unconscious of the life-carrying fluids which course through its body, as they are inactive because the organs that generate life fluids are inactive and not yet developed. During this stage of development, if the child is normal, it is beautiful, active, and bubbling over with life. The life fluids are built up stronger and stronger, until the child reaches the stage of development where the life fluids are active, and they may be dissipated. If this dissipation takes place, in a few years the child begins to show age. The eyes lose their luster, the body its activity and grace ; the features become set ; in a few more years the brain loses its power of co-ordination with the muscles, and the body is that of a decrepit old man or woman, but the empty shell of the former self.

“Then take the person who has conserved all the life fluids and allowed them to circulate in their natural course through the body, and see how strong and vigorous that one is. Should that one go. on always conserving the life fluids, even though he did not perceive any higher idea of life than to be born, live a short time upon this earth, then pass on, the span of that life would be extended from three to four times that of the person who has dissipated the life fluids. If he does perceive that there is a greater scheme in God’s plan for him, he will at all times conserve the life fluids in the body, as he soon finds that they are a necessary’ adjunct for perfect development.

“It was only a short time ago that your learned men began to know of the delicate system of arteries and veins composing the circulatory system of your bodies. It is still left for them to determine that there is a far more delicate and subtle circulatory system throughout the body, which carries the life force to every atom. Through your nervous system this life force is sent to a set of cells in the brain. These cells in turn act as a distributor for the force and it is sent out to every atom of the body, along the nerves, for which it has an affinity. It also acts as a protection for the nerves. If the life force is dissipated, the cells become set and can not change for the new cells (that are formed to take their place) and the new cells are thrown off instead of the old ones, which gradually decompose and die. If the life force is conserved, the cells change as readily at five hundred years as at ten.

“It will be found that when all the life force is conserved, the body can be so charged with life that you can speak life into all forms. You can paint a picture, model a statue, or take any of your handiwork that expresses your ideal and breathe the breath of life into it, and it will become alive. It will speak to you and to others who can see the life inspiration that you have spoken into it ; and it will be active because you, the Lord God of you, has spoken, and it is as He wills. But those forms will not assume the human, unless you carry them to the God Life. If you do give them life you must carry them through to the pure God Life ; then they are perfect forms, as you are perfect, and you have fulfilled your responsibility. This you will find is true genius.

“There is one vital error that I wish to point out. The genius, as you consider him, as he begins to develop, has consciously or unconsciously acquired the ability to conserve and send the life forces in their purity through their natural channels ; this condition has animated his body and the creative faculty, and he sees that there is something higher for him to express than the ordinary. While he conserves the life forces and gives them free rein, he will go on to more and more glorious achievements ; but if he allows sex lust to creep in, he quickly loses his creative power. The body has been first built up by conserving the life forces until the cells are of a finer texture than the lower order of person who has dissipated the life force. By this time the genius has risen to fame, and not having developed his deeper perceptive or God power, is carried away by selfglory. He forsakes his guiding light because he has not been fully awakened ; in the urge for greater excitement, he begins to dissipate the life forces, and quickly loses all power. For if man does raise his thought above the animal passions, and conserves the life forces until the body has begun to take on the finer texture, then allows himself to fall back, he will go back much more rapidly than one that has not been thus awakened.

“When one has been awakened so that he will conserve all the life forces and let them be distributed to the nerves in the natural way, then let them go coursing along the nerves to every atom of the body, without deforming it with thoughts of sex-lust or passion, the exhiliration will be permanent, and the sensation will far transcend that of sex. The serpent will be lifted up and will not need to crawl on its belly through the murk and mire of lust and passion.

“If man could understand that this life fluid is many times more vital than a corresponding amount of pure blood, he would conserve instead of dissipate it. But he shuts his eyes to this fact (he may be entirely ignorant of it) and goes on, either in blindness or ignorance, until the Reaper arrives. Then a wail goes up, for he does not admire the harvest.

“You look upon old age with veneration and snow-white locks as a crown of honor, which I would not detract from in any way. But as you look upon the picture, I leave it for you to decide which is the more to be honored ; he with the snow-white locks, who has by ignorance or direct perversity brought decrepitude upon himself ; or the one who, in maturity, becomes more vital, stronger, and better equipped to meet the advancing years, and because of them is more kind and generous. I recognize that the one who reaches the end through ignorance is to be pitied, while the one who knows, and reaches the same end, is unspeakable.”

Magic (game terminology)

Magic or mana is an attribute assigned to characters within a role-playing or video game that indicates their power to use special magical abilities or “spells”. Magic is usually measured in magic points or mana points, shortened as MP. Different abilities will use up different amounts of MP.[1] When the MP of a character reaches zero, the character will not be able to use special abilities until some of their MP is recovered.[2]

Much like health, magic might be displayed as a numeric value, such as “50/100”. Here, the first number indicates the current amount of MP a character has whereas the second number indicates the character’s maximum MP. In video games, magic can also be displayed visually, such as with a gauge that empties itself as a character uses their abilities.


“Mana” is a word that comes from Polynesian languages meaning something along the lines of “supernatural power”.


“Magic” may be substituted with psychic powers, spiritual power, advanced technology or other concepts that would allow a character to influence the world around them that is not available in real life.

Mana – World of Warcraft

“You can never have too much mana.”

    — Arcanomage Misti

Mana (or Magic point)[1] is a substance and a magical power resource which casters draw upon when casting their spells.[2] Arcane magic can be used to control the flow of mana,[3] which is just a measure of a fundamental power—if mana were water, then arcane would be steam pressure.[4] The existence and mixture of various forces and energies form powerful vortices of mana.[5]

When they run out of mana, spellcasters can no longer use magic and are left exhausted.[6][7] As magic draws its energy from the physical forces of the caster, for instance the magi with the arcane,[8] the only way to regenerate the body is by consuming food, especially protein.[9] They may also drink while resting,[10][11] or use mana potions prepared by alchemists.[12][13] It is possible for the Highborne[14] and their descendants afflicted by the magic addiction,[15][16] to drain mana from a surrounding source, including mana-bearing items,[17] artifacts,[18] ley lines,[19] or even creatures and mortals possessing mana.[20][21] The more a living being’s mana is consumed or drained, the more they are weakened,[22][23] and if abused, it can cause fainting or death.[24][25][26] In this case, the only way to save them is to restore their mana.[27][28] All demons hungered for magic,[29] notably the felhounds who hunted down those with the gift for magic, draining their victim’s mana to death.[30][31]

In older times, when magic was less understood and spells required vast amounts of mana to cast, gems were used to store mana for use in complex spells.[32] Mana batteries can also be created with elemental cores.[33] On the Broken Isles, Ancient Mana is a byproduct of the underground leylines beneath Suramar which had naturally reached the surface, and while the result can come in many forms, a crystalline form is the most common.[34] For the nightborne that were dependent on the Nightwell, it was an effective, if crude, substitute for the mana wine.[35][36]

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