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I steeped myself to the very bone in a position of refusal. I get this guys impulse in many ways we are living under the same shadows as the generations of the mid twentieth century.

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Russia awaits the thinker who will describe the new order: Published October 1st by Souvenir Press first published January 10th This book is a mind blower! Neither would an organization of such intelligences.

It is rather a mani- festation of natural law, an effect produced by contact morninv reality — reality perceived directly and not through a pf of habit, prejudice, conformism. If you want to read the juicy parts, go straight to the sections with the Nazis, and then stop.

You know enough now to be able, if necessary, to skim through this introduction and push on further. Rutherford did some of his fundamental work on the structure of matter with old tins and bits of string.

PREFACE xxi I was suffocating within the closed system of my thinking; I some- times felt myself to be no more than a little, arid intellectual and envied him his large free-ranging thoughts. But presented as non-fiction?

But they also have to get rid of the “adventurers” — that is to say, people who think and dream and are endowed with imagination. Most of the book is profoundly stupid, and often in factual error. Fantastic realism again — Past techniques — Further jacues on the necessity for secrecy — We take a voyage through time — The spirit’s continuity — The engineer and the befgier once again — Past and future — The present is lagging in both directions — Gold from ancient books — A new vision of the ancient world 41 IV.


I never knew my bergied father. Earlier, much earlier, I would have acquired faith, hope, and charity. A German edition was published with the title Aufbruch ins dritte Jahrtausend Departure into the third Millennium. It is consequently most important that it should not be generally known, otherwise it would become an end in itself.

Another factor has to be considered, the same that was envisaged by the Unknown Elite in olden days who showed that the Liber Mundi was concerned with “something different.

Review of The Morning of the Magicians by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier

The author writing only a decade and a half from the Cratering ruins of the second world war like many Europeans was attempting to make sense of a world after the camps and the bomb and human destiny and our place in the cosm First warning the author entertains pseudoscience and extravagant claims.

We are again struck by the fact that Rosicrucian tradition makes allusion to certain machines, which official science at that date had not been able to produce, such as perpetual lamps, instruments for record- ing sounds and images, etc.

Biology, too, was finished. One of the most astonishing signs of the breach that has been made in the domain of physics is the introduction of what has been bdrgier the “strangeness quantum number.

At the apex of this evolution came man — a mechanical and chemical compound endowed with an illusion — consciousness. Eugene Varga and the editors of Fortune are more advanced.

Louis Pauwels, Jacques Bergier Morning Of The Magicians

On the contrary; it may well be that the human mind has already understood the world, but doesn’t know that — yet. A new generation of scientists is born.


I think you’ll enjoy it. Vast it may be but it is accessible to every- one. It follows thee our attitude that a book such as the present one, pre- pared with scrupulous honesty and a minimum of naivete, may well spring more mornign than answers. Jean Perrin and Mme. The other secret societies, the ones that are on record and of which there are many, all more or less powerful and picturesque, are in our opinion, nothing but imitations, like children copying grown-ups.

They are not paralyzed by the complex of decadence.

Modern science has shown us that behind the visible there is an extremely complicated invisible. What, then, is our position today? At the same time his work leads him to scorn the trivialities of the indi- vidual and the particular, and enables him to think on a planetary, even cosmic level. Then suddenly, between his teeth he would begin to whistle quietly the opening bars of Beethoven’s “Hymn to Joy” — saying to me in my little ov that love will always find its way back.

Review of The Morning of the Magicians by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier | Kit Bradley

Those flower children in so multi hued a decade of the sixties are the progeny of darker times. Once again, it’s a question of saving the Holy Sepulcher — spirit weighed down by matter — and repulsing the Infidel — everything that is unfaithful to the infinite might of the spirit. Finally, it is obvious that this intellectual elite, being anxious not to attract attention if only to avoid meeting with obstruction, would have something better to do than play amgicians being conspirators.