Learning the Rules of Creation is the most important thing in life in general. These Rules are the Law, which has been taught by the all significant teachers of wisdom and science. This Law can be defined with following phrases from the Dead Sea Scrolls. (Davies, Brooke, & Callaway, 2002, pp. 140-142) (Original sources 4Q303-05, 4Q299-300, Cave 4, ‘Mysteries’)

 

"By wisdom is meant proper ethical behavior, informed by an understanding of the whole cosmos."

 

"True sagas are patient and focus on the eternal secrets and the roots of wisdom, in contrast to magicians or soothsayers who speak ‘parables without understanding’. The disciples are told that big mystery is a sealed vision that is unfathomable. Yet clues to finding this wisdom lie in God’s creation and ongoing orchestration of natural events."

 

"It speaks of the fruits of listening well, understanding the design of God’s creation, accepting one’s status in life and following the rules, leading a life of virtue, and meditation on the ages of the world."

 

As a conclusion a simple equation is formed:

 

Rules of Creation = Ethics (mental) + Laws of Cosmos (physical) = The Way of Truth (also e.g. Tao)

 

To understand the bigger scale of the universe such as religions and Scripture, mass behavior or the workings of the human mind, you need to study the Rules of Creation. These Rules have been before us, are right now, and for sure - will always be.

 

When you understand the Rules of Creation, you will be able to read Scripture and literature and experience paintings, music and even some movies and plays in whole new way. There have been hundreds of people in the past who have been able to adopt some of the Knowledge in their daily life and work. Today they are widely known and we refer to them as geniuses, prophets and even Sons of Gods (BeNe ELoHiM).

 

Laws of Cosmos

In a general sense, the cosmos is a harmonious system - the divine order. It originates from the Greek term κόσμος (kosmos), meaning "order" or "ornament" and is the opposite to the concept of chaos. Knowledge is a Thought about everything, and since everything in Cosmos is born of it, we can call the Thought the Seed of the All. Everything happens for a reason, and we must understand that the Laws of Cosmos are these reasons.

 

The Principles of Nature

A significant part of the Laws of Cosmos are the Principles of the Nature. (See e.g. Three Initiates, 1912) As Sir Isaac Newton encapsulated physics in simple formulas, it can similarly be said that the Principles of Nature describe the Cosmos in the simplest way. We can notice that every single person who is familiar with these Principles of Nature will open their ears of understanding sooner or later. When the great apple is in your hands, you will be able to read the Bible or enjoy the art of Leonardo da Vinci in a whole new way. The way of Knowledge and Life. Please notice that there is a separated article of the Principles of Nature.

 

  1. Principle of Mentalism
  2. Principle of Correspondence
  3. Principle of Vibration
  4. Principle of Polarity
  5. Principle of Rhythm
  6. Principle of Cause and Effect
  7. Principle of Gender

 

Read more: Principles of Nature

 

Universal equations

Try to understand how the World and the First Man were created, and how Mathematics, and especially Geometry, play a huge role in the Rules of Creation. Remember that for something to be true, according to the Rules of Creation, it must appear in both worlds: in the mental world (e.g. psychology and religions), and in the physical world (e.g. behaviour, physics, optics and mathematics). If either one of these aspects is missing, the phenomenon is not true according to Cosmic Laws.

 

Remember also that our modern science is young and inexperienced. Blessed are those who believe and act before looking for verification by science - they have found the Rules of Creation. They have found the Kingdom of Heaven and our Father - Knowledge.

 

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