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Born in Zimbabwe, of a father who was a gold miner, and a mother who was a natural seer, Theun spent most of his early life in the bush, amongst the animals, the birds and the natives of the area, with their rich and abundant folklore.
It was in the wilds that Theun resumed his training in this current lifetime, under the tutelage of the Nagal J. During a year's study leave through Europe and North America in , Theun began having flashbacks of his training as a warrior in previous lifetimes and, by , his memory of all his previous training had been restored. In Theun resigned from his work and started to prepare for his life as a nagal. In he started training the members of his unit, and also commenced his assignment of disclosing the Toltec teachings to the world at large through a series of books.
In addition to his own personal apprentices, Theun also has other people working under his guidance towards the furtherance of the evolution of awareness through the medium of the Toltec Tradition. He resides in Cape Town. September All rights reserved. No part of this This book is a salutation to my own beloved book may be reproduced by any means or in any form whatsoever without written permission from the publisher, except for brief teacher, the Nagal J.
Cover: The mosaic floor of the Toltec Temple showing the Sacred Centre, the Yellow Rose of Friendship, and the electromagnetic force fields generated by the temple. A great big hug and thank-you to you all! Doing what he could to avoid the onslaughts of both fan and critic, Mr. Castaneda continued to bring out book after book in a quietly consistent manner. Now, many years later and after the publication of several books, the readers of Carlos Castaneda are still perplexed by two haunting questions - questions which neither his fans nor his critics have ever been able to answer with any great deal of satisfaction or conviction: firstly, did the now-legendary Don Juan really exist; and secondly, if Don Juan did exist, were Mr.
Castaneda's incredible experiences real or fictional? Although the nature of this book will make it appear at times as if it is an attempt to defend the personal claims of Carlos Castaneda, this is not the intention, for should Mr. Castaneda wish to be defended then he is assuredly very capable of doing so himself. This book has instead another purpose which is fourfold: firstly, to verify the continued existence of Toltecs throughout the ages; secondly, to substantiate the authenticity of the teachings to which Mr.
Thus was voluntary 'exile' to take their rightful place once again amongst no part of the Temple visible. Not a sound disturbed the the true spiritual leaders of mankind. The Seven showed not their colour nor resonated Castaneda, and this is that he could not have published what has their vibration, only, a silent communication passed heretofore always been a strictly oral tradition without the between them marking the progress of the work.
If the truth be told, Mr. Castaneda was Aeons passed until at last there came the sounds of life destined to re-introduce to the world a system of knowledge from outside the Temple and a lesser son of Spirit knocked which has for ages been assumed obsolete.
The reason for this, upon the Temple door. Briefly the Temple doors were and why this book reveals who the Toltecs are and what their opened to admit this son of man, and as he entered into the tradition entails, is because the great wheel of evolution has Temple so he too added his power to that which was within. In response, the call has gone forth to So came the sons of earth one by one, and as they in turn Toltecs the world over to unite once again under the banner of were admitted into the Temple, so the light within began to their common goal, and to put their combined knowledge and flare ever brighter.
In the centre they came to stand known to Toltecs as the Guardians of the Race. This call has before the Rose, and there theu. They pushed aside the particular, has reached a crucial crossroad - a juncture which veil to the inner shrine and stood bathed in pure White poses for all life upon this planet a vital choice, and at the same Light.
Time continued to pass, in which the Temple became ever This crossroad in the history of mankind, recorded in a more beautiful, as slowly its architecture, proportions, prophecy of unimaginable antiquity, has long been in the detail and finishes took form in the growing light.
As Then came forth a call from the East: 'Open now the doors time has spun out the web of destiny Toltecs have come to to all the sons of earth, so that they may seek the Light and recognise the part assigned to them in the history of the planet, find the Temple of the Spirit.
Remove the veil to the inner and as their knowledge has grown they have begun to grasp this shrine so that all may enter into Light. Let the Warriors of ancient prophecy for themselves. Here follows a transcript of this the Spirit, who have for so long concealed their labours, prophecy: now precipitate upon the plains of earth the Temple of Life.
Let the Light shine forth, let the Word too sound forth, let 'Together we now will manifest the Temple of the Spirit! Thus the seven great 'Thus it is that the Temple of Light shall be transferred to Sons of Beingness, who are the enthroned Three, moved earth, to illumine there the dream of the dreamer.
Thus will four-square to their places in the East, the North, the West man awaken in the East, and by confronting his fear meet and the South to commence their mighty task. Thus shall man be guided to find The doors of the Temple were barred and guarded. Then shall man seek the only true light and learn the secret The second part deals in depth with the fundamental of the orange-red Light which shines ever in the East' concepts which form the framework of the teachings.
These 'Why are we to allow all this! Now all of the teachings. For ease of the battle for freedom. Naught else remains to be done. So speaks the ancient prophecy, recorded in a time before However, a word of caution is appropriate at this point, namely time, from an oracle not of this world. As Castaneda, as well as this book, are but the fulfilment of this such it should not be rushed into helter-skelter, but approached prophecy, for clearly the Toltec teachings belong to no one with due consideration and respect.
In this day and age when the public is being offered all manner of ways in which to achieve so-called instant enlightenment, it will perhaps come as a disappointment to some to find that I am not claiming to bring the reader a formula for 'The Lazy Man's Way To Miracles'. I am not hereby implying that Toltecs are incapable of performing miracles, but Since the principal raison d'etre of this and subsequent merely that in order to do so even Toltecs have to serve a long books is to put the reader in touch with the true essence of the and difficult apprenticeship.
A condensed workshop yields a Toltec teachings these books have, for the sake of clarity, been short-lived career and, as is well known, a little knowledge is divided into separate volumes. Furthermore, so as to enable the inevitably dangerous knowledge.
I would be doing the reader an injustice if I were to infer Starting from a broad overview each part gradually yields to that the Warrior's Path is easy, for this is far from the truth. Of greater detail and complexity. Few are the people who are prepared for the hardship development of the Toltec tradition. This history should be seen required to obtain that knowledge which is needed in order to as the necessary backdrop against which to project the various master the highest grades of this noble path.
But the golden rule in such a climb is the true nature of their teachings, the utmost care must be taken never to look up except to find another grip, and never to look not to try to place Toltecs within any frame of reference other down, to avoid being overcome by fear of failure.
Contrary to what mankind presently believes, It is a long haul to the top of the cliff, but what an there are frames of reference different to the one commonly accomplishment, what a freedom and what a power, and it all adhered to by most of the western world. Toltecs, as well as their starts with the very simplest of exercises. Yet this is exacyly where origin and purpose, must be seen in their own context if their every apprentice discovers the first difficulty; namely that it all teachings are to have any meaning at all.
This is not to infer that looks too easy and too simple. It is a Toltec axiom that Toltecs are dogmatically adhering only to their own particular everything which has power rarely, if ever, attracts attention, for doctrines, but rather that Toltecs recognize and move within man's rational mind is geared towards academic complexity. Fantastic as it may sound, Toltecs utilize four dimensions, and thus cannot Here lies the difficulty of the Warrior's Path, not in its be understood within a frame of reference which is strictly three- academic complexity, but paradoxically, in its utter simplicity.
Many of the teachings are so subtle as to be quickly and easily overlooked by the overly enthusiastic novice. Perhaps this point The decision to disclose to the world at large the true story will be more firmly grasped if it is pointed out that in having of the Toltecs was not a decision accompanied by the. Toltecs are clearly aware that humanity, being as yet three- Warrior's Path.
The flourished in the Valley of Mexico from to C. Yet motto of Toltecs is that truth is more important than public this period is but a tiny part of the Toltecs' history, and mostly belief, and any man who feels the need to adjust his knowledge so as distorts the true story.
It is then in To narrate the history of a people who have mainly kept to the spirit of this motto, and without any attempt at justification, themsleves behind the scenes, and who in addition have gone to that this account of Toltec history and knowledge is freely extraordinary lengths to erase their personal and collective offered, allowing the reader to decide for him or herself whether history from the memory of their fellow men, is no mean task. This concept will be explained more fully in later volumes.
The reason for this is that although the Toltec teachings are the natural heritage of This book is firstly for the thinkers of the world who have mankind, humanity in general has until now not been ready to seen for themselves that humanity cannot continue indefinitely receive them. Consequently, my people have acted as custodians upon its present course, and that a drastic change in human of this tradition since time immemorial, and have thereby, attitudes and thinking is necessary if world prosperity is to be fortunately or unfortunately, earned for themselves the dubious ensured.
Secondly, it is for those to whom the truth is more honorific of'sorcerers'. But perhaps most descendancy. But as sorcery normally raises eyebrows in polite important of all, this book is for those who have up until now circles, and as sorcerers are generally regarded as being just a been seeking a truth they sense exists, but which they have not little suspect, it would perhaps have been somewhat more yet been able to find.
These are the truly gentle souls who do expedient to have claimed discarnate or extra-terrestrial status, as not despair, but who wait patiently in true humility. Maintaining this could possibly have engendered more credibility and within their hearts the quietness of life, these people know that respect. Such an option could have seemed tempting, if it were not Since the task of having to write this book has fallen upon for the fact that I fail to understand why discarnate or extra- me at a time when it would seem that credentials matter more terrestrial beings should in some miraculous way be more than the man himself, I could not help but wonder what sort of trustworthy than plain common-thinking human mortals.
After qualifications would be deemed acceptable for this purpose. What I found baffled me enormously, for it superior to mankind in intelligence? Such logic makes little soon became clear that current credibility appears to be focused sense, and since this book is being offered to sane sensible upon books channeled by either discarnate beings or extra- people, it would perhaps be more profitable not to confuse an terrestrial intelligences.
In view of this amazing discovery, let me hasten to state Since in the final analysis I have then been unable to come that I am neither discarnate nor extra-terrestrial, but a living up with anything concrete which can possibly substantiate my man of flesh and blood just like any other man walking this authority to write this book, I will present just my plain human earth.
Furthermore, I do not see myself as being particularly self. Nevertheless, I shall endeavour not to become boring in my gifted or extraordinary in any way whatsoever, except that I am a ordinariness. Nevertheless it never ceases to Here then, without any further ado, is the story of my amaze me that even though this tradition is a system of teaching people. They have their secret records in which are preserved the fruits of the scholastic labours of the long line of recluses whose successors they are.
BLAVATSKY1 For those amongst us who prefer things to be done in the accepted manner, let me begin this account in the age-old fashion which I am sure will more than likely be deemed proper for a tale such as this. Once upon a time How this all came about and from where mankind originated are questions that go far beyond the scope of this book, but what can be said is that the arrival of man upon this planet was something akin to a semi-voluntary exile from his home-world.
So drastic was the effect of this that man even forgot his enabled them rapidly to recall the former knowledge they had home-world and who and what he really is.
Lost and bewildered, acquired upon their home-world. So adept same adverse way as the rest of mankind.
Self-importance, ARTICLE 3 (Warriors' Journeys)
Theun Mares. Main page. Theun Mares was born in Zimbabwe, of a father who was a gold miner, and a mother who was a natural seer. He spent most of his early life in the bush.
I had realised that there was no warmth in our relationship. There was also a situation where my son was earning a very good wage every week at a young age. However, he was drinking and gambling this money as fast as he was earning it. Theun told me that my son's behaviour was due to his sense of unworthiness. Theun also told me that my son was mirroring to me my own sense of unworthiness. He asked me how I felt when I came to meet all the people at the retreat for the first time.