Kundalini Part 1

Kundalini Part 1
Recorded:21 Aug 2009
Speaker:Eben Swart
Runtime:2h 10m 57s
Also available in: Afrikaans
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In order to appropriately understand the Kundalini concept from a Christian perspective, we need to understand the concept of the fallen angels of Gen. 6, as well as the broader description of the same incident from the Book of Enoch. We also need to have some understanding of the pagan principles of shamanism, as well as a thorough understanding of the function of the central nervous system in the human body – from whence we move on to the New Age concept of chakras.


  • Fallen Angels. The Nephilim:
    • Genesis.
    • The Book of Enoch:
      • The conspiracy.
        • The Giants.
          • Teaching the Mysteries.
            • The Spirits of the Nephilim.
              • Limited Mysteries.
              • Shamanism.
                • History of the Kundalini.
                  • The Central Nervous System.
                    • The Chakras.
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