Kundalini Part 2

Kundalini Part 2
Recorded:24 Jan 2009
Speaker:Eben Swart
Runtime:2h 2m 40s
Also available in: Afrikaans
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The Kundalini spirit in the human body gets activated via 3 'channels': Ida, pingala and sushumna – its symbolism to be found abundantly in Freemasonry. We look at the connections between dualism, Hermes and the caduceus, alchemy and energy. Then we see how the Kundalini originates from the Babylonian Mysteries – and how it had been secretly portrayed in symbolism over thousands of years.


  • The Three Channels:
    • Ida
      • Pingala
        • Sushumna
        • Kundalini in Freemasonry.
          • Dualism.
            • Hermes and the Caduceus.
              • The pituitary Gland.
                • Alchemy.
                  • Energy.
                    • The Mysteries.
                      • Distribution of the Mysteries.
                        • Secrecy.
                          • Symbolism and Allegory.
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