Voyage in destiny – part four

The return to true knowledge

Text by Francesco Alessandrini -Udine – 2010

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Every one of us has a destiny.

It contains a series of causes and connections that not even the most fervid imagination could visualize.

Writing this book is part of my destiny, a destiny that places knowledge among the priorities of my work. This text is the fourth in series dedicated to what the Masters of Light of high level have been transmitting to me for around three years.

The main feature of the book is to make man understand that we are at a moment in our history in which we need to return to “true knowledge”, or more so, to a way of seeing and interpreting the reality of creation which does not start solely from man’s point of view, which is often incomplete and mistaken, but from a wider vision which comes from the spirit world.

We are talking about a “return”, because this knowledge was already known to some men from the past. We can manage to understand this through a correct analysis of ancient findings. However this knowledge became lost in the passage of time due to the proud and substantially “blind” behaviour of the human mind.

This book talks about a “re-opening” to a different way of knowing and begins to retrieve some aspects of this “true knowledge”.

Among these aspects certain tools of knowledge shall be rediscovered, these are different from the only one known to us i.e. reason. A lot of importance will be given to the “the voyages” of the mind in a non-rational setting and to intuition “…giving man intuition as a tool of true knowledge” and to the recognition and interpretation of signs which a wider reality continually shows us.

The main features of human knowledge will be analyzed, its limits, its openings and the urgings it is subjected to in order to continuously exceed itself (miracles, the sense of mystery). It attains the understanding of what should be “true knowledge”, the use of the symbol and the possibility of fitting into a time which is beyond the linear time we are so used to occupying.

The successive parts of the book introduce some aspects of this knowledge such as “the mental and energetic dynamics of thought”, a new concept of “truth”, a new concept of the relationship between “good and evil”, love, death, union and path.

In other words, this book is of a wide spectrum which should entice us to intuit the existence of much vaster Creation than the one we are used to and to lay the basis for a more correct interpretation of it.