Category: History

Throughout the immense span of human history references to the ‘inner sound current’, ‘audible life stream’ or other similar such descriptions to this mystical, sonic life force have not always been crystal clear. Many cultures have made spiritual notations to this overall concept, but oftentimes it has been obscured because of translation, hidden agendas, or incomplete records. However, such references are more common than most previously believed. They can be traced from way back to some of the most ancient civilizations on most continents and forward to all the forms in our present day world. Yet, the odd part about its history is that most people in our modern world have never heard of any of this. It does seem it is finally about time. The pages in this section refer to some of history out there, whether it springs from religion, science, occultism, spiritual discipline or a combination of such, and whether it be the larger movements of Sant Mat, Radhasoami, Sikhism and their modern offshoots, or more obscure references in ancient Greece, ancient Egypt, Druids, Gnostics, Native Americans, Aztecs, Mayans and several others.

What is Music of the Spheres

By HH Team Aristotle … imputed this symphony of the heavens … this music of the spheres to Pythagoras. … But Pythagoras alone of mortals is said to have heard this harmony … If...

The Light and Sound of God

By Theresa Dunford The Universe was manifested out of the Divine Sound; From It came into being the Light. Shamas-i-Tabriz, 13th century Persian saint. The Light and Sound of God is both visible and...

The History Of Radhasoami In The United States

  By Andrea Grace Diem, Ph.D. (excerpted from ‘The Guru in America’) The evolution of religion is directly connected to the evolution of communication technologies. To understand the limits of the latter is to...

Shabdism in North America

Shabdism in North America By David Rife Introduction There are now several popular religious movements in North America which owe their existence, either partially or wholly, to the Radhasoami tradition of India. The spectrum ranges...

Sant Mat / Radhasoami Cosmology

Sant Mat/Radhasoami proposes an elaborate cosmology concerning a series of spiritual universes beyond the physical. In many ways it is more like western esoteric teachings such as Neoplatonism,Kabbalah (albeit without the complex dialectic of the latter), Theosophy,...