Season 4-Episode 7 – Initiation-Angel Millar

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ANGEL MILLAR was already my guest on this podcast back in November 2017 (click HERE to go to this episode). He returns to this show at the occasion of the release of his new book "The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality", released on Feb 11, 2019. INITIATION unveils the workings of the cosmos outside of the initiate and points to his place within it and to the path he might take through it, toward the Divine. He is not a cog but a star, a universe - a microcosm that reflects the whole of existence and its essence. In attaining that that consciousness in which he feels he can understand, can do, and can cultivate a new, empowered way of living and being, he starts to glimpse, and to embody, what is sometimes called the Higher Self. ANGEL MILLAR is a well-known lecturer on Freemasonry, initiation, and esotericism as well as an artist and student of the martial arts. The author of several books, including Freemasonry: Foundation of the Western Esoteric Tradition, he lives in New York City. And beyond all that, ANGEL is also the creator of the wonderful graphics and logo of this website and podcast, which he created for me as a gift three years ago, when I created the THOTH HERMES PODCAST! More details on Angel Millar's new book on the website of his publisher You can also buy this and all his other books here And here is the way to Angel's own website Music played in this episode 1) THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE - by PAUL DUKAS played in a special 6-minute version by the Bamberger Symphoniker (Germany) 2) INITIATION - by RAVARANTH Fantasy Epic Music 3) WARRIOR - by FILIP LACKOVICZ Celtic Epic Music Intro and Outro Music especially written and recorded for the Thoth-Hermes Podcast by Chris Roberts

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