Cette nouvelle musique sauvera le monde Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov Tibor Szasz

00:00 ... "this new music shall save the world" ... by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (Message aux matérialistes, 1953);
23:18 MANTRA - an improvisation for piano solo on traditional Bengali chants composed and performed by Tibor Szász

https://youtu.be/nAejXarE06c Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov: Comment voulez-vous que la paix s'installe ?!

Manifested creation must of necessity be constituted of polarities. Light must be distinguishable from darkness, for without the ability to distinguish one from the other, we could not perceive anything at all. No one can write with a black chalk on a blackboard, or with a white chalk on a whiteboard.

The Dawn of Light in the purified human soul must of necessity be accompanied by the increased activity of shadowy, external forces. This is unavoidable. But so is the arrival of Dawn.

This music reviews the downward path of separation from the One Indivisible Spirit, a path accompanied by fragmentation, by contradictions and by suffering. But when the deepest darkness will have enveloped the Earth, the upward path of a free and conscious ascent to Unity is opened for all who are willing to climb without lies and deceit.

This musical meditation concludes with the interpenetration of our divine and human natures (downward and upward pointing triangles). That is the Inner Dawn of Light, Love, Forgiveness, Wisdom, Peace, Joy and Truth within the human heart. That inner dawn in turn triggers an Outer Dawn in which even stones declare the Holy Wholeness of Creation.

There was a Door to which I found no Key:
There was a Veil through which I could not see:
Some little Talk awhile of Me and Thee
There seemed -- and then no more of Thee and Me.

(from The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám [1048--1131], poem by the astronomer-poet of Persia translated into English verse by Edward FitzGerald)

The Blue Lotus and the Black Bee are universal symbols denoting the indivisible oneness of the Human (= the Black Bee) and the Divine (= the Blue Lotus).

The symbols of the Lotus and the Bee are widespread in India (Bengali chants) where the worship of the Goddess Khali (Kali) -- the One who subdues evil and ignorance -- is accompanied by intimate words and music:

The black bee of my mind is drawn into sheer delight
To the blue lotus flower of Mother Syama's feet,
The blue flower of the feet of Kali.
Rudolf Steiner (1861 - 1925) is the founder of Anthroposophy.

Rudolf STEINER: At the Gates of Spiritual Science
Lecture: 4th September, 1906, Stuttgart
On-site Lectures for GA 95
Talking with Angels (1943-1944, Budaliget, Budapest, Hungary) - transcribed by Gitta MALLASZ (Hanna Dallos, Lili Strausz, Joseph Kreutzer, Eva Langley-Danos, Klara Erdelyi)





Peter Deunov (Beinsa Douno) of Bulgaria (1864 - 1944) is the founder of the Universal White Brotherhood (white = unity of the seven individualized colors of Solar Light)

Albert Einstein said of Peter Deunov (Beinsa Douno): "The whole world renders homage to me; I render homage to the Master Peter Deunov from Bulgaria ".

"People have a mistaken understanding of God. They think that God is outside them in Heaven. Heaven is WITHIN you." (Peter Deunov).




Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov of Bulgaria (1900-1986), disciple of Deunov, taught ín France.


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