21 August 2006

Contents of Volumes One + Two

Vol.1: Visions and Prophecies of the Divine Feminine:
a sourcebook of historical texts
Compiled by John Noyce
Melbourne: Noyce Publishing, 2006. 253p

Part 1: Visions and Worship of the Divine Feminine

(extracts from)

Devi Sukta

Sri Sukta

Lao Tzu: Tao te Ching

Wisdom of Ben Sira

The Orphic Hymn to Nature

Homeric Hymns: The Earth, Mother of All

Wisdom of Solomon

Trimorphic Protennoia

The Thunder, Perfect Mind

Lucius Apuleius: Metamorphoses

Lotus Sutra

Devi Mahatmya

Lakshmi Stuti

Mahalakshmi Stotram

Athanasius of Alexandria: Homily

Aurelius Clemens Prudentius:

Liber Cathemerinon

Boethius: De Consolatione Philosophiae

Romanus Melodus: On Christmas

The Mother in the Islamic tradition

Sankaracharya: Eight stanzas to Bhavani

Ambrose Autpert: Assumption of the Virgin

Lakshmi Tantra

Devi Upanishad

Hildegard of Bingen: Scivias

Elisabeth of Schonau: Liber visionem tertius

Alain de Lille: De Planctu Naturae

Thomas Aquinas: O most blessed and sweet Virgin Mary

Alfonso, El Sabio: Cantigas de Santa Maria

Dante Alighieri: La Divina Commedia

Francesco Petrarch: Secretum

Heinrich Suso: Horologium Sapientiae

Birgitta of Sweden: Revelations

Christine de Pizan: Livre de la mutacion de Fortune

Angelo Poliziano: O Virgo prudentissima, beata Mater

Devi Gita

Guru Nanak: Guru Granth

Rabbi Joseph Caro: Maggid Masharim

Jacob Boehme: The way to Christ

John Pordage: Sophia

Jane Lead: A garden of fountains

Ann Bathurst: Rhapsodical meditations

Johann Georg Gichtel: Letters

Gottfried Arnold: The mystery of Sophia

Apirami Antati

Ramprasad Sen: O wisdom Goddess!

Frederich Holderlin: To the Madonna

William Wordsworth: The Virgin

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Faust

Johann Jacob Wirz: Wisdom

Rabbi Isaac Safrin: Megillat Setarim

Mataracamman Antati

Vladimir Soloviev: Trisvidaniya

Nicholas Roerich: Queen of Heaven

Kahlil Gibran: The Mother

T.S.Eliot: Ash Wednesday


Part 2: Prophecies

Rig Veda

Bhavisya Purana

Nadi Granth

Gospel of John

Gospel of the Essenes

Gospel of the Holy Twelve

Gospel of Peace of John

The Aquarian Gospel

The Revelation of John

Prophecies of the Mahdi

Joachim of Fiore: Expositio in Apocalypsim

Nichiren Daishonin

Birgitta of Sweden: Revelations

Frederich Holderlin: Hyperion

Novalis: Heinrich von Ofterdingen

Goodwyn Barmby: The Woman-power

Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter

Hans Christian Andersen: The New Century’s Goddess

Vladimir Soloviev: Let it be known

Lady Caithness: The mystery of the ages

Anna Kingsford: Clothed with the sun

Count August Cieszkowski: Oicze Nasz

Tau Valentine II (Jules Doinel): Gnostic Catechism

Lionel Johnson: Vita Venturi Saeculi

Tau Synesius (Leonce Fabre Des Essarts): Letter to a religious congress

Rabindranath Tagore: Bharat Tirtha

Hazrat Inayat Khan: I can see as clear as daylight

Zinaida Gippius and Dmitrii Merezhkovskii: The Third Testament

Vassily Kandinsky and colleagues: Blaue Reiter Almanac

Katherine Tingley: The path of the mystic

Jessie L.Watson: The Age of the Spirit

C.S.Lewis: The Great Divorce

Daniil Andreev: Roza Mira

Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam): Don’t you feel a change a coming

Robert Plant: Stairway to heaven

John Lennon: Imagine


Part 3: Prophecies and visions from the Indigenous traditions

The Kagaba people of Columbia

The Pawnee people of Oklahoma

White Buffalo Calf Woman

The Seven Fires of the Anishinabe

Eyes of Fire

Chief White Cloud of the Talatawi

Tashunca-Uitco (Crazy Horse)

Black Elk

Yothu Yindi


Sources and Index




Vol.2: Seeking and finding

a sourcebook of historical texts on Kundalini, yoga, realisation, Sahaja and nirvikalpa-samadhi


Compiled by John Noyce
Melbourne: Noyce Publishing, 2006. 198p.

Contents

(extracts from)

Ezekiel

Brhadaranyaka Upanishad

Chandogya Upanishad

Prasna Upanishad

Katha Upanishad

Svetasvatara Upanishad

Lao Tzu: Tao te Ching

Gautama, The Buddha: Dhammapada

Gautama, The Buddha: Lankavatara Sutra

Gautama, The Buddha: Kalama Sutta

Patacara: Therigatha

Gospel of John

Patanjali: Yoga Sutra

Mandukya Upanishad

Thirumoolar: Thirumanthiram

Hevajra Tantra

Sankaracharya: Aparokshanubhuti

Sankaracharya: Vivekacudamani

Sankaracharya: Saundarya-lahari

Sankaracharya: Tad Niskala

Kularnava Tantra

Varaha Upanishad

Rudrayamala

Shiva Sharodaya

Saraha: Sahaja

Kahnu: Say, how can Sahaja be explained?

Bhusuka: The great tree of Sahaja

Rabi’a: I carry a torch in one hand (8th century)

Brahma Vidya Upanishad

Indrabhuti: Sahajasiddhipaddhati (11th century?)

Tilopa: The oil which is the essence (11th century)

Matsyendranath: Kaulajnananirnaya

Gorakhnath and Matsyendranath: Gorakhbodh

Amrita Nada Upanishad

Khwaja Mu’inuddin Hasan Chishti: Love all and hate none (1236)

Dogen: Raihai Tokuzui (1240)

Ibn ‘Arabi: Tarjuman al-Ashwaq

Jalal al-Din Rumi: The spirit of the saints (13th century)

Rabbi Moshe de Leon: Sefer ha-Zohar (late 13th century)

Sa’di: Human beings are all members of one body (13th century)

Gyaneshwara: Gyaneshwari (1290)

Muktabai: An ant flew to the sky (late 13th century)

Namdev: In the beginning is the ant (late 13th century)

Yunus Emre: I am before, I am after (13th/14th century)

Dante Alighieri: La Divina Commedia (early 14th century)

Heinrich Suso: A supernatural experience (14th century)

Avaiya: Vinayagar Agaval (14th century)

Arunakiri: Tiruppukal (late 14th century)

Vedanta-Siddhanta-Darshana

Kabir: Where there is neither sea nor rains (15th century)

Kamalanatha: Dharmasunya (1418)

Devi Gita (15th century)

Guru Nanak: Siddha Goshta (early 16th century)

Mirabai (early 16th century)

Paracelsus: Philosophia ad Athenienses (early 16th century)

Eknath: Jogawa (16th century)

Teresa of Avila: The interior castle (16th century)

Juan de la Cruz: The living flame of love (16th century)

Purnananda: Satcakranirupana (1577)

Dadu Dayal: When realisation came (16th century)

Tukaram: Realisation (17th century)

Sundardas: That perfectly pure Sahaja (17th century)

John Pordage: Letter (17th century)

Rupa Bhavani: I dashed down (17th century)

Tejo Bindu Upanishad

Dhyana Bindu Upanishad

Darshana Upanishad

Yoga-Shikha-Upanishad

Ramprasad Sen: O meditator (18th century)

Bullhe Shah: What shall we call this wondrous sadhu? (18th century)

Shah Abdul Latif: In the world are Jogis (18th century)

Sachal: I am a yogi and will remain a yogi (18th century)

Sami: In this house there is another dwelling (18th/19th century)

Hryhorij Skovoroda: When a man reflects (18th century)

Ramana Maharshi: Sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi

Muruganar: There was in me a thirst (1923)

N.R.Krishnamurti Aiyer: While sitting there (1934)

Swami Ramdas: When you attain to the Sahaja state

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi: Primordial Kundalini

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