This site is not exactly, only about Frithjof Schuon anymore. Due to letters from you all and words from ever anonymous Gnostics, discernment regarding his errors has led to discernment about a Pandora's box full of other errors - those endless confusions which we're all seeing today. Those abound so much that hardly any pure … Continue reading بسم اللة الرحمن الرحيم The quintessential
(With essential letters from René Guénon, and quotations from the great Masters of Sufism, coming at the end). (La traduction française corrigée suit l'anglais, mais elle sera toujours moins intéressante. Et des lettres essentielles de René Guénon, et des citations des grands Maîtres du Soufisme suivent). Up here I’m going to put only what you … Continue reading بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The essential
(LA TRADUCTION FRANÇAISE CORRIGÉE SUIT CHAQUE TEXTE EN ANGLAIS)* *********************************As concerns races, you weigh for yourselves what to make of this: He told me and Sayyidah Hamidah (my second sister-wife) that the Mahdi would necessarily be a German, and that he would come from such and such a region - the region he himself came … Continue reading بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم An Inclusive Summary, Coming First
Why are we here? You must be a metaphysician and/or a scholar, to some degree. I am not. Sixty years ago, I was just another beautiful young girl - wanting to learn what a good person was, and bored to extinction with being educated at Harvard. Suddenly I found myself sitting in a classroom, opposite Seyyed Hossein Nasr - and that was a miraculous place to be! The absolute Truth, Goodness and Beauty of God stole my heart forever. Then destiny decreed that I would give my life for you - well, not exactly for you, but for the kind of people you are...and I didn't exactly give my life. You'll see. The point is that the letter to Theophilus is absolutely crucial for YOUR solving a mystery, which I alone can put before you with any accuracy. Please concentrate on everything in the life and character of the great spiritual luminary, called "the Shaykh." It is not JUST the salute of one about to die; rather is it my Last Will and Testament, in which I'm leaving you with everything I've learned in a well-blessed, and lifelong search for wisdom.