Transcendentalism A New Revelation By Kurt Kawohl

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TranscendentalismA New RevelationKurt KawohlCopyright (C) 2002. Kurt Kawohl.All part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, by photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, which are now known or to be invented, or incorporated into any information retrieval system, electronic or mechanical.Kurt Kawohl - kkawohl1@cox.net - USA - kkawohl1@cox.netContentsForeword1 The Transcendentalist2 Demystifying God3 Holy Books4 About The AuthorForewordIn this 21st Century, the Age of Technology, we are still plagued byreligious beliefs that may be a contributing cause of terrorism,killings and wars between nations.Belief in a God who causes catastrophes, punishes people and whocreated the universe out of nothing as if by magic was brought aboutby hysteria and superstition. This thought process needs to bereassessed and brought up to date.Open-minded people must use common sense to determine whetherthis God was incorrectly perceived, misinterpreted and misunderstoodby the masses of a bygone era.The Supreme or Divine Reality in the spiritual realm has been called Godby mankind. Our spirit is the only one capable of receiving inspirationand establishing lines of communication with the Supreme Spirit.The righteous spirit or soul, after the body's physical death enters thespiritual realm to be with the Supreme Spirit, God, Allah or whateverone desires to call him/it, which is a spiritual collective society ofsouls or spirits; A government, the Ultimate Purity consistingof Pure Intelligence, Pure Logic, the Supreme Spirit.Let us hope that man will eventually progress intellectuallyand evolve to a point whereby he can socialize with totallyeliminated tendencies for barbarianism and without a fearof punishment from God; This would true enlightenment.Einstein felt that "God" may very well be the "energy" that isin all matter and energy, that cannot be separated frommatter/energy. I submit that God is the pure energy andpure spiritual intellect of the spiritual realm.1The TranscendentalistIn the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, "We will walk on our own feet; we will work with our own hands; we will speak our own minds...A nation of men will for the first time exist, because each believes himself inspired by the Divine Soul which also inspires all men."Transcendentalists can be understood in one sense by their context - - by what they are rebelling against, what they see as the current situation - - and therefore - - attempt to correct what they see as misperceptions within societies.The term Transcendentalism was derived from the philosopher Kant, who called "all knowledge transcendental which is concerned not with objects but with our mode of knowing objects." The roots of the American philosophy ran deep into German and English Romanticism. From German philosophers such as Fichte and Herder, it received its mystic impulse; from Goethe, Novalis, Jean-Paul, Heine, and the other great German Romantic poets it acquired its imagistic language and themes....

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