Discovering Universal Knowledge
Discovering Universal Knowledge Discovery Evening

The physicist Stephen Hawking said that by knowing the workings of the universe you will know the mind of God.

The ancient yogis said the exact opposite – that by knowing the mind of God, you would understand the workings of the universe.

In the past, mystics and Masters gave this sort of information to students by initiation only. Now access to this is accelerating.

Topics we’ll cover


  • The Law of Karma and how it is not a system of punishment and reward, but one of teaching and opportunity, for us all as individuals, and also for any other entity in the universe.
  • How to improve your karma.

Our true history

  • The ancient civilisations of Maldek, Lemuria and Atlantis.


  • How science’s big bang theory relates to the mystical conception of the beginning of the universe.
  • The three aspects of creation, preservation and transmutation as keys to the evolutionary process and its ultimate destination.

The “I Am” Presence

  • The Divine nature or the “I Am Presence” which is a state of being transcending the highest intellectual thought.
  • Spiritual evolution and the progression from belief to inner knowledge.


Life After death & the other realms

  • Reincarnation, the most widespread belief in the world, and how it ensures that we evolve.
  • The memory of past lives.
  • The subtle realms appropriate to our level of advancement that we go to when we die.
  • Guides on the other realms who can also help us.
  • The learning and teaching that happens on these realms.


Discovering Truth is the journey of life!

Truth contains within it the oneness between religion, science, metaphysics, philosophy and mysticism.


Julian Rosser

Julian Rosser

Exploring the deeper aspects of life has been a passion for Julian since he discovered the Eastern philosophies while at university.

“The more I learn, the more blown away I am by how great and mysterious life is.”

This talk will cover a great deal in a very short period of time!


Date: Thursday 16 March 2017, 7pm – 8.15pm

Entry: $10 ($6 students/beneficiaries) Book now or pay at the door.

Location: The Aetherius Society, 269 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead, North Shore (parking available on site)

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