1994 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT JOURNAL OF THE TEACHINGS, PHILOSOPHY AND PROCEDURES OF A CULT: THE EMIN

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On offer is a fascinating, original manuscript journal detailing the inner workings, procedures and philosophical teachings of what some consider a cult and some an alternate or self religion known as the Emin. The 195 page or so book is dated August 1994 through August 1995 and is filled with the notes and teachings one unidentified individual received in training while being inculcated with the Emin philosophy. While there are no ownership clues we believe this book originated in Toronto as some of the tucked in pages are on recycled scrap paper of a Toronto based group. The book is a cheap plastic cover slightly wrinkled; interior good save for a loos page or two. Overall G. BACKGROUND NOTES: WIKIPEDIA: "The Emin" or "The Emin Society" was an esoteric movement based on the work of Raymond Armin, known to members as "Leo". Originally, The Emin was named "The Eminent Way" or "The Way". The movement arose in the 1970s in the wake of the New Age. The Template Network is a movement which offers activities inspired by the Emin philosophy. In 1973, the religious movement started in London. It was first known as "the Eminent Way", which later was abbreviated to "Emin". The organisation was formally represented by the "Emin Foundation". In 1977, an Israeli branch emerged and a center was established in a Tel Aviv neighborhood in 1980. In November 1978, Emin founder Armin travelled to the US to start the Church of the Emin Coils in Florida. As of 1978 there were also groups in Canada and Australia. In Israel, Emin members established the village Ma'ale Tzviya in 1979. The Emin was founded by John Schertenlieb, who later became known as Leo Raymond Armin, and as "Leo" among Emin members. Armin was born on 27 July 1924. He died in 2002. Armin has left numerous lections, written and recorded on audio and video tape, which are known as ?The archives?. They serve as source of authority and knowledge. The Archives include writings on psychology and personal development, theology, cosmology, history, meditation, and various practical personal development and perception exercises. Most, but not all, of these writings were written by Raymond Armin. The Template is a philosophical concept, introduced by Armin in 1992. It describes the spiritual development of the non-physical body through a hierarchically structured system of 16 spheres. Every sphere, with a symbolic name like amethyst or ruby, represents a level of consciousness. The Template Network, with its umbrella organisation Template Foundation, is an organisation based on the Emin philosophy. It is an international network of independent groups, with interests including education, art, ecology, well-being, science and spirituality. As of 2009 there were some 1700 people regularly engaged within these groups. There are groups in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and United States. There are several independent organisations and companies offering courses on a commercial basis that draw on Emin concepts and practices. These include Blue Rose Wellness, an Emin/Template center of spiritual healing, located in Brier, Washington state, USA, and the Ruby Care Foundation, an Emin/Template charity group concerned with grief and loss management. The Template Foundation's first premise is that creation is continuously evolving and that human life is part of that evolution. The second premise is that human life is an opportunity to consciously find one's own purpose within that evolution. Each individual is responsible for his or her own development and destiny. In 1985, Emin established a headquarters in Leiden, Netherlands. In the 1990s it founded the "Gemrod Foundation", which organized esoteric workshops, e.g. courses on clairvoyance and aura reading.; Manuscript; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall; KEYWORDS: HISTORY OF, GEMROD, THE EMIN, THE EMIN SOCIETY, RAYMOND ARMIN, LEO, THE EMINENT WAY, CHURCH OF THE EMIN COILS, MA'ALE TZVIYA, THE TEMPLATE NETWORK, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS, SELF RELIGIONS, SECTS, CULTS, ALTERNATIVE RELIGIONS, GEMROD FOUNDATION, JOHN SCHERTENLIEB, HERMETIC MAGIC, CHALADEAN, DEMONOLOGY, NEO-PLATONIC, CLAIRVOYANCE, AURA READING, OCCULT, SUPERNATURAL, OTHER WORLDLY, FALSE RELIGIONS, WORSHIP, HANDWRITTEN, MANUSCRIPT, AUTOGRAPHED, AUTHORS, MANUSCRIPT, DOCUMENT, LETTER, AUTOGRAPH, KEEPSAKE, WRITER, HAND WRITTEN, DOCUMENTS, SIGNED, LETTERS, MANUSCRIPTS, HISTORICAL, HOLOGRAPH, WRITERS, AUTOGRAPHS, PERSONAL, MEMOIR, MEMORIAL, PERSONAL HISTORY, ARCHIVE, DIARY, DIARIES, antiquité, contrat, vélin, document, manuscrit, papier Antike, Brief, Pergament, Dokument, Manuskript, Papier oggetto d'antiquariato, atto, velina, documento, manoscritto, carta antigüedad, hecho, vitela, documento, manuscrito, Papel,

Title: 1994 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT JOURNAL OF THE TEACHINGS, PHILOSOPHY AND PROCEDURES OF A CULT: THE EMIN

Author Name: UNIDENTIFIED.

Categories: Books and Manuscripts General Overview, 21st Century Manuscript, 21st Century Diary, M. Benjamin Katz, Books & Manuscripts,

Publisher: TORONTO ONTARIO CANADA, 1994

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 0002015

Keywords: Keywords: History Of GEMROD The Emin The Emin Society Raymond Armin LEO The Eminent Way Church Of The Emin Coils Ma'ale Tzviya