Introduction


Presented in reverse chronology, this history stretches from the present back to the Fellowship's 1970 founding, and beyond.
(See "Blog Archive" in the sidebar below.) It draws from many sources, including The Fellowship of Friends - Living Presence Discussion, the Internet Archive, the former Fellowship of Friends wiki project, cult education and awareness sites, news archives, and from the editor's own 13-year experience in the Fellowship.

The portrait that emerges stands in stark contrast to sanitized versions presented on the Fellowship's array of
alluring websites, and on derivative sites created by Burton's now-estranged
disciple, Asaf Braverman.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Robert Burton reveals Leonardo's intentions

[ed. - Leonardo Da Vinci and Sandro Botticelli had Robert Burton and Asaf Braverman's "Sequence" and "Four Wordless Breaths" in mind when working on the Mona Lisa all those years. The quotes below, apparently from Robert Burton, confirm this "fact." Asterisks, I assume, indicate where the images in the presentation change.]


"somebody" wrote on the Fellowship of Friends Discussion blog, August 8, 2008:
Be gentle and don’t be too harsh on Daily Cardiac [Fellowship member and blogger] and other students, they are listening to these things a few times a week. Poor things :(
*Here we see the Mona Lisa with four fingers draped over the edge of the chair, outside of time, and four dowels beneath the arm of the chair. Rembrandt used the same shadowy technique. She also shows four fingers on the other hand, with the thumb out. Behind the Mona Lisa is an aqueduct with four aches, representing the four wordless breaths. The sequence is the water of life flowing through the four arches. 
Botticelli used this same motif in his painting of the Adoration of the Magi, having heard about Leonardo’s painting from Raphael. Here Botticelli is the steward, with his red hair combusting. His hands are hidden, like Moses not touching God with his hands. Behind him is a bridge with four arches, representing the four wordless breaths. He looks shrewd because the steward has gotten the victory – he has finished the sequence and is supporting the four wordless breaths.

"somebody" wrote on the Fellowship of Friends Discussion blog, August 7, 2008:
more brainwashing?
The ability to portray the message well does not necessary translate into the capacity to be it, to transcend it into presence.

Many people have had the message, but it is uncertain whether they had the presence to back it up. *Here, in our age, we see the Dali Lama holding a sequential bow with six arrows. He is quite a prominent public figure, but this message is for very few people. Influence C are here in this Pavilion.

The sequence is a divine magic flute; its music dissolves imagination. We are the breath needed to play it. (A student)

Our sequential breathing. *A wonderful statue from Cyprus depicts a steward with two flutes, representing short Be on the left, and long Be, which is slightly larger, on the right. He holds four fingers on each flute, representing the inhalation and exhalation of the four wordless breaths. In fact, the opera The Magic Flute by Mozart, who was connected with the Freemasons, is a school work.

Inconspicuous presence means there is nothing but presence, and no one else can detect that.

The Hindu texts say, “The wise man lives happily. Just seeing when seeing, just hearing when hearing, just feeling when feeling, just smelling when smelling, and just tasting when tasting.” Presence is its own imperishable reward. *Here is a photograph of me taken in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Influence C are asking a lot from all of us, but we must remember that what they want for us is the state they are in.

Unbelievably, we are in the same state as Influence C who are in this Pavilion now. However, this state is permanent for them, while we are subject to losing it to imagination. They are asking a lot from us, but they are giving us even more. *Last week I stayed in Modesto, California. It was the fortieth anniversary of my automobile accident (1968-2008), which occurred in Modesto. My car was hit sideways, and I woke up with a hundred stitches in my head. *I was driving this same model Volkswagen “bug” in the same tan color. Shortly after Konstanze Murr completed her task, we stepped out of a restaurant in Sacramento, and we observed a car, which was the same model and color as Konstanze’s, with a license plate saying “Sung and Danced”. It did not say, “Sing and Dance”, because Kostanze had sung and danced – she has finished her role.

“The lower self is insatiable for many things, and above all for imagination.”

He cannot get enough of imagination. I was watching two people in life conversing, and both were speaking in imagination, talking and looking up, with a veil on their faces. *An illuminated manuscript depicts an angel sealing Satan and his devils in a bottomless pit. Here we see how the lower self craves imagination with his ten thousand ‘I’s. In this case, however, the angel –long Be – has locked them up in the red narrow gate.

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