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Break on through



Fire is the energy that binds all things together. We need to find this energy within ourselves. Through fire we connect.

Our sense of belonging has been destroyed. Instead of living in the real world of our ancestors, we live in a maelstrom of technological progress. We need to live a life that is real.

There is another world out there, a world in which we are connected to the Life Force that came into being when the Universe was born. This is the world of the Gods. This is the reality we need to believe in. This is the House where the followers of Eleima dwell.

What are the questions people ask from their position in the world? Do they regret surrendering their dignity and pride? Do they love themselves or hate themselves? I don’t think they know, or it changes minute to minute. Or the question is so implicit in everything they do that they can’t get outside it to answer.
— (Don DeLillo, 'Cosmopolis')

It’s good to be here, on this earth, it’s good to be alive - but there is always that sense of not completely being here; somehow, always there is the feeling that what surrounds us is not quite real.

As we go through this world, with friends, lovers and opponents, we often find ourselves thinking of a life that takes place on a different plane of existence. A more meaningful life.

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The man-made world we live in seems an imitation of something we don't understand. This world of people feels like it is a reflection of another world, a reflection of something infinitely greater and fantastically well-thought through. And that other world is nothing like this palace of mirrors.

Wherever you go, you meet people who have this sense of being cheated by the material world. Because there must be more to life than just to live it collecting things; there is more than eating your way through the wealth this existence offers.

Some of us feel we need to break through to another world. We know we have to, but for a long time it was not clear how we can do this. These days it is finally becoming clear.  We have to accept that we have animal bodies and animal desires, connected to a divine Heart.


The way our bodies exist is not accidental. After all, even though humans are a specific species and have capacities and needs that other animals do not have, our bodies are animal-bodies. It is the animal in us that roams the streets at night, an animal that hungrily looks out into the world.

There are questions that need to be answered, we are hungry for the answers. So we continue to ask the questions. The hunger is a longing and we will go to any length to still it, we will do anything either ridiculous or glorious, even though we know we won’t ever be able to still our hunger.

So what we need to do is to let go of the way we are accustomed to see the world we live in. We need new questions and new answers. We need to find a new way of seeing, and we can find that way through a new faith. This faith is based on the teachings written down in the book called ‘Otropos’. There is a feeling that needs to be expressed, and it will express itself through this faith. The other world is real.

You are a messenger to the Gods. Your life is the message. What you think, changes how you act. The Faith of Eleima shows you how to communicate with the Gods. This will make your life better - not tomorrow or next week, but right now.

You live your life as if it’s real - a thousand kisses deep.
— (Leonard Cohen, 'A Thousand Kisses Deep')

This is what current society leads to (Source: The Guardian)

We live in anxious times. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy $1tn a year, with a 50% increase in the number of people with depression or anxiety between 1990 and 2013. In the US, general anxiety disorder affects 6.8 million adults and sales of books on anxiety are up 25% year on year at Barnes & Noble. In the UK, the Office for National Statistics’ national wellbeing survey last month showed that 17.8% of the population reported “some evidence indicating depression or anxiety”.

However, anxiety and fear are not inevitable companions to life. See how you may change your life for the better through the Faith of Eleima.