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Franz Bardon

 “The Akasha is the mightiest, the highest, the most unimaginable, the primordial existence, the original cause of all things created; it is the casual sphere. Therefore the Akasha is spaceless and timeless; it is uncreated, incomprehensible and indefinable.” (from: Initiation into Hermetics by Franz Bardon, 1999 translation, page 21).




  In Theosophy of the Rosicrucian, Rudolf Steiner describes something called the

"Akasha Chronicle," also known as the "Akashic Record."



  What is the Akasha Chronicle?   We can form the truest conception of it by realising

that what comes to pass on our earth makes a lasting impression upon certain delicate

essences, an impression which can be discovered by a seer who has attained Initiation.

 It is not an ordinary but a living Chronicle.   Suppose a human being lived in the first century after Christ; what he thought, felt and willed in those days, what passed into deeds — this is not obliterated but preserved in this delicate essence. The seer can behold it-not as if it were recorded in a history book, but as it actually happened.

How a man moved, what he did, a journey he took-it can all be seen in these spiritual pictures; the impulses of will, the feelings, the thoughts, can also be seen.



   At a certain high level of his cognitive power, man can penetrate to the eternal origins of the things which vanish with time. A man broadens his power of cognition in this way if he is no longer limited to external evidence where knowledge of the past is concerned. Then he can see in events what is not perceptible to the senses, that part which time cannot destroy. He penetrates from transitory to non-transitory history. It is a fact that this history is written in other characters than is ordinary history. In gnosis and in theosophy it is called the “Akasha Chronicle.” Only a faint conception of this chronicle can be given in our language.



Cheryl Trine

    In her book The New Akashic Records: Knowing, Healing & Spiritual Practice, Cheryl Trine writes:

 "As Book of Life, we think of the Akashic Records as having a scribe or recorder whom we meet upon entering. Whether this person be Thoth, the Egyptian God of Writing; or Chitra Gupta, scribe for Yama, the Hindu God of Death; or Metatron, also called Enoch, the man chosen by God to become angel; there must be some type of intermediary between us and the information to be had from our Akashic Records. Whether we call them guides, keepers, or Lords of Karma, we picture someone helping us find our one book among the many, helping us find the right page amongst the uncountable pages available. However, within the perspective of Spiritual Energy Dynamics ... opening the Akashic Records is actually an opening into the collective experience of All That Is and is also the beginning of understanding the experience of Unity. Practically speaking, opening the Akashic Records feels like sending your awareness into the unknown to have a conversation with those who are deeply aware and full of love, compassion, and energy for you."


  Paramahamsa Nithyananda 

The individual akashic records of each being are recorded in our DNA

   Paramahamsa Nithyananda , a young enlightened master in India today, explains that the individual akashic records of each being are recorded in our DNA. Scientists have called this inactive genetic material “junk DNA” because it has no obvious function, but open-minded investigation has proven that biology does not furnish any “junk” tissue in nature. All organs and substances have a purpose. Leading-edge experiments with inactive DNA are revealing that it is simply dormant, acting rather like a storage area. Paramahamsa Nithyananda cites ancient Vedic science which confirms that the “storage DNA” of an organism contains that organism’s entire history, including all of its previous lives on Earth. It holds all the memories from each lifetime.


Lucy Rinehart

Published on Oct 16, 2008

   "Whether it's technology, transportation, communication, education, or entertainment, the computer age has revolutionized the globe and the ways in which we understand and interact with one another.   No segment of modern society has gone unaffected.  The amount of information now stored in computer memory and crossing the Internet highway daily is literally unfathomable. And yet, this vast complex of computer systems and collective databases cannot begin to come close to the power, the memory, or the omniscient recording capacity of the Akashic Records." 


Mother Meera, born Kamala Reddy (born 26 December 1960) is believed by her devotees to be an embodiment (Avatar) of the Divine Mother (Shakti or Devi)

  "The ʻmost ancient, form of Mysticism,ʼ is bound up with what is called the Akashic Records. Any knowledge,however profound, however ancient, may be recovered through contemplation, asking the right questions, and delving deep into the mind/soul. Everything is Šakti, energy/force, and likewise knowledge is a refined form of energy. Indeed, knowledge at this level of refinement is more a silent understanding beyond the need for words.


The word, Akasha, is derived from two ancient Tibetan or northern Indian words.

“Aka” means space, storage place, or repository, and “Sa” means sky, hidden, or secret. A simple translation of “Akasha” is “an unseen space or storage place.”

The Akashic Records are, then, a hidden library of records imprinted on the subtle space of the Akasha.


Next: Page 10, The Recording Angels in Religions I

Sikh Recording Angels

Recording Angels in Hinduism

The Book of Life





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