The Martinus Cosmology Podcast presents the fifth in a series of lectures given in English by Ole Therkelsen.
Ole Therkelsen describes the transformational spiritual experience that Martinus had 100 years ago on 24th March 1921 that enabled him to experience the laws and principles of life. This formed the basis of his authorship of Livets Bog (The Book of Life) and many other works. His world picture was not in the absolute sense “his”. It is an eternal world picture to which his consciousness opened up. He said that he “gained access to the ocean of knowledge”.
He also created the Martinus Institute as the administrative centre of his work and the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark as an education centre for courses. He predicted that the centre would one day become a university for the study of the world picture he described. Ole described the guidelines set out by Martinus for how co-workers at the Institute and the Centre should cooperate in a harmonious and friendly way.
Ole Therkelsen (born in 1948) is a chemical engineer and a biologist with a life-long interest in Martinus Cosmology. He was introduced to Martinus Cosmology by his parents when he was a small boy, and since 1980 he has given about 2000 lectures on Martinus’s world picture in fifteen countries in six different languages. Many of his lectures may be heard on http://www.oletherkelsen.dk and on http://www.youtube.com. He is the author of Martinus, Darwin and Intelligent Design – A New Theory of Evolution and Martinus and the New World Morality. His books are available from http://amazon.com and http://amazon.co.uk.
This lecture was given by Ole Therkelsen at The Martinus Centre, Klint, Denmark on 29th July August 2006.
Music composed and performed by Lars Palerius.
Photo: Berit Djuse.
Martinus’s literature is available online on the Martinus Institute’s website. Here you can also find information about the international summer courses at the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark
In May 2018 Mary McGovern and The Martinus Institute organised the third Translators’ Week at the Martinus Centre, Klint, Denmark. The purpose of the week was to give the institute’s translators, language consultants and proofreaders the opportunity to attend a series of lectures on translating, to develop mutual friendship and cooperation, and to work in the peace and quiet of the centre, away from the many duties of daily life. Twenty-one people, representing 11 languages, the institute’s publishing house and the institute’s international IT service, attended.
In this episode Pernilla Rosell interviews English translator Mary McGovern about the Translators’ Week and her own experience of translating Martinus’s works. Mary provides some insight into the translation process and describes the translation group’s desire to make Martinus’s world picture available in as many languages as possible. They see the translation work as a contribution to understanding ourselves and the world around us.
This podcast was recorded by Pernilla Rosell and Mary McGovern at The Martinus Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark on 19th May 2018. Music composed and performed by Lars Palerius.
Below, you’ll find some more photos from the Translators’ Week 2018.
Associate Professor Henrik Gottlieb (Copenhagen University) gives a lecture about decoding and translating Danish compund nouns.
Martinus’s literature is available online on the Martinus Institute’s website: The Martinus Institute. Here you can also find information about the international summer courses at the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark.
What does it mean to you to have a spiritual experience with signs and colours that you cannot explain? How can we learn more about universal love, intuition, eternity and infinity? In the sixth episode of the Martinus Cosmology Podcast, Pernilla Rosell interviews Sarah Ann Kinnear from Pensacola, Florida, about her personal spiritual experiences and her encounter with Martinus’ cosmology, as well as her activities for promoting learning about Martinus’ works in Pensacola.
Sarah worked as a teacher and as principal for 35 years and has written a seven-volume series of children’s books entitled Little Pearl’s Reflection, the first three of which have been published (see link below), illustrated by Bodil Sebrina Christensen. Sarah tells us about the inspiration she felt when she found Martinus’ symbols and works and began studying them. She explains how some of Martinus’ cosmic analyses and symbols have inspired her in her own life and in the creation of her children’s books.
Sarah also tells us about her experience of taking part in the international summer courses at the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark. This podcast was recorded by Pernilla Rosell at the Martinus Centre on 12th August 2017, at the end of the summer season 2017 during Sarah’s sixth visit to the centre.
Martinus’s literature is available online on the Martinus Institute’s website: http://www.martinus.dk/en. Here you can also find information about the international summer courses at the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark.