A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE Birds of a Feather Flock Together!

Let us imagine ourselves in the future. Once more the earth circles on a course that has brought it nearer to the invigorating radiations from the Luminous Regions. A different human race has arisen upon it, for which a new and better epoch has begun. Human beings have so changed inwardly that their spirit can absorb the new knowledge of Creation.

Above all, they have recognised that they must without exception interweave with their life on earth the Laws of their God, the Laws of Creation, the Cosmic Laws, to which also belong the Laws of Nature, if they are to succeed in ascending. Decisive for this are the three principal Laws: the Law of Reciprocal Action (the Law of Cause and Effect, or the Law of Sowing and Reaping), the Law of Gravitation, and the Law of Attraction of Homogeneous Species. The latter is of particular importance in regard to the new arrangement of social life.

The so-called ‘social instinct’, that is, human efforts to unite on the basis of common thought and volition, as also of the same habits and customs, is one effect of this Law. History shows that all the peoples have had such associations, which are known as castes, ranks or classes.

It unfolds the same effect in everyday life of humans. Always such people come together who have some characteristic in common, be

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