Geophilosophy is the universal philosophy that is present in all parts of the world and in all ancient cultures.
This philosophy is the guiding and intuitive knowledge that is inherent in every human being and can make us be aware of the mysteries of life. It was known by the name “GNANA” in the oriental Yoga-teachings, “IRFAN” in the Persian culture and “GNOSIS” denoting Christian and Pre-Christian mysticism. This knowledge has been prevalent in all magnificent civilizations such as Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Egypt, Tibet, Aztec, Maya, Greek, etc., but continued throughout the centuries, disguised with the cloak of alchemy, during the Medieval Age. It continued, dressed in alchemical symbols, also in the times of the Cathars, in the 14th, 15th and 16th century, until being studied in the light of modern Psychoanalysis by scholars like Carl Gustav Jung. When he was studying one of the codices found in Nag Hammadi (Middle East) he exclaimed, full of astonishment: “My God! I have spent all my life trying to understand the human psyche and they, the Gnostics, had done it two thousand years ago!” In the Gospel of Thomas that was one of the texts that were found in Nag Hammadi, you can read: “The Psyche carries within itself the potential to liberate us or enslave us”.

Several contemporary authors, scientists and philosophers have expressed the idea of a common universal knowledge..

“All religions are like precious pearls strung on the golden thread of Divinity”
Samael Aun Weor