The Origins of Belzebuub's Courses
Belzebuub created his first website in 2001 in order to spread the message of Gnosticism
throughout the world. Utilizing the internet was unprecedented as a method of reaching
people who might be interested in the Gnostic work, as neither of Belzebuub's
predecessors Samael Aun Weor or Rabolu had created websites.
Belzebuub initially registered the URL www.gnosticmovement.com on which to host this
site. The name was later changed to www.mysticweb.org however, a name which would
appeal more broadly to people who were interested in spirituality in general.
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About Spiritual Author Belzebuub — An Introduction to His Work
Belzebuub is the spiritual pen name of the author Mark Pritchard who has written multiple
free courses and seven books on topics such as out-of-body experiences, self-discovery,
dreams, the development of consciousness, and the path to enlightenment. He says the
name Belzebuub is the eternal name of his consciousness, and that everyone has an inner
spiritual name which they can discover.
Belzebuub has always taught freely. His free courses were taken by more than 90,000
people in over 100 countries. His books were also released online as free eBooks, and
were downloaded over 140,000 times before they had to be taken offline due to extreme
plagiarism. Over 900 separate instances of plagiarism of Belzebuub’s work have been
Belzebuub’s book on astral travel was a bestseller in its genre on Amazon.com and his title
Gazing into the Eternal was a finalist in the 2009 USA News Best Book Awards. He has
appeared on over 70 radio and television programs internationally, including 19 interviews
with the BBC.
Read more: https://www.belzebuub.com/
Belzebuub ATAD book review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_j4Q-HK6PU
Belzebuub Gnostic Movement practices – Geraldine’s experience:
My Experiences with Belzebuub's Teachings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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