A magazine for people interested in spiritual matters
The magazine Kosmos is designed to provide information on Martinus’ analyses and improve their understanding of his world picture. The magazine shows how the new humane world culture is gaining influence on people’s lives and on evolution and development all over the world.
The magazine publishes articles that are written by Martinus himself or based on his lectures, and articles written by others with an interest in his work. The articles guide the reader through a wide range of spiritually scientific subjects, such as science versus spiritual science, reincarnation, depression and vitality, health and joy in living, the crisis of marriage, intellectualised Christianity, the science of fate and the development of a new, humane world culture. Through shedding light on these issues, Kosmos tries to give examples of how to put the new ethical view of life of Martinus’ world picture into practice, and as a reader of Kosmos you can be inspired to see your own life, and the world we live in, in a broader perspective.
In the regular question-and-answer column, the reader can ask questions about any aspect of Martinus Cosmology. The editors are also happy to receive articles written by readers. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of Kosmos
Martinus provided the following examples of his wishes regarding the purpose and content of Kosmos.
“Its purpose is firstly to provide information on the growth of my Cause and innovations within it, so that those who are interested can keep themselves up to date with it. Over time the magazine – along with other material – can form the basis for the history of the Cause.
“… the layer of the population that is hungry for wisdom is much thinner than the layer that is hungry for entertainment. There is thus a much larger audience for a magazine that provides entertainment, than for a magazine that provides wisdom. For this reason, the latter kind of magazine must always be more expensive than the former. ” (Kosmos no. 1, 1939)