The Martinist lessons are quite fascinating. Some of it can be quite dry (1770’s philosophical writing style), but once you get into the writings of Boehme and, especially, Pasquales – you learn some exciting things about life and what happens after death, the history of the first settlements after the great flood (Noah and descendants), Kabbalah sephiroth, philosophical lectures from modern Martinists, and a lot more.
“What hinders us from seeing and hearing the Creator, is our own hearing, seeing and willing; by our own will we separate ourselves from the will of the Creator. We see and hear within our own desires, which obstructs us from seeing and hearing Divinity. Terrestrial and material things overshadow us, and we cannot see beyond our own human nature.”