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Martinus, Per Bruus-Jensen, Sigbritt Therner – Martinus Center “Cosmos” (Kosmos) and Arnold Therner – NCP X-AIONS …

Martinus and Sigbritt Therner, Kosmos, Varnhem, October 1964

Martinus and Sigbritt Therner, Kosmos, Varnhem, October 1964

As shown by this website, Sigbritt Therner was one of the very first to introduce Martinus Cosmology in Sweden, and she was a true pioneer in many different ways. In 1951 she also founded the first Martinus Center in Sweden; Cosmos Center or Kosmos Feriehem in Varnhem which was later inaugurated by Martinus on June 19, 1965 (photos below).

Martinus and Sigbritt Therner

Martinus and Sigbritt Therner

During these early days Sigbritt Therner also developed a close relationship with Per Bruus-Jensen who, for several years, was Martinus’ pupil and collaborator, and over the years she showed great commitment to Per Bruus-Jensen/PBJ and his extensive work based on the mission* Martinus assigned to him. This was also an early and great inspiration to Arnold Therner, one of the founders and project leaders of  NCP X-AIONS New Cosmic Paradigm with Advanced Institute of Ontological Principles and New Science, which continues the work on PBJ’s collected writings and research. The background to and aim of NCP X-AIONS is to continue implementing Per Bruus-Jensen’s work, systematizing and presenting the Ontology of The Cosmic Worldview. A work and project in close cooperation with PBJ, made possible by his extensive teaching that, for many years, he imparted to the founders of NCP X-AIONS. In this context it should be emphasized that NCP X-AIONS is completely freestanding and independent, and also that the Foundation Kosmos Varnhem founded by Sigbritt continues today but with a somewhat different focus compared to the one that she initiated.

* The mission that Martinus assigned to Per Bruus-Jensen, was to specify, systematize and codify the intuitive knowledge that Martinus conveyed, which would also equip him for his later work; pursuing the creation of connections between this Cosmology and Natural Science; i.e. between Spirituality and Science.

Martinus & Sigbritt Therner, January 1965, The foundation Kosmos Varnhem
The Cosmological Flag, Martinus Center - Kosmos feriehem / Center Varnhem, Sweden, June 1965
Kosmos Center Varnhem, inauguration by Martinus on June 19, 1965
Martinus talks at Kosmos Varhem on June 20, 1965 (the day after inauguration)

“Martinus Cosmology” (Martinus Kosmologi) and “Cosmos” (Kosmos)

Per Bruus-Jensen recounts the background of the term “Martinus Cosmology”:
“Martinus had notably given me the task to create a correspondence course that systematically described the Cosmic World Picture he conveyed. This particular course is also the basis for my main work in four volumes: “X”- A Complete Introduction to Martinus Cosmology; The X-Work. It was in 1959 at the launch of my correspondence course that we – not least Martinus himself – realized that the term “Spiritual Science” (which Martinus had used up to that point) might seem provocative, strange and frightening to many people. As an alternative I therefore suggested the term “Martinus Cosmology” – as “Cosmology” means “the doctrine of the Cosmos; the ordered universe/ multiverse” – and thereby this term fits perfectly into the World View Martinus presents that precisely represents such a description … Martinus instantly took to the name and decided at the same time that the Institute at Mariendalsvej (in Copenhagen) would immediately change its name from “Martinus Spiritual Institute” to just “Martinus Institute”. Furthermore, he emphasized that the Institute’s newsletter would be resurrected as a magazine called “Cosmos” (Kosmos).