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trekA side step: A {practical?} analogy..."Every so often Shatner would ride his Suzuki Titan 500 motorcycle in the desert near Palmdale, in the area between the San Gabriel mountain and Edwards Air Force base...One day, he was riding through the desert with four friends when his bike hit a hole and he was thrown off. The heavy bike fell on top of him, striking his head, and he lost consciousness for a short time. Oddly, the other bikers saw none of this. They said later, that the fourth figure on the bike behind them, which they assumed was Shatner, was never out of their sight. The identity of this rider has never been determined. Just as he was coming to, Shatner felt and heard something strange. He later described it as 'like when you have a nightmare and you feel something crawling over your body and wrestling with you'. Whatever the 'shadowy phantom' was, Shatner immediately felt better, as if he were infused with fresh energy. He got up, righted his motorcycle, and tried to start it. But the machine would not start...Suddenly his bike seemed to acquire a mind of its own. He could push it only in one direction - it was as if an unseen force was directing it. On the horizon, directly in front of him, he kept seeing a mysterious dark figure waving him on. Seeing the figure renewed his vigour to push on...He almost certainly would have died had he not been guided by the UNknown presence." [From the book 'Captain Quirk' by D. Hauck. All emphasis, this readers].

A further head scratch and/or change of pace {i.e.,as seen from a different 'angle'}: The words ''stranger'' and ''strange'' - from the above two examples - in relation to...

"The siren heralds a friend - the bee a stranger."

trek2"Wisdom is a flower from which the bee its honey makes and the spider poison, each according to its own nature." [Chapter 2, 'Alchemists Handbook' by F. Albertus]. Link to the word ''chakra'' and/or ''karma''.

"One of the titles of Zeus was 'Melissaios,' the Bee Man. It is said he had a 'son' by a nymph, who afraid of Hera's wrath, had the 'babe' placed in a wood, where Zeus caused him to be fed by bees. The shepherd Phagros, son of Apollo and the same nymph, found the child and gave him the name Meliteus. He became a great hero, and founded a town which he called Melita, the honey - town." [Same chapter, same book]. 'Food' for thought?

"Other chapters of the Quran are called the ''Ant'' and the ''Spider,'' but the Bee is the only animal whom Muhammed says is addressed by the 'Lord' himself.''

Question. Which of the above represents lower/higher and why?

"Another writer, Ibn Magih, relates that the Prophet said: Honey is a remedy for every illness, and the Quran is a remedy for all illnesses of the mind, therefore i recommend to you both remedies, the Quran and honey." [Chapter 6, 'The Sacred Bee'. Mentioned elsewhere].

"The fact that Plutarch, along with numerous others, writes of the close relationship between Dionysus and Apollo at Delphi suggests an intimacy and affinity between the two gods, one that was well known to antiquity. Yet, their radical differences and polarity is also well recognized. Further, the 'mythologems' which constitute the mythic history of Dionysus and Apollo are quite diverse and come from numerous and varied sources. These sources frequently express a 'conflict' between the two gods, particularly in terms of the realms that each of them represent. This conflict may be expressed as one between the celestial Apollo [1.e.,above and/or 'dry'] and the chthonic Dionysus [i.e., below and/or 'wet']. Between them stands the 'singer' Orpheus, whose human task is to establish a necessary harmony between them." [Chapter entitled The Orphic Mystery: Harmony and Mediation, from the book 'Alexandria'. Vol One, by D. Fideler].

"...the opening of the knowledge of the masculine and feminine potencies necessary unto the manifestation of all things." Potency in relation to polarity?

Chapter 6, 'The Tree of Life' by I. Regardie. Dionysus in relation to the Egyptian Osiris.

 

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Temple mount.

"The six 'Meditations' and accompanying selections from the 'Objections and Replies' provide a definitive statement of what Descartes intended as the foundations of his whole philosophy. His project was to resolve the epistemological questions brought about by the prevailing scepticism of his age: to build, from the basis of self awareness [Cogito, ergo sum], through the notion of a 'benevolent god', to a systematic and novel approach to metaphysics, and to construct a secure starting point for science." [Back cover....'Meditations and other Metaphysical Writings' by Rene Descartes].

Exercise {ie., apply the above to 'see' a possible connection}: "There; at Abu Ruash; the pyramid of {Djed}efre was built on top of a rocky outcrop that in antiquity would have been clearly visible {'horizon' link?} from Heliopolis. As a matter of fact - sunset at the winter solstice." [Page 29 'Imhotep the African: Architect of the Cosmos' / R. Bauval].

Refresher: The end of something {dark?} begins the process {light?} of something else - RELATIVE to a 'learning curve' {arc}?

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The foundation stone.

As seen from a different perspective: "Abraham was a seeker. A spiritual seeker. He was looking for truth...Mount Moriah was a sacred place even before the story of Abraham's 'sacrifice' of a ram {Aries?} on top of that rocky outcrop...David's greatest act - once Jerusalem was established - was to buy a piece of land within the land of Moriah...On top of which was built the first temple...The name 'Jerusalem' and 'Moriah' are connected to the word ''foundation''...." Enlarged elsewhere.

''The Foundation Stone is the name of the rock at the center of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. It is also known as the Pierced Stone because it has a small hole in the S/E corner that enters a cavern beneath the rock...Some say it is the most holy spot in Jerusalem." ['Wiki'].

'Mountain' {top of.} in relation to 'cave' as a means...? Enlarged throughout.

Try ''lance'' / ''pierced'' / S/E corner - for that universal connection - before those bigger questions are asked.

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'In motion' or static? As a means...?

And/or: ''RELATIVE'' in relation to: "The theories of space and time we discuss in this book may well - in fact, probably will - turn out to be approximations to an as yet undiscovered deeper theory. Perhaps we should not be too surprised that nature sometimes appears counterintuitive to a tribe of observers, carbon based ape descendants roaming around on the surface of a rocky world orbiting an unremarkable middle-aged star at the outer edge of the Milky Way galaxy. Science is a discipline that celebrates uncertainty, and recognizing this is the key to its success. Galileo Galilei was born twenty years after Copernicus proposed his sun-centered model of the universe, and he thought very deeply about the meaning of motion. His intuition probably would have been the same as ours. The earth seems to us as though it is standing still, although the evidence from the motion of the planets across the sky points very strongly to the fact that it is not. Galileo's great insight was to draw a profound conclusion from this paradox. It feels like we are standing still, even though we know we are moving in orbit around the sun, because there is no way, not even in principle, of deciding what is standing still and what is moving. In other words, it only ever makes sense to speak of motion relative to something else. This is an incredibly important idea. It might seem obvious in some sense, but to fully appreciate its content requires some thought." [ Chapter entitled 'Space and Time' from the book 'Why Does E=Mc2?' / B. Cox and J. Forshaw].

Apply that thought to understand ''Counterintuitive'' in relation {relative?} to the Geocentric principle. As a means...? IF ONLY in defining a mind set.

As {one} example: "Sirius is sometimes called the 'Sun behind the sun', indicating that while the star we call the Sun is related to our physical center of Self in our Solar Plexus and the expression of our Selves within the physical earth, Sirius represents a more hidden center." ['Red Tree, White Tree']. Try ''center''.

Then ''static/dynamic''.

From a different perspective: "Rest implies Activity, and Activity implies Rest. Behind all activity there is a static background. Siva represents the static aspect of Reality and Sakti the moving aspect. The two, as they are in themselves, are one." [Page 24, 'The Serpent Power' / J. Woodroffe].

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''Hippo-cratic Oath.''

Yet another: Different time; different place {in 'story' form}: "You see Arthur, the most telling facts about opposites is that, to remain opposites, they must never come into merging contact with one another, least they lose their identity, and become neutral {Hippo/Croc/Oryx?}. When a force is united with its antithesis, there is a cancellation of all individual force - a chaotic redistribution for both - unity, yes, but no real movement. Neutrality, you see, is a state of non-motion, neither forward nor back. Only imbalance of one polarity or the other produces movement, in the direction of the weaker force {'croc'? and/or 'weak legs'?} - in the direction which most needs work. This teaching tool, the Druidic colleges have called: Constructive Imbalance. In contrast, when a force is paired with a like force {'hippo'? and/or 'strong legs'?}, there is strength in unity of a like kind, and growth results....You see, the societies of mankind are also subject to the grand division of two kinds: 1). Those who are as yet ignorant or unaccepting of the truth of re-birth, and so live lives of spiritual confinement and slow awakening; subject to the physical illusions of the world, but unable to see through them, and 2}. Those who have gained through time the spiritual maturity to dispense the illusions of the physical world, and live at once in both worlds {hippo/croc?} - while growing into 'The Beyond' {'glass' link?}…." [Page 215 'The 21 Lessons of Merlyn: A Study in Druid Magic and Lore' / Douglas Monroe].

Try ''simultaneous'' in relation to the sentence in italics.

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''The pineal body, a triangular or cone shaped organ is in the upper central part of the brain. Occult teaching says that this is the center through which the vibrations of 'superconsciousness' reach us....It is represented with the Mercury symbol." ['Occult Fundamentals and Spiritual Unfoldment' / P. F. Case].

And/or: {from a different perspective?}: " The Sanskrit name for 'superconsciousness' is Satta. It means literally, ''illumination material''. Its alchemical symbol is Mercury: the upper part of this symbol is a crescent, emblem of the Moon. The central part is a circle, representing the sun. The lower part is the cross of the four elements. The sun corresponds to what we have been calling Self-consciousness, and the moon to the subconscious. Hence the Mercury symbol signifies the raising of the powers of the subconscious ABOVE those of Self-consciousness. This is what happens when we become channels of 'superconsciousness'….HENCE: Mercury alone, among the planetary symbols, combines all three elements. The crescent symbol of subconsciousness is uppermost, the circle representing superconsciousness is now in the middle, and the 'cross' of self-consciousness is at the bottom. Thus Mercury represents the equilibrium of all three planes of consciousness. Do not understand that the placing of the crescent symbol at the top means that the subconsciousness has been made the superior term. What is meant is that the subconscious has been purified and RAISED so that it becomes the grail to receive the wine of life - the inspiration of spiritual wisdom....Rightly understood, the Mercury sign is one of the most enlightening symbols...." [Pages 21/41 of the book by P. F. Case].

Think about it all in relation to that universal ''bit'' FROM the earthly {'horizontal'} perspective. On a day to day basis.

Eureka moments do the same. Apply same to : "The cup markings, which appear to be universal in these Scandinavian sites and which are found occasionally on the walls and even roofs of stone built graves have long been a problem. The idea that they were libation cups, for offering food to the gods, cannot always be accepted on account of their position. Many, of course, in Scotland were used for the offering of milk to the 'Little People', until quite recent times and may be still. However the view is now held widely that many more were intended to represent symbols of a 'goddess' and are to be compared with the 'yoni' and 'lingam' of India...." [Page 87 'GogMagog' / T. Lethbridge].

A more closer to the 'mark' {Key} attempt of gaining an insight into a mindset would be ''foods untouched by fire''. Enlarged elsewhere.

Soul {female} as opposed to Spirit {male}. All as a means....?

Something extra: "Druidism was only one of the many religions in Gaul and not necessary the most widespread. Caesar tells us that Mercury was the Gaulish god to whom most reverence was paid and who had the most statues. Now by saying Mercury, Caesar was equating him with a group of three Gaulish gods, all of which had some of the attributes of Mercury...." [Page 151 'Gog Magog' / T. Lethbridge].

''I always wanted to be a wizard." Samwell Tarly. {Game of Thrones}.

Exercise: ''Corner'' {nine paragraphs back} - in relation to 4 corners {junction} in relation to: "The river Eridanus is divided into the Northern and Southern Stream - the former winding from the star Rigel of Orion to the paws of Cetus - the later extending thence southwards, southeast, and finally southwest below the horizon of New York City - 2 degrees beyond the lucida Achernar - near the junction of Phoenix, Tucana, Hydrus, and Horologium....It is the longest constellation in the sky...Caesius thought of it as the sky representation of the Jordan, or of the Red Sea, which the Israelites passed over as on dry land....Assemani quoted Al Kaff Algeria from the Borgian Globe for stars in the bend of the stream; but Ideler claimed these for Cetus... " ['Star Names and Their Meaning'].

''Whale'' in relation to Wet/Dry? Enlarged elsewhere.

And/or Square corner relative to a rounded one?

Side step: "In Greek thought 'Apollo' was the Logos or Word, the source of the worlds harmony, 'weaving' in eternal song all that is and will be. The most sacred thing at Delphi was the omphalos 'stone',[i.e.,meaning 'navel'], that marked the sacred center of the world and the place where all the worlds met. This 'stone' was covered with a net, 'mathematically' generated by the numbers of the 'gods' names. This 'net' depicted the world's soul. It 'caught' the thoughts or ideas of the great Cosmic 'mind' and pulled them into the material world. We each have a sacred 'center' like this in our body." [Chapter 21, 'The Sacred History']. And / or..."The 'net' was a symbol of what, even today we call the net of meridians and parallels. The omphalos of Delphi was similar to the object which represented the god Amon in Thebes, the "navel" of Egypt. [Page 349, 'Secrets of the Great Pyramid']. Latitude/ Longitude?

Try ''labyrinth''.

Analogy of same; but now with different KEYS..."There is a third way, and that is the approach to the center - the center of the spiral. That is, to the mid point of the web of creation. Here may be found a very ancient feminine symbol in the spider who spins and designs and builds the web of manifestation. The symbol is also found in Rosicrucian diagrams. She represents in other symbolic formulations the Three Sisters, the Fates, spinning, weaving and cutting the thread of life. Whoever becomes a 'victim' of the Spider is, when bound and eaten by her, transformed. She is also the sleeping Lady Venus who, if awakened, gives birth to a 'King'. Whoever has found her secret door is translated from questing querent into guardian of her Mysteries. In other words, a change of function, or a transformation, takes place." [Chapter 6, 'The Rose Cross and the Goddess: The Quest for the Eternal Feminine Principle ' by G. Knight].

''...a transformation takes place'' - as it does in any learning curve. Yes or No?

Define the above to understand {'transform'?} the following: "The head of Dorado marks the south pole of the ecliptic, so that, according to Caesius, the constellation gave its name to that point as the Polus Doradinalis. Within 3 degrees of this pole is the very remarkable nebula 30 Doradus, that Smyth called the True Lover's Knot, although now known as the Great Looped Nebula....Described by Sir John Herschel as an assemblage of loops and one of the most extraordinary objects in the heavens - ''the center of a great spiral.'' ['Star Names and Their Meaning' under Dorado, the Goldfish]. Try ''the center of...''

'Dolphin' in relation Mediterranean and Atlantic {waters} but Dorado in relation to tropical waters...ALL as a means...?

"It should be remembered that our stellar Dolphin is figured as the common cetacean of Atlantic and Med. waters, not the tropical that Dorado represents...Arabic calls it the Riding Camel...considered the Cross of Jesus by the early Christians, that was transferred to the skies after the crucifixion; but in Kazwini's day the learned of Arabia called {that star group} the Pearls or Precious Stones....Arabian astronomers called it ''a marine animal friendly to man, attendant upon ships to save the drowning sailors...Dorado {the Goldfish} first published by Bayer among his new southern figures...The word is from the Spanish, and refers not to our little exotic cyprinoid, but to the large coryphaena of the tropical seas, of changing colours at death...." Same book.

''Tropical'' in relation to Sidereal. H/V?

Davos Seaworth? {Game of Thrones}.

"What is decisive for me is that i dream about physics as Mr. Jung [and other non-physicists] think about physics. Every time i have talked to Mr. Jung [about the ''synchronistic'' phenomenon and such], a certain spiritual fertilization takes place." Wolfgang Pauli.

"Nature is a net of correspondence to be deciphered and integrated into a holistic {whole?} worldview." [extract from the book 'The Magister'. Parenthesis, this readers]. Anything?

N.B. The root of the word ''holy'' = whole, i.e.,a reunion of the ''whole?'' By way of ''correspondences?''

''The whole gamut of human experience {and/or emotions}''. Question. What animal represents that final word? ...Why?

Question. If Thebes equates to the 'navel' of Egypt, why is it that Amarna was indeed 'positioned' in the 'middle'. Once that 'development' was complete, Thebes was 'reinstated', [represented by 'the golden child']. See anything?

Question 2. Akhenaten has been associated with Moses - ''who attempted to speak to god 'face too face?'...'' - represented {of sorts} with the so called Mask of Agamemnon. Where within that Egyptian landscape would be the representation of ''he who walked with god''? Enlarged elsewhere.

N.B. Osiris = Aries = Ram = 'Sure footed' ? { i.e.,'mountain' as opposed to valley}.

Side note. Understanding those 'differences' defines or narrows down what such artifacts may represent and therefore belong to? Proving the validity of subject material. More importantly - the study of it.

A working example: "These bleak perspectives unnerve my skepticism, which i thought was invulnerable. Your earlier explanations gave me a reassuring impression of reality. But i confess that i am surprised to feel myself troubled by a subject i have always treated as superstition.'' Dominique listened to Thomas with an understanding smile. 'I am happy for you', he said. 'This proves that your intuition 'heard' what i was trying to transmit to you. The feeling you speak of has its purpose, for your new comprehension puts you face to face with a danger that could compromise your intuitive awakening, if you misunderstood its importance." ['Journey into the Light'].

"No one knows what these figures are meant to be. The Chinese call them 'The Acrobats' - more than 50 {'higher' link?}. Found in a {''small''} pit; very close to the 1st Emperor of China...Anatomically correct movement, unlike the Terracotta army figures. Not made to a template - all individually sculptured. One foot in front, the other behind...Arms, hips all in movement: 'It is something we only find in Greece. ONLY Greeks would do that. The people who made these had an idea how the Greeks did it. It took the Greeks centuries to learn it'. [Quotes by Dan Snow and Dr. Lucas Nickel within the program 'The Greatest Tomb on Earth'. Enlarged elsewhere].

move7Question. Who did the Greeks learn from? Proof. The 'rod' within the cat figurine {enlarged elsewhere} was also of Egyptian origin. Therefore that {possible} question is - who did the 1st Emperor first seek out - Greek or an Egyptian - and why - OR does it really matter? Universal {concepts?} available to ALL?

Side note: ALL statues of the same 'form' seem to be pulling something. Question. What is that 'something'. What does it REPRESENT?

A side step: "The 'eight' {Hermopolis link} are called the 'fathers and mothers' of Re, for the child that comes forth from this primordial lotus is Re, or Ra, the principle of light itself. It is often said that that 'Re' is himself the sun, which is inaccurate, for many texts affirm that Re 'penetrates' the solar globe and causes it to shine, so that he renders it luminous by his passage. Thus 'Re' is not the light but that which provokes {''divine bit'' link} the phenomenon of light. Thus Re is all. He is called Atum-Re at Heliopolis, Re-Horakhty at Memphis, and Amun-Re at Thebes..." [Extract from the book 'Egyptian Mysteries'. Emphasis - this readers].

Hermopolis, located by a small village called El Ashmunein (derived from Shmun), was the capital of the Fifteenth (Hare) Nome of Upper Egypt, but in ancient times was it was one of the great Egyptian cities known as Khmunu (Shmun). The name Shmun, which is ancient Egyptian for the word 'eight', is interesting and reflects one of the creation myths of the ancient Egyptians. This refers to the eight ancestors of creation who created the first child and thus it was believed that the first sun rise was over this city, which in turn created the world. Try ''child''.

"The water which appeared with creation, carrying the dark hillock Tum {Atum}, becomes the object of the Hermopolitan teaching. The sacred name of Hermopolis, fifteenth nome of Upper Egypt, was Khemenu, the city of the Eight, meaning eight Primordials; its civil name was Un, meaning ''existence''. ['Sacred Science']. Dark hillock? Something unknown?

Question. How would its known 'value' be represented?

"The active, living principle of the first fixation which is Tum, the black, is symbolised by the hieroglyph men, foundation, men.t the thigh, Mentu the sacred bull. But the principle of fixity is found in all of nature through the four elements, and can equally well be white, black, red or mottled {white speckled with red}. Inasmuch as function, the principle of fixity is therefore not to be confused with a state or an aspect; this is why Apis, the sacred bull of Memphis, is black; but the four Mentus {of Karnak, Medamud, Erman, and Tod, surrounding Thebes}, which symbolise the four qualities of fixity {earth, air, water and fire}, are respectively black, white red and mottled. Another example of the four aspects..." ['Sacred Science'. Includes italics and parenthesis with the exception of the words in bold print].

''Surrounding Thebes''. Therefore Thebes being the main point of interest {Principle?}. Recall its position in "the greater scheme of things".

And/or: ''Qualities" in relation to {versus?} 'quantities'.

Refresher: "The swan is white without spot" ?

"Many of the kings of the Old Kingdom Incorporated Mentu, the bull, in their names, and the age of Mentu ended with the Mentuhoteps 1-5. In the temple of Mentu consecrated to Mentuhotep 2nd - the king is shown as an old man. The word 'hotep' is generally translated as 'peace', but when translated to Schwaller de Lubicz's kind of translation it takes on a richer significance for htp is the reverse of Ptah, creator of form, and refers in this sense to realization or completion - of which 'peace' is but an aspect. Ptahhotep means 'realization of the work of Ptah'..." [Page 100 'Serpent in the Sky' / J. West].

God in reverse = dog. Dog Star? Anima link? 'Anima' of what?

Side step: Here, Thoth was worshiped in the form of the ibis and baboon. He was Hermes (hence, the modern name of the city) to the Greeks and Trismegistus {'three' link} in the hermetic test, who was the scribe who presided over all forms of knowledge.

All as a representation of something. As is...'Silence is golden'.

Question 2. On what 'side' of that bend in a river was the ''Valley of Kings'' established on?

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'Balanced' Cross. Equinox link?

A {working?} example: "The teaching of the three forces is at the root of all ancient systems. The first force may be called active or positive, the second, passive or negative; the third, neutralizing {'balance' therefore Libra link?}. But these are merely names, for in reality, all three forces are equally active and appear as active, passive, and neutralizing only at their meeting points - that is to say - only in relation to one another at a given moment. The first two forces are more or less comprehensible to man and the third may sometimes be discovered either at the point of application of the forces, or in the 'medium', or in the 'result' {i.e.,eureka moments - process of. But now in relation to the 'personal' stuff}.

Question. ''Meeting'' in relation to 'crossover point' - if only in relation to subject material {i.e.,the 'spiritual' stuff}.

Landscape equivalent: "It is the Harroway that took Belloc's prehistoric travellers westwards towards Salisbury Plain and Stonehenge. For Salisbury Plain is where all the great chalk ridges of southern England converge....The Harroway served as a key east-west trackway that extended across southern England." [Page 30 'The Pilgrims Way' / Derek Bright].

Continued..."But, speaking in general, the third force is not easily accessible to direct observation and understanding. The reason for this is be found in the functional limitations of man's ordinary psychological activity and in the fundamental categories of our perception of the phenomenal world, that is, in our sensation of space and time resulting from these limitations {i.e.,the 'background' upon which the above 'principle' is manifested. Representational of}. HENCE...

"People cannot perceive and observe the 'third' force directly any more than they can spatially perceive the 'fourth dimension'. BUT by studying himself, the manifestations of his thought, consciousness, activity - his habits, his desires, and so on - man may learn to observe and to 'see' in himself the action of the three forces..."

Analogy?..."It is shocking that such a profound insight into the philosophical implications of the theory of relativity has had little impact on physicists, it is dismaying that Godel's ideas have failed to catch the attention of philosophers { i.e.,that ''time'' is based only on our particular 'internal' experience, and not an actual feature of the physical universe}. Enlarged elsewhere.

Question. If ''time'' - THEREFORE 'space'?

'Being and Time' / Martin Heidegger.

Continued..."Let us suppose for instance, that a man wants to work on himself, in order to change certain of his characteristics, to attain a higher level of being. His desire, his initiative, is the active force. The inertia of all his habitual psychological life which shows opposition to his initiative will be the passive or negative force. The two forces will either counter balance one another, or one will completely conquer the other, but, at the same time, it will become to weak for any further action. Thus, the two forces will, as it were, revolve one around the other, one absorbing the other and producing no result whatsoever. This may continue for a lifetime. A man may feel desire and initiative. But all this initiative may be absorbed in overcoming the habitual inertia of life, leaving nothing for the purpose towards which the initiative ought to be directed. And so it may go on until the third force makes its appearance, in the form, for instance, of new knowledge, showing at once the advantage or necessity of work on oneself and, in this way, supporting and strengthening the initiative. Then the initiative, with the support of this third force, may conquer inertia and the man becomes active in the desired direction. Examples of the action of the 'three' forces, and the moments of 'entry' of the third force, may be discovered in all manifestations of our psychic life , in all phenomena of the life of human communities and of humanity as a whole, and in all the phenomena of nature around us." ['In Search of the Miraculous'].

"...active in the desired direction''. Question. Walking or running pace? {'line of sight' ?}.

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'Flat' top ?

Analogy {synchronistic?}: "Perhaps the most important aspect of these 'moments of vision' is that they suggest that there is a way of acquiring knowledge that is quite unlike the ordinary method of 'learning from experience' {'Tower of Babel'?}. When the visionary faculty is switched on the mind seems to be able to penetrate reality - rather in the manner of X-rays - and to grasp meanings that normally elude it...This is Faculty X. And the paradox is that we already possess it to a large degree, but are unconscious of possessing it. It lies at the heart {'bosom'?} of the so called 'occult' experience. It is with such experience that this book is concerned...But Faculty X should not be regarded as some 'paranormal' faculty. It is simply the opposite of that feeling of being 'mediocre, accidental, mortal', which all of us feel when we are tired and depressed....Whenever Faculty X awakens, it tells us that we are not contingent, accidental or mortal. Our 'powers' are far greater than we realize...The English paperback came out in a large grass-green volume, with some nonsensical quote about it being 'a book for those who would walk with the gods'..." [From the 'Occult' and 'Beyond the Occult' by C. Wilson. Emphasis, this readers]. Try among others ''rays''. As a means...?

Question. Do not eureka moments {regardless of subject} give us that 'greater' feeling?

A {working} example {i.e., something hinted at}: "As soon as you think you have an answer to a problem, let me know - and I will return the reply - to say whether your HARE found what I want you to discover for yourself." [Page 158 of the book by P. F. Case. Vol 1].

'Mans Search for Meaning' / Viktor Frankl.

Follow the title of the book to 'see' it within its broader {'horizon'?} - viewpoint.

''Accident'' in relation to: "Why are we here? If you trace it right back, the odds of you existing in this universe is small; infinitesimally small. Is our existence merely accidental? And if we are merely accidents what about the universe? Is its form and existence also accidental? And if that's the case what does that mean to you? I think modern science is very close to answering these questions." [Human Universe / B. Cox. 2/5].

This subject has already asked those questions - from the oral tradition - "Before the written word came into common use."

right2Side note: "One other aspect of gematria, [i.e.,'number' symbolism] which is examined throughout the course of this study, is in connection with the ratios of geometry, from which the term is derived in the first place. To cite a simple yet elegant example, a circle with the perimeter of 891, has a diameter of 284 units. The gematria value of ''Heaven'', is 891 while the value of , ''God'' is 284. The arrangement nicely illustrates the conception that the abode of 'divinity' is in the heavenly sphere. More importantly, according to the Pythagorean philosophers of Greece, the ratios of the fundamental geometry underlie the structure of the Kosmos or world order. Further more , the most central numbers of Greek gematria were derived from the number values of these very same ratios that were seen as underlying the universal fabric." Chapter 2, {Gematria: The Secret Language of the Christian Mysteries} from the book, 'Jesus Christ Sun of God'. Mentioned elsewhere]. Try ''logos''.

Question. Which came first- the value of ''Pi'' - or number symbolism?....and WHY?

"The present Arabic name of Egypt is al-Misri, which is the equivalent of the biblical Misraim. This name is derived from the Semitic root which in Akkadian gives the verb asaru, "to cut, to delimit, to delineate", and hence, "to draw a picture, a plan, " and the noun esertu, "drawing plan, representation," applied in particular to the specifications for the construction of a building. In Semitic language an 'm' before the root of a verb forms what we would call a past participle: Egypt is the country built according to a geometric plan. The Egyptians expressed this idea by calling their land To- Mera, "the land of the mr." The word 'mr' is used to refer to the pyramids, but more specifically it refers to the meridian triangle of a pyramid, whose hypotenuse is the apothem. The 'mr', essentially is a right angle triangle....." [Page 291, same book]. Put ''hypotenuse'' in the box.

Those two words 'Son of' .....Key words in understanding a further 'development'.

"The destiny of man, as we have said, is to make or create himself. He is, and he will be the son of his works, both for time and eternity." Quote by E. Levi.

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Sycamore Tree ['sacred'?]. Mentioned seven times in the Old Testament. Why? ''Sweet'' link?

The author T. Lethbridge attempting to define the same in his book, 'The Legend of the Sons of God'. For this reader, a more practical example of same could be...."the pyramid built by Djedefre, Khufu's son, and successor, is 5 miles to the North of a hillock overlooking the Giza plateau, [Abu Ruash]. ......Perhaps he was motivated by religious reasons since Djedefre is the first pharaoh to take the title 'Son of Re'. [Chapter three 'The Egypt Code' by R. Bauval]. Compare to 'its' Southern point, that includes a 'Well' and a Sacred Sycamore. Question. Why a Sycamore? Clue, what does the 'Fig' represent. [if only in this subject].

And/or: "Here, a route leads tourists, beginning at the colossus and leading to Baneshi's tomb and the collection of granite sarcophagi, on to the tomb of Waja-Hur, and then out of the museum where tourists will be directed towards the Tree of the Virgin, a sycamore that is said to have been planted in 1672 from the shoot of an older tree. According to Coptic Christian tradition, the Holy Family on their journey through Egypt rested beneath this tree after crossing the desert, and it remains a place of pilgrimage. Visitors will finally end up at the now famous obelisk."

Analogy?..."The Maya developed a complete complex writing system, 1 of only 5 in the history of the world. It is composed of over 800 symbols called hieroglyphs. They wrote on paper made from the inner bark of the fig tree covered with lime plaster, using lime based pigments." Enlarged elsewhere.

N.B. "...at the summit {of Gobekli-tepe} - a single fig mulberry tree, a sight clearly visible to anyone approaching the mountain from the plain below." [From the book of the same name by A. Collins]. Question. Any connection between the three?

And/or: The tree that Buddha sat under produced figs. Coincidence?

As seen from a different perspective: "It shared its companion's much mixed degenerate nomenclature...Among these are Fovea, a pit, that Caesius commented much upon, but little to our enlightenment - and/or Morus, the Sycamine tree, the equivalent of one of its Arabic titles...The Bright Star of Syria, thus named because it disappeared from the Arab's view at its setting beyond that country...Little Dog associated with the left hand. Greater one with the right..." [Info. on Canis Minor 'Star Names and Their Meaning'].

Try Canis Minor/Major to enlarge within the whole. Top/down or Bottom/up?

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What do you think? Enlarged elsewhere. H/V?

 

 

Further clue?..."The 'seas' of the Moon are physical features that stand out sharply on a clear night. One of Hera's earrings with its triple pendents is a metaphor for three 'seas' on the Western side of the moon when viewed from earth: Mare Crisium, Mare Fecunditatis and Mare Necteris. On the Eastern side Mare Imbrium, Mare Humorum and Mare Nubium make up the matching earring. In Leaf's translation the earrings are described as 'earrings of triple drops', but a literal translation of the phrase is said to imply mulberries, and Robert Fagles writes of 'ripe mulberry clusters dangling in triple drops' - another striking image for the 'seas'..." ['Homer's Secret Iliad'].

That triple word again.

''You are the moon of my life'' {Game of Thrones/ Khal Drogo}.

A different time; a different place - but meaning {wisdom?} expected to be found within {keys?} it: "The 'root' of the tree is the in Earth as long as the man works out his terrestrial destiny in a series of rebirths. Its trunk is Nut's body, or the man's if he has become fully conscious. Its branches and interlaced leaves are in the sky; they are his own emanations, envelopes, energetic or spiritual states in which he was at one with cosmic states of the same kind; they are centers or planes of registration which preserve and sum up the experience of the ''person'' and decide his fate. ' I should detail these centers or planes; show you the relationship between the human 'egg' and each fruit of the sycamore. But to do this would go beyond the scope of this lesson. Sleep, Her-Bak, if you are to hear instruction tomorrow. It will be the same subject under other names and from another view-point." ['Her-Bak'].

Continued....Two of the other Giza 'kings', i.e.,Khafre and Menkaure ['pharaoh', only came into use from Hatshepsut onwards] identified with 'Re' in some form, but Khufu identified with Khnum the 'creator' god of "children and their ''Ka" ['wwwtouregypt.com' and/or link to Plato's Demiurge?], and according to some,i.e., Dr Zahi Hawass... ['The first undertaker of Egypt']...Khufu attempted to be associated with same. Compare to other information on Mr Khufu.

"The Demiurge has no knowledge of the Primal Parent, Christ or Achamoth, and so believes himself to be the Lord of the Universe..."

''Intellectual'' in relation to ''Gnosis'' ? AS a means...

Side note: The author of 'In Search of the Miraculous' uses the word ''mechanical''.

The author Isha Schwaller de Lubicz uses the word Automaton.

Together with..."Hence the statement that during the prologue, so to say, of the drama of creation, or the beginning of the cosmic evolution, the universe or the 'Son' lies still concealed "in the Divine Thought", which has not yet penetrated "into the Divine Bosom". ['heart' symbolism link]. This idea note well, is at the root, and forms the origin of all the allegories about the "Sons of God" born of immaculate virgins". [Stanza two, page 61, 'The Secret Doctrine'. Volume one. Mentioned elsewhere]. Try ''grace''. Purpose of.

'Virgin' {Virgo} the brightest star {'Stella'} of which = Spica = {'an ear of corn'} - ALL as a means...?

Side note: "The hebdomad is the only number within the decad {apart from the monad} which neither generates nor is generated by another number within the decad; hence it is called by Pythagoreans ''virgin, not born of mother''.....Moreover, the hebdomad consisting of the dimensions and the four limits makes manifest corporeality and organic life. The limits are point, line, plane, solid; the dimensions are length, breadth, depth." [Page 186 'Alexandria' Vol 3. / D. Fideler].

'A grain of wisdom' or playtime addicts?

Side note {a working example?}: "Somebody asked at a meeting: How should evolution be understood?''... ''The evolution of man,'' G. replied, ''can be taken as the development in him of those 'powers' and possibilities which never develop by themselves, that is, mechanically {i.e.,by way of - what this subject defines as ''Gnosis''?}. Only this kind of development, only this kind of growth, marks the real evolution of man...The evolution of man is the evolution of his consciousness. And consciousness cannot evolve UNconsciously...Evolution is the result of conscious struggle..." [In Search of the Miraculous'. Parenthesis, this readers]. Try ''struggle''.

'By endurance we conquer' / Ernest Shackleton.

'Man's Search for Meaning' / Victor Frankl.

EXERCISE. Put all the above together to define..."The Demiurge has no knowledge of the Primal Parent, Christ or Achamoth, and so believes himself to be the Lord of the Universe . He does not understand that 'Christ' and 'Achamoth' have been acting through him to create the cosmos of appearances as a copy of the pleromic 'archetypes'. The Demiurge is a product of Achamoths ignorance so, not surprisingly, he is an ignorant creator god of a cosmos which is ignorance made manifest." [From the book by T. Freke and P. Gandy. Emphasis, this readers].

''UNmanifested/Manifested. As a representation of something. Anything?

'Tower' in relation to 'tree' ? And/or S/W - S/E ? And/or Glastonbury - Seahenge ?

Question. 'Middle' ground = Stonehenge?

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A spotted cat. Ears that are represented with wings. A 'flight' of something? Question. If this subject main teaching aid is the 'psyche'. What aspect of the 'psyche' is being represented? And why? Question 2. Fiction or non-fiction? Try ''ears''.

"Sappho's Eros burns away our fixed notions of who we are...Eros ['agape'] thus opens a gap, a split, a hole in our lives. Eros is this gap, this space of desire, held between boundaries. It moves across it like lightening...It is not something that can be expressed in words...it is like a flame kindled by a leaping spark. " [Extract taken from 'Alexandria' vol 2 by D. Fideler].

Something hinted at: {something learnt?}: "There is a crack in everything - that is how the light gets in! The acorn must crack apart before the mighty Oak emerges! If you want the kernel, you must first break the shell. If you wish to discover natures secrets, you must first crack its symbols. The cracks are the things - the gaps are the spirits domain! Reach out to the gaps wherever you find them, squeeze into a crack in the 'soil', and discover more than an Oak - discover a universe instead." [Page 262 'The Deeper Teachings of....? / D. Monroe].

The Oak Men?

'A lightening strike'? = the beginnings of something? REPRESENTED with....?

REFRESHER: As seen from a different {perspective?}: "A single obsessional idea runs through all my work: the paradoxical nature of freedom...The trouble is the narrowness of consciousness. It is as if you tried to see a panoramic scene through cracks in a high fence, but were never allowed to look over the fence and see it as a whole." ['The Occult' and 'Beyond the Occult' by C. Wilson].

As one example. That high wall that surrounded the Step Pyramid. All as a means....?

'Waters of the Gap' Enlarged elsewhere.

"On the cosmic level, Achamoth is redeemed by the 'Christ' as the LOGOS."

'Mother of Dragons'?

Question. Pleiades link?

Example of that end result [Hindu equivalent]. 'Play of Consciousness' by Swami Muktananda. What the author defines as ''breaking of the Blue star.'' [Micro]. Gurdjieff defines the same as the ''fourth way.'' [Macro]. Represented in one of its physical forms as the American Medal of Honor. [Micro within the Macro]. Explained elsewhere.

That ''gap'' that in the Hebrew example is the void {'Daath'} between the top three [i.e.,1-3] and the rest of the 'Tree'.

"God will establish in strength [the hearts] of those who believe with the word that stands firm in the world and in the Hereafter." [Quran 14:27. Extract taken [including parenthesis] from, Chapter 3, 'The Secret of Secrets']. Try ''oak''.

A true 'Son' possesses his 'fathers,' essence and secret both in his exterior appearance and in his inner being. The Prophet explains this secret as, ...' a special knowledge like a hidden treasure that only those who know the Essence of 'god' can find. Yet when the mystery is revealed, no one who is conscious and sincere can deny it." [Chapter 5, 'The Secret of Secrets' by Al - Jilani]. Think about it, relative to all the above, together with the external [explained elsewhere] and especially internal 'composition' of all three pyramids,[i.e.,only the 'big one' has any 'development' in its higher 'division'. The rest, take note, are all in the 'lower'].

Question. When all the available 'information' is put together, and just using nothing more than a 'first impression' [but now from 'a possible positive understanding' point of view, brought about by that 'individual' effort, i.e.,objective analysis]...what; when thought about; is the most likely...order of construction? [in relation to the Pyramids].

That together with a quote from 'The Riddle of the Sphinx' [Discovery/ History channel], about Djedefre being represented with three 'Falcons', Khufu [his dad] represented with two, and his grandad with one. Knock knock...'See' anything. Hear anything...language of 'birds'?...in relation to a development / 'foundation' of something? i.e., the tail end of something and the beginning of something else? All represented, 'as a journey' [ship].

That same link to ‘Nefertiti’. The left eye purposely ‘opaque/invisible’ indicative of the ‘inner’ eye. Which is ‘helpful ’; amongst other things; in understanding concepts and abstracts, i.e., in regards to this subject, i.e., the possibility of ‘B/C’...in relation to the observer in [A]. 'B/C'...Always represented with the ‘left’ of anything. ‘Right’ is indicative of the physical world [A]. i.e., the ‘start’ of something. The start of a possible understanding of something, [ ‘East’ ]. Hence the link to the physical eye. Pagan/Greek ‘equivalent’ = ‘Cyclops’ i.e., from its ‘unknown’ state, i.e., a 'monster' of the 'deep', [ in relation to the psyche ]. Which is always represented; when psyche symbolism used; as the ‘unconscious aspect’. Therefore implying that 'something'... has 'to be' made aware of, therefore that link to a one eyed 'monster', that one eye that is indicative of an awareness; the beginning of one, from the depths, i.e., the 'id' . Hebrew equivalent; of sorts..."David who slew a {one?} eyed giant. He grew up to become the first king to unite the settled tribes in one kingdom", i.e.,'lower' self. [ Chapter 18, 'The Sacred History'].

'In the One Eyed Giants Cave'. Chapter/Book 9 'The Odyssey' by Homer.

Yet another analogy of same, i.e.,with the same intent. But by a different author... "Nothing is permanent but the truth? If he seeks deep enough in himself he will find it revealed, each may know his own heart. He may send a ray of his intelligence into the depths of his soul and search its bottom, he may find it to be infinitely deep as the sky above his head. He may find corals and pearls, or watch the monsters of the deep. If his thought is steady and unwavering , he may enter the innermost sanctuary of his own temple and see the 'goddess' unveiled. Not everyone can penetrate into such depths, because the thought is easily led astray; but the strong and persistent searcher will penetrate veil after veil, until at the inner most center it discovers the germ of truth, which awakened to consciousness, will grow into a sun that illuminates the whole of the interior world, wherein everything is contained." ['Magic: White and Black' by F. Hartman]. Link to the phrase ''son of''.

horus eyeThat link to Hades who has the use of both eyes. Equals a further 'development'. [Or chapter seven,'The secret History of the World']. "Nefertiti, in Thutmose's head, [in reference to the 'potter' who made the bust], is telling us that 'only half of the person can be seen' , drawing a distinction between the physical and spiritual sides of life. In the same way the eye of Akhenaten is also missing, he to can only 'see' half of the picture, but this time it is the right eye that is missing". [Page 88, 'The Tutankhamun Prophecies'].

Think about it, relative to those Egyptain 'profile' figures drawn on many a wall both external and inner. The right eye of which is always seen left to right. The left therefore always right to left. 'See' anything? i.e., one of those two represent [in some form] more so than the other the Precession of the Equinox. Can you tell which and why? [Put ''profile'' in the search box, [on all pages] for further clues. In order to assess correctly.

"The platform {of a Sed Festival building} is in the form of an immense measuring rod, similar to those preserved today in several museums. The classic type, most often made of wood and intended for actual use, is demonstrated by the Turin Museum cubit. On one of its 'faces' is an ascending enumeration of digits, palms, and spans. This face is read left to right, and the remen or remen cubit of 20 digits, the small cubit of 24 digits, and the royal cubit of 28 digits or 7 palms are all marked on it. The fractioning of each digit is read in the opposite direction, from 1/2 to 1/16th {=1.17mm or 1/22 inch}. Also to be read from right-left are the names of 28 divinities, one for each digit, from the Great Ennead to Thoth, who occupies the 15th place, appropriate for the master of measure and time." [Extract from the book 'Egyptian Mysteries'].

"All the great truths are disguised. After all, the material world is at best a mask for the Spiritual World. I think that's why he kept a bust of himself in the shop." [Extract taken from [ prologue] 'The Zelator' by Mark Hedsel ].

Question. What does ''15'' represent. If only in the context of this 'subject material' ? Then try ''64''.

Analogy of same..."In common with most of the other very ancient female figures they are generally described in an ugly and grotesque form, [ the word 'unmanifest' could be applied to represent that same 'principle']. This is not necessarily the case, [i.e., for its alternative / opposite and/or 'flip side' interpretation, see below], though the fact that they were called the 'grey ones' and shared a single eye and a single tooth does conjure an image of grotesque senility. However, greyness does not necessarily mean physical age. Ancient these goddesses certainly are, but, as with the other 'old and lordly' ones it is possible to be ever young. Their greyness might also be conceived in terms of shimmering morning mist, under moonlight or starlight. And their single eye and single tooth organs of perception of a unique and rare character. The 'all seeing eye' associated with the omniscience of God-Head; and the tooth being the three-fold emblem of the immortal spirit. As with the Hebrew letter 'Shin' which means the spirit and a tooth - the hardest organic part of the physical body. [Representational of. This readers input]. Question. Why? [Extract taken from the book 'The Rose Cross and the Goddess: The Quest for the Eternal Feminine Principle'. Mentioned elsewhere].

The eye and ear. Both represented in the Nile delta. Recall what 'it' represents. Put ''Sais'' in the box.

The word ''id'' can also be related to such words an ''Hoary'' or ''ancient'' old man and/or..."I find my earliest memories covering the anachronistic features of a previous incarnation. Clear recollections came to me of a 'distant life' in which i had been a yogi...these glimpses of the past, by some dimensionless link, also afforded me a glimpse of the future..." All in relation to the main [underlying] character within the book - namely Lahiri Mahasaya...

Side note. ''Dimensionless in relation to the number 137 - enlarged elsewhere.

And/or: ''The rending of Orpheus becomes an image of the warring fractions of knowledge, nominally pacified by his music. The seven strings of his lyre are the seven keys of the spectrum {'137'?}, or of universal knowledge {'archons'?}…..He was the son of Apollo and Calliope, the Muse of harmony and rhythm." [Page 26 'The Western Way'. Vol 2].

..."Although it throws me ahead of my story by a number of years, i will recount here the last words given to me by Bhaduri Mahasaya. Shortly before i embarked for the West, i sought him out and humbly knelt for his farewell blessing: 'Son, go to America. Take the dignity of hoary India for your shield. Victory is written on your brow; the noble distant people will well receive you." [Both extracts from the book 'Autobiography of a Yogi: Paramahansa Yogananda' ]. Understand that 'relationship' defines what is being implied.

The Hebrew equivalent of a 'development' = Solomons ‘Shulamite’, i.e., in relation to the learning of something. A process begun, [i.e., manifest]. ‘Pacified/content’. Think back to Nefertiti. A link to the ‘Hangmans’ card of tarot fame. Note the expression. Symbolic of ‘a learning’. Knowledge ‘acquired’?. Ancient Egyptian equivalent = 'Expression' [and composition] of the face of the Sphinx. In its ‘known’ state. [ Explained elsewhere. Together with the program, 'The Riddle of the Sphinx' ].

nhyBooks explaining an individuals journey = ‘Zealtor’ by M. Hedsel. Or 'Play of Consciousness' by Swami Muktananda. Or 'Dreams of Isis' by Normandi Ellis. Or ’My Rosicrucian adventure’ by Israel Regardie. Or 'Letter to a Disciple' / Al-Ghazali. Or ’Book of shadows’ by P. Curott. Or ’I Called it Magic’ by G. Knight {others elsewhere}. The real ’magic’ by the way’, before those first impressions take hold of the imagination...is the understanding of the subject. The "getting the head around it". The understanding of something new and its potential / ‘magic’, to each individual. As it is in any subject, i.e.,those eureka moments, that every subject must have in order to understand them. [Egyptian equivalent the word Heka. Explained elsewhere]. Sufi's define that same 'process' as ''direct tasting.'' Link to 'food' symbolism. Explained elsewhere. Or as a ''mystical impulse'' as by the author of 'Letter To a Disciple'.

Analogy?: "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom the emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand wrapped in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed. The insight into the mystery of life, coupled though it may be with fear, has also given rise to re-ligion. To know what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty, which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their most primitive forms - this knowledge, this feeling {'Geminin'?} is at the center of true religiousness." [Albert Einstein].

"...the supreme object of magic is the knowledge of the 'higher' self." [Extract taken from the book by I. Regardie].

"Magic is considered both an art and a science. Behind all science is theory, and to understand magic one must theorize on why magic works." [Chapter 8, 'Keeper of secrets' Vol 2 by R. Siblerud]. i.e., 'Divine bit' relative to framework.

"The word ''magic'' has a way of revealing the inmost thoughts of the soul. Tell me a mans reaction to the word, and i will tell you, approximately, the state of his souls evolution."..."To use a 'magical' expression, magic is lifting the Veil of Isis." [Chapter 2, 'The Forgotten Mage'. Mentioned elsewhere].

"...pioneers of a science of the ignored or neglected domain of 'magic', i.e., a science of the dynamic relationship which exist between subjective consciousness and objective phenomena." [Extract from the book by Tomberg].

images[3]"For the soul grows and progresses as comprehension and intuition expand through successive acts of the spirit on the road of the Magic of Light. The wings then grow stronger, the flight itself grows longer, and the inner lamp fed on the Oil of wisdom remains constantly burning." [Quote taken from 'The Tree of Life'. Mentioned elsewhere].

"The cords which bind man with a strength beyond all mortal chains and fetter may thus be severed. There is no dissolution of these irons other than by the magical knowledge of his own inner self..."[Chapter 3, 'The Tree of Life' by I. Regardie].

'Silver' and 'gold' ? If so, WHAT represents them ?

House of the Iron Islands? {Game of Thrones}.

"Also, let it not be forgotten that once the magic of the soul is grasped by the personality, that soul steadily dominates and can be trusted to carry forward the training of the man to fruition..." [Extract taken from the book by A. Bailey].

"He states deliberately that the 'magical' form, wherein is concealed the unguent or elixir of life, is within man himself in exactly the same sense as combustion is latent in combustible natures. It only awaits evocation." [Chapter 4, 'The Philosopher's Stone.' Mentioned elsewhere].

Represented; in the main; as a coiled serpent. Especially a sleeping one. Link to Ro-setau, i.e.,the 'coiled rope' being one of its emblems. That same 'rope' that is seen on many wall 'pictorial events'... all the 'aspects' of which are shown in some form or other...to have that potential of a .... 'connectedness'. From something 'asleep' to 'being awakened'. No rabbits out of hats. 'Hare’ possibly. Think on it.

'The Art and Meaning of Magic'. By I. Regardie].

"One of the main means whereby man arrives at an understanding of that great sum total we call the Macrocosm - 'God', functioning through a solar system - is by an understanding of himself, and the Delphic injunction ''Man, know thyself'' was an inspired utterance, intended to give man the clue to the mystery of deity. Through the Law of Analogy, or correspondence, the cosmic processes, and the nature of the cosmic principles are indicated in the functions, structure and characteristics of a human being. They are indicated but are not explained or elaborated. They serve simply as signposts [or keys], directing man along the path whereon future sign posts may be found and more definite indications noted." [Introduction to the book 'Treatise on White Magic' or 'The Way of the Disciple' by Alice Bailey]. Recall what ''correspondence'' implies. Try Part 2.

T. S. Eliot refers to same as ''a timeless moment." Enlarged elsewhere.

The author who attempts to define Sufism and the Arabic within the Quran - Henry Corbin - defines the same with the word Dasein, i.e.,an ''act of presence''. Enlarged elsewhere.

"Pliny the Elder [23-79 AD], who actually lived during the time of Christ, in Book XXX of his 'Natural History' wrote that the Greek astronomer Eudoxus of Cnidus [409-356 BC] ....''wished 'magic' to be acknowledged as the noblest and more useful of the schools of philosophy.'' [Chapter one, 'Serpent of Wisdom' by D. Tyson]. Recall what 'philosophy' meant. Enlarged elsewhere.

menkaure and hare

Menkaure - one foot raised towards his 'seat' of 'authority'. His right foot. Hare in the top left corner - if only to the observer.

Understanding Djedefre 'water mountain' [or 'fountain' [key]], hieroglyphs... which includes 'rope' gives the reader that deeper insight into Mr Djedefre's true status, especially in relation to Mr Khufu's. As speculated within the book 'The Black Genesis' by R. Bauval and T. Brophy]. Found within. But more importantly in relation to 'younger', i.e.,Menkaure. Of the three ''pharaoh's'' only the youngest has the words ''divine'' and ''eternal'' within his 'name'. He was also known as the most benign. A 'prerequisite' of Kingship. ''Divine'' in relation to the unveiling of something. Use the search box. Try ''fountain.''

Analogy of same, i.e., with the same principle in mind..."In Ibn al-Arabi's technical vocabulary, "opening'' [futuh] is a near synonym for several other terms, such as unveiling, tasting, witnessing, divine effusion, divine self disclosure, and insight. Each of these words designates a mode of gaining direct knowledge of 'god' and the 'unseen' worlds without the intermediary of study, teacher, or rational faculty. 'God' ''opens up'' the heart to the infusion of knowledge. The word ''opening'' suggests that this type of knowledge comes to the aspirant suddenly after he had been waiting patiently at the door". [Introduction to the book,' The Sufi Path of Knowledge' by W. Chittick].

''Patience is the mother of will. If you have no mother, how can you be born?" Gurdjieff.

Samwell Tarly? {Game of Thrones}.

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''Younger'' relative to the beginning of something? 15th Nome = Hare symbol. Those same boundaries that were shared by the new [i.e.,youngest?] - 'religion' of Akhenaten. What does that imply? A common factor? Why? How can something brand new 'share' something of the old?

Egyptian equivalent the word 'Heka', and that 'connectedness' to the 'serpent',i.e.,'Uraeus'. Chapter three. 'British Museum Book of Ancient Egyptian'. Especially noteworthy in its research on the symbolism of 'snake poison' as a "manifestation of divinity" of 'life'...against 'death', i.e.,antidote of same. Think about it in relation to that 'potential' of a 'development', by way of an understanding. Apophis link, i.e.,from its unknown/'negative' start point, i.e.,'sting in the tail', [metaphor only]. Explained elsewhere. Link to 'spider' symbolism. Enlarged elsewhere.

Scorpion? i.e.,'Sting in the tail' in relation to ''untransmuted'' ?

A {working} example: "The ancient ones of early eastern Christianity taught that, in relation to intruding thoughts, we should be so vigilant that as soon as they ''show there heads, like a serpent appearing through a hole, we must cut it off''! This is a potent use of 'stop exercise' which is also meant to halt the entry and influence of ''I's'' that seek to claim our identity. The more you live in a more quiet inner place {an inner sanctuary} where features cannot take over, the more you will see the difference between passing thoughts and feelings, and your deeper self." ['Wisdom of the 4th Way'].

See picture of same elsewhere for a 'connection'.

And/or..."This strong presence of serpentine imagery on the carved stones at Gobekli tepe begged the question of just what this creature might have symbolized to the peoples of the Pre- Pottery Neolithic age. Universally, snakes are seen as symbols of supernatural power, divine energy, otherworldly knowledge, male and female sexuality, and, because they shed their skin, metaphysical transformation. The snake also represents the active spirit of medicines, the reason it is today a universal symbol of the medical profession. Moreover, the snake is associated not just with beneficial medicines...In Christian legend for instance, poison offered to John the Evangelist in a laced chalice of wine was made to slither away as a black snake moments before the apostle was about to drink it. Are the snakes carved on the pillars meant to symbolize the visionary effects of mind altering or sleep inducing drugs? It seems likely, for as Schmidt writes himself, several large basalt bowls found at the site were perhaps used in the preparation of medicines or drugs." ['Gobekli Tepe' by A. Collins]. Try ''cup'' / 'snake' / ''bowl'' for an alternative view, while recalling what ''basalt'' derives from. ALL AS A MEANS...?

Something closer to the 'mark': Working example {i.e., especially in relation to ''basalt''. Other 'keys' highlighted}: "It has taken me virtually 45 years to distil within the vessel of my scientific work the things I experienced and wrote down at that time. As a young man my goal had been to accomplish something in my science. But then, I hit upon this stream of lava, and the heat of its fires reshaped my life...." [Page 225 'Memories, Dreams and Reflections' / C. G. Jung].

"....this has been likened to grasping a snake, previously asleep in the sunlight. Once we have grasped it, we awaken it and must then engage in a constant battle {and/or ''struggle''} with 'it', grasping it ever tighter, lest it escape and bite us..." Enlarged elsewhere. Try Part 3. Before those 1st impressions whisper {hiss?} something else.

"For both the ''mud of the serpent of old'' and a ''kind of godly fluid'' indeed flow in the veins of the human race. Is this dualism then? Do the serpents venom and the tears of the 'Virgin' therefore flow together eternally in the flow of life? [Extract from the book by Tomberg. 'Letter 17' ].

"...metaphor is the language of art." Quote by Joseph Campbell.

"Metaphor is the dreamwork of language and like all dreamwork, its interpretation reflects as much on the interpreter as the originator...So to understanding a metaphor is as much a creative endeavor as making a metaphor, and as little guided by rules." [Taken from the book 'The Book of Babel'. Mentioned elsewhere].

"The fruit of the Underworld Tree is only 'poisonous' in its untransmuted state." [Chapter 4, 'The Underworld Initiation' by R. Stewart]. That link to the difference in 'meaning' to ''incarnation'' and ''reincarnation,'' IF only in relation to this subject. Use the usual box.

Adam and Eve?

'The fruit of ones labours' ?

A working example: ''After the resurrection the righteous will go to the Garden of Eden, but the sinners will be punished in a place called Gehenna - its entrance in the Valley of Cedars {I.e.,Kidron valley}. ['Jerusalem: Center of the World' / PBS America. Episode 1].

Try ''Herod''. And/or: Recall the Gilgamesh story {myth?}.