Esotericism Part 5 Sec 11




Banksy was here?

One other quote that was made was that if Mr Khans grave site was disturbed then it would be a ‘sign’ for the ‘end’ of the world. Remember symbolic only. The Greek equivalent = ‘Apocalypse’. Same thing as the book of revelations. The ‘unveiling’ of something. The zodiac has different con- stellations ‘changing’ every 2160 years within that ‘great’ cycle and its relevance in mythology. In relation to a ‘new era’. [See 'Hamlets Mill' for verification]. Common parlance... "Out with the old. In with the new". Do you want to begin that ‘new era’? i.e., to satisfy that new curiosity. Then investigate and achieve what the character 'Horus' of Egyptian fame was 'created' to represent. Indicative of each and every one of us. Indicative of the start point of an understanding. Then attempt to find that location.

''It is often believed that times of breakdown are needed for times of breakthrough to emerge.'' [Epilogue to the book 'The Quest of Rose: The Cosmic Keys of our Future Becoming' / J. Houston + A. Smitsman].

''Wounded'' to enlarge.

A practical example: ''Sometimes you have to lose to win.'' Roy Keane {player/manager}.

Side note: "According to Thukydides, the temple of Dionysos Limnaios was situated to the south of the Akropolis and was one of the cities oldest sanctuaries....''in the swamps'' the wine was mixed with water and drank to him for the first time in the new wine year....Prior to this, in their homes, the Athenians had drawn the still sweet wine - from large clay vessels - and then brought it to the scene of the festival....It was mixed with spring water. The place must have been a geological formation characteristic of Greece - the best known example of which is the swamp of Lerna: water pours from under the rocks {'Peter'?}, yet despite its purity it forms a ''swamp''. Dionysos entered into the 'underworld' and returned from it near Lerna....That is why in Aristophanes the song of the 'frogs' of this swamp accompanied Dionysos on his journey to the underworld.....In time the springs dried up. According to Strabo - at the time of Christs birth {hint,hint} - the sanctuary stood on 'dry land'....The sanctuary in the 'swamps' was regarded in Athens not only as the oldest but also the most sacred temple of Dionysos.'' [Pages 291-3 'Dionysos' / C. Kerenyi].

The sweet spot?

From a different perspective: ''What do we get out of our religious beliefs? The answer is enlightenment or illumination {i.e., represented with the suns rays?} AND peace, what the ancient Egyptians called hotep and is represented by the hieroglyph for communion - the bread  and beer of the Egyptians. THIS IS THE PEACE that accompanies 'illumination'. In Buddhist meditation, the place of peace and nothingness {'void'?} may be called the ''sweet spot.'' [Page 188 'Imagining the World Into Existence' / N. Ellis].

Feast of Fools?

Poseidon feasting in Ethiopia?

From a different perspective: ''The seventh arcanum taught how inner equilibrium is attained {or health}; the teaching of the eighth arcanum is how this equilibrium, once reached, is maintained {'mechaninism' of Micro and Macrocosmic balance}; and the ninth arcanum shows the method or WAY which opens up to he who knows how to attain and maintain equilibrium -  the 'way of peace' or the 'middle way' - that of balanced spiritual development.'' [Page 173 'Meditations on the Tarot'].


Result of a ''movement''?

Continued: From a different perspective: "The statements {within the Aztec codex} focus attention on the belief that the world has already passed through 'four' epochs or 'Suns'. The First and most remote of these is represented by Ocelotonatiuh, the jaguar god: 'During that 'sun' lived the 'giants' that had been created by the gods but were finally attacked and 'devoured' by jaguars....The symbol of the Fifth Sun, our current epoch, is the face of Tonatiuh, the sun god himself. His tongue, fittingly depicted as an obsidian knife, juts out hungrily, signifying his need for 'nourishment' of human blood and hearts. His features are wrinkled to indicate his advanced age and he appears within the symbol Ollin which signifies Movement. Why is the Fifth Sun known as ''The Sun of Movement''? Because the elders say: in it there will be a movement of the earth and from this we shall all perish." [Page 99 'Fingerprints of the Gods' / G. Hancock].

Try ''Static/Dynamic'' / ''obsidian'' -  ALL as a means....?

Question. ''Wrinkled'' = Labyrinth link? Recall the Gilgamesh epic.

And/or: Sky-Religion? i.e., Hoeing the Earth. Therefore ''rainmaking''? Aquarius link?

Try Part 1.

What do dragons especially ''winged'' ones represent?

Refresher: "An aim of meditation is to withdraw the Ego from the lower levels, where desire operates, and float free of the hypnotizing power of the material realm. In this way, the Ego can float as though on the surface of an entirely still lake. In this calm surface, the Ego may reflect the heavens above, and thus receive perfectly the effulgency of that godhead of which it was part. In the Way of the Fool, this form of meditation is a prelude to looking into the secrets of Nature..." ['The Zelator'].

And/or: "If we had more time we'd visit the Islands of the Sun and Moon...but we have been to them before, and they are not our target this trip. It's Tiahuanco up on the Altiplano at 120000 feet, near the southeastern shore of the giant lake, that we are keen to get back to." ['The Magicians of the Gods'].

Either way what you have within these pages is equivalent to a ‘crash course’ in the above subject. If you can get your head around the may be surprised; once you take up that interest; how quickly you begin to understand the overall subject and its connections. In order to evaluate way or the other. As one has to do in any subject.

Question. What's the remedy?

Suitable books to begin that interest...enclosed within. Then you can ask those bigger questions. Especially that 64 billion dollar one. The same one that was implied at the beginning. Is there any ‘real’ substance to it, i.e., does life; in all its forms, really continue, and if so, why. What are those possibilities? Or is it just one big roller coaster ride. What do you think?

Thank yourself for the time and effort.

"Are there any qualifications required for entering upon a Path? As we have pointed out, the 'Way of the Path' is not the same as the way of life, and qualifications for entry to a School are not at all like qualifications in life. Those who are in charge of the esoteric schools know all to well that the secret of all mankind lies in the Will. They recognise that if a person wills to set out on a Path, then no School can possibly obstruct or deflect that person." ['The Zelator'].

And/or: "Learning something new will help {any brain} age well...If you want to keep your brain as young as it can be, then learning something new is one of the best things you can do...It should be new and challenging, that in itself will help the brains capacity" ['How to Stay Young' /BBC1/Series 2. Episode 3].

"What is it about reading books that boosts our brain power whereas reading newspapers doesn't? Researchers talk about ''deep reading'' when the brain has to think critically that allows connections to be made. Over time these neural networks can promote quicker thinking and may provide a greater defence against cognitive decay...Secondly, reading books, especially fiction, has been shown to increase empathy and emotional intelligence...Cognitive reserve helps your brain cells find new mental pathways around areas damaged by stroke, dementia and other forms of decay. This could explain why, after death, many seemingly healthy elders turn out to harbour advanced signs of Alzheimer's disease in their brains - despite showing few signs in life. Researchers suspect its their cognitive reserve, that may allow some seniors to compensate for hidden brain damage. So how does one build up a cognitive reserve..." [Readers Digest. April 2018].

Question. Did the ancients know something? Or is it already within us? i.e., ''cognitive'' in relation to that universal 'bit'. Recall Part/Page 1.

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

Question. What symbol {image?} represents it?

'Where there is a Will, there is a way'. Question. The Way of the Will?

After thought.... If the above authors have a genuine insight on something that could be ‘real ’. Could it be expressed within, say, an equation. Could an hypothesis that A and B, [this world / That one.’ Esoterically’ also known in some cultures as ‘Above and below’, i.e., 'waters' above/below the firmament", [Genesis. ‘Firmament’ by the way is the Hebrew equivalent of that Primordial mound, as well as a link to the word 'horizontal' [i.e.,''horizon''] i.e., 'in-between' sea and rain water. 'See' it?] expressed as an Algebraic equation? If so, on what side of the equal sign would ‘B’ be placed if it were indeed ‘Primary’ over ‘A’. Left or right of the equal sign?

Could the above lead to an expression, if only in part; hypothetically; to such physics anomalies as to the weakness of gravity? Especially in relation to Edward Tellers contribution to the understanding of the ‘Fine structure constant’ in relation to gravity. Or as to why Deuterium can only be destroyed and not created inside those nuclear planetry explosions? Which is why most believe Deuterium had to be created shortly after ‘bigbang’. In other words...Does gravity leak from the fourth into the fifth OR from the fifth into the fourth? Or does it 'matter' ?

'Heart of the matter'.

Side note: "Although early authors varied in their ascription of the twelve zodiacal constellations to the twelve tribes of Israel - yet they were generally in accord in assigning to Reuben 'unstable as water'..." [notes within 'Aquarius', 'Star Names and Their Meaning'].

A working example: ''Life is actually the manifestation of the spirit in matter...." ['Her-Bak'].


'Photon' by M. L. Snowden.

As in the case with what is termed... ‘imaginary numbers’, [especially the ‘square root of minus one’]. Would they still remain ’imaginary’ especially in relation to ‘Prime’ numbers should ‘B’ exist? Or are they still valid...if only to the observer in ‘A’ ? What about in relation to the obsever in ’B’ ?, [hypothetical only of course]. As is the word ''observer'' and its true deeper meaning [with the above in mind, i.e.,'B' being primary over 'A'] in relation to the 'two slit / photon' experiment. The same could be said for the ''uncertainty'' clause of 'Quantum Mechanics'. If 'B' was a priority over 'A' - does it not make it less so?

Finally. As a ‘teaser’...If you ’are getting your head around it’. Fill in the missing bits... Mirror Particle ‘B’...Together with the ‘life’ part of ?? equals = ?? [Possible General Unified Theory? i.e., where science meets ‘re-ligion’, i.e., Crossover point? Empirical / spiritual]. Or as Mr Fred Alan Wolf says, ''Where science meets spirit.'' [i.e.,"Dark night of the Soul"]? ['Dr. Quantum's little book of big ideas'].

Don't forget those first impressions.... i.e.,"I do not believe in the possible future of mysticism in the old form. However, i do believe that the natural sciences will out of themselves bring forth a counter pole in their adherents, which connects with the old mystic elements". [Quote by Wolfgang Pauli, prologue, 'Deciphering the Cosmic Number' by A. Miller]. Tail end of something equates to the beginning of something else?

Now in the present sense of the word: "Brian Swimme had been using the term 'archetypal cosmology' since 2001, if not before...Others {i.e., J. Hillman / D. Griffin} in the book 'Archetypal Process', had sketched out a ''psychological cosmology''...For the journal itself, i felt the term 'Archai', as the main title, would be striking and evocative, while giving a sense for archetypal astrology's roots in the ancient world." ['Archai: The Journal of Archetypal Cosmology'].

''Archetype'' in relation to subject material REGARDLESS of sub-heading. Enlarged throughout.

Fact or fiction - a possibility or not?

... ''the no man's land between Physics and the Psychology of the Unconscious [is] the most fascinating yet the darkest hunting ground of our times." [Back cover to the book, '137: Jung, Pauli, and the Pursuit of a Scientific Obsession' by Arthur Miller].

'Cosmos and Psyche' / R. Tarnus.

"Sacred science subscribes to a holistic approach that incorporates legends, history, experimental evidence, and traditional science to explore various hypotheses regarding the nature of reality.....The principle underlying Sacred science is that no separation exists between spirit and science. Spiritual principles should undergo scientific inquiry, and spiritual integrity should underlie scientific investigation." [ First page, first paragraph [Preface] to the book ' The Science of the Soul' by R. Siblerud].

"The time will come, when the secret wisdom shall again be the dominating religious and philosophical urge of the world: 'out of the cold ashes of lifeless creeds, shall rise phoenix - like, the ancient mysteries .....The unfolding of mans spiritual nature is as much as an exact science as astronomy, medicine, and jurisprudence". [Manly P. Hall].

Left or right 'hand'. Raised?

"Linkage of Entropy with 'Becoming'.... When you say to yourself, 'Every day i grow better and better', science churlishly replies: 'I see no signs of it. I see you extended as a four dimensional worm in space-time; and, although good-ness is not strictly within my province, i will grant that one end of you is better than the other. But whether you grow better or worse depends on which way up i hold you. There is in your consciousness an idea of growth or "becoming" which, if it is not illusory, implies that you have a label "This side up". I have searched for such a label all through the physical world and can find no trace of it, so i strongly suspect that the label is non-existent in the world of reality'..... That is the reply of science comprised in primary law.....

What does the 'arrow' point at?

....Taking account of secondary law, the reply is modified a little, though it is still none too gracious: i have looked again and, in the course of studying a property called entropy, i find that the physical world is marked with an arrow which may possibly be intended to indicate which way up it should be regarded. With that orientation i find that you really do grow better. Or, to speak precisely, your good end is in the part of the world with most entropy, and your bad end in the part with the least. Why this arrangement should be considered more creditable than that of your neighbor who has his good and bad ends the other way round, i cannot imagine". Together with....

'Feminine' aspect? The beginning of something?

"The linkage of entropy-change to 'becoming' presents features unlike every other problem of parallelism of the scientific and familiar worlds. The usual relation is illustrated by the familiar perception of colour and its scientific equivalent electromagnetic wavelength. Here there is no question of resemblance between the underlying physical cause and the mental sensation which arises. All that we can require of the symbolic counterpart of colour is that it shall be competent to pull the trigger of a [symbolic] nerve. The physiologist can trace the nerve mechanism up to the brain; but ultimately there is a hiatus which no one professes to fill up,..... Symbolically we may follow the influences of the physical world up to the door of the mind; they ring the door bell and depart". [Chapter five, ''Becoming'', from the book 'The nature of the physical World' by Arthur Eddington.

Knock THREE times?

'Isthmus' to enlarge.

Analogy. ''It is not i who create myself, rather i happen to myself.'' C. Jung.

Right angled triangle?

''The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed (Russian: Собо́р Васи́лия Блаже́нногоtr. Sobór Vasíliya Blazhénnogo), commonly known as Saint Basil's Cathedral, is an Orthodox church in Red Square of Moscow, and is one of the most popular cultural symbols of Russia. The building, now a museum, is officially known as the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat, or Pokrovsky Cathedral.[5] It was built from 1555 to 1561 on orders from Ivan the Terrible and commemorates the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan. It was the city's tallest building until the completion of the Ivan the Great Bell Tower in 1600.

'Crack between the worlds'? i,e., in reference to ''a becoming''.

AND/OR: ''Ring the BELLS that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.'' {Prologue: 'Dreams of Isis' / N. Ellis].

Arthur Eddington who became the Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society, one of a few to understand General Relativity, well enough to explain it. Some, however called him, Eddington....136 + 1.

Side note: One hundred and thirtysix 'walking' canes in the tomb of Tutankhamun. 'One' of which was especially made by the 'boy king' himself. ['King Tut: 100 Anniversary Special' / 2022].

"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. Customer review / Amazon].

Wolfgang Pauli ?

"At first i thought of the Astral Plane [Explained elsewhere, before those first impressions take hold], as a parallel Space/Time continuum. The idea was heavily influenced by science fiction and, in retrospect, contained a germ of truth. But it was not the whole truth ; not even a good approximation of the whole truth. Later, it seemed the 'Plane' must be Time, considered as a fourth dimension. That idea came from Ouspensky, who argued that a three - dimensional creature operating in a two-dimensional world must produce miraculous effects. It might, for instance, escape from the 'walls' of a square by stepping over them. From a two-dimensional viewpoint, with no conception of height, a miracle would have occurred. Perhaps then miracles in the three dimensional world are simply manifestations of a fourth dimension, imperfectly 'experienced' as Time." [Chapter one, 'Astral Doorways' by J. Brennan].

And/or...''Time must never be thought of as pre-existing in any sense; it is a manufactured quantity." [Hermann Bondi - from the book 'About Time:Einstein's unfinished Revolution' / P. Davies].

''Manufactured'' = 'created' in the personal sense of the word.

A {working} example: "Tis true without lying, certain and most true. That which is below is like that which is above and that which is above is like that which is below to do the 'miracles' of the one thing..." ['Emerald Tablet'].

Follow the title to 'see' it in its broader context.

" A few years later he [Wolfgang Pauli] was to come across the same numbers again in Carl Jung's psychology, based as it was in alchemy. He was adamant that ''in neither case was it by any means Mr. C. Jung who suggested it to me, nor was there an advance conscious intention for me to grapple with figuring out the problem of three and four. Consequently i am rather certain that objectively there is an important psychological and, perhaps, natural philosophical problem connected with these numbers." [Chapter 5, '137: Jung, Pauli and the Pursuit of a Scientific Obsession]. Try ''120''.

"...The lower three 'spheres' are related to worldly consciousness and the upper four are related to spiritual consciousness and 'enlightenment'. Therefore, the lower must be sublimated into the higher ones." [Extract from the book by S. Ashby].

Question. Coincidence?

The brooch of Odysseus.

  • Part of the moon's surface is much older than experts previously thought, with many of the craters pockmarking the iconic "man in the moon" predating that landform by hundreds of millions of years, new research finds.

    Balanced/UNbalanced. Which and why? Lame?

    Jacob, a central figure in the Old Testament, was the son of Isaac and Rebekah. His name means “supplanter” or “heel grabber.”

  • Jacob had a complex life, marked by sibling rivalry, deception, and personal struggles.
  • One night, as Jacob was returning home after spending years away, he found himself alone by the Jabbok River.
  • In that solitary moment, a mysterious man appeared and wrestled with Jacob throughout the night.
  • Despite the man’s efforts, Jacob held on tenaciously, refusing to let go until he received a blessing.
  • As dawn approached, the man touched Jacob’s hip socket, causing it to be wrenched. Still, Jacob persisted.
  • The man then asked Jacob his name, to which he replied, “Jacob.”
  • Someone's 'New Name'. Who?

    The man declared, “Your name will no longer be Jacob but Israel,” signifying that Jacob had struggled with God and humans and had overcome.

  • Jacob, recognizing the divine nature of his opponent, named the place Peniel, meaning “face of God.”
  • R.I.P.

    The sun rose, and Jacob continued his journey, limping due to his injured hip.

  • To this day, the Israelites refrain from eating the tendon attached to the hip socket in remembrance of this encounter.

In essence, Jacob’s wrestling match with God represents a profound spiritual struggle—a moment when he grappled with his own identity, past mistakes, and the divine. His persistence led to transformation, and he emerged as Israel, the one who wrestles with God 123. 🌟

Analogy: Struggle / Wrestle / grasp.

What is your name?” the man asked. “Jacob,” he replied.  Then the man said, “Your name will no longer be Jacob, but Israel, because you have struggled {striven} with God and with men, and you have prevailed.”

Shrove Tuesday - Belgium.

The etymology of the name is unknown. Ancient authors linked the name to the Greek verbs odussomai (ὀδύσσομαι) "to be wroth against, to hate",[8] to oduromai (ὀδύρομαι) "to lament, bewail",[9][10] or even to ollumi (ὄλλυμι) "to perish, to be lost".[11][12] Homer relates it to various forms of this verb in references and puns. In Book nineteen of the Odyssey, where Odysseus' early childhood is recounted, Euryclea asks the boy's grandfather Autolycus to name him. Euryclea seems to suggest a name like Polyaretos, "for he has much been prayed for" (πολυάρητος) but Autolycus "apparently in a sardonic mood" decided to give the child another name commemorative of "his own experience in life":[13] "Since I have been angered (ὀδυσσάμενος odyssamenos) with many, both men and women, let the name of the child be Odysseus".[14] Odysseus often receives the patronymic epithet Laertiades (Λαερτιάδης), "son of Laërtes".

It has also been suggested that the name is of non-Greek origin, possibly not even Indo-European, with an unknown etymology.[15] Robert S. P. Beekes has suggested a Pre-Greek origin.[16] In Etruscan religion the name (and stories) of Odysseus were adopted under the name Uthuze (Uθuze), which has been interpreted as a parallel borrowing from a preceding Minoan form of the name (possibly *Oduze, pronounced /'ot͡θut͡se/); this theory is supposed to explain also the insecurity of the phonologies (d or l), since the affricate /t͡θ/, unknown to the Greek of that time, gave rise to different counterparts (i. e. δ or λ in Greek, θ in Etruscan).[17]

In the Iliad and Odyssey Homer uses several epithets to describe Odysseus, starting with the opening, where he is described as "the man of many devices" (in the 1919 Murray translation). The Greek word used is πολύτροπον, literally the man of many turns, and other translators have suggested alternate English translations, including "man of twists and turns" (Fagles 1996) and "a complicated man" (Wilson 2018).


Cepheus. Question. Coincidence?

'Three and Four'?

As seen from a different perspective: {i.e.,''three and four''}: "All life forms have cycles of birth, growth, death, and renewal that are mirrored in the progressive of the moon's cycle. Many cultures, in an attempt to conceptualize the wholistic meaning of the moon's cycle, have subdivided it in terms of three phases and four quarters. The threefold division, based on the triangle {which is a feminine polarity image}, consists of three phases: the waxing new moon of increasing light, the full moon that is totally illuminated, and the dark waning moon of decreasing light. The four fold division, derived from the square or cross {which is a masculine polarity symbol}, yields the first quarter moon, the full moon, the last quarter moon, and the new moon, which is back to back with the dark moon {'Janus' link?}. When the fourfold division of the moon's monthly cycle around the earth is again quartered, it yields eight distinct lunar phases. They are named the new, crescent, first quarter, gibbous, full, disseminating, last quarter, and balsamic." [Page 65-68 'Mysteries of the Dark Moon'].

N.B. 'Division' and 'multiply' examples see index King James Study Bible.

Try ''eight'' to take something further while remembering - ALL as a means - towards understanding a mind-set.

Something extra: ''Paracelsus goes on to discuss a great many arcane remedies, since diseases {'snake bite'?} shorten life and have above all to be cured. The chief among these cures are 'gold' and 'pearls'. A peculiar potency is attributed to Cheyri {yellow wallflower}...which preserves the microcosmic body...not out of the corporeal, but out of that which preserves the corporeal. This is the balsam, the 'life' principle, the spirit of mercury.'' [Pages 135/8 +151 'Alchemical Studies' / C. G. Jung].

''The Mortarboard is an American national honour society for college seniors. It has  231 chartered collegiate chapters nationwide and fifteen alumni chapters.'' [Wiki].

''Numbers show us that there is a harmony, a necessary sequence of facts and factors. Multiplication is never situated BEFORE division, just as addition can never precede this division and situates itself between division and multiplication." [Page 107 'The Egyptian Miracle: An Introduction to the Wisdom of the Temple' / R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz].

A working example: ''After the initial set of rituals, there are six texts for the rite of Opening of the Mouth {utts. 37-42}, which together make up the second part of the litergy i.e., the texts on the north wall of the sarcophagus chamber in the pyramid of Unas {Pyramid Texts}. The mouth is split open using an instrument called a peseshkef. The word is composed of two parts: pesesh implies DIVISION and refers to either the shape or function of the instrument {possibly both}, while kef refers to the material out of which it was made - flint. Hence its name means ''the divided or dividing instrument of flint.'' Its exact purpose has been the subject of intense debate.'' [Page 190 'Shamanic Wisdom in the Pyramid Texts' / J. Naydler].

'Flint' to enlarge.

Fish tail or horn?

''The Peseshkef, a prehistoric flint knife in the shape of a fish tail, was used in Egypt to cut the umbilical cord at birth, circa 5000 BC. This was the first special-purpose surgical instrument. Because of the importance of rebirth in the Egyptian religion, a stylized knife with magical properties became part of the equipment for the "opening of the mouth" ceremony to permit a mummy to partake of nourishment in the afterlife. It also became the emblem of the birth goddess, Meskhenet.''

The REAL questions, however, remain the same.

''Embalming'' to enlarge.

REFRESHER: "The Theme, briefly, is the antique story which falls into thirteen chapters and an epilogue, of the birth, life, death and resurrection of the god of the Waxing year; the central chapters concerns the gods losing battle with the god of the Waning year for the love of the capricious and all powerful Threefold goddess....The poet identifies himself with the god of the Waxing year and his Muse with the goddess; his anima; the rival is his blood brother, his other self, his weird {'shadow' aspect}." [Page 24 'The White Goddess'/ R. Graves].

Women's Mysteries. M. Harding.

Try ''Battle of the Trees'' to take it further. The parts within the whole. To ''see'' that piece of work in its larger context.

ww"True art has never really had need of words - and were our educators and mentors more intelligent about these things - then they would ensure that the modern theory about the subconscious {which is really the old wine of the initiates} should be applied to theories of aesthetics in a more convincing way. Art speaks to what is now called the 'subconscious' within man, and it is the function of the intellect to give a more or less garbled version of what the 'guardian of the subconscious' permits it to realize." ['The Secret Zodiac'].

Side note: Alice Roberts {'Britain's Biggest Dig' / September/2020} finds ''extremely strange'' artefacts buried with 'owners'. A 'brick' inside a skull is a common find {'philosopher's stone'?}. A marmalade jar another {'glass' and 'sweet' link}. A wine goblet - without the base - is also found in the course of the digs. Symbolic intent only?

Question. Would a brick sink or float? That link to what a 'wine glass' represents. Did any of those individuals belong to a ''mystery club''? Same one? Understand subject material to gain a possible insight - beyond ''naughty medical students''.

Try ''scoria'' to 'see' from a different perspective.

And/or: ''Finally, a term close to the word 'lamp', expresses all that which rises and comes to the surface, scum, foam, scoria etc. And this indicates, for whomever possesses a smattering of hermetic knowledge.....'' [Page 330 'The Dwellings of the Philosophers' / Fulcanelli].



Something extra: ''I realise that i have been obsessed with removing the dross and scoria that can in fact only be washed away up to a point - beyond which there must always remain a residue of impurity. It is the glory of the Work that its dross also can be raised up. The Albedo can not only suceed inspite of the remaining stain, but because of it. It is the nature of Sol, may he rise never so high, always to bear with him a reminder of the sulphurous darkness where he died and decayed. Only in the final accounting, perhaps when the body is 'exalted' and made volatile can the last dark vestige of fleshliness be wiped out and the corporeal spirit descend into its spiritual body.'' [Page 323 'Mercurius'].

'Front' or 'back' of the head?

''Then finally comes the Lady {of the house?} , who hesitantly and looking surprised, is following the thiasos. Her 'marriage' will be the fulfilment of Dionysian mysteries, but surely only of substitute mysteries, accessible by a back door." [Page 362 'Dionysos' / C. Kerenyi].

Back door/Front door?

Question. What would the 'front door' be represented with?

"From the state of the male figures it can be inferred that there was drinking in the larger room, probably from a krater placed in the was a sacred preparation for the Greater Mysteries." [Page 363 same book].

From a different perspective: ''The temple is within man in the sense that man is the temple of the work of nature, just as the temple as human work can only be the image of man...This house is always the symbol of the man who has constructed it....Cosmic man within terrestrial man...We are in a desert when we question ourselves; when in our interrogation we oppose ourselves to the universe, this desert becomes the parvis in front of and outside the temple and then takes on the aspect of an obstacle {Colonnade/ Pavilion / kiosk?}. This dialectic between Ego and Self is the enclosing wall that separates unitary paradise from the universe of creation....Choice opens or closes the door of the temple where light without shadow reveals the cause of the binary world, the world of antinomies...Giving the house to its Master? This expression can have but a single intention, which is to ready the ''house'' {temple or human body} for the coming of the 'Master', who will animate it. Were man not formed in the 'image of god', the breath of divine inspiration could never have animated him....Whoever manages to cross the threshold recognizes that the material, the feminine, the passive, and the aquatic in him is moon, and that the active, the warm, the ardent, and the formless is the sun. He will know that in the world of duality, he projected this moon and sun into the sky. He had forgotten that they were inside him and saw them only from the outside of himself. This is the site, or moment, known as the ''reversal of the lights'' when intelligence comes to the heart." [Pages 19/23 'The Egyptian Miracle: An Introduction to the Temple' / R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz].

'Easter Island'.

'Stopping and Seeing' / T. Cleary.

Question. Denderah?

A practical example {interview with Billy Connolly - in relation to life, while coping with Parkinson's disease }: "I believe you're making art now Billy''?

Connolly: ''Yes i'm very artsy these days - i'm trying to think up of esoteric, bizarre ways to describe my drawings, but there just wee drawings - I draw little men and women and strange shapes....I started by mistake, I was in {M}ontreal and visited both a pet shop and a Art shop. Stayed longer in the later. Bought pens and paper....never drawn in my life...couldn't do it at school, not even matchstick men. But I started off doing Islands ...these weird {'shadow'?} islands with the sea around them. And weird shapes within these islands....I'm using my brain in a normal fashion, but its working with the Parkinson in it; its difficult to explain, but I get a great deal of joy from it - I put on the Incredible String Band and the Hangman's Beautiful Daughter and then I start to draw, I don't know if it influences me in the drawing but I feel great when its playing - its a joy, a joyous thing...although it doesn't look like a joyous thing, it looks like a painful thing sometimes - the people seem to be in bizarre odd situations - so I add balance to it."

Interviewer: ''Isn't  your wife Pamela trained in these sort of things; Psychology?

Connolly: ''Yes, she is. I asked her opinion recently on a drawing I did of a scantly clad woman with a blindfold on. Smut she said. We laughed and moved on. I did a thing called 'purgatory' - its a man at the bow of a ship with a blindfold on - and he's being rowed by a reptile. I like it but I don't know what it is, and I have no intention of digging any deeper into it - to see what it is. I like the relationship the way it is." ['Life, death and Laughter' / BBC 2].

All those keys mentioned BUT in the unconscious SENSE OF THE WORD. All enlarged throughout.

Question. Psychotic 'information' only?

Try ''hang'' / ''hung'' to begin with.

Working ancient example: Annual battle between Horus and Set at Edfu.



Storm or limpdick mont? Being paid? Backward Culture? Northern Irish problem or a world wide political one? i.e., always looking for excuses to FORWARD their OWN political ends. Teamplayers?

From a different perspective: ''There is a curious detail which occurs several times in these stories. It is said that so many of the kings were 'blind'. Anysis-Bocchoris, were either perished in, or escaped from, the flames was blind....Sesoosis, who escaped the 'fire', finally became blind, as did Pheros who tried to 'control' the Nile and the 'storm'.....It will be remembered that blindness was much in evidence at Letopolis, the 'Thunderbolt' city. The shrewmouse was sacred there because it was thought to be blind, and the name of the god who preceded Horus there was Mhnty-n-irty: 'He who is without eyes'. The commonly accepted story tells how Horus himself was partially blinded by Seth, the storm god.....It can hardly be by chance that this alleged 'blindness' has been inserted in the classical tales of the Egyptian kings....." [Page 76 'The Sky Religion in Egypt' / G. Wainwright].

Understand what they infer by that universal ''bit'' gives a deeper meaning.

Side note: ''The literal meaning of muscle {Latin} = 'little mouse'....'' [The Chase' / ITV].

Continued: Try 3:7 for more on Connolly.

And/or ''Art'' in relation to the ''Theme''. Enlarged throughout.

Which ones the ''reptile''? Art only?

A working example {i.e., as seen from a different viewpoint. The original one?}: "When I was writing down these fantasies, I once asked myself, 'What am I really doing? Certainly this has nothing to do with science. But then, what is it?' Whereupon a voice within me said : 'It is art'. I was astonished. It had never entered my head that what I was writing had any connection with art. Then I thought: 'Perhaps my unconscious is forming a personality that is not me, but which is insisting on coming through to expression...." [Page 210 'Memories, Dreams and Reflections' / C. G. Jung].

And/or: "At first it was the negative aspect of the anima that most impressed me. I felt a little awed by 'her'. It was like the feeling of an invisible presence in the room. Then a new idea came to me: in putting down all this material for analysis I was in effect writing  letters to the anima, that is, to a part of myself with a different viewpoint from my conscious one." [Page 211 same book].

90 degrees or 180?

"Psychology and esotericism set out to explore the darkness outside of our knowledge, whether it be dwelling in the 'unconscious' or the 'astral', the mundus imaginalis, or the dark side of the Tree of Life." [Extract from the book 'The Magister']. Define ''astral'' before those first impressions define something else. Link that answer up to that universal framework.

His ''weird''?

'Apple' of the eye or 'eye' of the storm?

Rene Descartes, French philosopher, mathematician and writer..."While still a young soldier he had a dream in which an angel appeared to him, and revealed to him his mission in life...and how to achieve it. According to his own account of this dream, the 'angel' said to him, 'The conquest of nature is to be achieved by measure and number." [Page 477, 'The Sacred History'].


"Egyptian cubits filled with water, are called by me, basic load 'netto', and basic load 'brutto', I have given them these names because they were considered the standard amount that could be carried by a pack ass. In Akkadian these units are called 'imeru', which means "ass". The Masoretic text of the Old Testament uses a different punctuation of vowels under the consonants to distinguish between the term 'hmr' as referring to an ass, and the same term as referring to a unit of measure." [Notes on the relation of ancient measures to the Great pyramid, by Livio Catullo Stecchini. Taken from 'Secrets of the Great Pyramid']. 'See' anything?

"Empty your mind. Be formless, shapeless, like water. When you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. When you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you put water into a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow....or it can crash. Be water my friend." [Taken from chapter five, 'The Warrior Within' {the philosophies of Bruce Lee} by J. Little.


In what direction?

A working example: ''Good morning. Its sunny but cold this morning and the ice is breaking up, but it sounds amazing. So lets watch the 'ice show' together: Its so cool to watch the tide and the ice come in, smashing up against the rocks. The water nots trying to hold on to something. Its just letting life move through it. I want to be more like that, allowing life to move through me. Not putting my attachments and expectations on everything.'' [Caley: 'Alone: Frozen' / S1 EP5].

Refresher: ''Not out but through.'' {C. Jung}.

From a different perspective {with something extra}: ''The most important interpretation of Mercurius is his relation to Saturn....To the early alchemists it was lead not quicksilver that was associated with Saturn: ''My spirit is the water that loosens the rigid limbs of my brothers'' and/or: ''Quicksilver comes from the heart of Saturn.....The most perfect water and flower in the world.'' And/or: ''It is the power of the colour of water since water is 'destruction'....Khunrath calls this transformation ''luring the red/green lion out of Saturns mouth {'opening of the mouth'?}...A link to ''the lion of the tribe of Judah therefore Christ.'' [Pages 227/8 'Alchemical Studies'].



''A Wildling''.

"Nothing in nature can bring the mind continuous, unchanging happiness, because the mind itself changes constantly. Although we have the same stomach, we don't want to eat the same food every day. Although we wear the same shape, we don't wear the same outfit every day. The secret of our wanting changes, is that the mind changes. If it were always the same, why would it look for change? If we know that, we can just allow things to change without clinging to them. If something changes, we should let it go - something else will come. We should watch the changes like passing clouds. But normally we don't want to merely watch them. We want to hold onto a section without letting go. Then the tension comes in. Changes are like flowing water. If you just allow water to flow, it is very pleasant to sit and watch. But if you want to arrest the flow, and keep the water to yourself, you will have to construct a dam. Then the water will resist the dam and try to escape. There will be a struggle.

Achernar. The flat{est} Star in the Milky Way. Saturn the flatest Planet.

Although you may stop some of the water, another portion will overflow. So you must allow for spill out, or the dam will certainly break....All life is a passing show...If we learn to enjoy each change, we can recognize the beauty even in ageing. A ripe fruit has its own beautiful taste. When we just allow things to pass, we are free. Things will just come and go, while we retain our peace."[ Page 99 / 100 'The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali'].

Side note: "Achernar - the End of the River - known by Arabian astronomers as 'farthest in the Stream'....Ulug Beg called it Al Thalim - the Ostrich - but Hyde rendered this - the Dam - as if blocking the flow of the stream to the south...others called it the denote the track of a vessel...within the Stream of Ocean....It is a solitary star visible from the latitude of New York City in early winter evenings, low down in the south, on the meridian with Menkar of the Whale...Between it and Fomalhaut lie many small stars....called by Arabians Little Ostriches." [Star Names and Their Meaning' under Eridanus]. Try ''furrow''.

'Mans Search for Meaning' / Viktor Frankl.

'Straight South'?

By hook or by crook? 'Paddle' to enlarge.

Possession of the Hochdorf 'Prince'. Styalized 'M' OR 'W'? ''Was also buried with his comb and razor, a pouch with three fish hooks, an iron knife and a quiver full of arrows.'' [Page 20 'The Celts: A Search for Civilization' / A. Roberts].

''Achernar is the brightest star in the constellation of Eridanus, and the ninth-brightest in the night sky. It has the Bayer designation Alpha Eridani, which is Latinized from α Eridani and abbreviated Alpha Eri or α Eri. The name Achernar applies to the primary component[14] of a binary system....The system bears the traditional name of Achernar (sometimes spelled Achenar), derived from the Arabic آخر النهر ākhir an-nahr, meaning "The End of the River"....In Chinese caused by adaptation of the European Southern Hemisphere constellations into the Chinese system, 水委 (Shuǐ Wěi), meaning Crooked Running Water, refers to an asterism consisting of Achernar, ζ Phoenicis and η Phoenicis. Consequently, Achernar itself is known as 水委一 (Shuǐ Wěi yī, English: the First Star of Crooked Running Water).''

Side note: ''The word Minnesota comes from the Dakota[16] name for the Minnesota River, which got its name from one of two words in Dakota: "mní sóta", which means "clear blue water",[17][18] or "Mníssota", which means "cloudy water".[19][20] Dakota people demonstrated the name to early settlers by dropping milk into water and calling it mní sóta.[20] Many places in the state have similar Dakota names, such as Minnehaha Falls ("curling water" or waterfall), Minneiska ("white water"), Minneota ("much water"), Minnetonka ("big water"), Minnetrista ("crooked water"), and Minneapolis, a hybrid word combining Dakota mní ("water") and -polis (Greek for "city").''

Sioux to enlarge.

Continued: ''The name Achernar derives from the Arabic phrase meaning “the star at the end of the river.” This name was given to Achernar before Acamar was included in the constellation of Eridanus; the latter star is now considered “the end of the river.” In Greek mythology, Eridanus represented the river into which Cygnus dived ...

Something 'Set in Stone'?

Continued: ''The origin of the phrase is obscure, with multiple different explanations and no evidence to support any particular one over the others.[3] For example, a commonly repeated suggestion is that it comes from Hook Head in Wexford, Ireland and the nearby village of Crooke, in Waterford, Ireland. As such, the phrase would derive from a vow by Oliver Cromwell to take Waterford by Hook (on the Wexford side of Waterford Estuary) or by Crook (a village on the Waterford side); although the Wyclif tract was published at least 260 years before Cromwell. Another is that it comes from the customs regulating which firewood local people could take from common land; they were allowed to take any branches that they could reach with a billhook or a shepherd's crook (used to hook sheep).[4]


All bronze. Cauldron full of mead with three 'handles' and three reclining lions. From the Hochdorf Prince tomb. Sated? Joyous?

Side note: ''The English name of the island may be derived from the Old Norse; either Ǫngullsey "Hook Island"[8] or Ǫnglisey "Ǫngli's Island".[8][9] No record of such an Ǫngli survives,[10] but the place name was used by Viking raiders as early as the 10th century and later adopted by the Normans during their invasions of Gwynedd.[11] The traditional folk etymology reading the name as the "Island of the Angles (English)"[12][13] may account for its Norman use but has no merit,[9] as the Angles' name itself is probably cognate with the shape of the Angeln peninsula. All of them ultimately derive from the proposed Proto-Indo-European root *ank- ("to flex, bend, angle").[14] Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries and into the 20th, it was usually spelt Anglesea in documents,[15] a spelling that is still occasionally used today.


Ynys Môn, the island's Welsh name, first appeared in the Latin Mona of various Roman sources.[16][17][18] It was likewise known to the Saxons as Monez.[19] The Brittonic original was in the past taken to have meant "Island of the Cow".[12][20] This view is untenable according to modern scientific philology and the etymology remains a mystery.

Poetic names for Anglesey include the Old Welsh Ynys Dywyll (Shady or Dark Isle) for its former groves and Ynys y Cedairn (Isle of the Brave) for its royal courts;[13] Gerald of Wales' Môn Mam Cymru ("Môn, Mother of Wales") for its agricultural productivity;[21] and Y fêl Ynys (Honey Isle).''

'Grove' to enlarge.

Try Fomalhaut.

"Working in the same circles as Bacon and Newton, Jan Baptiste Van Helmont wrote, 'There is a book inside us, written by the finger of 'god', through which we may read all things." Michael Maier also wrote...'' To drink the interior life in a long draft, is to see the higher life. He who discovers the interior, discovers what is in space.'' {'coal sacks'?} ....In all these sayings there is a clear implication that the key to scientific discovery somehow lies within." [Chapter 23, 'The Secret History of the World'].

'137' ?

''Transforming fingers'' in relation to: ''twice as high as broad'' ?

Atlas = ''the first cervical vertebrae.'' 'Gallery' to enlarge.

A working example {if only from a satirical viewpoint}: ''The cosmic web is the scaffolding of the universe - that spans the void. This web is made mainly of dark matter, a mysterious substance that dominates the universe, although we don't know what it is. One of the great mysteries in modern physics, probably some kind of  particle that reacts very weakly with itself and light - which is why we cannot see it i.e., dark matter. But it does influence the universe with its gravity. It was in the dark heart of the cosmic web that gravity began to sculpt the early universe drawing together the two simpliest elements hydrogen and helium, the raw material for the very first stars....The universe was approaching a TURNING POINT because gravity was asserting its grip.....Out of the maelstrom the first gods emerged and there was light.  The stars illuminate the universe, but that is the least interesting thing they do. The thing that makes the universe interesting and gives MEANING to it is life ...and life is just chemistry...The only thing that existed before the stars was hydrogen and helium....So without the stars the universe would be uninteresting  and MEANINGLESS.'' ['Universe: The Sun: God Star' / B. Cox / BBC 2 / 27.10.21].

Fine Structure Constant to enlarge.

Side note: "At an altitude of 2500 miles you can stay up at only 2 miles per second and your orbit can be even freer....Getting completely out of the whirlpool is, relatively speaking, a pushover from here. The rule is that from any orbit that holds you continuously above the earth {or any other gravitating body} all you need do is multiply your velocity by √² to escape the body altogether. Thus if any satellite with an average velocity of 2 miles per second increases it to 2 √² or 2.8 mps it will just sail off never to return."  [Page 64 'Serpent in the Sky' / John West].

'Plough' to enlarge.

Happy or Sad?

Spirit or Soul? First Witness?

A work in progress: {in the abstract sense of the word}: ''Now because {in the interim} the mirth had begun to fall to my consorts feet - and the virgins were not sorry to see it - they quickly started up a civil dance....After a few dances our president came in and told us how the artists and students had offered themselves to their Royal Majesties to act a merry comedy - to the House of the Sun....The principle virgin brought word to attend the Royal Procession in the gallery where we were led - yet as yet without any music....The unknown Duchess led the way between the young king and his bride. Behind these came 'six' aforementioned virgins in two ranks who carried the kings jewels belonging to the little altar {King John?}. Next came the three Kings. The Bridegroom was in the middle in a black plain satin dress, after the Italian fashion, wearing a small round black hat, with a little pointed black feather. After the kings came the three Queens the bride being the middle one....Old ATLAS brought up the rear....We eventually came to the House of the Sun - upon a richly furnished scaffold....A very ancient king came on, with some servants which brought before 'his' throne a little chest, with mention being made that it was found upon the water....'' [Pages 44/5 {Kindle} 'The Fourth Day: 'The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz'].

And/or: ''Another collection of bones, which archaeologists have suggested represents evidence of ritual - and, specifically, decapitation - consisted of a human skull with its mandible in place, together with the uppermost vertebrae of the spine: the atlas and the axis. They had belonged to someone who was around fifteen years old.'' [Page 153 'The Celts'].


Narmer Palette.

''Cuthbert discovers a piece of wood to be used as a roof beam.'' Cedar?

And/or: ''Archaeologists excavating at Gordion in Turkey claim to have found something that indicates a clear Celtic identity and heritage - human sacrifice and headhunting....Especially of the northern tribes {Strabo}: 'Of hanging the heads of their enemies from the necks of their horses - that were held in high esteem. They would embalm them in cedar oil.'' [Page 144 same book].

'Cheek to jowl'?

''The mandible is the largest bone in the human skull, forming the lower jawline and shaping the contour of the inferior third of the face.[1] Articulation with the skull base at the bilateral temporomandibular joints allows a range of movements facilitated by associated muscles, including dental occlusion with the ...

And/or: ''One skull from Gordion did show evidence of having been used as a symbolic object after death....Wood was discovered inside the large hole, foramen magnum, under the skull....It seems a human skull was mounted on a wooden stake.'' [Page 154 'The Celts' ].

''Head Jars'' to enlarge.


And/or: ''Some 8,000 years ago, the skull of a Scandinavian man in his 50s was impaled on a wooden stake in Sweden. Now, a new facial reconstruction by Swedish forensic artist Oscar Nilsson allows modern viewers to envision this mysterious individual’s prominent cheekbones, blue eyes and brown hair, reports Kristin Romey for National Geographic.

Archaeologists found the man’s cranium—as well as the skulls of eight other adults and one infant—in the boggy sediment of the Kanaljorden excavation site in Motala, Sweden, in 2012. The discovery marked the first archaeological evidence of Mesolithic hunter-gatherers mounting human skulls on stakes.''

''The inner core is believed to be composed of an iron–nickel alloy with some other elements. The temperature at the inner core's surface is estimated to be approximately 5,700 K (5,430 °C; 9,800 °F), which is about the temperature at the surface of the Sun.'' And/or: ''Scientists say they've detected a new, mysterious layer at the center of our home planet. The discovery could unearth more about Earth's history.'' ['Astronomy'].

Working example: An enactment at Thebes within the Sed Festival of Amenhotep showing - monkey, pintail duck and a leaping bull calf in relation to: 'A new royal body has to be roasted and created by the female {Hathor} if the king is to be reborn again...The coming of 'gold' that reinfuses him with life and vitality, initiating him to a new shining existence at dawn.'' [Pages 27/8 'Hathor Rising' / A. Roberts]. 'Labyrinth' to enlarge.

''Bog iron is a form of impure iron deposit that develops in bogs or swamps by the chemical or biochemical oxidation of iron carried in solution. In general, bog ores consist primarily of iron oxyhydroxides, commonly goethite (FeO(OH)).

Iron-bearing groundwater typically emerges as a spring and the iron in it forms ferric hydroxide upon encountering the oxidizing environment of the surface....Europeans developed iron smelting from bog iron during the Pre-Roman Iron Age of the 5th/4th–1st centuries BCE, and most iron of the Viking era (late first millennium CE) came from bog iron.[3] Humans can process bog iron with limited technology, since it does not have to be molten to remove many impurities.[5] Due to its easy accessibility and reducibility, bog iron was commonly used for early iron production.[6] Early metallurgists identified bog-iron deposits by indicators such as withered grass, a wet environment, hygrophilous grass-dominated vegetation, and reddish-brown solutions or depositions in nearby waters.''

Question. Can the above tell us anything as to why there is a massive 'GAP' - in the archaeology sense of the word - between the Bronze and Iron Age?

'Aquae Sulis' to enlarge.

The 'Sun' behind the sun - in the 'spiritual' sense of the word.

12496530-brain-activity-and-states-icon-set-in-white-backgroContinued: "Newton believed that god had set humankind a series of tests in the forms of messages encoded in ancient monuments like the Great pyramid {1224?}, in ancient texts like Genesis and in the very fabric of nature itself {sunflowers?}. Gods plan was that humanity would be intrigued by these mysteries and continue to develop the 'faculty of intelligence' until the time came when it would be able to crack these codes. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Newtons rival in the devising of calculus, made his advances while studying the Jewish numerical mysticism of the Kabbalah. Isaac Newton drew deeply on the philosophical approach of Jacob Boehme. Boehme's 'idealism' had led him to look for a unifying principle that held the universe together and put everything within it in place. For Boehme, it was a law of 'love' or 'desire' which he called the lubet. Newton carried the search for a universal principle over from 'idealism' into materialism and called it gravity." [Emphasis, this readers, chapter 38, 'The Sacred History]. Recall what 'idealism', in the main, is a representation of.

Mindset to enlarge.

'Three and four'.

The hand of Sabazios. Thumb = pinecone?

''Calculus means 'small pebble' in Latin.'' ['Impossible' / S6 EP17].

'Little' to enlarge.

"Time is at the heart of all that is important to human beings." [Bernard D'Espagnat. From within the book by P. Davies]. Try ''time'' And/or ''hindsight'' in relation to ''foresight'' - if only in understanding subject material. Benefits of. In the long term. Not just in {A}.


Spathulate Fleawort. Flowers EVERY OTHER YEAR at the BEGINNING of summer. At least SIX BLOOMS or more. Found no where else IN THE WORLD except the South stack on Holyhead Island off Anglesey. Wales. ''NO ONE knows why''. Does Asteria? AND/OR: Did the Druids? See below.

Side step: ''A mathematical hidden pattern in nature...Some petals on a flower have 3, some five, some eight, some thirteen - but rarely any numbers inbetween. These numbers crop up time and time again called the Fibonacci sequence. If you look at the head of a sunflower you see the seeds arranged in a spiraling pattern. Count the number of spirals in one direction and a Fibonacci number occurs. Count the spirals in the opposite direction and an adjacent Fibonacci number is found. The plant does this so as not to damage the seeds. It spaces them out.'' ['Magic Numbers' by Hannah Fry].

''Many groups associate sunflowers with prolonged constancy and loyalty, reflecting the flower bud's tendency to follow the sun across the sky. Greek mythology celebrates a sunflower's apparent dedication to the sun in the tale of a water nymph who fell in love with the god of the sun, Apollo.''

And/or: ''Now to Abraham and his Seed were the promises made. He does not say, "And to seeds," as of many, but as of one, "And to your Seed,"who is Christ.''


'The Five Elements': ''According to Plato can be found in something like a mathematical heaven, where all numbers can be found - BUT ONLY if you are a true believer.''  'SEE' IT? ['Magic Numbers' / Hannah Fry].

'Spiritual' analogy?..."After the crucifixion, Mary Magdalene goes to the cave tomb of Jesus, she finds it empty...The 'Treatise on the Resurrection' teaches: 'The Saviour swallowed death. You must be perceptive, for by this i mean that he laid aside the corruptible cosmos. He exchanged it for the incorruptible 'eternal' realm. He raised himself up, having 'swallowed' the visible by means of the invisible {'horizontal/vertical' link - this readers input} - and gave us the 'way' to our immortality. This is why Paul said we have suffered with him, and arisen with him, and ascended with him.'...If, as Paul urges, we can understand the mystical meaning of this allegory and 'imitate' Christ, then we will also discover we are 'immortal'. According to Valentinus: 'When we 'destroy' the cosmos and we ourselves are not destroyed, then we know we are 'Lords' over the whole of creation and over all 'decay'." [From the book 'Jesus and the Lost Goddess'. Mentioned elsewhere. Emphasis, this readers].

Cronus who also 'swallowed' something.

From a different perspective {with something extra}: ''Everything is swallowing everything else, all the time. It is a law of the space/time vortex {'void' and/or spiral?} and is resurrected into the next higher level octave. There is a similarity in appearance each and every time. An example in Nature would be a tree going through the seasons...'' [Page 92 'Shamanic Mysteries of Egypt' ].

Try Sycamore Tree.

Tut's nurse. Real or symbolic?

Wearing the elephant scalp.

From a different perspective: ''He saw in a vision the Ultimate Cause of the universe as a huge luminous triangle giving birth every moment to an infinite number of worlds {Brane Theory?}....He had a vision of the divine Maya, the inscrutable power of god, by which the universe is created and sustained, and into which it is finally absorbed {'autopilot' to enlarge}. In this 'vision' he saw a woman of beauty, about to become a 'mother', emerging from the Ganges and slowly approaching the Panchavati. Presently she gave 'birth' to a child and began to nurse it tenderly. A moment later she assumed a terrible aspect, seized the child with her grim jaws, and crushed it. Swallowing it, she re-entered the Ganges. But the most remarkable experience during this period was the awakening of the Kundalini Sakti, the Serpent Power. He actually saw the 'Power' at first lying asleep at the bottom of the spinal column, then waking up and ascending along the mystic Sushumna CANAL and through its six centers, or lotuses, to the Sahasrara, the thousand petalled lotus in the top of the head.'' [Page 22 'The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna'].

'Atlas' to enlarge


Two steps forward only one back? Question. Where in the night sky does the figure of Orion make that about turn? {u-turn}.

"Then, when our dying bodies have been transformed into bodies that will never die, this Scripture will be fulfilled: Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?”
 For sin is the sting that results in death, and the law gives sin its power. But thank God! He gives us victory over sin and death through our Lord Jesus Christ." [ 1 Corinthians 15: 50-57].

Headscratch: "To take something seriously, often means to swallow it down, to take it in, and to process it in the depth's of one's own gut experience so that when it is time regurgitate it out - excuse my imagery - it is something fresh and new and reborn...I recently found something that I found very exciting, to do with this swallowing down process. When I looked at the movement of Saturn through its cycle, I noticed that Saturn spends about eight months going forward, from Station Direct to Station Retrograde. Then it turns and goes backwards for about 4-5 months. You know the phrase, 'one step forward and two back'? This is very Saturnian. When you are trying to manifest something or make an improvement in your life, your original intention needs to encompass the periods of time when you do the two steps back, or you fall prey to negative Saturn. Then you think, 'Here we go again, nothing ever changes. Is it always going to be like this?' In other words we totally lose that sense of forward momentum and feel swallowed up. Our sense of well being, creativity, or purpose gets castrated and we get despondent and bogged down..."

Side note. ''One step forward and two back'' - Giza complex link? If so, how {who?} would that 'Saturnian' principle be represented?

"Antique Indian elephant chess piece representing the king." Bishop + Howdah to enlarge.

"Snatch victory (from the jaws of defeat):  to win at the last moment possible, when it had previously seemed certain that you were going to lose: He came on as a substitute and snatched victory with a late goal. The story of this business is one of victory snatched from the jaws of defeat."

Gog/ Magog.

"He will swallow up death in victory. He will wipe away the tears from all faces." {Isaiah 25:8}.


Hard or easy to 'swallow' ? Untied or a coming together?

Continued: "Lets consider the symbolism. Nine months, or 'forty' weeks {'wilderness'?}, is the human gestation period. So here we go. Something is nearly born. Forward nearly nine, but not quite and then we grind to a halt. We have to turn back. We must retract, reflect, turn within, review, adapt, go inside and prepare for future forward motion. So something is nearly born but in a sense has to 'die', has to be reabsorbed to gain more substance {'Crocodile/Hippo'?}. This is the process of Saturn, and Saturn in the chart will show where 'this happens', in relation to what areas of life experience {the house} and it what manner {the sign}. It is where 'struggle' is involved...within the process of time, and the laws of manifestation...It is also an issue central to the sign of Aquarius, which Saturn ruled before Uranus was discovered: the time lag between generating a revolutionary idea {Imhotep?} and its manifestation in form." ['Saturn, Chiron and the Centaurs'].

Remember we are attempting to define a ''mind set''.

'One hundred and fortyfour'? {144].

Side note: All Mastaba's prior to Step Pyramid. With the exception of the Son of Menkaure - who reverted back to type {i.e., a single mastaba}.

Seven into eight?

Understanding the above gets us closer to ''grasping'' such paragraphs as: "In the Tarot, Saturn is the 'twentyone' {21st} key, the World, symbol of the cosmic consciousness. As in mythology the god Saturn was said to 'eat' his children, so in esoteric psychology we do find that the cosmic consciousness, when it becomes a personal experience, swallows up all its differentiations. And as Saturn was the 'father' of the gods, so is the cosmic consciousness really the source of all other modes of consciousness....Therefore in the books of wisdom the methods that lead to it are sometimes described as the Path of Return." [Page 159 of the book by P. F. Case. Vol 1].

REFRESHER: "Who am I? Where am I going? What is it all for? If these questions have been running through your head {'back of'?} lately, you have begun the ultimate quest, which in one form, is to answer questions such as these, and in another is perhaps the attainment of the Holy Grail." ['Magic for the Aquarian Age' / Marian Green].

REFRESHER: ''In the search {quest} for the 'grail' - one has to ask the right question.''

A working example. ONE example: ''Can one stop being a machine?'' i asked. ''Ah! that is the question,'' said G. If you had asked such questions more often we might, perhaps, have got somewhere in our talks.'' [Chapter 1 'In Search of the Miraculous' / P.D. Ouspensky].


"I have come to believe, through many years of studying this script, that the original title of the manuscript was probably THE BODY OF THE DRAGON, a book in 'three' sectional parts bound together." Douglas Monroe.

{C}alliope - Chief muse.

And/or: "Caroline, you may not be aware of this, but your name begins with the letter associated with the balance of the number three. Balance is a grace of spirit. This is why the horizon stone played such an important part in the Egyptian mysteries. The hieroglyph depicts the meeting of Sun and Earth...This symbol is the only hieroglyphic on the outer wall of the Great Pyramid...The name given to the pyramid was 'Akhet Khufu', which meant ''horizon of Khufu'' - this later term was misunderstood by later Egyptologists, who turned it into the name Cheops. This pregnant symbol is {also?} located above the passageway which pierces into the rock foundations of the vast structure. As a symbol, it survived into modern times - as the symbol for Libra, the cosmic balance, which now consists of three elements...When he had drawn the sigil, he ran the back of his pencil {'lead' link} through the curvature {'arc' / Uas link?} of space between the solar disc and the horizon of earth...'The invisible {unknown quantity?} space is just as important as the Sun and Earth. Do you see how even the most simple-seeming of the arcane symbols are steeped in hermetic antiquity?' ['The Zelator'. Italics/parenthesis, this readers].

Question. If Khufu = Libra. What do the other 'two' represent?

'Elephant in the Dark' by ?

"At first, in Leo, the individual goes forth in dramatic excitement, asserting himself with grand gestures, gambling with life and love, creating works of art in his own image by sheer projection of himself. As he finds resistance, as he is hurt by the reactions of others, as he fails in one way or another, he is forced to submit to Virgo's discipline, to study, to become an apprentice." [Page 132, 'The Zodiac as the Universal Matrix'].

As {one?} example: "Pluto was in Virgo when modern Freemasonry {1717} and the age of philosophical rationalism began, clearing the way to the revolutionary era..." [Page 116, same book].

Gravity...."most commonly recognized and experienced as the agent that gives weight to physical objects, and causes those same objects to fall towards the ground when dropped from a height."[ Wikipedia / ''gravity''].

One encompasses the other? Attract / repel? And/or convex/concave?

Refresher: "From another regard, the 'lead' of Saturn is the downward and inward pull of gravity into subjectivity."

"Saturn is also named the Lord of Decrease...his power manifests in the later stages of decay. He rules over the spoiled, the filth and the refuse of society..." ['Saturn and the Theoretical Foundations of an Emerging Discipline'].

Try ''Saturn'' to 'see' something {beginning/end?} from an astrology point of view. - represented within those universal {'planetary'?} constants.


And/or: "A planet is an astronomical body orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity, but is not massive enough to cause thermonuclear fusion..." ['Wiki']. All used as a means...? i.e.,''rounded'' in relation to ''Being'' and/or ''becoming''. Enlarged throughout.

Question. If a true appraisal, how could that knowledge have been known?

Alte Burg. Described as an oval shape 'hippodrome'. The first of its kind.

A working example: ''Bowness' means 'rounded', or bow-shaped headland', from either the Old English 'boga', 'bow', and 'næss', or, more probably, the Old Norse 'bogi' and 'nes''.

Burgh - on Sands to enlarge.

''It was the round table that first appearded in Wace Roman de Brut's Arthurian legend.''

Continued: "That year [1934], in a lecture he gave in Zurich, he underlined the importance of eliminating the infinities that persisted in quantum electrodynamics and drew attention to the theories relationship to our understanding of space and time. The solution to this problem, would require "an interpretation of the numerical value of the dimensionless number [137]."

Analogy: "It was within the awareness of the vision that there was no space or time within the cube itself." Find it to understand it - before asking Yes or No?

'Researches on Magnetism, Electricity, Heat, Light, Crystallization and Chemical Attraction in Relation to the Vital Force' by Baron Karl Von Reichenbach.

Think on it, relative to A/B/C. Explained throughout.

'The Universe a Vast Electric Organism' by George Woodard Warder.

"A future theory, must bring about a deep unification of foundations." [Both quotes by W. Pauli]. Try ''twelve'' and/or its permutations.

'Left' angled triangle? Why?

"In recent years Roger Penrose has made a pioneering attempt to combine neurophysiology with physics. He suggested that structures within neurons - microtubules - could be the seat of the quantum computations that are the dynamics behind thinking. But these are not simply logical computations, because quantum physics, which includes the uncertainty principle, and the concept of ambiguity, introduces an indefinable extra ingredient - intuition. This element is not addressed in any of the research programs mentioned here, and is a critical shortcoming. Pauli and Jung emphasized its importance, as did Einstein and other scientists when they recalled how they had made their discoveries. The puzzle of how we reason, how we think - of how we create knowledge from already existing knowledge and how we draw conclusions that go beyond the premises [or 'boundaries'?] , cannot be solved by logic alone." [Same book].

This subject does include that one missing ''element.'' From 'its' beginning to the present date. Found within. [Try ''intuitive'' as well as ''intuition''].

"A beehive tomb, also known as a tholos tomb (plural tholoi) (Greek: θολωτός τάφος, θολωτοί τάφοι, "domed tombs"), is a burial structure characterized by its false dome created by the superposition of successively smaller rings of mudbricks or, more often, stones. The resulting structure resembles a beehive, hence the traditional English name. ..In Greece, the vaulted tholoi are a monumental Late Bronze Age development. Their origin is a matter of considerable debate:.."

Question. If that assessment turns out to be a valid one. What does that imply?

"We are stuck with our own intuitive stranger...By accepting our inner stranger, we may come to a better understanding of our own minds." [From the program 'Horizon' {BBC2?} 'How You Really Make Decisions' by Daniel Kahneman].

Refresher: "The Siren heralds a friend, the Bee a stranger."

"For a long time i confused intuitive consciousness with cerebral consciousness, but the later is, only a record of our mental operations...Consciousness is a state of identification. To become conscious of anything is to recognize in oneself this identity: it is to experience. The artisan who identifies with the material with which he is working experiences its nature and reaction in himself. He becomes conscious of it...The awakening of the instinctive consciousness takes place. In a more subtle way, this will be the awakening of our intuitive faculties {cognitive?}, whose exercise creates in us the intuitive state..." ['Journey into Light'].

''Intuitive consciousness'' in relation to eureka moments? But now in the 'spiritual' sense of the 'word'. Get it?


The foundations of something {''Under ones belt'' }. A representation of 'lower' or 'higher'?

'Three and Four'?

REFRESHER: As seen from a different perspective {that first one?}: "When the zodiac is considered as a process of cyclic development, the signs of the zodiac can be shown to have a certain definite meaning...The number twelve is significant in ancient and modern numerology, as being the product of 4 and 3 {enlarged elsewhere}...The division of the signs into 'four elements' {fire, earth, air, water} - or into three types {cardinal, fixed, mutable} - is not a division produced by a sequence in time, but by a kind of segmentation of the whole into the parts - as when a fertilized egg divides into cells, which in turn divide into a group of cells, forming the basic tissues, then organs, of the embryo. The basic division is into four ''elements''. The concept of ''elements'' and in medieval times ''humors'', or in the modern times of ''psychological functions and types'' in Jung's psychology, or that of the 4 ''dimensions'' of space-time, is the result of a very basic intuition of the nature of reality {but only when that ''bit'' is taken into account?} - We define reality as the ''sum result of human experience'', and every experience has form {Plato's forms?]; that is to say, it is at once located in a ''frame of reference'', which is constituted by the three dimensions of space, and by time. Today we speak of ''space-time'' as a four dimensional structure of experience. Every experience implies a more or less immediate sensing of the way in which the cause of the experience fits into our space-time human world. The four dimensions of space-time are therefore the four ''elements'' of experience." [Page 12 'The Zodiac as the Universal Matrix' / Dane Rudhyar. Underlined aspect - this readers input].

N.B. 'Division' and 'multiply' examples see index King James Study Bible.


"When they become self-aware like 'Adam', [key] they may reveal news of the 'Knower' and that which He knows. One of them dove down into the ocean of Oneness and said, 'I am the truth'. Another rode in a boat on the same ocean, and told of how near or far he was from shore. One looks on the outside and talks of dry land, while gathering shells, and the other plunges into the ocean and gets the pearl. One starts talking about the bits and parts of things, how they appear and function. Another begins telling of the Eternal one and then of creatures who live and die. One speaks of long curls of hair, the 'beauty' spot, the curves of her eyebrows, the 'beloved' man in dim candle light, [key] passing a goblet of wine. The other speaks only of himself and his opinions. And the other loses himself in idol's love, identifying himself with the monks rope around his waist. Each one speaks the language native to the 'level' he has reached, and it is hard to understand what he says.... You the seeker of understanding, you must strive [key] to learn the meaning of what they say." [Extract taken from a poem by the Persian Sufi known as Mahmud Shabistari. From the book, 'The Tree of Being' by Ibn Arabi].

'Mans Search for Meaning' / Viktor Frankl.

"Those of a philosophical turn of thought may reflect that the candle is an image of humanity. The wax corresponds to the body, the wick to the mind, and the flame to the spirit." [Extract from the book 'ABC of Witchcraft: Past and Present' by D. Valiente].

"Our attitude should be that of reasonable enquiry and our interest that of the investigating philosopher, willing to accept an hypothesis on the basis of its possibility, but being unwilling to acknowledge as proven truth anything until we know it for and in ourselves. I, an aspirant to the higher mysteries, and one who has searched into them for a longer period than has been possible as yet to many, may write of things as yet impossible of demonstration, to you or the public, who may read these instructions. To me they may be and are truth and proven fact and for me that may suffice. For you they should be regarded as significant possibilities and hints to the direction in which truth may be sought, but beyond that you should not permit yourself to go." [Introduction to the book by Alice Bailey].

Link to 'objectivity'. Purpose and benefit of. As it is in any subject. Any subject that is; that is worth its 'salt'. Try that one.

Big cup little dick? or the largest one on the planet? Would Mother Russia celebrate or castrate?

Something to ponder on: "When we think about the future, we envision a version of the present: that the TV shows, movies, and singers who matter most today will be the ones remembered in 100 years. History, says otherwise, Chuck Klosterman argues in 'But what if we're wrong? Thinking about the present as if it were the past'. The works that endure, he says, are the ones that future societies find meaningful, whether they're valued in their day or not. Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' was scorned when it came out, and Franz Kafka was dead before 'The Trial' saw print. So which of today's writers will be remembered. Probably not Philip Roth or Jonathan Franzen, Klosterman says, but someone writing in obscurity {perhaps on the deep web}, representing an ultra-marginalised group and covering subjects that can be completely reinterpreted by future readers..." [From the 'Time Magazine' {June 2016} entitled 'Predicting the next great American novel'].

Try ''Bedtime Story'' - within this web pages 'search box'. Question. Agree or disagree?

P.S. Good luck on your own personal journey...Should any of the above be true. To whomever that reader might be.