“"What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible.. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are."- Egyptian Book of the Dead”

"What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible.. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are."
- Egyptian Book of the Dead

The Tetragrammaton in the Human HeartFrom Böhme’s Libri ApologeticiThe Tetragrammaton, or four-lettered Name of God, is here arranged as a tetractys within the inverted human heart. Beneath, the name Jehovah is shown transformed into Jehoshua by the interpolation of the radiant Hebrew letter , Shin. The drawing as a whole represents the throne of God and His hierarchies within the heart of man. In the first book of his Libri Apologetici, Jakob Böhme thus describes the meaning of the symbol: “For we men have one book in common which points to God. Each has it within himself, which is the priceless Name of God.” - Manly Palmer Hall

The Tetragrammaton in the Human Heart

From Böhme’s Libri Apologetici

The Tetragrammaton, or four-lettered Name of God, is here arranged as a tetractys within the inverted human heart. Beneath, the name Jehovah is shown transformed into Jehoshua by the interpolation of the radiant Hebrew letter , Shin. The drawing as a whole represents the throne of God and His hierarchies within the heart of man. In the first book of his Libri Apologetici, Jakob Böhme thus describes the meaning of the symbol: “For we men have one book in common which points to God. Each has it within himself, which is the priceless Name of God.” 

- Manly Palmer Hall

" Rejoice dear birdAnd praise thy Maker,Raise bright and clear thy voice,Thy God is most exalted,Thy food he hath prepared for theeTo give thee in due season.So be content therewith,Wherefore shalt thou not be glad,Wilt thou arraign thy GodThat he hath made thee bird?Wilt trouble thy wee headThat he made thee not a man?Be still, he hath it well bethoughtAnd be content therewith.What do I then, a worm of earthTo judge along with God?That I in this heaven’s stormDo wrestle with all art.Thou canst not fight with God.And whoso is not fit for this, let him be sped awayO Man, be satisfiedThat he hath made thee not the KingAnd take it not amiss,Perchance hadst thou despised his name,That were a sorry matter:For God hath clearer eyes that thatHe looks into thy heart,Thou canst not God deceive. “

" Rejoice dear bird
And praise thy Maker,
Raise bright and clear thy voice,
Thy God is most exalted,
Thy food he hath prepared for thee
To give thee in due season.
So be content therewith,
Wherefore shalt thou not be glad,
Wilt thou arraign thy God
That he hath made thee bird?
Wilt trouble thy wee head
That he made thee not a man?
Be still, he hath it well bethought
And be content therewith.
What do I then, a worm of earth
To judge along with God?
That I in this heaven’s storm
Do wrestle with all art.
Thou canst not fight with God.
And whoso is not fit for this, let him be sped away
O Man, be satisfied
That he hath made thee not the King
And take it not amiss,
Perchance hadst thou despised his name,
That were a sorry matter:
For God hath clearer eyes that that
He looks into thy heart,
Thou canst not God deceive. “

The ResurrectionDepicting Jesus with a radiant sun head after the culmination of the alchemical process as depicted on the key alchemical treatise The Rosarium Philosophorum- The Rosarium Philosophorum or the Rosary of the Philosophers, 16th century 

The Resurrection

Depicting Jesus with a radiant sun head after the culmination of the alchemical process as depicted on the key alchemical treatise The Rosarium Philosophorum

- The Rosarium Philosophorum or the Rosary of the Philosophers, 16th century 

Hieroglyphic Plan, by Hermes, of the Ancient Zodiac" The inner circle contains the hieroglyph of Hemphta, the triform and pantamorphic deity. In the six concentric bands surrounding the inner circle are (from within outward): (1) the numbers of the zodiacal houses in figures and also in words; (2) the modern names of the houses; (3) the Greek or the Egyptian names of the Egyptian deities assigned to the houses; (4) the complete figures of these deities; (5) the ancient or the modern zodiacalsigns, sometimes both; (6) the number of decans or subdivisions of the Houses. “ - Manly Palmer Hall

Hieroglyphic Plan, by Hermes, of the Ancient Zodiac

" The inner circle contains the hieroglyph of Hemphta, the triform and pantamorphic deity. In the six concentric bands surrounding the inner circle are (from within outward): (1) the numbers of the zodiacal houses in figures and also in words; (2) the modern names of the houses; (3) the Greek or the Egyptian names of the Egyptian deities assigned to the houses; (4) the complete figures of these deities; (5) the ancient or the modern zodiacal
signs, sometimes both; (6) the number of decans or subdivisions of the Houses. “ 

- Manly Palmer Hall

" If it does not interest the learned, it may instruct the ignorant. If so, I shall not regret the labor and research that have been bestowed upon its composition."- Albert Gallatin Mackey

" If it does not interest the learned, it may instruct the ignorant. If so, I shall not regret the labor and research that have been bestowed upon its composition."

- Albert Gallatin Mackey

"Geometry will draw the soul toward truth, and create the spirit of philosophy." 
- Plato (c. 427-347 B.C.E.)”

"Geometry will draw the soul toward truth, and create the spirit of philosophy."

- Plato (c. 427-347 B.C.E.)


In all things involving the acquirement of knowledge, the Ancient Wisdom says, “First purify your own life.”
— Manly P Hall

In all things involving the acquirement of knowledge, the Ancient Wisdom says, “First purify your own life.”

— Manly P Hall

Ten Principles to The Zen of Attraction1. Promise NothingJust do what you most enjoy doing.Hidden benefit: You will always over-deliver.2. Offer NothingJust share what you have with those who express an interest in it.Hidden benefit: Takes the pressure off of wanting other people to see you as valuable or important.3. Expect NothingJust enjoy what you already have. It’s plenty.Hidden benefit: You will realize how complete your life is already.4. Need NothingJust build up your reserves and your needs will disappear.Hidden benefit: Your boundaries will be extended and filled with space.5. Create NothingJust respond well to what comes to you.Hidden benefit: Openness.6. Hype NothingJust let quality sell by itself.Hidden benefit: Trustability.7. Plan NothingJust take the path of least resistance.Hidden benefit: Achievement will become effortless.8. Learn NothingJust let your body absorb it all on your behalf.Hidden benefit: You will become more receptive to what you need to know in the moment.9. Become No OneJust be more of yourself.Hidden benefit: Authenticity.10. Change NothingJust tell the truth and things will change by themselves.Hidden benefit: Acceptance.Source: “Ten Principles To The Zen Of Attraction”, from grahamenglish.net

Ten Principles to The Zen of Attraction

1. Promise Nothing
Just do what you most enjoy doing.
Hidden benefit: You will always over-deliver.

2. Offer Nothing
Just share what you have with those who express an interest in it.
Hidden benefit: Takes the pressure off of wanting other people to see you as valuable or important.

3. Expect Nothing
Just enjoy what you already have. It’s plenty.
Hidden benefit: You will realize how complete your life is already.

4. Need Nothing
Just build up your reserves and your needs will disappear.
Hidden benefit: Your boundaries will be extended and filled with space.

5. Create Nothing
Just respond well to what comes to you.
Hidden benefit: Openness.

6. Hype Nothing
Just let quality sell by itself.
Hidden benefit: Trustability.

7. Plan Nothing
Just take the path of least resistance.
Hidden benefit: Achievement will become effortless.

8. Learn Nothing
Just let your body absorb it all on your behalf.
Hidden benefit: You will become more receptive to what you need to know in the moment.

9. Become No One
Just be more of yourself.
Hidden benefit: Authenticity.

10. Change Nothing
Just tell the truth and things will change by themselves.
Hidden benefit: Acceptance.



Source: “Ten Principles To The Zen Of Attraction”, from grahamenglish.net

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