"I sought and found, I purified (it) often,
I mixed (it) and caused (it) to mature.
The Golden Tincture was the result;
It is called the Center of Nature;
The Origin of all Thought,
And of all books of men and various figures.
I acknowledge freely, it is a panacea
For all the Metals.
The weak ones, (in the constitution of man)
And a point which originated from God.”
Don’t get discouraged; it is often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.
"AND a highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The Way of Holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those: the wayfaring men, tho fools (unlearned), SHALL not err therein. No lion shall be there, nor any ravenous beast shall go up thereon, it shall not be found there ; but the redeemed shall walk there. And the ransomed of the LORD shall return, and come to Zion with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads: they shall obtain joy and gladness, and sorrowband sighing shall flee away"
(Isaiah xxxv 8-10).
Ouroboros: a serpent biting its own tail. A mythological and alchemic symbol of the cyclic nature of the universe: creation out of destruction, life out of death. The ouroboros eats its own tail to sustain its life in an eternal cycle of renewal.
”O holy and hallowed Trinity, Thou undivided and triple Unity! Cause me to sink into the abyss of Thy limitless eternal Fire, for only in that Fire can the mortal nature of man be changed into humble dust, while the new body of the salt union lies in the light. Oh, melt me and transmute me in…
Weighing of the Heart
The most important task to achieve immortality was not actually seen by anyone. This task was called “The Weighing of the Heart.” Egyptians believed that the most powerful part of a person was his heart. The heart was never removed from the body, because it was considered to be the center of a person’s being. In this ceremony, the gods of the underworld judged the mummy’s heart, or how well he behaved during his natural life. Maat, the goddess of truth, brought out her scale; on one side was the mummy’s heart, and on the other was the Feather of Truth. Anubis, the god of the underworld, made the final judgement, and Thoth, the scribe god, recorded it all. If the heart balanced the feather, the soul of the mummy was granted immortality. If the heart was heavier than the feather (if the sins outweighed the virtues), the soul was doomed to a horrible fate. The heart was thrown to a monster called Ammit, or Devourer of the Dead.
- From “The Space Born” Manly P. Hall
Would you storm my Mystery and
Seek to find
That which is behind my veil-
Then senseless, being-less, creation-less
Thou must become
The thundering Silence
Is my voice
Stillness is the herald
Of my way appointed;
Being-less, I am present most
When most away
Not being is my name-
By no other will I be known.
Limitless, I know no limitation
Save those passing forms
Which dwell within the Aura of my Majesty
While I permit.
Seek to find
LOVE IS THE SECRET OF LIFE
LOVE, WITH WISDOM, IS THE SECRET OF LIFE.
THE TORCH OF LIFE IS FED BY THE OIL OF LOVE.
LOVE IS THE OIL OF LIFE.
THE TORCH OF LOVE IS THE SECRET OF THE SOUL.
"Take YOUR life into YOUR hands..
Dont let the matrix control you, control the matrix.
Your body, mind, and world around you operate the way that it has been programmed to.
Do the programming, or be programmed.
Do you think you are the only consciousness which inhabits your body and…
ओं Om (Aum)
Aum in the Mandukya Upanishad
Text via: Wiki ”There are three mātrās (“letters”, syllabic instants in prosody) in the word aum : ‘a’, ‘u’ and ‘m’. The ‘a’ stands for the state of wakefulness, where we experience externally through our mind and sense organs. The ‘u’ stands for the dream state, in which inward experiences are available. In the state of deep sleep, represented by the sound ‘m’, there is no desire and consciousness is gathered in upon itself.
But there is a fourth, transcendent state, which is “neither inward-turned nor outward-turned consciousness, nor the two together; not an indifferentiated mass of consciousness; neither knowing, nor unknowing; invisible, ineffable, intangible, devoid of characteristics, inconceivable, indefinable, its sole essence being the consciousness of its own Self; the coming to rest of all relative existence; utterly quiet; peaceful; blissful: without a second: this is the Ātman, the Self; this is to be realised.”
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