Monday, 29 June 2015

The End of Antichrist Dogma

Imagine what it would be like if all people on earth could abandon dogma and tradition. There would be no more religious contention, strife, war, or fixed controlling beliefs. Man cannot fix God, because God continuously changes. God is beyond measurement, beyond the measured and relative dimensions of Man, so why should we have a fixed and unchanging belief about God. 

Dogma is fixed and unchanging. It is cold like a rock. It causes hatred, war, stubborness, prejudice, and all wickedness in mankind. its roots are deeply embedded in Man's left-sided thinking. Man's knowledge is less than divine, it will always be less than the right-sided trinity of 777. It will always be 666, unless God intervenes before we destroy ourselves. The antichrist is of the wicked, because he consumes and fixes beliefs on behalf of his own powerful ego. 

The Christ is of the good, because he liberates thinking, so changes can take place, in order to help us reach toward the source, which is symbolically represented by 888. Jesus Christ was a Heretic, who became persecuted with hatred, and then sacrificed, because his new ideas did not conform to the "I KNOW" of those who had severe self-opinion of themselves. 

Think about it!!. Without Change, man becomes stagnant. It will always be a mental conflict! to our left-sided way of thinking.

(-: Y :-)
Gary S.
May 6 1998, 3:00 am
(I am not Gary S)

The Pole Shift Caused an Earthquake That's Causing the Tower to Crumble





"The Magickal Title of this card is The Lord of the Hosts of the Mighty. The path of the Tower is the first reciprocal path encountered by the initiate aspiring upwards on the Tree. It equilibriates between Hod (intellect) and Netzach (emotions), thus it straddles all three Pillars on the Tree. It is "The Victory over Splendor. Venus acting through Mars upon Mercury. Avenging force." This is one of the most difficult paths to undertake on the Tree, because it involves sudden and complete destruction of old "realities." To one undertaking this path, it can be quite an ordeal. Yet the total destruction of the Tower is followed by a rebuilding and restructuring which reveals a portion of the Higher Self and balances the dualities inherent in all humans the conflict between mind (Hod) and emotions (Netzach). The balancing of intellect. an desire is the crucial task that the student must complete on the 27th path. The Tower symbolizes the beliefs which each person has built up through life since childhood those beliefs that were programmed into the child by parents, teachers, institutions and peers. The Tower is built in this fashion, one brick, one belief at a time and is fortified in adulthood like a tower under siege. The Tower is protected by the Ego from attack by other belief systems which disagree with it. Thus it becomes a closed armory, firmly shut against the free flow of expression from the outside as well as from the inside.

The Tower is struck by the lightning flash, which represents sudden illumination or realization. Thus the old "realities" are changed forever ... destroyed for all intents and purposes. The Lightning Bolt is Mars, for it is the force of Geburah in action, blasting away outmoded beliefs. (The process of inner growth is not pleasant, and must be painful at times.)

The crown at the top of the Tower is Kether, the head of the old belief system which is sheared off. The crown itself can also be seen as a phallic symbol alluding to the sexual energy of Netzach which is encountered on this path. The Dukes of Edom who fall from the Tower are the Lords of Chaos; imperfect forms which are sent back into the nothingness from whence they came. The Tower itself is of Eastern design because it alludes to the story of the Tower of Babel (the limitations of language and the confusions which arise from it).

The mouth at the bottom of the card refers to the Hebrew letter Peh, meaning literally mouth" which is the vehicle of language as well as vibration. It is the vibration of Geburah which tears the Tower apart.

The background of the card is mainly red, the color of the path of Peh, and the Trees of Light and of Darkness are depicted in the flashing martial colors of red and green.


[source: Golden Dawn Tarot, I think. I don't discriminate, when its good its good. But don't take it as an endorsement of the Golden Dawn]


A Hermetic Pole Shift



Lets suppose the pole shift does occur. But using the Hermetic art, instead of it being physical earth, it is instead a transmutation effect on the brain, i.e. a shift of consciousness from the left-side of the brain (Northern hemisphere), to the right-side of the brain (Southern hemisphere).

Wow we then have a mental earthquake, (a conflict of reasoning) . All our exact scientific theories and logical reasoning gets blown apart. Our whole world falls apart around us. No material rocks (measurable foundations), or great mountains (egos) to hide behind. Only we see the eternity of it all.


Scarry huh!. Atlantis rising from the grave


(-:Y:-)

Gary S
May 4 1998
(I'm not Gary)

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Michael Maier - Atalanta Fugiens [1617]


"Michael Maier (1568–1622) was a German physician and counsellor to Rudolf II Habsburg, a learned alchemist, epigramist and amateur composer.[1]

Around 1599 he became interested in alchemy and attempted to create an alchemical concordance, synthesizing the works of different authors.[1] In 1608 he went to Prague, and on 19 September 1609 he formally entered the service of Rudolf II as his physician and imperial counsellor. Ten days later, Rudolf raised him to the hereditary nobility and gave him the title of imperial count palatine.[1] Around this time, Maier published an extremely limited print run of De Medicina Regia et vere Heroica, Coelidonia (1609), including in it his autobiography.

His Atalanta Fugiens, an alchemical emblem book, was published in 1617. Alongside images, poems, and discussion, it included fifty pieces of music in the form of fugues, the form itself being a pun on Atalanta "fleeing". In 1619 Maier became the physician of Landgrave Moritz of Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel). In 1620 he moved to Magdeburg to practice medicine, where he died at the age of 54, leaving a noteworthy quantity of unpublished works.

A devout Lutheran all his life, Michael Maier had a strong influence on Sir Isaac Newton. He was also involved in the Rosicrucian movement that appeared around this time, which afforded part of the matter of his Themis aurea.[2]

Atalanta Fugiens (Atalanta in flight) is an emblem book by Michael Maier (1568-1622), published by Johann Theodor de Bry in Oppenheim in 1617 (2nd edition 1618). It consists of 50 discourses with illustrations by Matthias Merian, each of which is accompanied by an epigrammatic verse, prose and a musical fugue. It may therefore be considered an early example of multimedia."

- wikipedia
[Emblems after the jump...]


Monday, 15 June 2015

Al-Muʿtazilah (early Islamic theology based on reason and rational thought)


Mu`tazila (Arabic: المعتزلة‎ al-muʿtazilah) is a school of Islamic theology based on reason and rational thought[1] that flourished in the cities of Basra and Baghdad, both in present-day Iraq, during the 8th–10th centuries. The adherents of the Mu`tazili school are best known for their denying the status of the Qur'an as uncreated and co-eternal with God.[2] From this premise, the Mu`tazili school of Kalam proceeded to posit that the injunctions of God are accessible to rational thought and inquiry: because knowledge is derived from reason, reason is the "final arbiter" in distinguishing right from wrong.[3] It follows, in Mu`tazili reasoning, that "sacred precedent" is not an effective means of determining what is just, as what is obligatory in religion is only obligatory "by virtue of reason."[3]

The movement emerged in the Umayyad Era, and reached its height in the Abbasid period. After the 10th century, movement declined and lost any influence it had held. It is viewed as heretical by many scholars in modern mainstream Islamic theology for its tendency to deny the Qur'an being eternal, and to allow for the possibility of free will and thus opposing the strict determinism of mainstream thought. In contemporary jihadism, supposed allegations of being a mu`tazili have been used between rivalling group as a means of denouncing their credibility.[4]

The name muʿtazili is derived from the reflexive stem VIII (iftaʿala) of the triconsonantal root ع-ز-ل "separate, segregate" (as in اعتزل iʿtazala "to separate (oneself); to withdraw from".[5]

The name is derived from the founder's "withdrawal" from the study circle of Hasan of Basra over a theological disagreement: Wāṣil ibn ʿAṭā' asked about the legal state of a sinner: is a person who has committed a serious sin a believer or an unbeliever? Hasan answered they remain a Muslim. Wasil dissented, suggesting that a sinner was neither a believer nor an unbeliever, and withdrew from the study circle. Others followed to form a new circle, including ʿAmr ibn ʿUbayd. Hasan's remark, "Wāṣil has withdrawn from us", is said to be the origin of the movement's name.[6][7]

The group later referred to themselves as Ahl al-Tawḥīd wa l-ʿAḍl (اهل العدل و التوحيد, "people of unity and justice",[citation needed] and the name muʿtazili was in origin used by their adversaries.

The verb i'tizal is also used to designate a neutral party in a dispute (as in "withdrawing" from a dispute between two factions). According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, "The name [Mutazilah] first appears in early Islāmic history in the dispute over ʿAlī's leadership of the Muslim community after the murder of the third caliph, ʿUthmān (656). Those who would neither condemn nor sanction ʿAlī or his opponents but took a middle position were termed the Muʿtazilah." Nallino (1916) argued that the theological Mu'tazilism of Wasil and his successors was merely a continuation of this initial political Mu'tazilism.[8]

Mu'tazili theology originated in the 8th century in Basra (Iraq) when Wāṣil ibn ʿAṭā' (d. 131 AH/748 AD) left the teaching lessons of Hasan of Basra after a theological dispute regarding the issue of al-Manzilah bayna al-Manzilatayn (a position between two positions); thus he, and his followers, including ʿAmr ibn ʿUbayd (d. 144 AH/ 761 AD), were labelled Mu'tazili. Hasan's remark, "Wāṣil has withdrawn from us", is said to be the origin of the movement's name.[6]

Though Mu'tazilis later relied on logic and different aspects of early Islamic philosophy, ancient Greek philosophy, and Hellenistic philosophy, the truths of Islam were their starting point and ultimate reference.[9] The accusations leveled against them by rival schools of theology that they gave absolute authority to extra-Islamic paradigms reflect more the fierce polemics between various schools of theology than any objective reality. For instance, Mu'tazilis adopted unanimously the doctrine of creation ex nihilo, contrary to certain Muslim philosophers who, with the exception of al-Kindi, believed in the eternity of the world in some form or another.[10] It was usually Muslim philosophers, not the Muslim theologians generally speaking, who took Greek and Hellenistic philosophy as a starting point and master conceptual framework for analyzing and investigating reality.

This school of thought emerged as a reaction to political tyranny; it brought answers to political questions, or questions raised by current political circumstances. The philosophical and metaphysical elements, and influence of the Greek philosophy were added afterward during the Abbasid Caliphate. The founders of the Abbasid dynasty strategically supported this school to bring political revolution against Umayyad Caliphate. Once their authority established, they also turned against this school of thought
-wikipedia

The House of Wisdom


The House of Wisdom (Arabic: بيت الحكمة‎; Bayt al-Hikma) was a major intellectual center during the Islamic Golden Age. The House of Wisdom was founded by Caliph Harun al-Rashid (reigned 786–809) and culminated under his son al-Ma'mun (reigned 813–833) who is credited with its formal institution. Al-Ma'mun is also credited with bringing many well-known scholars to share information, ideas, and culture in the House of Wisdom. Based in Baghdad from the 9th to 13th centuries, many learned scholars including those of Jewish or Christian background[1] were part of this research and educational institute. Besides translating books into Arabic and preserving them, scholars associated with the House of Wisdom also made many remarkable original contributions to diverse fields.[2][3]

During the reign of al-Ma'mun, astronomical observatories were set up, and the House was an unrivaled center for the study of humanities and for science in medieval Islam, including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, alchemy and chemistry, zoology, and geography and cartography. Drawing on Greek, Indian and Persian texts, the scholars accumulated a great collection of world knowledge, and built on it through their own discoveries. By the middle of the ninth century, the House of Wisdom was the largest repository of books in the world.[3]

It was destroyed in the sack of the city following the Mongol Siege of Baghdad (1258).

The preservation and development of human knowledge was a cherished tradition of the Eastern Muslim and Persian Zoroastrians.[4] During the 4th through the 7th centuries, scholarly work in the Greek and Syriac languages was either newly initiated, or carried on from the Hellenistic period. Centers of learning and of transmission of classical wisdom included colleges such as the School of Nisibis and later the School of Edessa, and the renowned hospital and medical academy of Jundishapur; libraries included the Library of Alexandria and the Imperial Library of Constantinople; and other centers of translation and learning functioned at Merv, Salonika, Nishapur and Ctesiphon situated just south of what was later to become Baghdad.[5][6]
-wikipedia

The Brethren of Purity (also The Brethren of Sincerity)




The Brethren of Purity (Arabic: اخوان‌الصفا‎ ikhwãn al-safã; also The Brethren of Sincerity) were a secret society[1] of Muslim philosophers in Basra, Iraq, in the 8th century CE.

The structure of this mysterious organization and the identities of its members have never been clear.[2][3] Their esoteric teachings and philosophy are expounded in an epistolary style in the Encyclopedia of the Brethren of Purity (Rasa'il Ikhwan al-safa'), a giant compendium of 52 epistles that would greatly influence later encyclopedias. A good deal of Muslim and Western scholarship has been spent on just pinning down the identities of the Brethren and the century in which they were active.

The Arabic phrase Ikhwan al-Safa (short for, among many possible transcriptions, Ikhwān aṣ-Ṣafāʾ wa Khullān al-Wafā wa Ahl al-Ḥamd wa abnāʾ al-Majd,[4] meaning "Brethren of Purity, Loyal Friends, People worthy of praise and Sons of Glory") can be translated as either the "Brethren of Purity" or the "Brethren of Sincerity"; various scholars such as Ian Netton prefer "of Purity" because of the group's ascetic impulses towards purity and salvation.

In this Brotherhood, self is forgotten; all act by the help of each, all rely upon each for succour and advice, and if a Brother sees it will be good for another that he should sacrifice his life for him, he willingly gives it.[5]

The Brethren regularly met on a fixed schedule. The meetings apparently took place on three evenings of each month: once near the beginning, in which speeches were given, another towards the middle, apparently concerning astronomy and astrology, and the third between the end of the month and the 25th of that month; during the third one, they recited hymns with philosophical content.[6] During their meetings and possibly also during the three feasts they held, on the dates of the sun's entry into the Zodiac signs "Ram, Cancer, and Balance"), besides the usual lectures and discussions, they would engage in some manner of liturgy reminiscent of the Harranians.[7]

-wikipedia

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Revelations and the Perfect Fifth.



There are two references to the 144,000 in the Book of Revelations. These "chosen" are the 12 legions mentioned in the Gospel of Mark, 12 000 per legion, 12 legions, 144,000. The references in Revelation are at the beginning of chapters 7 and 14. 7 x 2 = 14. 72 x 2 = 144. Or, 2/5s the circumference of a circle (72, 144, 216, 288, 360/0). This 3:2 ratio is known as the Perfect Fifth:

"In music theory, a perfect fifth is the musical interval corresponding to a pair of pitches with a frequency ratio of 3:2, or very nearly so. The perfect fifth may be derived from the harmonic series as the interval between the second and third harmonics"


Rev 7:2-4 He called out in a loud voice to the four angels who had been given power to harm the land and the sea: “Do not harm the land or the sea or the trees until we put a seal on the foreheads of the servants of our God.” Then I heard the number of those who were sealed: 144,000 from all the tribes of Israel.


Rev 14:1-3 Then I looked, and there before me was the Lamb, standing on Mount Zion, and with him 144,000 who had his name and his Father’s name written on their foreheads. And I heard a sound from heaven like the roar of rushing waters and like a loud peal of thunder. The sound I heard was like that of harpists playing their harps. And they sang a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and the elders. No one could learn the song except the 144,000 who had been redeemed from the earth.


So as you can see, there's a "call back" to both the 144,000 AND the 4 angels. 7/14(7x2)/144(72x2). This is not an accident or coincidence.


I say on an encoded level its about perfect fifths and harmonics, and IN THE TEXT it's saying " The sound I heard was like that of harpists playing their harps. And they sang a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and the elders "

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