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There may be a billion Suns and Moons as there are Fathers and Mothers, but where do the plants look to in embrace? What do the Waters dance to?

That’s more like it, WordPress.

It is known among the alchemists that avai-liable books on alchemy contain both poison and gold. If the Greeks or other groups of people ignored The Hermetica because of an introductory poison and insult to their language, mode of thinking, and ultimately Being; then they are at loss.

Let us look at the notion of ‘insatiable love’ felt by the Mother for beings that emerged from her and still continue to immerse themselves unknowingly or unknowingly in Her and Him, a fusion of form and energy much like everything else in Creation. Did your reality models permute something else? Wave II material experts, and other scholars of alien expertise, might be able to cite many scriptural sources that conform to this idea. Even our biologists and physicists will agree (i was going to concur like a man on a tharooring spree) with the idea when translated into their models. We’re atoms made up of stars and revolving-rotating/spinning fans alright; we’re meat-bags, blood-bags, and organ-banks made up of the the same source material; we’re photons and quarks too condensed into measurable nanogrambondakvaskombuchas by The Big BossON-UP-UP+H.K.

What the hell is wrong with you? More like: What is the difference between the Sacred and the Profane? Mircea Eliade ‘students’, please answer. Or think it out on your own as an exercise and maybe write it down (to study a week later to measure Mentat progress)?

Pardon the lyrics, but the LSD Controller rests there with his Poo-Traps and Honeypots

Kompot! Kompot! Consciousness-Expansion Kompot! Kompot!

Why did you change the recipe, Cinderellas? Oh, Academy of Sciences and the Albino Alligator with the love scar! I tried to get the Alligator laid, but the Science lady came up with the story about the missing one-of-the-foot-five-elements{Alligator kind).

Dayum, Claude Van Dayum… are you still alive? you were lethargic as-fuck in that glass cage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_(alligator)

You don’t know about White-guilt until you meet this guy

[StoryTeller Quest: Investigate Claude’s life story. Dayum it feels good to be gangstaAAAAAAAAAAa… “For Science”, “For Science”, a white clad cult appears]

one made-a-lotta-bucks gangsta narrative

Sacred and Profane? is there a difference? where does one draw the boundary? In time: sacred hours? In location: in a church, temple or mosque? In Ether-O-pia or ShamBion?

Yo wave 1 participant who like the lyrics to this song (5 something years ago?). Are you still around? we need a good subtitle-site of poets (gender neutral|gender dual-polarized sense, using the word ‘sense’ in flawed and least=flawed model) [essess…excess]

who is teaching whom, reverend deadbeats? Nature teaching itself? or you teaching me what your natural response translates to in psychic beams of entanglement-by-thought. It isn’t like Hotel California… you can leave the flow and be your own storyteller [that’s the WORD I was given] or whatever you can imagine and be yourself to be. The first Bee is a concept stitched through Time under various energetic (or old school-cool:alchemical) configurations.

Agents morph into ideas and invade your space

[Investigate that Fire-Thought start-up for Pirrrato Network. Investigate offices in the same building for Bonus Pirrrato Network Information]

[Investigate the Chicken-Sacrifice-BlackMagician [switch card|Death<wave 2>] + Investigate the Execs] < Narrative Quest [declined by Player 1 *yawn* *yawn* *yawn*]

Make no mistake, I’m a Pirate too. Want to download some good books?

Getting back to the Dendera Zodiac, there are several authoritative books on Egyptology each with its fill of poison and veins of AurumTharooram/Gold.

[Fun Quest: Investigate the ChungakullamShed-famous bodybuilder who made fun of my Slipknot T-shirt ** Peechi Poo Points **]

Gerald Massey is to Egyptology-without-a-TROLOLBulge what Eliade is to Comparative-Religion.

In https://www.google.co.in/books/edition/Ancient_Egypt_Light_Of_The_World_Volume/I80yAgAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=egypt+gerald+massey&pg=PT2&printsec=frontcover search for ‘Virgo’ and ‘Zodiac’.

Let me very very cautious in saying that one should go to library genesis and search for Gerald Massey (he died in 29 October 1907 and therefore all his work is technically non-copyright protected/ that said, Database is Read+Write) and access his information, buying the book if the publisher isn’t a DC Books SalesGuy. Vatican should contribute contents from the Archive to archive.org or library genesis… ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

The reed-peak also answers to the Kamite field of reeds upon the summit of Mount Hetep and the Japanese “mid-land of the reed-expanse.” The papyrus-reed or lotus-flower is a cradle or ark in which the Child-Horus was uplifted from the water of the Nun and saved from drowning.

In the Norse mythos the ash-tree is called “the Refuge of Thor,” because it caught and saved the young god when he was being swept away by the overflowing waters of the river Vimur. This is the same typical tree as in the Ritual, where it is the mainstay of the Osiris, who is well-nigh drowned by the deluge of the inundation, but who escapes by laying hold of the tree.

The Jesus-legend is Egyptian, but it was at first without the dogma of historic personality. We have now to follow it in the circuit of precession, where it might be traced back to a beginning with the sign of Virgo. But for the present purpose, the birthplace of the virgin’s child was in the sign of Leo when the vernal equinox was resting in the lion constellation.The Messu, or the Messianic prince of peace, was born into the world at Memphis in the cult of Ptah as the Egyptian Jesus, with the title of Iu-em-hetep, he who comes with peace or plenty and good fortune as the type of an eternal youth.

Are archetypes shuffling in your external world or your internal?

The birthplace of the Inundation and the Grapes was figured in or near the sign of Virgo or the Virgin, the mother of the child who brought the new life to the land in water as Ichthus the fish and in food as Horus on his papyrus. But Horus the traveller of eternity has to be tracked and followed in the movement of Precession. And thus the new beginning for the present quest is in the sign of Leo.

This is something that even Campbell missed; not that we can GOTTA-CATCH-EM-All-PoochieMon

This is the tree still represented by the female vine-dresser and the male grape-gatherer in the Decans of Virgo (Higgins, W. H., Arabic Names of the Stars). Orion rose up when the grapes were ripe to represent the Deliverer, who was coming “full of wine.” The goblet or “mixing-bowl” in which the drink was brewed to hugely celebrate the Uaka-festival of the Inundation is constellated in the sign of “Krater.” The ancient enemy of man, the evil dragon of Drought, is imaged in the form of “Hydra,” waiting to devour the Virgin’s child the moment it is born

Can you believe that this is a Hydra/Octopus production? Akira… The Octopus’ heads are too afraid to show itself [Cowards and their Secrecy]

The Dipper is in the shape of a thigh (wind-mill of Time)

The lake we identify with “the lake of the thigh,” or the meskhen of the water-cow.

What’s an Inari? Oh, sorry Butoh dance party; you were a simulation of quasimodos, if you’re wondering why I participated.

I’m not saying Mr. Massey cites all his sources (so one can verify) or knew exactly what was going on; wasn’t he associated with Freemasonry or am I mixing him up with someone else? (Burgyone? ehhhhh-okayishish), But this:

The legend of Atlantis re-told by Plato in Timæus was Egyptian, and no doubt with the legend came the name of lost Atlantis, transliterated through the Greek. As Egyptian, the word atr=atl has several meanings in relation to water. Atru is the water, the water-flood, the water-boundary, limit, measure, frontier, embankment. Egyptian in the early stages had no sign of l. But by substitution of the later letter l for r the word atr becomes atl, the root of such names as Atlantis and Atlantic.

To be very honest with you, I give 0-dried-poos about Atlantis… isn’t this world filled with inexhaustible mystery, beauty, and complexity; to fawn over a place that could be but is nowhere to be found is Imagination Land. If you care, and you’re happy about it, please enlighten me from my ignorance.

The manes on entering the other life thus addresses the sailors of the solar bark, “O ye seamen of Ra, at the gloaming of day let me live after death, day by day, as doth Ra.” That is by means of the boat which keeps the sun or the soul of the deceased afloat upon the drowning element

You’re dirty minded…

Many errors, yes… but purification is in perception, ultimately. Aur and Beer.

In the same chapter Osiris has superseded Sut as lord of the flood. Further, the two divine sisters Isis and Nephthys were imaged as two birds. The ark of Nnu described in the Ritual is conducted over the Nun by two birds which represent the two sister-goddesses Isis and Nephthys. It is said to these in relation to the inundation, “Ye two divine hawks upon your gables, who are giving attentive heed to the matter, ye who conduct the ship of Ra, advancing onwards from the highest place of the ark in heaven.” It is also said to Osiris, “Thy two sisters Isis and Nephthys come to thee, and they convey to thee the great extent (of the waters) in thy name of the great extender as lord of the flood (Teta, 274).”

Legs…

The leg of Nut, which the deluge devastated, was a very early type of the celestial pole, as the bulwark, prop, or mainstay against the waters of the firmament. In one phase the ark of Nnu is the ark of the Nun as the celestial water. It is depicted in chapter 44 crossing the water of Putrata, the lake of darkness, and cutting its way through the coils of the Apap-dragon.

What a strange video… I’ve seen herding dogs up in Triund. They can be very mean-Hitlatorial to the poor sheep (pl. corr. after 2nd read)

Let’s do this again without the Usurper’s video:

From Eliade’s must-read book (along with the books on Shamanism and Yoga) [All available at the TIbetan Refugee Library]

ALL the definitions given up till now of the religious pheno­menon have one thing in common: each has its own way of showing that the sacred and the religious life are the opposite of the profane and the secular life. But as soon as you start to fix limits to the notion of the sacred you come upon difficulties­, difficulties both theoretical and practical. For, before you attempt any definition of the phenomenon of religion, you must know where to look for the evidence, and, first and foremost, for those expressions of religion that can be seen in the ” pure state “-that is, those which are ” simple ” and as close as possible to their origins.

Close to their essence or close to the Truth known to the heart.

Then, too, assembling one’s material presents certain important practical difficulties. Even if one were satisfied with studying only one religion, a lifetime would scarcely be long enough to complete the research, while, if one proposed to compare religions, several lifetimes would not suffice to attain the end in view.

We have to deal with a vast and ill­-assorted mass of material, with a Melanesian cosmogony myth or Brahman sacrifice having as much right to our consideration as the mystical writings of a St. Teresa or a Nichiren, an Australian totem, a primitive initiation rite, the symbolism of the Borobudur temple, the ceremonial costumes and dances of a Siberian shaman, the sacred stones to be found in so many places, agricultural ceremonies, the myths and rites of the Great Goddesses, the enthroning of an ancient king or the superstitions attaching to precious stones. Each must be considered as a hierophany in as much as it expresses in some way some modality of the sacred and some moment in its history; that is to say, some one of the many kinds of experience of the sacred man has had.

I can UP+UP+DOWN whenever and however long I want; you have a lot of reading material from ancient and new sources.

—————————————————————————————————————- The Day Wall

Encore, if required:

They refused to play Demon of the Fall, though they heard me

To return to where we began, each category of evidence (myths, rites, gods, superstitions, and so on) is really equally important to us if we are to understand the religious pheno­menon. And this understanding will always come about in relation to history. Every hierophany we look at is also an historical fact. Every manifestation of the sacred takes place in some historical situation. Even the most personal and transcendent mystical experiences are affected by the age in which they occur.

– Eliade

To state the case in brief, water symbolizes the whole of potentiality; it is fons et origo, the source of all possible existence. “Water, thou art the source of all things and of all existence ! ” says one Indian text, 1 summing up the long Vedic tradition. Waters are the foundations of the whole world; 2 they are the essence of plant life, 3 the elixir of im­mortality4 like the amrta ;5 they ensure long life and creative energy, they are the principle of all healing, and so on. 8 “May the waters bring us well-being ! ” the Vedic priest used to pray? “The waters are indeed healers; the waters drive away and cure all illnesses ! “8

– Eliade

According to the Polynesian myth, in the beginning there existed only the primordial waters, plunged in cosmic darkness, From ” within the breathing-space of immensity “, Io, the supreme god, expressed the desire to emerge from his repose. Immediately, light appeared. Then he went on : ” Ye waters of Tai-Kama, be ye separate. Heavens, be formed!” And thus, through Io’s cosmogonic words, the world came into existence.

To the primitive mind, time is not homogeneous. Even apart from the possibility of its being “hierophanized “, time as such appears under different forms, varying in intensity and purpose. Levy-Bruhl, following Hardeland, counted five distinct sorts of time believed by the Dyaks to vary, each by its special quality, the pattern of a single day-in this case a Sunday: (1) Sunrise, favourable for the beginning of any work. Children born at this moment are lucky; but one must never choose this time to set off for hunting, fishing or travelling. One would meet with no success ; (2) About nine in the morning : an unlucky moment ; nothing begun then will succeed, but if one sets out on the road one need not fear bandits ; (3) Midday: a very lucky time; ( 4) Three in the afternoon: a time of battle, lucky for enemies, bandits, huntsmen and fishermen, unlucky for travellers ; (5) About sunset : a shorter ” lucky time “.1

AND_

Various authors have lately pointed out the social origins of the rhythms of sacred time (for instance Mauss and Granet) ; but it cannot be denied that the rhythms of the cosmos also played a leading role in the ” revelation ” and ordering of these systems of reckoning. We have only to recall how very important were the religious values placed upon the course of the moon (§ 47 ff.) or the stages of plant life (§ 139) in the spiritual fate of primitive man. The idea of rhythm and of repetition to which we shall have occasion to return during the course of this chapter, may be considered as having been ” revealed ” by the hierophanies of the moon quite independent of later exemplifications of rhythm and repetition in the framework of social life as such. It has been said that the social ” origin ” of the reckoning of sacred time is borne out by the discrepancies between religious calendars and the rhythms of nature.

that this seeming discrepancy exists for a reason… you’re saying that the Gods are missing the beats and the rhythm?

Been there, Done that… DUDE

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