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atmagaialove:

This is the Hall of Wisdom. No one can reveal it, no one can hide it. Like a flower it must grow and bloom in the Soul. If thou wouldst plant the seed of this flower in thy soul—-learn to discern the real from the false. Listen only to the Voice that is soundless… Look only on that which is invisible, and remember that in thee thyself, is the Temple and the gate to it, and the mysteries, and the initiation.
P.D. Ouspensky

atmagaialove:

This is the Hall of Wisdom. No one can reveal it, no one can hide it. Like a flower it must grow and bloom in the Soul. If thou wouldst plant the seed of this flower in thy soul—-learn to discern the real from the false. Listen only to the Voice that is soundless… Look only on that which is invisible, and remember that in thee thyself, is the Temple and the gate to it, and the mysteries, and the initiation.

P.D. Ouspensky

"Cabalists must ever consider that the physical, sensorial world is an inverted symbolical projection of reality. The earth and waters, the vegetation, the fish and fowl, the animals and man, all these must be decoded so as to reveal what they actually stand for as structured living energy in multi-term analogical series."
Carlo Suarès, The Cipher of Genesis; Using the Qabalistic Code to Interpret the First Book of the Bible 
"The Law of Three Creates
The Law of Seven Organizes

The Law of Three emerges from the One Law, the Law of the Creator Logos. The Law of the Common Cosmic Eternal Father.

The Third Law is the Holy Conciliation, or Neutral Force.
It is necessary to learn how to drive that force when we want to neutralize dangerous influences.

The First and Second Laws (Positive & Negative) are marvelous… They unite in order to create…
However it is the Third Law that conciliates them, in order for creation to occur.

The Holy Triamatzikamno (Law of Three) never remains bottled within the worlds.

It can create… and it always creates.

"
Samael Aun Weor

One of the roles of Anubis was as the “Guardian of the Scales.” The critical scene depicting the weighing of the heart, in the Book of the Dead, shows Anubis performing a measurement that determined whether the person was worthy of entering the realm of the dead (the underworld, known as Duat). By weighing the heart of a deceased person against Ma’at (or “truth”), who was often represented as an ostrich feather, Anubis dictated the fate of souls. Souls heavier than a feather would be devoured by Ammit, but souls lighter than a feather would ascend to a heavenly existence.

One of the roles of Anubis was as the “Guardian of the Scales. The critical scene depicting the weighing of the heart, in the Book of the Dead, shows Anubis performing a measurement that determined whether the person was worthy of entering the realm of the dead (the underworld, known as Duat). By weighing the heart of a deceased person against Ma’at (or “truth”), who was often represented as an ostrich feather, Anubis dictated the fate of souls. Souls heavier than a feather would be devoured by Ammit, but souls lighter than a feather would ascend to a heavenly existence.

(Source: memento-mori-inaeternum, via mylittleillumination)

      Rael to Pope Francis: No need to baptize aliens, they're the gods of the Bible.

What an interesting time to be alive.

(It should also be noted that “Elohim” is not only a plural word, but also androgynous… masculine AND feminine)

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"But here’s what Yahweh had to say about the Vatican," she said: ‘These men, who are only men, indulge themselves in wealth and luxury at the Vatican when the Gospels tell them to possess neither gold nor silver, nor even a spare coat. How dare they? And how dare the Church burden people with their so-called sins, which are only different concepts of morality and lifestyles; how dare they speak of goodness while living in opulence at the Vatican when people are dying of hunger; how dare they seek invitations and honors while preaching humility; how dare they ask people to call them ‘Father,’ ‘Your Eminence,’ or ‘Your Holiness’ when their Gospels expressly forbid all these things. If tomorrow the pope took to the road as a pauper, the church would be revived, but it would have a totally different humanitarian goal. The Church could reorient itself toward goodness by helping those who are unhappy and by helping to spread the actual truth of these writings, which until now have been distorted or kept secret.’

serescosmicos:

"The man who understands a symbol not only opens himself to the objective world, but at the same time suceeds in emerging from his personal situation and reaching a comprehension of the universal.  Thanks to the symbol, the individual experience is awoken and transmuted into a spiritual act."                     Mircea Eliade 

serescosmicos:

"The man who understands a symbol not only opens himself to the objective world, but at the same time suceeds in emerging from his personal situation and reaching a comprehension of the universal.  Thanks to the symbol, the individual experience is awoken and transmuted into a spiritual act."                     Mircea Eliade 

(via sex-death-rebirth)

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx
1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)
2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)
3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)
4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)
5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)
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fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx
1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)
2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)
3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)
4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)
5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)
ZoomInfo
fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx
1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)
2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)
3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)
4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)
5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)
ZoomInfo
fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx
1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)
2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)
3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)
4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)
5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)
ZoomInfo
fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx
1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)
2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)
3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)
4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)
5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)
ZoomInfo

fer1972:

Today’s Classic: Oedipus and the Sphinx

1. By François Émile Ehrmann (1903)

2. By Francois Xavier Fabre (1808)

3. By Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1864)

4. By William-Adolphe Boguereau (1888)

5. By Gustave Moreau (1864)

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