THE INITIATION – PART 1
We live in a time like no other. A time when we can visually see the transformation of prophecy from the Bible to reality.
To understand the future, one must decipher the past and look into the moment we are now living in. How does it all fit together. A puzzle is picture cut into pieces and split apart only to assemble back with a renewed sense of ‘light’ about it. Herein lies the puzzle of the New World Order and the Age of Aquarius.
How do the New World Order, the Age of Aquarius and Freemasonry tie in together? How does the Kundalini come into this as well?
New Age beliefs about Hunab Ku derive from the work of Mexican anthropologist Domingo Martinez Paredez (1904-1984). Martinez interpreted Hunab Ku as evidence for Maya monotheism and suggested that it was represented by the symbols of a square within a circle within a square, the square representing measurement and the circle representing motion. Martinez related Hunab Ku to concepts and symbols in Freemasonry, particularly the idea of a Great Architect of the Universe and the Masonic square and compass.
It was also Marinez who first associated Hunab Ku with the expression “In Lak’ech,” which translates as “You are my other I”. Martinez’ ideas were popularized by Hunbatz Men (a pseudonym for Cesar Men Toto) and Jose Arguelles, and it is the latter who modified the symbol of Hunab Ku to look more like a circular motif evoking a yin and yang symbol as well as a spiral galaxy. (1)
When you research into the Freemasonry, you can’t help but come across “The Initiation” process.
Upon initiation into the Freemason Secret Society, one is given a copy of the Kabbalah.
Kabbalah: The sacred books of black magic of Orthodox Judaism which form a large part of the basis of the western secret societies, from Rosicrucianism to Freemasonry and the OTO. Kabbalism is itself derived from the sorcery of ancient Babylon and…Pharaoic Egypt.
Albert Pike maintained that, “Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion; and its teachings are instruction in religion.” Pike also asserted that the true meanings of the mysterious and arcane symbols of Freemasonry are found in the occult philosophy of the Jewish Cabala, that Freemasonry owes all its secrets to the Cabala, and that Freemasonry is a religion based on the Cabala.
Learn more about the Kabbalah:
_______THE AIR OF AQUARIUS_______
Aquarius is an air sign and the New Age is already noted for remarkable inventions for the use of air, electricity, magnetism, etc. – I must remind the reader who is the (g)od of the air? Satan.
Have you noticed a change in the world? A direction in the air? It has revealed many strange things from spirals in the skies, to unidentified objects which seem to appear and disappear.
“In the Aquarian Age will be brought about a synthesis of all religions into One World Religion. There will be a synthesis of eastern and western traditions. This is happening now and is obviously part of the “dharma” for Tibet and her religion – to be invaded by the Chinese, yet subsequently scatter the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism to the four corners of the globe.
What will it mean for humanity as it enters this “golden age” ? Several major themes loom large : The idea of the universal brotherhood of humanity. Increasing scientific knowledge of the etheric body. Scientific and technological developments that will assist human evolution. The grounding of the “plan”, i.e. the expression of “Love Wisdom” on the physical plane. The externalisation of the Masters of Wisdom. Group initiation. One world government, religion, education and currency.
The Seven Rays originate in the seven stars of the Great Bear constellation, and are representative of the energies of seven solar systems, of which ours is one.
As the energy of the seven rays stream forth from the Great Bear constellation (Ursa Major), they interact with the “seven stars” of the Pleiades ( “seven sisters” or “wives” of the Rishis), the seven stars of the “Little Bear” constellation (Ursa Minor), and the Star Sirius.” -Helena Blavatsky
In the Mayan religion, the serpent symbolically represents the seven powers of light, energies distributed throughout the body as a gift of the Giver of Movement and Measure, Hunab K’u (the Creator).
The seven powers combined and awakened form a circuit of energy focused through the crown of the head to join in the Dance and Flow of energies of the Creator.
Notice how the Mayans and Theosophy seem to go hand in hand!
_______THE AQUARIUS KEY-SEVEN RAYS_______
What are these ‘seven powers’?
The seven rays is an occult concept that has appeared in several religions and esoteric philosophies, since at least the 6th century BCE, of the Aryan peoples in both Western culture and in India. In the west, it can be seen in early western mystery traditions such as Gnosticism and the Roman Mithraic Mysteries; and in texts and iconic art of the Catholic Church as early as the Byzantine era. In India, the concept has been part of Hindu religious philosophy and scripture since at least the Vishnu Purana, dating from the post-Vedic era.
I think it’s interesting that the Catholic Church art is included in this concept. If you look up this art, you begin to see the original depictions which the Roman Catholic Church give us of Jesus Christ.
Do you question this? I do! And I question the whole Roman Catholic Church and its doctrines.
Om is the sound which the New Ager’s make when their doing their ‘meditation’ or yoga. We must remember that sound comes from the Creator, and from sounds, The Creator, Almighty GOD created everything. So, the essence of sounds are very powerful. When you say something, you have power. This power is utilized by your actions aligned with intention. So, your sending an energy out when you speak. The occult know of the difference in sounds and use them accordingly in their rituals and incantations (magic).
Om is a mantra and mystical Sanskrit sound of Hindu origin sacred and important in various Dharmic religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The syllable is also referred to as omkara or aumkara literally “om syllable”, and in Sanskrit it is sometimes referred to as praṇava, literally “that which is sounded out loudly”.
Mantra’s/Chants/etc..allow portals to open within the mind to allow access to demons. Kundalini allow the same entities to take control and this is why we are witnessing such strange behaviors.
In the pictures of the Byzantine era, I began to wonder where do the halos come from? I’ve always heard people question this, but never got an answer.
A halo (also known as a nimbus, aureole, glory, or gloriole) is a ring of light that surrounds a person in art. They have been used in the iconography of many religions to indicate holy or sacred figures, and have at various periods also been used in images of rulers or heroes.
In the sacred art of Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity, among other religions, sacred persons may be depicted with a halo in the form of a circular glow, or in Asian art flames, around the head, or around the whole body, this last often called a mandorla.
Depictions of Perseus in the act of slaying Medusa, with lines radiating from his head, appearing on a white-ground toiletry box on the Louvre and again on a vase. Then, the next variations are on Lyssa (the personification) of madness; a sphinx, a sea demon, and Thetis, a sea-nymph who was mother to Achilles. Also on a statue of the sun-god Hellos (and/or Apollo) and his crown (copied for the Statue of Liberty).
So, did you understand the commonalities? They were all Greek gods or demons! The most commonly seen depictions are those of the Byzantine era! Strange? So, not only is the Roman Catholic Church literally built upon th grounds that the Greeks had, but these are the same grounds which soaked up blood from many Christian deaths.
Essence of Esoteric
The “NEW ROME” is a term traced back to 330A.D., when the Roman Emperor Constantine I dedicated a “new Rome” on the site of the ancient Greek colony of Byzantine. This is interesting considering where the Vatican resides now! I find this intruging because everything is cyclical. Rome is again in control of the world, and Rome was where the Greeks lived…a culture who worshiped the Atlantis demi-gods. The Vatican is now who rules the world with and iron fist, with the New World Order.
The Annunciation is an oil painting by Early Netherlandish master Jan van Eyck, from around 1434-1436. The picture depicts the Annunciation by the Archangel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she will bear the Son of God. In a prominent element of the complex iconographic work, the Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit descend to her on seven rays of light from the upper window to the left, with the dove symbolising the Holy Spirit following the same path. The seven rays on which the doves descend are unique elements in the painting in that they are of the heavenly realm rather than the earthly realm, with the difference shown by the artist through the use of gold leaf rather than ordinary oil paint. Only the seven rays are so treated, and while all of the other light sources in the painting cast shadows, the seven rays do not.
Some believe that Da Vinci and Van Eyrk were singled out in their style and were unlike anyone else at the time. Trade secrets? Well, I believe it’s more than ‘trade’ secrets.
Nowhere is Van Eyck’s master more on display than in “The Adoration of the Lamb”. The presumed patrons of this painting are the Flemish banker Judocus Vijdt and his wife, who on the panel are depicted as worshiping John the Baptist and John the Evangelist. The “Ghent Altarpiece”, as it is alternatively known, is located in the city’s Saint Bavo’s cathedral. In the 15th century, however, the church’s patron saint was John the Baptist and today, the crypt remains dedicated to John the Baptist. The painting was officially installed in the church on May 6, 1432, which was the feast-day of John the Evangelist. This seemed to straightforwardly remove any esoteric connection to the painting… or did it?
The Italian 16th century art historian Giorgi Vasari described Van Eyck as “an alchemist”, which suggests that he was exposed to non-orthodox material – which is exactly what the then secret societies were all about. This statement, that Van Eyck was an alchemist, was echoed by Karel van Mander in 1604. One group of Freemasons has noted that Van Eyck is also the only painter who, as far as they have been able to trace, actually depicted a working lodge: a sheltered place at the foot of a tower, in a drawing by Van Eyck of Saint Barbara. Saint Barbara was considered by many to be the patron saint of alchemists (though this was of course never officially ratified by the Church!) and she also features on the Ghent Altarpiece.
It’s All Greek to Me
In ancient Greek mythology, Zeus takes the bull-form known as Taurus in order to win Europa. Taurus is also associated with Aphrodite and other goddesses, as well as with Pan and Dionysus. The face of Taurus “gleams with seven rays of fire.”
The work of Carl Jung:
Ray I: Zeus & Hera
Ray II: Apollo & Aphrodite
Ray III: Hermes & Athena
Ray IV: Poseidon & Demeter
Ray V: Hephaestus & Artemis
Ray VI: Ares & Hestia
Ray VII: Hades & Persephone
The Chaldean Oracles of the 2nd century CE feature the seven rays as purifying agents of Helios, symbolism featured in Mithraic liturgy as well. Later, in the 4th century, Emperor Julian Saturnalia composed a Hymn to the Solemn Sun, and in his Hymn to the Mother of the Gods spoke of “unspeakable mysteries hidden from the crowd such as Julian the Chaldean prophesied concerning the god of the seven rays.” In Greek Gnostic magic of the same era, colored gemstones were often used as talismans for medicine or healing; they were often engraved with a symbol borrowed from the Egyptian deity Chnuphis: a hooded serpent or great snake. The snake was shown with a lion’s head, from which emanated either twelve or seven rays. The twelve rays represented the zodiac, and the seven rays represented the planets, usually with the seven Greek vowels engraved at the tips of the seven rays. The reverse sides of the talismans were engraved with a snake twisting around a vertical rod. These were known as “Gnostic amulets” and were sometimes also engraved with the names Iao Sabao (the Archon Iao). Gnostic gems with Abraxas also featured the seven rays.
There has earlier existed another more original Egyptian god called Khnoum from which the Khnoubis has been derived later. One of the main cult centers for Khnoum was the Elephantine island in the Nile – it was also called ‘Abu’. Could this be a form of Anubis?
Abraxas-The word is found in Gnostic texts such as the Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit, and also appears in the Greek Magical Papyri.
The seven letters spelling its name may represent each of the seven classic planets—Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Could this also represent the WATCHERS?
The following is excerpts from various books by Helena Blavatsky, Leadbeater, and Bailey…all esoteric authors of established occult roots:
Syncretism is one of the core principles of Theosophy, a religious philosophy originating with Helena Petrovna Blavatsky from the 1870s, and the seven rays appear repeatedly in the related writings. Theosophy holds that all religions are attempts by the “Spiritual Hierarchy” to help humanity in evolving to greater perfection, and that each religion therefore has a portion of the truth.
Blavatsky wrote in the first book of The Secret Doctrine of an ” analogy between the Aryan or Brahmanical and the Egyptian esotericism” and that the “seven rays of the Chaldean Heptakis or Iao, on the Gnostic stones” represent the seven large stars of the Egyptian “Great Bear” constellation, the seven elemental powers, and the Hindu “seven Rishis.” She stated that the seven rays of the Vedic sun deity Vishnu represent the same concept as the “astral fluid or ‘Light’ of the Kabalists,” and that the seven emanations of the lower seven sephiroth are the “primeval seven rays,” and “will be found and recognized in every religion.”
In the second volume of the Secret Doctrine, Blavatsky discusses the “seven nervous plexuses of the body” and the seven rays they radiate, stating that this principle is found in the Rig Veda, in the mythology of Ahura Mazda, in the beliefs of the Incas, the Chinese Yao, and the Egyptian Osiris, who “when he enters the ark, or solar boat, takes seven Rays with him.” She describes the “seven wise ones” of the Veda as “the seven Rays which fall free from the macrocosmic centre”.
Blavatsky summarizes the syncretistic principle of her doctrine as it relates to the seven rays:
“…a key which reveals to us on indisputable grounds of comparative analogy… the Indian phœnix, the emblem of cyclic and periodical time, the “man-lion” Singha, of whose representations the so-called “gnostic gems” are so full. Over the seven rays of the lion’s crown, and corresponding to their points, stand, in many cases, the seven vowels of the Greek alphabet AEHIOYW, testifying to the Seven Heavens. This is the Solar lion and the emblem of the Solar cycle, as Garuda is that of the great cycle, the “Maha-Kalpa” co-eternal with Vishnu, and also, of course, the emblem of the Sun, and Solar cycle. … As well remarked by C. W. King: — “Whatever the primary meaning (of the gem with the solar lion and vowels) it was probably imported in its present shape from India, that true fountain head of gnostic iconography.” (Gnostics, p. 218)
In the third volume of the Secret Doctrine, published posthumously, Blavatsky described the “Seven Primeval Rays” as a group of celestial beings also known as “Gods” or “Angels” or “Powers”. She stated that this symbolism was “adopted later on by the Christian Religion as the ‘Seven Angels of the Presence.'”
In Theosophy, the seven rays are said to be seven major types of Light-Substance (spirit/matter) (waves/particles) that compose the created universes. These are also believed to convey “Divine Qualities”.
C.W. Leadbeater gave a list showing the characteristic type of magic for each ray. This list indicates what he regarded as the most compatible type of magic to be performed by persons on each ray (although anyone of any ray can do any of these various types of magic).
First ray: Magic of Will of magician
Second ray: Magic of Raja Yoga (Development of Mind)
Third ray: Magic of Astrology (Natural Magnetic Forces)
Fourth ray: Magic of Hatha Yoga (physical development)
Fifth ray: Magic of Alchemy (Manipulation of Material Substances)
Sixth ray: Magic of Bhakti Yoga (Selfless Service and Altruistic Love; agape)
Seventh ray: Ceremonial magic (Invocation of Elementals, and Devas)
According to Alice A. Bailey, each person has a soul ray that remains the same through all their incarnations, and a personality ray that is different for each incarnation. Each ray is also correspondent with certain Masters of Wisdom, and with particular planets, cycles, nations, etc. The seven rays are the basis for what Alice A. Bailey called New Age Psychology—she divides everyone in the human race into these seven psychological types.
Bailey stated that the seven rays that reach us on Earth locally originate within the “Solar Logos,” i.e., the consciousness of the “Divine Being” of the Sun. According to Alice A. Bailey and Benjamin Creme, the seven rays are focused to the Solar Logos, through Sirius, the seven stars of the Big Dipper in the Great Bear, and the seven major stars of the Pleiades form the “Galactic Logos,” (the consciousness of the “Divine Being” of the Milky Way Galaxy), and have their ultimate origin within the mind of God.
On the local planetary level, it is believed that the seven rays are transmitted from the Solar Logos through the God of our planet, Sanat Kumara, then through the spiritual hierarchy of our planet which includes the “Masters of Wisdom” (Some writings term them the Ascended Masters or the Great White Brotherhood).
Each of the seven rays is believed to be associated with a different kind of occult energy, and a different color.
Qualities of the seven rays
Alice A. Bailey and the Church Universal and Triumphant assign different colors and in some cases different Masters to each of the seven rays. In Letters on Occult Meditation, Alice Bailey indicates that there is no simple correspondence between the rays and these colors. The colors, Masters, and Retreats indicated here are those indicated by both Alice Bailey and the Church Universal and Triumphant.
According to Alice A. Bailey the Masters live in immortal bodies at a residence on the physical plane at the indicated location (although a given Master may physically travel extensively incognito to various locations, become invisible, teleport to various locations, and walk through walls, as well as influence humans telepathically and travel on the inner planes, as required by the demands of his spiritual work).
According to the Church Universal and Triumphant, and other Ascended Master Activities, each Master is believed to serve at a Retreat on the physical or etheric plane at the geographical location shown after their name.
The “Gifts of the Holy Spirit” of the Church Universal and Triumphant for each ray are shown. For both Alice A. Bailey and the Church Universal and Triumphant, each ray has a jewel which is believed to focus the energy of that ray, which is indicated.
In the mid-to-late 20th century, as the New Age movement gained in popularity, the concept and imagery of the seven rays appeared in a variety of settings.
In esoteric astrology, the seven rays are considered to be split into three groups: the first two rays represent Will and Wisdom, respectively, and the remaining five rays together form the group that represents Activity. In a style of Reiki adapted by Carolyn E. Jackson the student passes through a sequence of levels by mastering the “key” to each level. The key for the second level is known as the key of “oneness” and is attained by passing through each of the seven rays. This, however, is not part of traditional Reiki or other versions of the Reiki system.
According to psychic counselor Samantha Stevens, an individual can use affirmations, candles, color therapy, vibrational medicines and other methods to contact “archangels,” which she defines as the “seven rays,” based on Buddhist and Christian theories: “The Rays or Divine Flames (as they are sometimes called) represent elements in the perfectly integrated human being – one whose heart is aligned with their will and inspired by the Divine Imagination.”
Light therapist and Radionics Practitioner Primrose Cooper writes that in using light as a healing modality, she finds it helpful to use the seven rays as defined in Theosophy to assist her clients in finding “psychological insight into their soul’s purpose.”
In recent years, there was the creation of a secretive group named “The Keepers of the Seven Rays”. Their philosophy is the human being has seven emanations in which it finds itself, or connects with the Higher Self. These emanations are extensions of the Higher Self or otherwise called the Higher Will. These emanations reach out like arms and grasp onto the knowledge(of all types) needed for the full development of the individual into his/her Higher Potential. All a human has to do to use these emanations is to know basic moral law, what their body and/or psyche can and cannot handle, and listen.
Metaphysical philosopher Gurdjieff writes frequently of his “Seven Rays of Creation”. According to Gurdjieff, the Seven Rays of Creation are the seven manifestations of Energy in our Universe. The first Ray contains all things (THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE) and all things obey the laws inherent in the First Ray. The First Ray then manifests itself in the 2nd Realm, the realm of Galaxies. From Galaxies to Solar Systems, Solar Systems to Planets. From Planets to Organisms on the planets, etc.
Part Two will connect Freemasonry Initiation to the Aquarian Age.
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