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Some Sacred Mathematics

OMSacred Mathematics
by Halexandria.org

Sacred Mathematics, by way of definition, refers to the concepts which, according to ancient (and a few modern) scholars, encompassed all of creation in mathematical terms. It includes numerical ratios of the most profound significance (literally Transcendental Numbers), the nature of numbers themselves (Numerology), their mutual relationship (Astrology), strange beasts such as Magic Squares and Infinite Series, those astounding aspects of geometrical relationships in Sacred Geometry which seem to defy logical or rational explanation, and the manner in which all of these aspects describe the universe. Sacred Mathematics represents a wholly contained and internally consistent philosophy — a philosophy which describes physical reality, its cosmogony and every aspect of its science. The Greek Philosopher, Plato, has said: “Geometry is knowledge of the eternally existent. Numbers are the highest degree of knowledge. It is knowledge itself.” Continue reading

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Framing the Tree of Life

Tree of Life HalexandriaThe Tree of Life 
by Halexandria.org

“And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.  And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.”  — Genesis 2:8-9

The Tree of Life is representative of both of these trees, and from the Ha Qabala is shown in several forms.  The above form [see picture], the traditional form, can be said to have grown from the Vesica Pisces, the Seed of Life and the Flower of Life.

Two other forms, which are more detailed with information and symbolism, include:     Continue reading

Egyptian not Gypsy Tarot

book-of-doors-06159 From The Big Little Book of Tarot
by Rachel Pollack, 2004

Many people believe that the Tarot originated in Ancient Egypt.

The two main sources of European culture, the Ancient Greeks and the Hebrews, both looked on Egypt as a place of great knowledge, mystery, and magic. As a very old culture, Egypt appeared to be filled with ancient secrets and power. Before the discovery of the Rosetta Stone in the early 19th century, which allowed scholars to decipher [some of] the hieroglyphs, that colorful form of picture writing seemed to embody such power. And since the Tarot also worked in pictures, it was only natural to assume some connection between the two. Continue reading

Metu Neter – Ma’at – 11 Laws of God

Kemetic Tree of LifeThe 11 Laws of God:

0. Law of Amen – You were made in the likeness of a peace that nothing can disturb. Reclaim your peace that you may attain to your reason for coming into existence – the enjoyment of life.

1. Law of Ausar – Your nature is an unconquerable peace, therefore nothing or no one in the world can be against you. All experiences come to you to promote your reclamation of peace, that you may in turn, aquire wisdom and power.

2. Law of Tehuti – When all of your thoughts, feelings and actions reflect the Word of God, then the power of God’s spirit and a peace that nothing can challange will flow through your being. Continue reading

The Kybalion – Mental Transmutation

KybalionCHAPTER III. MENTAL TRANSMUTATION 

“Mind (as well as metals and elements) may be transmuted, from state to state; degree to degree; condition to condition; pole to pole; vibration to vibration. True Hermetic Transmutation is a Mental Art.” — The Kybalion.

“Mental Transmutation” means the art of changing and transforming mental states, forms, and conditions, into others. So you may see that Mental Transmutation is the “Art of Mental Chemistry,” if you like the term — a form of practical Mystic Psychology.

But this means far more than appears on the surface. Transmutation, Alchemy, or Chemistry, on the Mental Plane is important enough in its effects, to be sure, and if the art stopped there it would still be one of the most important branches of study known to man. But this is only the beginning. Let us see Continue reading

The Kybalion – The Principle of Mentalism

KybalionI. THE PRINCIPLE OF MENTALISM.

“THE ALL is MIND; The Universe is Mental.” — The Kybalion.

This Principle embodies the truth that “All is Mind.” It explains that THE ALL (which is the Substantial Reality underlying all the outward manifestations and appearances which we know under the terms of “The Material Universe”; the “Phenomena of Life”; “Matter”; “Energy”; and, in short, all that is apparent to our material senses) is SPIRIT, which in itself is UNKNOWABLE and UNDEFINABLE, but which may be considered and thought of as AN UNIVERSAL, INFINITE, LIVING MIND. It also explains that all the phenomenal world or universe is simply a Mental Creation of THE ALL, subject to the Laws of Created Things, and that the universe, as a whole, and in its parts or units, has its existence in the Mind of THE ALL, in which Mind we “live and move and have our being.” This Principle, by establishing the Mental Nature of the Universe, easily explains all of the varied mental and psychic phenomena that occupy such a large portion of the public attention, and which, without such explanation, are non-understandable and defy scientific Continue reading

Metu Neter – Three Kinds of People

Layers of Man 3The Sahu Man / Woman:”…people who are controlled by their emotional and sensuous being (10th sphere); and who only ‘know’ what they are taught by others (7-9), and whose mental perception is limited to the external and concrete side of things. Because of this their lives are full of contradictions.. they are devoid of understanding.” (Ra Un Nefer Amen, Metu Neter, Volume 1, p. 105)

NH Comment: Adorned with sanctioned vocabularies, privileged methods and brutal forms of assessment, western education is structured to create Sahu girls and boys, and women and men. This leads to the properly educated western man who knows everything and understands nothing. For she is the product of technique, bottom line thinking and expressions of reality that can be quantified. Contradictions are Continue reading

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