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The Magickal Title of this card is the Spirit of the Mighty Waters. The path of the Hanged Man runs between the spheres of Hod and Geburah. It is The Severity of Splendor, and the execution of judgement. Mars acting through Water upon Mercury. This is a path of self-sacrifice, loss, and the concept of the Divine Death associated with all of the dying-god myths. It represents the crucifixion of Christ and the slaying of Osiris. Yet just as in all of these myths, the god dies and is resurrected into something greater. His death is a period of withdrawal that is absolutely necessary for the rebirth of all life.
Empress together function almost as Animus and Anima. Because Aries is ruled by Mars, this card symbolizes tremendous creative energy on one hand and rulership on the other. Of course Aries is the sign which signals the return of Spring when Life re-emerges and growth begins. The notion of Spring and the cycle of rebirth is a feminine function. Heh, the Hebrew letter attributed to this card, is distinctly feminine and in fact signifies the Mother. The energy of the Emperor is the virile, stimulating force which initiates Spring. Therefore, the masculine and feminine energies are totally balanced in this seemingly all male card. It is an example of the idea that every symbol contains its own opposite thus producing a balance of forces.
The Temple of Anubis is the Temple of the Lords of Karma. Anubis con trols the books of Karma in the underworld. Each human being has his book of accounts. Credit may also be solicited from the Lords of Karma. All credit must be paid for, by working in the Great Work of the Father, orsuffering the unspeakable. When the Logos of the Solar System awarded me the tunic and mantle of a Hierophant of Major Mysteries, he said to me I here with pay you that which I owe you for the practices which you have taught. These young divine beings who work with Anubis are the Lords of Karma. None can escape Justice due to the existence in the depths of our con science of the KAOM, the Police of Karma, which takes form each time it registers a positive or negative action.
When our disciples wish to beg help from the Lords of Karma, paint the six-pointed star upon the ground, open the arms in the form of a balance and move them upwards and downwards having the mind concentrated onAnubis. We can then beg the Lords of Karma for the desired favour. Whilst moving the arms in the form of a balance vocalise the syllables NI, NE, NO, NU, NA. This is the way we may beg assistance of the Lords of Karma in moments of necessity or danger. All credit must be paid for.
At the moment that the neophyte pronounces his two fatal mantra, his body instantaneously dies and he is submitted to great ordeals in the internal worlds. He has to confront the fear of death, he must endure the hurricane of karma, he has to triumph over that which the Father - Mother place before him. The goal is to be able to enter, or better said, to be reborn in superhuman form in one of the kingdoms of the Devas, be it in that of great concentration, or of the long hairs, or of Maitreya, or of Supreme Happiness, etc. In that region he will remain so as to prepare himself for Liberation.
The seventh septenary is from 42 to 49 years and is Martian. There are struggles, it is a decisive epoch for each one. The eighth septenary is from 49 to 56 years. This is the influence of Jupiter in the human being. In that period for those who have good karma things go well economically for those who do not, things go badly.
The King of Pentacles is a dark-haired knight seated on a very calm and un-warlike brown horse. The surrounding field is alive with grass and stalks of corn which refer to expansion and rebirth. The personal emblem of the King is the stag, which also affirms the function of regeneration. (The stag losses and regrows its antlers
The Magickal Title of this card is the Lord of the Forces of Life. The path of the Wheel of Fortune runs between the spheres of Netzach and Chesed. It is The Mercy and Magnificence of Sovereignty, Jupiter acting through Jupiter direct on Venus. This path is the conduit of energy between the Personality (Lower Self) and the Higher Self on the Pillar of Mildness. It is known as the Intelligence of Conciliation, meaning that the Wheel is the mediator between two opposites. The Wheel is also a symbol of Karma and of Time, continually fluctuating, bringing past deeds (good or ill) back to the present and on to the future. The double-letter Caph, which is assigned to this path, refers to the concepts of Riches and Poverty, thus Jupiter is rightly attributed here. This is the Wheel of Life, Death, and Rebirth. It is a Wheel of extremes, light and darkness and all the interactions between the two which cause the Wheel to turn. It is a perpetual motion machine, rotating and cycling human...
We do not see things as they are in our world rather we see images of things. In Chesed, one knows how many atoms there are in a table, how much karma the world owes, one knows how many molecules live in each body it is a world of mathematics, a world of realism. One believes that one will be distanced from worldly reality in this world, and yet, one lives in reality. In a temple one knows the number of persons who are Self-Realised, and those who are not. If one enters a kitchen one knows the number of atoms contained in the food, which is to be eaten. It is a world of tremendous reality. In the world of Chesed one is able to know who is a True Man. One night, whilst in the world of Chesed, I entered a theatre where karmas were balanced, and on a screen, the screen of creation, one could observe the activity of the Masters of Karma. The karma of the two greatest powers on earth was placed, one on each side of a huge scale. The scale inclined against the colossus of the North. It owes...
Experience all our deeds stripped bare, exactly as they were. We must also acknowledge what led us to these actions. We will be confronted with all the motives for our words and deeds, and, as it says in the Bible, the sheep will be separated from the goats, the sheep placed on the right and the goats on the left. We must judge everything that we have thought, said and done, and suffer the judgement to be enacted on ourselves. We are not judged by a god outside us, but it is we ourselves who speak our own verdict. But the person at this level is relieved at having paid off his debts to all men. The effort to make progress has not been in vain. It has been worth his pains for all accounts are settled. The levels of consciousness of the previous cards have already shown him what attitude he must adopt towards himself and odier people, whom, as Christ taught, he should regard and love as ' himself', if he does not wish to cause a new karma to arise. He has already crossed the great...
The Survivor (neutral good, Constitution) represents a person who has been through an ordeal of some kind. Surrounded by his fallen comrades, the man represents someone or something thought lost forever, but found once more. It can also represent rebirth. Misaligned, The Survivor can evoke terrible news or a profound loss.
A youthful figure in the robe of a magician, having the countenance of divine Apollo, with smile of confidence and shining eyes. Above his head is the mysterious sign of the Holy Spirit, the sign of life, like an endless cord, forming the figure 8 in a horizontal position infinity symbol . About his waist is a serpent-cincture, the serpent appearing to devour its own tail. This is familiar to most as a conventional symbol of eternity, but here it indicates more especially the eternity of attainment in the spirit. In the Magician's right hand is a wand raised towards heaven, while the left hand is pointing to the earth. This dual sign is known in very high grades of the Instituted Mysteries it shews the descent of grace, virtue and light, drawn from things above and derived to things below. The suggestion throughout is therefore the possession and communication of the Powers and Gifts of the Spirit. On the table in front of the Magician are the symbols of the four Tarot suits,...
In Arcanum number 10 we find the Wheel of Destiny, the cosmogenic wheel of Ezekiel. Within this wheel we find the battle of the opposites, Hermanubis on the right, Typhon on the left. This is the wheel of ages, it is the Wheel of Fortune, of Reincarnation and of Karma the terrible Wheel of Retribution - above the Wheel is the mystery of the Sphinx.
Arcanum number 5 of the Tarot indicates the Teaching, Karma and the Explanation to us. It symbolises the fifth cycle, the fifth race, the fifth sun, the five tattwas, the five fingers, the five gospels, the five senses, the five cells of the cerebrum and the ovary, and the five aspects of the Divine Mother.
The world of Geburah is based injustice. The Masters of Karma base themselves in the Conscience in order to judge in the Tribunal of Karma. The Masters of Karma are judges of Consciousness justice is beyond good and evil. When you reach the Light, you will know what Love is and when one knows what Love is, one will know how to Love, and will understand that Conscious Love is Law. There is no value in doing good unless you know how to do it. In the Tribunal of Karma, he who has the means to pay comes off well in the dealings. We need to constantly do good works so as to have the wherewithal with which to pay our debts from this and previous lives. It is impossible to elude Justice because the police of Karma is within us this is the KAOM. Wherever there may be a lack of Love, the KAOM appears, the police, the accuser, who leads us before the Tribunal of the Law. It is possible to cancel karma with good works. In this manner the Lion of the Law is...
The figure eight, placed horizontally over the adept's head, confirms our attribution of this picture to Thoth, for it is known that the ancients considered this number an emblem of Hermes, the reformer, pathfinder, regenerator, and awakener of sleeping minds. In his Pictorial Key to the Tarot, Mr. Waite reminds us that Christian Gnosticism speaks of rebirth in Christ as a change 'unto the Og-doad.' He also says The mystic number is termed Jerusalem above, the Land flowing with Milk and Honey, the Holy Spirit, and the Land of the Lord. According to Martinism, 8 is the number of Christ. Now what Christian mystics mean by rebirth in Christ symbolically termed entry into Jerusalem (lit. possession of peace ), the capital of the Land flowing with Milk and Honey is, I take it, exactly what the Hindu Yogis are talking about when they speak of Samadhi, the superconscious state of the illuminated seer. This state is attained as the result of a definite system of exercises, by which the...
The Golden Dawn and Crowley Kings use the emblem of a stag, an animal to whom great regenerative powers are attributed. The stag mythically eats the Serpent (absorbs wisdom) and in so doing sheds its skin, as well as any illness, weakness and old age. It is totally regenerated.73 Thus, it is a fitting symbol for Fire of Earth. It moves fleetingly, as fire, but also represents the cyclic rebirth of the earth. This same fruition is indicated by the corn (symbol of Isis-Ceres) in the foreground. It is clear that Mathers was a student of medieval bestiaries, where the animal legends are collected.
Heasha Morninglade feels the flow of life-magic within her. It encompasses the water of the stream of life, the blood within her veins and the liquid within the cauldron of birth and rebirth. Enthroned upon the world-tree, surrounded by fertile growth and the deep woods of the unconscious mind, she opens herself through the wand of the moon to the feminine principle of cyclic movement. Through her actions, life emerges, resplendent with variety.
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