October 30, 2007 at 5:56 pm #25472
… Bill Mistele (hermetic magician) has written another essay and I think you, Intelligence, will find it at least a little interesting.
It concerns the kabbalistic letter ‘U’ which relates to ether/akasha, in a form very like what a taoist will call wuji. In fact wuji is mentioned in the essay which concerns amongst other things, peacemaking and Tibet, both of which are subjects which I know interest you from reading below on another thread. It also gives an idea of your experiences relating to ‘feeling others from the inside’ whilst on the borders of sleep.
This essay of Bill’s is rather dilatory as usual but it is his best yet. It takes in the heart sutra, tai chi, shakespeare, rich millionaires, and the concept of the self as non-existent. This is related to the letter ‘U’ which has as I say correlations with ’emptiness’, but it is only one of twenty-eight letters given by Bardon. I give two excerpts from the essay below, but can’t really give an idea of the full thing, so have a read – link at bottom.
A story. An evil magician in Tibet has the power to kill others with his magic. And now he has stated that he is going to kill a Tibetan priest. The Tibetan priest meditates on Prajnaparamita, a lot like the letter U. In fact, the cosmic letter U on the akashic plane would be virtually the same thing.
The priest meditates: there is no separation. There is no enemy. There is no attack from an the enemy. And there is no one here to attack. There is no identityonly emptiness and oneness without separation.
And now the evil magician unleashes the full power of his magic against the priest. It is the power to destroy, annihilate, and obliterate. But gee, this massive will and energy cant find anything to attack. It looks and looks, but there is no priest anywhere to be found.
Like a torpedo launched from a submarine with its own sonar, it goes looking for its target. But if it can not find its target the torpedo returns to its sourcethe only thing around that is available to attack. The black magician falls dead victim of the magic sent by his own will.
The Prajnaparamita ritual/cosmic letter U akasha dissolves evil and malicious intentions. But individuals still have the freedom to choose and to learn from the consequences of their actions. You can never take that away without causing new karma. So in some cases, if individuals desire to destroy they end up only destroying themselves.
If I might be so bold, the repertoire of any genuine world class peacemaker would certainly contain such a practice. It would be one of many methods at his disposal and to be used at his discretion. And when he used it, he would not be acting as a human being but as a servant and agent of Divine Providence. It is about acting, as the beatitude states, as the children of God.
Tibetan Buddhism has a truly magnificent understanding of akasha on the akashic plane. But when it comes to how akasha asserts its harmony by balancing the four elements on the mental plane, well, Tibetan Buddhism is a disaster waiting to happen.
If the Dalai Lama had wise counselors, they would have kept their minds attuned to mental plane questions like what is the situation and what are our options and choices. And what resources are available to us to solve these problems?
But the young Dalai Lama did not have access to such wisdom. Entranced by akasha and entangled in the routines of a feudal society, Tibet failed utterly to establish embassies and alliances with other nations to guarantee its survival as a nation. It had no cultural exchange. Entranced by akasha, it failed utterly to acquire even the most rudimentary understanding of how it was a nation among other nations.
If the Dalai Lama had wise counselors, he could have handed Mao a copy of John Nashs 1949 thesis which explained that there is no class warfare. There is instead a nonviolent point of harmony between any two opposing parties. Furthermore, for any economic system to succeed you must factor in individual motivation in order to reach the highest level of productivity.
In other words, Chinese Communism will somehow have to allow for the people to be represented in the government if it is to succeed. The Dalai Lama could have said simply, The karma is that if China represses religion and individual freedom it will inevitably change into its oppositebefore you know what has happened your communism will become capitalism regardless of what you call it.
The Dalai Lama could have applied akasha to the mental plane by saying Obviously you are about to invade Tibet. Nonetheless, here is the situation and here are your options and choices. If you continue to blindly follow an aging ideology, you will end up killing thirty million of your own people through your economic mistakes and seriously delay your inevitable rise to power among the nations.
[On the other hand, if the Dalai Lamas counselors were intelligent enough to have read and understood obscure papers on economic theory and conflict resolution, Mao probably would have seen them as a resource to be put to work rather than as an obstacle to be overcome. He would have placed them in charge of running his economy.
Trust me on thisany dictator or other on a quest for absolute power for good or for evil design will, without doubt, always and forever be on the lookout for wise and trustworthy counselors he can rely upon. They ease his burden and make life more satisfying.]October 30, 2007 at 6:18 pm #25473
by that i mean…
personally i think it is about the supernals.. the supernal triad, which are a higher frequency of htought..
the suprnals tend to kick in a spin gear which is cross human..
what do the supernals say?
the world has been filled with war and famine and sickness problems..
get with it… join in with america etc…
but china was closer and went screw you you farmers beep beeps..
does that make china correct? IMHO no..
does it make technology correct IMHO yes
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