StoneFlower Kabbalah
A site based on the healing of the ancient wisdom of the Geocentric worldview. The understanding of sacred texts and wisdom is based on a relationship to the Source. This Central Source is the Fount from which the three distinct movements of the Earth globe flow. These three turns-rotation,revolution and precession are a great secret/sod and key to the profound teachings of the mekubalim/kabbalists. These movements provide us with the experience of shanah/time, olam/matter and nephesh/soul(being). The Earth turn called precession is the slow wobble that causes the polar skies to change slowly over a 26,000 year cycle.
The chart of "72" names relates to this great cycle and is a key to unlocking where we are in "time".

Sunday, July 23, 2006

The first day of Av/month of the Lion

The only mentioned date of a death of an important personage in the Hebrew Torah is that of Aaron the High Priest. He died on the first of the month of Av, the month of the ari, the Lion. That date is this Wednesday this year of 5766. Included in the special vestments of the High priest was the Ephod, the breastplate of stones. The Zohar on the parsha terumah explains the connection between certain comets and the special jewels and gold found in the "breast of high mountains" which alludes to the vestment of the high priest. With the completion of the Deep Impact mission to studying a comet, we have a wonderful confirmation of this connection written down in the Zohar many centuries ago. The astronomers found several substances including crystalline olivine, also called peridot or chrysolite. This gem is traditionally one of the stones said to be in the breastplate of the high priest. The picture above from NASA shows the small cup of green crystals as part of the substance obtained from the comet. The astronomers tell us that the study of the make-up of the comet will reveal some of the mysteries of the creation of our solar system and the entire universe as well. As stated here before the mineral world holds a vital relationship to the world of being and this relationship is indeed a great key as to how our world exists and to who we are as humans. There are two scientists from Rutgers and Duke Universities that are presently looking to prove the existence of a fourth dimension of space, what we call in Kabbalah the fifth continuum or dimension if we consider time as the fourth. These scientists are waiting for a satellite to deliver instruments into space that will render empirical data that show how gravity effects black holes and they tell us that this will for the first time empirically prove another dimension. Kabbalists know this dimension or continuum as the being or soul world. Another stellar discovery has also been that the core of a type of star called a white dwarf is most likely made of pure crystalline carbon many miles in diameter, pure diamond crystal, another gem said to have been on the breastplate of the high priest of Israel. These discoveries coming into the view of the entire world are but another sign that the long awaited geulah/redemption has already happened and the creation is waking-up to this stupendous change. We are coming to know who we are! We are coming in to a new relationship with HaShem, the divine mystery of all that is. This will give birth to a shalem/shalom; a great and wondrous Peace. Very soon!

1 comment:

jerusalem seeker said...



I wish I could say I could feel the world you say has arrived if we only had eyes to see. I feel trapped in a story - trapped by the imperative to survive, trapped by the world that continues to prove the validity of Jews' worst fear: "In every generation there rise up those who seek to destroy us."

I am tired of this part of our story, tired of seeing the disappointment in my children's eyes as they process the current reality and realize that their energies must turn now towards survival and not towards exploration and growth and giving. I am in anguish and angry that this story is happening again...and again... Ad matai?

How to see differently when the collective globe seems to grab our collective Jewish face and turn it always towards the past, towards the fear? It's a real question and requires a real answer. I am breathing the roar of fighter jets and forgetting the scent of jasmine.

The voice of the muezin/chazan in the village across the valley was beautiful tonight, singing the sun down. There aren't many left who think it so and I fear I am falling down the rabbit hole with the rest of them.