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".

Saturday, November 10, 2007

the Light/Lamp of kislev

Music of the Eighth string/Kochavim:
The appearance of the kockav/comet Holmes on the twelfth of Chesvan is part of the ongoing music of the unfolding symphony of the Earth entering a new epoch. There are many synchronicities that support the possibility that this new “star” in the mazzal of Peretz/perseus the breaker, is a sign amongst the eighth level of heavens-the fixed stars, after the seven heavens of the planets and days of the week and seven lower sephirot. This expresses the womb like sphere of the upper “mother”, Binah. This ongoing dance of the kochavim/comets over the past several years is a part of the eighth string of the lute said to appear during this new world we are entering. The seven stringed lute is that of the natural world and is mirrored in the rainbow that is also implicit in this new Hebrew month of kislev, the month of the keshet/bow, which we are entering. The eighth or octave level of growth is the eight branched menorah that we light on the 25th of this month. This is the only Jewish holiday beginning in the dark of the lunar month. This lamp brings the light, the ohr, which is the 25th word of Torah in Bereishis, into the seven leveled bow of Kislev, the mazzal of kislev is the archer and the bow. The Torah portions for these couple weeks involve the archer and hunter Esau, an aspect of raw geburah/power in relation to the development of the initiate Yaakov who is struggling to cleave chesed/love and chockmah/wisdom to the raw power of the man eat man world. The prophecy in Torah states clearly to Rebecca/Rivkah, twins are in your womb and the older(Esau) will serve the younger(Yaakov). Power will come to serve the blessed work of love on Earth. This ninth month from Nisan in the lunar agricultural cycle is the month of birth and Yaakov was born in last weeks parsha and Israel is born this coming week, from his initiatory struggle with his adversaries in life. If the comet star that appeared in Chesvan near the full moon is the one directly connected to the scepter of Aaron as the Torah prophecy predicts” I see Him, but not now; I behold Him, but not near; a Star shall come out of Jacob; a Scepter shall rise out of Israel. (Numbers 24:17),
we will in the coming days and months come to understand a message revealed through it’s brightening and movement. The revealing of a connection between star and scepter will reveal the fifth continuum of being to a world coming to understand the primacy of soul and being. A rhythm is already apparent in that the two times in recorded observation that this comet made an outburst into visibility are November 6th, 1892 and October 24th, 2007. These are Chesvan 16 and Chesvan 12 on the Hebrew calendar, 115 years apart. There are 40 days between the recent outburst in Chesvan and the eve of Chanukah on Kislev 24. The star of Yaakov is said in Zohar to shine for forty days and nights which precedes the geulah/redemption.
“and then will this cause the seventh window to open to the whole world, whose star is the “Star of Jacob”, concerning which Balaam said: There shall come a star out of Jacob(Num.XXXIV,17). This star will shine for forty days and forty nights…..”Zohar II-172b(sperling trans.)
The lights of Chanukah represent the Ohr HaGanuz, the original light before creation which was stored up for the time of geulah/redemption. The 1892 dimmer appearance and first recorded observation of the comet, in Chesvan, was followed seventy days later with another small outburst on Tevet 28. If a rhythm with the moon cycle becomes apparent than this connects this kochav directly with Isaiah’s prophecy about the moon shining with the light of the sun and the Zohar connects these two prophecies of Isaiah and the star of Jacob in Numbers. This supports the revealing of the soul world and our being connections to the celestial bodies. As already stated the two brights comets that passed the earth in 1996/1997 CE, Hale-Bopp and Hayukatake, both crossed paths in the same area of the constellation Peretz/perseus that this comet is now staying in. The previous two comets crossed paths at about the place in Peretz/perseus of the star algol, called in Hebrew Rosh HaSheitan. The head of the adversary. On this coming Tub’Shevat/January 21st, the present Kochav makes a near precise passage of this star as well. Tub’shevat is the month of the shevat, the scepter/staff that is a great sod/mystery-secret in Kabbalah. This month of Kislev, we as a holy people are to bring the light of this new octave/eighth into the fecund Choseyhk/darkness of the womb/world. We light the menorah from right/chesed=love towards the left/gevurah/power and therefore reveal the balanced manifestation of divine light in our world as beauty/tifereth. The world of peace is in the heart of the Earth.

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