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".

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

the Hand on the Throne of Yah/Shevat-Scepter

The same theme of the world, the olam, and the olamim/worlds as just a balance between concealed and revealed miracles is running deep in the Torah story as we circle the shanah/year. We are moving towards the full moon of TuB’Shevat, the full moon in the mazzal of the aryeh/lion. This is when the mekubalim have celebrated for centuries the miracle of the Tree and her fruits. We acknowledge this creative movement even now still in the depths of the cold winter. In the Torah narrative we have the redemption happening - yes right now. The holy people find their freedom from the restrictive place, they cross the sea of reeds and the great song is sung. Miriam, the chieftess of the sea(Mar-Yam) leads the women with their drums. She who has the chayah soul of all of humanity. She, the sister of the one who has the neshamah soul of all of Israel. Together with all the peoples they move to their geulah and another phase of perceiving the miracle of all that is was and will be. The miracle of the Name and the scepter. In this parsha of Beshalach we have the three verses of 72 letters each, one after the other. An anomaly in the Torah. Here we get the 72 part Name that is directly connected to the mateh/scepter - temple tradition. This 72 when put in a wheel reveals the hidden gates of the star circle that has allowed mekubalim/kabbalists to know exactly where they are in time. The wobble of the mother earth over the 26,00 years, called the precession makes the stars move through the 72 ‘windows”. this marks the rise and fall of civilizations as the Sarim, the angelic heads of the 70 nations went up and down the sulam/ladder in Jacob’s dream. The actual astronomical events that reveal the shaarim/gates are an ancient whispered secret. The movement of one special pair of stars- the teomim is the great key that the sages have watched. The Song of Songs keeps this information in it’s words and verse numbers. There are 117 verses in this sacred song. This covers all of history as the prologue to Zohar-Shemot tells us. Each verse as 50 years means after 115 verses we were at 5750. So we are in the 116th verse of the song, when the sound of the geulah is mentioned. The parsha Beshalach for this week, the parsha of the Geulah/redemption has exactly 116 verses! Where we are now! The chapter 14 of Shemot-spelled 14=yod-daleth also means hand and in the last verses of the parsha she(the Torah) tells us the Hand is on the throne/ces of Yah! Moshe Rabbeinu just finished parting the sea with the raised scepter made of sapphire according to aggadah. And sapphire is the color of the throne in the vision of the Neviim/prophets. So here is a very concealed miracle being revealed for those who might hear and see. The physical substance of the throne of Yah is in the mateh/scepter of Moshe/Moses! This belongs to humanity! This month of Shevat is also the month of the scepter, shevat also means staff, as taken from the sacred Tree. The Etz Chaiim is the Tree from which the olamim/worlds evolve . The entire creation is moving into a change in the balance of what we, the people perceive as revealed and concealed miracle.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your posts for some months now have been overflowing, lovely, teaching at several levels simultaneously.

thank you