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, November 26, 2008

Three Wells/Three Temples

The Ramban(Nachmanides) in his commentary on Genesis speaks of the three wells that Isaac dug that are mentioned in parsha Toldoth. He says that these allude to the three future holy temples. The first two were destroyed due to contention(esek) and sitnah(enmity) which is what the wells were named. The third well named Rehoboth means spacious and “The third well he called Rechovoth(spacious). This is a reference to the future House, which will be speedily built in our days, and it will be done without quarrel and feud, and haShem will enlarge our borders even as it says, … “and we shall be fruitful in the land,(Bereishiet25:22), which signifies that all peoples will come to worship HaShem with one consent.”Ramban (trans after Chavel)” “and they found there a well of living water”Bereishit 25:19) The hint here is that at the manifestation of the third temple the holy land will spread it’s borders to cover everything, hence the name “spacious” which is just what Reb Abraham Azulai predicted in his LeChesed Abraham for the year 5760.The Ramban may have gotten the hint of the inner meaning of the third well from Zohar on Toldoth::”The well and the issue of waters are one, designated by the name of “well”, it being at once the supernal never ceasing fountain and the well that is filled by it. And whoever gazes at that well gazes at the true object of faith. This is the symbol which the patriarchs transmitted in digging the well, in such a way as to indicate that the source and the well are indissoluble. And he called its name Rehoboth. By this he intimated that his descendants would one day tend that well in the fitting manner through the mystical potency of offerings and burnt-offerings, so that it’s springs should flow forth on every side as scripture says:”Let thy springs be dispersed abroad, and courses of water in the streets(Rehoboth)”(Proverbs V,16) hence here the name Rehoboth(streets, broad paces)..When a man has penetrated into the mystery of Wisdom and perfected himself therein, then Solomon tells him to” build his house“(Prov.XXiV:27),ie, to cultivate his soul in his body so as to attain perfection. Hence when Isaac digged and prepared the well in peace he called it Rehoboth(wide places) and all was done in the right manner.” Zohar I:141b (trans after Sperling)This parsha is usually read as we enter the month of the Keshet/bow, Kislev. This month has the only holiday that connects two months together- Kislev, the month of Benjamin, son of the right whose territory holds the place of the first two holy temples and the month of tevet, whose tribe is Dan, whose names implies the place of Din, judgment of the left, strength. The light of Hanukkah celebrates the bright oil of the holy temple which would come about in our times when the month of Dan which belongs to Esau/Edom/Christianity is fused with the month of kislev which is of Israel. This parsha of the birth of the twins from Rebecca’s womb sets the stage for the struggle of Chesed/Love and Power/Geburah/Din as the twins transform the globe into a temple of the flowing well of waters of peace. The wisdom of the Torah and sacred writings is said to have four levels sometimes referred to as wine, water, milk and oil. The oil/Shemen is sometimes said to be the deepest and at the holiday of winter that fuses Kislev and Tevet we have the deep mysteries of the oil/shemen as it illuminates our understanding and connection to the source. As previously mentioned we have the planet Pluto moving into the sign of Capricorn/Gedi today as we enter the season of Hanukhah which in our times involves the dedication of the third Holy temple called by the name of the third well Rehoboth which is spacious enough for all peoples . The true nature of the material fount of the Gedi will be revealed in the physical and we can already feel the flow of blessing into our Earth. The sacred Kedoshim, vessels of Solomon’s temple needed to be recovered and sanctified in the correct manner. The keys to how all this is done are contained in Solomon’s special book, The Song Of Songs. The appearance of the angelic Sarim/princes which are chronicled in Torah and the legends of other peoples make known to humans what the materials are that interface between worlds and make possible a flow of “the living waters”.There is a growing acknowledgement from elders in diverse traditions that we have entered a new era and the teachings of the “Sacred Arrows” as they are known in aboriginal America are being given again to the thirsty. We are entering the special month of the Keshet, the Bow with the arrows. This semicircle bow completes a full circle when joined with the Keshet/rainbow appearing in the last month after the flood of Chesvan, the month of the hidden Temple. The mazal of Tevet is of course the gedi/kid and this cardinal Earth sign holds great power which originally as a month of Esau/Edom/Christianity has played a large role in building the global temple that is hidden in Chesvan and rededicated in Kislev/Tevet. The planet that veils the Keter/crown is now in the mazal of Tevet. The light of the temple is illuminating the Earth.

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