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, February 21, 2010

The Mishkan, the Wheel/ Saturn and Mars for Purim

The Rashbi gives us the wheel of the elements, directions and metals(see the picture). There are some essentials parts of this wheel we must understand to unite the holy polarities of this creation, the yom vlailah, day and night. We must understand what is in the center of the wheel and add one more set of FIVE - four around the circumference and one in the center. This is the wheel of the Tikkun, the repair of the creation that we are experiencing in our times. The Torah parshot we read now are that of the elements that make up the miskhan/sanctuary and the garments of the High priest. These all relate to the wheel which we may use to find the CENTER of it all. Remember the four continuum worldview of space-time and life that just happens does not define or allow for a CENTER. The worldview of the mekubalim is oriented around the CENTER of it all.
We see on the outside of the wheel of the Rashbi are the directions and so the center of these is the CENTER. The next wheel of four are the elements of the ancients which modern physicists now call the four fundamental forces: Strong nuclear force(water), weak nuclear force(air), electro-magnetism(fire) and gravity(earth). These are the causal level of the four “elements” of the ancients. The center of this wheel is soul/being. The inner most wheel of the Rashbi is the four metals, iron, gold, copper, silver. The center is another kind of “gold” revealed in the “sepher Aish Mezareph” which delineates seven kinds of gold. This all gives us a total of fifteen, the value of the kamea of Shabbatai(3X3) in rows and the oldest name of HaShem-Yod-Heh=15.
If we study the medicine wheels of the ancient American natives we find they used a wheel of twenty ‘elements” called the twenty count which is covered extensively in the writings of Hyemeyohsts Storm, the Cheyenne shield maker. We could add the Five levels of Soul of the mekubalim:Nephesh,Ruach,Neshamah,Chayah,and Yechidah(center unity) to our Hebrew wheel to bring the count to twenty. These levels of soul also correspond to the five human senses. If we want to include the special “colors” and “crystals” that the Torah lists in Terumah as part of the Mishkan. we may even go to a full 25 count wheel which gives us the number of boxes of the Kamea of Meadim(5X5 picture above with 13=echad in the center) and the number of letters in the Shema. The Rashbi in Zohar terumah says the 25 letters of the Shema are the 13 parts of the Mishkan plus the 12 stones on the Choshen=25. It is ALL about the CENTER. We have there in the center a “direction”, a “metal”, an “element”, and a “soul” and a “crystal”. We have the Mishkan in Earth. Baruch HaShem and Happy Adar” The month of Purim is here!
The seven handmaidens of Esther(Sacred Earth) as mentioned in chapter two of the Megillah are related to the seven planetary spheres of the ancient mekubalim and astrologers. Rabbi Gershon Winkler mentions this amazing fact in his latest radio interview. These planetary “chiefs” are doing some amazing dancing as we move to and through the days of Purim. Saturn/Shabbatai and Mars/Meadim, mentioned above; are in exact sextile(Mogen David division of the circle) and stay there for these weeks! This is very unusual. They are in the mazzal of the scales and the lion..
Happy Adar!