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 06, 2016

Finding the true shape of the Universe with ancient Hebraic and aboriginal worldview

Finding the Center and the true shape of the Universe with ancient Hebraic and aboriginal worldview: Incorporating the soul realm into modern transformational astrology: Self and Source: I and Thou:
When we work with the ancient Hebraic (and Egyptian, Arabic, Chaldean) and geocentric/aboriginal worldview, as well as following the development of modern personality and psychological/humanistic astrology(heavily influenced by Greco-Roman archetypes) a unique perspective may evolve. The ancients viewed the planets as markers of vast hechalot/heavenly palaces that surround the Earth sphere in onion like layers which is all related to movement/vibration. They viewed the Earth as a nexus between a physical universe and a far vaster and complex soul realm. We have the knowledge in a revealed form that the Earth is actually animated by three stupendous turning movements, rotation, revolution and precession, where our sun only turns in two ways, rotation and revolution. The truth of how the Earth globe moves was once a closely guarded secret in the mystery schools. Many people still do not understand how this works. With this we may fathom how it is that the Earth is actually in the center of the whole deal since she interfaces with three vast vibrational fields because of that slow precessional wobble of approximately 26,000 years.  It isn't a coincidence that it takes precisely that much time-26,000 years for light to travel to the galactic center from our Earth. This reveals to us that this third great movement of the Earth brings us into a synchronous pulse with the galactic center.  Although we may not directly experience this vibrational field interfacing this Earth movement we have a clue here as to where part of the soul realm may interface with the physical realm. The native elders say that when we die, "drop our earthly robes", we put on our robes that include the bigger medicine wheels of the spirit world.  In the ancient temple traditions humanity has and is undergoing transformations that are called initiations and these relate to our ability to access consciously the heavenly palaces. In the Hebrew initiation tradition of the mekubalim (kabbalists) these are called passages of the "Priest", "Sovereign", "Scribe" and "Judge". In this view we may see a global initiation right now involving the Hechal/palace of the Levanah/Moon. This may be called the Moon Kiva/temple within the Earth.

The Kamea/grid of the moon (image enclosed) is the most complex(there is a number grid for each of the seven "planetary palaces") with eighty-one seats/halls of initiation (small boxes within). It incorporates so to speak the forty-five planetary chiefs/(chayot in Hebrew) of the Saturn hechal(total value of that Kamea/square=45) with the thirty-six seats/sovereigns of the sun/shemesh grid which are star/solar beings. 45+36=81 The religions/prayer-forms that have followed the lunar calendars ( Jews, Moslems, Tibetans. Certain Pagans and aboriginals) have played a key role in unifying the soul tree/realm in the physical creation.  Along with the sacred solar calendar count of Christianity these various ceremonial calendars have played a big part in a global healing and awakening. . We needed thousands of years to cover this work called the magnum opus by alchemists. The ancient astrology includes the relationship to a vast and complex soul/spirit world which also interfaces with the nature spirits of the elemental “kingdoms” including plant, animal and mineral. The three outer “transpersonal” planets spoken about so much these days in modern astrology, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, are aligned in the Hebrew with the three letters called “mothers”(Sefer Yetzirah) and directly relate to the three ways the Earth globe turns as well as the octaves/spirits of the planets Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.  In the soul realm they involve the elemental chiefs called the Sarim in Hebrew. The understanding of the Sarim is a key to world events since these beings play a big role in the prophetic traditions including Islam. In Islam they are referred to as the Imam Mahdi, the Dajall and Isa. You may find hundreds of videos and Islamic teachings about these three although mostly with only a partial and "spinned" understanding of what they are about.
So we may see with the big aspects like Pluto square Uranus spoken of often in modern astrological circles a realigning of modern psyche based humanistic astrology(Uranus) with the very soul roots(Pluto) of the ancient religions and aboriginal wisdom traditions. We are in a global Earth soul awakening as grandmother Twylah Nitsch related in her book, “Other Council Fires Were Here Before Ours”.  This treatise explained about this “fifth world” of “Illumination” we have entered as the Mayans, Pueblos and others have predicted. The movement through the seven worlds explained in these Seneca oral teachings parallel the initiation through the seven Hechalot/Planetary palace heavens(see image of the seven grids with Hebrew numbers) and the seven underearths in ancient Hebraic teachings.


vincent said...

What do you think of this alignment? Also scorpio/snake (eagle)plays a part, with the Saturn aspect there.
- Not too esoteric, if you can.

vincent said...

The transit of Satrurn i mean. I found this:
And what about the whole chat, alignment?

vincent said...

Kind of a paradox, the way i understand it: the more Torah you study, the wiser and better person you become, the less influenze the mazzal has on you.(as it was/is suppossed to be with Israel)We got that straight. Here is some info nevertheless, since Jews and Gerim alike are infuenzed to some extend by this nowadays. For you or your readers Dov, or not. Never mind. Take care.