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".

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

The mystery of the Sar/Prince of Rome

This artwork of an ancient Roman legend of Pluto, Persephone and Orpheus, is a Rosetta Stone of sorts for the wisdom traditions. It also helps us in understanding the true shape of the world. In the aboriginal traditions all physical "elements" and things have a spirit being association in the other 'continuum" that the ancients called the soul/spirit world. In the western traditions some of these are referred to as angels(book of Enoch3). The key here is that the Roman deity of the under earth, the chief of the metals and wealth, is none other than the Sar, the angel prince of Rome. In the Hebrew lineage tradition there is an angel prince for every nation or language group. What makes the Sar of Rome so significant is that ,he is also a specific metal chief, sometimes these are referred to as the Seraphim. He is also connected to the one level of soul at the root level called nephesh. There are five distinct aspects of the human soul in the Hebrew tradition. The three persons in this painting all have distinct associations in the world of beings and planets and elements as well as in the popularly accepted realm of symbol and archetype. Music as Orpheus, the planetary spirit of Jupiter, carrier of the knowledge of the schools of Pythagoras and Plato is the great awakener here to the goodness of the world.

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