The Anthropocosm

AS ABOVE: SO BELOW: AS WITHIN: SO WITHOUT: The idea of a feminine world is ancient and informed the highest civilisation of all—Egypt. Every woman embodies nature, in imagination and actuality. She also hints at the...

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Coherence

The Throne of Isis speaks to the LAW OF COHERENCE. This rule states that everything in the universe strives to return to a natural state of balance. Left in an unnatural state of order or chaos, particles of matter will gradually find...

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The number of love

The Egyptians knew the secrets of eternal life. This was because they saw no difference between the internal and external worlds: the microcosms and macrocosmos. God then, was mathematically proven using the stereographic projection which...

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Morphogenetics

Here we return to the dodecahedron: It has 12 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges. It represents LOVE and is related to the dance of Earth and Venus as discussed here. The Platonic solids are geometrically formed composites which are so...

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The cosmic furnace

Since the dawn of time, alchemists have turned base metals into gold. Our ancestors considered gold to be the highest form of matter. As human knowledge advanced, some aspects of alchemy gave way to the sciences we know today. And yet, with...

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Colour

Colour is one manifestation of vibration. Colour has a profound effect on our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual states. It is made up of different wavelengths and frequencies. The seven colours of the spectrum (based on the musical...

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Wadjet & Nekhbet

Wadjet was the goddess of protection. As a patron deity she was often depicted as a rearing Egyptian cobra that was a snake common to the delta region. Her oracle was in the renowned temple in Per-Wadjet that was dedicated to her worship and...

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Mafdet

The cheetah symbolises POWER. Cheetahs were known by our ancestors as "flying cats" because at a sprint they appeared to be soaring over the ground. Airborne over half the time, they could accelerate to 75 km/hr straight away and hit a top...

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The Tree of Life

Pakal was a Maya king: Kʼinich Janaab Pakal or simply "Pakal" was buried in a colossal sarcophagus in the largest of Palenque's stepped pyramids. The building was called Bʼolon Yej Teʼ Naah "House of the Nine Sharpened Spears" in...

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The Ouroboros

The Ouroboros is an ancient Egyptian symbol of a serpent eating its tail: There are two factors at work above: corruption and rejuvenation. These two apparently opposite forces result in the eternal swirl of the Ouroboros: after birth we grow...

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The Merkaba

A cube has equal edges: The easiest way to derive a tetrahedron from a cube with sides of one is to draw two diagonal lines of √2 across opposite faces at 90° to one another. By joining the tips the resulting tetrahedron has four sides...

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