Moon in Aquarius

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These people’s emotions lies in their intellect and their ability to bring originality into the table. This is supposedly one of the best places for the moon to be in. This is because Aquarius is a humanitarian sign. It sees the bigger, broader picture and does not typically suffer the emotional turmoil that other signs typically have to deal with. It’s ruler Uranus symbolizes detachment, originality, revolution, new ideas, and innovation.

These people are great thinkers and leaders. Whereas, suns in Aquarius people come off as cold and detached, they don’t have to reap the disadvantages of this sign. They challenge, think, and bring ideas to the table. They may sometimes play the devil’s advocate as a result of being so open minded and having their minds flying through all realms and places.

They are magnetic, and can attract lots of people around them because they are so fun and interesting to be around. However, in a relationship they can have problems as they are not very giving emotionally and will be detached. They view love as a kind of friendship that assists them in exploring the world around them.

They have broad knowledge about everything. They are like the jack of the trades in the zodiac. They have knowledge in every subject. They can be clairvoyant in the sense that through their mind analytic powers, they can put the pieces of a puzzle together very easily.

However, their detached reactions can put off people in the wrong way, and since they are not as empathetic or intuitive as the cancers and the pisces of the zodiac, they just will not understand why someone can be hurt by their actions.

They will always try to be original and always bring something new to the table. Playing the devil’s advocate may get tiring for others around them sometimes but they emotionally strive off of their unconventionality. They are the thinkers of the zodiac, the interesting odd minds that will fascinate you and spin your head a little bit. They are the perfect combination of intellect and unconventional with the logo of unique written all across their forehead.

 

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Moon in Scorpio

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The moon is our emotions. It is our inner world. It represents the fourth house, our home, our inner world and our comfort zone.

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Scorpio is the sign of the phenex, the eagle and the scorpion. This is one of the most complex signs of the zodiac. They are the epitome of passion and strength. Their mind is penetrating, and they build on their wounds. They bury their wounds deep inside and let it be the fire for whatever endeavor they choose.

These people remember everything and they hold their memories close. That’s how they were set up as this is what they use as a defensive mechanism as they analyze every experience in order to have a better advantage of life’s battles. They use their experiences to rise up above everyone else. But they won’t do it before going inward and experiencing some emotional turmoil first.

They tend to have hard lives filled with struggles in their family lives and childhoods. This is what fuels their passion as they will do whatever it takes to not repeat the same sort of circumstances. This scorpionic individual remembers clearly what it was like to hear her father walk out of her and her mother’s life.

So after you gain her trust and win her heart, she will be possessive, and suspicious. Her complexity and intellect will drive you insane. But that  is only because she does not want the same situations to repeat. She will protect her heart at all costs. She will seduce you, in pencil heels, and penetrate your mind and body like nobody else ever has. Yet if you break her heart, she might just spend years plotting revenge. She’s an all or nothing kind of gal, and if you don’t adhere to this mindset, you better prepare for a rough ride because she will drive you insane.

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Moons in scorpios find it difficult to detach from their emotional turmoil, forgive and let go of vengefulness. However, if they evolve, work on themselves, perhaps even receive therapy, they can be much like their symbolism; a phenex rising from the ashes. If you break her heart, she will use these very pieces to acheive whatever it is that she likes, and that is just so that the next time she sees you, she can see the look on your face when you feel like punching yourself in the face for losing her. Because she will have the hottest body, the highest heels, cherry red lipstick to drive, and the perfect dress to push anybody over the edge and she would have earned all of it herself.

Lilith in astrology and integrating the shadow self.

Who was lilith? Anyone familiar with Jewish mythology will know that lilith was Adam’s first wife. God created her not from his rib, but was created as Adam was. She is featured in the talmud, and the dead sea scrolls and the bible has this creature’s secretive lure on it as well.

“34:15 there she-shall-nest the great-owl, and she-lays-(eggs), and she-hatches, and she-gathers under her-shadow:”

She whispered God’s name and fled from the Garden of Eden as she firmly refused Adam to be subservient towards him during sex. She fled to the red sea where she mated with demons and spawned demon children. Upon her departure, three angels were sent to take her back to Adam. She refused them and as a result they told her thousands of her children would be killed as a result. She then promised to kill each of Adam’s children unless they had amulets with the names of the Angels inscribed on them.

In astrology she is the repressed, shunned feminine in all of us. She is the side of us that was taken from us in order to conform to society and cope with our pain. In a man’s chart, she is the woman he fears the most; the woman that has the power to  drive him to madness.

To find out where she is on your chart, go on http://www.astro.com. Click on my astro, and click on “Create a horescope immediately, as a guest user.” Enter in your birth date, where you were born and the time. Then click on “Extended Chart Selection” down at the bottom. Type in  “1181, h13, h21, h58″ on the bottom collumn used to type in additional bodies and asteroids.

So what makes lilith so special? She is self-righteous, confident, and she stays true to herself and her feelings at all times. She’s honest, yet she’s like a complex riddle. She’s unpredictable, and absolutely ruthless when it comes to getting what she wants. And she will sacrifice even her own desires to prove a point or to rescue her sense of self.

The asteroid lilith is the part of us that is suppressed and humiliated. This is the part of us that feels marginalized for expressing that aspect of ourselves. An example of this would be a girl who has lilith in aries. She would be told as a child not to express her wild nature, and she would be coerced to a role that is more acceptable and that opposed her carefree, independent, impulsive nature. She will be bullied into a more compliant role and she will be likely to repress that aspect of herself for a long time until she is triggered into situations where that aspect of her is forced to come out. She will be triggered in situations that replicate this child-hood covered and she will even eventually attract her animus in relationships and will be so scared of the energy of this relationship that she will be forced to explore this hidden aspect of her psychologically. She’d be so away from this type of energy that at first she will find this partner or person to be emotionally disruptive. But as she tunes more and more into this Lilith energy, the strangeness will disappear and soon she will be close to a state of balance and learn to express herself as she was always meant to.

The Dark moon Lilith is the dark side of an individual. This is the part of us that is willing to to be just as evil as everyone else for the sake of revenge. This is the extremely sensitive part of us all of us that has been shunned, badly wounded and the side of us that we are just willing to do anything and everything to make sure that such a situation never repeats. Yet if it does, this is the side that make us absolutely ruthless.

The Black Moon Lilith is our sexual, intuitive, and seductive nature. It is the part of us that oozes sexuality. A woman with prominent Black moon lilith to her angles and planets will ooze sexuality. This is where our prana, or sexual energy is focused on.

 

 

Is Astrology legitimate ?

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Astrology can provoke very dynamic forms of opinions. You’ll have a few that just don’t connect with their sun sign description or care much to check magazines and news papers for their daily horescopes and then you’ll find a select a few that live by these ancient descriptions of their archetypes.
But astrology happens to be much more complex and dynamic in nature than contrary belief. You are not only your sun sign and your sun sign might be so insignificant in your birth chart that you may not identify with it at all. But this is a subject that has been dumbed down greatly and filtered to a minor aspect that plays no major role in the greater functioning of things.
This subject having been greatly reduced to its basics would put the ancient civilizations that have used this system and included this into their daily lives, in shame. Astrology arised in the 2nd millenium in Babylon(modern day Iraq) as a means of weather forecast which evolved into a system designed to predict planetary influences on a person. This system started with Babylonian texts known as Enuma Anu Enlil which compirsed of seven thousand celestial omens. Thirty two tablets containing planets associated with Gods and Goddesses that represented archetypes. These goddesses and planets correspond to everything here on earth from personality traits, to colours, to even crystals and metals.
Later, astrology was adapted by Egypt as it was conquered by the Persians in 525 BC who were said to have been influenced by the Mesomatamian influences. Egypt formed a system as they followed 36 constellations known as the decans that rose consecutively on the horizon throughout each earth rotation. A new decan rose every ten days with a set of stars with corresponding divinities. The rising and setting of decans marked ‘hours’ and groups of 10 days made an Egyptian year. The book of Nut is the source of the decan ideology.
Later egyptian and babylonian astrology combined after Alaxender the Great occupied Egypt to create horescopic astrology. This contained the Babylonian zodiac with its system of planetary exaltations, the triplicities of the signs and the importance of eclipses. Along with this it incorporated the Egyptian concept of dividing the zodiac into thirty-six decans of ten degrees each, with an emphasis on the rising decan, the Greek system of planetary Gods, sign rulership and four elements.
Through Alexander the great’s conquest, he was exposed to the ideas of Babylon, Syria, Central Asia and Persia. At 280 BC, A priest of Bel from Babylon moved to the Greek island of Kos in order to teach astrology and Babylonian culture to the greeks. From that emerged two types of astrology. One with more of a theurgic nature which involved the transformational process of an individual required for his/her ascension. The other type took more of a personal horescopic role informing the individual of their life, past, present and future.
However, as astrology travelled to western Europe, this art became fragmented as a result of the loss of Greek scientific astronomy which was due to condemnations by the church. Yet, even in the 1500s, physicians were required to use the moon cycles as a way to indicate when medical procedures should be done.

 

 

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Nostradamus, a French apothecary and seer is known for his published collections of prophecies; some of which had came true. His method to construct these prophecies were judical astrology with a pinch of gifted intuition. He has predictred the Great Fire of London, a three day blaze that affected a total of 80, 000 locals, world war two, the birth of Hitler(written in his texts as Hisler) and his consequtive rise to power, death of the Kenedy brothers.
Today, astrology is not seen as legitimate and at times it is rightly so thought this way but it to regrard this anceint art passed down for centuries by civilizations consequtively is illogical. Astrology is an intuitive and dynamic art. A planet and/or sign has several different potentials and manifestations, and covers many different domains. Venus rules the earthy taurus as the balance-seeking libra. This planet represents beauty, love, harmony, the arts, sweets, justice, peace, pleasure, finances, luxury and femininity.

The Magical Program and How it works (Alchemy continued)

The Magical program is basically a defined, well-understood complex version of the law of attraction. It is not measured by whether the commend works or not. It is measured by the degree at which the ritual works.

 

Magicians for the most part understand the laws of the universe and the forces that affect our world. Astrology, an art developed by the Babylonians over thousands of years (at least western astrology)

is a great participant in this game. Magicians, black and white alike know that planets are associated with different objects, events, aspects, and traits. 

 

Unlike the Law of Attraction which only deals with thoughts, intentions, emotions and energies, the magic sometimes involves invoking and evoking spirits as well. 

Magicians are often referred to as either a “white magician” or a “black magician.” But what does it mean to be either one? Black Magicians are usually satanists and during a ritual they refer to the spirit evoked as Gods whereas white magicians speak to these entities as slaves. Black magicians accept Satan as their Lord. 

 

Since magicians are aware of the multiplicity of spirits’ nature, they often refer to these entities as more than one name. They can equate different gods and goddesses from different mythology and they know the singular root story; God fighting with his “evil” brother or dual forces at war with each other. 

A Vital part of magic is the hidden properties in all things. They are the Spirit, Air, Water, and

Earth. They are also the planets; the sun, moon, venus, mercury, saturn, jupiter and mars. 

 

These properties have correspondences in personality, body parts, odors, points on a campus, angels and colors. For example, the Element Fire is associated with the color red, south, energy, the Djinn, and copper. 

 

When partaking in ritual magic, the magicians starts with cleansing the ritual space. The fragrance of the ritual space usually correlate with the energy they are trying to bring forward. Then the magicians draw symbols into the air like banishing pentagrams and hexagrams and slowly imagine everything to disappear. 

 

There are two types of actions done in a ritual. A magician engages in invoking when a magician wishes to invoke a spirit or energy or partakes in the action of banishing when he wishes to dispell a certain type of energy. Invoking usually involves names being vibrated while drawing symbols into the air. 

 

There are usually five types of tools used in a ritual. They include the wand, the sword/dagger, the cup/goblet, the scrying mirror and the pentacle. 

 

The wand is used to draw invoking symbols into the air. This tool is associated to fire or the spark of the light, will, desire, archangel micheal, the animal lion, the color red, the direction South, the animal lion and a male’s ability to start life. 

The sword  is used to draw banishing symbols onto the air. It is associated with the element air, the direction east, and the angel Rapheal. 

 

The Calise/Cup/Goblet represents water, the feminine quality of the womb, and its ability to bear life, life force, the color blue, dreams, emotions, psychic abilities, the direction west and the angel Gabriel. 

 

The scrying mirror is used as a medium to communicate with spirits and astral travel. It is a piece of glass that is painted black. It is associated with the moon. 

 

The pentacle is a wooden or clay disk with a pentagram drawn on it. It represent the earth, the direction north, the color green and brown, and arch angel Uriel.This is also called a talisman that is usually infused with a spirit or a type of energy in order to do a particular task to altar the physical world. For example if you want to become a better author, you infuse your talisman with the energy of Mercury. Then you consecrate and declare your intent. This should be done on a day and hour related to Mercury. 

 

Signs of a successful evocation are a sudden wind, odor, noises and voices. Evocations are usually dangerous for the inexperienced as some spirits or demons appear in a hideous appearance, with a nasty smell and a horrific voice. 


When evoking a spirit, a sigill; the symbol of the spirit is drawn on an talisman. The sigill is formed from a

magic square of a grid of numbers called a kimia. To use a kimia one would convert each letter to a number and draw lines connecting the numbers as per the sequence of the name. Then the talisman is painted in the color and in the material corresponding to the planet of the grid.


Then the spirit is evoked inside a magical triangle that confines the spirit. There must be a scrying mirror or steam or smoke in order to see the spirit visually. The spirit must be commended to reveal itself in a manner that is not hideous and speak in a soothing voice in your native tongue. An object bearing that spirit’s sigil is placed on the triangle and this object is subjected to injury to force the obedience of the spirit. 

Then there is Theurgic magic. Theurgic magic is the transformation of the self by knowledge and conversation with one’s guardian angels. This requires a series of rituals known as “The Great Work.” It is the highest achievement of white and black magicians. Alchemy describes this sort of spiritual development. The individual steps are called initiation and one could undergo the journey without the help of a Free-masonic lodge or groups derived from the Order of the Golden Dawn although it will take longer. This great work is to rid one’s self the gap between the lower and higher self.


This is done to attain spiritual powers. People with a high vibratory rate have more power to altar their realities and gain more spiritual insight. The higher self is said to make whatever it is that you want happen whereas the lower self is stuck in the material realm and is a prisoner to their own innate nature and circumstances. Reaching the higher self means to take control of one’s evolutionary nature and evolving further in a spiritual being.


Black magicians often speed up this process by using the help of Lilith and Satan but for this, they would have to sell their soul first. This combines their demonic and angelic counterparts.  

Trathaka (Candle Meditation, Sun and Moon Gazing)

 An ancient technique deriving from the ancients priests of Egypt themselves, Trathaka is staring at a glowing object consistently until you tear up and you can easily form the picture of the image before hand after you close your eyes. This is brings the mind to stillness and all other distractions dissolve away.

 

People used this technique to activate their pineal gland, practice meditation, and to witness the benefits that this technique will cause. This technique is said to increase self-confidence, will power and patience and to transform their innate bad qualities to good ones. 

 

Sun gazing is one method in which people practice trathaka. This method is noted in ancient Hindu and Jain

scriptures. The benefits are endless and one man lived off the sun’s energy alone. Hira Raten Manek upon practicing this has lived off of water alone for 411 days for several years. 

 

We need a lot of energy for the digestion of food and for our brain/mind in order to deal with mental problems, depression and negative emotions. Sun Gazing provides this energy and you may find yourself feeling more grounded in touch with your core essence without the negative garbage that we all suffer from every now and then. 

 

Sungazers report to sun gaze within two hours after sun rise or before sunset when the UV index is a low 2 or below. On day one, before sunset or after sunrise, stand bare feet in bare grass and stare at the sun for ten seconds. Everyday, increase the time span by ten seconds until you do this for nine months. Walking bare feet for 45 minutes is recommended as well. 

 

During the first three months of doing this, you will see improvements in personality traits that you once deemed negative. You may no longer be a prisoner to your primitive, evolutionary nature or your subconscious triggers. During the first three months, the pineal gland starts getting activated and the hypothalamus or pathway to the brain from the eye gets charged. Hira Raten Manek’s pineal gland is 8X11 mm as opposed  to the the greatest average of a pineal gland of a person that is over fifty is a pineal gland of 6X6 mm. 

 

Practicing this could also help with the ability to be guided by one’s intuition. Spiritual ignorance ceases to exist and you simply know how to make decisions and decipher between facts. Your mind becomes balanced and you are have a better ability to judge. Bad qualities like anger, greed and jealousy disappears. You become a more compassionate person. You become positive and fearless. Mental depression dissolves away. Psychiatrists are observing that a lack of sunlight is one of the factors that cause depression. 


After six to nine months, your hunger levels will decrease and cravings will cease to exist. In some cases, you won’t feel a need to live off of food and can stay without it like Hira Raten Manek. As a result of your pineal gland activating, you may have more spiritual insight and even gain clairvoyant abilities. 

 

If one doesn’t necessarily have the day to themselves, they can use the night for a similar method known as

candle gazing. The benefits are similar and who wouldn’t want to endure the relaxing sensations of having a candle light their bedroom.  

 

First light a candle and make sure it is directly in front of your eyes. Make sure the candle is placed eye-level A dark room is often preferred. Close your eyes and take five deep breaths in and out. Make sure your posture is straight and start staring at the candle flame. Keep doing this until you tear up. Once that takes place, close your eyes right away and try to picture the aftermaths of the image you just stared at. 

 

According to the Gheranda Samhita; one of the three classic texts of hatha yoga, this practice promotes clairvoyance. This practice has all the benefits of sun-gazing except this doesn’t specifically decrease hunger levels. 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

The Occult and Mythological Archetypes

The occult is the broad term that represents the mystical aspect of all religions. It is what is hidden and usually marked by paranormal phonomena. It is the hardest sequence of organization to figure out as of yet but that doesn’t stop conspirators to leave their marks every now and then. But what do they actually believe? Secret societies were not made up of simple-minded “sheeps” but were made up of individuals that tried to figure out the truth through science, history, mythology, and the known and the lesser-known ancient texts. They dug their way through all told truths and falsities as they constructed a legendary cult of their own.

The movie “The Zeidgeist” has taken everyone by storm. Some of it’s content has been proved to be wrong but the main message of it is significant when understanding the occult. The occult believes in archetypes. They believe in mythological characters that are all interconnected to each other, some even being related to symbolic ideas, planets, elements, etc. Some stories are even symbolic and taken as truth as they know that civilizations and groups that had no way to contact each other tell the same story just in a slightly different format.

The Serpent

The first symbolic idea is the serpent. The serpent or snake is used to represent wisdom, shrewdness the

ability to deceive at will, and the type of knowledge no one can compare with. Even though warm-blooded animals at an average are much smarter, the serpent still made it’s mark as the genius in almost every single culture. Perhaps, it is because it doesn’t look as ‘innocent’ as let’s say a bunny rabbit? It looks sly as it slithers through the grass and when it reaches you, you’ll be taken by surprise as it leaves it’s mark. But perhaps this reptilian creature is so famous because the ability to calculate and deceive at will was either respected or dreaded greatly in every culture/civilization and thus its popularity? Even the world’s favorite figure; Jesus says “be as harmless as doves and wise as a serpent.”

The serpent makes it’s mark through the Mythology of the Aztecs, Greek mythology, and symbologies of the Incas and native Americans. Even the Gods and goddesses of Chinese mythology is represented by dragons and snakes. Hindus give significance to the serpent but the most famous civilization other than Genesis of course is Egyptian culture. The snake is worn by pharaohs on their forehead. But what could the reason behind the serpent-significance be?

In Genesis, it was the serpent that seduced Eve onto eating the forbidden fruit telling her that she will be as the Gods and know good and evil.

The Kundalini energy that goes up your spine through your chakras onto your ajna chakra or the pineal gland so you can have a sixth sense also forms into the shape of a snake as it rises up to your kundalini.

Even the way the Egyptians wore their eyeliners look a lot like the shape of the pineal gland itself? Is the story of Genesis symbolic of the opening of the third eye and did the Egyptians know secrets that we aren’t aware of?

Their building of the pyramids seem to have put a mark in world history and the way they built it is a mystery. Even in their own writings, there are no texts stating how they built it. But secret societies, the Rosicrucians being one claim the roots of their beliefs and practices go all the way back to the the Egyptian mystery schools. So it isn’t far-stretched to believe that this civilization was home to some of the greatest secrets of the universe and nature of humanity that the occult were and still are dedicated on finding out. Egypt being their primary source is nothing surprising. Even Plato, one of the greatest philosophers in history studied for 13 years in Egypt.

The Flood

Then there is the flood tale. There were giants on earth, be it nephilim, fallen angels, or something

else. God frowned upon the evil that took place in those days. Hidden knowledge that could be a cause of the evil that humans were partaking in were being exposed. So God decided to flood the world and the purest couple were given a chance to take refuge. So they took two of every animal, created transportation and eventually repopulated the earth after the flood.

The most famous of this tale lies in the bible and the book of Enoch. The Earth was populated with fallen angels or the “Sons of God” who invented a new creature known as the Nephilim after mating with the “daughters of man.” God wasn’t happy with the evil that took place and decided to flood the world. Admidst the evil dwellers was the pure Noah who with his wife and three children built an arch and took two of every animal and survived the flood.

But stories like this isn’t only in the bible. Atlantis which as a concept has it’s roots in Plato’s teachings (which sprung from Egypt) was said to sink due to a flood.

In Chinese mythology, the water god Gong nearly flooded the world as he wanted to spread the horizon of his influence but was stopped by the righteous god Zurong.

In Greek mythology, of course after the opening of the Pandora’s box, Zeus was enraged at the evil that mankind was doing so he plotted to destroy everything. But Prometheus came to the rescue as he warned a man named Deucalion who built a chest and survived the flood.

In Norse mythology, the flood that consumed humanity was created by the God Amer. Burgelmir and his wife survived the flood.

The Sumerians say that a man named Utnaphistum built a boat and took his wife and two of every animal after god flooded the earth. He even released a dove like Noah to check for dry land.

There is the hindu tale of Vishnu’s first incarnation that was of a fish that warned a man named Manu to build an arch that would save his life in the famous flood.

Then there is Loneman, the Christ figure of a native american tribe called the Mandons. Lone man was born of a virgin girl eating corn by transforming himself to a carnal of corn which by the virgin girl ate from which led to her pregnancy. When Loneman became a young man, he went on a boat trip with twelve guides despite the bad weather. When the boat was finally endangered by a whirlpool, Lone man rose to his feet and claimed that it was he who created the water to which the whirl pool dissipated. During his travels, Lone man stopped by a piece of land of a village who he spoke to regarding an upcoming flood and advised them to build a fortress. The flood did come and only protected those that believed in him.

Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden isn’t simply a tale of the bible. The Persians have a version of their own with

slightly an alteration of the spelling of the place. They call it the Garden of Heden which was said to be the first habitation of humans but the primal couple like in the bible was seduced by a serpent and “fell.”

Lastly, there is the greek version featuring the Garden of Hersperides where golden apples of immortality grew which gave humans the ability to see far away. But to punish humanity, the ability was eradicated.

The Tower of Babel

This famous story of King Nimrod in Babylon wanting to build a tower that would reach the heavens but in return causing God to confuse the languages of the workers and parting their ways to populate different areas of Earth is not exclusive to the Bible.

The Aztecs of Mexico has a tale of their own. They say giants possessed the land and because of their arrogance, they wanted to build a tower that would reach the heavens. This made God angry and he sent his minions down to confound them which led to their separation.

Christ Figure

Every culture possesses a Christ figure. This figure is a magician, a civilizer, the chosen one, the sacrificed and the wanderer. Sometimes he resurrects but he never fails to leave a mark in history. Zeidgeist seemed to have claimed some uncanny parallels that all turned out to be fabricated but the point that he did put across as “food for thought” is that every culture has a Christ-like figure or figures that embody some of the traits that Jesus embodied. The Occult understand this and like many other figures have multiple names for the same being.

Vericocha, the supreme god of the Incas was a teacher, and a healer. A day after a flood, the Incas were approached by Vericocha. He cured the sick, healed the blind and taught men how to live in peace and love. He did miracles as praiseworthy as Jesus. He moved mountains and made streams of fresh water flow. As a teacher, he taught agriculture, architecture and science. He was a different race from the locals having been a man passed middle age, with blue eyes and a full grey beard. He also adressed the locals as his children. He parted from the Incs by sailing across the sea promising to return one day. He was said to be killed by jealous conspirators and his body was placed on a boat and cast away.

Osiris, the sun god of the Egyptians was a civilizer as well. He like Jesus Christ is known for

Resurrection. He abolished cannibalism and human sacrifice. He established the first legal code. Just like Jesus Christ, he left the kingdom and traveled around the world teaching other people. When he returned to Egypt, his brother Set killed him by locking him into a coffin and throwing him into the Nile River. Since, the coffin didn’t drown and Set eventually found this out, he cut his brother’s pieces. Isis, his wife found his body and recombined the body parts with sorcery. She failed to find the penis and substituted one with gold. He didn’t live long after that but he is said to periodically reappear to humans.

As previously mentioned, the savior figure of the Mundan people; Lone man was also born of a virgin, settled turbulant waters while boarding a boat and was perfect in all his ways.

Another figure who takes on the theme of sacrifice is the God Pharoah from the people of Mali. He transformed himself to a fish and sacrificed himself for the sins of his brother. Like Osiris, he was cut into pieces and scattered.

There appears to be common themes taking place. Most of these figures were some kind of teachers whose intent was to spread knowledge and wisdom to humanity. Osiris and Jesus for example went around teaching and Vericocha spread the knowledge of the sciences among the Incas. Osiris, like Jesus was destroyed by “evil” or “the bad” but resurrected. God Pharoah died for the sins like Jesus was said to have and Lone man’s beginning had all of the characteristics that Jesus had but his story emerged differently.

Occultists speak of the Christ figure as a “major setback” to the plan. They say he took a huge risk coming here as if his guarantee back to heaven is only a myth.

But what brought such similar themes to the stories of these civilizations and cultures? And is the university approach of cultural exchange really a definitive answer to such a question?

The Gods and Goddesses

The interesting thing about mythology is that the Gods and Goddesses of one mythology don’t only correlate to related cultures but many Gods and Goddesses have corresponding versions of themselves admidst the same mythology.

One example is Aphrodite and Astarte which are Greek Goddesses representing beauty, love and

fertility. They are also related to other Goddesses around the world such as Venus, Innana, Ishtar, and Ashtoreth. Innanna the goddess of ancient Mesopotamia went to the underworld to visit her sister; her darker aspect Erishkigal who ended up absorbing some of her positive qualities and even her body.

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This multiplicity is also depicted when we consider the most infamous figure of all time; Satan. He is equated

with the villain of every mythology by occultists and satanists. He is Set who like Satan stood by God who then proceeded to make war with Horus; the seed of Osiris. Ahriman; a persian god is another God that the occultists associate with Satan as he is wicked in his nature and is at war with his righteous brother Ahura Mazda. Hades, the Greek god of the underworld may have not been at war with Zeus. However, occultists believe that they are currently at war. Their idea of the relationship between God and Satan takes a “God and his evil brother” theme. This represents duality at it’s most as Satan is the evil aspect of God.

Occultists also associate Satan with the fallen angel Azazel in the Book of Enoch. He is the leader of 200 angels who came down to the garden of Eden. In the book of Enoch, instead of the fruit being given to Eve, the fall of humanity came in the form of magical knowledge or “knowledge of good and evil” being spread. Occultists believe that the serpent tempted Eve in the form of Azazel when being possessed by Satan.

Azazel is also equated to Lucifer and to the Greek figure Prometheus. Prometheus stole the fire from the God and gave it to humanity who later got punished by Zeus by being tied to a rock and having an eagle peck at him. He is depicted as clever and rebellious. These three are known as the “light bringer” or the “torch bearer.”

And of course there is God who is represented by all mythologies and religions as the righteous brother or the benevolent being in war with evil. He is Jehovah/Yahweh/Allah to the believers of the Abrehemic faith who is associated with Zeus, Jupiter, Ahura Mazda and Osiris.

Then there is the son of god who embodied the aspects of God himself or Lucifer that could also be decorated the son of Satan as he too embodied aspects of Satan himself. Horus was also the Sun God just as Jesus also represented God in the flesh; both being a lower octave of the higher.

The multiplicity form of the deities seems to follow the Hindu concept of Avatars where multiple Gods and Goddesses reincarnate in different forms for different purposes.

What possibly could solve this mystery remains a mystery. The perspective of the Occultists are thought-provoking at the very least. They tell you a tale of two forces are at war with each other and each manifests in the physical realm to humanity at different ages and in different forms. They would have you question what side you are on and which side actually is for the betterment of our human race.