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02-24-2016, 12:04 PM #1
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does anyone know what they stand for or what they mean according to the occult?


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02-24-2016, 12:14 PM #2
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(02-24-2016, 12:04 PM)Case Wrote:  does anyone know what they stand for or what they mean according to the occult?
The Seven Laws of Noah

Faith receives, love gives. No one will be able to receive without faith. No one will be able to give without love. Because of this, in order that we may indeed receive, we believe, and in order that we may love, we give, since if one gives without love, he has no profit from what he has given. He who has received something other than the Lord is still a Hebrew. - Gospel of Philip

02-24-2016, 12:35 PM #3
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(02-24-2016, 12:14 PM)Artful Revealer Wrote:  
(02-24-2016, 12:04 PM)Case Wrote:  does anyone know what they stand for or what they mean according to the occult?
The Seven Laws of Noah

thanks for the link....but it does not say much about the occult in that link....maybe you know different???


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02-24-2016, 12:50 PM #4
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''The occult'' is quite a broad spectrum.

What I know of rainbows is several myths:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbows_in_mythology

In Chinese wisdom, the rainbow is a bridge illustrated by a double-headed dragon. This sky dragon is the mediator between heaven and earth. With two heads, the rainbow dragon is able to intercede on behalf of the people, by relaying their thoughts and prayers from the earth-bound head and sending them to the head pointed heavenwards. The rainbow is also a symbol of yin and yang in Chinese legend. In this sense, the Chinese recognize five colors in the rainbow, and harmonized, they represent perfect balance.

Symbolic meaning of rainbows as a celestial bridge is in old Norse traditions too. This bridge was referred to as the Bifrost. This "rainbow bridge" spanned into the world of the gods - it was called the "Tremulous Way" to Asgard. Here we see another connection of the mundane (earthly) element being transported by channel (the rainbow) into a realm of enlightenment (heaven, or realm of the gods).

This idea of a rainbow is quite common - a connection of this world with the next world or the astral.

There's also the idea that if you find the end of a rainbow; you will find a pot of gold there that will last for eternity.

This idea of bridges linked with cultural meaning of rainbows employs another important symbol: That of the arch, and archways in general. Arches are symbolic of gateways, openings, and portals. When in context of the supernatural occurrence of the rainbow, it's a reference to a portal into heavenly realms (godly, goddess elements, heightened awareness).

When MK-Ultra victims speak of ''going over the rainbow'' they refer to travel outside the body. It's when they spirit body leaves the physical to enter the realm of the spiritual. This is often induced through trauma-or spiritual training.

The rainbow itself also stands for spiritual perfection - it unites all the colours and therefore the whole spectrum of energy. Therefore it is considered a divine sign of good luck in occult circles.

Hope this gave you some answers Smile

Does this give you some idea?

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02-24-2016, 01:10 PM #5
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(02-24-2016, 12:35 PM)Case Wrote:  
(02-24-2016, 12:14 PM)Artful Revealer Wrote:  
(02-24-2016, 12:04 PM)Case Wrote:  does anyone know what they stand for or what they mean according to the occult?
The Seven Laws of Noah


thanks for the link....but it does not say much about the occult in that link....maybe you know different???


Chabad.org:

"According to the sages of the Talmud, there are 70 families with 70 paths within the great Family of Man. And each individual has his or her path within a path. Yet, there is one universal basis for us all.

At the dawn of human history, G‑d gave man seven rules to follow in order that His world be sustained. So it is recounted in the Book of Genesis as interpreted by our tradition in the Talmud. There will come a time, our sages told us, that the children of Noah will be prepared to return to this path. That will be the beginning of a new world, a world of wisdom and peace."



The Noahide laws are seven, but cover a far greater range of laws underneath. Some examples:

- To live with the awareness that every minute detail of this world, down to the least events and tiniest particles of matter, is precisely controlled and guided by Divine Providence according to G-d’s Master Plan. (source)

- Not to believe that the Satan is a rebellious angel or that he runs his own realm of evil — that he in any way does anything apart from what G-d commands him. (source)

- To destroy idols and their associated items — grinding to dust those made of stone, burning to ashes those made of wood, melting those made of metal, etc. This applies not only to worshipped idols themselves, but also to their adornments, pedestals, temples, and sacrificial offerings given to them. Any idolatrous item that comes into a person’s possession must be irrecoverably destroyed, unless the idol worshipers themselves have nullified the items by disrespectfully damaging them or converting the buildings to strictly mundane, non-religious uses.

Examples:
  • To destroy statues of Buddha or Jesus, as well as crosses, and to dispose of the dust or ashes.
  • To demolish Buddhist temples, Christian churches, and Freemasonic temples.
  • To burn Christmas trees and their ornaments.
  • To demolish the Sphinx in Egypt and scatter the dust.
(source)

- This is a prohibition both against making idols for oneself and against having others make idols for him, even if he does not plan to worship the idols nor does he believe in their religions. (See commandment -3 regarding making idols for other people.)

Examples:
  • Not to commission someone to make a statue of Buddha or any Hindu god for oneself.
  • Not to make a cross for oneself.
(source)

- Not to make idols for other people, whether as gifts or for sale. This applies even if the person making them does not worship the idols or believe in them, but is simply doing it for the money.

Examples:
  • Not to make statues of Hindu gods, Buddha, or Jesus for others.
  • Not to make crosses for others.
(source)

- To recognize the pure Oneness and indivisibility of G-d, and that He and He alone rules directly over all of His creation, spiritual and physical; also known as “accepting the yoke of the Kingdom of Heaven.”

Examples:
  • To reject any belief in a “trinity.”
(source)


Noahide Law for the naive.
[url=http://noahide.org/][/url]
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02-24-2016, 01:13 PM #6
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According to Skittleism, the meaning of rainbows is to taste them.  Big Grin
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02-24-2016, 02:51 PM #7
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Since you brought up rainbows, I wonder now what unicorns mean as per the occult... They can't be as popular in culture if they didn't symbolize something deeper

I know most symbols but I don't remember reading anything about unicorns... And they are often associated with rainbows coincidentally

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02-25-2016, 06:35 AM #8
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(02-24-2016, 02:51 PM)Tarikko Wrote:  Since you brought up rainbows, I wonder now what unicorns mean as per the occult... They can't be as popular in culture if they didn't symbolize something deeper

I know most symbols but I don't remember reading anything about unicorns... And they are often associated with rainbows coincidentally

"Every myth is steeped in a reality"
why does the movie eyes wide shut have a shop called rainbow in for?

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02-25-2016, 06:37 AM #9
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(02-24-2016, 12:50 PM)Sidhuriel Wrote:  ''The occult'' is quite a broad spectrum.

What I know of rainbows is several myths:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbows_in_mythology

In Chinese wisdom, the rainbow is a bridge illustrated by a double-headed dragon. This sky dragon is the mediator between heaven and earth. With two heads, the rainbow dragon is able to intercede on behalf of the people, by relaying their thoughts and prayers from the earth-bound head and sending them to the head pointed heavenwards. The rainbow is also a symbol of yin and yang in Chinese legend. In this sense, the Chinese recognize five colors in the rainbow, and harmonized, they represent perfect balance.

Symbolic meaning of rainbows as a celestial bridge is in old Norse traditions too. This bridge was referred to as the Bifrost. This "rainbow bridge" spanned into the world of the gods - it was called the "Tremulous Way" to Asgard. Here we see another connection of the mundane (earthly) element being transported by channel (the rainbow) into a realm of enlightenment (heaven, or realm of the gods).

This idea of a rainbow is quite common - a connection of this world with the next world or the astral.

There's also the idea that if you find the end of a rainbow; you will find a pot of gold there that will last for eternity.

This idea of bridges linked with cultural meaning of rainbows employs another important symbol: That of the arch, and archways in general. Arches are symbolic of gateways, openings, and portals. When in context of the supernatural occurrence of the rainbow, it's a reference to a portal into heavenly realms (godly, goddess elements, heightened awareness).

When MK-Ultra victims speak of ''going over the rainbow'' they refer to travel outside the body. It's when they spirit body leaves the physical to enter the realm of the spiritual. This is often induced through trauma-or spiritual training.

The rainbow itself also stands for spiritual perfection - it unites all the colours and therefore the whole spectrum of energy. Therefore it is considered a divine sign of good luck in occult circles.

Hope this gave you some answers Smile

Does this give you some idea?
yeah...this is what i was looking for....well along those lines anyways


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02-25-2016, 07:29 AM #10
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(02-25-2016, 06:35 AM)Case Wrote:  why does the movie eyes wide shut have a shop called rainbow in for?

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"I believe Kubrick was truly trying to convey to us what goes on behind closed doors or at least give us some insight.

Through out 'Eyes wide Shut' there is a multi-coloured theme of rainbows and lights which represent the lavish ,well-off lifestyle of the main character Bill, in almost every scene we see a christmas tree or multi-coloured lights of some sort. The only scenes where this isn't the case is when he is with the secret society doing their rituals in the dark, gloomy red room.

There is shop called 'Rainbow' and shop below it called 'Under the Rainbow'. The 'Rainbow' shop was vibrant and colourful, and notice it rents tuxedos/costumes, whereas the 'Under the Rainbow' shop had no light and had a grotesque-like font style as if Kubrick was trying to convey that 'Going under the Rainbow' is the dark/weird side of the 'Rainbow world' alluding to the ritualistic and demonizing side of the lavish lifestyle which Bill leads.

Moreover, the girls who ask him to leave the 'Rainbow world' show signs of Beta Programming which could mean they are being used to entice him.

So,

Rainbow World: Famous Lifestyle
Going Over/Under the Rainbow: The transition into the ritualistic secret society
Where the rainbow ends: Successfully/Unsuccessfully becoming part of the secret society

In relation to Beta Kitten Programming going 'over the rainbow' means dissociating from reality and entering another persona, which I'm sure people on this forum are very familiar with so this can be taken into account also.

On a deeper level, Rainbows aren't quite an optical illusion, but fairly close in that rainbows are an effect of creating a colorful, happy image when white light is split by the prismatic effect of water in the air.

Therefore, it's a metaphor showcasing where the illusion of a moralistic and ethical life ends and real life begins.(The illusion of the happy, wealthy lifestyle where you are surrounded by women into the real world of rituals, magik and secrecy.)

This is just my interpretation of the messages and symbols throughout the film.

Hope this helps."

http://vigilantcitizen.com/forums/Thread...ht=rainbow
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