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07-07-2015, 02:12 AM #1
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Any tool can be used for good or bad, it's up to the user.

Here the lighting bolt, which can be seen on many people's foreheads is demystified in kabbalah.
This video shows how it's a positive force, the way energy travels in the body.

Within the first 5 minutes, Mr. Passio explains the kabbalistic bolt:
https://youtu.be/jjZ4NyZh1Dc

Now. Some people use the knowledge of humans and nature for bad, to control other people in a dehumanized way (dark masonry, bad people in general).
But many people use the knowledge to make a better world, to spread truth, kindness, care (e.g. light freemasonry).

Be kind. Be light.
This post was last modified: 07-07-2015, 02:13 AM by freedmind.

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07-07-2015, 02:16 AM #2
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You serious? Big Grin

No, you're just bat shit crazy.

flat out bat shit crazy.

Scimi

Out beyond ideas
of wrong-doing,


and right-doing,

there is a field...

...I'll meet you there.
€



Jalaluddin Rumi
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07-07-2015, 03:54 AM #3
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Here are two pictures to illustrate:

İmage

İmage


The sephiroth's are connected by 22 paths, and there's not suppose to be a direct pathway between intellect and mercy, through daath, as i first thought.
As we all know, esoteric knowledge is manipulated by dark forces for dark purposes, such as enslavement.

The tool is neither good or bad. It's the user who can use it for good or bad.

Peace
This post was last modified: 07-18-2015, 02:38 AM by freedmind.

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07-07-2015, 02:31 PM #4
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İmage

Scimi

Out beyond ideas
of wrong-doing,


and right-doing,

there is a field...

...I'll meet you there.
€



Jalaluddin Rumi

07-09-2015, 07:04 AM #5
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@ Freedmind

This nonsense won't fly here, but nice try cupcake.

Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. 
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07-10-2015, 04:36 PM #6
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This post made me think of Harry Potter. Do you think JK Rowling knew about the symbolism behind it when she wrote the books?

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07-11-2015, 10:52 AM #7
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(07-09-2015, 07:04 AM)Skilled Python Wrote:  @ Freedmind

This nonsense won't fly here, but nice try cupcake.

It's kabbala. Your comment does not contribute to a neuanced discussion.

(07-10-2015, 04:36 PM)Vulpes.rex Wrote:  This post made me think of Harry Potter. Do you think JK Rowling knew about the symbolism behind it when she wrote the books?

I remember an interview with her talking about how she wrote the books.
She said, she sat down at a café after her son was born, and just started writing. wrote wrote and wrote.
page after page.
Consciously or subconsciously she knew. Were fed symbolism all our lives but we don't necessarily realise how much it affects us.

What do you think?
This post was last modified: 07-11-2015, 10:57 AM by freedmind.

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07-13-2015, 06:53 AM #8
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(07-11-2015, 10:52 AM)freedmind Wrote:  
(07-09-2015, 07:04 AM)Skilled Python Wrote:  @ Freedmind

This nonsense won't fly here, but nice try cupcake.

It's kabbala. Your comment does not contribute to a neuanced discussion.

(07-10-2015, 04:36 PM)Vulpes.rex Wrote:  This post made me think of Harry Potter. Do you think JK Rowling knew about the symbolism behind it when she wrote the books?

I remember an interview with her talking about how she wrote the books.
She said, she sat down at a café after her son was born, and just started writing. wrote wrote and wrote.
page after page.
Consciously or subconsciously she knew. Were fed symbolism all our lives but we don't necessarily realise how much it affects us.

What do you think?

I never really thought about it much until now. She probably has some knowledge of mythology and symbolism (Sirius = dog star, Nicolas Flamel was a real historical figure, Minevera McGonigal's first name is from Roman lore, etc) and since she started off as an unknown I highly doubt there was any agenda behind it. However, in the later books Harry's scar hurts when he has dreams about Voldemort, their wands are connected, the prophecy says one must kill the other...I can see how one could get an MK vibe from it, as if Voldemort represents a side of Harry's psyche he's trying to "kill" (supress?), but honestly I think some people look everywhere for a conspiracy and make the evidence fit whatever theory they favor.
Meh, most likely just innocent kid's stories.

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Crown the Empire 

07-18-2015, 02:42 AM #9
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The goal is enlightenment. A bolt striking the body showing the pathway to truth and enlightment.

Some people don't want other people to be enlightened.
To prevent other people from reaching enlightment and truth, some people distort the tool, the bolt and the symbolism to keep people in ignorance.

Some people use the teaching to keep people in the dark.

Some people use the teaching to enlight people, as it's meant to do.

Honor.

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07-21-2015, 05:48 AM #10
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(07-13-2015, 06:53 AM)Vulpes.rex Wrote:  
(07-11-2015, 10:52 AM)freedmind Wrote:  
(07-09-2015, 07:04 AM)Skilled Python Wrote:  @ Freedmind

This nonsense won't fly here, but nice try cupcake.

It's kabbala. Your comment does not contribute to a neuanced discussion.

(07-10-2015, 04:36 PM)Vulpes.rex Wrote:  This post made me think of Harry Potter. Do you think JK Rowling knew about the symbolism behind it when she wrote the books?

I remember an interview with her talking about how she wrote the books.
She said, she sat down at a café after her son was born, and just started writing. wrote wrote and wrote.
page after page.
Consciously or subconsciously she knew. Were fed symbolism all our lives but we don't necessarily realise how much it affects us.

What do you think?

I never really thought about it much until now. She probably has some knowledge of mythology and symbolism (Sirius = dog star, Nicolas Flamel was a real historical figure, Minevera McGonigal's first name is from Roman lore, etc) and since she started off as an unknown I highly doubt there was any agenda behind it. However, in the later books Harry's scar hurts when he has dreams about Voldemort, their wands are connected, the prophecy says one must kill the other...I can see how one could get an MK vibe from it, as if Voldemort represents a side of Harry's psyche he's trying to "kill" (supress?), but honestly I think some people look everywhere for a conspiracy and make the evidence fit whatever theory they favor.
Meh, most likely just innocent kid's stories.

Rowling's Harry Potter was preceded in 1990 by the tale of another bespectacled pre teen wizard / mage who was destined to be the One who brought balance. Yep, it even had the train-stop like Rowling's Potter novels. It was called Books of Magic a DC Vertigo comic written by Neil Gaiman.
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