“Water is an analogy for the spiritual, or indelible essence of soul, which trembles with fear upon entering the ocean of unknown darkness. This is a process as compelling as birth. Reflexively, we have been conditioned to look back mournfully, to the path of the “past” road traveled and the great distance away from home which is the mountain that we came from. Yet, we must enter the ocean at a very great distance from our journey’s beginning. To “not disappear forever” we must come to discover through trials and tribulations that we are not only one in the ocean but one with the ocean’s Source. This is the point where the flow is reversed, when we choose to stop living in the darkness, and return to our spiritual home. This path is an archetypal force of nature and is inevitable for anyone who is ready to move forward into an ascended state of awareness.”
Beyond the Soul’s Meridian June 21, 2022
We have completed a journey that began at the Summer Solstice of last year which was akin to a crucifixion in four parts. This was heralded by the Grand Cross of the 2021 Summer Solstice that signified a transfiguration of the four human bodies. For better or worse, we have finished this cycle with the last phase of the solar energies of this year’s spring equinox affecting our outer body. This solar energy is exposing the dark forces and, in the process, reconfiguring consciousness. It is what we harbor within our soul that will have a direct effect upon our physical form and health.
Throughout this last year we were all forced to choose a path that leads us to a specific conclusion based upon the decisions that we have made over the trials and tribulations that we were forced to experience. This was a wheat and chaff moment and, for the most part (outside of an act of divine intervention), what has been done cannot be undone.
We are at a crossroad known well to any person who has walked the road seeking Higher Truth. What lies before us are two paths. Continue reading “The Alchemist’s Crossroad: Challenges to this Year’s Summer Solstice”
“We are now living in a New Age which is manifesting with the rise of the Divine Feminine coming back into balance. Throughout history, there has always been a third champion of Truth and the human cause who makes herself present in the inner world of human consciousness. This is the goddess known as Pallas Athena or simply Athena. Pallas Athena is virtually the only goddess who can stand up to archonic deception and injustice as she was literally born into existence to do so. Like all the gods of the Pantheon, her nature is synergistic to ascending people. Athena’s true power resides within the human mind.”
Beyond the Soul’s Meridian February 25, 2022
Discernment, otherwise known as the “Knowledge of Good and Evil” is a quality of the mind that is God-gifted. A soul can learn discernment through the spiritual realm or by the wisdom of their own experience, but cannot acquire it through conventional instruction, various forms of teaching, or virtual platforms. This inability to gain wisdom is because one’s insight is limited due to lack of experience and or a direct connection to their higher spiritual self. There is a chance that a person can gain insight through personal mentoring, but only if heart-centered love is exchanged in a state of grace between the pupil and the teacher. Continue reading “Goddess Athena: Mother of the Heroic Soul”
“Ascension is a hero’s journey and can only occur through the darkness that we must come to face, understand, and pass through. Only when our compassion for humanity and love for the Spirit become greater than our fear, can we progress. Only a human being who can surmount these challenges will be allowed to pass into this new existence. Fear exists literally as a guardian to the threshold of our ascension. Understand that we all carry the presence of the Logos (Heavenly Father) within us. We are children of this energy and there is nothing outside of us that can replace this aspect.”
Beyond the Soul’s Meridian January 15, 2021
Having studied the astrology of the 2020 Winter Solstice energies for many months and understanding that it marked the moment when the portal of Christ consciousness opened within the many, I should feel elation. Instead, I (like many) sense an oppressive heaviness, like a person charged to walk through a dark valley of death. A birth has occurred which is destined to change the world, but the agents of hindrance will attempt everything they can to stop it. The life of Jesus was initiated not only by Shepherds and Magi, but by the rage of Herod and the slaughter of the innocents. Continue reading “At the Precipice: A Hero’s Journey”
“Within the egotistically inclined world, justice has become a mockery of what it had been in times of ascended consciousness. Balance must be restored which will never be accomplished through inaction and fear. Therefore, the scales are intimately linked to heroic impulses of the Archangel through its opposite connection to Aries. In ascended form, Aries is associated with Michael the Dragon Slayer, whose forceful actions are needed to restore divine justice and cosmic balance. The Archangel is known as the countenance (face) of God and the Lord of Hosts. In esoteric wisdom, Michael is considered the essential Archangel of our time.”
Beyond the Soul’s Meridian, September 28, 2020
The transition of the seasons at the fall equinox (September 23) signifies a point of balance. This is the period when light is approximately equal to dark. It is in moments of equipoise where portals manifest within our consciousness into higher realms of the spirit and Christ consciousness can manifest.
Continue reading “The Time of Michaelmas”
“In the process of surviving, we must now divorce our self from our true feelings. A human is a being that interfaces between the physical and the spiritual, meaning that deep within, we all know the truth. A recent poll suggests that almost 85% of us know that we are being lied to by the media. (1) So why are we capitulating to their demands?”
Beyond the Soul’s Meridian August 8, 2020
The heart of the summer, which includes the last days of July and the early part of August, is known as the “Dog Days.” The meaning of this phrase has been lost to time through our withering sense of all that is spiritual. Most people today assume that it is an idiom related to an uncomfortable state of inertia that we feel with the effects of continuous hot weather. Looking at a dog panting in the shade under a tree at midday conveys this image well. Continue reading “The Gate of the Lion”