Beyond the Soul’s Meridian July 24, 2020
In the culture of Atlantis came a great Adapt whose name was Manu. In esoteric mystery schools, Manu is considered the Noah of the East as his mythology conveys to us that he was an ark builder. As the waters receded, he landed his ark on mount Everest and founded a new postdiluvian civilization. The people that came forth were called the Aryans. Unfortunately, the meaning of this name has been co-opted, inverted, and perverted by dark usurping aspects of the mystery schools, so that its true meaning will forever be forgotten. This was at one time a great name that now inculcates images of terror, world domination, enslavement, and elitism through conditioned feelings of fear, dread, deception, and suffering.
In the beginning, the name Aryan simply meant those people who carried within them the energies of the astrological sign of Aries. Keep in mind that Aries is the first sign of the Zodiac, therefore those humans who emerged into the new postdiluvian world were the first initiates of the New World after the Atlantean disaster. More appropriately, they should be referred to as “Arieans” meaning those of the sign of Aries.
Aries, or Mars, as the Romans referred, was the most despised of all gods of the pantheon because he came to represent war and conflict. Yet, Aries was the first to be summoned when threats to their security arose. Like all our mythological gods, there is a dual nature that exists within them that encompasses light and shadow forces. Just as we possess a darker state of consciousness enslaved to the lower density construct of linear thinking and conflict, and an enlightened state of freedom and liberation through higher spiritual awareness, we are either controlled or empowered by these very same forces which manifest through us. Continue reading “The Return of Mani, the Pure Fool, and the Sons of the Widow”