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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Varuni Technical Operation

    The Hindu Wife of Varuna may be called Siddhi, Varuni, or Gauri. Devi Siddhi is the daughter of Shukra--Venus. Their offspring include Bala and Sura--Varuni. Varuni has...
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    Siddha Jalandhara, "Net Holder" and Khandaroha

    In the pith context, aside from the many details, what the Guhyeshvari does is to give us the entire presentation of Completion Stage that hooks...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Guhyeshvari

    Manjushri is the Adi Guru of the Chakrasamvara system. He learned this directly from Guhyeshvari who is Adi Prajna. She is also called Hevajri, and is the primordial teacher as...
  4. Re: Is meditating on "emptiness" better than mindfulness cultivation ?

    This seems pretty close to why there are different mantras and deities.

    What this means, or, why it is at least somewhat scientific, is that Void, or Akash, responds to certain sounds in...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    Well, it could be evasive or defensive, but I tend to consider the things I do as more weaponized. Well, this subject anyway.

    This was relatively long-ranged for a laugh and it struck its target,...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Kriya-Charya teaches Abhisambodhi without explaining Generation and Completion. Many things explain Completion without explaining Abhisambodhi.

    Yoga is between the two and so firstly it draws from...
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    Yes, that is what I found, when I became utterly bogged down in trying to do something that would somehow unify Mayan and Persian ideas with the Egyptians, and so on. Intellectually interesting, but...
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    Yes, this is quite fundamental, and is why although Shentong "clicks" with me personally, it is not necessarily the best way to present or lead in to the subject, and following the stages in...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    Yes! I did this only recently and it worked.

    If you need to unhinge a "sure of itself" human being, this is a fine option, hyena style.

    If you need to subdue a neighbor like ours, a .380 at...
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    Yes, many have difficulty with Emptiness, that is why there are many "Provisional" or "Gradual" stages. So for example, if you go in a Kagyu Dharma Center, they just read Heart Sutra. They won't say...
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    Yes, here again, despite many levels and interpretations, Buddhism will alloy you to the Absolute.

    The early meditations develop Emptiness as well as meditation "With Images", or Sadguna Brahman....
  12. Re: What percentage of internet content originates with the CIA/INTELLIGENCE?

    Jesuits in the case of Alice Bailey and, we might say, Encyclopedists in the case of Robespierre/French Revolution. Pilgrims' Society in the case of Alex Jones and other moderns.

    I probably...
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    Re: Wake up or submit.

    This may be the first time I have noticed anyone willing to accept, say, Samael and Yahweh as close equivalents, associated with a fairly similar description to what I call Animal Soul. I would tend...
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    Yes, One Pointed is Eka Gata, that consciousness which can remain on the tip of a needle indefinitely. This may be cultivated to Vispassa or With Seed or With Images, which is visualization, which...
  15. Re: Would Anyone Be Interested In Doing An Astrological Chart For My Friend?

    I have made them by hand and yes that is time consuming. So no.

    Fortunately, now, it just takes the information and the machine does all the work. I would make a Sidereal version if they want. It...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Continuity from Kriya-Charya to Yoga Tantra

    On a closer look, Paramadya is quite difficult to employ. There are very large mandalas for it, but nothing much that shows the main seventeen deities....
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    Yes you are largely correct about the general historical evolution of Yoga. As "pre-Buddhist" yoga lineages, we trace it, mainly, to Manjushri at Wu Tai Shan in China during the last Ice Age, to...
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    Before Patanjali was Samkhya, which is probably the most ancient and basic "nuts and bolts" teaching from which most of the rest developed.

    The second part is closer to what I was getting at,...
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    Book of the Dead reprisal with Samvara

    When we look at Sarma or New Translation, characterized by Hevajra, it is a very intricate expansion of Body, Speech, and Mind that is also found with outer...
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    Re: What exactly is a 'Luciferian Initiation?'

    Requires total banishment or a real Circle of Protection and a good Kila.

    I see some sensitive issues about what we can or cannot fight.

    "Do not put the load of a dzo on a bullock." - Tibetan...
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