SWANS AND SYMBOLISM
Universally known as the bird of beauty, grace, purity, and grace. But there’s many other meanings for this majestic creature.
Thought of as a symbol for solitude, a bird of life and and the elements of air and water. In Chinese culture the Swan is a solar bird and the symbol of yang.
Christians believe the swan to be a symbol of grace and purity, it symbolizes the Virgin Mary, much like the single Rose. But it is also listed as one of the unclean birds (Lev. 11:18; Deut. 14:16), is sometimes met with in the Jordan and the Sea of Galilee.
SIDE NOTE: In the Biblical Text the Swan being listed as both something pure; Virgin Mary and someone unclean is due to the alchemical meaning of the White Swan. Where the pure soul meets the impure, ‘surface level’ ‘false self‘, the ego.
In Hinduism, Paramahamsa translates to “Supreme Swan” and is the vehicle for the god Brahma.
Also known as Hamsa (Swan), the symbol of the divine bird and the soul. Possessing the capability of separating milk from water once they have been mixed.
Symbolically meaning, although one may live in this world when they become a spiritually advanced being they can control their breaths energy so to only absorb pure vibrations from all energies and vibrations from this world. Thus the soul is freed from the lower vibrations of this world including earthly desires, obligations, fears etc because they have become one with God.
THE TWINFLAME MASCOT
Besides the number 11:11, Swans are the official mascots of Twinflames. There’s no concrete reason why but my quests would be the fact that most mate for life, when two affectionately come together they form a heart like shape and their beauty and gracefulness floating on the waters surface.
They’re just wonderful watch, especially while being affectionate.
SWANS ON ALCHEMY
The White Swan represents the ‘marriage of the opposites’. Swans are rarely seen in flight but rather floating on the surface of calm waters, this stage of the Alchemist development is known as The White Swan. This speaks to the souls evolutionary state, the souls surface.
The Alchemist begins their spiritual journey much like the Fool Card in Tarot, with a surface level understanding of thyself, the inner world and life. This is better known as the ‘false self‘ but with the first introduction to ‘etheric world’, ‘higher self’ something is forever changed, this initial spark is known as The White Swan.
BLACK SWANS SYMBOLISM
Black Swans represent the 1.4%ers of The Collective. The rarest of the Twinflame and Divine Partner Group. Holding the ability to not only transmit new information but to digest and converse the information so the lower tiers of the Collection can digest the frequencies. This would be called putrefaction in alchemy, the process of ‘destroying‘ the former to creation something new.
Black Swans of The Collective burn much of the ‘collective karma‘ and transmute that energy into high vibratory energy for the masses. They also the of ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy‘.