Hello DiViNE Ones, this week’s Tarot Card is The High Priestess Card and last week’s was The Strength Card.
This card represents the black and white energy.
2: Dualism and unification
11: The pillars of life, Left Brains and Right Brain, Rebirth
The hidden accepts of the moon or shadow side, also called the subconscious mind or self.
Asbestos: Is a fibrous crystal that burns but is not consumed by the fire.
This was one of the 3 gifts (stages or grades of initiation) given to Abraham in the dessert from the High Priest Melchizedek as an alchemical representation of the Holy Spirit.
High Priest Aaron: Aaron was the older brother of Moses and was appointed as the first Priest of IS•RA•EL
King Solomon: The two pillar on either side of ‘Sofia’ (Greek for Wisdom) are the pillars of the temple of Solomon, which is known to be the wisest man.
This temple is the housing of the Holy Spirit in the ‘holy of holies’ the high level of consciousness available to man, The Christos Consciousness.
Boaz (In him/it [is] strength) and Jachin (Hebrew He/it will establish). These pillars are reminders of the Holy Spirit and it’s to attributes of power Incased in fire.
The masculine-Boaz: The pillar of fire leading The IS•RA•ELites by night in the dessert. This is the forceful fierce fire.
The feminine-Jachin: The pillar of smoke leading them by day. This is the gentle accept of fire, almost like a warmth.
High Priest Melchizedek: The incarnate Christ, was the King of Salem( means Peace in Hebrew) The Christ is also mentioned to be the prince of peace (Isaiah 9:6)
Exodus 3:14 “I Am That I Am”
Here Moses stubbles upon a burning bush that isn’t consumed (like Asbestos)
Ecclesiastes 3 A Season for Everything
The representation of Black and White is the ‘swing of the pendulum’ the rhythm of the universe. Equal measure of the swing, good/evil, happy/sad, hot/cold, Left Brain/Right Brain; and the ‘middle ground’ where wisdom resides in the middle.
The alchemical process of Projection:
Once created, the powder of projection the process would be used to transmute a lesser substance into a higher form. An example being lead into gold.
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