Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Adventure on the High C's
Ptolemaic queens, descended from Macedonia, strengthened the link between Aphrodite and Isis as evidenced by numerous temples and shrines dedicated to both Goddesses
The logical connections of Aphrodite to Isis were easy to reconcile within Greek civilization. Both were Goddesses of marriage. Both were protectors of sailors at sea. Both shared the epithet of "Pelagia", "Lady of the Sea"; Pharia, "Lady of the Sail"; and Euploia, "Lady of Smooth Sailing".(1)
Both Goddess were also "mourning Goddesses". Isis mourned after slain Osiris whereas Aphrodite mourned for her lover Adonis who was slain by a boar.
The word "mare", of course, linked as it is to the "Sea", is also known etymologically to refer to "horse" in the Old Saxon, with etymologists arguing that "mare" and "sea" have nothing to do with "mare" and "horse",
Yet as we peer into this peculiar acrophonic creation in combination with the homonyms associated within the acrophonic crafting, we find that much of the language revolving around the Letter C is indeed an ingenious crafting of superb Qaballistic expression.
Why else would a "whore" as in "The Whore of Babylon" be linked to a "mare", which is known as a w"horse", and Goddesses of Love are linked to the Knots of Isis and Mare Age (marriage)?
Isis - the Goddess of Sailors
Historically, at least so far as the great battle between Seth (Jehovianism) on the one hand, and "Isis/Osiris" Mystery Schools on the other, the oral traditions were and remain those traditions wherein knowledge has been or had been transmitted orally.
Some of the more relevant examples of this are the Vedas of the Hindus and the Kalevala of Finns.
The Vedas, for instance, had 11 different forms of recitations, many of which still exist to this day, while the Kalevala of the Finn's has been relegated to the "written word" in an effort to at least preserve the text and richness of the story.
What is lost is the intangible human element within these oral traditions and it is the loss of these intangibles, still to be discerned and understood, which has been the primary target of "written word" atheistic cultures as Judaism/Setianist religious cults.
To this day, many of these oral traditions still exist and are being preserved under UNESCO's "Intangible Cultural Heritage List".
One of our first hints at the relationship of Isis to "Sailors" is in the homonymic play "sailor" and "say lore", where in "say" is the "oral tradition" and "lore" is the ancient treasure trove of stories to be told or spoken.
Adventure on the High C's
A study in the mythologies and memes surround "the C" as the "sea" provides us with a rich insight into the manner and nature of archetypal coding and the use of acroamatic ciphers.
In a very distinct way, equally, we can see the nature of inversions and homonyms as they are used in the Occult.
An example of an inversion (inverse duplicity) is the nature of that which "sees" and the nature of the "sea" and the "c". The letter C is a definition of the Occult in that it is formed from the covering of one celestial body over another, as in, say, an eclipse.
What the Letter C is doing is showing that one celestial body is covering or hiding (occulting) another celestial body, yet we understand that it is through the Occult that one gains vision and insight into the nature of the Construct.
Yet, equally, the Letter C is "Jehovah/Typhon/Seth", set as it is on the 3 and the 9 (C and I) and it is Jehovah/Typhon/Seth that occludes and confuses.
As the Construct is further fused to Nature, the properties of the Sea hint at the nature of the Letter itself (C). The water is not drinkable, even as the salt which one may partake therefrom is essentially to maintain proper blood ph levels.
The water is hard on one's eyes.
Life that exists within the Sea is "cut off and removed from the Sun", or occludes the true brightness of the Sun, whereas "the Sun" is implied to mean "truth".
Within the homonyms, which are 3, we find "sees", "seas" and "sieze", words that. With the word "sees" we have the past tense of "saw", which is a word that both a noun and a verb used to imply the cutting of something and the instrument used to achieve the cutting. This link is a link, again, back to Jehovah/Typhon/Seth where is is said that Typhon tears to pieces the sacred mysteries and which are recollected and put back together again by the adherents of the Greater Mystery Schools.
Thus it is through this same Occultation through a tearing of the pieces and scattering to the winds of the sacred writings that one is also able to achieve "enlightenment" or an understanding of the Construct. This is accomplished through a gathering and reconstruction of the scattered elements of the Construct.
Thus "saw" and "saw" represent inversions of parallel yet opposite positions within the Construction.
In the word SEIZE, we have the idea of grabbing and holding something as well as the freezing up and destruction of movement, as in machinery that "seizes".
Within this context, we are reminded that an immersion into the realm of Jehovah/Typhon/Seth causes one to be "seized" by the lower realms and that such immersions run the risk of a total cessation of advancement of one's spiritual development. This idea of "being seized" (seased) works its way into the word "cease", which is but "seas" with modifications of hardness and softness applied to the letters (seas - cease).
Within the Principle of Inverse Duplicity, we may discern that the true meaning of the word "deceased" does not mean "to die" but rather "to cease existing within the realm of Typhon".
There are far more insights to be gleaned from a study of Isis, Say Lore's, the sea, and more.
(1) Isis Magic, pg 137
Posted by Dennis Fetcho at 7:02 AM