@Regran_ed from @sacred.knowledge - #Adam , in Hebrew , mean "human being," "man," and represents the central nervous system. Solus is a Latin word that means, "alone," "by itself." In the Bible, it is stated that when Adam was made, he was made alone, by himself; later, Eve was extracted from him.
First, let us read what is written in Genesis 1: 26, 27, which states:
“And #Elohim said, Let נעשה-אדם NaAssiah-Adam be made in our image, after our likeness..... And Elohim created (את־הא-דם (Ath-HaDam (the blood) with his own (male) image, the (female) image of Elohim created with him; (thus) male and female created he them.” - Genesis 1: 26, 27
It is necessary for us to understand these verses.
Firstly, it is literally stated by Moses that Elohim created Adam in his own image. This is followed by, "in the image of Elohim, created he him" - this is a redundant statement, right? Why is this repeated? It is as if you were to say, "If you did not understand what I said the first time, I will repeat it." Obviously, this is written in that manner, because Elohim is male-female. Elohim, is Gods and Goddesses; a plural word that points toward the two polarities, male and female. #sacredknowledge#knowledge#alchemy#wisdom#consciousness#freemasonry#magick#qabbalah#esoteric#gnostic#highervibrations - #regrann
@Regran_ed from @keepers_of_the_word - The serpent in most all cultures has a similar meaning and is generally accepted as a symbol of divine wisdom and spiritual purity. In Gnosticism, the serpent represents eternity of the soul of the world and in the Gnostic text Pistis Sophia it describes the disc of the sun as a 12-part dragon with his tail in his mouth. Helena Blavatsky says that serpent worship was spread across the globe by “the Masters of Wisdom, and that all Initiates into the Sacred Mysteries, are called Nagas, or Serpents of Wisdom. The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. The name originates from within Greek language; (oura) meaning "tail" and (boros) meaning "eating", thus "he who eats the tail".The Ouroboros represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life and infinity, the concept of eternity and the eternal return, and represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth, leading to immortality, as in the Phoenix. As with all symbols, the snake has positive and negative connotations, but its very meanings are central to understanding human consciousness and the psycho-biological process of mankind. In actual fact, the serpent is one of the keys to understanding transcendence to higher states of consciousness and how we tend to fall foul of our sub-conscious mind. But through the serpent, we can find wisdom to overcome our lower conscience self and discover the higher self, that aspect of our personalities that religions call ‘God.’ At its deepest level, the serpent is a symbol of rebirth and renewal. Just as a snakes sheds its skin, humans have the capacity to defeat old values that no longer serve us and develop improved values. We are able to do this by using the power of our innate wisdom which enables us to attain self-knowledge and reach enlightenment.
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@Regran_ed from @atreyuofficial - California, we are back and finishing off the tour in our beautiful home state. You ready for us?
12/10 | Sacramento, CA
12/11 | San Francisco, CA
12/12 | San Diego, CA
12/13 | Anaheim, CA
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