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Magic, Maat and Morality – The Power of Consciousness (Pt.3)

The previous posts [1, 2, 3], dealt with the main demonstration of the power of consciousness, symbolism and word magic to influence and affect consciousness through good will, or evil will-power for the purposes of manipulating and mind controlling others, which, in either case, ultimately leads to behaviors and actions in the world. This post will elaborate on the concept […]

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Higher Consciousness Apotheosis

Higher Consciousness Apotheosis is to Know Thyself through a self-transformative Alchemical transfiguration process of Individuation, Actualization and Realization of the Essence and Nature of Higher, Truer, Realer Life‘s ultimate purpose in Moral Living, and thereby achieve a deified evolution of “Becoming a God” with the benefit, grace, blessing and favor of Righteous Living in Heaven, Paradise, Immortality and Eternal Life […]

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Symbolism and Consciousness Pt.4

I have been describing the development of symbols in reference to reality, and the anthropomorphizing, personification and projection of aspects of ourselves onto reality, in order to make sense of ourselves in relation to reality. This is where the symbolism comes from, trying to relate ourselves to reality to understand ourselves and reality. I posit that much of the symbolism […]

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Symbolism and Consciousness Pt.3

Belief is powerful. Once the influence of language on consciousness, and the connection between symbols and reality, are more deeply understood, the power of consciousness is understood to a greater extent as well. The double-edged sword of consciousness can become more apparent. Higher order consciousness that human animals have is an imagination factory powered by an abstraction engine. Audio: Download […]

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Symbolism and Consciousness Pt.1

The primacy of existence to utilize and maximize the power of consciousness is necessary to be understood. First is reality. Second is knowledge from perception. Third are symbols of that knowledge from reality. Fourth are questions about reality from the basics of understanding reality. The meaning and purpose is an extrapolation from the power of abstraction, imagination, induction, intuition and […]

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