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Moor Eyes of Aisa


In Greek mythology, the Moirai (Μοῖραι) (mɪrˌiː), often known in English as the Fates (Latin: Fatae), were the white-robed incarnations of destiny; their Roman equivalent was the Parcae (euphemistically the “sparing ones”). Their number became fixed at three:
– Clotho (spinner),
– Lachesis (allotter) and
– Atropos (unturnable) [also called Moira, Morta or Aisa].

The Moirai controlled the mother thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. They were independent, at the helm of necessity, directed fate, and watched that the fate assigned to every being by eternal laws might take its course without obstruction. The gods and men had to submit to them, although Zeus’s relationship with them is a matter of debate.

Some sources say Zeus is the only one who can command them (the Zeus Moiragetes), yet others suggest he was also bound to the Moirai’s dictates. In the Homeric poems Moira or Aisa, is related with the limit and end of life, and Zeus appears as the guider of destiny. In the Theogony of Hesiod, the three Moirai are personified, and are acting over the gods. Later they are daughters of Zeus and Themis, who was the embodiment of divine order and law. Continue reading


Theosophisticated Heaven (2)

Initiation CirueloHeaven and Hell
by Alice Leighton-Cleather, F.T.S.

Part 1

 The early church Fathers seem to have held varied opinions on the intermediate post-mortem state. Chrysostom wrote: “The very apostles and patriarchs are not yet crowned”; and Ambrose: “The judgment is not at once after death”. Several of the Fathers call it Paradise; and Basil refers to “Heaven and Paradise.” The Council of Florence in 1439 even declared that the just were “received presently into heaven”.

It is of course needless to refer in detail to the current orthodox Christian teachings, either of the Roman, Greek, or Protestant Continue reading

Theosophisticated Heaven and Hell

Initiation CirueloHeaven and Hell
by Alice Leighton-Cleather, F.T.S.
A paper read before the Blavatsky Lodge of the T.S.
Reprinted from “Theosophical Siftings” Volume 5
The Theosophical Publishing Society, England

In elucidating the subject, I propose to first examine a few of the various meanings attached to these terms in the exoteric books of ancient religions, before coming to more modern times, and finally to Madame Blavatsky’s own teachings on the states called heaven and hell; teachings which show, I think, at least one very vital point of difference from anything definite that can be found in the recorded utterances of other and older teachers who have preceded her, although it often seems hinted at; only the key is needed, and then the reading between the lines shines out clear and unmistakable.

First, then, let us turn back to the ancient Scriptures of India, the “sacred books of the East” (how Continue reading

Four Times

Water Hemisphere

Land and Water Hemispheres

Land and Water Hemispheres, 1891
From University of South Florida

Description: A double hemisphere map of the world from 1891 showing the earth’s Land Hemisphere and Water Hemisphere.

“The accumulation of the land in the north and its separation in the south lead to a curious result — nearly all the land is collected in one hemisphere. If one point of a pair of compasses be placed at the Continue reading

Earth Chakras

twelvechakras_en_0156 Earth Chakras and Their Locations
From World of Heaven

There are 156 Earth chakras or energy centers (12 major and 144 minor) across the globe many of which are highlighted by massive mountains, hills, monuments, or other unusual anomalies. Those located in the seas or oceans hide submerged vortexes, currents, fissures, portals, and even secret cavernous cities or civilizations. Below is the list based on Robert Coon’s unique and extensive Continue reading

Still In Wake

False awakening

A false awakening is a vivid and convincing dream about awakening from sleep, while the dreamer in reality continues to sleep. After a false awakening, subjects often dream they are performing daily morning rituals such as cooking, cleaning and eating. A subset of false awakenings, namely those in which one dreams that one has awoken from sleep that featured dreams, take on aspects of a double dream or a dream within a dream. A classic example is the double false awakening of the protagonist in Gogol’s Portrait (1835).

A false awakening may occur following a dream or following a lucid dream (one in which the dreamer has been aware of dreaming). Particularly, if the false awakening follows a lucid dream, the false awakening may turn into a “pre-lucid dream”, that is, one in which the dreamer may start to wonder if they are really awake and may or may not come to the correct conclusion. In a study Continue reading

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