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Mother Alien

“As a symbol, the Serpent had as many aspects and occult meanings as the Tree itself; with which it was emblematically and almost indissolubly connected,” H. P. Blavatsky wrote in The Secret Doctrine.(1:404), “the ‘Serpent’ and ‘Dragon’ were the names given to the ‘Wise Ones,’ the initiated adepts of olden times. It was their wisdom and their learning that were devoured or assimilated by their followers. A full Initiate was called a ‘Dragon,’ a ‘Snake’ a ‘Naga.’ The Serpent became the type and symbol of evil, and of the Devil, only during the middle ages.

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Following Britain’s ‘wettest’ June, and peering out—through continuing rainclouds and drizzle—with five days to go until mid-July, St. Swithun’s Day, traditionally a day which sets the weather pattern in stone, I may be forgiven if I entice you for a moment into a little fantasy dreamed over the last month, bathed in a field of energy beneath the electromagnetic landscape of Wiltshire. I hope, at least, that its fantasy theme will enhance your day, and bring an improvement to the 2012 (rainy) season; I hope at best to add a little flavour to the amazing range of crop circle symbols—cereal waveforms as messages—which have struggled in punishing weather conditions, but appear to flourish in the Wiltshire grain basket.

This little crop circle story is brought to you by courtesy of~~~the Alien Mother.

Alien Mama makes a Nest
Mother Alien appeared first, June 25th, 2012 below Milk Hill White Horse…

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The Red Book

Reprinted from The Red Book by C. G. Jung (c) Foundation of the Works of C. G. Jung.

THOSE attracted to Theosophy and to Occultism are becoming every day more numerous. With every inquiry lies the potency and promise of genuine spiritual development.

The Masters of Wisdom in every age set up no barriers against any one’s approach. Their works and lives are not limited to adepts, saints, and the “purest of heart.”

The humblest searcher would not be made to feel discouraged by the sense of his own shortcomings, or by the perception of the difficulties at every step on his journey of self-realization.

This week we feature the work and life of one of the humblest and fearless of searchers, the renowned writer-artist-occultist-psychologist Carl Gustav Jung. The exhibit of his Red Book at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City ends January 25, 2010. Continue reading