In part 1 we covered the basics of astrology and how the ruling elite families, the Saturn cult and their Jesuit Order, has been using astrology since the times of the Babylonian and Egyptian civilization to plan events and to keep people in a social engineered and staged ‘reality-script,’ the world-stage illusion. I also explained why the study of astrology is necessary to understand the logic behind the script of fabricated and staged “news” and “events” of the media industry and the productions of the Hollywood film industry, including the fact that all world-stage characters, such as Trump, Musk, Gates, Obama, and others are assigned roles and life-paths based on their astrological sign, birthdate, numerology, gematria, and assigned character, which I explained a bit in part 2 with Elon Musk and him being assigned a mars-dominant character.
In kabbalism (Saturn worship,) the Tree of Life is divided into 10 spheres or ‘sephiroth,’ where the planets stand for different planes of existence. Part 1 covered Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, (Pluto,) and Jupiter. And part 2 covered Mars, the Sun, Venus and Mercury.
9. the Moon
The Moon is associated with Yesod in Kabbalah, the ‘foundation’ and the ninth of the 10 sephirot, because it is the sphere which reflects the light of all the other sephirot into Malkuth (Earth,) and it is associated with the sexual organs, because it is here that the higher spheres within the tree connect to the earth. It is associated with sex, imagination, intuition, dreaming, the subconscious, the astral/ethereal, thought-forms and psychic experiences. It is also the 18th card in the Tarot deck, associated with the dark knowledge of the depths of the soul, the subconscious.
In Christian kabbalah it is compared to the ‘Holy Spirit,’ that aspect of God that descends upon the earth and sanctifies it. Occultists compare it with the idea of ‘Ether,’ from the traditional elements, and it is the cross-over from consciousness to matter.
While the sun acts, the moon reacts; representing the unconscious, maternal energy, as in what animates us (the anima, feminine counterpart, and dark anima, the dark night of the soul.)
The moon is the intermediary between the inner and outer world, a symbol of the inner child and the inner mother (the moon is synchronous with the female egg cycle.)
During the Aeon of Isis (conquering the feminine energy,) around 15.000 BC, it was believed that a takeover of the Earth begun with the insertion of the moon into orbit around the earth, which caused a flood and destroyed the civilization of Atlantis. Taking advantage of the chaos, a priest class of elite families was put into place to rule the remaining traumatized population. It was an element in Sumerian mythology about the Anunnaki (the Epic of Gilgamesh,) which became the Old Testament of the Jews (who were captives in Babylon.) That flood also became a metaphor for ego death, crossing the Abyss between dimensions, the boundary between all that is and is not.
The moon is the consort of Saturn (the God matrix, the ruling elite families, 7 rings controlling the 7 chakras, tuning the pineal gland.) It has a cycle of 29 days, similar to the cycle/sickle of Saturn of 28 years. The Moon is exalted in Taurus.
It is believed to be hollow (as in the word ‘holo-gram’) and reverberates and rings like a bell (as in ‘Baal’.) It is said to influence the tides of the oceans and human beings, consisting mostly of water, influencing their emotions and keeping them in the Saturn-moon matrix of polarization (duality, division.)
The Saturn cult, the elite families, created moon cults like in witchcraft and monotheistic religions like Islam (lunar calendar) as symbols of the corrupt dark feminine: the Egyptian goddess Isis, the female prophetesses in Greek and Roman mythology called Sibyls, Helen of Troy in Greek mythology, Hectate who was a Greek goddess of magic, witchcraft, the night, moon, ghosts, and necromancy, and Lilith of Mesopotamian and Judaic mythology, theorized to be the first wife of Adam and the primordial she-demon.
The Moon is the ruler of Cancer when the sun is at its highest peak, during summer solstice.
The Moon is associated with agriculture, changes, childbirth, the collective (sub) conscious, the public living in illusion, community, dairies, emotions, families, fertility, feelings, fluctuation, fluids/water, general public opinions, health, insanity, instinct, intuition, mariners/sailors, maternity, Monday, moods, mother, nursing, reproduction, response, silver, tears, the common people, and women.
10. the Earth
The Earth is associated with Malkuth (kingdom,) also known as Shekhinah (dwelling,) the tenth and final sephirot in the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, located at the foot of the Tree, under Yesod (the Moon.)
Malkuth is the physical-manifested world in which we live, the domain of mankind, and is the culmination of the many aspects that form the Tree of Life. The Divine energy comes down the Tree of Life and finds its expression in this plane of Malkuth, and our purpose as human beings is to bring that energy back around the circuit again and back up the Tree.
Malkuth is also the physical body of which the personality has three aspects; will (creative emotions,) intellect, and memory (subconscious,) linked to Netzach (Venus,) Hod (Mercury,) and Yesod (the Moon.)
The element of earth is attached to the signs Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn, and it also rules the second (Chokma/Uranus,) sixth (Tiferet/Sun,) and seventh (Netzach/Venus) Houses.
Although Malkuth is seen as the “lowest” sephiroth on the Tree of Life, it also contains within it the potential to reach the highest. This is exemplified in the Hermetic and Satanic maxim ‘As above so below,’ and in “Kether is in Malkuth, and Malkuth is in Kether” (Kether means crown, the highest, the topmost.)
Malkuth is associated with forgiveness, cleansing, health, peace, Earth, and balance, and her symbols are yellow-colored items, such as quartz, cereals, grains, and the number 10. Malkuth reminds us of the need for positive actions on the physical plane, not just good thoughts or lofty words – to bring about change.
This is it for this part due to time restraints. Continued in part 4 (click here.)