The Importance of Astrology in the Staged Reality-Script, Part 5

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.

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. Part 2 covered Mars, the Sun, Venus and Mercury. And part 3 covered the Moon and the Earth.
In part 4 we began our journey into the 12 zodiac signs with Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, and Leo, and how they are connected to one of the Tarot cards in the Major Arcana.

Virgo, ruled by Mercury. August 23 to September 22.

Represented by the 9th Tarot card ‘the Hermit,’ and by letter ‘yod’ (10, hand,) representing seclusion and the search for wisdom, the keeping of independence and freedom from life burdens.

On the Hermit card we see an old man in a cloak holding a staff, representing a person who is weary of the outer world, like the Odinic grey wanderer (as in Tolkien’s Gandalf.) When he retreats to explore the mysteries of his inner life, he becomes open and innocent like a child. It’s a metaphor for dwelling in the wasteland, the desert of the mind, defying Satan/Saturn, resisting the temptations of the serpent. He learns to discriminate the voices in his head as subtle whispers of the serpent.
He’s carrying a lamp, the light of consciousness and truth. He descends into the flaming forge of Vulcan, pictured on the Lovers (Gemini) card between Adam and Eve. He seeks rebirth like a seed in the womb. He experiences long periods of abstinence, sleep deprivation, praying/meditation (in the womb,) which is symbolic for a long period of darkness and abstinence in which the pineal gland starts to make DMT. It’s the descent of Dante in ninth circle of hell from Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century poem Divine Comedy. It’s Nietzsche’s prophet/hermit Zarathustra.

In Crowley’s Thoth the hermit is accompanied by the three headed dog Cerberus that guards the gates of the Underworld to prevent the dead from leaving. The letter yod is shown as spermatozoon (seed) and a green Orphic egg covered with a snake. He holds a lamp symbolized as the sun (the path between Sun and Jupiter, Tiferet and Chesed.) He walks through a wheat field, symbolizing the seed, separating the wheat from the chaff. Also, the earth sign Virgo is associated with corn, ruled by Mercury (the intellect.) It’s a metaphor for searching for the undeveloped parts of the soul, the secret of fertility of nature – just like Egyptian goddess Isis searching for her murdered husband Osiris, the god of fertility, agriculture, the afterlife — or Demeter (Greek goddess of the harvest) searching for her daughter Persephone who was abducted by Hades, the King of the Underworld.

In Crowley’s Thoth the purpose of the Hermit is seeking the self (disillusionment and self-discipline lead to clear awareness,) by living in seclusions, escaping the burdens of the citizen, retreating to the ego and isolating oneself.
In light it represents wisdom, enlightenment, emotional maturity. In the dark it develops into narcissism, alienation, bitterness, and a hatred for life and people.

Libra, ruled by Venus. September 23 to October 22.

Represented by the 8th Tarot card ‘Justice/Adjustment,’ representing the weighing of your desires against your needs. In order to reach a fair outcome, you must put your feelings and emotions aside.

On the card we see Venus in air sign Libra representing Justice. She is holding the scales of Maat, the ancient Egyptian concepts (and goddess) of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice. This is also where Saturn exalts, and the justice system is based on Saturn worship with black robes and wigs of goat hair. Her pose is similar to that of a High Priestess, sitting between two pillars in front of a veil. In her other hand she holds a sword, symbolizing the fairness aspect of Saturn, father time, with his sickle during harvest, equality in death. With her sword, Venus/Libra cuts the year in half.

In Crowley’s Thoth, the eight card is called ‘Adjustment,’ where we see two giant scales, at which “Alpha” and “Omega” achieve perfect balance. Above the scales we can see the checkers pattern of the pantomime character Arlecchino (Harlequin) in the commedia dell’arte, aka., Italian comedy theatre. This is a metaphor for the exaggerated puppet characters playing out their act on the world stage, as in the fake justice system and politics. The checkered pattern is also used in Freemasonry as a representation of the ground floor of King Solomon’s Temple and is “emblematic of human life, checkered with good and evil,” as in weighing the scales.
On the Thoth card we also see her with a blindfold, the mask of Lady Justice, which we see mirrored in “hero” characters seeking Justice such as Zorro, Robocop, Captain America, and Batman.

In Crowley’s Thoth the purpose of Adjustment is that of seeking harmony through mastery of reality, being responsible, self-aware, and objective.
When in light it represents balance, fairness, deep awareness, as much objectivity as possible, and rational decisions. When in dark it turns into self-righteousness and being hypocritical.

Scorpio, ruled by Pluto. October 23 to November 21.

Represented by the 13th Tarot card ‘Death,’ representing the release of the spirit, transformation, and being reborn.

On the card we see Death riding on a white horse carrying a rose flag. It shows man being trapped in limits of time, but we also see the sun appearing at the horizon, symbolizing new life, rebirth.
Death is the return to the waters of the womb of Saturn. Also symbolizing fear, loss, and death of desire.
Being the 13th Tarot card, it also represents 13 as the number of rebelling against God, as in Judas the traitor being the 13th guest at the last supper, the pyramid on the dollar bill having 13 steps, Osiris being cut into 13 pieces, Princess Diana died at the 13th pillar, and so on.

On Crowley’s Thoth card we see the dance of death, the skeleton of Osiris, who was chopped up into 13 pieces by Set, and where his phallus was thrown into water. The skeleton is holding a scythe to harvest all withered souls falling through a cloth of fate. The repeating cycle of this eternity is symbolized by a poisoned scorpion that lurks in front of the kneeling skeleton. Along with the snake, fish, and eagle, it is a symbol of rebirth.

The purpose of the Thoth Death card is the transformation, that of inner understanding, being reborn through death. When in light, it makes room for new things. When in dark it turns into fear, the fear of death.

Sagittarius, ruled Jupiter. November 22 to December 21.

Represented by the 14th Tarot card ‘Temperance/Art,’ representing the mediator, the one able to find common ground by balancing out judgments with genuine understanding and awareness. Being able to work your way through whatever difficulties get in the way.

On the card we see a white robed angel pouring liquid between cups, one foot in water (spiritual,) one on the ground (physical.) It represents one of the seven virtues, our inner angel, the balance between fire (male) and water (female,) between love and judgement. It also represents the start of the alchemical work to unite opposites, achieving alchemical gold, the path between Sun and Moon, Tiferet and Yesod.
Temperance is card number 14, which is 1+4, as in 5, and is thus external expression of the 5th card of the Hierophant – the mentor, the teacher of inner values.

In Crowley’s Thoth deck, card 14 is called ‘Art,’ as in the art of alchemy – the art of perfection or philosophical art, where its main task is to combine contradictory elements on a higher level so that it can transform the basic into a higher one (same as the mediator.)
On the card we see an alchemist with two faces, representing duality combined into one androgynous figure.
She represents the beginning of alchemical work, the process of ‘dissolving and combining.’ Beneath her, on opposite sides, we see the lion (fire Leo) and eagle (water Scorpio) who have traded colors with each other, red lion turned white, white eagle turned red, they have changed from static to animated.
We see a fire heating a cauldron of air, into which she pours water, symbolizing the elements, of which Fire and Water are the most extreme pairs of discrepancies, so their unification represents the highest art.
The outfit of the character is green, the color of nature and the heart. Behind it, there is a giant sun shining with the words, ”Visita Interiora Terrae Rectficando Invenfies Occultum Lapidem,” which translates to “please visit the inner part of the earth; and by rectifying what you find there; you will find the philosopher’s stone.”

The Thoth Art card is about “Solve et coagula” (dissolving and bonding): the reunion of what has disintegrated at a new level. Its purpose is to find the Philosopher’s Stone, the last material.
When in light, appropriate measurements is reached, as in harmony and balance, being able to change. When in dark, the measurements are excessive, leading to conflicts, squandering, and extreme trends.

Continued in part 6.

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