The Importance of Astrology in the Staged Reality-Script, Part 6

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. Part 5 covered Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, and Sagittarius.

Capricorn, ruled by Saturn. December 22 to January 19.

Represented by the 15th Tarot card ‘the Devil,’ representing the courage to face your shadow-self in order to gather the knowledge necessary for spiritual transformation. It advises you to reflect on any negativity that has made you doubt yourself, swap it for confidence and hold fast to your highest vision of who you are.
In the Kabbalah Tree of Life, it is path 26 from 6 (Tiferet/the Sun) to 8 (Hod/Mercury,) the last path of the dark night of the soul, the battle between soul and ego, a test of the intellect.
Mars exalts in Capricorn while it is ruled by Saturn, thus it’s also about overcoming restrictions and taboos, as in the motto of Satan ‘born to be free;’ it’s the refusal to serve, and also the ultimate fate to become an outcast and be damned.

In Sumerian, he was known as Enki, the god of fresh water, knowledge, crafts, and creation, and one of the Anunnaki. He later became Ae in Akkadian (Assyrian-Babylonian) religion, the keeper of all secret and magical knowledge of life and immortality.

Tarot: the Devil

On the Tarot card we see Prometheus/Lucifer/Baphomet/the Devil on top of the rock. Adam and Eve chained to said rock, symbolizing being chained to their lower desires, chained to physical matter. They’re both wearing horns, representing their sinful state when being chained to the Devil, and as in being horny. The chains are loosely fitted around their necks, symbolizing that they are willfully enslaved as the chains are easy to take off. It’s also a metaphor for the concept of God and the Devil being an illusion, man getting lost in the concept of God and Christ, ideas becoming chains. Humanity not being aware of their chains, having their strings being pulled by a puppet master.
The devil holds a torch down, makes the sign of shin, symbolizing fire energy (the legend of Vulcan/Hephaestus, sexual fire in Yesod 9 (Moon.))

Thoth: the Devil

On Aleister Crowley’s Thoth card, we see a Himalayan Tahr, a mountain goat. It symbolizes Bannebdjet of Mendes’ Egyptian God, which the Greeks considered as Pan, the son of Hermes, the lustful plant God. Goats are usually found at barren and high places, representing the slippery and narrow path of Da’ath. Horns like spiral energy, shaped like that of an erected phallus, piercing the heavens, penetrating the body of Crowley’s goddess Nuit in his satanic Thelema religion. There is an Egyptian symbol of the winged sun hidden between bird wings on the tip of a stick, the ‘Wand of the Chief-adept’ with twin serpents. It corresponds to the light in the dark (the big third eye on the forehead of Pan God.) In the background bottom we see a cross-section of the testicles, where we see the next generation before their lives are formed. We see four male embryos on the right, and four female embryos on the left, they have all been given genetics as an arrangement of God. From there we see the trunk of the Tree of Life erupting upward towards the heavens in the image of a phallus, representing the vivid power of sexual activity rising from the deep bottom. At the top we see the trunk piercing Nut’s yoni symbol, the queen of heaven, or the rings of Saturn, the mother of all.

The Devil card in the Thoth is all about dark magic, ritualized sexual activity, the transformation of the self through group rituals. The goal is awareness of a complete and authentic self. Lucifer plays the role of bringing light (false light.)

Aquarius ruled by Uranus. January 20 to February 18.

Represented by the 17th Tarot card ‘the Star,’ representing optimism, the belief that you can achieve your heart’s desires.
Aquarius is represented by the Water Bearer, a mystical healer who bestows water, or life, upon the land. It represents path 28 on the Tree of Life, from Netzach (Venus) to Yesod (Moon.) One foot in spiritual world, one foot in physical world. Aquarius is a fixed air sign, the guiding light, hope and trust, the insight that everything is in balance (for instance, the star guiding Dante through underworld.) In ancient Egypt, the star Sirius was associated with the goddess Isis, who was known as the “Eye of Re” and was equated with the Dog Star, Sothis (Sirius,) the star of Bethlehem that announced the birth of Jesus Christ.

On the Tarot card we wee eight of the 8-pointed star of Venus, the light-bringer, the morning star with her 8-year cycle, guiding the path from 7 to 9 on the Tree of Life, being tested by Lucifer.
It also has a connection to alchemy in the sense of washing and cleaning, as the alchemist undertakes a purification in ‘albedo,’ which is literally referred to as ablutio – the washing away of impurities. This phase is concerned with “bringing light and clarity” to the material/matter. Some older Tarot cards have the word ‘Le Toile’ on them, meaning cloth, and ‘La Toilette,’ as in washing. Also ‘Le Toule,’ Marseille dialect for ‘spring,’ another place for washing.

On the Thoth card, in the upper left corner we see the seven-pointed star of goddess Babalon, also known as the Scarlet Woman, Great Mother or Mother of Abominations, from Crowley’s Thelema religion.
We see a naked woman in blue light and pink light, representing Nut, goddess of the sky and stars, as she pours the water of the subconscious down on us to bring desire to this world.

The purpose of the Star is introspection, to see through the perfection of the Universe, to innovate and regenerate. When in light it is the hope to be creative. When in dark, it turns the hope into destruction, denying the truth, creating an illusion.

Pisces ruled by Neptune. February 19 to March 20.

Represented by the 18th Tarot card ‘the Moon,’ representing emotions and the subconscious, connected to nature’s cycles.
On the Tree of Life, it represents path 29 from Netzach (Venus, creative world) to Malkuth (Earth, material world) or vice versa. It represents the element of water. When the Moon is in Scorpio or Pisces, it translates to dark knowledge of the depths of the soul, the subconscious, where there are no words, only images.

The Tarot card shows us the positive and negative aspects of the moon, the duality of two animals howling at the moon, one a dog and the other a wolf, one is tamed, one is wild. At the bottom, a small crayfish crawls out of the waters of life, symbolizing the early stages of consciousness unfolding. A dim moonlight illuminates the path to higher consciousness.
Beyond the dawn awaits the confrontation with the repressed basic sexual instinct, our primitive nature, or the battle with our dark shadow.
Anubis, son of Set, as a jackal related to death. The waning moon is the sickle of Saturn that wants sacrifice. Through giving in to the repressed desires, surrendering to a frenzy or through sacrifice, one finds and defeats one’s dark nemesis, reaches total integration of all aspects of the self, fulfilling of one’s destiny.

The Thoth card shows us the Moon as the connection between the unconscious (the Star Thoth) and the conscious effort (the Sun) as an axis between the inner- and the outer world.
At the bottom, the dung beetle Khepri is carrying the sun through the darkness of the underworld. The two towers are representatives of both extremes that a soul must walk on the path between them to advance to consciousness. In front of each tower is a guardian, a metaphor for the biggest obstacle being ourselves on our journey. The search for truth is blocked by fear of this very fact. That we do not want to seek the truth, but instead, we look for the concept of our own truth for the sake of what seems safe.
Between the two towers and the guardians, we see a representation of fear that arises from the subconscious. It is about the need to overcome the fear. Mythically, it is a narrow passage between two monsters, Scylla and Charybdis (Odyssey.) These narrow paths are reminiscent of the experience of birth: out of safety and warmness through the narrow passage into the shimmer of the cold world outside.

The Thoth card of the Moon is about going down to the world below, as in the deep unconscious. The purpose is to find the path into the depths of the soul, to confront the night and fears, to understand yourself most profoundly. In light it represents devotion to intuitive knowledge. When in dark you get lost in illusions, hysteria, complexities of abuse, hallucinations, fear, abuse of drugs, and the avoidance of reality.

To be continued part 7.

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