The Importance of Astrology in the Staged Reality-Script, Part 7

In the first part we took a quick look at the Tree of Life, used in Kabbalism, that 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. Part 6 covered Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.

Before we explore how this has been used to shape events and our history, we will quickly go back to Kabbalism, the teaching of mysticism, the worship of Saturn, as in the God/Allah/YHVH program.

Kabbalism is centered around the Tree of Life, which consists of 10 spheres/sepiroth, connected with 22 (the Master Builder Number) different paths and divided into four planes.
Please feel free to click on the links in the descriptions below to open the previous parts of this series describing the sepiroth/planets in greater detail as to their meaning in both Astrology and the Tarot mysticism.

At the absolute top, above the tree, we have Ain (nothingness), Ain Soph (the boundless,) and Ain Soph Aur (boundless light.) This is the primordial man, the root of all living things, what is before the Tree of Life.

The spheres, the sepiroth, are read from top-down, right to left. However, when studying the Tree of Life, the initiate starts at the bottom (10/Earth) and work their way up to reunite with an external ‘god’ YHVH. This is pictured as following the serpent, the kundalini energy.
The spheres/sepiroth are divided into three pillars and four planes. The right pillar is Ida, representing the right-brain, the artistic and poetic path of mildness and mercy, and that of the lunar, and also the underworld. The left pillar is Pingala, the intellectual path of severity, that of form and the solar, and also of the material world. The middle pillar is Shushumna, the Royal middle path of equilibrium and consciousness.

The first plane, Atziluth, is the world of emanation, that of the Supernal/Celestial. In Christianity it is the Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
On top we have (1) Kether (Neptune,) the Crown, the self. Below to the right we have (2) Chochmah/Chokma (Uranus,) the concept of wisdom, the male self. To the left we have (3) Binah (Saturn,) the concept of understanding and intelligence, the female self.
Between the first plane and the second plane is the hidden sepiroth of Da’ath (Pluto,) the Abyss, representing knowledge through understanding of the unification of wisdom and the mind. It is what separates the Supernal triad (Holy Trinity) from the rest of the tree.

The second plane, Briah, is the world of creation.
Below to the right we have (4) Chesed (Jupiter,) the concept of Kindness, mercy and loving, as in expansion and to give. To the left is (5) Gevurah (Mars,) the concept of strength, rules, and judgment, as in contraction and restriction.
Below them in the middle is (6) Tiferet (the Sun,) the concept of harmony and beauty, as in vibration. Tiferet also represents the atom, the human soul and the sun.

The third plane, Jetzirah, is the world of formation.  
Below to the right we have (7) Netzach (Venus,) the concept of victory, glory and emotions, as in being rewarded for endurance and continuity. On the right we have (8) Hod (Mercury,) the concept of splendor and the intellect, that of a process. Below them is (9) Yesod (the Moon,) the fundamental principle of conception, the mother’s womb, the foundation and renewal, but also the imagination, intuition, and subconscious.

The fourth plane is Assia, the world of action. The practical manifestation of all the concepts above. Here we have (10) Malkuth (Earth,) the birth and the kingdom. The last sepiroth of manifestation, the physical world.

The Tree of Life is studied together with astrology and the Tarot cards as layers of symbolism. The 22 paths of the tree that connect the sepiroth are associated with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, who also have their own meaning and their corresponding 22 Tarot cards.
Do not confuse this with pop-culture pseudo-astrology or horoscopes, that are all over the web, blogs, magazines, and tabloids.

In the mystery schools of Atlantis, nature was celebrated as a green man, a living world tree. In Norse mythology the tree is called Yggdrasil and has 9 spheres (the number of a vacuum and singularity.) In shamanism the tree serves as a spirit ladder.
The tree has a theoretical, meditative and magical aspect. It is based on sacred geometry and the understanding that the microcosm (little world, as in the human race or human nature) and macrocosm (the great world or the universe) work the same way. It is seen as a blueprint, a map of how the universe and the multidimensional human psyche works and how the personality, the soul, stuck in a physical body and the material world, can eventually restore its connection to the divine feminine.

For the initiate, the first step is going to the inner world, explore the subconscious, reconcile the conscious ego with the dark subconscious and to begin the challenge of balancing emotions and intellect. The structures of the personality are examined through path 28, the emperor, path 30, the sun (the ego,) and path 27 (balancing personality, male and female.)

The second step is connecting with the higher self, with the heart (Tiferet, the sun, the soul.) The process of examining connections with individuality, involves going through a dark night of the soul through path 25, art, path 26, the Devil (going from intellect to intuition,) and path 27, Death, (letting go of the ego,) a process where personality seems to fall apart, leading to a spiritual death and rebirth.

And this brings us to the Qlippoth, the opposite of the Tree of Life, the inversion, the one below all. This is where the orders of demons are personifications of depravities and corruption, synonymous with idolatry. It is the other side, the inversion, the tree of death, the realm opposite to the divine, the realm of Satan (our shadow self, our evil twin,) it’s the other side of the door of Da’ath. The 22 Qlippothic paths of the Tree of Death are catalogued in ‘Nightside of Eden’ (1977) by Kenneth Grant, a follower of Aleister Crowley and his Thelema religion. This inverted kabbalistic tree of death represents the demonization of the feminine earth, where the whole becomes hell.

On the world-stage, they use this knowledge and system of Kabbalah, the Tree of Life/Qlippoth, Astrology, Numerology and Gematria to trap people in control-programs tailor-made delusions to escape or deny reality, enforced by conditioning, hypnosis, drugs, poisons, herbs, alcohol, fluoride, and so on. We covered these methods in the mind-control series.

It is important to understand, that to those who rule our world, as in the Saturn Cult, it is of little importance to what mental program the earth population subscribe to, whether it be Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Satanism, Left-Wing, Right-Wing, Climate Change Hoax, Veganism Hoax, Sport Teams, or Conspiracy Theories, as long as they do it in a dogmatic way (as in distortion of the dog star Sirius energy) and cut off empathy and sympathy to everyone else who do not subscribe to their own belief (as in division/duality traps, the Divide-and-Conquer tactic of the Roman Empire.)

Again, we will have to continue in the next part as I’m constantly reminded of things to add to this series and my time this morning is running short.

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