Asetian World Science and the Pillars of Eternity

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Asetian World Science and the Pillars of Eternity

Post by Pyrene on 03.07.13 17:59

Em Hotep,

I'm very glad to share this topic with you all, as I'm certain it will be a surprise and a good one. It serves as a supplement to my previous topic The Three Lineages below and above the Abyss and, I hope, as an incentive to all students of Asetianism.

After a deep study of the Book of Orion and several researches on the internet, I'm proud to present an extraordinary pattern all over the world which is deeply connected to Asetianism. But first of all, I should begin at the beginning. Smile

Everyone who has started to deepen their knowledge on the mystic science of Asetianism and the mysteries of Orion, has learned that there is a connection between that which is above and that which is below. This single sentence has a wide variety of meanings and answers the majority of the questions put, now and then, by any student walking the path of Gnosis and self-discovery.

Passing the first veil of the meanings found in this initiatic formula, in the context of Asetianism, one finds out that the Three Asetian Lineages as represented by the Three Pyramids of Giza are a reflex of their celestial counterparts, the Three Stars in Orion's belt: Alnitak (Zeta Orionis), Alnilam (Epsilon Orionis) and Mintaka (Delta Orionis). Although apparently simple, this equivalence is worthy of deep study and admiration... but it becomes extremely significant when we discover it is repeated on other sites all over the world, and following exactly the same pattern and meanings. It's fascinating.

Following is an image illustrating this:

In the chinese city of Xi'an, known for its terracotta warriors, three pyramids (yes, there are pyramids in China) follow the pattern formed by the three stars of Orion's belt. And in the pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacan, there are three other pyramids that were aligned with the stars of Orion:

Surprised? You'll be more when I tell you some names and important symbolisms:

- The pyramid in Teotihuacan corresponding to Alnitak (=Khufu=Serpent) is the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent;

- The pyramid corresponding to Alnilam (=Khafre=Scarab) is the Pyramid of the Sun;

- And the pyramid that corresponds to Mintaka (=Menkaure=Scorpion) is the Pyramid of the Moon.

This conjugation of meanings from two places distant by approx. 12.345 km ( scratch) is very curious and worthy of another explanation. First, we have a confirmation of the equivalence between Alnitak and the Viperines, as it is conncted to both the Lineage of the Serpent and the mesoamerican Feathered Serpent, Quetzalcoatl, the Lord of the Dawn. The Scarab and the Scorpion as the Sun & Moon are an image of the two Pillars in the Tree of Life: the Pillar of Mercy represented by the masonic column called Jachin and the Sun, and the Pillar of Severity represented by the masonic column called Boaz and the Moon. The Serpent as the Giver of Life through Death and Lord of the Dawn, is represented in Freemasonry by the Sanctum Sanctorum, the Temple in the East, the kabbalistic Middle Pillar of Equilibrium. Hiram dead and reborn.

And now, for a nice ending, I'll use no words to conclude my brief discourse:


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Re: Asetian World Science and the Pillars of Eternity

Post by Jonathan on 04.07.13 13:17

Another great post Pyrene, you're publishing great contributions lately! Thank you, I enjoyed all that symbolism and correlations between cultures.

Very interesting details found in other places of the world and following with attention what you just shared the connections with the Asetian teachings clearly are not a coincidence and may have a much deeper meaning behind it. Asetianism really is universal!

Fascinating study...

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Re: Asetian World Science and the Pillars of Eternity

Post by Kalb on 08.07.13 20:42

Em Hotep, Pyrene.


Very good article. I Loved it! I have learned good things with you, my old friend.

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