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Ring & Asetianism.

Post by Kalb on 26.04.10 18:55

Greetings.


The Ring is a symbol of faithful union freely between man and woman exchanging vows and symbolized by the exchange of rings, wedding ring was formerly used by Christian monks and nuns as the symbol of your connection and commitment, respectively, with the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ. Christian tradition existed in stories of knights who took the ring to enter the monasteries, just as in pagan times, young people honored the commitment to Venus using a ring. Among the Hebrews, the ring was worn on the index finger of right hand, perhaps because its tradition believed that finger magic and powerful, capable of good and evil. In the tradition of the Hebrews is a magic ring that used by King Solomon to control the demon and make him work on the construction of his temple. It was said that the devil had taken possession of the ring, posing as the king, turning him into a beggar by the end of his days. Were the Egyptians may have the initiative to put the ring on the fourth finger of his left hand from the thumb. The Egyptians believed that this finger was linked to the heart through a vein that established a chain of love. The ring was the shape of this chain of love will not ever escape the beings who used it. Among the famous rings of mythology are the iron ring that has promised to use after their release by Hercules as a symbol of their allegiance to Zeus, king of the ring and Polycrates, who has always so lucky that he decided to break destination before something worse happen to him: a cast his ring into the sea that once eaten by a fish, he returned to the hands of a fisherman as an offering, thus symbolizing the destination. Plato referred to the ring of Gyges, which rendered him invisible and had been responsible for his immense fortune. In Germanic mythology, the Ring of the Nibelung was the symbol of power that had been removed by Wotan. It was believed that the combination of three rings relied on the destination and the popular tradition of fairy tales was linked to magic spells. The three rings symbolize the love, power and wisdom.

In ritual magic ring has several representations. For example: Serves as a miniature representation of the magic circle of evil and protects the person. Actually you can do several different rings for your wishes.

Now...

The word Shen is Kemetic and means ring or circle, being also a symbol of
eternity, because it has no beginning and no end.


Practically, the ring tells of union ... And I think that Asetians were the first to use the ring for several things .. For example Concubines tend to be passionate and obsessed lovers deeply connecting to the ones They rooted link. They can wear a ring to represent this link. Razz
The movie "The Lord of the rings" is a powerful movie that can show the power of the ring.

What is your point of view between ring and Asetianism?
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Re: Ring & Asetianism.

Post by Hioman on 27.04.10 10:02

Em Hotep,

A huge "coincidence" to me you have posted a topic about the Ring, Stalker. I mean, tonight, my Love had given me her ring (which I had given to her) to I guard it for a moment while she would play volleyball. I got the ring, but by the time we left I had forgotten it. She cried a lot ... I did not know what to do. So I left her at home, I went back to where we were before, it was almost midnight, all was darkness ... but I could see the ring. Was there, very visible to my eyes. Shiny in the safe Darkness. Then I got back. It returned to the fingers of My Love and then I told her: "The Darkness knows who to guard who follow Her. Her Highness Aset protects everything that is done in Her Sacred Name." It was a night, a singular moment for me. And today I see that your text, Stalker. Thrilled me.
It was an experience I wish to share +)

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Well Of great importance for me to know now that the first to use a ring were the Wise Egyptians. I really did not know. Grateful, Stalker.

I think actually there is a deep relationship with a ring Astianism. Besides representing an infinite cycle, as Stalker said, can also represent life tenure, rebirth. I believe that the "world" can be defined in the structure of a ring. And, as explained in the Sacred Asetians Teachings: imortality, "an eternal cycle of death and rebirth".

And "Lord of the Rings" is a movie I never get tired of watching. Should be used as an example for us all to show loyalty, perseverance, humility and dedication to what really is the goal to follow.
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Re: Ring & Asetianism.

Post by Kate on 28.04.10 7:21

A ring is the reflection of eternity, it has no beginning and no end, it is through our mind's eye that we go beyond the restrictions of provable facts, and touch upon the truth,the circle of life, = born, exist, die, hardly a circle but a straight line unless it is closed and u are reborn!
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Re: Ring & Asetianism.

Post by SetAzEl on 29.04.10 22:13

Kate wrote:A ring is the reflection of eternity, it has no beginning and no end, it is through our mind's eye that we go beyond the restrictions of provable facts, and touch upon the truth,the circle of life, = born, exist, die, hardly a circle but a straight line unless it is closed and u are reborn!

Perhaps a cycle for some and a spiral for others.......as far the Asetians and rings, I think Kate said it best by saying "A ring is the reflection of eternity", that is what I think when I think of Asetians, immortal souls that exists for all eternity.
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Post by Aleina on 30.04.10 8:09

Very interesting post Stalker.
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