Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Black Magic as Inversion


It is typical of black magic or sorcery to content itself with inverting sacred and esoteric concepts without bringing anything new to the table.

Thus, for example, the pentagram, sacred figure of the microcosm that is man, is inverted creating a now well-known and ubiquitous symbol of satanism. 


Ditto, mon-eye, spiritual awakening (when one's third eye or pineal gland has been activated), is inverted by dark financial occultists in the form of money, so that where the former brings truth and light into the world and therefore freedom, the latter brings falsehood and darkness with the effect of enslaving mankind. 


The same could be said of that dark symbol of National Socialism, the swastika, whose direction Hitler inverted (from anti-clockwise to clockwise), the swastika up to that point signifying the chakras in the human body (or so I read somewhere). In fact the label National Socialist itself is an inversion of the word socialism which, strictly speaking, means ownership of the means of production by the worker-producers themselves rather than those who merely control the capital investment.

An un-inverted swastika

Inversion is said by David Icke to be a typical technique of power of what he calls the archons who pull the true strings of our civilisation's development and course with the effect that politics destroys freedom, medicine destroys health, food destroys nutrition, schools destroy education, police destroy security, money destroys the economy, religion destroys spirituality, the media destroy truth, work destroys human relations and so on.

This inversion of a potential force for good for the purpose of promulgating a dark agenda gives weight to the view that we are indeed largely living under the thumb of black magicians/sorcerers - at least in the temporal world - who have made a pact with demons in order to acquire power and fortune and go on living for a long time, knowing there will be nothing for them after death (both David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger can testify to their undue longevity). 

The power of black magic is short lived however, even though it stands truth and the good on their heads, since resistance, rebirth and regeneration will eventually see that truth is no longer stood on its head but re-set to its proper dominant position. For Being or, as Heidegger once put it, 
"what has the character of the Beginning"
is indestructible and black magic is always dependent on standing truths on their head rather than bringing any original truths to the table; thus, though inverted, the truth remains, albeit in a concealed way, and requires merely a re-inversion to be found anew, whereas inverted truth has no independent existence outside the inversion.

It was German philosopher Hegel who said that from the point of view of common understanding, metaphysics appeared to be an 'inverted world'. I would argue that it is the world of common understanding that is inverted through sorcery and that philosophy requires seeing through the inversions created by sorcery and setting them in their original position through magic. 


Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)

Pointing out the inversions made by the black sorcerers of consciousness and re-inverting the truths back to their natural upright inclination is one of the purposes of ScruffyOwlet's Tree. For mine is not the left-handed path.  

In conclusion, the adversary, Satan, is the great inverter of God's truth, bringing his darkness to the Creator's light if you will, the black sun to the true sun, but is nevertheless incapable of creating his own original cosmic laws. Divine wisdom thus involves being able to see through (thought) and unmake (action) Lucifer's inversions which could be commonly referred to as mind control methodologies. 

See older post Evil as Test for a more elaborate description of what identifying and resisting evil entails. 

Fluid Water & Solid Rock


It is often said of people who are resilient in the face of adversity that they are solid or even 'rock solid'. 

While immediately graspable, a perhaps more enlightened way to describe them would be to say they are fluid or even as 'fluid as water'.

For it is a noteworthy curiosity that despite being not solid and completely fluid, it is water that erodes minerals and rocks over time, not the reverse.

Thus this natural occurrence may present us with a lesson we can draw as to the benefits of being flexible and fluid in our behavioural psychology so as not to be eroded by life's challenges or tide patterns that repeat over a long period of time, just as waves continually collapse onto rocky beaches.

Prosaic v Poetic


To interpret symbols and occult traditions generally a poetic mind is required since symbology means the bringing together of data through things standing for other things (from συμβάλλω, to throw together). 

Poetry comes from the Greek verb ποιέω, to make, to create, to bring forth. In other words it requires a creative mind to be moved by the rich tapestry of ancient symbolism and nature's hidden (occult) secrets. 

The prosaic mind by contrast will immediately and unthinkingly take issue with the free and open-ended deciphering of symbols, including the signs that words constitute, e.g. in green language, invariably preferring scientifically valid explanations that have been established through conventional (from cum together and venire to come: the coming together of men) means of acquiring knowledge such as that gained through the peer-reviewed university system. 

Prosaic comes from prose, typically contrasted in modern academic discourse with verse (poetry), and the word prose is from the Latin prosa meaning 'straightfoward', 'direct'. The prosaic mind will thus scoff at and be generally offended by alternative explanations behind mainstream reality, politics, history, religion, science, instinctively preferring perceived straightforward explanations, e.g. those offered by the corporate media and established institutions. 

Perhaps the battle for knowledge of the ages has largely been one fought between prosaic and poetic minds, the former being content only with five-sense reality and intellectualist logic, the latter tapping into their in-tuitive imagination to decipher life's mysteries and esoteric lessons.