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solomon levi
09-21-2011, 11:22 PM
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I added a couple things afterwards:

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solomon levi
09-22-2011, 12:04 AM
The centerpiece is the athanor - a triangle, a square and a circle.
The circle forms the body of the vase and the neck of the vase doubles as the door of the pyramid temple and the symbol Pi.

There's a lot of green language and multiple meanings. For example, M-agni and E-lectus can be magnetism and electricity,
and also M (water) agni (fire), and also magni as in 'great' and electus as in 'elect'. But also lectus as in 'leche' (milk - the white)...

Alot of words may look like latin or something... it's my own jumble of roots, not meant to be any language precisely, but able to convey the meaning through the root.

I'll mention the play on words - "patience is a virtue". There's a lot in this green language. I'll try to explain some to give another idea of how this may be read
on several levels. Obviously, I have the patient and the agent dichotomy. But there is also a spiritual/psychological teaching on patience. Many Philosophers
advise us to have patience or to hurry slowly/carefully ("festina lente"). And if you think about it, all things come to those with infinite patience. Patience
could be the Philosophical magnet that attracts all. At the same time, I made Virtue the Patient. Virtue has several definitions in itself:
It could be purity/chastity - our virgin patient, but it can also be manly - virile, potent.
It can also be an order of angels - a higher plane.

There's dozens of little word things like that in the whole.

Athanor = deathless because orgone is the opposite of entropy.

I'll leave the rest for you to consider.

11-15-2016, 11:14 AM
I dig the kundalini chakra imagery especially with the heart chakra.