31. The Archaeology of Silence; Hierarchy and Obedience

“Religion should give instruction in optimum living.” Source of the opening quote: C. C. Zain from the introduction to “Spiritual Alchemy, The Hermetic Art of Spiritual Transformation” as first published by the Church of Light,, Los Angeles c. 1914-1934. For more than twenty-centuries in the West, and even longer in the East, the concept of… Continue reading 31. The Archaeology of Silence; Hierarchy and Obedience

30. Momentary Equilibrium

“It Came To Pass Not To Stay“ The classic image of Libra, blindfolded, a woman holding a balance scale at its fulcrum. The scale idealizes a measure of fairness when two pans suspended from a common beam attain equilibrium. The hermetic interpretation of the beam is suggested by its fulcrum—a still point representing Love as… Continue reading 30. Momentary Equilibrium