TOB: January 18, 1955 at 9:40 PM in Lynwood Gardens, CA Sun 28° Capricorn 22' and Moon 4° Sagittarius 16'
Ascendant 25° Virgo 30' - Midheaven 25° Gemini 06' DESTINY PATH 3
Maxima and 'OM' - 'Monad' - 'The One'
Many of Kevin Costner's films are structured to highlight The Mystic White Wave, one known as trans-seasonal and multi-dimensional. Costner is a two-time Academy Award-winning American film actor and director who has often produced his own films. Costner's most popular success is the epic Dances with Wolves (1990) set during the sunset years of the great American Plains Indians. He directed and starred in the film and served as one of two producers. The film was nominated for twelve Academy Awards and won seven, including two for him personally (Best Picture and Best Director). Costner followed this with Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991), the Oliver Stone-directed JFK (1991) and The Bodyguard (1992) with Whitney Houston, all of which provided huge box office takings or critical acclaim.
If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.
M A X I M A
The Maxima White frequency is the sacred syllable 'OM.' 'OM' precedes and completes all sentences that are found in spiritual and sacred texts in countries like Tibet and India, where recording and illumination are regarded as ancient art forms. 'OM' opens and closes all doors in the created worlds. The sound is associated with Jupiter and the Brahman. Traditionally 'OM' is the same sound heard around the planet Jupiter that co-governs [with the Sun and Moon] the earth's weather cycle. Links with God and Noah as the new patriarch of the rainbow covenant are obvious. Mythology also provides powerful sky conscious figures who are linked with the storm and/or the rainbow bridge, such as Odin/Wotan, Thor/Donner, Zeus/Jupiter, Hera and Iris, Gandalf and Saruman, and many others.
The mythological phase of consciousness is a bridge from magical to mental functioning. As the hot lava of the magical level is touched by the first, cold air of the discerning mind, it gels into forms. These are the mythological images. The current moves back and forth all the time between the earthly unitary field awareness and the airy abstractions of thought.
-Edward C. Whitmont, RETURN OF THE GODDESS
Moon in Sagittarius
The arrow in flight is going to the center of the target, the bull's eye. This symbol appears in two of my favourite Kevin Costner films:
Dances With Wolves and Robin Hood: Prince of Theives.
Arrow (Sagitta). About the Arrow it has been said that it represents either the weapon with which Heracles 1 killed the eagle that devoured the liver of Prometheus, or the arrow with which Apollo killed the Cyclopes, after the death of his son Asclepius [Apd.2.5.11; Dio.4.15.2; Hes.The.527; Hyg.Ast.2.15; Hyg.Fab.31].
The colours that form when the white wave is directed through prismatic or cut diamond filters are identical with the rainbow arc we see after a steady rain. Amulets associated with these colours are, in general, linked with
the gemstones of the zodiac. Additional amulets based on colour are also suggested:
White - These stones are usually associated with truth and purity. They avert the Evil Eye and carry the protection of heaven, said to be their place of origin. Stones that sparkled and rock crystal defeated every kind of witchcraft, and those which were marked either by Nature or art with bands of a different colour, circles, etc. were greatly esteemed. Marble is associated with both Jupiter, the higher mind, and Mercury, the lower mind, especially with regard to small statues of the family "saint" and household gods and goddesses. White jade is extremely popular for it's strength and luster.
Rainbow stones - These stones are usually associated with lower energy balancing, especially rainbow tourmaline or laguna agate. Clear, cut quartz crystal is popular because it is an easy and low maintenance stone. Most of the energy absorbed by quartz is quickly cleared by immersing the crystal in running water, especially in pristine pure environmental sets. Rainbow stones are given to Iris, The Rainbow Goddess, The Norse Storm Gods, and also refer to biblical record.
Violet - Stones of violet colour, in some countries, hung on the necks of children is supposed to protect them from sickness but make them docile and obedient to their parents. Traditional belief: It is formed of the crystallized tears which Eve shed when she was separated from Adam. The deep purple sapphire is particularly calm and serene, imparting a theta [yogi] frame of mind.
Blue - Stones of this colour, especially Lapis Lazuli, may be applied for all personal desires and complaints. Shakespeare’s "The Merchant of Venice” features a Turquoise ring. In the 16th century, the cultures of the American Southwest used Turquoise as currency. It was also often found on the facades of Indian homes. Turquoise, both blue and white, are highly prized by Native Americans and necklaces are often layered, sometimes worn in multiples of five or more. Turquoise and silver are especially powerful when combined. They set up positive magnetic/receptive patterns of thought and are frequently found within the artist/poet's creative space. Many alchemists give turquoise to Venus.
Green - Nephrite, the emerald, green jade, Amazon stones, etc. are connected with luxuriant vegetation and fertility in man and beast. Mediums use green stones to establish equilibrium before taking up a significant task. Peridot is a yellow-green stone said to free the mind from envious thoughts. See
The Green Wave.
Yellow - An intellectual spiritual vibration, yellow stones avert jealousy and may be linked to philosophy, teachers work, and public relations. Stones of this colour were said to assist men who suffered from jaundice and other diseases of the liver.
Orange - Stones are associated with luxury, and a carnelian ring is supposed to give peace of mind and a calm temperament. The colour resonates with the archetype of Sol and the Goddess Hathor. Ancient names were often carved into carnelian cylinders that were used to 'sign' the name in wet clay; this colour is linked to public image and credibility. Carnelian treasure boxes often hold rings and stones with magical properties.
Red - Stones of red colours were used to stop bleeding of wounds [bloodstone, red agate, red jasper] and protect their wearers from fire; they were often worn as pectoral amulets. Red and rose coloured stones are usually set in gold or rose-gold, but may be set in white gold when preferred.
Brown and earth colour stones ward off sicknesses. Some people carry 'Apache
Tears' with them during stressful phases of life. See The Trail of
Tears. Test your knowledge of history - Trail
of Tears Quiz. Some dream sequences in Carl Jung's studies
reveal brown crystal as symbolic of The Virgin Mary. Amber was favoured by
most ancient civilizations as an empowerment and clearing tool; it was
believed the stone contained 'lightning,' somewhat akin to Aladdin's Lamp
and the Genii or Steven Spielberg's amber gems harvested by technicians at
Black - Jet was considered a magical stone accredited as the protective agent against just about everything that goes bump in the night. Stones were protections against the Evil Eye; when burnt in powders it protected absent loved ones and it drove away snakes and reptiles. Obsidian and mica are sometimes lodged under the heading of the colour black, but as in the situation with onyx, they tend to respond to vibes allied with either the Plutonian or Saturnian urge.
Misc. Notes: Moonstones were said to protect against epilepsy, bring farmers a healthy cornucopia of crops, and confer good luck. The stone balances the inner plane system and, like moss agate, assists recovery of health after an illness. See also The Breastplate of Aaron. The book of Exodus contains an important reference to Turquoise. The Breastplate of the Hebrew High Priest Aaron contained twelve stones set in four rows. Reproduction of the Breastplate seen in Raiders of The Lost Ark is as close to accurate as we'll see in the present day. Black and White stones, such as onyx, worn at the shoulders are considered powerful balance factors for the high priest, high priestess, and as amulets worn by the mummy. In other situations, by implication, black and white stones, if worn together, sometimes call to mind mourning and might be bad luck. White is often linked with the doorway or entrance to any place under the discerning eye of a dowser. Perhaps this refers to the idea of incarnation itself. The ancients believed the doorway into the physical frame of reference is 'death' because the cord, once cut, destines the individual to the grave. To compensate, crystal wind chimes are suggested at the front gate or main door. They stir up akasha and minimize any association with the 'first cut.' This colour chart helps with the selection of the best [luckiest] colour for the front door to your home. Choose the one you like most.
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In addition, it should be noted The Akasha Records are often compared with the Mystic White Wave or the Akasha-Black-gold/ Akasha-Black-silver Waves. The following explanation may assist the reader. Due to an information gap regarding the shifts in consciousness in the labyrinthine process before the soul finally reaches the "chamber" known as The Hall of Records, the ultimate location may be set in different parts of the paradigm. Most people link this repository of human history, with Jupiter and The Mystic White Wave. The biblical direction provides a guide for the seeker and pilgrim, signifying both a storehouse in flesh and one in stone [usually interpreted as The Great Pyramid at Giza or within it's shadow.] Also, ancient ideas about opposites and the bi-polar expression are not concurrent with those of the Piscean Era. An example of the difference between the Geminian Age schematic vs. the Piscean blueprint is established in the writing of Eliphas Levi, who though sworn to secrecy, nevertheless imparts the average account of our present day translation: "Boaz and Jakin are the names of the two symbolical Pillars before the principal entrance of Solomon's Kabalistic Temple. In the Kabalah these Pillars explain all mysteries of antagonism, whether natural, political or religious."
Ancient scripture represents the bi-polar universe as two forces moving the soul closer to the Judgment Chamber or threatening to devour the soul on it's journey. Many of our 'quest' themes are derived from the ancient journey that continues on so many levels. Campbell refers to an idea of the difference in examples of black and white via ancient creative/receptive serpents we eventually meet on our spiritual trip. He describes two protectors of the disincarnate entity [probably dating back to the time when our North Star was seen in the constellation Draco] as they were recorded in several Mesopotamian seals. They hold a cup or are attended by a water-bearer, an aquarius, in the presence of a world tree, offering luck and blessings to representatives of the human race. "There is no sign of divine wrath or danger to be found in these seals. There is no theme of guilt connected with the garden. The boon of the knowledge of life is there, in the sanctuary of the world to be culled. And it is yielded willingly to any mortal, male or female, who reaches for it with the proper will and readiness to receive."
-Joseph Campbell, THE MASKS OF GOD: OCCIDENTAL MYTHOLOGY
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