Nov 172011
 

Starlight is the love inflection; Flame, Air, Water, Earth, Reflection

The setting sun saw the Master facing East in a seemingly effortless but distinctly prayerful posture; calling the Earth to witness. In time the Moon rose and Venus emerged triumphant like a diamond on its band of gold.

Looking up at the sky, the Master saw how the quintessential force of the evening star was thrown into relief by the glowing pharos of Mars, silently beckoning his paramour as he bequeathed to her the dark and endless night. The imperator of war was in a state of surrender at the temple of beauty, but he also had a message to impart:

Here in orbit turn the star-lings – planets binding, suns inclining – in such ways that whole dimensions fold inside the vaults of Heaven.

The Master wondered about the possible effects of Mars’ conjunction with Venus, pouring out onto Earth the magnified force of a sublime alchemical wedding.

This compelling planetary event was irresistibly conspiring with the imminent precession of the equinoxes to create the most potent cosmic conditions that had ever been witnessed from Earth; at least since the Star of the Magi had heralded the turning point of history. Or so it seemed.

How could the signs at this time be ignored? Thought the Master. The answer was that they could not! That the divine plan might remain unfulfilled was inconceivable, but how, precisely, it would manifest was nonetheless a mystery of Mysteries.

When the ears of the student are ready to hear, then cometh the lips to fill them with Wisdom.

  4 Responses to “The Love Inflection”

  1. yes the bridesmaids line the aisle, but the bride is herself hesitant perhaps of this conjuntion. all of the vaults of heaven await the nuptial.

  2. When the ears of the student are ready to hear, then cometh the lips to fill them with Wisdom.

    ‘ Before the ear can hear it must have lost it’s touchiness………..
    Before the voice can speak in the presence of the Masters, it must have lost the power to wound……
    Before the soul can stand in the presence of the Masters, the feet must be washed in the blood of the heart…………….’

  3. ah yes, wonderful, where is this from is it from MoTT somewhere?

  4. No, it is from ‘Light on the Path’ by Mabel Collins, liberally interpreted by me.
    http://theosociety.org/pasadena/lightpat/lightpa1.htm#part2

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