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Friday, February 1, 2019

The Unsealing of the Seven Seals
“Step Away From the Revelation of John”
The Satanic (and expensive but worthless) interpretations of the antichrist theologians (Hal Lindsey, Jack VanImpe, et al) notwithstanding:
The Seven Seals of the Revelation of John symbolize the progression of consciousness from the Creation, through “the Fall”, to the emergence of a consciousness which originates in Revelation.
The First Seal (Revelations 6:1-2) symbolizes the human consciousness as it was Created by God; the white horse symbolizing the Revelation of Truth through the Vision of the “Son of man” and the Revelation of the “resurrection”, and the rider on the white horse symbolizing the search for Truth/scientific truth.
The Second Seal (Revelations 6:3-4) symbolizes “the Fall”: the origin of the dualistic or ‘classical’ consciousness in self-reflection, and the ‘image’ or ‘form’ of the spatial, echoing the symbol of the “beast of the sea” (Revelations 13:1-10).
The Third Seal (Revelations 6:5-6) symbolizes the temporal continuity of the ‘form’ or the ‘image’ of the spatial; with the darkness of thought (originating in duality) symbolized by the black color of the horse, and the judgement of ‘good’ and ‘evil’ originating in the dualistic consciousness (see the Gospel of Philip) symbolized by the scales held by the rider; which echoes the symbolism of the “beast of the earth” (Revelations 13:11-18) which is echoed in Sura 27:82 of the Koran.
The Fourth Seal (Revelations 6:7-9) symbolizes the activities of a human civilization based upon the dualistic consciousness originating in self-reflection and the postulation of the thought of the ‘thinker’ (which is the basis of hermeneutics), rather than the Revelation of Truth.
The Fifth Seal (Revelations 6:9-11) describes the activities of human civilization from the perspective of someone with direct experience of the “observing consciousness”.
The Sixth Seal (Revelations 6:12-17) symbolizes the conflict and the annihilation of the dualistic consciousness with and by the Revelation of Truth as a ‘Negative Form’/Formlessness of, however, Infinite Structure.
The Seventh Seal (Revelations 8:1) is an oblique reference to the Vision of the “Son of man” (also referred to as the “Night Journey” of the prophet Mohammed).
Similarly, (and how cool is this?), the seven symbols forming the crop circle reported on, interestingly enough, 7-17-07 (which followed by a period of 10 days the crop circle reported on 7-7-07--see the explanation in the following note), (See the Preliminary Diagram of Andreas Muller at )
consist of a pictorial representation of the progression of consciousness; originating, however, in self-reflection rather than the Revelation of Truth:
1) The first sphere to the extreme left signifies the “point consciousness” of reflection.
2) The second sphere signifies the creation of the ‘form’ or the ‘image’ of the spatial, through self-reflection, as a point of light (self) within a field of darkness (non-self).
3) The third sphere signifies the temporal continuity and expansion of light (the self) through the postulation of the thought of the ‘thinker’ originating in fear and desire.
4) The fourth sphere signifies the time-reversal to psychosis (darkness) and the reversion or inversion of the spatial definition of self and non-self, good and evil. (In Jungian psychology, this is symbolized as the ‘dragon swallowing the sun’; or is described as “the face of the sun going black”—see Revelations 6:12-17—or, even, a “total eclipse of the heart”.)
5) The fifth sphere signifies the emergence of the “observing consciousness” and/or the “archetypes” as a point of light within the field of the darkness of psychosis, and/or the receiving of Revelations which precipitated the collapse of the ‘classical’ consciousness in the first place.

6) The sixth symbol, consisting of two spheres connected by a line, signifies the violent oscillation of emotions signifying the violent oscillation between the “observing consciousness” (and the Knowledge conveyed of and through the “observing consciousness”), and the ‘classical’, dualistic consciousness originating in self-reflection (and the perceptions and knowledge originating in the dependently-arising dualities) symbolized by the “dragon”. (See the Thanksgiving Hymns of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Revelation of John.) This can often be mistaken by ‘classical’ psychiatrists as “common” psychosis although the precipitating factor is different.

7) The seventh symbol, consisting of a large and a larger sphere connected by a line, signifies the oscillation between the consciousness based upon Knowledge received through Revelation, the oscillation of the ‘classical’ consciousness within the field of the “observing consciousness”, and the re-definition of “good” and “evil” on the basis of Revealed Knowledge.
8) The size and orientation of the small spheres at the extreme right are suggestive of ‘vestigial’ or ‘trivial’ elements of the consciousness originating in self-reflection--perhaps reflex or mechanical elements of the “beast of the sea”/”beast of the earth” aspects of the ‘classical’ consciousness--which are ‘satellite’, ‘peripheral’, or ‘tangential’ to the oscillating consciousness originating in the Revelation of Knowledge (see the Gospel of Philip).
Michael (Daniel 12:1, Sura 2:98 of the Koran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light)