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the atlas itch wrote:1. Would this image of the babe in the blue egg correspond to KCHGA or the Babe in the Abyss where the personality is purged of its poisons?
2. If the blue signifies spirit/ether/quintessence, is this blue egg identical to the akashic egg?
3. If this Babe in the Egg of Blue = one’s HGA, is it correct to assume that part of KCHGA is being able to access and read the akashic record?
4. The babe in the egg implies a gestation and birthing process. Is it correct that what follows is the birth of an 8=3?
This verse continues the theme [from v. 48], then adds a new element. It is the element of Spirit, or Shin as the unifying and central truth within the Maya respresented by Tetragrammaton. Here, in this Geburan verse of the Lamed set of verses [v. 115 of the whole Book], Hadit is again the God of Strength and Fitness. The shells die and fade. They are “of the 4,” i.e., of the microcosmic elements; but, “there is a fifth,” Akasha, whose Power is To Go. It is Spirit - “Amen” is a title of Kether - and Hadit is like Harpocrates the Silent within this Akashic egg.
(As AC points out indirectly, this may also read that “Amen” is “of the 4.” AMN = 741 = Sh + M + A + Th, the four elements. 666 suggested, in N.C., that the Pentagram is completed by adding Beth to AMN= 93, thus BAMN — which Fra. R.Q.S. would probably abhor!)
It may be, by the way ,that this verse number, 49, implies that Rose which is rightly on the Cross thus formed.
the atlas itch wrote:Thanks for interesting comments. The image of the babe in the blue egg does seem to correspond with the Christian idea of being “born again”.
If the babe in the blue egg symbolizes a stage prior to KCHGA at Tiphareth,
the atlas itch wrote:Now if memory serves me correctly, the hieroglyph for Hadit in the Stele is the winged sun-globe. This suggests Crowley implicitly identifies Hadit with the Tao itself. Would you agree this observation?
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