Individual, Spiritual Toolbox

The Auric Levels, The Divine Plane

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Auras can be seen with the eyes open. It can also be seen psychically with the eyes closed. It is best seen under soft light. Look beyond the object, and not focus on the object. Aura is observed more prominently around the hands, between the shoulders, neck, and head.

Those who see aura mostly observe the mental and etheric layers or planes. These are the colorful layers of the aura.

TERMINOLOGY:

Most commonly known and used terms

From the highest: Atomic to the lowest plane:

  1. Divine Plane. Adi Plane or Plane of the Logos. Ketheric
  2. Monadic Plane. Anupadaka Plane. Celestial- second spiritual
  3. Spiritual AtomicPlane. Etheric template first spiritual
  4. Intuitional Plane. Buddhic Plane. Higher mental
  5. Mental Plane. Manasic Plane. conscious mind
  6. Emotional Plane. Astral Plane.
  7. Physical Plane. Physical Plane. Etheric. physical

COMMON WORDS FOR THE ASTRAL PLANE

Higher Astral:

Etheric, Heaven, Summerland (word used by spiritualists), Celestial Planes, beyond the comprehension…

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Individual, Spiritual Toolbox

The Aura Energy Field

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The aura is an energy field that surrounds and penetrates the human body. Clairvoyants and healers describe it as an egg-shaped field of lights and colors. The aura extends beyond the body anywhere from a few inches to several feet. A special type of photography called Kirlian photography has even been able to capture the aura on film.

There are many different layers of energy in the aura, each existing at a different vibration. In order to easily remember the primary layers use the following example:

Suppose someone you know begins to exhibit angry behavior. At first, their angry energy hits the outer or spiritual layer of your aura. You shrug it off. You look at them with compassion and assume they must be having a bad day.

Now, the next time you see the same person, they are angry again. Their energy begins to filter into the mental layer…

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Spiritual Toolbox

Sacred, Spiritual Nature

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I do not really need experts telling me that being in nature contributes to a sense of well-being – but I’m happy to see that this concept is gaining traction and press. From the age of nine or 10, I regularly ran past the placid horses in the pasture, across the brook where red-winged blackbirds sang out their cheery “konkaree,” across the far field, and finally, panting, to the bar-gate into the woods.

Ah, the sheltering, mysterious woods! Refuge from family chaos, relief from long school days. My woods offered peace and possibility. I might startle a grouse – or rather it would startle me as it whirred into the air. Maybe deer would be feeding in the abandoned field beyond the woods. I knew I was in a magical territory, the domain of fairies and nature spirits, even if I couldn’t see them.

After a long woods ramble and a…

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Ritual tools, Spiritual Toolbox

Quaoar – The Sacredness of Life

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The Astronomy and Astrology of
Quaoar

Quaoar (pronounced kwah-whar) was the name given to the “creation force” by the Native American Tongva tribe who were the original inhabitants of the Los Angeles basin in Southern California—several thousand years ago when the LA basin was a vast and lush willow forest. According to legend, Quaoar, “came down from heaven; and, after reducing chaos to order, laid out the world on the back of seven giants. He then created the lower animals, and then (or from them) humankind.”

Quaoar was discovered by Mike Brown, a professor of planetary science at the California Institute of Technology and colleague Chad Trujillo in a digital image taken June 4, 2002, 05:41:40 UT from the Palomar Observatory 48-inch Oschin telescope in California. Quaoar was identified in the image on June 5, 2002, 10:48:08 PDT (the best discovery time to use for astrological purposes).

Upon examining archival…

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Esoterica, Spiritual Toolbox

Celtic Cross

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The Celtic Cross is a cross contained within a circle.  Very early versions of this cross, found in Ireland and Scotland, do not show the arms protruding beyond the inside of the circle.  The cross is encompassed inside the circle.  In this manner it becomes the world-wide symbol of the Sun Cross.  Christians stole it and made it the Latin Cross.  In its true form, this symbol is world-wide among the ancients.  What were they trying to tell us?

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Writing

Release Day: The Secret Service Agent — Sylum Clan

Release Day! Get a copy of The Secret Service Agent Today! Treat yourself to a new book this Holiday, or buy it for a friend! Format: Epub, Mobi, PDF, iBook Price: $4.99 Where: Amazon Barnes & Noble iTunes/iBooks Kobo Smashwords Imagine working everyday for the person you love, but can never truly have. Summary: When Michael Oliver’s…

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Readings

Slavic Winter Divination and Fortune Telling Practices

Elder Mountain Dreaming

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain – I have been a huge practitioner of divination for myself and for my clients and apprentices, so much so, that I have them as part of my folk healing medicine bag. I have done many different kinds of divination and worked with the public, but in the last ten years, I have limited it just a few main root divinations.

I started paying attention divination early, around sixteen, because I watched my eldest sister, who was almost thirty learn and read both the Tarot and the I-Ching on New Years Day and throughout the year. At seventeen, my second eldest sister exposed me to more astrology divination, as she started studying astrology, and took me to some of her Astrology meetings back in 1975 when I was still in high school. I was influenced in a good way by my two beautiful sisters which I…

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Gardens, Plants

12 Popular Christmas Plants

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Plants such as holly, ivy, and mistletoe had been used in celebrations long before the advent of Christianity and the Christmas celebrations we know today. Evergreens were used to ward off evil spirits and celebrate new growth during the Winter Solstice Festival as early as ancient times.

As Christian traditions became prevalent in western Europe, greenery was kept as part of the celebrations but ascribed new religious meanings. If you’re curious why today we decorate the Christmas tree, or how mistletoe became the excuse to steal kisses, and what new plants have been gaining popularity as Christmas plants lately, now is the time to make yourself a nice cup of tea and scroll through the gallery of Christmas plants we’ve assembled.

Rosemary

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The quintessential holiday herb, rosemary is as classic as the Christmas tree. Its association with Christmas dates back long before the poster child poinsettia had anything to do…

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Astrorisa Moon Cancer Full Moon Video 12/22/2018

Full Moon Transits 
Hello Moon Subscribers and Followers
Hope you all are doing well, during this powerful moon time. We’ll be under the fullness of the moon this evening with you as we perform the Cancer full moon ceremony. This video includes this Cancer Moon’s transits/ and aspects. Feel free to share with loved ones. Take a deep breath, and dive under the gracious waters of Mama Moon and collect your ire (blessings). See you all again when the moon is full, in January.
Cancer Full Moon Forecast and transits Dec. 2018
Cancer Full Moon Forecast and transits Dec. 2018
Esoterica

Lemurian Magic

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Story of Atlantis and Lemuria

Warning
WARNING: Reading this will cause you to have trouble relating to other people. Your values will change. Your mind will be your own. With a free mind comes great responsibility. The responsibility that you and you alone are in charge of your life.

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