The Princess and the Pea

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Princess and the Pea is a fairy tale we all heard as children. It also went by the title, The Real Princess. Here is yet another story everyone tries to give meaning to. Hans Christian Andersen was the writer of several esoteric fairy tales. All his stories he said he heard as a child. Andersen fairytales were about the mind and the inner journey. The Princess and the Pea is no different. Calling this a story about spoiled brat aristocrats, sensitivity, marrying the right person, or any other nonsense is simply false.


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Hello World

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My readers who have contacted me on my website know my name is James G.  Very few know who I really am or what I look like. Hello world. Meet the Serpent.  


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Unlocking the Goddess

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People today of every religion, faith, race, society and creed are searching.  They are searching for answers.  They are looking for themselves and what this existence is all about.  Searching for reality.  Very few are finding answers.  They may find something and go down some rabbit hole only to find out its an illusion like most things in this reality.  So they go on searching.  Materialism and intellectualism has taken over our world.   How do we find truth in a hall of broken mirrors?  The key is unlocking the Goddess.


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The Cosmic Ocean

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Ever wonder why the ancients thought the cosmos as an ocean?  So many myths talk about a watery abyss.  When it rains the rain does not just nourish certain plants.   It does not just help the grass or flowers.  It benefits every living thing.  Mother Nature does not play favorites.  The ancients were describing a force in the cosmos as an ocean because it nourishes everything too.  This force is like an ocean of water that brings the great energies of life to every living thing.  Everyone and every creature interpreters these energies according to their own needs.  

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Pineal Gland

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One gland in our body that still has not given up its secrets is the pineal gland.  Science knows nothing about it.  They speculate about it.  Science understand that the pineal gland release chemicals into the body, but they don’t know why. They are busy trying to figure out how to control it.  Glands act as regulators, distributors and organizers of chemicals that influence our behaviors.  Here is the truth as to why science does what it does.  To influence our behavior.  

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Forgotten Knowledge

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Alexandria was a place of true wisdom.  All the texts mingled together there.  It had the knowledge of all antiquity.  There was millions of manuscripts.  When the libraries burned down we lost more knowledge than we could ever get back.  Only legends and fables remain from Alexandria.  The entire structure of the Hermetic was developed in Alexandria.  Not far from Alexandria was the pyramids was the pyramids of Egypt.  Today no one knows how, when or why the pyramids were built.  

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Ariadne’s Thread

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Ariadne’s thread is thought to be logic itself. Most mythologist say it is anything you use to get out of a bad situation. As a matter of fact, I was told “Ariadne’s thread” and “trial and error” are the same thing. They are partially right. What they don’t understand is the sacred feminine, your intuition, is hardly ever wrong.

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The Peacock

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Like a lot of other animals there is so much symbolism for the peacock.  People’s imagination can run wild and dedicate any trait they want to the peacock.  This is one of the most beautiful birds on the planet, so most think the bird symbolizes beauty.  It also sheds it feathers every year so some say it represents rebirth.  Let’s get on with the true occult symbolism of the peacock.  

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The Mirror

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Mirrors reflect light so they reflect the world around us.  Light is symbolic of illumination, awareness and wisdom, so some will say the mirror reflects truth. I have shown in my Ankh post that the Ankh in ancient Egypt was actually a mirror.  The mirror is a threshold between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind.  The mirror is one of the most ancient symbols, so we really need to understand what it means.  

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The Stag

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The symbol of the stag is very interesting to me.  This symbol in the Arthurian legends sends the knights off on a spiritual quest.  It is the symbol of Pan and Cernunnos.  In China the stag is the symbol of the God of Immortality, Shou-hsien.  In Native American legends the stag symbolizes the Spirit World. The Hopi cut the image of their Sun god from a piece of deerskin.  Why is the symbol of the stag so important that it represents Gods and Spirits?  I found the answers I was looking for in Egypt once again.  

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