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  Feeric:

Seeing also : Devas

Feeric is all that relating to the Devas, fairies and other elementary beings; it is also used to define marvelous or fantastic effects produced by the magic of these etheric beings.

The word ‘fairy' proceeds of the Latin fàtà derived at the same time of fàtum, the fate, the destiny that in the medieval period was considered a goddess.

But the magical world of the fairies and Devas cannot be understood from the mental and formal world, but from the intuitive world, therefore, we will leave what Betty Ballantine speak us of it:

<< The true fantastic experience is very different from that general vision composed of the imaginary thing with multitude of sentimental literature, with legions of inevitable and eternal happy ends. The world of ‘was upon a time', with being a charmer and however as much as we value it, is not the true world of the fairies. The fairies represent the Power, an incomprehensible magical power for the humans , they are strange creatures with some values and a very far away ethics of the human kind; do not think and, what is more singular, do not feel like the humans. This it is exactly the essence of their envy of the mortals and the origin of great part of the anxieties that cause, because the fairies are in itself creatures of the commodity of the life and they go without ceasing attracted toward all the forms of the creative faculty. [Betty Ballantine; Faeries] >>

 

Philosophy: (Philosophia)

Seeing also : Maat


The Philosophy is traditionally the science that tries the essence, properties, causes and effects of the natural things. Although esoterically, the Philosophy is more than a concept, a method to reach the Lighting.

The ‘Philosophia', in the sense of the Jonick Greek, is the love by the Wisdom of God; is the Unique Truth or Maat, that is declared like the supreme object of the Revelation, which is in essence, the sacred refuge of the Wings and of the Impetuses. But Maat, is also the fearsome accuser, Queen of the Sky of the Thought, that in a moment prepares the Terrible Angels and causes he aims him his swords of fire against the prevaricators, the hypocritical coats that hide his own defects to stir stingy in the alien defects.

She will plunge to the corrupt souls in the darkness of his own darkness and she will rescue from the bottom of the abyss to the pure souls grasped to the Unique Reality

Socrates (SwkrathV) speaks his disciples of the immortality of the soul, and he defines the road of the “Philosophy”, like the way of the liberation of all the false thing and sensory. The Philosophy, just as he taught it, is the logical reasoning of the mind applying the Law of the Similarity, to decipher the incognoscible mysteries, by means of its comparison with similar relatives cognoscible tings, causing the descending since the upper worlds the lower one to the Philosophy as to appeal directly to the earthly reason.
Socrates extracted from the soul of its disciples the individual earthly reason. His disciples extracted the spiritual element by means of the mental reasoning, by the intercession and the guide of its teacher, but was the mind of the own disciple the one that really lit clearly the causes and consequences of its own thoughts and reasoning. Socrates did that they live by means of the conscious guide of its thoughts, the sublime truths of the macrocosm, elevating pedagogically the intellectual level of the minds of its disciples.

Socrates, would initiate a movement in West that would mark deeply the cultural foundation of all the continent. The “Socratic element ” has a transcendental importance for all the western Aryan culture, and its extended through his disciples in a simmilar form than the way in which the doctrine of Buddha extends among the Aryans of East. The message of Socrates was of simple invoice, but of universal significance: ‘Develops in yourself what you are. Known yourself!'
Friedrich Hegel, German philosopher, was the maximum representative of the idealism in the 19th century, and he tried to give a new impulse to the Greek Philosophy of Socrates since the prism of Aristotle. The purpose of Hegel was to devise a philosophical system that could cover the ideas of the Greek predecessors, so that the past and the future they could be understood as a rational theoretical from a deep base. Similarly, and based on these concepts, Kant develop the western modern metaphysics. Thus, Hegel conceived to the same reality all that, with a global character, it constituted the matter of study of the philosophy. This metaphysics reality was applied to all that exists, referred as ‘the absolute thing', or ‘Absolute Spirit' (Absolut Geist).

For Hegel, the assignment of the philosophy is to explain the development of the absolute spirit; clearing the internal rational structure of the absolute thing, and showing the destiny or the purpose toward the one that is directed.

But, during its epoch, the keys of the Greek Philosophy had been lost, and in the nucleus of the study of the absolute spirit of Hegel an insurmountable obstacle for the human mind was found. Not in vain, Pythagoras himself always repudiated, by modesty, to be called to himself: "Philosopher", understanding for such: ‘The one that knows the hidden causes in the visible things'. And because of that, he was called simply: "Wise", that means: ‘The contender to the Philosophy, the loving wisdom or the Wisdom of the Love'.
The failure of Hegel, in the intent to rationalize the spirit, crystallized in the movement pessimistic headlined by Arthur Schopenhauer, that proposed the dominant metaphysical and ethical elements in its epoch, integrated to an atheistic philosophy and pessimist based on the ideals of the scholars of the Renaissance and of the Illustration. Although at final, the dead end in which its ideas wrecked of tedium, caused be grasped him al study of the philosophical systems of the Buddhism and Hinduism and of the Christian mysticism.
The natural perpetuator of these two philosophical currents was Eduard von Hartmann , who tried to devise a synthesis of the philosophical ideas of Schopenhauer and Hegel. The contribution of Hartmann to the philosophical thought of their epoch was the thesis that the human awareness and all the physical process of the world are related to the conflict between two  opposite metaphysic causes, the ‘unconscious will' and the ‘conscious idea'. It associated the evolution of the intellect with the knowledge of the illusions to obtain the happiness and conceived the salvation of the individual by means of the triumph of the reason and to the extinction of the conscious will.

In this way Hartmann bound directly the thought Aryan-oriental of the Buddhist culture and the westerner of the Socratic philosophy. On subtle form they united the two old currents of the pre-Christian Aryan thought in a new philosophical renaissance, but said “renaissance ” only implied that the Humanity “repeated course” once more, as they did not to have approved the “Christian subject” to its duty time…

 

  Fohat:

Seeing also : Dzyu ;Brill ;Demiurge; Nóumeno ; HâOuR

 

According what the Book of the Dzyan defines, it brought to light to the western world by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Fohat is the fast son of the Children Divine, whose children are the Lipika. He carries messages you circulate: Fohat is the Horse and the Thought of the Rider that crosses as the ray the clouds of fire; gives Three and Five and Seven steps through the Seven upper regions and of the Seven lower. It raises the Voice, and flame to the innumerable Sparks, and gathers them…

But we listen directly the narration of the Stays of the Dzyan about Fohat, just as they are related in the own book brought to light for Blavatsky:

<< The Vibration propagates, and in their fast Wings (those of Fohat) touch al entire Universe, and al Germ that is latent in the Darkness; Darkness that encourage on the asleep Water of the Life. The Darkness radiate the Light, and the Light emits a solitary Ray in the Water, inside the Abyss of the Mother… [Book of the Dzyan, Stay III according to H. P. Blavatsky; The Secret Doctrine] >>

 

In these enigmatic sentences we can observe as the ‘vibration' of Fohat , the messenger of the God or Dhyân Chohans, are the wings that move on the Darkness awaking al Germ that Moorish in her, the which represents to the Monad or immortal Spark. Thus, Fohat is the Horse and the Thought of the Rider, this is, the vehicle of the life and at the same time the conscious messenger of the Demiurge, transmitting for the will of Him , the Archetypes of the phenomenal Life.

Fohat is in its maximum expression the ‘Spirit of God being moved in the Chaos' or the ‘Snake of Fire'. This is the meaning of our first etymology: ‘viçate', therefore Fohat is here ‘and l that penetrates in the Darkness' and ‘the manufacturer of the Upper Astral Light or Noumenal'. The Upper Astral Light is known for all the schemers as the Aether Fundamental or Âkâsha, the First Light of the Elohim.

The Snake of Fire is represented in the Kabalah by the Hebrew letter Teth (x), therefore she is the sole agent and universal at any rate and of every life, the which he is formed by Od, Ob and Aour; active, passive and positive. Od is the pure Light that gives the life; Ob , the messenger of death and Aour (rw ') the synthesis or Astral Light that wraps to the phenomenal bodies in the Magnetism universal call also the Gold of the Alchemists that causes the Attraction or Love of the Stars. The Intelligence that guide to that force is called in the Kabalah: Tehor (rweX ), the ‘Lord that inhabits in the world of the purity'.

The purity is then the vibratory base so that the form can receive to Fohat, the electric fluid, but when is devaluated becomes pulsating disharmonies; in this situation, the curator (Epopte), needs then to print in the form an adequate rhythm and to dissolve evil. The conflict exists in the opposition of the movements. The related curator the beating of the form and its integration with the side Monadic and does this with the application of the conductive middle of energy Brill. The curator should be therefore, like a bell that echoes with the currents of the cosmos. The energy Brill is a harmonic energy with the strict laws that govern the Seven Children of Fohat, or seven levels of energy vibration of the matter declared, that go since the rudimentary chemical electricity to the radiant energy passing for the sound and the light. Its levels are understood as inter-atomic, atomic, inter-molecular, molecular vibrations, etheric, inter-etheric and a last level of radiation that marks the start of a new cycle al that is called like dimensional vibrations:

<< Then Svabhâvat sends to Fohat to harden the Atoms. Each one is a part of the Fabric. Reflecting al Lord that exists for itself, like a Mirror, each which at the same time comes to be a World… [Book of the Dzyan, Stay III according to H. P. Blavatsky; The Secret Doctrine] >>

 

The Cosmic Electricity to which associates Fohat in the phenomenal world, is not a blind force, but a “Intelligence ” that accompanies to the energy phenomena. In this way Fohat is a thing in the universe without declaring and another different one in the universe declared, therefore in its second form represents the Purity or perfection of the Form to image of the Creator, represented by Tehor.

Fohat is, in this manner, the alive Force created by the Will that binds all the cosmic energies between the formal world and of the immanifested:

<< He builds them to older resemblance of Wheels , placing them in the Imperishable Centers.

How does he build them Fohat? He gathers the Igneous Dust. It does Spheres of Fire, runs through them and around him, instilling them life; and later puts them in movement: TO some in this direction, to the other in that. They are colds and he heats them. They are Dry and he dampens them. They shine and he fans them and refreshes them. Thus it proceeds Fohat of the one al another Twilight, during Seven Eternities… [Book of the Dzyan, Stay VI according to H. P. Blavatsky; The Secret Doctrine]>>

 

In these paragraphs we see as a halite of active life in the life cycle of the Radiant Energy exists or Fohat, fluctuating since the start to the end of each cycle over Seven Manvantaras, and among each one there is a great empty one or Laya point, the deserved rest of the material profusion. Those smaller cycles are at the same time composed of other many that interact inside the cycles increasingly they slowly, defining small processes of creation and destruction of the matter, and therefore, to each cycle of creation corresponds him one opposite of destruction, giving rise to an incessant fight between the constructive aspects and the destructive that defines the laws of survival that the Nature shows us:

<< The Central Sun does that Fohat collect fundamental dust in the shape of globes, that prompt them to be moved in convergent line, and that, finally approach each other and they be added… Widespread by the Space without order neither system, the Germs of Worlds enter in frequent collisions to their final aggregation, after which they become Vagabonds (Comets). Then they begin the battles and the fights. The oldest attract to the youngest, while other they repel them. Many perish, devoured by their stronger companions. The ones that are saved, they become worlds. [ book of the Dzyan according to H. P. Blavatsky; The Secret Doctrine] >>

 

We see here that Fohat in its state of Force or Matter in agitation by means of the friction (Fricative Fire) goes crumbling the Matter in movement that is separated among itself, expanding in this manner the cosmos declared until exhausting the fragile equilibrium that relates to the Matter with the Force.

On this point appears our third etymologic aspect of Fohat, what is called Po-Huan, Even is the disintegration and they Flee is the dissolution or dispersion. This aspect is found to continue the Tracks of Kiu-te, the compiler of the Book of Dzyan, as first volume of the Comments to the seven secret volumes of Kiu-te. To continue its steps we find another great ancient work of the Chinese philosophy, the I Ching, The old Book of the Mutations, acquaintance as the Chou I; The mutations of the Chou. Work, this, last associated with the dynasty of the Chou, around the 1122 al 221 B.C., and more concretely of the precursor of the dynasty, the Wen king and of its son the duke of Chou, great philosophical figure at the beginning of the same one, for which the work of the Chou I, can be dated from at less under that name, with an antiquity of approximately 1000 years B.C.

This thousand-year-old work is without place to doubts a copy or smaller work carried out by the emperors of China on a lot more old texts lost at present for the general public and possibly brothers of the Book of the Dzyan, the ancient texts attributed to Kiu-te.

The I Ching is attributed to the mythical personage Fu Hi, father of the Chinese culture and creator among others things of the graphics or hexagrams that conform the symbols of the Book of the Mutations, being attributed to such signs an antiquity such that surpasses the historic memory of the Chinese town. The work was centuries later commented and regulated by the large figures of the Chinese philosophy as Lao Tse and Kung Tse or Confucius, toward the century IV B.C.

The motive that the I Ching have survived to wars and dynasties itself due fundamentally to its character oracular and of guessing through the stems of Yarrow (Aquilea or Artemisa ), that did it very popular in China during large periods of time.

The signs that represent the third aspect etymologic of Fohat are: Po, that signifies the disintegration and Huan that is the dissolution or dispersion. We see now what the I Ching tells us on them:

<< Po; The Disintegration: the vulgar thing, the dark thing fights against the noble thing, the strong thing; it does not do directly, but undermines it slowly with its action until finally collapses. The trigram upper signifies the mountain, whose attribute is the stillness, the calm. Itself does not it treat in this case of the to do human, but of conditions Temporary that, according to the laws of the Sky, they denote the change among increment and diminishes, between fullness and empty. The mountain rests on the land: the image of the Disintegration.

Huan; The Dissolution, The Dispersion: The wind that plans on the surface of the water the dispersed and dissolves in foam and mist. This implies also the idea that the vital energy, when accumulates in the man again is scattered and dissolved by the smoothness. The wind plans on the water: the image of the dissolution. Thus the old kings offered sacrifices to the Lord and erected temples. In autumn and winter the water begins to be frozen and to be become ice. Al to arrive the smooth air of the spring, the congealment is dissolved and the dispersed thing in blocks of ice be met again. [Richard Wilhelm ; I Ching; The Book of the Mutations] >>

 

In this beautiful image we distinguish the Four Elements: Fire (Mountain), Land, Air and Water. These same elements are the ones that pursue, without knowing it, in our etymologic study of Fohat...

Fohat is the same source of those Four Elements, and they give us the key to discover our fourth etymologic aspect: Foetor, that is to say, the stench, the fetidness; which only can signify a thing: the fermentation, the ‘Alchemic Fire' by excellence, the ‘Lower Astral Light or Etheric'.

We carry out now a small trip through the time to the alchemic world of the medieval period to discover the secrets of the great science, the Alchemy Philosophy

At the beginning of the 17th century appears published in Prague, Frankfurt and Paris a small alchemy tried signed anonymously by a figure called The Cosmopolitan. It has not been possible still to clarify with clarity the mystery of the personality that is found behind the reserved alchemist. As for the figure historic associate to this literary pseudonym, various authors incline toward an alchemist called Sendivogius, that was a disciple at the same time of Sethon , famous alchemist of the court of Bavaria, that very possibly were the true author of this called work: New Alchemy Light or The twelve tried of the Cosmopolitan.

The Scottish Alexander Sethon, was born in the middle of the century XVI near Edinburgh and traveled through during its youth and maturity the Europe of the renaissance recently convulsed by Miguel Angel, Titian and Rafael, after it desired Stone of the Philosophers sought by many children of Hermes and found only by some solitary...

Sethon appears in 1603, as a made famous alchemist, in Crossen, residence of the duke of Saxony, Christian II of Bavaria, in this court and before the same duke carried out a transmutation, but against the avarice of the noble, Sethon refuses to reveal him the secret of the Alchemic transmutation and due to that, Christian II causes arrest him and then ordering tortured until breaking his bones.

The figure of Sendivogius joins with the Sethon one, exactly in that same prison of Crossen, and by means of bribes to the jailers, manages to rescue him and to flee with him to Krakow. At little time Sethon would die on account of the injuries and Sendivogius would continue its prized work publishing the following year, that fascinating Alchemic work: The twelve treaties or the Cosmopolitan one, with the dialogue of the Mercury and of the Alchemist, that were published under the title of New Chemical Light, which came influence on important alchemists, of which fits to emphasize to Ireneo Filaleteo.

The enigma of its identity remains more than clear when Sendivogius/Sethon appointment in its work:

<< If you ask who I am, I am Cosmopolitan, that is to say, citizen of the Universe. If you know me and want to be honest, be silence; if you do not know me, do not report you more, because never I will declare to a living man, that I have done public this writing. Believe me, if did not were for the condition that I am, would not have swum more pleasant for me that the solitary life or to live in a barrel as another Diogenes, because I see that everything that there is in the world is not more than vanity, that reign the fraud and the avarice, that all the things are sold and that in short the malice surpasses to the virtue. I see before my eyes the happiness of the future life and it is what happiness gives me… [ The Cosmopolitan; New Alchemy Light or The twelve tried of the Cosmopolitan] >>

 

But we return to the key that has brought us to here, the fourth etymologic aspect of Fohat: Foetor, the fermentation, the ‘Lower Astral Light or Etheric'. It says in its treaty The Cosmopolitan:

<< The Nature is unique, and there is not more than a single Art, but diverse laborers exist. As for that the Nature extracts the things of the Elements, she engenders them for the will of God, of the first matter, that only God knows and understand. The Nature produces the things and the second matter multiplies them by means of the Philosophers known. Nothing is done in the world more than by the will of God and of the Nature; because each element is in their sphere, but one cannot exist without the another and, nevertheless, being together do not come to an agreement. But the Water is the most worthy one of all the elements, because is the mother of all the things and the spirit of the fire walk on the water. By means of the fire the water becomes the first matter, wichc does the battle of the fire with the water; and thus winds are engendered and their own vapors be frozen by the land, by the raw air, that since the beginning has been separated of her; which is done without cease by means of a perpetual movement; because the fire or the heat is not more than by the movement. [The Cosmopolitan; New Alchemy Light or The twelve tried of the Cosmopolitan] >>

 

The transmutation of all alive beings in a new life passes for the disorder, which produces a type of ‘fire' that transforms the ‘water of the life' by means of the ‘movement' of Fohat, again, in the ‘first matter'.

How that transmutation is produced? Here one must speak of another type of called awarenesses the Devourers of the Fires, which are identifying by the alchemists as Salamanders of Fire, they are the ones that transmute the internal frictions consuming them and dissolving them in the fricative fires to make free at last the transmutation of the energies retained in the Nature.

These Devourers of the Fires or igneous awarenesses, carry out a work of segmentation of the material atoms, being converted thus in the Germs of Life and producing, therefore, the renewal of the life in the nature. But one must understand that the reaction is not purely chemical, that is to say, without spiritual intelligent intervention of any type, but Alchemic, is what studies the reactions of the “alive” elements:

<< Who that have not, in this saint and venerable Science, the Sun by torch for lighting him and to which the Moon do not discover its Argentina light among the darkness at night, will walk in perpetual darkness. The Nature has their own light that does not appear to our vision. The body is to our eyes the shadow of the Nature; therefore just as someone is illuminated by this beautiful natural light , all the clouds are dissipated and they disappear before its eyes; puts all the difficulties under the foot, all the things are visionaries, presented and you declare, and without any impediment it can be seen the point of our Magnesia, that corresponds to one and another central Sun of the land, because the light of the Nature throws its rays as a dart to there, and discovers us what more to have hidden in its breast. Likewise also, our understanding does a shadow in the shadow of the Nature: Everything, as the same as the human body, is covered with dresses, and thus the human Nature is cover by the body of the man, which God has been reserved to cover and to discover according to him place. [The Cosmopolitan; New Alchemy Light or The twelve tried of the Cosmopolitan]

 

Fravarshi: (Feruer) (Amshaspands)

Seeing also : Avatar ; Ahura Mazda; Zarathushtra

 

The Fravarshi or Feruer, is the mystical and ethereal essence that every phenomenal being possesses in the significant plans, in the case of the large incarnate entities or large master, their Fravarshi or spirit, is an Avatar very evolved, and in many cases a Logoi of stars or large groups of awarenesses. This concept remains very well represented in the following mazdeite text, the Zend Avesta:
<< invokes ¡Oh Zarathushtra! To my Fravarshi, because I am Ahura Mazda , the largest one, the best, the most beautiful one of all the beings, the most solid, the most intelligent and whose soul is the Holy... Word [Darmesteter ; Zend Avesta] >>
In this phrase Ahura Mazda, the solar entity that represents to Adonai, tells to Zarathushtra that he should be refers directly to the spiritual counterpart of the Solar God that is his Fravarshi, and the nucleus of the greater solar Logoi, to which Zarathushtra can agree freely through the subtle connections that the Regent Avatar of each being has joint with the solar Logoi or planetarium regent in whose orbit of influence inhabits.
Thus, Ahura Mazda, itself he is not constituted in the center of power but in the messenger of The Word, whose source is found also in the heart of the same Zarathushtra.

The word Fravarshi and Feruer have the same meaning , corresponding its different denomination to what these have been extracted from the Zend Avesta mazdeite or of the Vendidâd Sâdah, therefore the meaning of both is that of the internal Man, or pre-existing entity before the incarnation, twill keep the Ego after the death of the physical body. In this sense, also defines it Jacobi in its glossary as: ‘The part of the creature that constitutes its type and survives to the body'. Anquetil Duperron affirms that the Feruer is the purest portion of the human soul and according to the Persian traditions: ‘The Feruer elevates to the region of the perpetual light after the death, while the soul of the deceased is obsessed during three days by the ‘Dev' the geniuses of evil or hungry spirits.

The followers of Zoroaster, considered to their Amshaspands as double entities or Feruer. Damascio speaks us of this duality in the following terms:

<< In these oracles, the seven Cosmocrators of the World are double, a series is destined to govern the sidereal, spiritual, and upper worlds, and the other to watch and to guide the material worlds. [Damascio ; Of Mysterüs] >>

 

The word Feruer possesses then a dual meaning, identifying the existence of two opposite faces or two inverse aspects in the divinity: The ‘upper' and the ‘lower'.  the white face and the black one you united in a single and unique being in equilibrium. On the same way the Marquis understands it of Mirville tell us:

<< Here we have the two heroes of the old testament, the Verbum and its Face, not doing the two more than one, and, nevertheless, being two, a mystery that seems us impenetrable until we study the doctrine of the mazdeít Feruer, and we knew that the Feruer is the spiritual power, image, face and guardian at the same time of the Soul, which is assimilated finally to the Feruer. [Marquis of Mirville; Pneumatologie] >>

 

 

 

   

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