Valentin Tomberg, in Meditations on the Tarot, advises that there
are two trinities, which can be visualized as two intersecting
triangles. At the top of the first triangle, the Father, to the left at
the bottom the Son and to the right the Holy Spirit. The second
triangle is superimposed over the first, such that the it is inverted,
with the apex at the bottom, the Mother, the upper left of the
horizontal line is the Daughter, and the upper right the Holy Soul.
These two triangles when superimposed in this way create the Seal of
Solomon, or the six pointed hexagram well known to Hebrew Lore. See:
So the Father above in the heavens, the Mother below in the Center
of existence (on the other side of the eight inner spheres of the earth,
from where she rules the dark). These two apexes of triangle "radiate"
out, one downward and the other upward, producing the horizontal lines,
with the line of the Son and the Holy Spirit below (but above the
Mother), while the line of the Daughter and Holy Soul is above (but
below the Father).
Humanity is in the Center, within the hexagon created in the center
by the crossing of the lines of the six points of the hexagram, and
between the two horizontal lines, while surrounded by the raditating
forces of the Father and the Mother.
Each of the six "powers" also has an apex point from which its
forces radiate inward, also surrounding and enfolding humanity.
As I've suggested before, and which your own interests (and all
kinds of the other literature, including the DeVinci Code) show, is that
the Feminine Mysteries are again on the rise, which is felt mostly in
the soul (thus our interest), but also in the upbuilding forces which
appear in the social organism in the phenomena of Civil Society. the
p.s. see my poem, "the gift of another's eyes" which is part of my
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