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This group is for the reverence of the Peacock Angel (Malâk Tâwûs), the seeking of gnosis and the transcends
of the worldly (which was created by the Demiurge or Peacock Angel) to the spirit. We honor and worship the
Divine Essence that is the Spirit (Ezdan or God or Ahura Mazdah or Holy Spirit or Holy Sophia). Those who join
this group should swear to be spirits of Rasti (truth), become Nasin (knowledge) and avoid Shermi (shame). Like other groups that see the truth behind the material we believe in the transmigration of souls like the Druze, Yezidi and many of the Gnostics as well as other groups. Jesus came to liberate us from the material to the Divine Essence that is the Truth.

A Sufic story tells that Spirit was created in the shape of a peacock. When it saw itself in the mirror of the Divine Essence it was so
overwhelmed by the beauty it saw therein that great drops of sweat flew from its body. It was taught that from these drops all other living
creatures were formed.

the Sufi Daqiqi of Balkh once wrote:

"O my idol! A cloud from Paradise
Has bestowed an emerald gown on the earth.
Deserts are like blood-stained silk
And the sky has the fragrrance of musk.
With a mixture of musk and red wine
An artist has drawn an image of my love on the desert.
The world has becom peaceful
For both the tiger and the deer.
For such occastions. we need a sun-faced idol,
And a moon. leaning on a cushion of sun.
We must have an idol with cheeks like rubies,
And red wine to match the cheeks.
The world has become a peacock,
With roughness here and smoothness here.
Mud smells of roses,
As though kneaded with rose water."

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  • 78
  • Satanism
  • Jul 8, 2002
  • English

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