- Stephan: I read your posts with interest...and if you don't mind
would you have go at the following?
1. I've just read "1491" by Mann. Do you think his historical
interpretations have any merit?
2 You mentioned that elements of the American people were "conscious
in the Will in a way that is unknown in the Middle or the East."...can
you characterize that to some degree?
3. In speaking of the American Folk-Soul you said: "One big thing is
that this indigenous stream of mystery-knowledge is still extant and
active and that it is not retrograde or marginal, it is strong,
present and mighty." Where would one look for the manifestation of
- Dear Dottie:
--- In email@example.com, dottie zold
>Uh, for what? When you are like you have been recently it is a
> Dearest Stephen,
> I have to thank you for your patience while conversing
> with me on a subject that is very dear to your heart
> and one that you have spent many years contemplating.
> In my earnestness to open up to something sometimes I
> am too forthright in a thing and I could use a little
> more consideration in my words. Pardon me.
> And with that I would like to share a gift you haveYour intuition on this is correct. Any particular aspect of such a
> given me and it is that I have been looking, since the
> Holy Nights, for the connection between the Four
> Archangels and Christ. And I have been looking to see
> how they interrelate with Christ specifically. This
> site I share with you has to do with an understanding
> of how the Bacab's were the sons of the Most High God
> of the Mayan tradition and how they were sent to the
> Four Corners of the Earth. But something about how
> they are one with Christ is what I had been looking
> for. And now I have found it on my travels researching
> some of what we were speaking on.
> I want to offer that I think it is really hard to
> really come up with a final say as to what color and
> what pole each of these amazing Four Brothers share. I
> find them to be on a pole of sorts that has to do with
> the Kabala and the dance inherent within it. I believe
> there is an ongoing shift and they are not static.
> That seems to make the most sense to me in all of the
> studies I have looked at.
deity or spirit like these is a variable; they can shift or chage
from culture to culture, from one time-period to another, or between
different planes of access. Or the beings themselves may swap
aaspects - the pre-Columbians in particular were crazy about this,
although there was a method to their madness. But the
essential "signature" or underlying quality of any elemental
Direction was constant, i.e; North is structure and dissolution of
structure, Dark Goddess qualities are always found here, etc.
Christ is most frequently accessed from without through the West -
the station of Love, although since his essential marker is his
identification with the Self, it is the Fifth Direction of the Center
which is his home plate. Interesting, becasue the Direction of the
Center has no spatial extension; likewise, the Ego has no body in the
sense that the physical, etheric, or astral do. And any Center
point is identical with every other Center point. One who is familiar
with mathematical theory on this will find a big inspiration on the
nature of the Christ with this. And it is true: if I find my Center
in Christ, I have also found yours. Being without dimension, a point-
entity can go or be - is - anywhere.
Those people on the link you posted are well-intentioned but
esoterically uninformed. The similarities between traditions in
different parts of the world come primarily from their individual
ability to contact and commune with constant and fixed inner-plane or
spiritual realities. Yes, there was a lot more navigation and
migration than we give ancient peoples credit for, but that was
secondary. And any pair of languages is going to have some odd
matches; that in itself doesn't prove anything - that's grasping at