The Magician wrote:
>Robert... I read somewhere that Ahriman was not from our cosmos, he
>is from another cosmos, but the good guiding spirits had to decide
>to let him in so that men could 'die'. It has now only now occurred
>to me something related to this. If Ahriman is from another cosmos,
>not our then it speaks for the fact that there must be other streams
>(for want of a better word) of evolution outside our on 10
>hierarchies. If that were true than that is just mind blowing. The
>questions the questions. Yet I have heard say that man is the crown
>of creation, that all life is centred on the earth and that the next
>evolutionary period will come out of the fruits of this earthly one.
>This is just too deep. T man can you shed some light here ? what are
>your thoughts on all of this.
Ahriman is a mystery to me as far as his origin is concerned, whether
he is an alien proper (which I'm most inclined to concur with), or
belongs to our hierarchy just like Lucifer.
Lucifer, however, is a lot like us, very human and also divine,
brother of Christ, Light-bearer. Origin of egoism and selfishness,
but honest. Ahriman is strange and fascinating. He is ice cold,
prefers extremely deep below zero temperatures (global warming can't
be his thing), extremely arrogant, deceptive, and a liar. He is also
intellect itself, intelligence itself; we would have no brains
without him. No brains, no math, no science, no techonlogy, no
economy, no politics without Ahriman. Plus, of course, statistics.
Insurance is his favorite casino game: You bet you get sick and he
bets against it. The huge scam exposed in Michael Moore's "Sicko" is
Ahriman through and through.