Four Fools

Blessed are the Foolish, for they Alone are truly Free to prance Nude in the Splendor of absurdity"

- Saint Sindelius of Pilates

“During the Middle Ages, alchemy was not only a philosophy and a science but also a religion. Those who rebelled against the religious limitations of their day concealed their philosophic teachings under the allegory of gold-making. In this way they preserved their personal liberty and were ridiculed rather than persecuted. Alchemy is a threefold art, its mystery well symbolized by a triangle. Its symbol is 3 times 3—three elements or processes in three worlds or spheres. The 3 times 3 is part of the mystery of the 33rd degree of Freemasonry, for 33 is 3 times 3, which is 9, the number of esoteric man and the number of emanations from the root of the Divine Tree. It is the number of worlds nourished by the four rivers that pour out of the Divine Mouth as the verbum fiat. Beneath the so-called symbolism of alchemy is concealed a magnificent concept, for this ridiculed and despised craft still preserves intact the triple key to the gates of eternal life. Realizing, therefore, that alchemy is a mystery in three worlds—the divine, the human, and the elemental—it can easily be appreciated why the sages and philosophers created and evolved an intricate allegory to conceal their wisdom.”

—   Manly P. Hall (The Secret Teachings of all Ages)

(Source: theinnerstair, via youngmagicians)

this reminds me of a dream i had where me and some of my friends and peers were gathered in a circle, each working out mental puzzle-patterns problems in our head, but each working toward a goal that, if done right, would project a shining light blue light into the middle of the circle, thus levitating this holographic-looking burning blue pyramid 
it totally felt like young jedi training camp, and maybe thats what life is, if we let it be so…..


jeffrey-lebowski:

Temple Construct

badassmexicans:

Mexico City artist Saner, gives a tour of the city he calls home and gives historical context on the muralists movement and their effect on modern day graffiti. He also talks about how the indigenous cultures of Mexico have inspired his work including the use of masks which have become one of the signatures of his style. Also featuring work by Diego Rivera, Siqueiros, Camarena and Sego.

(via spanishyeah)

Canta! Baila!, Escribe!

“Alright, alright” i said out loud in my head

i made sure to enunciate clearly

“i understand these weird signs mean something, so i shall keep my ears open, to what song i do not know”

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the Dao and How? to Runaway with Love

The Runaways

  found a way

I wish you would

 ’cause you could

You’ve had your dog’s day

Now you’re growing goodness to Goddess roots and are starting to bark

  Up the Right Tree,

Wrong’s Remedy: a wistful wisdom and Serenity,

this allows you a say,

a Stay

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The First Immediate Joy of Mass Awakening: Eye ContactThe First Immediate Joy of Mass Awakening: Eye Contact; unashamed, true and meaningful eye…View Post

isn’t he an athiest by now?

“There! Right there! There’s God!”

“What?! Ridiculous. Where?”

“Right there!” Little fingers raised towards the sky.

“What? That? That’s a rain cloud.”

“Yay!! It’s going to rain God all over us!!!”

I raised my eyebrows (almost right off the top of my…

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The Grandmothers’ Diaries

The Grandmothers’ Diaries

I was too attractive. Others knew it, I could see it.

The Mirror screamed shameful truths at me of such an eXquisite degree. Each glance I suffered left me hobbled and flustered.

. So I destroyed my mirrors. But I could still feel my overwhelming beauty.…

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Calendar Days (A Soular Tune) by Astral Travel Agency

like a psych ward patiently being told……he might be right

DreamStream flowing floaters sing an infinity song