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Hermetic Rose Cross
Four Arms – Four Elements – Red-Fire, Blue-Water, Black -Earth, Yellow-Air
Lower Arm – Down Earth With Four Elements + White Area Of Spirit
Lower Area If Shown Inverted In Any Cross; It Is Of The Lucifer Domain – Matter Over Spirit – Evil As Of In Earthly Terms
This Cross Bears Elemental Pentagrams In All Arms In It’s Positive Orientations… With An Astro-Kabbalistic Hexagram within The 5th Dimensional Spirit Realm…
There Is Essentially Not Much DIfference Between The Chakras Of Bhairava Tantra Of Indian Shaiva Principles & Sudarshana Chakra Of Vaishnava Domains; With The Hermetic Symbols…
One Should Know How To Use Them Though…
All Four Arms Are Marked With The Symbols Of Mercury, Sulfur and Salt; Invoking The Trinities Of Old & New, With Fourfold Invocation For All Arms Together… The Secret Of Alchemical Interaction Lies In The Juxta positioning Of Trinities In Each Arm…
The Beauty OF This Alchemical Symbol I Adore Most, Is The Microcosmic Within Cross Embedded In The Bigger Macrocosmic Cross… Protective Kabbalistic 22 Hebrew Letters In 3 Circular Petals… With Mother Triple, Seven Double Duality, 12 Simples – Outer Distributing Inner Energy To The Outside World…
Now; The Iesus Nazarenus, Rex Iudaeorum of John Fame (19.19) Between Arms Symbols I Personally Believe, were added Later; Because The Original Hermetic Cross Dates Back To Much Ancient Origins Than Even When The Jews Lest Christians Started Dreaming Of Forming A Religion… But May Be Igni Natura Renovatur Integra (Fire Is The Natural Integral Renovatour) is The Correct Interpretation…
Virgo-Isis, Scorpio And Osiris Sol Symbols reside At The Quadra Points… The Smaller Rays Are Beauty In Itself, Emitting Light (LVX), With Isis, Apophis & Osiris (IAO)
The Rose Cross Is One Of The Most Powerful Symbols Of Alchemical Hermetic Philosophy, And Most Importantly, It Can Be Made Alive Much Like The Sudarshana Chakra Of Vaishnavas…
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Indian painting of Vajrapani Bodhisattva – From the Ajanta Caves (Wikimedia)
Vajrapani is the embodiment of the spiritual strength of all the Buddhas. He appears in a wrathful aspect, displaying his power to overcome outer, inner and secret obstacles.
Vajrap??i (Sanskrit, “Vajra in [his] hand”) is one of the earliest-appearing bodhisattvas in Mahayana Buddhism. He is the protector and guide of Gautama Buddha and rose to symbolize the Buddha’s power.
Vajrapani is extensively represented in Buddhist iconography as one of the three protective deities surrounding the Buddha. Each of them symbolizes one of the Buddha’s virtues: Mañju?r? manifests all the Buddhas’ wisdom, Avalokite?vara manifests all the Buddhas’ compassion and Vajrapani manifests all the Buddhas’ power as well as the power of all five tath?gatas.
Vajrapani is one of the earliest Dharmapalas and the only Buddhist deity to be mentioned in the P?li Canon as well as be worshiped in the Shaolin Monastery, in Tibetan Buddhism and in Pure Land Buddhism (where he is known as Mahasthamaprapta and forms a triad with Amit?bha and Avalokite?vara). Manifestations of Vajrapani can also be found in many Buddhist temples in Japan as dharma protectors called Nio. Vajrapani is also associated with Acala, who is venerated as Fudo-My? in Japan, where he is serenaded as the holder of the vajra.
The Buddhist Vajrapani is distinct from the entity mentioned in the Vedas as Indra, king of the gods and the most widely-mentioned deity in Hindu scriptures.
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Tantric Buddhism is different from a number of other Buddhist forms. This school of Buddhism is known as Vajrayana, it is considered as one of the three major ‘vehicles’ (Yanas) of Buddhism. This is a brief introduction to Tantric Buddhism
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Durga Yantra bestows wealth and property and protects the wearer from all sorts of dangers. It also bestows long life.
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Shri Durga Beesa Yantra
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