DIVINE LEADER COMMENCES WORK, ‘STAR OF DAVID’ AS ‘SIX DIRECTIONS OF SPACE’
Erle Frayne D. Argonza
Among the Sons is one identified as “guiding spirit and leader” in the discourses of Theos Sophia or divine wisdom. In the generation of sentient life on different realms, there is assigned a team of Hierarchs. Tasks are divided, the Sons are then evolved to dispense with tasks.
In Sloka 3 of Stanza 5, Book of Dzyan, the Perfected Ones contended, in relation to the subject, the following:
HE IS THEIR GUIDING SPIRIT AND LEADER. WHEN HE COMMENCES WORK, HE SEPARATES THE SPARKS OF THE LOWER KINGDOM (mineral atoms) THAT FLOAT AND THRILL WITH JOY IN THEIR RADIANT DWELLINGS (gaseous clouds), AND FORMS THEREWITH THE GERMS OF WHEELS. HE PLACES THEM IN THE SIX DIRECTIONS OF SPACE AND ONE IN THE MIDDLE—THE CENTRAL WHEEL (a).
Seekers and mystics are knowledgeable about the two triangles in the ‘star of David’ or ‘star of Solomon’. The same two-triangle set is symbolic of the ‘six directions of space’. Vishnu is being adduced to in the “guiding spirit and leader,” even as he is understood to have among his symbolisms the same two-triangle set with a point at the middle.
HPBlavatsky, magnanimous chela of the mahatmas & chohans, substantiated the said sloka, in Volume I, Secret Doctrine, to note:
(a) “Wheels,” as already explained, are the centres of force, around which primordial Cosmic matter expands, and, passing through all the six stages of consolidation, becomes spheroidal and ends by being transformed into globes or spheres. It is one of the fundamental dogmas of Esoteric Cosmogony, that during the Kalpas (or æons) of life, MOTION, which, during the periods of Rest “pulsates and thrills through every slumbering atom”* (Commentary on Dzyan), assumes an ever-growing tendency, from the first awakening of Kosmos to a new “Day,” to circular movement. The “Deity becomes a WHIRLWIND.” They are also called Rotæ—the moving wheels of the celestial orbs participating in the world’s creation—when the meaning refers to the animating principle of the stars and planets; for in the Kabala, they are represented by the Ophanim, the Angels of the Spheres and stars, of which they are the informing Souls. (See Kabala Denudata, “De Anima,” p. 113.)
This law of vortical movement in primordial matter, is one of the oldest conceptions of Greek philosophy, whose first historical Sages were nearly all Initiates of the Mysteries. The Greeks had it from the Egyptians, and the latter from the Chaldeans, who had been the pupils of Brahmins of the esoteric school. Leucippus, and Democritus of Abdera—the pupil of the Magi—taught that this gyratory movement of the atoms and spheres existed from eternity.* Hicetas, Heraclides, Ecphantus, Pythagoras, and all his pupils, taught the rotation of the earth; and Aryabhata of India, Aristarchus, Seleucus, and Archimedes calculated its revolution as scientifically as the astronomers do now; while the theory of the Elemental Vortices was known to Anaxagoras, and maintained by him 500 years B.C., or nearly 2,000 before it was taken up by Galileo, Descartes, Swedenborg, and finally, with slight modifications, by Sir W. Thomson. (See his “Vortical Atoms.”) All such knowledge, if justice be only done to it, is an echo of the archaic doctrine, an attempt to explain which is now being made. How men of last few centuries have come to the same ideas and conclusions that were taught as axiomatic truths in the secrecy of the Adyta dozens of
millenniums ago, is a question that is treated separately. Some were led to it by the natural progress in physical science and by independent observation; others—such as Copernicus, Swedenborg, and a few more—their great learning notwithstanding, owed their knowledge far more to intuitive than to acquired ideas, developed in the usual way by a course of study.* (See “A Mystery about Buddha.”)
By the “Six directions of Space” is here meant the “Double Triangle,” the junction and blending together of pure Spirit and Matter, of the Arupa and the Rupa, of which the Triangles are a Symbol. This double Triangle is a sign of Vishnu, as it is Solomon’s seal, and the Sri-Antara of the Brahmins.
[Philippines, 17 March 2012]
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