Re: Theos-World The origine of the Central Sun.
Mar 02, 2002 06:09 AM
I thought I posted a reply to Brigitte's question about other
sources in History
relating to the Central Sun. I do like your definition you found on
as it indicates "Ruby" in addition to Golden, the aspects being
might well remind one of Electrum. It is an apt description.
Although I used memory of Hiranyagharbha from some years back, I
"Sanskrit Keys to the Wisdom Religion" Judith Tyberg 1940. Page 115
"Literally "the Golden Egg" or "the Egg of imperishable matter", the
of a universe, a solar system, a planet . a god, or a human being.
is a compound of hiranya---golden, and garbha----womb. Legend, which
is verily history of the hoary past says that Brahman, the Universal
Divinity, cast a seed into the waters of space. From this seed, which
became Hiranyagarbha or the golden egg which shone like unto the sun, was
born Brahma the Solar Self. The Auric Egg
of any being is that radiant sphere which is the source of the being on
all planes. In
an article on the Auric Egg to appear in the Encyclopedic Glossary, Dr.
writes about the Auric Egg of a human being in the following words:
It ranges from the divine to the astral-physical , and is the seat of
all the monadic
. spiritual,intellectual,mental, passional, and vital energies and
faculties of the
human septiform constitution. In it's essense it is eternal, and
the Pralayas as well as during the Manvantaras; but necessarily in
greatly varying fashion between these two great periods of Kosmic Life."
and a 2nd glossary resource also by Judith Tyberg "The Language of the
Hiranya-para-kosha : The golden highest sheaf, the body of Brahman, the
(hiranya---golden; para---beyond, kos'a--- sheath).
If my memory is right I recall that there is a chapter on Hiranyagarbha
"Brhadaranyaka Upanishad" Hiranyagarbha is mentioned and indexed.
In The Complete Works. H. P. Blavatsky writes that the word Hiranya
does not mean "gold" but the golden light of divine knowledge, the first
in whose womb is contained the light of the eternal truth which
illuminates the liberated soul when it has reached it's highest abode. It
is, in short the
"Philosophers Stone" of the alchemist, and the eternal light of the Fire
II, p 76
All I was attempting to mention was in keeping of the discussion about
Central Sun, Black Sun and other such identifiers that have recently been
on the list. A contribution for what it is worth for better or for worse.
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