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Re: Theos-World Secret code in "Isis Unveiled"?

Nov 13, 2007 04:20 PM
by Cass Silva

How spooky is this Frank.  This article was sent to me a couple of days ago.  I researched Sister Adriana-Maria and she doesn't exist other than through the Sorcha Faal website "what does it mean".  
They misquote HPB and use her words totally out of context as the words prescribed to her are actually from the mouth of Proctor.  Also HPB talks of comets in terms of planetary evolution and I can find no quote in relation to them being portents of doom.  Also the Number 55 which he/she refers to is a personal observation as HPB never mentions it.  This Sorcha Faal is supposed to be an American David Booth.
"Now, let us turn to the oldest written records left us by the Chaldeans, the Hermetic Book of Numbers,* and see what we shall find in the allegorical language of Hermes, Kadmus, or Thuti, the thrice great Trismegistus. "In the beginning of time the great invisible one had his holy hands full of celestial matter which he scattered throughout the infinity; and lo, behold! it became balls of fire and balls of clay; and they scattered like the moving metal** into many smaller balls, and began their ceaseless turning; and some of them which were balls of fire became balls of clay; and the balls of clay became balls of fire; and the balls of fire were waiting their time to become balls of clay; and the others envied them and bided their time to become balls of pure divine fire."

The deciphering of these words, though, reveals:

?The sudden star, though seen by all of the Earth, does not elicit the fear it should even as fire begin to stain the Northern skies. But, when Mars retreats from Ophiuchus, and the blue light separates from the green, know that war and sudden destruction is at as the Black Sun rises once again.?

There are a number of interpretations to be made from these hidden words of Madame Blavatsky, the first, and most significant, is that there are 55 words being used by her to convey her warning to us in the future. The significance of this lies in the esoteric power of numbers, and the attachment to same, of the World?s ruling dark power elite as the number 55 is believed by them to lead to ?the direct mind of God?.
Could any one ask a clearer definition of the cosmic changes which Mr. Proctor so elegantly expounds? 
Here we have the distribution of matter throughout space; then its concentration into the spherical form; the separation of smaller spheres from the greater ones; axial rotation; the gradual change of orbs from the incandescent to the earthy consistence; and, finally, the total loss of heat which marks their entrance into the stage of planetary death. The change of the balls of clay into balls of fire would be understood by materialists to indicate some such phenomenon as the sudden ignition of the star in Cassiopeia, A.D. 1572, and the one in Serpentarius, in 1604, which was noted by Kepler. But, do the Chaldeans evince in this expression a profounder philosophy than of our day? Does this change into balls of "pure divine fire" signify a continuous planetary existence, 
[[Footnote(s)]] ------------------------------------------------- 
* We are not aware that a copy of this ancient work is embraced in the catalogue of any European library; but it is one of the "Books of Hermes," and it is referred to and quotations are made from it in the works of a number of ancient and mediaeval philosophical authors. Among these authorities are Arnoldo di Villanova's "Rosarium philosoph."; Francesco Arnolphim's "Lucensis opus de Iapide." Hermes Trismegistus' "Tractatus de transmutatione metallorum," "Tabula smaragdina," and above all in the treatise of Raymond Lulli, "Ab angelis opus divinum de quinta essentia." 
** Quicksilver. 

[[Vol. 1, Page]] 255 AN INVISIBLE EARTH.
correspondent with the spirit-life of man, beyond the awful mystery of death? If worlds have, as the astronomers tell us, their periods of embryo, infancy, adolescence, maturity, decadence, and death, may they not, like man, have their continued existence in a sublimated, ethereal, or spiritual form? The magians so affirm. They tell us that the fecund mother Earth is subject to the same laws as every one of her children. At her appointed time she brings forth all created things; in the fulness of her days she is gathered to the tomb of worlds. Her gross, material body slowly parts with its atoms under the inexorable law which demands their new arrangement in other combinations. Her own perfected vivifying spirit obeys the eternal attraction which draws it toward that central spiritual sun from which it was originally evolved, and which we vaguely know under the name of GOD. 
"And the heaven was visible in seven circles, and the planets appeared with all their signs, in star-form, and the stars were divided and numbered with the rulers that were in them, and their revolving course was bounded with the air, and borne with a circular course, through the agency of the divine SPIRIT."* 
We challenge any one to indicate a single passage in the works of Hermes which proves him guilty of that crowning absurdity of the Church of Rome which assumed, upon the geocentric theory of astronomy, that the heavenly bodies were made for our use and pleasure, and that it was worth while for the only son of God to descend upon this cosmic mote and die in expiation for our sins! Mr. Proctor tells us of a liquid non-permanent shell of uncongealed matter enclosing a "viscous plastic ocean," within which "there is another interior solid globe rotating." We, on our part, turn to the Magia Adamica of Eugenius Philalethes, published in 1650, and at page 12, we find him quoting from Trismegistus in the following terms: "Hermes affirmeth that in the Beginning the earth was a quackmire or quivering kind of jelly, it being nothing else but water congealed by the incubation and heat of the divine spirit; cum adhuc (sayeth he) Terra tremula esset, Lucente sole
 compacta est." 

----- Original Message ----
From: Frank Reitemeyer <>
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 11:09:34 AM
Subject: Theos-World Secret code in "Isis Unveiled"?

A linguist called "Sister Adriana-Maria" is said to have done a three-years research on HPB's first book Isis Unveiled and that she has found a secret code, a "new polyalphabetic cipher":
http://www.whatdoes index1048. htm

Has anyone more details of this code?


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