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deekrypt: “ The Model of Consciousness is a theory of consciousness first proposed by psychologist Timothy Leary. It models the mind as a collection of 8 “circuits”, with each circuit representing a higher stage of evolution than the one...

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Trees vector stock photos, vectors and illustrations from Shutterstock, the world’s largest royalty-free image, video, and music marketplace.

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Who Are the Angels on the Kabbalah Tree of Life?: Angels oversee the different branches of the Tree of Life in Kabbalah, which represent how different kinds of divine energy flow through creation.

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The Occult Anatomy of Man, by Manly P. Hall - In Scripture we are told that God made man in his own image. It is so stated not only in the Christian Bible but

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I don't believe in God; but I feel very connected to the universe. It created every molecule in my body and when I die, my molecules go onto other purposes. Good enough for me! So nope - this atheist does not feel lost or alone. I feel happily connected!

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Sounds of Nature is an amazing photo manipulation project by Thiago Storino, a Brazilian designer who specializes in photo manipulation. In this post we are sharing the step by step of how he envisioned and designed this entire composition. Enjoy!

More on the Kabbalah Tree of Life... This link also has GEMSTONE affiliations.... :D

More on the Kabbalah Tree of Life... This link also has GEMSTONE affiliations.... :D

The Tree of Life is taught by the Hermetic order of the Golden Dawn. It shows the ten Kabbalistic sefirot (each representing a numerological value, astrological planet, angel, archangel, and divine name) with the colour correspondences for each sefirot in each of the four worlds (key at lower right), the three pillars (representing polarity), and the 22 paths (one for each Hebrew letter), each associated with a Tarot card and particular elements and astrological (zodiacal) signs.

The Tree of Life is taught by the Hermetic order of the Golden Dawn. It shows the ten Kabbalistic sefirot (each representing a numerological value, astrological planet, angel, archangel, and divine name) with the colour correspondences for each sefirot in each of the four worlds (key at lower right), the three pillars (representing polarity), and the 22 paths (one for each Hebrew letter), each associated with a Tarot card and particular elements and astrological (zodiacal) signs.

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