The Great Pyramid - A Weapon of Note - 2 of 2 -Resonant Systems in Science, Magick and Religion
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The Great Pyramid - Part 2 - Resonant Systems in Science, Magick and Religion
We explore the physics of the Great Pyramid's probable operation in the natural realm and also in the supernatural realm - as a weapon and as a collector of subtle energies. We introduce examples of the operational principles from the book of Romans. It may be seen that the secrets of heaven are expertly exploited by the enemies of the One who gave that revelation to the Apostle Paul.
The Hermetic Maxim, is stated very simply in the expression, As Above, So Below. The reality we can see in this natural realm is like a mirrored reflection of the reality we cannot see. So it is with the Great Pyramid, which mirrors what we cannot see with each dimensional analog. If you've been following the Open Scroll Blog for a while, you are aware that we're very keen on decoding symbols, exposing them and the schemes of those responsible for them. Symbols have meaning, and they have power. In hundreds of detailed posts and videos, we've demonstrated how they are very diverse, appearing in more and less tangible ways. Symbols may involve expressions of color, geometrical shapes or numbers, sounds, words, gestures or even a series of related actions. The Great Pyramid must be considered as a symbol. It's a symbolic representation of every thing identified by a dimensional analog, which is to say, where some ratio or measure expresses knowledge about the systems pertaining to the monument's environment. The principles that apply to symbols apply to the very universal symbol that is the Great Pyramid. There is a sense in which we are decoding the Great Pyramid like a symbol. Its design, its location, and even its alignment bears silent testimony about its meaning and context, its function, role, and purpose.
For if we have become united with Him in the likeness of His death, certainly we shall also be in the likeness of His resurrection. ~ Romans 6:5