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The Blue Star Kachina

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In Hopi mythologythe Blue Star Kachina or Saquasohuh, is a kachina or spirit, that will signify the coming of the beginning of the new world by appearing in the form of a blue star. The Blue Star Kachina is said to be the ninth and final sign before the “Day of Purification”, described as a catastrophe or a “world engulfing cataclysm” that will lead to the purification of planet Earth.[1] 

The Signs of Destruction[edit]

Nine signs of destruction were described by White Feather, a Hopi elder, to Bob Frissell in 1958. These signs were later recorded in Frissell’s book, Something in this Book is True:[5]

This is the First Sign: We are told of the coming of the white-skinned men, like Pahana, but not living like Pahana, men who took the land that was not theirs. And men who struck their enemies with thunder.

This is the Second Sign: Our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices. In his youth, my father saw this prophecy come true with his eyes.

This is the Third Sign: A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns, will overrun the land in large numbers. These White Feather saw with his eyes.

This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron.

This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be crisscrossed by a giant spider’s web.

This is the Sixth sign: The land shall be crisscrossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun.

This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it.

This is the Eighth Sign: You will see many youth, who wear their hair long like my people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn their ways and wisdom.

Some[who?] believe that these eight signs foreshadowing the end of the world have largely been fulfilled and are references to past events. The First Sign is said to be a reference to the arrival of Europeans in North America, while the Second is said to be a reference to the wagon and the exploration of North America by white men. Signs Three, Four and Five are said to signify the arrival of cattle, the construction of the railroad and the proliferation of telephone lines, respectively.[6]

The final sign[edit]

The ninth and final sign of destruction is described by White Feather as, “You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of my people will cease.”.[6] This idea of the Blue Star Kachina marking the end of all Hopi rituals is reflected in Waters’ book, Book of the Hopi, in which he states, “The end of all Hopi ceremonialism will come when a kachina removes his mask during a dance in the plaza before uninitiated children.[7]” This absence of Hopi ceremonialism will coincide with the destruction of the Fourth World. Waters suggested that World War III will begin and the United States will be ripped apart by war, leaving only the Hopis and their homeland intact. The war of the end of the world is described[by whom?] as “a spiritual conflict with material matters [7]“.

According to Hopi prophecy (as reported by Waters), shortly after the Blue Star Kachina is visible to all and the Day of Purification is realized, the True White Brother will come to earth in search of Hopi “who steadfastly adhere to their ancient teachings.”[8] It is said that if the True White Brother is successful in finding those who still follow the true Hopi way of life, the world will be created anew and all the faithful will be saved from destruction. However, the Hopi mythology also details an alternate version of the prophecy, one in which the True White Brother fails in his mission and is unable to find uncorrupted men and women. Then it is said that the earth will be completely destroyed and none will be spared.[8]

For those of you that know me and are familiar with what I do I am just going to make the connections for you.  I don’t really have a lot to say on this particular blog, you either see the connections or you don’t.

kachina (/kəˈnə/; also katchinakatcina, or katsinaHopikatsina /kətˈsiːnə/, plural katsinim /kətˈsiːnɨm/) is a spirit being in western Pueblo cosmology and religious practices.[1]

Kachinas are spirits or personifications of things in the real world. A kachina can represent anything in the natural world or cosmos, from a revered ancestor to an element, a location, a quality, a natural phenomenon, or a concept. There are more than 400 different kachinas in Hopi and Pueblo culture

Notice the need for PATRILINEAL descent in a JEWISH culture which is matrilineal.

Kohen or Cohen (or KohainHebrew: כֹּהֵן, “priest”, pl. כֹּהֲנִים Kohanim) is the Hebrew word for priest. Jewish Kohanim are traditionally believed and halachically required to be of direct patrilineal descent from the Biblical Aaron.

During the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem, Kohanim performed the daily and holiday (Yom Tov) duties of sacrificial offerings. Today kohanim retain a lesser though distinct status within Judaism, and are bound by additional restrictions according toOrthodox Judaism.

 

The noun kohen is used in the Torah to refer to priests, both Jewish and non-Jewish, such as the Jewish nation as a whole,[1] as well as the priests (Hebrew kohanim) of Baal (2Kings 10:19).

The Hebrew noun kohen is most often translated as “priest”, whether Jewish or pagan, such as the priests of Baal or Dagon, though Christian priests are referred to in Hebrew by the term komer (Hebrew כומר). The word derives from a Semitic root common, at minimum, to the Central Semitic languages; the cognate Arabic word كاهن kāhin means “soothsayeraugur, or priest“.

Translations in the paraphrase of the Aramaic Targumic interpretations include “friend” in Targum Yonathan to 2 Kings 10:11, “master” in Targum to Amos 7:10, and “minister” inMechilta to Parshah Jethro, Exodus 18:1–20:23 1:1. As a starkly different translation the title “worker”, Rashi on Exodus 29:30 and “servant” Targum to Jeremiah 48:7, have been offered as a translation as well. Some[who?] have attempted to resolve this translation contradiction by suggesting that although the priest does enjoy specific privileges, a primary component of priesthood in Judaism is servitude.[citation needed]

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The term samurai originally meant “those who serve in close attendance to nobility”, and was written with a Chinese character (or kanji) that had the same meaning. In Japanese, it was originally recorded in the Nara Period as a verb *samorapu (“to watch, to keep watch, to observe, to be on the lookout for something; to serve, to attend”), which is believed to be derived from the frequentative form (*morapu 守らふ) of the verb moru (守る, “to watch, to guard, to be on the lookout; to keep, to protect, to take care of, to be in charge of, to have as one’s ward”). By the Heian period, this word had developed into the verb saburahu (さぶらふ, “to serve, to attend”), from which a deverbal noun saburahi (さぶらひ, “servant, attendant”) was later derived, and this noun then yielded samurahi (さむらひ) in the Edo period. In Japanese literature, there is an early reference to samurai in the Kokinshū (古今集, early 10th century):[48]

kōan (公案?)/ˈk.ɑːn/Chinese: 公案; pinyingōng’ànKorean: 공안 (kong’an); Vietnamesecông án) is a storydialogue, question, or statement, which is used in Zen-practice to provoke the “great doubt”, and test a student’s progress in Zen practice.

The Japanese term kōan is the Sino-Japanese reading of the Chinese word gong’an (Chinese公案pinyingōng’ànWade–Gileskung-an; literally “public case”). The term is acompound word, consisting of the characters  “public; official; governmental; common; collective; fair; equitable” and  “table; desk; (law) case; record; file; plan; proposal.”

According to the Yuan Dynasty Zen master Zhongfeng Mingben (中峰明本 1263–1323), gōng’àn originated as an abbreviation of gōngfǔ zhī àndú (公府之案牘, Japanese kōfu no antoku—literally the andu “official correspondence; documents; files” of a gongfu “government post”), which referred to a “public record” or the “case records of a public law court” inTang-dynasty China.[1][2][note 1] Kōan/gong’an thus serves as a metaphor for principles of reality beyond the private opinion of one person, and a teacher may test the student’s ability to recognize and understand that principle.

Commentaries in kōan collections bear some similarity to judicial decisions that cite and sometimes modify precedents. An article by T. Griffith Foulk claims

…Its literal meaning is the ‘table’ or ‘bench’ an of a ‘magistrate’ or ‘judge’ kung.[4]

The continuous pondering of the break-through koan (shokan[50]) or Hua Tou, “word head”,[51] leads to kensho, an initial insight into “seeing the (Buddha-)nature.[52]

The aim of the break-through koan is to see the “nonduality of subject and object”:[40][41]

The monk himself in his seeking is the koan. Realization of this is the insight; the response to the koan […] Subject and object – this is two hands clapping. When the monk realizes that the koan is not merely an object of consciousness but is also he himself as the activity of seeking an answer to the koan, then subject and object are no longer separate and distinct […] This is one hand clapping.[53]

The koans do not represent the private opinion of a single man, but rather the hundreds and thousands of bodhisattvas of the three realms and ten directions. This principle accords with the spiritual source, tallies with the mysterious meaning, destroys birth-and-death, and transcends the passions. It cannot be understood by logic it cannot be transmitted in words; it cannot be explained in writing; it cannot be measured by reason. It is like the poisoned drum that kills all who hear it, or like a great fire that consumes all who come near it. What is called “the special transmission of the Vulture Peak” was the transmission of this; what is called the “direct pointing of Bodhidharma at Shao-lin-ssu” is this.[70]

This post is turning out a little longer than I wanted but I want to include all relevant information and exclude all irrelevant information as much as possible so that you can see from my perspective and see what I am thinking.  Helena Petrovna Blavatsky wrote that there were two types of meditation masters, the Mammo Kohans (evil meditation masters) and the Dhyan Kohans (good meditation masters).

See, over a decade ago I started noticing similar consonance patterns in different languages all over the world.  These words all had similar definitions.  I realized that these words came from the time of Atlantis when there was only one religion and science and the two things were one.  Groups of people and civilizations either appreciated the knowledge and kept it and protected it and remembered it and passed it on, or they forgot it.  When I read a spiritual text, something whispers into my ear the true understanding of the material. it points out to me “this is important, this is inspired, this is incorrect, this is a misunderstanding.”  It happens in real time, as I am reading it.

Seeing that the tide was turning against religious folk, I had to get online with a quickness and kick some light.  Let me see, am I forgetting anything?

kachina, kohan, koan, chan, oh, yeah, chan…

Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism[note 1] that developed in China during the 6th century as Chán. From China, Zen spread south to Vietnam, northeast to Korea and East to Japan.[2]   

Chán (simplified Chinese: 禅; traditional Chinese: 禪, abbr. of chánnà (禪那), from Sanskrit dhyāna,[1] meaning “meditation” or “meditative state”[2]) is a school of Mahāyāna Buddhism developed in China from the 6th century CE onwards, becoming dominant during the Tang and Song dynasties. After the Song, Chán more or less fused with the Pure Land school.

From China, Chán spread south to Vietnam and east to Korea (where it is known as Seon) and, in the 13th century, to Japan, where it became known as Zen. The Chán/Zen tradition became the best-known instance of Buddhism in the Western World.

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John the Baptist Deconstructed by Rabbi Ba’al Shivah

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I don’t know if John the Baptist was a real person or not, but the story is too full of hidden symbolism not to be taken as an allegory.  Salome is amusing King Herod with a belly dancing strip tease which itself is full of hidden meaning.  The dance itself is a metaphor for Isis and Helena Petrovna Blavatsky named her book after this concept “Isis Unveiled”.  Seeing Isis unveiled is seeing nature in it’s stark reality.  During the dance the performer removes seven veils, the 3 primary and secondary colors and the last one, white.  These represent the veils of Maya, illusion. (let us not forget “Salome” means peace and is the female version of Solomon). 

One of the forms the Shechinah takes is the rainbow.

Shekinah, Shechinah, Shechina, or Schechinah (Hebrew: שכינה‎), is the English spelling of agrammatically feminine Hebrew name of God in Judaism. The original word means the dwelling or settling,and denotes the dwelling or settling of the Divine Presence of God, especially in the Temple in Jerusalem.

The shechinah is god’s holy spirit or wife.   This metaphor is an ancient one.  There was a hunter that was such a mighty archer that he was the only person that could pull his mighty bow.  In the Ramayana Rama is just such a cat and he is the Indian version of Adam.  I personally believe that the Hebrew story of the Garden of Eden is a retelling of the Ramayana.

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God gives as a sign he won’t destroy the world anymore by flood the putting of the Rain bow in the sky.   God did not however promise that he wouldn’t destroy the world by fire.  There is an ancient story about a culture that wrote down it’s mysteries on two pillars, one of marble in case god destroyed the world by fire and one of water in case god flooded the earth (because then the wooden pillar would float and the wisdom would be saved).   But I am getting off topic.

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The 7 veils are also a metaphor for the 7 days of the week and on the Jewish week the last day is Saturday, it was changed to Sunday by the Catholic Church to conceal origins and truths.  On the 7th day god “rested” that is a metaphor for death.  7 represents death.  Remember that when Jesus resurrected Lazarus he said that he was sleeping.   Now the 7th chakra is actually outside the physical body and that is attained to after one’s mahasamadhi.

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Now in freemasonry they also have a 7 chakra system and the final chakra is represented by a sprig of Acacia representing reincarnation.

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Remember that John the Baptist was known as “the voice crying out in the wilderness”  he represents the voice of god.  Jesus was the greater “Moses” and John the Baptist recognizes the superiority of Moses over himself.  Remember that Moses never made it to the holy land.   In a way he got stuck in the Wilderness/Abyss.   So this voice of god comes not from inside our physical organism but from a superconsciousness that nobody will usually make an effort to hear, because being able to hear it means getting close to death.

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Origins of the True Religion

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Lynn: So you have this concept of the true religion and its movement through time and across continents.  Could you tell us something about that?

Joxua: Well, one of the many things that I do is philology which traces the movement of ideas from culture to culture.  My particular mind has an obscene ability of pattern recognition and I have digested a ton of general and specific occult philosophy.

What we think of as the true religion started in India and Tibet with the convergence of northern tribes with the Indian people who were previously a goddess worshiping society with a single deity.  With the invasion of the northern tribes the entire pantheon of Indian gods emerged with these meat eating, war mongering northern tribes came creative intelligence, they were smarter than average because of the extra protein.  They were exiled over time because of the ritual eating of meat which to this day is considered repugnant in India, the scent of singed flesh that is in the mostly vegetarian society.
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horned altar

The forced exodus gave birth to what would become the Hebrews, they bore as their mask the horned altar on which the smell of burnt animal sacrifice was made to the gods.  As a stipend the priests of the cult ate of the animal flesh, based on the atonement of the atonement of the surrounding people seeking solace and forgiveness and blessing much as some monks today are supported by charity and offered blessing.  In India this sect was known as the Aghori and as their meat-eating ancestors were continually being pushed out there became fewer and fewer of the original Aghori but vestiges of their heritage still exist.  The “transgressive sacrality”, the eating of the portion carcass.  You will notice a distinct similarity between Brahman’s and Rabbis.  Some people believe, as I do, that Brahma was Abraham.  What I have seen in my meditations which is verified by occult Kaballistic literature is that Abraham, through his creative revolution basically caused a mutation which he passed onto his offspring, which was the ability to read.  People that are not directly or only related to Abraham has dyslexia.  Furthermore, you see distinct similarities between Brahmans and the Rabbis.  In the marriage unit, and the ritual separation of men from women and the perceived duties of each sex.

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I have seen in my meditation that the pre-Greek Minoan cult of the augurs is actually the misplaced and exiled Aghori Shivists.  They worshiped Jupiter who became Zeus and every western philosophy that we have to this day comes from them.  Our very concept of authority was conceived by them.  The word “authority” itself hearkens back to their time.  The high priest did not create the law and he was subject to the law.  He was not above the law and we see the same pattern in the story of Moses.  Authority does not extend to creating an unjust or incorrect law.  The month of August is named after Octavian who chose between one of the two names as he assumed leadership of Rome.  Romulus, the first king of Rome or Augustus, meaning “honesty” after the high priest of the cult of the Augers.  Julius and Augustus, July and August, are invasive months in what was originally a ten-month Jewish calendar which is why our calendar ends with Septa, Octa, Nova, Deca.  Many words in our vocabulary have come to us from this tiny explosively successful cult.  Words such as auspicious, justice, authority, awesome, omen.

There was a period of time when wandering philosophers constantly left India, some of them ended up in China, like Domo, some of their teachings ended up in China, like Buddha, who realizing that the Chinese people were not ready for the full teaching of “no-self “, prepared them for it and then Naga Arjuna Buddha brought the full teaching of “no-self” six hundred years later, also from India.  Other if these wandering philosophers ended up in Greece.  There is a distinct mark of Indian philosophy in the writings of Plato, Aristotle and Socrates.  We see in the description of the prime-mover unmoved and the agency through which without acting he works his will on the world.  The beginnings of the holy trinity and the proper relationship between husband and wife.  We also see the explanation of Adam’s Rib, Adam, the Atma, or soul, is represented by the singular point or bindu and spanda represents Eve or the holy spirit or Adam’s rib- all of these exist in the OHM symbol.

According to Nicholas Roerich, and Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Jesus went to India to study during the period of his life when he was missing just as Pythagorus studied in India.  Pith-Augory means “I am the python” which was a chthonic symbol.  Pythagorus was claiming to be death, just as Jesus did.  When he said he was Adonai Sabaoth just as the Aghori slept in graveyards as Shiva did.

Jesus was trying to bring the guru tradition to the west and he succeeded  in a way through the Catholic church but more so through Mary Magdalene and freemasonry, but the full teaching of the Christ never arrived here not until this moment.  The type of relationship that he was trying to spread, the philosophical brotherhood, the “philo-ish”, the fellowship, equality under reason, a family based on the philosophy of wisdom.  Jesus was a guru, a mahajagad guru.

I often wondered why I felt no connection to Jesus as an entity.  It wasn’t until I was given shakitpat initiation and felt the presence of Shiva, the Hindu god of death, that I could sense the presence of the Christ or rather I sensed the presence of Shiva in the Christ and then the Christ was alive to me.  Whereas before, he was dead and didn’t speak to me.

Moses found the Hebrew god YAWEH on Mt. Sinai which is curious because Sinai is the holy mountain of the god Sin, wholse symbol is the shamash, the secret sun of wisdom.  The middle candle on the 7 candled menorah is the Shamash.  The 7 candles represent the 7 chakras and the middle candle represents the “sushumna” or spine, the middle pillar.  I realized in meditation that the hand of fatima, or the Ahimsah which exists in Jewish tradition and Indian tradition is actually a stylized Shiva lingam, representing the male sexual energy, also referred to as the eye, ayin harsha, the eye of horus, is the protection from evil, jealousy and avarice, the “evil eye”.  In short, Jesus was an incarnation of Shiva.
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After Jesus died, Mary Magdalene went to France and from France nine knights went to Solomon’s temple which was under Muslim control.  They dug under the temple knowing exactly where to dig and what they were looking for, the ark of the covenant, the word civilization has its root “chavalier” which is the French word for “knight”, from cavalier to calvary to caballeros we civilized the western world.  Men, knights, horse soldiers, but the true teachings of the Christ overtime were forgotten and lost.  And now they must be remembered and proper relationship must be remembered.  There is a correlation between the gypsies, the Romeny, and the way Jesus moved about the ancient world.  The Romeny were named after Rome just as the nickname “Rumi” is named after Rome.  Jesus spoke a language that no longer exists-Aramaic.  A language that was based on traveling to diverse areas.  The language was an amalgamation of other languages.  It was the Roman roads that allowed the true religion to spread.  Today the internet is the new Roman road.

In southern India, there is a group of people called the Lingayats, they wear shivalingams around their necks the way we wear crucifixes.  They reject all external authority.  They even used to reject the religious authority of the Brahmans.  They write poetry and each of them has a personal relationship with god, like the gnostics.  They interpreted omens, like the Aghors, believing that god is communicating to them for their life.  They do not judge what is good for other people and they only engage in equal democratic relationships not up-down authoritative relationships.  It reminds me of how Ghandi refused to acknowledge the salt ban during salt satiagraha.  Their Indian poetry reminds me of the revolutionary writings of Sri Aurobindo and  Rabindranath Tagore.  Every Lingayat has their own lingam, their own symbol which for them encapsulates god’s essence, just as Dante never had an experience with God until he saw Beatrice’s face.

The last word that Jesus spoke was “kalai” in Aramaic “it is accomplished” this word is too similar for me to the Sanskrit words Kālá and kalā  which have similar meaning signifying the end of time.  Jesus’ epitaph shouldn’t have been “king of the jews” it should have been “Iasus Nazarium Rex Philosophorum”

Even in Arthurian mysticism, in the grail quest, we see that they were trying to hand down the tradition, the philosophy, of the Aghors, Rex Quantum Rex Eternum, “The Once and Future King” and “Auctoritas” true authority, comes from God in the form of the law, logic and reason.  At the round table no position is greater than any other and everyone is equal under reason and reason is determined by success in relationship which is predetermined and immutable.  Its the law, the love and the light and rational behavior is determined by what is necessary for that relationship to succeed and not acting when you know you should is as egregious a sin or worse than doing something consciously wrong.  The dragons that kept on knocking down the castle wall, the red dragon and white dragon, the masculine and feminine energies.  The ida and the pingala symbolize aversion and indulgence.  Just as the sacraments that represent the body of Christ are red and white.  White representing the body and mind-aversion, the flesh and bread representing indulgence and pleasure.  It is interesting to note that in turning water into wine Jesus performed the signature miracle of the cult of Bacchus, the God of theater  the God of Ecstasy, taking something mundane and making it transcendental.  For the spirit to grow one mustn’t cling to the body, to the material, from the Gnostic perspective and the perspective of ancient Greek philosophers what we call life is actually death and what we think of as death is actually life.  The spirit is ensnared, enslaved by the flesh and the death of the body is the freeing of the spirit.  It is interesting to note that all Christians used to believe in reincarnation to solidify its authority to extract authority from people, the Catholic church got rid of this belief.  The symbol of the papacy are the keys to heaven barring your entrance to heaven which means that if you want to get to heaven you have to do what they say and remember there is no reincarnation cause people started committing suicide, the Catholic church made suicide an unforgivable sin that would immediately disqualify you from heaven.  In this way, they could send you to do things that you didn’t want to do that you would rather die instead of doing this is how they extracted authority from the individual and how they took God from the individual.

Lynn: Thank you Joxua for the awesome connections you made.  These are things that are pretty interesting to think about and meditate on and gives an all encompassing perspective that incorporates different religions.  I grew up learning about the “evil eye” or the “mati” in the Greek culture.  This was protection against the “evil eye” and also the concept of the Shiva lingam connected to the hand of Fatima and a different perspective of Jesus among many other interesting facts about myth.   Great interview.

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