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  1. Хептаграм XI

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    „A frog lived in a well. It had lived there for a long time. It was born there and brought up there, and yet was a little, small frog.
    Of course the evolutionists were not there then to tell us whether the frog lost its eyes or not, but, for our story's sake, we must take it for granted that it had its eyes, and that it every day cleansed the water of all the worms and bacilli that lived in it with an energy that would do credit to our modern bacteriologists.
    In this way it went on and became a little sleek and fat.

    Well, one day another frog that lived in the sea came and fell into the well.
    "Where are you from?"
    "I am from the sea."
    "The sea! How big is that? Is it as big as my well?" and he took a leap from one side of the well to the other.
    "My friend," said the frog of the sea, "how do you compare the sea with your little well?”
    Then the frog took another leap and asked, "Is your sea so big?"
    "What nonsense you speak, to compare the sea with your well!"
    "Well, then," said the frog of the well, "nothing can be bigger than my well; there can be nothing bigger than this; this fellow is a liar, so turn him out."

    That has been the difficulty all the while.

    I am a Hindu.
    I am sitting in my own little well and thinking that the whole world is my little well.
    The Christian sits in his little well and thinks the whole world is his well.
    The Mohammedan sits in his little well and thinks that is the whole world.“

    - Vivekananda: The Yogas and Other Works, 1953
     
  2. violetmoon

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    "Ova žena je ćudljiva, večiti april, vesela je pa tmurna, pričljiva pa malorjeka, svakog jutra ustaje i na levu i na desnu nogu pa je ne određuje dan već trenutak, slučajno je ovde, kivna kad se seti da je mogla biti na drugom mestu, razdragana kad pomisli da će biti. Obična je samo kad zaboravi..."

    Magla i mjesečina -Mesa Selimovic
     
    На Хептаграм XI и Prashina им се допаѓа ова.
  3. Хептаграм XI

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  4. Хептаграм XI

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    Не сум знаел. Ете зошто бил познат Ден Браун :)

    "Then he discovered the writings of Aleister Crowley—a visionary mystic from the early 1900s— whom the church had deemed “the most evil man who ever lived.” Great minds are always feared by lesser minds. Andros learned about the power of ritual and incantation.

    He learned that sacred words, if properly spoken, functioned like keys that opened gateways to other worlds. There is a shadow universe beyond this one . . . a world from which I can draw power. And although Andros longed to harness that power, he knew there were rules and tasks to be completed beforehand.

    Become something holy, Crowley wrote. Make yourself sacred.

    The ancient rite of “sacred making” had once been the law of the land. From the early Hebrews who made burnt offerings at the Temple, to the Mayans who beheaded humans atop the pyramids of Chichén Itzá, to Jesus Christ, who offered his body on the cross, the ancients understood God’s requirement for sacrifice. Sacrifice was the original ritual by which humans drew favor from the gods and made themselves holy.
    Sacra—sacred. Face— make.

    Even though the rite of sacrifice had been abandoned eons ago, its power remained.

    There had been a handful of modern mystics, including Aleister Crowley, who practiced the Art, perfecting it over time, and transforming themselves gradually into something more."
    - The Lost Symbol, Den Brown

    https://lostsymbol.bib.bz/chapter-77
     
  5. Хептаграм XI

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    Тибетска книга на животот и смртта - Чичко Ринпоче

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    На Iris* му/ѝ се допаѓа ова.
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    "ДЕФИНИЦИЈА.
    Магиката е Наука и Уметност за предизвикување Промени во согласност со Волјата.
    ПОСТУЛАТ.
    СЕКОЈА сакана Промена може да биде постигната со примена на соодветен вид и степен на Сила на соодветен начин преку соодветна средина на соодветен предмет."
    - Што е Магика (дефиниции, постулати и теореми)

     
  7. Iris*

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    "Udisao sam svježu majsku noć, mladu i iskričavu, volim prolјeće, mislio sam, volim
    prolјeće, neumoreno i neotežalo, budi nas vedrim lakomislenim zovom da počnemo iznova,
    varka i nada svake godine, novi pupovi niču iz starih stabala, volim prolјeće, vičem u sebi
    uporno, prisilјavam se da povjerujem, krio sam ga od sebe ranijih godina, a sad ga zovem,
    nudim se da me obuzme, dodirnem cvijet jabuke kraj puta, i glatku novu grančicu, sokovi
    žubore njenim bezbrojnim žilicama, tok im osjećam, neka mi kroz jagodice pređu u tijelo,
    jabukov cvat da nikne na mojim prstima, i prozirno zeleno lišće na mojim dlanovima, da
    budem blagi miris voćkin, i njena tiha nebriga, nosiću ocvjetale ruke pred zadivlјenim
    očima, pružaću ih kiši hranitelјki, u zemlјu ukopan, nebom hranjen, prolјećima obnavlјan,
    jesenima smirivan, dobro bi bilo početi sve iz početka."
    "Dervis i smrt"- Mesa
     
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    Šta si mi ono rekao?
    Pamtim svako slovo, ćuteći, nejako. Upisujem u karo-papir s leve strane , ispod rebara. Tamo se čuvaju glasovi od kojih nastaju reči za pamćenje.
    Pitaću opet: "Šta si mi ono rekao?"
    da glasovi ne utihnu, da slova ne počnu da blede i uzbuđenje ne uplete sumnju u svoje tanke pletenice.
    Ne umem da sam nejedina, bojim se koraka u prazno
    jer nikad nisam prestala da budem balavica, nesigurna u sopstveni ženski princip, zanemarene, plašljive seksualnosti, neprihvaćenog fatalizma po bilo koga...
    Šta si mi ono rekao?
    Pitaću...
    Iako pamtim
    svako slovo,
    svaki glas...
    "Ziveli, prijatelji!"- Jelena Milenkovič
     
    На Prashina му/ѝ се допаѓа ова.
  9. Хептаграм XI

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    Marriage of Heaven and Hell, William Blake

    The Prophets Isaiah and Ezekiel dined with me, and I asked them how they dared so roundly to assert that God spoke to them; and whether they did not think at the time that they would be misunderstood, and so be the cause of imposition.

    Isaiah answer’d: ‘I saw no God, nor heard any, in a finite organical perception; but my senses discover’d the infinite in everything, and as I was then persuaded, and remain confirm’d, that the voice of honest indignation is the voice of God, I cared not for consequences, but wrote.’

    Then I asked: ‘Does a firm persuasion that a thing is so, make it so?’

    He replied: ‘All Poets believe that it does, and in ages of imagination this firm persuasion removed mountains; but many are not capable of a firm persuasion of anything.’

    Then Ezekiel said: ‘The philosophy of the East taught the first principles of human perception. Some nations held one principle for the origin, and some another: we of Israel taught that the Poetic Genius (as you now call it) was the first principle and all the others merely derivative, which was the cause of our despising the Priests and Philosophers of other countries, and prophesying that all Gods would at last be proved to originate in ours and to be the tributaries of the Poetic Genius. It was this that our great poet, King David, desired so fervently and invokes so pathetically, saying by this he conquers enemies and governs kingdoms; and we so loved our God, that we cursed in his name all the Deities of surrounding nations, and asserted that they had rebelled. From these opinions the vulgar came to think that all nations would at last be subject to the Jews.’

    ‘This,’ said he, ‘like all firm persuasions, is come to pass; for all nations believe the Jews’ code and worship the Jews’ god, and what greater subjection can be?’

    I heard this with some wonder, and must confess my own conviction. After dinner I ask’d Isaiah to favour the world with his lost works; he said none of equal value was lost. Ezekiel said the same of his. 108
    I also asked Isaiah what made him go naked and barefoot three years. He answer’d: ‘The same that made our friend Diogenes, the Grecian.’

    I then asked Ezekiel why he ate dung, and lay so long on his right and left side. He answer’d, ‘The desire of raising other men into a perception of the infinite: this the North American tribes practise, and is he honest who resists his genius or conscience only for the sake of present ease or gratification?’

    The ancient tradition that the world will be consumed in fire at the end of six thousand years is true, as I have heard from Hell.

    For the cherub with his flaming sword is hereby commanded to leave his guard at tree of life; and when he does, the whole creation will be consumed and appear infinite and holy, whereas it now appears finite and corrupt.

    This will come to pass by an improvement of sensual enjoyment.

    But first the notion that man has a body distinct from his soul is to be expunged; this I shall do by printing in the infernal method, by corrosives, which in Hell are salutary and medicinal, melting apparent surfaces away, and displaying the infinite which was hid.

    If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.

    For man has closed himself up till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.
     
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    "Должности спрема самиот себе си
    • Сфати дека ти си средиште на својот сопствен Универзум.
    • Истражи ја Природата и Моќите на своето сопствено Битие.
    • Развиј ја во соодветна хармонија и пропорција секоја способност што ја поседуваш.
    • Контемплирај за својата сопствена Природа.
    • Пронајди ја форумулата на оваа цел или „Вистинската Волја“ во еден израз колку што е можно поедноставно.
    • Прошири го до крајни граници опсегот на својата свесност и нејзината контрола над сите сили кои се туѓи.
    • Никогаш не допуштај мислите или волјата на кое било Битие да се вмешува во твојата сопствена.
    • Немој да го пригушуваш ниту ограничуваш ниеден вистински инстинкт на твојата Природа туку посвети се до совршенство само во служба на твојата Вистинска Волја
    • Радувај се’! "
    - Извадок од „Препород на Магиката“, А. Кроули
     
    На Abraxas му/ѝ се допаѓа ова.

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