Tuesday, 02 October 2012
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The venerable Master Samael goes into some detail on the nature of the Tattvas in lesson 3. He abstains from going any further into the details of the two secret tattvas on the grounds that one must be an advanced student to learn them.

Well, what is a more advanced student in light of this knowledge, Adi and Samadhi. From what I know the Sanskrit translation is ecstasy, bliss and bornless, parentless. What is the nature of these marvelous tattvas??

Once more, if one does not have a spouse to work with in sexual magic, is it appropriate for the student to become familiar with the tattvas?? Or would it be better to wait to learn the tattvic exercise until one is married?? Or is this question just irrelevant?

THANKS

Sat nam
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10 years ago
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The nature of these superior tattvas can be actualized in meditation around the hours of 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning. This is a special period of time where Initiates can actualize profound mystical experiences of the deepest kind, in accordance with the most integral spiritual discipline, control of the mind, and the innermost will of the Being.

Adhi Tattva relates to the Ajna Chakra (Church of Philelphia), while Samadhi Tattva relates to the Chakra Sahasrara (Church of Laodicea). These forces vibrate intensively in the early morning before dawn, and the student of occultism should learn to take advantage of these moments and energies in order to meditate, perform Jinn science, or project out of the body.

Regardless of whether one is married, knowledge of the tattvas is essential to spiritual discipline, growth and progress. Remember that the Magician, the first arcanum of the Tarot, must conquer the four elements: air (mind), fire (emotions), water (sex) and earth (physicality). These four inferior tattvas are controlled by making conscious use of Akash (the Ether through sexual alchemy and in a limited way through Brahmacharya) along with the spiritual inquietudes and guidance of the Being (through the Adhi and Samadhi Tattvas).

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

10 years ago
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#2364
Accepted Answer
The nature of these superior tattvas can be actualized in meditation around the hours of 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning. This is a special period of time where Initiates can actualize profound mystical experiences of the deepest kind, in accordance with the most integral spiritual discipline, control of the mind, and the innermost will of the Being.

Adhi Tattva relates to the Ajna Chakra (Church of Philelphia), while Samadhi Tattva relates to the Chakra Sahasrara (Church of Laodicea). These forces vibrate intensively in the early morning before dawn, and the student of occultism should learn to take advantage of these moments and energies in order to meditate, perform Jinn science, or project out of the body.

Regardless of whether one is married, knowledge of the tattvas is essential to spiritual discipline, growth and progress. Remember that the Magician, the first arcanum of the Tarot, must conquer the four elements: air (mind), fire (emotions), water (sex) and earth (physicality). These four inferior tattvas are controlled by making conscious use of Akash (the Ether through sexual alchemy and in a limited way through Brahmacharya) along with the spiritual inquietudes and guidance of the Being (through the Adhi and Samadhi Tattvas).

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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