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Horns

  Thursday, 26 March 2020
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Why do demons have horns and do we develop horns in our astral body?
2 years ago
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It is well known in Chinese and eastern medicine how the horns of animals such as deer can incite and stimulate sexual virility. Hence we have the vulgar example of a person who is extremely lustful as being "horny." The horns of demons rise from their intellectual center, since the horn is an extension of sexual force, and when demons ejaculate their seminal energies, they fortify animal desire, sexuality, and perversity in their intellectual center.

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The horns of light, the horns of angels, are different. These rise from the crown of the head, the Chakra Sahasrara, which is the seat of omniscience and wisdom (as in the image above of Wotan, Father of the Gods: Kether). The horns of angels signify the degree of conscious, objective knowledge obtained by the master. Study the resources below:
2 years ago
·
#21491
Accepted Answer
It is well known in Chinese and eastern medicine how the horns of animals such as deer can incite and stimulate sexual virility. Hence we have the vulgar example of a person who is extremely lustful as being "horny." The horns of demons rise from their intellectual center, since the horn is an extension of sexual force, and when demons ejaculate their seminal energies, they fortify animal desire, sexuality, and perversity in their intellectual center.

https://render.fineartamerica.com/images/rendered/default/print/6/8/break/images/artworkimages/medium/1/wotan-walter-lynn-mosley.jpg

The horns of light, the horns of angels, are different. These rise from the crown of the head, the Chakra Sahasrara, which is the seat of omniscience and wisdom (as in the image above of Wotan, Father of the Gods: Kether). The horns of angels signify the degree of conscious, objective knowledge obtained by the master. Study the resources below:
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