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And is this the reason why one can enter the illuminating void?
9 years ago
Yes. Work with the sexual force, whether as a single practitioner or a married couple, necessitates ו Vav, willpower, the spinal medulla. While this has greater importance for alchemical work with the Kundalini, raising one's sexual energy to the brain always involves the spine.

The Illuminating Void is the אין סוף Ain Soph. Sexual strength in Hebrew is און Aun. The only difference between אין nothingness and און sexual strength is between י Iod and ו Vav. By transmuting your און sexual strength up the spine to the brain, the ו Vav becomes a י Iod, thereby signifiying אין Ain. This is why Samael Aun Weor wrote that transmutation such as Ham-Sah can take one to the Illuminating Void, because what one needs is the spiritual dynamite within the sexual energy.

Richard Wagner symbolized this beautifully in The Ring of the Nibelungen. When the hero of Die Walküre, Sigmund, prepares to unsheathe the sword of Wotan from the Tree of Life (his spine) he calls the blade, "Nothung! Nothung!" Nothung means אין "Nothing." By singing with great power, Wagner is showing us through Sigmund how mantras in sexual alchemy will transmute our און sexual strength into אין Nothung, the sword of the Unmanifested Kundalini or Mulaprakriti (Ain Soph), the first of five aspects of the Divine Mother.

It is amazing that the musical theme of the sword plays throughout the entire four operas, originating from the Absolute or Void in Das Rheingold, descending into Midgard (Malkuth) to be conquered by Sigmund in Die Walküre and perfected by the Solar Hero Siegfried (the Christ) in the last two operas. This shows us the ray of creation, whereby אין Ain descends into the Tree of Life and is finally deposited within our sexual glands as און sexual strength. Upon reaching Midgard (Yesod-Malkuth) it is up to us to transmute that force back to our divine source, the Absolute, through Sulu Sigi Sig, the Divine Mother Kundalini.

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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