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The Sacred Well
Sacred Wells were numerous in ancient history of the
British Isles and Europe. These holy waters of healing were often
dedicated to patron Goddesses and later to Christian saints.
They were spiritual way stations for those who thirsted both of the
spirit and of the flesh. Gazing into a well or pool of the
Goddess was used as a "scrying mirror" for oracles in which
to see the future or "remote viewing" of some physical
place, event or other dimension. Such a "mirror" also
allowed the meditative seeker to move into his / her deeper space of
being and come into contact with the ALL.
Seal of the Living Law of Light (Yod-He-Vau-He)
The Hebrew "Name of God" (YOD-HE-VAU-HE) and the
All-Seeing Eye combine in this template to create a focus and
vibration of the "Living Law of Light" within the Nine
Energy Bodies of the individual meditating on this image.
The Living Law of Light brings the individual into a harmonic
balance with all aspects of his / her "destiny" field, which
is not a set pattern, but a series of holo-realms within the cellular
experience, in which that soul may choose the highest forms of
expression through evolution. The Seal of the Living Law of Light,
encourages activation of one's focus and desire to meet the
"Living Law" expression in his / her being in a more
expedient and complete manner. Thus, this seal is in essence a
manifestation template, in that it helps an individual to see clearly
and act upon that insight in a very real and manifesting way. Yet it
cannot bring manifestation of any kind that is not in alignment with
the destiny field of the individual; ie. the field containing the
codes for the greater spiritual good of that person's incarnational
Josef of Arimathea by many accounts, was the
Yeshua (Jesus). According to legend, he come to Glastonbury, England
on several occasions, once bringing his young nephew with him, and lastly,
after the crucifixion to establish a spiritual haven for followers of
Yeshua, including Yeshua's mother. In this artwork, I see his final return
to Glastonbury as a metaphor for the passage of the soul across the bridge
of troubled waters and into sacred space where one may re-group and come
to completion with processes that are really already accomplished, but
need a space in which to recognize their worth and begin a new cycle of
advancement for the soul.
Josef carries a staff which is a budding branch of the
Glastonbury thorn tree, that according to the Mythos, was a tree planted
by Joseph at Glastonbury. In this artwork, it represents the budding of
the soul out of a difficult passage, in which that soul is brought into
contact with a renewed vigor and dedication. Such dedication can come out
of the "thorns" of life as the most tender and precious of buds
to be transplanted into a whole new focus and direction in life.
Priestess of the Tor
The Avalon Priestesses maintained the ancient seals
of consciousness. The seals were patterns of the sentient realm of
"Faerie" or nature devas, which naturally built in the earth,
pooling in specific forms at certain ley line junctures.
The Priestesses acted in concert with the
devic guardians of the Land. Through the Priestesses, the "Right to
Rule" was bestowed upon the true Grail Kings, who served the Land, and
thus the people inherent to that Land.
Mari, the mother of mar Yeshua (Jesus), is
said to have journeyed with Yeshua's uncle, Josef of Arimathea to
Glastonbury after the crucifixion of her son. Her legacy in spirit in
one of a flesh and blood woman who met the greatest of challenges with joy
and thanksgiving. Certainly we can imagine that she had moments of wavering
from her gnosis of the heart, but she lived her life with such a high degree
of integrity that her very existence in that incarnation has become a beacon
of inspiration in the world as a living presence of the Divine Feminine.
Kuan Yin's Vigil
The Presence of Kuan Yin as a symbol of vigilance in
compassion is the keynote of the eternal order of the universe. We peer
into the cosmos and perceive violent explosions of stars. Yet the there is
great compassion in the cyclic harmony of renewal that abounds throughout
the "All" of our experience in life. It is beyond the scope of
From the Akashic record is revealed to
me that there was once a fountain in Scotland from which water from a
sacred spring burst forth through the beak of a falcon sculpture.
The falcon in this instance, represented a solar "god" who
descended upon the shoulder of the destined king of the land, once the
Priestess found him worthy of that honor. It was She who opened the way
for the soul of the new king to summon the crowning falcon. In the
fountain depicted above, the King of the Land was anointed by the
Priestess and thereby was established his "Right to Rule."
When a young woman was accepted into the
Priestesshood, her preparation included a "vision quest" in
which she was given instruction through inner-plane experience...true
experience being the only path to gnosis and wisdom.
Restoring the Sword
To the ancients of Lemuria and Atlantis, "The
Sword" was a symbol of spiritual discernment welded in powerful
concert with the wisdom of the heart. This symbolic understanding
was continued through the mystery teachings of Egypt, Albion (British
Isles) and other countries of Europe and Asia. As spiritual
discernment diminished in the places of power, so the need to restore this
tool of the mind-heart became a primary function of the Mystery
The "akashic" is a magnetic reservoir where
our thoughts are impressed into the "bandwidth" of the earth.
Thoth, the Scribe and Guardian of the Akashic
Record of the earth is seen in the midst of the fluidium of the cosmos,
standing before the doorway of the Akashic Halls.
To seek ourselves we must know why we think and what
we create from that thinking. How our thoughts generate our reality is a
key to understanding what is beyond thought.
"The Deep" is the place in our being were
we are laid bare to all we are. We cannot go there without first
relinquishing all judgment of self and others. This is therefore a place
we fear, that haunts our nightmares; and yet in the greatest of ironies,
it is a beautiful and heavenly estate within the soul. One that is seldom
harvested by humanity.