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Magic: Questions and Answers

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Magic: Questions and Answers



Dear colleagues!

Our school would like to introduce our topic Magic Q&A.
You are welcome to submit your questions down below.

Once a week selected questions will be reviewed and answered by our mentors.

We are looking forward to an interesting discussion.

Aberg

Q&A #1

From Shamanjeanine.

Q: Hello master Ksenia and teachers. I've noticed that I have a peculiar reaction to certain information and statements that authors make. For example - If E. Levi says: "Work in order to possess, and you will be happy"- so speaks the Supreme Justice to man. - "I would possess and enjoy without labor." - " You will then be a robber and will suffer." - "I will rebel." - "You will be broken and will suffer further". - "I will rebel forever". -"Then shall you suffer eternally"... In response to this I noticed myself feel a surge of rebelliousness, not because I don't want to work hard but because - don't tell me what can and can't be done or that I'll be restricted if I don't follow those rules. Even to the point of, "well if I can't change the rules, then keep your money and keep your possessions, just don't impose your reality and rules on me".
Can such reaction reveal to a person which proto-foundations are dominant in him and therefore shed light on what kind of technical task a person has in this incarnation?


A: Greetings, Jeanine!
There is one very dominant value that comes across your question as a red thread. This value is Freedom. It is evidenced by your rebellious nature and an obvious disinclination towards traditional principles and worldviews.But on the other hand,  there is also an internal contradiction. You "have a peculiar reaction" to certain information which implies a specific type of response by your Astral Body. You want to be free but you are being controlled by your emotions. The minute your feelings are involved, you no longer belong to yourself.
The reaction of your Astral Body also suggests the presence of resentment. In your case it is the resentment towards specific information. Ask yourself 'why'? Why did it trigger you? Are there still blockages within your consciousness that don't allow an informational influx? A certain type of information is being dismissed right away.
Try not to resent it, open yourself up to new ideas. Absorb and re-process all of them, and eventually it all will come together and bring you a step closer to understanding your technical task for this reincarnation.

Aberg

Q&A #2

from Ghostabelar

Q: Can one work with Tarot and stay away from the jhvh egregore?
What is the jhvh egregore? Is it the consciousness of the planet like some claim or is it a tribal deity?


A: Yes, it is possible to work with Tarot without having to interact  with the Judaic egregore. Actually, you should try to stay away from it completely. The Abrahamic system is the consequence of the Sephiroth Tree, it is its visible product that found its manifestation in the three religions. The system of reality creation itself is much bigger. The Sephiroth tree represents one of the pathways of reality creation, in which one has the opportunity to get to know his own self as well as the mechanism behind the current reality.

The egregore of Judaism is one of religious egregores at the top of the egregorial system, together with Islam and Christianity. It is the leading aspect of the Sephiroth Tree, and that is why it determines the laws and regulations of the countries where this religion prevails. The egregore of Judaism dictates the moral standards as well as the rules, and defines the premises for  the laws for everyone under it.

Aberg

Q&A #3

from Tautumeitas

Q: How to get rid of fear? I feel that with magicis the same as with my pet - I love him, I can sleep beside him, kiss him knowing he won't do any harm, but if he (pet) makes a sudden move I get scared easily. Same with magic - I am not afraid and still, when unexpected and sudden thighs happen I feel fear.

A: First of all, decide what Magic means to you. Magic is not a pet. It's something much greater. It's a process, system, phenomenon. Philosophy of mind. The person himself. All of it is Magic.

Magic consciousness sees and understands the reasons for everything that was, is, or will be. Try to live one day in the state of full awareness. Highlight with your attention absolutely everything that is happening in the outside world (events, phenomena) as well as your inner world (thoughts, feelings, sensations). Write all of them down in your journal. And by your own example, you will see that every cause has its own effect. The way everything is interconnected. A few more practices like these and you will be convinced that there is no such thing as "sudden movements".

Aberg

Q&A #4

from Shamanjeanine

Q: If a person has access to the flow of wealth but not to the artificial flow of money, and the flow of wealth meets a person's needs.. From where or through what are those needs met? Seeing that we live in the human world, humans (with their various egregores) will always be involved with such "fulfillment of needs". So, would a person then be in debt with an egregore of that person through which that need was met? Or does the fact that the flow of wealth comes from Earth, bypass egregorial involvement? Master Ksenia has frequently mentioned the common element in things... Is it the same in this case? The common element being, Earth, or the shared innate flow that all people are born with, therefore, bypassing egregorial systems?

A: If a person has the right to a current (any current including a monetary one), that means he is being supported by Earth. In this case, there won't be any debt to the egregores. He simply has it. Always. And there can be an endless number of variations when it comes to getting his needs met within this current.

Aberg

Q&A #5

from Ghostabelar

Q: What is Master Ksenia's perspective on the "Uthark" ordering of the runes? I have heard some say it is the hidden secret of the runes but I would like to know the perspective of the runic master.

A: The Futhark and the Uthark carry two different principles. The Futhark says, 'First knowledge, then power'. The Uthark states the opposite, 'First power, then knowledge'. Ancient stones carry the carvings of the Futhark. The primordial essence is considered to be the key.

Aberg

Q&A #6

from Dorothy Lewis

Q: Hello. Would like to hear your opinion. Is there any correlation between fractal geometry (with its fractional dimensions) and our current reality (with its potential multidimensional framework). Thank you.

A: A fractal is a smaller copy of something larger. Each of these elements performs a specific function (being a facet of a larger object), and therefore, has a certain potential of energy and information.
The accumulation of such potentials gives the largest fractal a different energetic and informational characteristic. As a result, an entire kaleidoscope of measures, or dimensions, is created.

One repeats the other but this time with already changed vibrational characteristics. Thus, reality becomes multidimensional. But this is just one of the many forms of the world view. Try to see your own!

Aberg

Q&A #7

from Dorothy Lewis

Q: Hi everyone. I have a question about the infamous Georgia Guidestones. Noone knows who built it and why, and I'm not getting into the endless conspiracy theories here. The question is what was its significance from a magical perspective? And what was the point behind its destruction? Why now and not a year ago, for example? Or not two years later?

A: Greetings Dorothy!
The actual existence of the ten constants (ten commandments) as well as their  mandatory observance is the algorithm of the religious egregore that is manifested in a form of the tablets.

These were the grounds on which the current egregorial world attempted to build the future. But Magic doesn't tolerate limitations. The attempt to carry over the copies of already existing rigid constraints into the future has failed. The egregorial world is collapsing. Everything unnecessary will be destroyed.

Aberg

Q&A #8

from Shamanjeanine

Q: One of the minds that I'm most connected to is Hekate. But even though she is described with 4 faces, she has never presented in such a way to me and I don't sense her 4 aspects separately, but rather indistinguishable from each other. All aspects at the same time.
The fact that I only see her as one-could it mean that I don't have access to experience the other faces/aspects separately or what could other reasons be? And is it necessary to experience them separately?


A: Greetings!
You understood everything correctly. If you don't perceive the four faces separately, this actually means that each separate  face/aspect is not available to you at this moment. What's important, though, is  that you are able to feel this connection with her and are aware of it.  It's just as of now it is manifested the way it can be. But it's not that significant. The separation and work with each one of her faces is to work with  faces/aspects, and  it demands a particular state of consciousness and practice.

Keep practicing. Read mythology. Try to find this Goddess in numerous pantheons. The more you work and see this force, the more it will open up, and all of the four faces will become accessible.

Best of luck!

Aberg

Q&A #9

from low_carb_living_with_summer

Q: What is the difference between a Priestess and a Mage?

A: The consciousness of a mage is able to pass through a large amount of energy-informational currents. A  mage doesn't depend on a particular deity or pantheon.

Unlike a mage, a  priest can't work with several forces simultaneously. As a rule, the priest is a servant to a single god (or a cult). A  priest knows perfectly well that he works for a specific  energy-informational channel and has mastered  the principles of its teaching (the teachings of his deity). When interacting with a person, the priest always asks himself if what he is doing causes good or evil to his own cult or god. The priest thinks the following way, 'what can I do for my god via this particular person'?

A  Mage, on the other hand, has knowledge of all the existing cults, and understands the goal behind the presence of each god in this world. His interactions with the humans are extremely rare. And if it happens, the mage already sees the cause-and-effect relationships  of such interaction, without any moral and ethical guidelines. The mage thinks as follows, 'what would be the sequence of events  if the interaction occurred , and what would be the future if this interaction didn't  take place'. And in order to accomplish this task, the mage calls upon the force that is capable of solving this task quickly and efficiently.

Aberg

Q&A #10

from kimmi_silva369

Q: I am mixed with many different races, more than 4. How am I to know which Deities to connect with or should I try them all and see what sticks?

A: A correctly asked question already contains an answer within it. Try interacting with each of the gods. From different pantheons. Sooner or later the connection with your God will be restored. You won't mistake it for anything else.
Best of luck in your search!

Aberg

Q&A #11

from shamanjeanine

Q: Is breaking a Geis in a dream considered as having broken the geis for real? Understanding that dream-realms are as real as the perceived waking realm. Or is the Geis bound to the realm it was sworn in?

A: A geis works within the reality it has been sworn in. However, if in your dream you see some elements that indicate that the geis is being broken, it is your subconscious telling  you that there are vulnerabilities, weaknesses capable of breaking it. Keep your eyes open!

Aberg

Q&A #12

from shamanjeanine

Q: Would practicing martial arts, like karate, (for the sake of nurturing physical strength and discipline) distort and mutate a consciousness of the northern tradition in the same way adhering to an Eastern religion would?

A: If you practice this technique as a means of  physical activity, then it can only affect the condition of your physical body. If during this process you begin to immerse yourself into the philosophy of a particular Eastern doctrine, then there is  contact at higher informational levels, at the level of the Buddhic body in particular.
The more often such informational interaction occurs, the more likely the information of this teaching, one way or another, will be reflected within your body of values and beliefs. Which, eventually, may cause changes in your consciousness.

Aberg

Q&A #13

from Dorothy Lewis

Q: After watching your YouTube channel I got a question. Question about silence. Everything is a choice, and so is silence. Can a warrior remain silent when facing a difficult decision or question instead of speaking up the truth? What if he chooses to act this way time after time? Would it be considered "a smart move" (to avoid unpleasant situations), or would it be a simple cowardness? Thank you!"

A: A true warrior will never follow a  path that has been laid down by someone else, he will follow his own intention. He will keep on moving towards his  goal. A true warrior always adheres to the traditions and rules of the warrior caste, but never forgets to listen to his own I Am. Both the silence and  word are simply the tools used by a warrior on  his journey.

Aberg

Q&A #14

from shamanjeanine

Q: I was wondering if a person could have specifically been born into a family to ensure that, that specific branch of the bloodline does not continue. And what could the possible reason be for such a task?"

A: In magic, everything is possible. It happens that a  soul's technical task for its reincarnation is to play  the role of an executioner or scavenger. And more precisely, to cut off a rotten branch within the bloodline, which is akin to  mistletoe - it is poisoning the entire system.

Aberg

Q&A #15

from shamanjeanine

Q:"Can part of the reason of why a person is born on Earth as a human have nothing to do with being on Earth or being human? For example, what if part of the purpose of being a human on this Earth is connected to dreams/astral travels from a "human on earth" stance? Make sense? And if yes..  Then why? I feel like I do more and learn more in my Astral travels and "dreaming lives" than I do in this waking life."

A: From a human perspective, yes. It can. But from a magical perspective - no.  The magical task, perhaps, is to extract certain information from the astral plane and channel it into the human world in a way that is accessible to them. Or vice versa, to broadcast from the human world to the other side something that they are lacking.

Aberg

Q&A #16

from ghostabelar

Q: How can someone who has both Ashkenazi and Nordic blood honor the spiritual practices of his ancestors without losing any rights? For a long time I have been hesitant to embrace the Jewish god after hearing associations with its egregore but now I have realized that my ancestors may have earned me certain rights which I may be throwing away. Is it possible to use the rights earned in this system while embracing freedom as a guiding principle or do they have to be totally abandoned?

A: Greetings!
If your ancestors were the adepts of the Abrahamic cult, then all their rights belong to the egregor of that religion. Their teaching reads, 'a man is a servant of God'.
And this means that all of the serf's property belongs to his owner. That is why you should study the history of your relatives in great detail.
You can certainly use such 'ancestral heritage'. Only, will it be freedom? That is for you to decide.

BlackSwallowtail

Quote from: Aberg on 2023 December 11 , 19:53:08Q&A #2

from Ghostabelar

Q: Can one work with Tarot and stay away from the jhvh egregore?
What is the jhvh egregore? Is it the consciousness of the planet like some claim or is it a tribal deity?


A: Yes, it is possible to work with Tarot without having to interact  with the Judaic egregore. Actually, you should try to stay away from it completely. The Abrahamic system is the consequence of the Sephiroth Tree, it is its visible product that found its manifestation in the three religions. The system of reality creation itself is much bigger. The Sephiroth tree represents one of the pathways of reality creation, in which one has the opportunity to get to know his own self as well as the mechanism behind the current reality.

The egregore of Judaism is one of religious egregores at the top of the egregorial system, together with Islam and Christianity. It is the leading aspect of the Sephiroth Tree, and that is why it determines the laws and regulations of the countries where this religion prevails. The egregore of Judaism dictates the moral standards as well as the rules, and defines the premises for  the laws for everyone under it.

In the answer to the question is said that "the Sephiroth tree represents one of the pathways of reality creation", does this mean that the Yggdrasil Tree from the Nordic tradition would be another? Is there other examples of this? Thank you!

Aberg

Quote from: BlackSwallowtail on 2024 January 05 , 18:52:24does this mean that the Yggdrasil Tree from the Nordic tradition would be another? Is there other examples of this?
You are absoluyely right.
There are a great number of such systems in our world. Look at the myths of the peoples of the world, and you will find that all the legends mention some kind of the "Tree of life" or "World Tree".

The tree here acts as a basis for the construction of reality, a kind of engine. The various pantheons of gods have nurtured their own tree-systems in this world.

In our school we study in detail those systems that were nurtured within the West European magical tradition: it is the Tree of Sephiroth, which we study at the Tarot department and the Tree of Yggdrasil - at the Department of Runes.

Also within the framework of the course of the General Theory of Magic we study the unified general algorithms of the construction of reality (the rules of nurturing the tree of life) through the 3 circles scheme.