When these oaths of secrecy were first made, it was in a world where it’s existence depended on it’s veil of mystery. It was a duty to be keepers of the secret and sacred flame. Wisdom and Gnosis is birthed from the Inner Divine Flame. We are merely light bringers – a torch and beacon for those who look to take a more active role in the process of following their star and seven internal planets. At times we must reflect… some times we must absorb. But within each new day, our light must shine and we must also remember that we must reflect and be a mirror of the divine and be. That light is reflected in your actions and behavior as you become the way of the seekers and other gatekeepers that you embrace.



Sunrise and Sunset – the day is complete and you can no longer focus on the past day set in motion. We reset ourselves through slumber. The shadows of the day are released in our subconscious mind. Every day is a battle of light in dark in the vessel of our inner temple. As we clear away the mud, we must allow a cord to anchor ourselves to Our Mother Earth but still be open to flow with the current and mysteries of the limitless emptiness of night and space, and yet be empowered by Our Father solar light. Balance and synergy of the Inner and Outer Seven Suns and guide our orbit. We must be willing to travel in orbit with Our Mother Cosmic Ocean.



We are suppose to use these tools and wisdom to forge a path and learn to understand the system. Not for us to mimic and recite verbatim someone else’s path, someone else’s way. Every member or initiate must experience and master their own lives. They must create their own tools. Guess what? We all are born with the ability. If we will only allow our self to use it as a guide for our own path. If we all play follow the leader, then how do we discover our path or grow? Where are the leaders and pioneers of our age? Lost in a tit for tat over who owns this knowledge?



I will be posting the spring and summer schedule for divine liberation soul journeys. If you are interested in more information, please contact us and I will add you to my mailing list and once we set some dates, I will notify everyone. I will be documenting the progress as we go along in my blog. So stay tuned…..



The Seven Hermetic Principles:


"The Principles of Truth are Seven; he who knows these,
 understandingly, possesses the Magic Key before whose
 touch all the Doors of the Temple fly open." — The Kybalion.

"THE ALL IS MIND; The Universe is Mental." — The Kybalion.

"The Material Universe"; the "Phenomena of Life"; "Matter"; "Energy"; and, in short, all that is apparent to our material senses) is SPIRIT which in itself is UNKNOWABLE and UNDEFINABLE, but which may be considered and thought of as AN UNIVERSAL, INFINITE, LIVING MIND. It also explains that all the phenomenal world or universe is simply a Mental Creation of THE ALL, subject to the Laws of Created Things, and that the universe, as a whole, and in its parts or units, has its existence in the Mind of THE ALL, in which Mind we "live and move and have our being."

"As above, so below; as below, so above." — The Kybalion.

"Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates." — The Kybalion.

"Everything flows, out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates." — The Kybalion.

"Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled." —The Kybalion.

"Every Cause has its Effect; every Effect has its Cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is but a name for Law not recognized; there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law." —The Kybalion.

"Gender is in everything; everything has its Masculine and Feminine Principles; Gender manifests on all planes." —The Kybalion.



Prima materia, prime matter, is what fills the entire regio aetherea, or everything else and is the mother of the elements and every created thing. The alchemical process has various definitions, with no one definition considered prominent. This is because alchemists had personal definitions of prima materia. Many definitions even contradicted one another. They range from lead, iron, gold, quicksilver, salt, sulphur, vinegar, water, fire, earth, water of life, blood, poison, spirit, clouds, sky, dew, shadow, sea, mother, moon, dragon, Venus, microcosm, and so on.

One could say that current thinking that we are all gods because we have the spirit of God within us held by some, especially nature worshippers, possibly originated from alchemical thought. The English alchemist Sir George Ripley (c. 1415-1490) wrote, "Every man has it, it is in every place, in you, in me, in everything, in time and space." "It offers itself in lowly form [vili figura]. From it springs our eternal water [aqua permanens]." Ripley said prima materia is water, the material principle of all bodies, including mercury. Since this prima material contained water it also contained fire, as both were said to be within the philosopher's stone; therefore, it is believe the stone always existed coming from Paradise too.

Since prima materia is supposedly the living stone, also, this also demonstrated the stone is without beginning or end (the rolling stone, wheel of time, calendar, the Earth, itself). Jung noted in the Liber Platonis quartorum, "That from which things arise is the invisible and immovable God." Allegorically speaking, most of the world is on the alchemical path it is still not too late to follow the lead of Paracelsus; he recognized both good and bad in nature and used it to promote good. He acknowledged this when his critics said his medicines were poisonous. His response was that all things are poisonous; it's the dosage that matters.

Although Jung demonstrated the similarities between alchemy and psychology, he never denied the pitfalls of each, the bad points that must be confronted and worked out. In this confrontation there is no easy answer or magic bullet, no prima materia or philosopher's stone. It is time to recognize the world is the hermaphrodite stone which man lives on. The world is both good and evil, both life and death; how man uses the world will determine the outcome of both the world and man. Man can continue seeking the stone in eternal heavenly salvation for himself, or he can, like the chemist, discover new ways in which everyone can live peacefully. The dosage or stone lies in the actions of humankind. — A.G.H.