The #Cross (a 90° right #Angle) has been one of the most #Ancient and exalted #Human #Ideograms of the #Sun throughout the #World and #Celebrated as a #Symbol of #Life not only to Christians, but also Hindus, Buddhists, Greeks, Amerindians and to the Egyptians dating back as far as the Palaeolithic.
To most of these early #Cultures, it’s sited through what came to be regarded as the widespread observance of #TheCrossing and #Resurrection of the Sun at the #VernalEquinox #Eostre using the #FourSeasons
The hot-cross bun, for example, is #Pagan in #Origin. The #AngloSaxons shared cakes as part of the welcoming of #Spring
The early missionaries of #Rome disapproved of this and began #Blessing the cakes, drawing a cross upon them to #Make the #Food their own “Half for you, Half for me
Between us two #GoodWill shall be”
If you #Eat them today …. Remember that is our #Recipe #DontShootTheMessenger
The Way Of The Wyrd
The Concept - A Tree of Life has been used in Science, Religion, Philosophy & Mythology
A mystical concept alluding to the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and a metaphor for common descent in the evolutionary sense.
The Tree of Knowledge - connecting to Heaven and the Underworld & The Tree of Life, connecting all forms of creation, are both forms of The World Tree or The Cosmic Tree and are portrayed in various religions and philosophies as the same tree
Understanding the Tree of Life, one can understand the structure of the universe around us and within us - for it maps the macrocosm and the microcosm and everything in between
The Kabbalah is a symbol which expresses the structure of creation.
The Tree of Life, as one of the two primary trees in the Garden of Eden, is one of the roots of all human understanding.
To understand the Tree of Life is to understand the basic formula of existence
The Tree of Life is the foundation of countless ancient cultures. It is Yggdrasil of the Nordics, the Tree of Life of the Aztecs and Mayans, and the Bodhi Tree of the Buddha.
The Kabbalah expresses the mathematics of all creation.
It is also intimately related with the ancient and sacred Tarot. The twenty two symbols of the Tarot contain the entirety of divine wisdom, and that wisdom is organized and explained in the Kabbalah.
“I looked, and it was unlike anything I had ever witnessed before.
The blaze of the mane and tail lit up the sky, filling the area around it with a sense of radiant gloriousness.
They were pure fire, unruly, wild, truly not of this world. The pure coat dazzled my eyes, so intense that I had to shield my face. And the eyes… I shall never see such a wonder again. Deep blue, the deepest that could never be remade, deeper than the ocean, deeper than the love between a man and a woman.
And then, the horn. The magnificence of the beauty can not be described, for our language does not have words to do justice to such a thing.
Then, it was gone, and I knew that in those few seconds I had seen something that no mortal would ever seen again. The First Unicorn.”
”The First Unicorn”