This is the paper back cover of Secret Teachings of All Ages. A book that was given to me on Christmas 2001 by my MoM. For the last six or seven months I have been dragging this thing behind me like a security blanket. I have tried reading it in the past, straight through that is, with no success. My friend once told me, during a conversation on how books or movies seem different when you haven't seen them or read them in a while, that it wasn't the book/movie that changes.... But you that had changed. I guess my knowledge had to catch up to this one.... I had been using it for cross reference though. Regardless it took a good syncromystic kick in the ass for me to sit down and go all the way through this behemoth from cover to cover. I'm about 3 chapters out, then I'm done.
Anyway with all this DNA revelation that I'm head deep in it seems that I've become quite obsessive. It seems that all I see can be reinterpreted to DNA... I must admit a lot has influenced this surge. Reading Jeremy Narby's Cosmic Serpent, and Accidental Alchemist candy rants, but it seems that it is a pretty sound theory. I feel as of right now that DNA is a different entity than us.... Sorta of like the Black costume of Spider-Man. A symbiotic, our parasite like organism that strives for mutual gain. However it goes deeper than that, because DNA is us. And all that junk DNA is not dormant but a receiver/broadcaster. It picks up the DNA signals from all the other living things around us. You can call it OZ or Otherworld.... But it boils down to the Land of the Dead. Forgotten knowledge. DNA being the link to our ancestors is a given, but it stands to reason that an ability to understand what the plants around you know, what the electromagnetic fields around you are telling you... Could be drastically beneficial. Of course we already could be doing this and just calling it inspiration.
A Wrinkle in Time is a book by Madeleine L'Engle. I've read this fantastic read a few times trough at different stages in my life and have retrieved forgotten knowledge from it each one. First we can see now that it is published by Laurel-Leaf Newbery and there is a little picture of a leaf resonating Plant Konciousness and (LL) the serpent twins of DNA. Interesting points of interest are the fact that the main character is Meg Murry(MM), and that a portion of the tale takes place on planet Ureil which is the third planet in the spiral nebula Messier 101 in the constellation of Ursa Major. In the second book A Wind in the Door we find that (MM)'s brother Charles Wallace has gotten sick and the adventurers actually go into his DNA or Mitochondra to fix the problem.
I love this book as well and like the fact that it has a veiled dragon in it also called a cherub. NoW this is the only thing I could remeber when I saw Phantom Menace in 1999.... That is the film were George Lucas reveals his force theory and the Midicloriens.. The Midicloriens it seems are the link between the Jedi and the force and Anakin has the highest count That Liam Nesson has ever seen. Pondering these applications I look down at the STOAA cover and zero in on the left side...
We see on the cover the male and female chained to heaven. On the male side is the day, lion, phoenix aspect. The female shown here has the presence of the Aquila/Aeagle/ego... Then the Stagg composite god with the Axis Mudi spirit lights of the world tree (Think Christmas tree) in his antlers. The lady has the grapes covered in early Kotze in her hand and the moon passed by the stagg in the other. The Stagg holds his Three leaf clover symbolizing the trinity and his connection to the Saint Patrick green god or Osiris. What I focused on during defocalization is that the chain could stand for DNA. The connection between the Otherworld and this world and the link from the physical to heaven. This line of thinking brightens the meaning of the Moon and the Stagg and brings the importants of their symbolism to the imagination and it's connections to us understanding our DNA to the fore front.
Being the Christmas season it did not take me long to see this image of Sir Alec Guinness' portrait of Jacob Marley in Charles Dicken's the Christmas Carol. The chains immediately knocked me over. Here is a clear representation of the Knowledge from the land of the dead coming to enlighten the living NoW. The link of course being the Chain like structure of DNA receptors. Of course this is not the last time that Sir Guinness would have been seen like the ghostly father in Hamlet to teach the next plan of action....