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ESOTERIC DEFINITION Anunnaki Psychic Spirit Fairie

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ESOTERIC DEFINITION

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DESCRIPTIVE:  Esoteric Definition gives information on esoteric astrology, and esoteric philosophical theories. Esoteric time uses the moon calendar.

Esoteric Definition

Information on Esoteric Astrology, and Esoteric Philosophical Theories. Esoteric time uses the moon calendar, full 13 moon calendar here below.

It is important for us to become familiar with the inner workings of ourselves, both spiritually, and mentally.  

There is so much information regarding the forces, and energies of the spiritual dimensions in existence within us.

Meaning of Esoteric

Esoteric knowledge will take you past religion its dogmas and biases, straight into the truth of that which you believe.  Esoteric means hidden.  Exoteric information is what the preachers, and priests learn, and retain for themselves.  Esoteric knowledge   is the mystical information that is kept hidden by a few individuals allowed to maintain it.

Exoteric is outer Knowledge that is intended to be…

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What are We?

When people discuss the origin of Humanity, a lot of different theories are debated. It has come to my attention that most people will only accept one angle out of all the possibilities. The standard belief is that we have come to be by slowly evolving from apes. Others, believe we were created by God. Despite opposing claims from either side, there is a lot of evidence to support both claims. Is there really only one correct belief? I believe that the truth will be found when people look into both theories with an open and scientific mind.

It is a well known fact that species evolve due to a number of factors such as: environment, mutation, and natural selection. Human beings have broken these laws by cross-breeding certain animals. These animals are called hybrids and can not produce offspring. Even if pregnancy takes place, the fetus is quickly miscarried due to a difference in blood type. This is caused by red cell alloimmunization. This same pregnancy issue happens in homo sapiens. Is this because, we too, are hybrids?

There is substantial evidence to suggest that an Alien race known as the Anunnaki bred with homo erectus and created the modern humans. Zecharia Sitchin deciphered ancient Sumerian tablets that described the genetic mixing of Anunnaki DNA with the Homo Erectus species.

We have evolved from apes and have been “created” in the Gods image. Almost all religious texts describe this event in one way or another. It is also common knowledge that creatures evolve in order to continue surviving. I urge you to seek for information in either of these theories that dismisses the credibility of the other. I know that with an honest look, you will see that these theories can coexist together and form a mixedtheory that is closer to truth.

Noksuna: Harbinger of Twilight-Chapter 1/ Preface

Noksuna
Chapter 1
The Harbinger of Twilight

 PREFACE

In the beginning, nine stood before the eternal fires of Noksuna. Her hypnotic flicker forever solidifying all that lived inside them, all that was their vision, all that could be from the abyss of their hearts, and all that would be from the glory of the crown. Permeated, their stares focused toward the walls of twilight. The walls they swore to defend… In the Distance, The spiraling horizons of darkness that will slowly etch it’s blackness into Lesu began to wax and wane ever-closer to the valley; Showing the Nine Templar that the boding mist will now forever burden the realm of the Astral garden… ‘less they forget their vows. The Nine being present in Juron was a testament to the oath they had all taken long ago. The Noksuna. The vow to Odin and the High Priestess Aihmsva, to guard, for all of time, the breath of the ever-nova and her hope-bearing ghosts. This war was to be lost or won in vain, for the seer has already spoke the fate that bestow those who guard the fiery tomb of the goddess, princess Aihmsva Ekunovlas.

 

Noksuna: The Harbinger of Twilight
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Polar Shift: Believe in Hope

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ELPIS was the spirit (daimona) of hope. She along with the other daimones were trapped in a jar by Zeus and entrusted to the care of the first woman Pandora. When she opened the vessel all of the spirits escaped except for Elpis (Hope) who alone remained to comfort mankind. Elpis was depicted as a young woman carrying flowers in her arms. Her opposite number was Moros, spirit of hopelessness and doom.

PARENTS
Perhaps a child of NYX, though nowhere stated
OFFSPRING
PHEME (Sophocles Oedipus the King 151)

Hesiod, Works & Days 54 ff (trans. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) :
“[Zeus] hid fire; but that the noble son of Iapetus stole again for men from Zeus the counsellor in a hollow fennel-stalk . . . But afterwards Zeus who gathers the clouds said to him in anger: ‘. . . I will give men as the price for fire an evil thing in which they may all be glad of heart while they embrace their own destruction.’
So said the father of men and gods, and laughed aloud. And he bade famous Hephaistos make haste and mix earth with water and to put in it the voice and strength of human kind, and fashion a sweet, lovely maiden-shape . . .
When he had finished the sheer, hopeless snare, the Father sent glorious Argus-Slayer [Hermes], the swift messenger of the gods, to take it to Epimetheus as a gift. And Epimetheus did not think on what Prometheus had said to him, bidding him never take a gift of Olympian Zeus, but to send it back for fear it might prove to be something harmful to men. But he took the gift, and afterwards, when the evil thing was already his, he understood. For ere this the tribes of men lived on earth remote and free from ills (kakoi) and hard toil (ponoi) and heavy sickness (nosoi) which bring the Keres (Fates) upon men; for in misery men grow old quickly. But the woman took off the great lid of the jar (pithos) with her hands and scattered all these and her thought caused sorrow and mischief to men. Only Elpis (Hope) remained there in an unbreakable home within under the rim of the great jar, and did not fly out at the door; for ere that, the lid of the jar stopped her, by the will of Aigis-holding Zeus who gathers the clouds. But the rest, countless plagues (lugra), wander amongst men; for earth is full of evils and the sea is full. Of themselves diseases (nosoi) come upon men continually by day and by night, bringing mischief to mortals silently; for wise Zeus took away speech from them. So is there no way to escape the will of Zeus.”

Pindar, Fragment 214 (trans. Sandys) (Greek lyric C5th B.C.) :
“With him liveth sweet Elpis (Hope), the nurse of eld, the fosterer of his heart–Elpis (Hope), who chiefly ruleth the changeful mind of man.”

Theognis, Fragment 1. 1135 (trans. Gerber, Vol. Greek Elegiac) (Greek elegy C6th B.C.) : 
“Elpis (Hope) is the only good god remaining among mankind; the others have left and gone to Olympos. Pistis (Trust), a mighty god has gone, Sophrosyne (Restraint) has gone from men, and the Kharites, my friend, have abandoned the earth. Men’s judicial oaths are no longer to be trusted, nor does anyone revere the immortal gods; the race of pious men has perished and men no longer recognize the rules of conduct or acts of piety. But as long as man lives and sees the light of the sun, let him show piety to the gods and count on Elpis (Hope). Let him pray to the gods and burn splendid thigh bones, sacrificing to Elpis (Hope) first and last.”
[N.B. Theognis’ account is the inverse of Hesiod’s : the good spirits escaped from Pandora’s jar, abandoning mankind in their flight to heaven.]

Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound 250 ff (trans. Weir Smyth) (Greek tragedy C5th B.C.) :
“Prometheus: Yes, I caused mortals to cease foreseeing their doom (moros).
Chorus: Of what sort was the cure that you found for this affliction?
Prometheus: I caused blind hopes (elpides) to dwell within their breasts.
Chorus: A great benefit was this you gave to mortals.”
[N.B. This is presumably a reference to Pandora’s jar, a curse concocted by Zeus to punish mankind for the theft of fire. Prometheus seems to be saying that he was the one who stayed Hope inside the jar, when the other evils escaped.]

Sophocles, Oedipus the King 151 ff (Greek tragedy C5th B.C.) : 
“Chorus: O sweetly-speaking message of Zeus, in what spirit have you come to glorious Thebes from golden Pytho? I am on the rack, terror shakes my soul, O Delian healer [oracular Apollon] to whom wild cries rise, in holy fear of you, wondering what debt you will extract from me, perhaps unknown before, perhaps renewed with the revolving years. Tell me, immortal Phama (Report), child of golden Elpis (Hope).”

Aesop, Fables 526 (from Babrius 58) (trans. Gibbs) (Greek fable C6th B.C.) : 
“Zeus gathered all the useful things together in a jar and put a lid on it. He then left the jar in human hands. But man had no self-control and he wanted to know what was in that jar, so he pushed the lid aside, letting those things go back to the abode of the gods. So all the good things flew away, soaring high above the earth, and Spes/Elpis (Hope) was the only thing left. When the lid was put back on the jar, Elpis (Hope) was kept inside. That is why Elpis (Hope) alone is still found among the people, promising that she will bestow on each of us the good things that have gone away.”
[N.B. In the extant Latin version of this fable Eplis is translated as Spes.]

Ovid, Heroides 2. 9 ff (trans. Showerman) (Roman poetry C1st B.C. to C1st A.D.) :
“Spes (Hope), too, has been slow to leave me; we are tardy in believing, when belief brings hurt.”
[N.B. The Roman counterpart of Elpis, Spes, had a temple in Rome.]

Nonnus, Dionysiaca 7. 7 ff (trans. Rouse) (Greek epic C5th A.D.) :
“[Aion or Father Time, addresses Zeus:] ‘But, some may say, a medicine [Elpis, Hope] has been planted to make long-suffering mortals forget their troubles, to save their lives. Would that Pandora had never opened the heavenly cover of that jar–she the sweet bane of mankind!’”

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The Allegory of the Cave (Analogy of the CavePlato’s CaveParable of the Cave) is presented by the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato in the Republic to compare “…the effect of education (παιδεία) and the lack of it on our nature“. It is written as a dialogue between Plato’s brother Glaucon and his mentor Socrates, narrated by the latter. The Allegory of the Cave is presented after the Analogy of the Sun and the Analogy of the Divided Line. All three are characterized in relation to dialectic (διάλεκτος) at the end of books VII and VIII.

Plato has Socrates describe a gathering of people who have lived chained to the wall of a cave all of their lives, facing a blank wall. The people watch shadows projected on the wall by things passing in front of a fire behind them, and begin to designate names to these shadows. The shadows are as close as the prisoners get to viewing reality. He then explains how the philosopher is like a prisoner who is freed from the cave and comes to understand that the shadows on the wall do not make up reality at all, as he can perceive the true form of reality rather than the mere shadows seen by the prisoners.

The Allegory may be related to Plato’s Theory of Forms, according to which the “Forms” (or “Ideas“/”Archetypes“), and not the material world of change known to us through sensation, possess the highest and most fundamental kind of reality. Only knowledge of the Forms constitutes real knowledge.[1] Socrates informs Glaucon that the most excellent must learn the greatest of all studies, which is to behold the Good. Those who have ascended to this highest level, however, must not remain there but must return to the cave and dwell with the prisoners, sharing in their labors and honors.

Plato’s Phaedo contains similar imagery to that of the Allegory of the Cave; a philosopher recognizes that before philosophy, his soul was “a veritable prisoner fast bound within his body… and that instead of investigating reality by itself and in itself it is compelled to peer through the bars of its prison.”[2]