Treatise on Energy I

Energy flows one way in nature – from east to west. one must become aligned with the natural flow if one is to become the highest that one, indefinitely, is. Within all humankind there is a natural tendency toward the divine, for being of the divine, we yearn to return from whence we have come. It is a natural truth that, being so hidden and now mostly forgotten, is feared by most who now dwell hither. Ere the coming of the new ages of this world, The Ancient Ones beheld the movement of energy in great awe, but they were not afraid of it and knew that it, the energy, underlying all things was there too for them to make use of. This knowledge and understanding has been lost largely within the spheres of all the cultures of this world. Even to those few to whom this arcanum is now held, they possess not the wisdom of begetting their true forms – of utilising this energy, and many who know not of it or understand it not, must receive the effects of its wrath in accordance with the Foundational Law of Balance.

The Law of Balance dictates that all change in the universe must interact such that it minimises effects – change must, like energy its begetter, flow and meet little or no resistance. It also means that, all things in the universe must change in such away that the totality of the universe’s energy remain balanced. This is why universal changes take a long time to happen, though the effects be great; but man, in haste and in fear for his mortality, delves into immediate use and destroys and cultivates, imbibes and imbues. For every positive that exists, there must be a negative. It is for this reason, that The Ancient Ones, the Great Teachers of the world, taught that balancing energy was more important than doing good things. Doing what is right is more important than doing what is good. Indeed, this is still true even though the terms “right” and “good” have become jumbled and are now regarded as identical in meaning. However, to do what is right, means that when the action is complete, it flows into the direction of the universal energy flow and as such, minimises latent effects in the total energy system of the universe. In other words, doing what is right means that the “Domino Effect” no longer has weighting on the actions or inactions of the universe.

All things in nature mirror this effect – that in change, they naturally flow in the manner of least resistance. This is most easily observed with water, that does not allow obstacles to impede its flow, but gracefully meanders around it or carves a new path – whichever possesses the least resistance. However, the “Domino Effect” accumulates Karmic Energy that would seek to balance all action and inaction in the universe. It is a stringent two-fold rule that alternates in waves creating negative and positive reactions in its wake.

That which is right takes upon itself its own action, like a river flows into the ocean taking with it naught but itself. This flow carries one to the Divine Realm. What is called “good” is defined by man based on what he has learned and on what he has been told, but only that which is right is ordained by God and can carry one to the realisation of Immortality in the Kingdom of the Divine One.

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An Inquiry

How can I be wise if I do not understand?
How can I understand if I do not know?
How can I know if I do not remember?
How can I remember if I do not learn?
How can I learn if I do not persevere?
How can I persevere if I do not try?
How can I try if I do not start?
How can I start if I am not motivated?
How do I become motivated if I am not inspired?
How do I become inspired if I do not seek inspiration?
How do I seek inspiration if I do not know what to look for?
How do I know what to look for if I cannot see?
How do I see if I am blind?
How do I see if my eyes are closed?
How do I open my eyes if I do not know how?
How do I open my eyes if I do not want to?
How do I want it if I do not care for it?
How do I care for it if I do not love it?
How do I love it if I do not love myself?
How do I love myself if I do not love God?
How do I love God if I do not love his works?
How do I love his works if I do not love myself?
How can I be wise if I do not love?

– SKLADUM 3721.201209.005

Truth is like unto the Sun…

Truth is like unto the Sun:
Ever blazing as a furnace that melts all things;
An ember that does not die;
A flame inextinguishable;
A light so bright!
Brilliant is its standing
Brilliant is its shadow
Brilliant its rays.
Nothing standing in the path of Truth is darkened
For the Truth shines on all things
But with backs turned to it
We may thus, ignore it;
Pretend we do not feel its rays
Its intense heat beating down upon us
Seeking our attention – calling to us
Yea, even as we ignore it
We see its luminescence before us
and that too – but the light minimal in our faces –
We pretend we do not see
But it waits for us to turn
To gaze upon its face
That we may only be true to ourselves
And see the Sun shining within
For what good is a man who is true in all things
But is not true in himself?
How can such a man exist?
For as the Sun shines and its heat penetrates
So do the rays of Truth
That to know it, begins inwardly.

At night we are gladdened
For no longer need we hide from Truth
It has fallen beneath the waves;
The tides of Illusion and Deceit supersede it
But the Moon rises, and Wisdom is like unto it
For it sits in the sky incandescent –
Not brilliant as the Sun which we force ourselves to ignore.
And the Moon looks down upon us
Not commanding our attention
But peacefully awaiting our side glances
Yet, not always is it there in fullness
And not always is it there at all
For it turns not, but may also show not
And one face is ever dark
For who may know all of Wisdom?
And yet another face shine…
Is not Wisdom is a two-faced wretch:
Pleasing and fecundate like honey
But more bitter than bitterest gall?

And we would not see Wisdom
If it were not for Truth:
Truth shines its benevolent rays that we may witness Wisdom
For True Knowledge is Truth;
And Truth is it
And it directs us to Wisdom.
Together they are Wisdom and Truth
As the Moon and the Sun
As the Electrum of the Gods
Side-by-side they await
The glory of our realisation
Of our awakening
They remain to call us – to aid us
Waiting for us to hearken to them
For, however shall we find God
If Wisdom and Truth, his Vassals, we do not embrace?
Nay! His offspring!
One cannot adore the Father and not his Sons and Daughters
For that man is thus false
And in the eyes of the Father, a darkened man.

The Wiseman knows Truth and he shines forth like the Sun
But his Wisdom is as hidden and softly glowing as the Moon
Thus, be like the Sun and the Moon
That this world, we may depart….

– SKLADUM 3721.20120900.001