The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

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The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:18 am

The God-Emperors of ancient China were apart of a priest caste called the Lung otherwise known as the 'Dragons' [the far eastern variation of the Satanic priesthood]. They were individuals who had accomplished the Magnum Opus and given the right to guide the rest of society with their supernormal abilities and divine consciousness. Their title was identical to Pharaoh. The insignias worn by these individuals showed either an azure or golden dragon to indicate their level of spiritual power [perfected/divine]. Lower states of spiritual perfection were indicated by Li or Kiao [Sea or Mountain] dwelling dragons stitched onto the robes of the adept. This is the Chinese variation of the spiritual order of the initiated like the Ovate/Bard/Druid/Arch-druid of the Druidic Adders for example. Among other titles these Lung individuals had, they were also known as the 'First Born Sons of Heaven and Earth. This may be a hint towards them being Adamu that travelled north and went on to rule Ancient China after the rest migrated westward. The priest-class of ancient China were also known as the Wu and seen as immortal magicians/sorcerers with a multitude of abilities alongside an immense wisdom. According to Pinkham, a few examples of said abilities are described as being able to 'speak in the pure language of the gods', 'become invisible', 'spit fire', and 'be carried off on a cloud that shone as if with lightning'. It is important to note that the Wu worshipped 'Tai I' which is the eastern variation of the Logos or universal either. Tai I is seen as the supreme god, made of the material that comprises the unification of Yin & Yang.

The rule of these dragon Emperors were said to precede the Xia dynasty of Chinese history. There is also said to have been five particularly important dragon emperors, known as the 'Original Five', although their identities vary depending on specific traditions. These emperors were said to have provided significant contributions towards the advancement of Chinese culture and people and were viewed as cultural heroes, openly worshipped/respected before the joo revolution. Whether or not they really existed however is not important. It is how they hold symbolism towards spiritual themes/motifs. The emperors are described as having serpentine features like snakes/dragons. This is a clear nod to the serpent [kundalini] power that they possess similar to how certain deities and peoples of other cultures are portrayed as androgynous, symbolic of the spiritual union but not a physical deformity. Other examples of the alchemical symbolism include; the virgin birth of the Yellow Emperor Huang Di [bestowed by the divine light of the Gods] and how the five emperors collectively relate to the five elements and five directions of power. The themes of ascension into the 'Heavenly Realm of the Gods/Immortals' and riding etherical dragons are also prominent in the myths of the five. These themes were later revised with the emergence of Taoism as I have discussed in a previous article about the Eight Taoist Immortals.

Lao Tzu [Old Master/Teacher], an incarnation of Satan and founder of 'Taoism' [The Way] was said to have been a continuation of Satanic organisation after the Lung rulers of China [although my note is that worship of the Tao was prevalent in China before the arrival of Lao Tzu which is why it's also known as Later Tao/Taoism]. As spiritual virtue began to decline and moral rules needed to be put in place [Confucianism], the knowledge needed to be kept secret and limited to a master and student level only. It seems that this was a common event occuring on a global scale as seen with the Knights Templar, Cathar, Freemasons etc. Many of the descendants of the Lung priests grouped together to form an order of alchemists known as Prescriptioners [Feng Shih]. Seen as reclusive medicine men and shamans who lived in the mountains, they had a daily spiritual practice consisting of the eight fold path. Knowledge behind monotheism in it's original uncorrupted form is described by Prescriptioner Tsou Yen as Yin and Yang [female and male principle] first coming out of an unlimited sea of consciousness [Ether/Tao] and further divided into five elements which make up the world. He further states that the 'Essence of the Androgynous Dragon' [far east variation of the elixir motif] can be obtained by reversing this process through spiritual reunification of the five elements and bringing Yin/Yang back into it's primordial state which is Tao. I think it's important to note as well that some of these individuals took the ancient teachings of their ancestors too literally and tried making physical elixirs of immortality and suffered the consequences. However, for those who followed the correct interpretation of the ancient knowledge which was that the 'pill' of immortality could only be cultivated from within were successful in achieving perfection. The term 'Uniting the Dragon and Tiger' is Taoist version of Yoga [unifying male/female]. These exercises eventually activate the serpent power which help to 'cook' the three vital essences of individual [Jing, Chi, Shen] and assist the individual in becoming empty and return to the Tao. These Prescriptioners were also said to practice Dual Cultivation [sexual intercourse for the purpose of spiritual empowerment]. Interestingly, after the serpent power has activated, it is said that the Taoist Yogis are capable of raising the serpent to the top of the head then bring it down the front of the body and connect it back to the tailbone, thus completing a circuit while also representing the ouroboros theme of immortality [although I don't know if you can do that unless it is a step of the Magnum Opus that has not been revealed yet].

References

Pinkham, M. A. (1998). The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom.

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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby Stormblood » Sun Mar 18, 2018 9:59 pm

A very interesting read. Thank you for that.

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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby PeppermintTaco » Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:21 pm

High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
The term 'Uniting the Dragon and Tiger' is Taoist version of Yoga [unifying male/female]. These exercises eventually activate the serpent power which help to 'cook' the three vital essences of individual [Jing, Chi, Shen] and assist the individual in becoming empty and return to the Tao. These Prescriptioners were also said to practice Dual Cultivation [sexual intercourse for the purpose of spiritual empowerment]. Interestingly, after the serpent power has activated, it is said that the Taoist Yogis are capable of raising the serpent to the top of the head then bring it down the front of the body and connect it back to the tailbone, thus completing a circuit while also representing the ouroboros theme of immortality [although I don't know if you can do that unless it is a step of the Magnum Opus that has not been revealed yet].

References

Pinkham, M. A. (1998). The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom.


Thank you for the informing sermon, High Priestess. I have a couple of questions.

Firstly, regarding the first part I emboldened. Isn't "becoming empty" and "returning to" x or y enemy corruption? Or is something else meant there?

Secondly, regarding the second emboldened bit. I have read a book called The Multi-Orgasmic Man by Mantak Chia a while ago; and it mentions a circuit of energy called the "Microcosmic Orbit"; that goes along the spine and also the front of the body, and includes the tailbone and the top of the head. The circuit is completed by pressing the tongue against the roof of the mouth, and there are exercises to circulate (mainly sexual) energy along it. Could circulating the Kundalini be about this, too? I assume it'd energize everywhere involved significantly.

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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:19 pm

PeppermintTaco wrote:
High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
The term 'Uniting the Dragon and Tiger' is Taoist version of Yoga [unifying male/female]. These exercises eventually activate the serpent power which help to 'cook' the three vital essences of individual [Jing, Chi, Shen] and assist the individual in becoming empty and return to the Tao. These Prescriptioners were also said to practice Dual Cultivation [sexual intercourse for the purpose of spiritual empowerment]. Interestingly, after the serpent power has activated, it is said that the Taoist Yogis are capable of raising the serpent to the top of the head then bring it down the front of the body and connect it back to the tailbone, thus completing a circuit while also representing the ouroboros theme of immortality [although I don't know if you can do that unless it is a step of the Magnum Opus that has not been revealed yet].

References

Pinkham, M. A. (1998). The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom.


Thank you for the informing sermon, High Priestess. I have a couple of questions.

Firstly, regarding the first part I emboldened. Isn't "becoming empty" and "returning to" x or y enemy corruption? Or is something else meant there?

Secondly, regarding the second emboldened bit. I have read a book called The Multi-Orgasmic Man by Mantak Chia a while ago; and it mentions a circuit of energy called the "Microcosmic Orbit"; that goes along the spine and also the front of the body, and includes the tailbone and the top of the head. The circuit is completed by pressing the tongue against the roof of the mouth, and there are exercises to circulate (mainly sexual) energy along it. Could circulating the Kundalini be about this, too? I assume it'd energize everywhere involved significantly.


The term 'becoming empty' refers to merging all the different parts of the being under one unified force, the etheric property of the universe. It's the Magnum Opus. The enemy has corrupted this meaning into something literal.

The microcosmic orbit is one of the most important spiritual exercises one can do as it empowers the chakra extensions in a closed loop and creating a permanent energetic pathway as such. It's normally said that the power of the serpent when it rises must be properly vented through and out the crown chakra, however with the idea of the microcosmic orbit, perhaps there is another path the energy can take to continuously empower oneself.

The chariot of Ra meditation is an advanced variant of the microcosmic orbit.

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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby PeppermintTaco » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:29 pm

High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
PeppermintTaco wrote:
High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
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The term 'becoming empty' refers to merging all the different parts of the being under one unified force, the etheric property of the universe. It's the Magnum Opus. The enemy has corrupted this meaning into something literal.

The microcosmic orbit is one of the most important spiritual exercises one can do as it empowers the chakra extensions in a closed loop and creating a permanent energetic pathway as such. It's normally said that the power of the serpent when it rises must be properly vented through and out the crown chakra, however with the idea of the microcosmic orbit, perhaps there is another path the energy can take to continuously empower oneself.

The chariot of Ra meditation is an advanced variant of the microcosmic orbit.


I see. Thank you for your answer. Would you be so kind as to explain what the Chariot of Ra meditation is?

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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:26 pm

PeppermintTaco wrote:
High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
PeppermintTaco wrote:...


The term 'becoming empty' refers to merging all the different parts of the being under one unified force, the etheric property of the universe. It's the Magnum Opus. The enemy has corrupted this meaning into something literal.

The microcosmic orbit is one of the most important spiritual exercises one can do as it empowers the chakra extensions in a closed loop and creating a permanent energetic pathway as such. It's normally said that the power of the serpent when it rises must be properly vented through and out the crown chakra, however with the idea of the microcosmic orbit, perhaps there is another path the energy can take to continuously empower oneself.

The chariot of Ra meditation is an advanced variant of the microcosmic orbit.


I see. Thank you for your answer. Would you be so kind as to explain what the Chariot of Ra meditation is?


The Chariot of RA and the Rotation of the Chi

The true meaning of the Chariot of Ra, which evolved into the Reidh Rune, is the
rotation of the chi/bioelectricity. This also corresponds to the Chariot trump of the
Tarot. This meditation is advanced. Demons gave this to me and it is of the
Egyptian Kabalah.

1. Condense your chi into any one of your chakras. This works great when you
can feel your chi, as at sometimes it is more amplified than at others. If you can't
feel your chi, just do several rounds of energy breathing.

2. Circulate your condensed chi (which should be a small ball of intense light) to
each of your chakras. For example, at the base of the spine, up the spine to the
second and all the way up to the crown; drop the ball into your 6th chakra behind
your third eye, down into the pineal gland if you wish, and then focus it forward to
your third eye then drop it to your throat chakra in the front at your throat and
then down to the front of your chest to your heart chakra, on down to your
perennial chakra between your anus and genitals and then back to your base
chakra. That completes one circuit.

3. The difference with this meditation is at each chakra where your chi is focused,
vibrate RA. The vibrations should be felt in the chakra you are focusing on. This
is correctly done by beginning the vibration with the English R, then switching to
the rolled R. EEERRRRRRRR-RRRRRRRRRR-AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH The
R's in the middle should be rolled.

Getting to where you can feel the vibrations in each chakra takes practice but will
come in time.

PeppermintTaco
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Re: The Lung/Wu, Five Emperors and Taoist Prescriptors

Postby PeppermintTaco » Sat Jun 16, 2018 12:17 am

High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
PeppermintTaco wrote:
High Priest Lucius Oria wrote:
The term 'becoming empty' refers to merging all the different parts of the being under one unified force, the etheric property of the universe. It's the Magnum Opus. The enemy has corrupted this meaning into something literal.

The microcosmic orbit is one of the most important spiritual exercises one can do as it empowers the chakra extensions in a closed loop and creating a permanent energetic pathway as such. It's normally said that the power of the serpent when it rises must be properly vented through and out the crown chakra, however with the idea of the microcosmic orbit, perhaps there is another path the energy can take to continuously empower oneself.

The chariot of Ra meditation is an advanced variant of the microcosmic orbit.


I see. Thank you for your answer. Would you be so kind as to explain what the Chariot of Ra meditation is?


The Chariot of RA and the Rotation of the Chi

The true meaning of the Chariot of Ra, which evolved into the Reidh Rune, is the
rotation of the chi/bioelectricity. This also corresponds to the Chariot trump of the
Tarot. This meditation is advanced. Demons gave this to me and it is of the
Egyptian Kabalah.

1. Condense your chi into any one of your chakras. This works great when you
can feel your chi, as at sometimes it is more amplified than at others. If you can't
feel your chi, just do several rounds of energy breathing.

2. Circulate your condensed chi (which should be a small ball of intense light) to
each of your chakras. For example, at the base of the spine, up the spine to the
second and all the way up to the crown; drop the ball into your 6th chakra behind
your third eye, down into the pineal gland if you wish, and then focus it forward to
your third eye then drop it to your throat chakra in the front at your throat and
then down to the front of your chest to your heart chakra, on down to your
perennial chakra between your anus and genitals and then back to your base
chakra. That completes one circuit.

3. The difference with this meditation is at each chakra where your chi is focused,
vibrate RA. The vibrations should be felt in the chakra you are focusing on. This
is correctly done by beginning the vibration with the English R, then switching to
the rolled R. EEERRRRRRRR-RRRRRRRRRR-AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH The
R's in the middle should be rolled.

Getting to where you can feel the vibrations in each chakra takes practice but will
come in time.


Thanks a ton, High Priestess. Have a great day.


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