Tao and Symbolic Tradition

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Tao and Symbolic Tradition

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Mon Dec 18, 2017 6:04 am

At the centre of the Chinese tradition is an understanding of the Tao/Dao. This refers to the natural order of the universe and the essence of reality which is the equivalent to the Vedic Dharma. The Tao is also the Tau or ether force which the universe is run on. We use this unconscious power to achieve Godhood through daily alchemical/spiritual practice. The gross elements of the soul become unified under one force, the Tao force. This is also where the enemy has corrupted the monotheism and 'oneness' concept.



The ancient Chinese did not argue morality/existence in terms of philosophy or religion because they simply lived naturally (according to their individual soul nature; known as Wu-Wei which is known as 'effortless doing' or 'doing without doing'). This is why the Chinese civilisation and culture survived for thousands of years before the jewish red civil war. HP Don also mentions this in a previous post referring to the 'will of heaven' also known as the 'mandate of heaven' of which the emperor works according to the Tao and teaches everyone to do the same. Due to the decline this has obviously degenerated somewhat given Chinese imperial history but for the most part spiritual knowledge and culture was kept in tact till communist rule. There are still thousand of ancient temples devoted to Siva in China along with entire Vedic texts in Chinese. The name China itself comes from the Sanskrit title of 'Simha' which in english means 'The Lion' सिंह.



Same with the rest of the gentile world, the Chinese spiritualism followed a symbolic tradition which ultimately related to the Magnum Opus. Like the other pagan cultures around the world, this was corrupted and all the gods were turned into literal beings alongside their stories and rituals etc. Within Taoism there are the famous 'Eight Immortals' (again the symbolic 8) who are filled to the brim with Satanic allegory, Asian style. I shall be posting a separate thread on them and how they relate to Satanism.



Another example of such 'literalised' characters (actually symbols of the perfected life force or aspects of the Magnum Opus), would be one of the three Xians (immortals) of ancient China who was said to be the first god-emperor of China named Fu Xi (also known as Tai Hao or Great Bright One). Fu Xi (fig 1) has been described as very luminous and/or having the body of a serpent (fig 4). He is seen holding the Taoist Ba-gua (fig 2), which are eight trigrams said to represent the fundamental principles of reality (same as pentagram) while accompanied by a turtle. Both the Ba-gua and turtle represent concepts related to immortality. The turtle represents the slow process of reaching perfection with its bottom shell representing the human (earth) and the top shell representing the god (heaven). The 8 sides of the Ba-gua represent eternity/perfection similarly to the eight spokes of the dharmic wheel (fig 3) and the taijitu in the centre further illustrates this. The eight spokes of the dharma wheel represent the path to immortality, ultimately leading to one source, shown as a bindu point in the centre of the wheel. The outer wheel relates to the 'eternal' aspect of the perfected life force which is usually depicted through self-consuming serpent symbols such as ouroboros and Ananta Shesha. The number 8 also symbolises infinity when turned to it's side which adds to this esoteric knowledge.



The painting showing Fu Xi and his sister Nüwa with their serpent legs intertwined with moon below and sun above them all relate to the Magnum Opus. Fu Xi is the Siva aspect while Nüwa is the Shakti aspect, together they unify to make the Tao force. Naturally one can see why the Kundalini is also depicted in the painting as it is required to power the great work. I also want to make note that the ancient painting was found in Xinjiang, Northwest China which is home to the Uyghur who are the purest remnants of the Aryans that used to rule China in ancient times. It is also of extreme importance the grail symbol as seen from the triangle formed between their union. It is the 666 chakra and this painting highlights it's importance in perfecting the self. The 666 (Sun) chakra stores the female elixir.



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Fig 1: Fu Xi

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Fig 2: Ba Gua

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Fig 3: Dharmic Wheel

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Fig 4: Fu Xi and Nüwa


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