what does Ida and Pingala mean?

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himmler was a legend
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what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby himmler was a legend » Sun Dec 01, 2019 6:56 pm

Im looking for a necklace about Satanism, and like the necklace of Ida and Pingala, but i dont know what it means. Can someone please explain?

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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Mon Dec 02, 2019 12:02 am

Don't post things like this in the JOS Activism subforum. It is absolutely off topic! A post like this belongs in the Joy of Satan 666 subforum.




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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Ninja 666 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 8:09 pm

himmler was a legend wrote:Im looking for a necklace about Satanism, and like the necklace of Ida and Pingala, but i dont know what it means. Can someone please explain?


It would be best to post these kind of questions in the main "Joy of Satan" forum. You will get better exposure there and more people are able to answer you. This forum is primarily for Online Activism / Online Warfare.

The Ida and Pingala nadis, or Moon and Sun nadis, are two of the main nadis of the soul, the third being the Sushumna. The Ida is black, the Pingala is red, and the Sushumna is white. Ida is feminine, Pingala is masculine.

If you look at the Medical Caduceus, a symbol that represents the human soul, they are represented by the two serpents that goes out from each side of the base chakra, and intervening at each chakra going upwards, and unite at the 6th chakra.

The third main nadi, the sushumna, is the line the kundalini travels up the spine.

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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby himmler was a legend » Tue Dec 03, 2019 5:16 pm

Im very sorry, im new to this forum and i didnt know where to post topics like that.
I will post them in the other subforum.

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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Ninja 666 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 5:40 pm

Ninja 666 wrote:
himmler was a legend wrote:Im looking for a necklace about Satanism, and like the necklace of Ida and Pingala, but i dont know what it means. Can someone please explain?


It would be best to post these kind of questions in the main "Joy of Satan" forum. You will get better exposure there and more people are able to answer you. This forum is primarily for Online Activism / Online Warfare.

The Ida and Pingala nadis, or Moon and Sun nadis, are two of the main nadis of the soul, the third being the Sushumna. The Ida is black, the Pingala is red, and the Sushumna is white. Ida is feminine, Pingala is masculine.

If you look at the Medical Caduceus, a symbol that represents the human soul, they are represented by the two serpents that goes out from each side of the base chakra, and intervening at each chakra going upwards, and unite at the 6th chakra.

The third main nadi, the sushumna, is the line the kundalini travels up the spine.

https://www.joyofsatan.org/dawn666black ... mbols.html
https://www.joyofsatan.org/www.angelfir ... d_Eye.html
https://www.joyofsatan.org/www.angelfir ... stril.html
https://www.joyofsatan.org/www.angelfir ... rpent.html
https://www.joyofsatan.org/www.angelfir ... ation.html


To be honest, I'm a little bit uncertain if they are represented by the "twin serpents" in the Medical Caduceus.
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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Stormblood » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:55 pm

himmler was a legend wrote:Im very sorry, im new to this forum and i didnt know where to post topics like that.
I will post them in the other subforum.


That is written under each subforum link. It's a mystery only known to those who are forum veterans. It's available to everyone who just reads. The same is also true for beginner questions like this. It only takes to use the search functions on this forum and to read our websites. All beginner questions are already answered, yet people somehow manage to think that they're the first having that question while others are too lazy to use the search function and just want us to serve them. If we charged $1/€1/£1 for each time we have to rehash things, we'd be rich by now.
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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Aquarius » Wed Dec 04, 2019 1:26 pm

Stormblood wrote:
himmler was a legend wrote:Im very sorry, im new to this forum and i didnt know where to post topics like that.
I will post them in the other subforum.


That is written under each subforum link. It's a mystery only known to those who are forum veterans. It's available to everyone who just reads. The same is also true for beginner questions like this. It only takes to use the search functions on this forum and to read our websites. All beginner questions are already answered, yet people somehow manage to think that they're the first having that question while others are too lazy to use the search function and just want us to serve them. If we charged $1/€1/£1 for each time we have to rehash things, we'd be rich by now.
Or they would search stuff and not pay :p
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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Shael » Mon Dec 09, 2019 12:48 pm

Ninja 666 wrote:To be honest, I'm a little bit uncertain if they are represented by the "twin serpents" in the Medical Caduceus.
According to the JoS, they indeed are. :)

The Medical Caduceus, symbol of Thoth, healing, modern medicine that has saved billions of lives. The Caduceus is symbolic of the Ida and the Pingala of the Kundalini Serpent which transforms us into Gods. This is the healing energy within every human being.
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Re: what does Ida and Pingala mean?

Postby Ninja 666 » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:29 pm

Shael wrote:
Ninja 666 wrote:To be honest, I'm a little bit uncertain if they are represented by the "twin serpents" in the Medical Caduceus.
According to the JoS, they indeed are. :)

The Medical Caduceus, symbol of Thoth, healing, modern medicine that has saved billions of lives. The Caduceus is symbolic of the Ida and the Pingala of the Kundalini Serpent which transforms us into Gods. This is the healing energy within every human being.
https://www.joyofsatan.org/www.angelfir ... rpent.html


Lol, I looked at the picture, but didn't read the text.

Thank you for clarifying, Shael! : )
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