The True Ancient Secret to the Reconciliation of Opposition in the Occult and Esoteric symbols and the binding of our hands together in sacred union with each other in the blood covenant of the Hand Shake

 

 

Hexagram 45.1 I ching

 

Line 1 Seeking union with confusion and indecision = without sincerity to the end and alone. Regret not, offer the hand again and re-establish joy. Changes to (17) Following. Initially there can be confusion which can create difficulties in achieving union. Yet by offering a handshake and moving deeper in understanding the situation leads to joy. Following is a message about making your intentions clear so that others can follow. In order to re-establish union, you may need to reach out your hand.

 

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Agree to help each other carry the burden of contempt.

 

 

 

 

BEAR THE BURDEN OF THE BEAST BY BEING THE ASS YOU CAN SAVE A SCAPEGOAT

pagan (n.) Look up pagan at Dictionary.comlate 14c., from Late Latin paganus “pagan,” in classical Latin “villager, rustic; civilian, non-combatant” noun use of adjective meaning “of the country, of a village,” from pagus “country people; province, rural district,” originally “district limited by markers,” thus related to pangere “to fix, fasten,” from PIE root *pag- “to fasten.” As an adjective from early 15c.

*pag- Look up *pag- at Dictionary.comalso *pak-, Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to fasten.”

It is the hypothetical source of Sanskrit pasa- “cord, rope,” pajra- “solid, firm;” Avestan pas- “to fetter;” Greek pegnynai “to fix, make firm, fast or solid,” pagos “pinnacle, cliff, rocky hill;” Latin pangere “to fix, to fasten,” pagina “column,” pagus “district;” Slavonic paž “wooden partition;” Old English fegan“to join,” fon “to catch seize.”

 

 

lovers

The Lovers from White Witch Tarot

 

 

 

AN ADVOCATION OF THE WORTH OF A HUMAN SOUL REGARDLESS OF POPULAR OPINON IS THE ANTIDOTE TO CONTEMPT AND HUBRIS

 

 

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