By D.J. Conway
The aim of any altar, says D. J. Conway, is to represent what we wish to allure into our lives. In a bit ebook of Altar Magic, she exhibits how, with out figuring out they're doing so, individuals are always construction altars round them, and she or he encourages readers to make altars consciously, utilizing them to create a sacred house in the house. The very act of constructing an altar teaches the builder to hear the unconscious and turn into receptive to the sacred in existence, Conway indicates. She explains the method merely: making plans the undertaking, acknowledging the sentiments at the back of the choice, and doing the particular construction. The ebook courses the reader to what goods to appear for in furnishing an altar, giving info gleaned from historic and sleek ways at the use of colours, the weather, gadgets, and emblems.
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Sunset and sunrise were halfway round the circle, horizontally and perpendicularly, at the level called the summit of the mount. Now there is a scene at sunset described in the Ritual (ch. 108). Ra and the reptile of darkness watch each other, Ra from his ark, the monster from the mount. The depth of water underneath the solar bark at this, the level of sunset, is said to be seven cubits in its liquid part. This also serves to measure the lower half of the circle by seven cubits, or measures, downward and seven upward to the level of the mount, or the horizon.
As Iamblichus says of the Chaldeans, “they not only preserved the memorials of seven-and-twenty myriads of years, as Hipparchus tells us they have, but likewise of the whole Apocatastes and periods of the seven rulers of the world” (Nat. , vol. II, p. 321). It certainly was so with the Egyptians. These rulers were the seven born of the Great Mother as the seven powers of earth.
In the pictures of the planisphere, which still remain on the celestial globe, it may be seen that the figurehead of the vessel is a ram. This was the type of the ram-headed Num, lord of the inundation, and Num was the later form of Nnu, the god of the celestial water, who was the builder of the ark for Ra. By day the solar orb was carried on the ark of Nnu, and by night the gods and glorified were seen in Argo-Navis on its voyage, as the “collector of souls” sailed upward for the circumpolar paradise along the river of the Milky Way.
A Little Book of Altar Magic by D.J. Conway