Unicorns, Serpents and Kunda-loony

Money, power, governments, the raising of families, paying of taxes, the endless chain of entrapment in circumstances and obligations—none of these were ever rejected as totally and unequivocally in human history as they were by the Gnostics. The Gnostics never hoped that any political or economic revolution could, or even should, do away with all the iniquitous elements within the system wherein the human soul is entrapped. Their rejection was not of one government or form of ownership in favor of another; rather it concerned the entire prevailing systematization of life and experience. Thus the Gnostics were, in fact, knowers of a secret so deadly and terrible that the rulers of this world—i.e., the powers, secular and religious, who always profited from the established systems of society—could not afford to have this secret known and, even less, to have it publicly proclaimed in their domain. Indeed the Gnostics knew something, and it was this: that human life does not fulfill its promise within the structures and establishments of society, for all of these are at best but shadowy projections of another and more fundamental reality. No one comes to his true selfhood by being what society wants him to be nor by doing what it wants him to do. Family, society, church, trade and profession, political and patriotic allegiances, as well as moral and ethical rules and commandments are, in reality, not in the least conducive to the true spiritual welfare of the human soul. On the contrary, they are more often than not the very shackles which keep us from our true spiritual destiny.  – Stephan A. Hoeller (The Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermons to the Dead)

The power of enlightenment



An awakening. The pineal gland (third eye opens) and there seems to be a force guiding you to do something. A higher self that has pointed you in a direction. A unicorn must symbolize a unified mind that has a goal for an evolution. Its magical.


The Bible mentions the unicorn several times.  For instance, the book of Numbers speaks of “the power of the unicorn” (Numbers 23:22 and 24:8).  In the book of Job, “Is the unicorn willing to serve you?  Will he spend the night at your crib?  Can you bind him in the furrow with ropes or will he harrow the valleys after you?” (Job 39:9-10).  And in Psalm 29: “The voice of the Lord shakes Lebanon and Sirion like a young unicorn.  The voice of the Lord flashes forth flames of fire.”  These quotations show that the unicorn is the symbol of a high spiritual ideal, of a one-pointed, “unicorn-like” directedness.



In the transfiguristic philosophy, the serpent is featured in two main symbols; firstly as something most holy and absolutely divine; secondly as something most despicable and unholy. We see the serpent as the symbol of the Holy Spirit and we see it as the hissing reptile spreading bane and venom. We discover that the serpent is described as the devil and we notice that the golden serpent is worn on the head by priests as an ornament signifying spiritual attainment. These two very much opposed evaluations of the serpent have caused great confusion and discord among those who have not understood. Man has repeatedly lapsed into idolatry and will continue to do so whenever, urged by religious instincts, he is no longer able to apprehend the objectives of the pure Gnosis.

And the LORD said unto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole: and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live. Numbers 21:8

21:8, those numbers again! 2s and 5s and 8s. Its always 8:15 or 8:21, or any combination of them. S’s on infinity.

And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: That whosoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life. John 3:14-15

eternal life.

3.14 is pi

3:15 is ISISIS

Speaking of serpents on a pole and kundalini, there was kundaluny on christmas, as there was a full moon. It was raining here in Tennessee, so thankfully I saw pictures.


We are standing at the beginning of a new era.  The period before us is generally called the Aquarius era, because the vernal equinox has entered the sign of Aquarius.  Herewith a new chapter in the development of the earth and of humanity begins, because the influence of the beginning of the Aquarius era is making itself felt ever more strongly, as a result of which the world and mankind will experience radical changes.

Hermes: But what is the wisdom of God?

Pymander: It is goodness, beauty, bliss, all virtue and eternity.


We react to the solar system by means of vibrations. Vibration is the movement of the atoms which make up our bodily systems and keep them together. Any increase or decrease in the rate of vibration of the atoms will change the nature and characteristics of the form manifested.


I went out of myself into an immortal body.  So I am now no longer the one I was before, but have been begotten of the Spirit. (Corpus Hermeticum)

 Man’s needs are spiritual, psychic, and material; the problem with a materialistic world is that it attempts to satisfy all needs by offering more and more of the same thing. It is no use offering more and more food to someone with a raging thirst; likewise offering more and more material possessions to someone with spiritual longing will not satisfy that longing. – The Mystical Way and the Arthurian Quest (Llanerch, 1986) by Derek Bryce

The Spirit stands above and beyond nature. The Spirit comprises the great plan which is the driving force behind every manifestation.


The highest knowledge is to acknowledge that we know nothing.

This not-knowing makes us tranquil and devout.

In letters we may know more than illiterates,

But as to the profound mystery of life and death,

we know not one jot more.


14 thoughts on “Unicorns, Serpents and Kunda-loony”

    1. If you tell someone what the program IS, then you aren’t the fool.
      And its time to get out of the time loop. And if you’re directed, then you aren’t doing what you want.
      Those are all true, some not paradox.

  1. I’m watching on CNN, the Mississippi River is flooding “historically”. The Mississippi is to US, as deNile is to Egypt. 🙂
    There are some Rivers you don’t want to cross.

  2. We’re coming to the edge
    Running on the water
    Coming through the fog
    You’re sons and daughters
    Let the river run…

      1. Hi MJ – Hope you’re well. I think everyone gets a wake up call, in their teens or twenties. When they realize stuff is not the way they’ve been told or something just doesn’t feel right. Most people hit the snooze button and go back to sleep and do what they have to do to fit in and get through.

        I didn’t and I made it personal with whatever higher power was out there. It went something like, “I’m not being told the truth and I just want the truth. If you think I can handle it, tell me”. It was from that point that books, people, information began opening up. Now I see it all around me and a lot of that is because the veil is lifting for everyone, but even when it seems so obvious, it’s still surprising. 🙂

  3. MJ! Happy New 20sexteen…

    Thank you for all the brilliant love and support you’ve shot my way this past year.

    New Year’s Resolution: as I carelessly didn’t make one at the start of 2015, I’m making one in hindsight (and who exactly says I can’t fucking do that..? Exactly.)

    So I’ve decided that my resolution for 2015 (cos that’s the year it’s always been)… …Dunno. Have a Song, darling… *gestures extravagantly*

    Witch kina implies I can start hit the new year running… 😉

    Fuck off, Clicky! I’m not a cheetah *rolls eyes* … I’ve just understand 137 is… Kobayashi Maroon! LOL! Suck on that fish face!

    MJ. You and Charlie, have a good one. CYL, Oh Vision of Lovliness *blows kiss*

    1. Roob! Thank you! And happy 20sexteen to you!
      Thank YOU for all the love and support and you are fantastic and super!
      Your comment makes me think of this

      “May the New Year bring you courage to break your resolutions early! My own plan is to swear off every kind of virtue, so that I triumph even when I fall!” -Aleister Crowley

  4. pffffffftttttttt~!!! I have nothing to add nor detract nor….man…I ate too many eggs for breakfast.

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