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Ufology

General information about the subject of UFOs
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Phoenix Lights

Discussion of the Phoenix Lights of March 1997
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Religion

Religious themes found in Oracle of the Phoenix
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Kabbalah

Discussion of esoteric Jewish Mysticism
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Spirituality

Misc. Spiritual, New Age and Mythology Topics
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Is This Real?

Area to question validity of the sightings, interpretations and other problematic issues related to the book.
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Future Book Edits

Corrections of material in Oracle of the Phoenix
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  • Follow-up Oracle of the Phoenix with the study of the Zohar (Splendor) as offered by scholar Daniel Matt who authors the Pritzker edition translation. Sign-up for classes and listen to the archives by checking out the facebook group Zohar Zoom at https://www.facebook.com/groups/382202722521430/
  • Question 1 - Hi- I finished reading your book. I don’t really get the message behind it, especially the pictures at the end. Do you mind walking me through? Hi there, I'm flattered you read the book. The story is my own journey from seeing the UFOs to trying to make sense of them and the unusual experiences surrounding the sighting. The "message" is that God exists (assuming the animal images in the landscape are "real", that our concept of Messiah is changing from the Pisces idea of the only son of God being sacrificed to absolve our sins to an Aguarian idea of all people being "children of God" who can tap into the inner higher self to heal themselves, find guidance and knowledge that is needed to live a good life for themselves and others. The sighting I use as a marker for this shift in Messianic concepts by bringing in the old prophesies for fulfillment by showing that they were written with many layers of meaning - including what I call a hyperliteral interpretation. Example - when Isaiah says in 11:7 that there will be peace when the lion lies with the lamb and the wolf, etc. the pictures of these same animals are embedded in the earth images that I perceive - knowing full well others may not see them because they are not wired like me (or cross-wired as the case me be). So therefore this narrative must ultimately be reduced to my own "personal myth" which may or may not be embraced by others to create a more widely shared "collective myth". I've brought in controversial material that seeks to reframe Christianity as no longer a religion of sacrifice (Pisces) by using channeled material to show he did not die on the cross and to correlate his water based "miracles" to be sourced from the age of Pisces which will now give way to Aquarian mythology related to the qualities of that sign such as space, sky, brotherhood, etc. that will create a new myth which may or may not have a religious framework. The messages for the fundamentalist religions is that our theologies/civilizations split off so we can come back together - keeping our traditions but losing the idea of one religion being the best or only true representation of God's will. To that end, I show that the Christian concept of Jesus has been distorted, that the Jewish Messiah to come has already shown up in the guise of Cyrus (God's only anointed messiah in the Tanakh) and that his image as a king on a throne (we can project ourselves into the role of king) is one of the key images shown in the landscape within God's "Temple". I emphasize Cyrus because if you look at the Jewish bible called the Tanakh - the last book is Chronicles II. The last verse is "Thus said Cyrus king of Persia: Hashem, God of Heaven, has given to me all the kingdoms of the earth, and he has commanded me to build Him a Temple in Jerusalem, which is in Judah. Whoever is there a among you of His entire people -- May Hashem His God be with him, and let him go up!" Most people would read this as Cyrus saying this while the Jews were captive in Babylonia and refer to Cyrus' freeing them so they could build the second temple in Jerusalem. I read this as him talking about a New Jerusalem which correlates with the "Tabernacle" that holds the images I show - which by the way are the same images present in describing the Cherubim that guards the Ark of the Testament - and is present in Ezekiel's visions which also involve UFO types of imaging. These animals also represent the astrological fixed cross - Taurus (the Ox/Bull, Scorpio (The higher form of the Eagle), Leo (the Lion) and Aquarius (the human child). All of these images are better viewed on the home page of my website www.oracleofthephoenix.com They are labeled in a very light blue so it is easier to see them on the map. My recent work has been around digging further into why these images? What do they represent and why are they used? One hypothesis is that they represent our own inner alignment - making peace within ourselves. One idea is that the fixed cross correlates with our 5 senses: Sight, Touch, Taste, Smell and Hear. We could assign Sight to the Eagle, Touch to the Human, Taste to the Lion (Leo is all about taste:-) and Smell to the Ox/Bull as they are known for their nasal qualities and Hear to our new age in that Sound is made of waves and the Aquarian symbol shows the Human pouring the waters or Aether (as a fifth element) out of a jar into the waves with the starlit background. There is also a relationship in that Taurus represents the 1st sign of Earth, Eagle, 2nd sign of Water or Emotion, Leo 2nd sign of Fire representing Spirit and Aquarius the 3rd sign of Air - the mind. All these elements need to be aligned for inner peace to occur. They also correlate with 4 Worlds of Kabbalah - Aziluth - Fire/Spirit, Emanation, Briah - Air/Mental, Creation, Yetzirah - Water/Emotions, Formation and Assiyah - Earth, Senses, Action. There are references in The Book of Revelation that speak to the stars falling to the earth as well as other images that can be interpreted as being related to the images in the landscape - even the idea of Jesus coming from the clouds (our own vision of the area from the satellite) to reflect the new concept of Jesus (or the Christ Consciousness) being within us. In addition the Fixed signs themselves point to something being "fixed" in consciousness while the Cardinal signs are "initiatory" and the Cadent signs are "dissolving" so we have an alchemical process happening here (within and without) where the fixed signs act as a force of coalescence. To wrap up, given all of these dramatic shifts in religious sensibilities, I've introduced the Kabbalah and its Tree of Life symbol as a way to navigate an Institution lessening of the hold on the masses so that a roadmap can be used to construct new common sense ethics for a community that is grounded in a new understanding of "God's Presence" in our reality. This Presence opens the door to exploring our foundation concepts in just about everything beginning with Evolutionary theory and how it just doesn't work the way scientists commonly look at it. It also opens us up to a multi-dimensional physics that changes our orientation from a Cartesian scientism to a more balanced - wholistic perception of our realities. I close with the Book of Job to show that we have all been tested and "used" by "God" so he could better incarnate into us. Jung's Answer to Job would be a good follow-up to my book. See the forum on my Website for more ideas and information. I hope this helps. Steve
  • Asher Crispe teaches how Science (especially quantum theory) correlates with a Kabbalistic framework. https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/media_cdo/aid/912082/jewish/Unified-Field-Theory.htm