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Concerning Mojave Desert - Abramelin Record

Postby milkBoxx » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:36 pm

I was curious. Did you sense the Mojave desert environment was a "vault" as you described it
or was it something else you had learned before about the context and symbolism of the "desert"?
When you say "vault" do you mean isolation in of itself or were you referring to the Vault of the Adepti?
Both in sense, is what I read it as, but I could be wrong.

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Re: Concerning Mojave Desert - Abramelin Record

Postby Jim Eshelman » Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:26 pm

milkBoxx wrote:Did you sense the Mojave desert environment was a "vault" as you described it
or was it something else you had learned before about the context and symbolism of the "desert"?
When you say "vault" do you mean isolation in of itself or were you referring to the Vault of the Adepti?
Both in sense, is what I read it as, but I could be wrong.

My temple had been consecrated as a Vault of the Adepti. My recollection is that when I was on Pisgah in the Mojave, there were pieces that resembled what next happened in the classic formula while in the vault. The desert had the sense of "withdrawal" and isolation that the formula called for, and had symbols consistent with classic formulae, though I'm not sure I experienced it as a vault per se. (I'm going from memory - haven't reread the record to answer this.)

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