April 2 (TETH, Lust, Leo) Liber Stellae Rubeae

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April 2 (TETH, Lust, Leo) Liber Stellae Rubeae

Postby Anael Lucis » Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:07 am

Liber Stellae Rubeae
"As long as space endures, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain to dispel the miseries of the world." - Arya Shantideva, Bodhicaryāvatāra
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Re: April 2 (TETH, Lust, Leo) Liber Stellae Rubeae

Postby Anael Lucis » Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:09 am

Tarot Meditation - Lust

The lion standing on the top of the hill, its head made of multiple heads, roaring viciously. There is a sun over the horizon revealing the lion in his glory. Each thread of his hair is made of gold. The great serpent passes through the sky and swallows the sun. All gets dark but the lion still emits the solar light from his golden fur. The big snake coils 3.5 times around itself and enters deep sleep in the midst of the sky. There is a red-haired woman with long hair, naked and strong, muscular and with copper skin. She stands by the lion and her face is veiled – it looks as if she has no face indicating that she can have any face by being manifest in any woman of the earth. She pierces the snake with the spear and it bleeds into her cup. She drinks this blood becoming the red Dakini – Vajrayogini with full breasts, red skin, necklace of skulls, decorated with precious stones indicative of her virtues and qualities, her wisdom and strength, her sexual power and appetite for human blood which boils with desire. She mounts the lion – the beast of pure instinct and she pulls his reigns governing him to bid her Will and exalted purpose. He is but a vehicle, transporting her to her destinations.
The snake springs from its coil and arches in the sky, its body turning into a rainbow from the solar light that is captured within. Vajrayogini the great Goddess is manifest as the Scarlet Woman. She holds the mirror to herself seeing the light of the sun on her face, and the fire of the sun burning in her eyes, the heat of passion streaming through her veins. And the mirror becomes but a drop of water in her hand, a pearl of moon. She is the Queen of Bliss, the mistress of the left and the right channel, and of the central channel. She mastered the sun and the moon of her own body and controls the sun and the moon of the illusory world. She is the exalted mother of the Scarlet Woman. Her long black hair is the archetypal darkness and the deep waters of Binah containing fears of all men. And as she dissolves into the vast space her lower manifestation the Scarlet Woman remains on earth to perform her official duty among the men, employing and possessing women with her passion to bid her work of wicked joy and grant the freedom of body and mind into hearts of men and women of the earth.
"As long as space endures, as long as sentient beings remain, until then, may I too remain to dispel the miseries of the world." - Arya Shantideva, Bodhicaryāvatāra
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Re: April 2 (TETH, Lust, Leo) Liber Stellae Rubeae

Postby Starry Soul » Thu Apr 02, 2015 2:37 pm

Some beautiful passages in this one. I also like how it is described to have been given unto V.V.V.V.V. for use in a "certain matter of Liber Legis."
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