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Fatal Guillotine
12-19-2010, 05:35 PM
The Seven Principles of Maat - Universal Principles

I. The Principle of Psychokinesis"MIND is, thought; the universe is a mental creation. This first great Principle embodies the idea that "All is Mind." It explains that (which is the substantial essence underlying all the outward manifestations and appearances which you know under the terms of "the material universe," "the phenomena of life," "matter," "energy," "space-time," "distance," "speed," "relativity," and, in short, all that is apparent to your material senses) is SPIRIT. This SPIRIT may be considered and thought of as A UNIVERSAL, INFINITE, LIVING MIND.

This living MIND performs gastrulation, which is a turning of itself inside out, manifesting its esoteric NATURE outwardly. Therefore, all the phenomenal worlds and universes are simply a mental creation of (MIND), subject to the laws of created things, and the universes, as a whole and in their parts or units, have their existence in the Mind. It is in this Mind that we "live and move and have our being." This SUBJECTIVE OBSERVATION of CREATION is the Principle which establishes the mental nature of the universes and easily explains all of the varied mental and psychic phenomena. Without such explanation these phenomena are not understandable and defy scientific inspection. An understanding of this first great Principle of Psychokinesis empowers the individual to comprehend the laws of the mental universe, and to apply the same to his or her well being and RHYTHMED advancement. The serious student is empowered to apply intelligently the great mental laws, instead of using them in a haphazard manner. With the Master Key in his or her possession, the student may unlock the many doors of the mental and psychic sanctuaries of knowledge and enter the same freely and intelligently. This Principle explains the NATURE of matter, energy, space-time, and why and how all these are subordinate to the mastery of mind. Those who understand the knowledge of the mental nature of the universe are well advanced on the path to mastery. Without this master key, mastery is impossible, and the student knocks in vain at the many doors of Creation.
The lack of knowledge of this principle is why modern man thinks that the Pyramids were built by aliens. This knowledge can't be acquired or developed by going to church or reading old desert based religious books full of religiosity and denominational benightedness.

II. The Principle of Correspondence"As above, so below; as below, so above." This Principle embodies the idea that there is always a correspondence or correlation between the laws and phenomena of the various levels of being and life. This aphorism, "As above, so below; as below, so above," gives one the means of solving many a mysterious paradox and hidden secrets of nature. There are levels beyond your knowing, but when you apply the Principle of Correspondence to them you are able to understand much that would otherwise be unknowable to you. This Principle exists at the various levels of the material, mental, and spiritual universes and is of universal application. This Principle has been considered to be one of the most important mental instruments by which humankind is able to set aside the obstacles which hide the unknown from view. Its use can even remove the "Veil of Isis" (death) so that one can catch a glimpse of the other side. Just as a knowledge of the principles of geometry empowers the astronomer to measure distant suns and their movements while seated in an observatory, a knowledge of the Principle of Correspondence empowers you to reason intelligently from the known to the unknown. All the Principles have an interrelationship with Correspondence. Correspondence draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION. Studying the monad, one is studying the universe.

III. The Principle of Vibration"Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates." This Principle embodies the idea that everything is in motion; everything vibrates; nothing is at rest; facts which science endorses and which each new scientific discovery tends to verify. Yet this Principle was enunciated thousands of years ago by masters of old. This Principle explains that the differences between various manifestations of matter, energy, space-time, mind, and even spirit result largely from varying rates of vibration. From CREATION'S copulation which is pure spirit, down to the grossest form of matter, all is in vibration. From the "in and out of bond infinite times in a finite moment" (CREATION'S copulation), to the expansion and collapse of a universe, the rate of vibration is observed as states of "proper" time. The higher the vibration, the higher the position in the scale. The vibration of spirit is at such an infinite rate of intensity and rapidity that it is seemingly at rest -- just as a rapidly turning wheel seems to be motionless. At the other end of the scale, there are gross forms of matter whose vibrations are so low as to seem at rest. Between these two opposing points, there are billions upon billions of varying degrees of vibration. From quark, squark, lepton, slepton, electron, atom, and molecule, to planets and universes, everything is in vibratory motion. This is also true in the fields of energy and force (which are but varying degrees of vibration); and also at the mental levels (whose states depend upon vibrations); and even at the spiritual levels. All the Principles have an interrelationship with Vibration. Vibration draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION. An understanding of the Principle, with the appropriate application, empowers the student to control their own mental vibrations as well as those of others. The masters also apply this Principle to the conquering of natural phenomena in various ways. "Those who understand the Principle of Vibration have taken hold of the scepter of power."

IV. The Principle of Opposition"Everything is dual; everything has an opposing point; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes bond; all truths are but partial truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled."
This Principle embodies the idea that everything is dual; everything has two opposing sides; everything has its pair of opposites, of which all are ancient aphorisms. It explains the paradoxes that have perplexed so many and have been stated as follows: "Thesis and antithesis are identical in nature, but different in degree"; "opposites are the same, differing only in degree"; "the pairs of opposites may be reconciled"; "in and out of bond NOTHING and POSSIBILITY meet"; "extremes bond"; "everything is and is not at the same time"; "every truth is partially false"; "all truths are a paradox"; "there are at least two sides to every story," etc. It explains that in everything there are two opposing points or opposite aspects (complementarity), and that opposites are really only the two extremes of the same event, with many varying degrees between them. To illustrate, "hot and cold," although opposites, are really the same phenomenon, the differences consisting merely of degrees of the same "event." Look at your thermometer and see if you can discover where hot terminates and cold begins! In actuality, there is no such thing as absolute hot or absolute cold -- the two terms "hot" and "cold" simply indicate varying degrees of the same event, and that same event which manifests as hot and cold is merely a form, variety, and rate of vibration. So "hot" and "cold" are simply the two opposing points of that which you call "temperature" -- and the phenomena attendant thereupon are manifestations of the Principle of Opposition. The same Principle is involved in the case of "light and darkness," which are the same event, the difference consisting of varying degrees between the two opposing points of the phenomenon. Where does darkness leave off and light begin? What is the difference between "large and small," "hard and soft," "black and white," "sharp and dull," "noise and quiet," "high and low," "positive and negative?" The Principle of Opposition explains these paradoxes.
The same Principle operates on the spiritual and mental levels. Take an example from the mental level -- that of "love and hate" -- two mental states apparently totally different. Yet there are degrees of hate and degrees of love, and a middle point in which you use the terms "like or dislike," which shade into each other so gradually that sometimes you are at a loss to know whether you like or dislike or neither. All are simply degrees of the same event as you will find if you will but feel it for a moment. More than this (and considered of more importance by the students), it is possible to change the vibrations of hate to the vibrations of love in one's own mind and in the minds of others. Many of you who read these lines have had personal experiences of the involuntary rapid transition from love to hate, and the reverse, in your own case and that of others. You will therefore realize the possibility of this being accomplished by the use of the Will, by means of knowing the Will. "Good and evil" are but opposing points of the same event, and the student understands the art of altering evil into good by means of an application of the Principle of Opposition.
In short, the Art of Immersion becomes a phase of Psychokinesis known and practiced by the ancient and modern masters. All the Principles have an interrelationship with Opposition. Opposition draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION -- the Big Bang if you will. An understanding of the Principles will empower one to change their own vibration as well as that of others, if they will devote the time and study necessary to master the art.

V. The Principle of Rhythm"Everything flows out and in; everything has its season; all things rise and fall; the pendulum swing expresses itself in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates." -- 16 This Principle embodies the idea that in everything there exists a measured motion to and fro; an outflow and inflow; a swing backward and forward; a pendulum like movement; a tide like ebb and flow; a high tide and a low tide. All things "come in and out of bond" between the two opposing points which exist in accordance with the Principle of Opposition described previously. There is always an action and a reaction; an advance and a retreat; a rising and a sinking. This is in the affairs of the universe, suns, worlds, humankind, animals, mind, energy, and matter. This law is established in the creation and destruction of worlds; in the rise and fall of nations; and finally in the mental states of humans. The students that realize this Principle find its universal application and discover the means to overcome its effect upon themselves. They apply the mental Law of Neutralization. They cannot annul the Principle or cause it to cease its operation. They do not escape the effect the Principle will have on them at one level, but they have learned how to escape its effects upon themselves to a certain degree. They have learned how to USE it, instead of being USED BY it. In this and similar methods consist the art of the masters. The masters immerse themselves at the point at which they desire to rest, and then neutralize the rhythmic swing of the pendulum which wants to carry them to the opposite point. All individuals who have attained any degree of self mastery do this naturally, more or less unconsciously, but the masters do this consciously by the use of their Will. They attain a degree of poise and mental firmness beyond belief of the masses who are swung backward and forward on the pendulum of Opposition. All the Principles have an interrelationship with Rhythm. Rhythm draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION. This principle and that of Opposition have been closely studied by the masters, and the method of counteracting, neutralizing, and USING them forms an important part of Psychokinesis

VI. The Principle of Cause and Effect"Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause; everything happens according to Law; Chance is just a name for Law not recognized; there are many fields of causation, but nothing escapes the Law of Destiny
This principle embodies the idea that there is a cause for every effect; and an effect from every cause. It explains that "everything happens according to law"; that nothing ever "merely happens"; that there is no such thing as chance; that while there are various fields of cause and effect, the higher dominating the lower fields, still nothing ever entirely escapes the Law (destiny). The masters understand the art and method of rising above the ordinary field of cause and effect, and by mentally rising to a higher field they become causers instead of effects. The masses of people are carried along obedient to environment, the wills and desires of others stronger than themselves, heredity, suggestion, and other outward causes moving them about like pawns on the chessboard of life. But the masters, rising to the field above, dominate their moods, character, qualities, and powers as well as the environment surrounding them, and become movers instead of pawns. They help to PLAY THE GAME OF LIFE, instead of being played and moved about by the environment. They USE the Principles instead of being used. The masters obey the causation of the higher fields, but they help to RULE on their own level.
All the Principles have an interrelationship with Cause and Effect. Cause "comes in and out of bond" with Effect; all EVENTS are between the cause and effect. Cause and Effect draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION. In this statement there is condensed a wealth of knowledge.

VII. The Principle of Gender"Gender is in everything; everything has its masculine and feminine principles; Gender manifests on all levels." This Principle embodies the idea that there is GENDER expressed in everything -- the masculine and feminine principles ever at work. The NATURE of the copulation of CREATION displays in this principle. This is a fact not only of the physical level, but of the mental and even the spiritual levels. On the physical levels the Principle presents itself as SEX; on the higher levels it takes higher forms, but the Principle is ever the same. No creation, physical, mental, or spiritual, is possible without this Principle. An understanding of its laws will throw light on many a subject that has perplexed the minds of humans.

The Principle of Gender works ever in the direction of generation, re- generation, and creation. Everything and every person contains the two elements or aspects of this great Principle within it, him, or her. Every male thing has the female element as well; every female contains also the male principle. If you are to understand the philosophy of mental and spiritual creation, generation, and re-generation, you must understand and study this Principle. All the Principles have an inter- relationship with Gender. As the NOTHING "comes in" and the POSSIBILITY "out of bond," Gender is created. Gender draws its NATURE from the copulation of CREATION. It contains the solution to many mysteries of life.

Uncle Steezo
12-19-2010, 05:48 PM
good post.
read the metu?

12-19-2010, 09:54 PM
the kybalion.

Fatal Guillotine
12-20-2010, 02:43 PM
to answer your question Style

i use to here about the the teachings of Kemet, but a female with the NGE introduced it to me thru exchange and she actually was dispersing the wrong info to said subject....if it wasnt for me researching with a source i'd be confused....she kind of got an attitude when i corrected her mistake, my dude so it kind of came off as arrogant (speaking of her).

as far as the metu i've read it in the past and currently i trying to find the connection between the Kemet/KMT TOL and the one of the Kabbalah.

12-20-2010, 03:02 PM
It's just sophistry.

Face of the Golden Falcon
12-20-2010, 09:05 PM
@ Fatal

...What sort of connection are you looking for?

Uncle Steezo
12-21-2010, 05:04 AM
It's just sophistry.
the fact that you said this tells me 3 things...
1. you dont know what sophistry is.
2. you don't understand Ma'at.
3. you haven't graspd the concept of causality, specifically when it comes to history and cultural influence. (greeks lerned from khemet so how can kmt teachings be reduced to a greek philosophy?)

kabbalah is damn near a direct bite off of the TOL.

Fatal Guillotine
12-21-2010, 01:12 PM
@Face just the connection with the kabblah and the kemetic tree of life. and how it is connected. from maat to ausar to heru. i know there's one seems like the jewish has connections with the egyptian way of life. im new to this so im still learning

12-21-2010, 01:39 PM
i guess this is describing the energy of GOD and equivalent beings. To be honest the fact that it is written down here shows it is not all that. For a noob this is good reading, however.

Fatal Guillotine
06-26-2011, 12:50 PM
the fact that you said this tells me 3 things...
1. you dont know what sophistry is.
2. you don't understand Ma'at.
3. you haven't graspd the concept of causality, specifically when it comes to history and cultural influence. (greeks lerned from khemet so how can kmt teachings be reduced to a greek philosophy?)

kabbalah is damn near a direct bite off of the TOL.

just about