mardi 31 octobre 2017

Un pilote ayant un accident, un homme qui brûle vif est un symbole de Jésus, en langue des oiseaux

Image baptisée 'Jesus crash', dans google image.

Jésus est souvent symbolisé en littérature par un pilote ayant un accident d'avion, de bateau ou de voiture. 

Piotr Szut, pilote d'avion

C'est par exemple le pilote d'avion Piotr Szut qui tombe dans la mer. Le bandeau sur l'oeil droit est un symbole caractéristique de Jahvé.

Pour les musulmans gnostiques, "l'Antéchrist", c'est-à-dire de leur point de vue le vrai Dieu, Jahvé, est borgne de l'oeil droit. 

Szut, peut avoir une étymologie blasphématoire en langue des oiseaux si l'on considère que c'est le S (lettre Shin) symbolisant Jahvé en kabbale et ZUT, signifiant Jahvé en tant que comparé à un excrément. (Zut = merde. Voir cnrlt). 

Pierre (Piotr) symbolise Jésus en tant que "pierre, caillou" symbole kabbaliste très célèbre de Jésus-hostie, en alchimie. 

La bouée qui crève est le même symbole que le pneu qui crève, que nous avons déjà étudié. C'est Jésus, agressé dans le culte des messes sacrilèges. C'est Capitaine Haddock, symbolisant Jahvé, qui crève la bouée car Dieu le Père est représenté souvent comme une brute envers son Fils. (Sur Tintin, voir l'article sur Tintin et la franc-maçonnerie et lire le livre Hergé au pays des tarots.)

Le piranha (poisson féroce) symbolise Jésus. 
Le nom Szut, symbolisant Jahvé, sert de marque pour plusieurs entreprises.

Steve Warson, pilote automobile

Steve est l'ami de Michel Vaillant qui symbolise Lucifer-Isis-Satan, le faux Saint Michel, je crois (à vérifier, pour Michel). Ce qui est certain, c'est que Steve est un prénom symbolisant Jésus : il y a plus de 100 profils facebook associant le prénom Steve et le prénom Jésus. Steve Warson (War-son, fils du dieu Mars, dieu de la guerre, symbolisant Jahvé) a souvent des accidents et est attiré par les femmes (allusion au culte gnostique sacrilège dans lequel Jésus est uni à Isis (voie humide alchimique) ou à une femme (messe noire, probablement la voie sèche alchimique). Steve est brutal. Le mot K.O, sur la couverture de ce livre, est un jeu de mots avec le chaos, le dieu Chaos, dont nous avons vu qu'il symbolisait Jahvé en langue des oiseaux.

 Il existe quelques images ou vidéos explicites sur le thème de Jésus qui a un accident :

- Lien vers vidéo blasphématoire, nommée "Jesus crash". Jésus apparaît en train de chanter et de danser de façon ridicule, en pagne dans la rue, puis il se fait écraser par une voiture.

Lors des accidents, le pilote brûle vif, très souvent. C'est une allusion à l'athanor alchimique dans lequel Jésus brûle. 

Lien vers chanson blasphématoire nommée Jesus burns, dans laquelle il est dit que Jésus a beaucoup de femmes (allusion aux messes noires et aux messes kabbalistes).

[Erratum le 5/11/2017 : j'ai écrit : "Mais en fait, le corps de Jésus hostie est lui-même l'athanor, en alchimie."
Mais je crois, après avoir lu Guénon, qu'il s'agit peut-être, non de Jésus, mais du sang isiaque, dans l'oeuvre au rouge, après que l'hostie a fondu en lui. Je dois faire encore une recherche et je ferai bientôt un article sur l'athanor.]

Voici ce que dit ce forum alchimique, en langue des oiseaux :

"The Human Body as Athanor"

There has been discussion of this topic, but I feel it is sparse and scattered and often hinted at without further development. So my wish is that we can have a pretty thorough exploration of the human body as the ideal alchemical vessel. Obviously, I hope, this is not meant to exclude or deny practical laboratory alchemy as with retorts, minerals and such. If you know me, you know I consider both as viable paths and see no reason to pit them against each other. 

"In alchemy, an athanor is a furnace used to provide heat for alchemical digestion. An athanor is a self-feeding furnace, designed to maintain a uniform temperature.

The athanor was also called Piger Henricus ("Slow Harry"), because it was chiefly used in slower operations, and because when once filled with coals, it keeps burning a long time. For this reason the Greeks referred to it as "giving no trouble", as it did not need to be continually attended. It was also called the Philosophical furnace, Furnace of Arcana, or popularly, the Tower furnace."

From Paul Foster Case:
"Dissolution is said to be the whole mystery of alchemy,
because Hermetic practice enables us to control those
functions of our bodies which dissolve, or break down
into their constituent elements, the forms of materials
taken from our environment. The laboratory of the
alchemist is his own personality. The secret vessels
therein are organs in his own physical body, together
with their astral and etheric counterparts.
The principal piece of alchemical apparatus is a furnace,
called an "athanor." Eliphas Levi says: "We are all in
possession of the chemical instrument, the great and
sole athanor which answers for the separation of the
subtle from the gross and the fixed from the volatile.
This instrument, complete as the world and precise as
mathematics, is represented by the sages under the
emblem of the pentagram, or five-pointed star, which is
the absolute sign of human intelligence. I will follow
the example of the wise by forbearing to name it; it is
too easy to guess it."
Today there is no need for even the slight concealment
which seemed advisable when Levi wrote. The athanor
is the human organism. Its name, like many other
alchemical terms, is derived from Hebrew. In that
language it is Ath-Ha-Nour, which means "Essence of
Fire." Thus Bernard of Trevisan is correct when he says
that the Great Work is not performed by means of fire,
and so are the other sages who insist that the fire
employed by them is "no common fire." It is the essence
of fire, manifested as the human organism, which
provides us with the instrument for the Great Work.
Hence the athanor is defined as a "self-feeding,
digesting hrnace, in which an equable heat is
maintained." Is not this a fairly good description of the
human body?"

We are all familiar with the correspondence between the seven planets, metals and the interior stars or seals (I call them 'seals' to differentiate from chakras which occur at any crossing of energy lines). These also correspond to seven plexus or ganglion, and seven ductless glands.

Case mentions another interesting item:
"The cryptic portion of Kelly's writing, however, begins
with the phrase, "in the bowels of the earth it lies ready
to our hands." Kelly was a clever Qabalist and a first rate
astrologer. He knew why alchemists call their First
Matter Lac Virginis, or Virgin's Milk. He understood
their reason for describing it as an unctuous, or oily,
water. He accepted their doctrine that man is a
microcosm. So he had no difficulty in compressing the
essence of the alchemical doctrine into a phrase.
Understand by "earth" the microcosm, man, and you
will easily solve the puzzle. "The bowels of the earth"
are the human intestinal tract, ruled by the earthy sign
Virgo, the Virgin. The Virgin's Milk, the oily water
which will not wet the hand, is actually chyle, the
product of stomach digestion, which enters the
intestines (the Black Dragon of alchemy) in the form of
a milky, fatty fluid, from which the lacteals in the small
intestine absorb the various substances required for the
replenishment of the blood-stream.
Basically, those substances are organic forms of various
minerals. Thus Kelly is essentially correct when he says
that the First Matter is derived from the metals
themselves, and when he insists that it is a living
substance. He shows himself an ingenious Qabalist by
declaring that in the bowels of the earth the First Matter
is "ready to our hands." For in Qabalah the sign Virgo is
attributed to the letter Yod, and the significance of the
letter-name IVD, Yod, is "hand." We shall see that
another of our alchemical authors also refers to the
letter Yod in connection with the First Matter."

I cannot say that I agree that chyle is the alchemists first matter. There are plenty of ways that this does not fit the description, but it's interesting to look at the ways that it does.
Chyle is nearly identical (etymologically) with the old Philosophers' idea of first matter or proto-matter, called hyle in greek. I think the etymological relation between laboratory and lavatory is also interesting.
We've discussed alot about urine here, but how about the contents of the bowels, the earth?

From Case:
"Yet here again we must guard ourselves against the unwarranted
assumption that we have grasped the whole
mystery when we have identified chyle as the form of
the First Matter which is used in the alchemical process.
Some readers of these pages, indeed, may doubt that
anything so ordinary can possibly be the precious
substance of the alchemists. Let them remember that
Thomas Vaughan says that he knows most persons
would regard the truth as laughable; and let them recall
the story of Paracelsus, who promised to show the
faculty of a university the Elixir of Life, and
scandalized them all by uncovering a jar filled with
excrement. Most of his contemporaries believed that he
was guilty of a gross practical joke. The essence of the
joke was that he actually kept his promise. For when the
alchemical process is understood and carried out, the
adept is able to extract from the chyle a great number of
essences which are of inestimable value. These are
wasted by the average human being because he does not
know how to extract them. By gaining conscious
control of the process of intestinal digestion and
assimilation, the adepts in alchemy are enabled to fill
their veins with the veritable elixir of life, the priceless
liquid "gold" (solar energy) that not only maintains the
vital functions indefinitely, but also makes possible the
preparation of the true Stone of the Wise.
We repeat, nevertheless, that although what we have
explained is a revelation of the alchemical mystery
more definite than any other which has been given in
the plain language of modern times, it is by no means
the discovery of the First Matter. The quotation from
Waite's glossary to Paracelsus (consisting largely of
unacknowledged borrowings from Thomas Vaughan)
makes this evident. Yet you will notice that even here
there is mentioned the production of the Virgin's Milk,
followed by that of blood - the same sequence that
occurs in the body when chyle is taken up by the

"Chyle is a milky bodily fluid consisting of lymph and emulsified fats, or free fatty acids (FFAs). It is formed in the small intestine during digestion of fatty foods, and taken up by lymph vessels specifically known as lacteals. The relative low pressure of the lacteals allows large fatty acid molecules to diffuse into them, whereas the higher pressure in veins allows only smaller products of digestion, like amino acids and sugars, to diffuse into the blood directly."

From another source:
"Chyle is an alkaline, milky, odorless fluid that provides about 200 kcal/liter."

It has it's own internal fire - 200 kcal/liter. It's a milk called Hyle! Just coincidences?
And who would have thought - lacteals in the intestines/serpent/dragon. 

Well, that's a start. There's so much more. Please contribute what you will.


Last edited by solomon levi; 06-13-2010 at 09:46 PM."