Godforms and incarnated gods what is bullshit and what is useful in self evolution.
In response to my previous post here
here which I received both intelligent and reasonable questions from intelligent reasonable people as well as the ravings and condemnations of lunatics. I will address both.
Theres a difference between people who recognize a godform and people who role play.
Some people misunderstand and then become grandiose larpers missing the whole point of it all.
And some people are just flat out roleplayers.
And it discredits the whole concept of alignment with the aspect of the universe that is a persons godform.
Imagine if you will a tuning fork. Now as one tuning fork is struck it vibrates at a frequency. If you take a second tuning fork and place it next to the one vibrating it will also vibrate at that same frequency.
The universal aspect is not the initial tuning fork that was struck but the frequency its self
The collective consciousness is a harmony of vibrations a symphony of sounds and each universal aspect that has an archetype and attributes within that is like a musical instrument participating in the orchestra.
An entire universal aspect can’t be contained in a single human body. It would be tye equivalent of the entire output of a nuclear power plant in a single 60w lightbulb it would burn really bright for about a fraction of a second before it explodes. But a lightbulb can be powered by that source when the output is regulated properly through the use of transformers and other devices etc. I think you get the point.
Roleplay, always has been a valuable tool for the magician from ancient and primitive shamans dressing up as animals and creatures in head dresses and costumes to the godkings and incarnated god pharohs of egypt, to the incarnated Hindu gods in the bodies of little girls etc. Etc.
Role play has certainly not been without value and merit in magickal work and in fact is a vital and essential practice in many traditions. It helps to align the magician with the spirit, god, demon, power animal etc. To better take on the attributes of said whatever. And to connect to the universal force that (already exists within each person) and to be a go between the gods and humanity. Effectively becoming the representation of the universal force on the earth that already exists within the higher self of each and every one of us individually and collectively.
But as I have said time and time again there is a time and a place for it. Like an actor and a role well played one does not break character during performance upon the stage. But when the curtain comes down and the show is over we go back to paying bills, working the 9 to 5, making dinner and taking care of the kids.
There is a real danger of self delusion when it’s taken to a place of flight of fantasy without constructive use kept in mind and a well rooted grasp on reality. It’s ok to keep your head in the clouds so long as you got your feet firmly planted on the ground.
I’ve gotten into heated arguments with individuals about this very topic and even on this very forum. There are those who insist upon maintaining their view. Insisting that “they” are the only such incarnated version of such and such etc. (Even though countless others also claim to be,) they don’t want to hear that every single human being contains within themselves the semblance of the universal aspect in question as well as all other universal aspects, and totally disregard the function and occult significance of it. They need to feel “special” and “empowered” and not understanding that it’s a false sense of empowerment because at the end of the day they have not learned, grown, or achieved anything from it. They continue to be depressed have anxiety, panic attacks and live in poverty and self induced helplessness.
If I claim that my higher self is Thoth I do so within the reasonable context of the actuality of the universal aspect or current.
People often are taken back when they hear me say I am not the only one because they don’t understand that it’s something that is not special or unique but exists within each of us. (Many lightbulbs can be lit from the same power plant and illuminate the stage!) A fundamental part of the Pylon Le Nechash path (not to be confused with RHP which focuses on selfless service to a deity and obedience to it) is selfless service to each other on the path. The LHP is about becoming strong for yourself. But what does one do when having become a living god in your own right? Sit around with a thumb up your ass? Certainly not! You roll up your sleeves and get to work, helping others achieve strength and godhood. Many people ask, " why do the gods, deamons, and spirits help us"? Well, it’s this right here . This forum of Become A Living God and what EA Koetting has created here is the very essence and a shining and brilliant example of this concept. Why did Prometheus steal fire from the gods to give to mankind at his own sacrifice? Why did the serpent defy god and give of the fruit to Eve and Adam although himself be cursed? I think you can probably smell what I’m stepping in here.
I align my tuning fork to this vibration and carry the frequency and participate in the orchestra of the collective consciousness. Because Thoth exists within every single human being and every single human being is capable of doing exactly this👆. There is nothing special or unique about it whatsoever. Doing so does not make one above the rest of humanity in any way but in fact brings one into a place of selfless service to the ascension of humanity as a whole and the greater evolution of the self through the helping of others in their evolution. If you want to claim to be an “incarnated god” then get ready to do the thankless work of one, be prepared that your place is one of service and not grandiose superiority. Be prepared to have your only reward for your sacrifices being the compersionary joy of seeing others ascend. Because that is the “role” you will be “playing”!