The Book of Levi

Sometimes when I meditate and cycle through my chakras, an interesting thing happens when I’ve engaged my Crown. It connects to the Root, completing the cycle. It’s occurred to me that this could explain why the emotion of Love is often considered pink in color, even though the Heart chakra is green.

Correlating the chakras to the Sephiroth, it also explains the concept of Malkuth and Kether as being the sort of alpha and omega, beginning and end, while both serve the function of beginning and end alike.

When this happens in meditation, I’ve occasionally felt my physical body disappear from my awareness completely. It’s like I become a sphere of spirit. That’s the closest description that I can think of at the moment.

I wonder what revelations might spring forth if one were to wrap the Tree of Life around a 3-dimensional sphere? Or the Qlippoth, for that matter.

Anyhow. I had understood that there was a syncopation, a pairing between those chakras points for a while. Recently, I discovered more…

I had noticed, some time ago, that there were additional chakras points not covered in the normal 7-chakras system. I did some research and found that, yes, others have noticed this as well. The 12-chakras system seems to be the most popular outline that attempts to describe the additional points. This makes sense to me considering the Zodiac and everything else that follows the rule of twelve.

I can’t say that I necessarily agree with the labels that have been attributed to these untraditional chakras. Some examples…


I concur that there is a chakra well below the Root, under the feet. I’ve been aware of this when grounding.

The first point up from the Crown is indeed related to the spirit essence. I think “Astral” would be the best definition for it.

The second point up from the Crown is, in my opinion, related to the “God Self”. The top image there shows it as a golden color…and I can agree on that. It explodes with golden light, in my experience.

So, the other day, I’m meditating and focused on the Manipura, the Solar Plexus. Which has always seemed more “gold” than “yellow” to me (unless I’m envisioning it as a sun). Suddenly, I realize that the Manipura is directly related to the God Self chakra. I believe the symbiosis allows us to channel the power of our highest self into our physical bodies.

Just as the Crown connects to the Root, the Sacral connects to the Astral. And the Solar Plexus to the God Self. You see what I’m getting at here? There is another layer to the chakras system; a looping circuit series that emanates from us.

Here’s an illustration I whipped up:

Note the interesting pattern that forms. This is very similar to a critical part of the design of the Universe, the double spiral that appears in all things in nature.


I plan on delving into all this a bit more and seeing what there is to see…


Let’s play along with sing-song!
Rhymes and lyrics have been coming to me lately. First up, a little ryhme to Bune. I am in need of a large sum of money, in order to facilitate my wife’s move from CA to TX. So I was focusing on Bune’s sigil and this happened…

Bune, Bune, grant me a boon
Do this well and I’ll draw a cartoon for you
Here the thing, I need it soon
Something to this tune:

[Sum redacted] dollars for-tune

No loss of job, nor ill of luck
No debts accrued, trying to make a buck
Need [monies] or it’s gonna suck
Please help, sweet Bune, or I’m fucked

And if I see the cash materialize, I will certainly draw a sweet-ass image for Bune. Which I will post here!

Going to the grocery store, this sang itself in my mind…

When the spirits are sent to me
A certain type of entropy, of polarity;
Specifically an epiphany
That’s meant to be
Seen exactly as it seems

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Somewhere around 15-20 years ago, when I was a young lightbringer…


Droppin this here for safe keeping.

Hmm…this one too.

Thinking about the chakras patterns…


Droppin this one here for later reference as well.

Here’s a thought.
Science tells us that anywhere you are in the universe, you’re at its center.
In old-timey cosmology, Earth was the “center” of space (the solar system, before it was…solar). The planets, and the sun, were depicted as revolving around our planet. The spheres that encircled our world in this model were also referred to as “shells”. Like a many-layered egg.

The spheres of the Qlippoth are the “husks”, also translated as…“shells”. And of course those shells have planetary attributes, just like the Sephiroth.

It’s enough of a thought to make me go back and review ancient cosmology. Perhaps it’s all a matter of perspective.

You read this yet? It won’t onebox so I’ll put it inline:

Lots of good stuff to be had there, I’ve got a lot from that page. :+1:


Eeeexcellent. Thanks.
It occurs to me that I had the thought of wrapping the sephiroth and/or qlippoth around a sphere to see what, if any, revelations would arise. I should do that!

I like that they reference the Babylonian cosmology. This has been on my mind as well:


I’ve cobbled together a spherical representation of the Sephiroth. It occured to me that, when translated into a sphere, if we tilt the axis to mirror that of the planets and the galaxies and so on…Daath becomes true north. With the Earth, north points to Polaris. Which suddenly lends a fuckton of importance to that star, if we consider it the physical equivalent to Daath.

Not to derail my own topic but this is also interesting (@Lady_Eva) …

I was raised in Alaska, hilariously…


I’ve wondered before if anything interesting would result from making the Sephiroth/Qliphoth three-dimensional. For the spherical representation, what would happen if you made the Tree wrap back around to itself, merging Kether and Malkuth (or Nahemoth and Thaumiel)?


Yep, that is indeed what I wanted to do. And looking at the sphere, it feels like the points of the left and right columns might merge as well.
The Kether-Malkuth union is what inspired this to begin with. Check it out:


Alsooo…this might interest you:


Good show old sport, cheers!


Another one to log here…


When you stand in the heptagram, you form eight points because you’re in the center. :exploding_head:


The heptagram of the planets…

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I think, sometime this weekend or next, I’m going to start a little servitor army. I’ve never attempted to create one before but the concept certainly suits my range of skills.

I love creating things. I’m an artist, as many of you know. I’m also a writer, award-winning poet, and so on. Creation is fun and rewarding. And I really love creating characters. So the idea of building things from my own energy and breathing life into them is the perfect combination of my arts.

Dimsum - My protector and destroyer of enemies!
Papillon - The soothing butterfly who quells stressful situations
[name pending] - Gatherer of wealth and identifier of opportunity
Sassafrass - Coquettish agent of influence

I will utilize my art and writing abilities to define them as much as possible before conducting any kind of ritual. I’ll draw “concept art” of their forms. I’ll write full back stories. Once they’re my precious babies of creation, in my mind, then I’ll take the next step.

I’ll keep y’all posted.


Well done, young padawan.
If you look at the stuff I’ve been chasing in my last few entries in this here journal, you’ll see why that comment is significant indeed.


Why don’t more people gather together their own legions of spirits like the higher-ups do? :face_with_raised_eyebrow:
If we’re supposed to be gods, surely we can create our own armies. :smile_cat:

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