Monday, October 14, 2013

Info About God Forms

Gods can be thought of as the light of Paradox through the prism that is the Tree of Life (and its variations)

Gods can be thought of as the light of Paradox through the prism that is the Tree of Life (and its variations).  Each Sephirah represents an archetypal god form, which I have detailed in a correspondence table title Who’s Who Correspondence Chart.  The following chart categorizes the gods of Earth according to the corresponding Sephirah on the Tree of Life.  These charts were designed to assist me when naming locations in Eden, and when choosing Earthly names for the gods of Eden.  It now serves to assist the reader in understanding the roles of Earth’s gods in relationship to their nature in Eden.  
For simplicities sake, and because I am Earth bound, I have only charted the gods according to their corresponding spheres on the Tree of Life.  They are:

Who’s Who for the Suturian Tree of Life
Order Gods
(2.)Father God
Chaos Gods
(3.)Mother Goddess
Neutral Gods
(0.) Void no color
(1.1. / π.) Ideas
(9.) Reality


If one examines how the colors of each Sephirah are formed, one can infer the relationships of the corresponding god forms, so that:

Order Gods

Out of Creation (+White) comes Father  (+Blue) & Cycle (+Green) &  Reason (+Red)

Out of Father (+Blue) comes
Chance (-Magenta) & Mother (-Cyan)

Lesson:  By combining Chance & Mother, one may become the Father, filling the womb with life.  By bisecting Father, one becomes Mother (the womb, containing life within) and Serendipity (Chance).  The drive to procreate and spread one’s seed.

Out of Cycle (+Green) comes
Passion (-Yellow) & Mother (-Cyan)

Lesson:  By combining Passion & Mother, one becomes cyclical (Cycle).  By bisecting Cycle, one becomes Passionate and Mother (the womb, containing life within).  To be born is to die.  Without a body, there is no need for death.

Out of  Reason (+Red) comes
Passion (-Yellow) & Chance (-Magenta)

Lesson:  By combining Passion & Chance, the mind may learn to Reason.  By bisecting Reason, one becomes Passionate and open to Serendipity (Chance).  This is evolution, survival of the fittest.

Chaos Gods

Out of Destruction (-Black), comes Mother (-Cyan) & Chance (-Magenta)  & Passion (-Yellow)

Out of Mother (-Cyan) comes
Father (+Blue) & Cycle (+Green)

Lesson:  By combining Father & Cycle, the Mother is created.  By bisecting (penetrating) Mother, one becomes Father & subjective to Cycle.  The desire to procreate, combined with the resulting need for death and subsequent rebirth, creates a reality wherein wombs are required.  The forbidden fruit is the mother’s womb.  The woman ate of the fruit (masturbation) and, desiring a child, begged her mate to eat, too. (sex)

Out of Chance (-Magenta) comes
Reason (+Red) & Father (+Blue)

Lesson:  By combining Reason & Father, one allows for Chance.  By bisecting Chance, one becomes Reasoned and Fatherly (masculine).  The will to live and be creates Fate.

Out of Passion (-Yellow) comes
Reason (+Red) & Cycle (+Green)

Lesson:  By combining Reason & Cycle, Passion is created.  (My life is limited, I must use my time wisely.  The time limit and ability to understand this gives life more meaning.)  By bisecting Passion, one becomes Reasoned and submissive to Cycle (not just willing to die, but requiring it.).

I have not explored these concepts in detail from the point of view of Chaos.  However, for comparison’s sake, here is a skeleton table for the Tree of Knowledge:

Who’s Who for the Suturian Tree of Knowledge
Chaos Gods
(1.)Destruction as Creation

(2.)Passion as Father God

(4.)Chance as Cycle

(7.)Mother Goddess as Reason

Order Gods
(10.)Creation as Destruction

(3.)Reason as Mother Goddess

(5.)Cycle as Chance

(8.)Father God as Passion

Neutral Gods
(0.) Void no color

(1.1. / π.)Reality as  Ideas

(6.)Ghost of Daath as Reverie/Musings

(9.) Ideas as Reality

What’s In a Name?

Gods, when appearing on Earth or Lovea, often choose a recognizable name from human mythology, retrieved from the unconscious mind of the observer, that most closely represents the god’s role in that situation, utilizing an established name and reinventing it or assuming its role.  That, however, is never the god’s true name and may not even be the same god twice in a row.  Additionally, gods can create a name to use on earth. 
A single god on earth may be represented by multiple Kinder, a collective -- organized or independent -- going by the same earthly name.  A god on earth may also be the same Kinder’s soul reincarnated into the same role again and again, or it may be assumed by a new Kinder if the old Kinder outgrows the position.  Gods can be reincarnated as either race, or shattered and reincarnated as humans, depending on the state of mind of the god when he or she dies.

Matters of Technique

Cataloging of Earth’s gods proved to be a tedious task, and much more care and attention to detail is provided for those religions I personally find most fascinating.  Thus the Egyptian pantheon is much more complete than the Roman.  Hinduism proved to be the most challenging.  As a living religion, there is much conflicting information dependent upon the sect.
The reader will note that in regards to groupings, I have chosen to indicate groupings of more than four with footnotes.  Primarily seen in Hinduism, groupings are listed only when describing gods that function together as a whole, where one god can have ten faces while simultaneously being ten separate gods, such as the Matrikas, who function together as the forces of nature. For simplicity’s sake, I have chosen to ignore groupings based solely on location of worship or family trees, wherein each god or goddess functions as an individual, such as the Egyptian pesedjets. 
In regards to a single god with multiple names, if the name represents an unique aspect or an avatar of significance, I have included the aspect/avatar’s name as a separate entry.  If the god was a separate deity that was later merged with a more popular deity, I have given the god its own entry.  However, if the name is more of an epithet, I have chosen to ignore it. 
Except for the Suturian gods, I have also chosen to leave out details about race, such as whether a Greek god is an Olympian or a Titan or if a Hindu god is an Asura or Deva.  Although I have included some deified humans, I do not indicate their original human status. 
Additionally, many deities have a direction associated with him or her; however, I have chosen to include only those deities specifically tasked with directional guardian as a fundamental aspect of his or her duties.  This is also true of elements and seasons.  There are numerous correspondence charts available that do a thorough job documenting those details.
In conclusion, I have tried to capture the essence of the gods and goddesses, and based on my conclusions, I have indicated which spheres of Eden represent those deities.

For comparison, I am including The Metempsychosis of Paradox as featured in Asphyxia, with a few updates.

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