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Sagittarius 24. A man in his imagination inventing flowers, the seeds of which magically appear. (Omega Symbol) Interacting/Responsible

(Degree Angel: MIHAEL (MIH-a-EL) Unity, Fertility, Fruitfulness)


We are told where to start, how to proceed, and where to end. This degree, though, knows that ultimately this is all just a construct, and that it is also possible to work backwards. What we desire and envision with clarity will eventually take form – its just a matter of focus and intent and overcoming limiting beliefs.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A statue of Isis covered by a transparent veil.” The veil here is one of the klippoth, or shells of the Kabbalah – a layer of darkness, which can be a good thing, in that it helps to tone down the extreme brilliance of the light of Isis before we are ready to receive it. We may yearn for union with the divine mother, but that union will only happen when we are completely ready for it.

This degree has a deep and vivid sense of what is possible. It it can just faithfully continue to focus on the immediate tasks at hand with patience and hope, all the beauty and wonder it has always envisioned with its mind’s eye will eventually manifest. It needs to accept the current moment of darkness as simply a step in the process of the coming light.

Pleiadian Symbol: A blue butterfly gently knocking at a door.

Azoth Symbol: A flock of birds rising out of a swamp.

Seed degree: Capricorn 15. An angelolgist explains the sacred hierarchies. (Omega Symbol). The perception of the network of light surrounding one becomes an opening to unimaginable creative possibilities.

A woman wearing a necklace of skulls. (Chandra Symbol). To see as a whole the vasts cycles of our deaths and births assists us in shedding all the stands between us and the light.

Fulfillment degree: Pisces 22. All sorts of things trying to distract a man as he engages in a creative endeavor. (Omega Symbol). The power and fulness of our creative intent draws to us entropic forces whose purpose is to intensify our powwer of focusing and creating.

A blacksmith creating an ornate garden gate. (Chandra Symbol). To have seen the face of the divine mother inspires us with a craving to see her even more clearly, and to engage in the hard work it take to fashion a gate which opens back in to the Garden of Eden.


Night after night he dreamed of gardens, a different one each night.  and in each garden were flowers he had never seen before.  Some were similar to the flowers we know, but might be of a strange color, such as the royal blue iris he saw one night, or the rose with petals each of a different color, or red dandelions, or morning glories with black corkscrews coming out of their trumpets.

After a time he realized what the small, dark objects he found in his bed every morning were, and planted them.  They all grew, and when they did they each took the form of his dreams.

I speak here of course of the great asecended master Floranian Profuso, who many have met in their own dreams, and who is dedicated to teaching dreamers the art of gardening.


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