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Sagittarius 28. A man channeling new music from deceased composers. (Omega Symbol) Transforming/Receptive

(Degree Angel: IMAMIAH (ee-MA-mee-Yah) Passion, Clearing of Karma)


This degree knows that anything appearing to be closed, finished or limited can be reopened up and extended. Our belief in limits reinforces those limits, and if we let go of that belief, we find an abundance that is endless. Lack of confidence in self can stand in the way of this process, but if we focus on the good we are attempting to do, the confidence magically appears.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A witch’s ritual dagger.” The ritual dagger is a weapon whose purpose is to cut away negative thoughts, or ones that are no longer of use, essentially thoughts which limit one in unnecessary ways. It may also be used to sever oppressive connections and clear the aura. When such ties are cut we are free to experience the open and limitless quality of the universe – that allows, for instance, the man of the Omega Symbol to channel the new music.

Pleiadian Symbol: A house built over a river.

Azoth Symbol: Freed from gravity, men dancing in space.

Seed degree: 3 Pisces. Just before a wedding, a purifying rainstorm. (Omega Symbol). Realizing the potential of fecundity in all unions and encounters we come to understand that no system or realm is closed but is always capable of yielding more.

An eye gazing out of the top of a pyramid. (Chandra Symbol). When we see the overall pattern of things we are able to cut away all which is extraneous as a means of maintaining clarity and harmony.

Fulfillment degree: 23 Cancer. A man thanking all his books for the wisdom they have imparted to him. (Omega Symbol). When we enlarge the scope of our understanding and beliefs we come to see that knowledge needs love to fulfill itself.

A man putting together pieces of broken pottery. (Chandra Symbol). The dead and useless that have been cut away leave the pieces that need to be reconstructed.


The controversial composer Balaxadar Scrian says he has never written any music of his own.  His whole career has been dedicated to transcribing new works from composers who no longer live.

Some of the works he has channeled from them are most different in style from the composers he says wrote them.  When asked about this he replied, “why would you think that a composer who has left his physical existence here to travel other realms would not grow and evolve?  So many of them wrote works that evolved gradually through their lifetime, and so when they die this evolution continues.

“And, of course, if they have craved exploring ways of composing which they did not attempt during their earthly existence, once they realize that all eternity is open to them, like a tree they sprout forh new branches, or may even mutate into startling and unexpected forms.”

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