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Taurus 20. A man performing a complicated weaving pattern from memory. (Omega Symbol)Manifesting/Inspired

(DegreeAngel: Daniel (DA-nee-EL) Enough is Never Enough, Eloquence)


You can know just what to do as long as you can avoid getting in the way of yourself. Conscious and rational decision making often doesn’t work for you. When you turn off your mind and go with your impulses, your creativity can emerge beautifully and carry you through even the most difficult of situations.

The Chandra Symbol for this degree is “A fork in the road with a blank sign post.” In the Omega Symbol we see a built-in, pre-ordained pattern, in the Chandra Symbol, the way is open, we don’t know how to proceed, for we aren’t being guided. The pre-ordained pattern will produce a known result, but it is mechanical, predictable, and if repeated too often, becomes dull and boring. The lack of a sign post in the Chandra Symbol can be frustrating, even scary, but it forces us to use our intuition, to explore, to exist outside the map, which is a pre-ordained pattern.

Pleiadian Symbol: The clouds hurry: they’re late for an appointment. Deep sensing of meaning and purpose in even the slightest and most evanescent of occurrences.

Azoth Symbol: By intuition a healer chooses the proper remedy. Psychic openness to whatever is going to create greater harmony.

Seed degree: Scorpio 20. A man who carries large sacks of books with him wherever he goes. (Omega Symbol). We find many ways of putting to use the wisdom we have accumulated by harmoniously interacting with the tapestry of life.

A serpent wrapped around an immense egg. (Chandra Symbol). Knowing that our whole being actually embraces all we will ever need, we accept not knowing which way to go in life as a test presented to us for the purpose of opening us up more deeply to our intuition.

Fulfillment degree: Taurus 5. In a faint light, a map’s coastlines are vague. (Omega Symbol). Learning to accept what we are certain of without having to be obsessively attached to it, provides us a basis for interacting with the uncertainties of life.

Tiny porcelain figures of people. (Chandra Symbol). Not being sure of which way to go, we are impelled to fantasize about and experiment with a variety of different identities which we might take on as needed, to further our own spiritual growth.


Each animal and plant is color coded, and may be woven to face in four different directions. Likewise with the geometries that grow out of his loom. The weaver sees the animals being born in his mind as he weaves them, sees as he weaves them the plants being born they feed on, and the geometries they coexist with in the rug’s jungle/garden, the geometries there to remind the eye of the order at everything’s center.

And sometimes he sees, as well, and feels, in his heart, the many feet that will touch this rug.

Azoth Oracle

Mantissa, Alchemist of Aab, was known for her ability to always select the perfect remedy for any who came to her with illness. When in a hurry she used words, which she called her “instant remedies.” She also loved to use numbers, sometimes ones so large they might take a few minutes to recite. And she might use anything – flowers, gems, the feces of birds, melodies, the tracing of the outlines of countries with the fingers, or maybe just a slap to the face, which she said, had to be delivered in such a way, and from the right angle, and with the proper force, each one tailor made to the particular sufferer. “Anything can heal,” she always said. “But how do you know just the right thing that will do it?” they asked her. “I have spent may years making friends with diseases and darkness,” she answered, “And when you gain their trust they talk to you and tell you all sorts of ways they’d like to die. There is no one right remedy, but for every disorder a whole galaxy of them. It’s all in knowing which galaxy to pick.”



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