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Old 09-05-2016, 01:29 PM
Battle00333 Battle00333 is offline
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The cross is the symbol of the human being and its relationship with existence. Stand with legs together and arms stretched out horizontally. The up-down plane represents soul-spirit penetrating into the material. The side-to-side plane represents the physical plane wherein the soul journeys and experiences and learns. The intersecting point in the heart region represents the manner in which the soul comes to truth. Truth is processed via the heart (intuitive wisdom), and not the head (thinking knowledge).

Its not just a generic cross Baile. I was referring to the meaning of the specific cross in question aswell as what it specifically symbolizes. While each different cross represents the same, their meanings and what they specifically symbolizes differ. If I had the ability to provide an image I would but the one Horace provided is good enough as well
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Old 09-05-2016, 01:45 PM
Baile Baile is offline
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their meanings and what they specifically symbolizes differ
Truth is processed via the heart (intuitive wisdom), and not the head (thinking knowledge).
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Old 09-05-2016, 02:12 PM
Baile Baile is offline
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Meaning of The Hanged Man, according to one website:
Having an emotional release
Accepting what is
Surrendering to experience
Ending the struggle
Being vulnerable and open
Giving up control
Accepting God's will

But is that the meaning? Really? Just because someone on the internet creates a list of intellectual explanations?
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Old 10-05-2016, 01:57 PM
Baile Baile is offline
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I posted my previous comment to show you one way that imagery and ideas are misunderstood and misused in new-age belief. Astrology for example is not fortune-telling. But that's how most people relate to it, they check the daily astrology column online to see what sort of day they're predicted to have. But that's a misuse of astrology. All that is, is superstition born of limiting abstract beliefs, which are a product of the thinking mind.

Likewise tarot cards. Using them as a means of fortune-telling is abstract superstition. Rather, the tarot is a visual representation of the soul-spirit makeup of the human being and its incarnation journey. The tarot is a step-by-step evolutionary depiction of that soul journey, starting with of course, 0 The Fool. The individual human being, beginning the life journey, the person of no thing and of no where, about to step off the ledge into the unknown of incarnation, carrying but a small bag of karma on her/his shoulder.

This is the eternal-truth understanding of The Fool. This is the occult spirit-understanding, pertaining to our collective human-soul experience, that one comes to via intuitive wisdom. As for those descriptions of the fool as posted on that website... that's all intellectual fortune-telling superstition. That's a product of the head and the mind, of human thinking. Eternal-truth wisdom on the other hand is archetypal and eternal. It is imprinted in the cosmos, in existence itself. Intuitive wisdom is the means by which it is revealed.

Likewise, what I posted regarding crosses is the intuitive wisdom reality regarding the esoteric symbolism of the cross. The idea that different crosses mean different things - having an emotional release, or surrendering to struggle, etc. - is new-age superstition belief. You are asking for a intellectual fortune-telling explanation. I instead offered you a depth-understanding explanation.
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Old 16-07-2016, 06:12 AM
magdna magdna is offline
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No Spiritual Enterprise comes from "second" knowledge.

Social Media is not Experience..

If YOU have an image .. research it.
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