Circle: The Signature of Ra (God)
by Amir Fatir
In nature, many forms begin as spheres. Time itself flows in a circular manner. The circle is considered holy. The Kamitic Tuat (subspace or underworld) is circular in shape, composed of the fiery energy of Ra and fully permeated by Ausar who is depicted in a circular yoga asana.
O Musay, take off your shoes.
Surely you are in the sacred valley Tuwa.
The area of a circle is equal to π (pi * radius squared). These kinds of formulas are products of the Men Nefer Schools of Ptah and therefore contain occult meaning.
Pi π looks like the Hebrew letter heh π, which comes from the Kamitic Heh, symbol of infinity and the more recently re-discovered DNA.
Pi is 22/7 which stands for the 22 paths of the Tree of Life, 22 amino acids, 22 Hebrew letters, 22 major arcana Tarot cards, and the 2200 miles Yakub made the devil walk when he was exiled from Mecca. The seven represents the seven planetary powers, chakras, music tones, colors in the light spectrum and the seven oft repeated planetary hours.
We have indeed given you
seven oft-repeated and
the Grand Qur’aan.
The Grand Qur’an or Corpus (knowledge Body Collection) of Anu is NOT the Uthman version read today. It is much longer, hence it is differentiated as “the Grand Qur’aan.” The seven is repeated throughout nature, including the seven days of the week. A big challenge for students of the occult is how to divide the seven powers into the 22 paths or 11 spheres of the Tree of Life, 22/7.
Pi is also represented by the decimal 3.14. The .14 actually continues infinitely just like π heh (Hebrew), Kametic heh and the DNA molecule as long as procreation continues.
The 3 represents the nature of the third dimension (width, length, depth), time (past, present, future), the yogic gunas, the astrological qualities (cardinal, fixed, and common signs), states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) and “the three worlds” (Ka-Ab-Ba) of occult philosophy. The .14 represents the 14 kau of Ra, 14 pieces of Osiris’s body, 14 Sulaymans in India, 14 lunar letters in Arabic, 14 solar letters, 14 waxing and 14 waning moon days, 14 mystic letters, 14 alchemy processes and 14 stations of the cross.
The circle is itself without beginning or ending, therefore infinite. The universe is replete with cycles. The superior man (initiate) lives according to those often invisible cycles.
Praise be to Thee, O Ra,
exalted Shekem, providing those
that are in the Tuat with their
necessities in the hidden circles.
Truly thou art the bodies of Aper-Ta.
-The Litany of Ra
The radius is the distance from the circle to the center. Radius means “root”. Understanding spiritual principles requires obtaining a knowledge of the roots, the true fundamentals. For example, the root of Christianity is Christ. So, if you’re not about becoming a Christ then your Christianity is just a hangout, a means of socializing at the church instead of at the beer garden. “This is my blood. Drink it”. Fashizzle, my nizzle.
The root of Ausarianism is Sar which means an orbit and a cycle. The Sar is the socket or orbit, circular in shape, in which the eyeball sits. So, the glyph for Ausar, the all-seeing one, is an eye over a seat. Within the socket (boundaries or laws) the eye can orbit or circle. So, cycles are based upon laws such as the laws of physics that are the foundation (seat) of the planetary orbits, water cycles and the cycles that are hidden but which manifest as economic cycles and other cycles.
Masons are said to stand on the square. So, you can’t just go back to the root -----as pretend fundamentalists pretend to do ---- you’ve got to extrapolate from that root, multiply to see how that root metamorphizes into the cure you’re seeking to apply to problems today.
By way of example, years ago I intuited that the root of the economic debt syndrome is bull worship. But you don’t find many people openly worshipping bulls today. So, I had to square it and I saw that bull markets are the modern expression of bull worship. See, everything must expand and contract. An economy that’s all growth is an impossibility. Yet market manipulations have tried to generate constant growth, aka “stimulus”. That results in terrible crashes (corrections) that keeps the world staggering about like a drunk sailor. (If the downturn is a “correction” that means the inflation was incorrect.) So, Wall Street (today’s money changers in the temple) have an idol bull statue as an image of their object of worship. That’s one example of squaring the radical (root).
Pi also shows up in the I Ching Oracle. In that system it’s the 12th hexagram, standstill (stagnation). It is composed of the two trigrams ch’ien (three horizontal lines over each other) and k’un (three parallel horizontal lines over each other). Together they make Pi. Chi’en is all yang lines while k’un is all yin.
The great sage Ra Un Nefer Amen has revealed complementary relationships among the hexagrams through his Harlem River Arrangement which was catalyzed by the I Ching’s Earlier Heaven Arrangement.
Each hexagram has a complement which completes the oracular testimonies provided by the primary hexagram. The compliment of hexagram 12/P’i (standstill) is hexagram II/ T’ai (Peace).
Both Ra Amen and Richard Wilhelm see P’i as bad news. With the utmost respect for them both, I disagree. Ra believes the P’i signifies the failure to take the divine laws (ch’ien) into trance (k’un) to impress the laws on the spirit. This supposed bad state is corrected by T’ai (Peace) in which, by reversing the places of Ch’ien and K’un “T’ai represents the means of attaining inner peace.”
The ancient text also gives P’i a bad impression. The judgment says: “standstill. Evil people do not further the perseverance of the superior man. The great departs; the small approaches.” Yet the lines that make up the hexagram are not gloomy and foreboding.
Line 1: “Perseverance brings good fortune and success.”
Line 2: “This means good fortune for inferior people. This standstill serves to help the great man to attain success.”
Line 3 is bad: “They bear shame”.
But Line 4 has everything back on track: “He who acts at the command of the highest remains without blame. Those of like mind partake of the blessing.”
Line 5: “Standstill is giving way. Good fortune for the great man.”
Line 6: The standstill comes to an end.
First standstill, then good fortune.
With 5 of the 6 lines predicting good fortune, how can P’i be so bad?
I see Ch’ien above k’un as a statement that the creative force of heaven, i.e., consciousness of the divine laws, has emerged out of k’un’s trance inducing faculty, not that the two are at odds or pulling in opposite directions. The Bible says, “Be still and know that I am God.” Standstill has been misunderstood to be stagnation when it really represents mental stillness. Kun is receptive to Ch’ien. This leads to and culminates in T’ai Chi or T’ai (peace).
The practice of khumbaka in breathing is a species to standstill, in this case holding the breath. Having a lung problem that seemed stagnant I get P’i with a 5th moving line changing to 35/rapid progress. I interpret the oracle to be saying impressing my will (ch’ien) upon my spirit, obeying divine laws and khumbaka will lead to rapid progress in healing my lungs.