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The Enlightenment 2.Ω: The Posthuman Singularity

Only The sophos can show you the true path to Immortality!

Entering "Alchemical" Stage Citrinitas

The Invocation of the Goddess is in play. The Alchemical "Singularity" of the "Goddess" and the "God" with the "Avatar" has begun.

The Great Work; mystic interpretation of its four stages:[19]
  • nigredo (-putrefactio), blackening (-putrefaction): corruption, dissolution, individuation, see also Suns in alchemy - Sol Niger
  • albedo, whitening: purification, burnout of impurity; the moon, female
  • citrinitas, yellowing: spiritualization, enlightenment; the sun, male;
  • rubedo, reddening: unification of man with God, unification of the limited with the unlimited.

The Moon Has Now Eclipsed the Sun

The Enlightenment 2.Ω

From Wikipedia,
Citrinitas, sometimes referred to as xanthosis,[citation needed] is a term given by 15th- and 16th-century alchemists to "yellowness." It was one of the four major stages of the alchemical opus, and literally referred to "transmutation of silver into gold" or "yellowing of the lunar consciousness."[citation needed] In alchemical philosophy, citrinitas stood for the dawning of the "solar light" inherent in one's being, and that the reflective "lunar or soul light" was no longer necessary. The other three alchemical stages were nigredo (blackness), albedo (whiteness), and rubedo (redness).
Psychologist Carl Jung is credited with interpreting the pseudo-scientific alchemical process as analogous to modern-day psychoanalysis. In the Jungian archetypal schema, nigredo is the Shadow; albedo refers to the anima and animus (contrasexual soul images); citrinitas is the wise old man (or woman) archetype; and rubedo is the Self archetype which has achieved wholeness.

A Path set in {stone}

The "Alchemical" Transformation of the Magus into the Sage (Sophos)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the Symposium, Plato draws a distinction between a philosopher and a sage (sophos). The difference is explained through the concept of love, which lacks the object it seeks. Therefore the philosopher (literally lover of wisdom in Greek) does not have the wisdom he or she seeks. The sage, on the other hand, does not love, or seek, wisdom because he already has wisdom. According to Plato, there are two categories of being who do not do philosophy:
  1. Gods and sages, because they are wise;
  2. senseless people, because they think they are wise.
The position of the philosopher is between these two groups. The philosopher is not wise; but, aware that he is not wise, seeks wisdom, and loves wisdom. This distinction between the philosopher and the sage played an important part in Stoic philosophy that developed after Plato.[1]
The wise old man (also called senex, sage or sophos) is an archetype as described by Carl Jung, as well as a classic literary figure, and may be seen as a stock character.[1] The wise old man is usually a profound philosopher distinguished for wisdom and sound judgment.


This type of character is typically represented as a kind and wise, older father-type figure who uses personal knowledge of people and the world to help tell stories and offer guidance that, in a mystical way, may impress upon his audience a sense of who they are and who they might become, thereby acting as a mentor. He may occasionally appear as an absent-minded professor, appearing absent-minded due to a predilection for contemplative pursuits.
The wise old man is often seen to be in some way "foreign", that is, from a different culture, nation, or occasionally, even a different time, from those he advises. In extreme cases, he may be a liminal being, such as Merlin, who was only half human, or Dumbledore who is a half-blood wizard from the famous Harry Potter series.
In medieval chivalric romance and modern fantasy literature, he is often presented as a wizard.[2] He can also or instead be featured as a hermit. This character type often explained to the knights or heroes — particularly those searching for the Holy Grail
— the significiance of their encounters.[3]
In storytelling, the character of the wise old man is commonly killed or in some other way removed for a time, in order to allow the hero to develop on his/her own.

The sophos Video Goddes Invocation!

The "Alchemical wedding is taking place to the veda mata hymn ( Gayatri)

Gayatri (Sanskrit: गायत्री, gāyatrī) is the feminine form of gāyatra, a Sanskrit word for a song or a hymn. Gayatri is a consort of Brahma and goddess of learning.[1] Brahma married her when Brahma's first consort Saraswati was late for a yajna because she was waiting for her companions.[1] Brahma had to start that yajna along with his wife.[1] So in Saraswati's absence, Brahma asked Indra to help him find a solution and Indra found Gayatri, who belonged fromGurjar community.[2] So Brahma married Gayatri to start the yajna in time.[1]
Upset by this act, Saraswati cursed Brahma that he would not be worshiped on earth except Pushkar. Pushkar is the place where Brahma ji is worshiped and also the priest in this temple are from Gurjar community to this day.[3]

Originally the personification of the Gayatri mantra[citation needed], and revered by Hindus worldwide, the goddess Gāyatrī is considered the veda mata, the mother of all Vedas and also the personification of the all-pervading Parabrahman, the ultimate unchanging reality that lies behind all phenomena. Gayatri Veda Mata is seen by many Hindus to be not just a Goddess, but a portrayal of Brahman himself, in the feminine form. Essentially, the Goddess is seen to combine all the phenomenal attributes of Brahman, including Past, Present and Future as well as the three realms of existence.[citation needed] Goddess Gāyatrī is also worshipped as the Hindu Trimurti combined as one. In Hinduism, there is only one creation who can withstand the brilliance of Aditya and that is Gāyatrī. Some also consider her to be the mother of all Gods and the culmination of Lakshmi, Parvati and Sarasvati.[citation needed]
Gāyatrī is typically portrayed as seated on a red lotus, signifying wealth or else on a swan or peacock[1]. She appears in either of these forms:
It is a Sanskrit word, Ga means to sing, Yatri means Protection. Gayatri has three phases and so it is called tripada. It is also called tripada because it is Vedmata, Devmata and Vishwamata. Vedas have originated from Gayatri mantra and so it is known as Vedmata. It is Devmata because it helps in manifestation of divine virtues (gun), actions (karma) and nature (swabhav)
"The artificial womb represents the completion of an even longer historic process that began nearly 400 years ago at the dawn of the scientific age. It was Francis Bacon, the father of modern science, who referred to nature as "a common harlot." He urged future generations to "tame, squeeze, mould" and "shape" her so that "man could become her master and the undisputed sovereign of the physical world." No doubt some will see the artificial womb as the final triumph of modern science. Others, the ultimate human folly."
-Jeremy Rifkin, President of The Foundation on Economic Trends, Washington D.C.
Modern science has a history which is all too often misunderstood. Artificial wombs and postgender ideals are certainly hard to comprehend from any kind of standardized viewpoint. Bacon's quote about taming nature starts to make sense when put in the context of transhumanism. The history of transhumanism is intertwined with the history of other disciplines. The untrained observer doesn't see that convergence has been around for a long time. The simple truth is that science, philosophy, and religion have always been intimately connected. Francis Bacon understood this well. As a Rosicrucian, he knew that true science had high goals: goals so high that philosophically they intertwined with those of religion. Arcane disciplines such as Alchemy, Hermetics, and Qabbalism were simply ways of keeping the true path of science a mystery to the "profane." Alchemy was never about turning base metals into gold, at least not literally. The true goal from the start was to take the base metals (human body/ the earth) , and transmute them into spiritual gold (man as a god). To unite heaven and earth and thus create the New Man. In the context of transhumanism this new man equates to the posthuman.
Fragments of arcane symbology are replete in transhuman propaganda. These things go unnoticed due to our lack in understanding of alchemical symbols.
Take Ramona: Ray Kurzweil's alter ego. (Ramona clip)
Honestly, how does one explain this with any kind of conventional answer? The truth is that that Ramona is a clever example of the Hermetic marriage. The joining of both male and female aspects of an individual personality. This is the philosophical process by which the "perfect man" is created. Creator gods are often depicted as androgynous because it takes both male and female to create new life. A postgender being would have both creative aspects within itself and thus be considered a god on earth. Postgenderism is a philosophical veil, another codename for alchemy.
Another high profile of covert postgender propaganda is seen in Marilyn Manson's 1996 album "Mechanical Animals." The seventh track is entitled "Posthuman", and the cover shows Manson as the sexually ambiguous character Omega. Omega of course refers to the end, in this case the end of humanity as we know it, but the beginning of posthumanity.
Revelation 22:13 I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.

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