I've known many women named Ariel - most of whom are Jewish. I never met a man by that name until last week - a double header! As Ariel is not a very common client name for me, I was surprised when two men named Ariel, made appointments within a few days of each other. The first Ariel, from the Dominican Republic, works in demolition here in the city. The second Ariel comes from the Philippines, lives in San Jose, and works in construction. Alas we have duality - destruction and creation. Two men named Ariel in one week seemed worth an investigation, so I decided to search the name for clues.
I knew Z brought them to me, or I attracted them, for a reason. As the extreme energies of late, and other things I am experiencing, allow me to know we are very close to the next creation, this had to link with creation and Z - Zoroaster who creates the grids. Z is symbolized by the Lion as we move through the story of the lion's tail/tale. Zoroaster was one of the first to speak about duality - good god vs. an evil god he called, Ahriman.
Historically, the entity Ariel was often pictured in mysticism as a lion-headed deity or demon with power over the Earth, giving a strong foundation for Ariel's association with the Demiurge. It is possible that the name itself was even adopted from the Demiurge's Zoroastrian counterpart Ahriman.
Where is the New Jerusalem or is it just another metaphor of awakening?
A large portion of the final two chapters of the Christian Bible deals with John of Patmos' vision of the New Jerusalem. He describes it as "'the bride, the wife of the Lamb'". According to John, the New Jerusalem is "pure gold, like clear glass" and its "brilliance is like a very costly stone, as a stone of crystal-clear jasper." The street of the city is also made of "pure gold, like transparent glass". Biblical writers often used gold as a symbol for eternity, as it does not rust, and kingship, as it is very valuable. Gold is alchemy.
In The Bible, the New Jerusalem (also called the tabernacle of God, holy city, city of God, celestial city, and heavenly Jerusalem, as well as Jerusalem above and Zion, Shining City on a Hill), is a literal (or figurative, depending upon the writer's viewpoint) city that is a completely new dwelling for the Saints. Others may believe that it is a physical reconstruction, spiritual restoration, or divine recreation of the city of Jerusalem.
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There are twelve gates in the wall oriented to the compass with three each on the east, north, south, and west sides. There is an angel at each gate, or gatehouse. These gates are each made of a single pearl, giving them the name of the "pearly gates". The names of the twelve tribes of Israel are written on these gates. This list either alludes to the traditional division of the Twelve Tribes as written on the vestments of the Kohen Gadol, or the other division based on the partition of land. The gates are arranged in the same way as the tribes were in the encampment of the forty years 40 (40=4=closure of this program) wandering, though the Seer lists the gates in an order different from that of the Old Testament's description of the encampment. The wall has twelve foundation stones, and on these are written the names of the Twelve Apostles.
Along with Archangel Raphael, Ariel is associated with healing and the curing of disease.
According to the German occultist Cornelius Agrippa: "Ariel is the name of an angel, sometimes also of a demon, and of a city, whence called Ariopolis, where the idol is worshipped."
Ariel is often associated with the better known Judeo-Christian Archangel Uriel. The name "Auriel" is commonly used to denote the combined, However, Elizabethan court astrologer and alchemist John Dee called "Ariel" a "conglomerate of Anael and Uriel."
In mysticism Ariel is generally presented as an angel with authority over the elements, or else the Earth itself. In Thomas Heywood, Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels Ariel is called both a prince who rules the waters and "Earth's great Lord." In several occult writings, Ariel is mentioned with other elemental titles such as the "3rd archon of the winds," "spirit of air," "angel of the waters of the Earth" and "wielder of fire." In mysticism, especially modern, Ariel is usually conjured as a governing angel with dominion over the Earth, creative forces, the North, elemental spirits, and beasts.
.... Alas these are all bed time stories if you chose to believe in their mythos. The holiday season approaches and many will celebrate ...but each year more and more will question and figure out the truth ... for soon the lion will roarrrrrrrr.
Space storm alert: 90 seconds from catastrophe New Scientist - March 24, 2009
Monday morning ... I still can't get past the images and messages in the film Knowing" I saw a few days ago. In real life ... (did I say that?) ... some time in 2012, the sun cycle reaches Solar Max. In "Knowing", reality is destroyed by a CME - coronal mass ejection.
The sun is the lion. It used to be considered the source of creation by indigenous civilizations, as it looks so much like the source of consciousness that creates all and everything we experience.
No sooner did I post the paragraph above ----> than I went over to the place I generally start my blogs each morning - Ezine's 3 daily Astronomy blogs - where I found this article posted today by Thunderbolts - Closing the Gaps - In Our Knowledge.
In 1989 a major insert for closure was placed into the grids that would not be matched until 12 years later in 2001 (9/11).
If you are into Alchemy - go to Adam's Alchemy Blog where there is mention of the Telescope of Zoroaster among other interesting articles that might connect for you. Google search Zoroaster Lion Sun Images
The children and the harmonics
"So there you have it my son, just as it was written long ago
in the stars above and the book of life (light) below."
The blue and the gold (light)
Soon you will awaken ...
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