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The remaining questions at this point, that keeps getting ask, why and what was the point of the Black Mass and the Consumption of Mary? Vengeance, plain and simple. Oh yeah, change in our society, proving to the Catholics and Christians that there is still seperation of church and state, the Dakhma is a faith based church, and the continued down fall of Coakley’s public face. Now its our turn to display Arch Bishop Paul Coakley’s wrap sheet against the Ahrimanic Faith:
July 2012 Catholic phone calls are placed to stop our first Public Wedding, and KOCO sent over to demand the origins of Dastur Adam’s ordainment. That interview was never aired by KOCO.
October 2013 We arrived at the park at the corner of NW Expressway and N Meridian in Oklahoma City. We where met with the Okc Police Department, and were forced to leave. We did so without any resistance, however the officer did inform me to get a permit next time and that way the Arch-Diocese could not have us shut down. This was the Apostasy of Jesus Christ ritual.
June-September 2014 Arch-Bishop Coakley creates a massive shit storm of media to stop the Black Mass of Oklahoma. He starts by hiding behind his computer and starts whining to Mayor’s office about revoking our permit at the Civic Center Music Hall. Then the fool sues me for a waffer I never had.
October 2015 The Lawton Parish under Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley, does everything it can to shut down my book signing in Lawton Ok. Then there is this, I think the reason they attcked me in Lawton, was to cover a darker and sinister secret he had hinding in Lawton.
At this point, I felt the need to re-evaluate the nature of the fight that I was in with Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley. Part of this was a phone call I got from my Mother the weekend before I was sued over a cracker. This phone was nothing more than head games to make me quite. Here is a new fact I am now presenting, my step-father James Morris works for the Diocese of Austin. The same Diocese the new Bishop of Tulsa was promoted from. Guess that was David’s reward for destroying what was left of my relationship with my mother.
The Plan is approved by the Board of the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu
In November of 2015, a plaster statue was Purchased from an occult shop called Craig’s Emporium. I began the corrpting the statue, and got the Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley a Christmas Present that had a private video message just for him. This is now being revealed to the public for the first time.
Oh, let me not forget that the return address on the envelope was from Cardinal DiNardo from Houston,Texas. Coakley tried to have charges pressed on because of that, but there is no law about which return address can be put on an envelope. Then we broke the news of the first part of the plan. Desecration of Mary in front of the Cathedral.Desecration of Mary in front of the Cathedral. This event went off without a bang:
At this point, City Hall and Arch-Bishop Coakley made a back ally deal to black us out of the media. We moved forward regardless. In April of 2016, Mary was put on display at the Oklahoma State Capitol. This is where I gave a speech on how the United States was not a Christian Nation. In fact it was founded by Free Masons. The City and State of Oklahoma granted us a different date than the one we requested. We did the event and gave the speech anyway.
The next day, the Consumption of Mary was publicly announced. I did reserve the date of August 15th 2016 back in November of 2015. Yes, the Consumption of Mary was tactically planned on the date of the assumption. This doesn’t take away from the fact that this event was done to educate the public. We where just going to do the Devil’s Yasna originally, but it was decided that that particular ritual was too long and required a live flame. No fire in the Civic Center. On my birthday, the news about the event broke.
Leading up to the event, I gave Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley 3 opportunities to resolve this conflict. The Oklahoma Gazette:
“If they want to issue a full-blown apology, if they want to say they’re sorry and they’re going to leave us the fuck alone, then we’ll leave them alone,” he said. “But I don’t think that’s ever going to happen.”
Second Chance in the Red Dirt Report:
“You know, if the Catholics leave us alone, we would leave them alone,” Daniels said.
Third Chance was a private email that the public is unaware of:
This is Adam Daniels, and I’m wondering if your ready to speak yet? I’ve left many messages via phone and mail. All go unanswered, even though you assured Nightline that we would speak. I’ve made it quite obvious and public that I’m willing to try to resolve this conflict. Either way, it’s your choice as we all have free will. Also, per information I’ve sent out, you and all other religious leaders are welcome August 15th free of charge. Should you wish to speak with me it can be as discreet or as public as you wish. This is the final time I will reach out to try to resolve this issue that we find ourselves in. I also hope that you have learned, that this is about religion and spirituality. Either way, this my direct private email and my contact number is 4058824470.
Here is a short clip of the Consumtion of Mary:
The huge question, on the minds of the Catholics and Christians is, how in the Hell is the Hindu Goddess Kali going to consume the Blessed Virgin Mary? Up to this point, they are calling it a play. It appears that this concept has scared the shit out them, and cognitive dissonance is working in overtime. To the point that they stopped putting out news blogs and videos. The Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley continues to bury his head in the sand hoping that Dastur Adam Daniels’s challenge for debate and spiritual authority over the State and City of Oklahoma will just go a way. By default, Dastur Adam does gleefully take on the responsibility as the spiritual authority over Oklahoma and will continue Ahriman’s Great Spiritual Plan for the Heartland. The Christians believe the Devil chose Oklahoma from some reason, the simple explanation of the members of the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu live in Oklahoma isn’t good enough or anything.
Anybody who has spent any time in the occult should recognize this symbol, but since we may have a new audience looking over this blog, please allow for a brief explanation. This is used to summon and trap spiritual entities. Some people go as far as getting into the circle with entity after summoning it, and even having “astral sex” with these entities. Anyway, this comes from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Solomonic magic is also used by Muslims to work with Djinn. In the center circle is where the seal of the entity goes to assist with the summoning of an entity. I will not indulge in the internal/external arguement here, we a sticking to magical principle.
This is the general Yantra for the Mahadevi, aka Pravati. Mahadevi has 10 forms and Kali is one of these forms. The Yantra is a both a meditation device to become subconsciously connected to the Goddess and it also works as a Talisman which is charged through specific mantra with particular instructions. These Yantras do work similar to the above symbol, minus the words of power to bind and trap the entity, the lotus flower offers the Goddess a beautiful place to rest to help protect the devotee. Usually in a Yantra there is a Bindu spot, normally its a small black circle for the eyes to focus on during the meditation and mantra workings.
The first symbol on the right is the Monastic Symbol of the Virgin Mary, which has gotten some controversy do to Kanye West. The second symbol is from a Catholic Talisman called, 1830 Virgin Mary Medallion or The Miraculous Medal. Supposedly, this symbol helps facilitate miracles, and that gives us a direct spiritual link to call the Virgin Mary down and lock her in the trap. Symbolically forcing Mary back into her own miracle womb that only God penetrated. Thus being locked into her own pussy.
Hence, here we have the Tantric Trap for Mary, and it is glorious. We sealed 3 time with Shiva, the same way Shiva sealed Chinnamasta. During the Consumption of Mary by Jai Kali Maa, three people will be dancing widdershins around the sacred square while saying the Humiliate Mary Prayer.
May this evil Ahura (Angelic Spirit) enjoy the Hell Mouth. The only true way to Hell per Christian lore, is to be swallowed by the Hell Mouth. In their lore, it Belial that is the Hell Mouth. In the original religion of man, it is Devi Kali that eats Asuras which are Ahuras and ultimately, Angels! So we shall unleash the Devi Kali Maa to eat Mary’s essence.
After the idol is smashed, Mary’s heart will be found and Consumed be the flesh vessel that Kali Ma will possess!
In both Zoroastrianism and Vedic Hinduism, Fire is one of the most important mediums and or Gods that interact with mankind directly with the Invisible. This medium as the other elements are. Here in this understanding of things, fire acts as way of communication between the Invisible and the Physical Reality. The Vedic Hindu version of fire is different than Zoroastrian, Vedic Hindu see the smoke rise from the fire and that is Agni delivering the fire sacrifice and the request offer up to the gods. The Zoroastrians see fire as it purifies metal to create tools and weapons. When you apply the fact that Hinduism is thought to be thousands of years older than Zoroastrianism, it makes more sense from a tribal/village understanding versus a bronze/iron understanding.
Agni (Sanskrit: अग्नि Agni), pronounced ” ăgˈnē “, is a Hindu deity, one of the most important of the Vedic gods. He is the god of fire <energy>  and the acceptor of sacrifices for onwards conveyance to other deities. The sacrifices made to Agni go to the deitiesbecause Agni is a messenger from and to the other gods. He is ever-young, because the fire is re-lit every day, and is immortal. In the Rig Veda (I.95.2), a Rishi prays – for the ten eternal powers to bless Tvashtr (the supreme mind which creates all things) with the birth of Agni which is a reference to the ten undisclosed powers that nourish Agni. Yaskacharya explains that the fire-god is called अग्नि (Agni) because he is अग्रणी (Agrani), the forward leader who is the ever awake disseminator of knowledge and the first principle of thought which manifests as Speech; it is carried at the front in all ritualistic undertakings (yajnas). Pippalāda, the sage of thePrashna Upanishad, merely highlights the एकायुः (the Sole person) status of Agni when he tells Kābandhi Katayāna – ” That very one, Surya who is Aditya, rises up who is Prana and Agni, who is identified with all creatures and who is possessed of all fame. ” The Vedic Rishis knew knowledge to be the quality of the Atman. Surya, Aditya, Prana and Agni stand for the Atman who reveals itself as knowledge by the all-illuminating bright rays of light and who reveals itself as objects cognized by the mind and described through speech (Rig Veda X.135.7). According to the Puranas, the origin of Krittika nakshatra (the Pleiades star-cluster) ruled by Agni, and the birth of Kartikeya is associated with Agni. The Death-conquering Agni-rahasya vidya, which was received by Prajapati from the self-existent Brahman, is detailed in the tenth kanda of the Shatapatha Brahmana. During Vedic times, animal sacrifices to propriate Agni were frequently made. Agni is also referred by the name Chagavahana.
In general terms, Agni is regarded, along with earth, water, air, ether, time, directions, atman and mind, as a thing that exists possessing distinct qualities – पृथिव्यापस्तेजोवायुराकाशं कालो दिगात्मा मन इति द्रव्याणि | – Vaiśeṣika Sūtra (I.i.5)
The Gathic role of atar as the medium for detecting guilt is not directly evident in the later texts of the Avesta, but reappears in modified form as an allegory of burning and annihilating the Angra Mainyu through righteousness, “where Asha Vahishta is identified at times with the household fire on the hearth.” There, “identification in the realms of matter and of spirit serves only to bring more into prominence the main tenets of Zoroaster’s teachings in regard to Asha” (Dhalla, 1938:170). A vestige of the ancient institution of ordeal by heat is nonetheless present in Vendidad 4.54–55, where speaking against the truth and violating the sanctity of promise is punishable by flogging and is detected by the consumption of “water, blazing, of golden color, having the power to detect guilt.” The Zend translation/commentary on this passage translates “blazing” as having brimstone and sulphur, and notes that innocence or guilt was established by the consumption of this “guilt-detecting liquid”. Similarly, in the Denkard, Adharbad Maraspand—the Sassanid era high-priest to whom the collation of the Avesta texts is attributed—is purported to have nine measures of “unburning molten zinc” applied to his chest as proof of accuracy of the sacred texts.
Seen chronologically, the transition from atar as a vehicle of judgement to Atar Yazata the divinity presiding over blazing fire is abrupt. While the older Gathic Avestan texts have heat (and thus fire) associated with harsh judgement, the Younger Avestan texts have the divinity Atar completely representing and being represented by fire itself; and associated with warmth and light and essential for growth. Asha Vahishta‘s association with atar is however carried forward, and they are often mentioned together (Yasna 62.3,Nyashes 5.9, etc.). So also in their roles as protectors, for “when the Evil Spirit assailed the creation of Good Truth, Good Thought and Fire intervened” (Yasht 13.77)
It is in the later texts that Atar is personified as “the son” of Ahura Mazda (standard appellation, Yasna 25.7 et al.) and is addressed as “full of glory and full of healing remedies” (Nyash 5.6). In Yasna 17.11, Atar is “master of the house”, recalling the role of the hearth fire in the Gathas. The same passage enumerates the “five kinds of fire”:
- atar berezi-savah, “the highly beneficent atar“, qualified in Zend texts as “the fire that eats food but drinks no water”, and the kind of fire that burns in an Atash-Behram, the highest grade of fire temple.
- atar vohu-fryana, “the atar of good affection”, later qualified as “the fire diffusing goodness”, and “the fire that consumes both water and food”.
- atar urvazishta, “the atar of greatest bliss”, later qualified as “the fire of happy life”, and “the fire that drinks water but eats no food”.
- atar vazishta, “the atar most swift”, later qualified as the fire in clouds, i.e. lightning, and as “the fire that neither drinks water nor eats food”.
- atar spenishta, “the atar most holy”, described in “Zend” texts as “the fire of prosperity” and as the spiritual fire burning before Ohrmuzd.
The description of the fires in the Sassanid era commentaries (the Zend texts) differs slightly from those described in the Bundahishn (“Original Creation”, completed in the 11th or 12th century). In the latter, the description of the first and last kind of fire is reversed.
Also, the spiritual understanding on how the fire is applied to the individual person is a religious or spiritual sense. When the term religious is used in these religion, its an adjective to describe an interaction with the Invisible. In other words, what we westerners call a spiritual experience is what easterners call religious experience. To them they practice spirituality to receive religious knowledge, not vice versa. Here in also the major difference between the 2 ideas of how interaction is done with the invisible.
Agni is the Tattva of the Manipura Chakra. The solar plexus chakra, is where the center body and is the house where human prana emanates from, is the seat for our desires, and is recharged by the Sun. This is the body’s way of recharging, just as the temple fires’ are lit again every morning. Fire is both destructive and creative in transforming things like cooking or lighting a candle. It also helps you to burn through your limitations and puts lite in the darkness you find yourself in.
It comes down to the pursuit of how one sees and uses fire. Is fire a vehicle to worship and exchange energy with Daeva, to change yourself internally, drive your desires, and used as the Black Flame, or is it a painful judgement used to control your animal nature to the point of twisting your mentallity into believe some “prophet’s” established truth? Think of Atar like a cattle prod to train into the game of the righteous enslavement. Then think of Agni as an advoctate between you and the freedoom of godhood. Fire is with or against you!
What is sacrifice? Simple really, to offer up devotional energy to the Invisible. This usually requires a burnt offering, that also has a request. This is a basic mode of magical exchange in working with deities. In Traditional Ahrimanism we have different types of sacrifice that are based on different types requests or magical workings. The most important sacrifice that holds the most vibration and power is the Evil Speech, and really don’t care what language its in but depending on the deities it maybe be best to use the language they are used to.
First we teach sacrifice in the form of offering up sexual lust energy to the Daeva as a form of adrenal energy that effects the Invisible and the Subtle Body. This type of sacrifice has many different reasons behind it. Concupiscence is the base of the Devil and His worship, and self-pleasure through narcissistic masturbatory behavior in a mirror teaches one to have sexual self love. It also teaches independence on self to sate ones desires without dependence on another, and that teaches interdependence that is required on the LHP at the most basal form. It also allows us to be able to perform sexually in group sexual rites known as High Magic Rituals.
Second type of sacrifice we teach is through the devotion of Evil Speech. This reading aloud prayers, singing hymns, intoning Enochian Keys, and/or intoning mantras. Evil Speech includes blasphemy, apostasy, lies, deceit, gossip, conspiracy, painful truth, false statements, instigation, influence, accusations, rumors, or any other type of speech that degrades a person or their reputation. Within all our prayers, mantras, Enochian Keys, and hymns you find us praising evil and denouncing good. We ask that evil over powers and destroys good in the processes. These vibrations of praise is what sustains the Daeva that we work with.
Third type of ritual sacrifice that we do is called the Devil’s Yasna. This is an inversion of the Zoroastrian Yasna, which is a daily fire ritual the Zoroastrian priest do daily. Its to praise Ahura Mazda and the Ahuras, spiritually cleanse the altar area with blessed water, drink Haoma, eat bread, and ask for the Invisible’s help for lay persons as well. This is the Zoroastrian adaptation of the Vedic Hindu Yajna, where Soma is drank and different types of plants and mantras are offer to the fire pit. The fire pot is also apart of the Zoroastrian Yasna, but fire is used by both religions differently. The vehicle of fire to the Zoroastrians is a means of judgement and purification for the priest, and allows for pure communication with Ahura Mazda; where as the Agni is fire and the offerings with the mantras is how the Vedic Hindu priest sends his sacrifice to the Deva.
We use the Devil’s Yasna to give Angra Mainyu the same type of sustaining worship and sacrifice, while attacking Ahura Mazda and the Ahuras. We collect menses fluid and other sexually charged fluids in a menses pot. This menses pot is used to corrupt the altar area with the fluids collected and costume blood is used as filler, and the blood is also used in the same way milk is poured over an idol of Shiva or a Shiva Lingam. While this ritual is occurring, congregants or encouraged to meditate and offer up visualization of their desires that they are working toward. At the end, the congregants perform the Yatus Confirmation, which gives them the opportunity to commune with Nanshait and offer sacrifice.
The outdoor fire ritual, is different and is used to celebrate the Solstices and Equinoxes. These rituals are designed to offer up specific types of poisons as sacrifice to the Daeva. We burn sulfur, nightshade, and blood root knowing damn well what types of effects it can have on our person. The soma sacrifice is also mixed with the fly amanita to bring about control to the effect. The head clergy burns the noxious poisons, and the congregants sacrifice nails or hair, sexual/menses fluids, and feces. This filth is offered to the Daeva by Agni.
High Magic Rituals are a Tantric process that requires the milking of chakras between the priest and spiritual flesh altar. We have a systematic way of the couple to pop open each other’s base chakras through oral sex and mutual masturbation. Then the couple become connected at the Anahata Chakra we their combined energy and will connect. Then together is specific tantric sexual concourse, the priest opens his Ajna Chakra to press the visual magical desire. The spiritual flesh altar’s Crown Chakra is milked open by a uterine orgasm, thus the priest’s organism pushes all the visual magical desire, combined will, and the superimposed Daeve through the Altar’s chakras; into Purusha to create the magical effect on both sides of reality.
These sacrifices are what give the Daeva the energy to sustain themselves. The sexual energy gives the extra to work our desires communicated to them. The Tantric Sexual Sacrifice is how communicate with Purusha, and allow the Daeva to weave the change in the Purusha. This creates the long term affects to both sides of reality. The purpose of sacrifice to work with the Daeva on a respectful level, instead of torture in an entrapping symbol.
Yatus Core Cosmology
|Properties||Root Chakra Muladhara||Jupiter|
|Stone||Fire Agate/Onyx||Yellow Sapphire|
|Properties||Sacral Chakra Swadhisthana||Moon|
|Stone||Dragon’s Eye/Fire Opal||Pearl|
|Properties||Naval Chakra Manipura||Sun|
|Properties||Heart Chakra Anahata||Mars|
|Properties||Throat Chakra Vishuddha||Venus|
|Stone||Lapis Lazuli/Blue Opal||Diamond|
|Properties||Brow Chakra Ajna||Mercury|
|Deity||Aka Manah||Aka Manah|
|Stone||Lapis Lazuli/Chev Anethyst||Emerald|
|Properties||Crown Chakra Sahasrara||Saturn|
|Body||Top of Head||Muscules|
|Stone||Rainbow Moonstone/Tanzanite||Blue Sappire|
|Ajna||Aka Manah/Mind||Mercury||Aka Manah/Skin||Hakini/Marrow|
|Aka Manah||North West||Ajna||Mercury||Yam|
|Khusak||Ear of Grain||8/18-9/16||Air||Virgo|
|Hamaspath-Maidyem||Mid path of all, New Year||3/16-3/20||Pisces|
To celebrate the official publication, we are having a workshop over Dastur Adam’s book. It will be at the local metaphysical shop, Once Upon a Silver Moon: Workshop will include a copy of the Book, amulet, quartz crystal, black candle, and incense. After the workshop we will show, The Real Enemy. This is an independent documentary on last year’s Black Mass.
In Arabia, there lived a noble king. His name was Mardas (also called Khrutasp of Babylon). He had only one son, Zohak, who was brave but also very rash and ambitious. Ahriman (Satan) decided to corrupt Zohak. He sent Evil, disguised as a well-wisher called Ablis, to the court. Praising Zohak for his valour and wisdom, he brought the young man completely under his influence. Ablis told him “I have great knowledge and if you obey me, I will make you master of the world. But you must pledge yourself fully to me and swear that you will always do what I tell you to do”. Zohak foolishly agreed. The first task he was given by Ahriman horrified him, because it was to kill his own father and become king: “For while your old father lives, you will remain unknown”. Zohak could not however break away from Satan and followed the evil plan.
The old king used to go to his garden before dawn to take a bath and prepare for his prayers. Zohak was made to dig a deep pit in the path, plant sharp stakes there and cover it with straw. Mardas fell into the pit and died and Zohak crowned himself King of the Arabs.
Zohak learnt the art of black magic from Ahriman and began to rule. Satan now appeared to Zohak in the form of a sweet-tongued young man who was an expert cook. He succeeded in being made the chief cook in the palace. Till that time, most food had been cooked from vegetables and herbs, for men ate “what grew from the earth”. Satan fed Zohak a delicious dish made with eggs. Then every day he slaughtered a different bird or animal and served these dishes – partridge, chicken, lamb, veal and other such animals. He fed Zohak with blood and the royal prince wanted more and more such food.
“O flesh of every beast and every bird
He brought him one by one as he preferred
And like a lion nourished him with blood
So as to make the king bold on such food”
Zohak believed that eating flesh made him strong and brave like a lion, and called the cook to thank him.The cook asked for a boon. “If the king takes pleasure in thy servant, grant that he may kiss thy shoulders”. Zohak gave permission, the cook kissed him on his shoulders, and immediately the earth opened beneath his feet and the cook disappeared. All the courtiers were very agitated. But as they turned around they saw that from the king’s shoulders sprang two hissing serpents, black and poisonous. The king was terrified and commanded they should be cut off. But every time the snakes were cut they grew again and the whole court was in despair.
Satan once again appeared disguised as a learned doctor and declared
“What is done is done.
Feed them to turn them calm …
No other remedy the case will meet
Save brains of men give ye them to eat”
It was Satan’s secret plan to make sure that two young humans were killed daily to feed Zohak, for in this way he ultimately schemed to rid the world of human beings. Zohak fed the brains of two young men daily to his snakes and fear and terror of the king spread through the land.
Two young Iranian brothers, Armail and Karmail, tried to prevent total slaughter and joined the palace as cooks. Every day they rescued the life of one man brought to the kitchens and replaced his brain with the brain of a sheep. In this way they saved hundreds of lives. The youths who were rescued were told to flee to the mountains and forests and never come back. These people started leading nomadic lives in the wilderness and it is believed that the present day Kurds are their descendants.
King Jamshed at this time had become weak by disobeying Ahura Mazda, and as Zohak’s power spread, the nobles of Iran thought he could restore peace. Zohak marched into Iran and crowned himself. Finally, Zohak found king Jamshed, who had fled the country, and killed him by having his body cut into two parts. Zohak took Jamshed’s two sisters, Shernaz and Arnavaz, into his harem. So Zohak, having his sold his soul to the devil, now was king of Arabia, Iran and the surrounding country, and he believed he was king of the world. It was a sad time, for every day men were killed in court to satisfy the snakes. Evil and vice spread all over the world and virtue hid its face.
Ahura Mazda now saw that the people had learnt that evil only begets evil. He wanted to stop the suffering of the earth. He therefore caused a grandson to be born to Jamshed who was named Faridun. Zohak had a terrible dream:
“A youth was there
Tall as a Cypress and with kingly air.
With loins all girded and of royal grace
He carried in his hands a bull –headed mace
Zohak he fierce attacked, to battle led
And struck with ox-headed mace upon his head”.
The tyrant called wise men to interpret his dream. They were frightened to tell the king the truth but finally, one brave priest named Zirak, interpreted the dream thus: “There will arise one named Faridun, who shall inherit your throne and strike you down with a bull-headed mace”. Zohak swooned in anger and fear, but when he recovered he sent his warriors out to search for Faridun.
Abtin, a young and handsome man, was Faridun’s father. He used to stay in hiding from Zohak’s cruelty but was finally caught and killed. Faridun’s mother, Faranak, kept the boy hidden in a thick forest where a wondrous cow named Purmayah nursed him. Purmayah’s hair was the colour of a peacock’s feather. When Zohak came to learn of this hiding place, Faridun’s mother fled to a holy man on Mount Alburz and asked him to guard and protect the boy. Zohak had discovered Purmayah in the forest. In his anger that Faridun had escaped, he killed the cow and destroyed the whole forest, turning it into a barren desert. At the age of sixteen, Faridun learnt the truth about his father and his birth. Hearing of Zohak’s cruelty, Faridun was keen to take revenge, but his mother told him to wait till he had allies to help him in his destined task.
Zohak, in his fury, demanded that all his people declare him a just and noble king and sign the Mehzar Nameh or pledge of loyalty. Most obeyed out of fear, but one man named Kaveh refused in anger. He told his story to all: “I am Kaveh, a blacksmith, I want justice against the king. I had seventeen fair sons; you, King, have killed sixteen to satisfy your serpents and have now told me to send my last child. I will not do so”. Zohak, fearing that the people were turning against him, tried to bribe Kaveh, granted the life of his son and appealed to Kaveh to state that he was a noble and just king. Kaveh angrily rejected the king and strode out from the palace to the market place where he stirred up the oppressed people against the evil Zohak. Kaveh took off his blacksmith’s leather apron, and putting it on the point of a lance, raised it as the flag of freedom. He declared that he and the people would find Faridun to free them from Zohak. This banner made by Kaveh became Iran’s national flag for five dynasties and came to be called the Drafshe Kavyani or Kavyani Zundo (the royal flag).
The crowd of people marched with Kaveh to Faridun’s mother’s home, holding up this flag. Faridun knew that it was time to reclaim Jamshed’s throne. He asked for his mother’s blessings, had a bull-headed iron mace made to remind him of the cow Purmayah who had nursed and protected him, and embroidered the leather apron of Kaveh with his mother’s jewels because it was to be the flag of freedom. The army set forth to search for Zohak. After crossing the river Tigris, they reached the palace of the king. All the people of the city (Beitul Mukaddas) rallied to Faridun who freed Jamshed’s two sisters Shernaz and Arnavaz. Faridun was declared the king.
Zohak returned with an army but the people of the city threw bricks and stones from their city towers on the tyrant, and Faridun’s army shattered Zohak’s forces. Zohak and Faridun came face to face, but even as the young man raised his bull-headed mace to crush Zohak, the angel Sarosh swooped down and proclaimed “Strike not; not yet has come his time for death”. Sarosh told Faridun to take Zohak to Mount Demavand and bind him to a rock. There the hot sun punished him for his deeds, the chains cut into his flesh and his tongue was parched with thirst. Legend says that Zohak is still imprisoned on Mount Demavand, and every night he cuts at the iron chains that bind him and makes them thin. But just as they are about to snap, morning dawns with the crow of the rooster (allegorically it means the forces of evil are powerful at night but the good forces symbolized by the rooster, bird of angel Sarosh, become powerful in the light of day and forces evil to retreat) which restores the chains to their original size. So Zohak eternally suffers some of the cruelty that he had inflicted on others.
Faridun took over Zohak’s kingdom and reigned in his place.
Kundalini rising or awareness is represented by 2 snkaes Shiva and Shakti
Shiva and Shakti
Consciousness and Energy
Amongst the attributes of the Chakras we meet two important symbols: Shiva and Shakti.
SHIVA symbolises consciousness, the masculine principle.
SHAKTI symbolises the feminine principle, the activating power and energy.
Whenever a power becomes active, and wherever energy exists, Shakti is working. Other terms for these primal principles are PURUSHA and PRAKRITI; Purusha is consciousness and Prakriti is nature.
Lord Shiva is generally portrayed holding a trident, which represents the trinity of Īshwara, Purusha and Prakriti .
Īshwara is the omnipresent, eternal, formless divine principle; Purusha is the Ātmā and Prakriti is the manifestation, nature. An electric light can be used to explain their relationship. The electric current, which is the source of the light, is Īshwara; the light is Purusha, and the object that is illuminated is Prakriti.
SHAKTI (or Prakriti) means energy, power, movement, change, nature. It is the maternal principle – the provider, abundance. In the human as well as in the animal kingdom the mother offers nourishment, warmth and security. There is no greater love than the love of a mother. The mother carries and nourishes the child in her own body. When it is born she provides it with mother’s milk and raises it at the sacrifice of her own self until it becomes self-reliant.
SHIVA (or Purusha), on the other hand, is pure consciousness – the unchanging, unlimited and unswayable observer. Purusha has no desires whatsoever; these are inherent only in Prakriti. Purusha is the empty, clear screen onto which Prakriti projects her colourful film.
Shiva and Shakti are manifestations of the all-in-one divine consciousness – different sides of the same coin. In many pictures these two primal powers are each depicted as being one half of the same image; one side female and one side male. The left side is the Divine Mother, Pārvatī, the “feminine” energy, and the right side represents Shiva, the “masculine” consciousness.
Through the splitting of the primordial principle at the advent of creation the duality within our lives came into being, together with a strong force that is constantly striving to re-unite with the other part.
Only when Shiva and Shakti combine can action, movement and creation arise. Until energy is impregnated with consciousness it is ignorant, disordered, aimless and “blind”. Energy alone can produce nothing; consciousness bestows upon it content, form and direction. Conversely, consciousness without energy is dormant power, sleeping energy, and on its own is unable to be the cause of anything. Just as Prakriti without Purusha is unable to act, and vice versa, Purusha without Prakriti is also incapable of creating anything.
The meaning of Shiva and Shakti is occasionally misunderstood when Shiva and Shakti are looked upon as “man” and “woman” and their union is regarded as a sexual relationship. Sexuality is something completely natural, and misunderstanding arises only when sexuality and spirituality are mixed.
- Sexuality is the union of man and woman
- Spirituality is the union of the human and the divine consciousness.
Shiva and Shakti exist within each of us as the masculine and feminine principles. This has an effect on the physical level – it is the cause of sexual attraction. Within man there exists a tendency towards the feminine qualities, and within woman a tendency towards the masculine. Through this the masculine consciousness is attracted by the feminine and vice versa. If both are in balance there is no sexual attraction. But if a tendency for the masculine predominates in man, or the feminine in woman, this results in a preference for a homosexual partner.
Shiva resides in the Sahasrāra Chakra and Shakti in the Mūlādhāra Chakra. When Prakriti and Purusha unite in the Sahasrāra Chakra, knowledge, knower and the object of knowledge become one. Once we have experienced this no desires remain within us because we realise unequivocally that everything we have ever yearned for is carried within us. In this state of absolute consciousness there are no polarities and therefore no more sorrows; there is only everlasting joy, unconditional love, unlimited compassion and total understanding for all living beings.
For as long as consciousness is connected to the physical body it is unable to remain constantly in the Sahasrāra Chakra and so returns to the residence of the Ātmā in the Heart Centre (Anāhata Chakra). A realised person always thinks, feels and acts from the heart. Embedded in eternal love and eternal happiness, that person is always conscious of the immortal Ātmā, the ocean of bliss, and their consciousness is forever connected to the divine consciousness.
- Shakti is the motherly love of God that surrounds us with warmth, caring and protection.
- Shiva is the paternal love of God that gives us consciousness, clarity and knowledge.
I wish for you the blessing of the Divine Mother who lives within you as energy and vitality, and the blessing of the Divine Father who resides within you as consciousness and knowledge. May they always take care of you, protect you and guide you, and in their infinite love lead you to the cosmic consciousness.
Here is another blatant example of Zoroastrianism demonizing Vedic Hinduism. As a Yatus walking the path of the Traditional Ahrimanic Religion, it should be simple to find that between the 2 opposing ideas, great power is found elevating the 2 serpents through the Chakras. On this path Shiva is known as Nanshait, and the corruption of Anahita is Jahi. These are the internal serpents laying dormant with in us and hold tremendous power we can unlock and in the end, allow us to receive Father Ahriman’s decree without the reliance of Melek Taus. The son’s connection to the mother is strong bond, and as we bond with Father Ahriman, we also bond with Purusha (universal essence). The Daeva guardians of our Chakra, are also planetary guardians as well. This is our link to universal power.
Muladhara (Anus Chakra) Guru (Jupiter)
Muladhara Chakra (Root):
Daeva: Vedic Indra
Mantra: LAM (Vam, S’am, Sham, Sam)
Stones: Fire Agate and Black Onyx
Grahas Guru (Jupiter):
Daeva: Vedic Indra
Stone: Yellow Sapphire
Svadhisthana Chakra (Sacral):
Mantra: Vam (Ba, Bha, Ma, Yu, Ra, La)
Stones: Dragon’s Eye and Fire Opal
Grahas Chandra (Moon):
Manipura Chakra (Naval):
Body: Feet (movement)
Mantra: Ram (Dda, Ddha, Nna, Ta, Tha, Da, Dha, Na, Pa, Pha)
Stones: Sulphur and Tiger Eye
Grahas Ravi (Sun):
Anahata Chakra (Heart):
Body: Hands (working)
Mantra: Yam (Kam, Kham, Gam, Gham, Ngam, Cham, Chham, Jam, Jham, Nyam, Tam, Tham)
Stones: Green Apatite and Serpentine Stone
Grahas Kuja (Mars):
Vishuddha Chakra (Throat):
Body: Vocal Cords
Mantra: Ham (A, A, I, I, U, U, R, R, L, L, E, Ai, O, Au, An, Am, Ah, Pa, Pa, Pi, Pi, Pu, Pu, Pr, Pl, Pl, Pe, Pai, Po, Pou, Pan, Pam, Pah)
Stones: Lapis Lazuli and Blue Opal
Grahas Sukra (Venus):
Ajna Chakra (Brow):
Daeva: Aka Manah
Element: Spiritual Essence
Body: Pineal Gland
Mantra: Aum (Om)
Stones: Lapis Lazuli and Chevron Amethyst
Grahas Budha (Mercury):
Daeva: Aka Manah
Sahasrara Chakra (Crown):
Daeva: Angra Mainyu
Element: Beyond Space and Time
Sense: Spirit (Subconscious)
Mantra: Silence (Completely comfortable in silence with individual fulfillment, possessing abounding apathy.)
Stones: Rainbow Moonstone and Tanzanite
Grahas Sani (Saturn):
Daeva: Melek Taus
Stone: Blue Sapphire
The Sanskrit word ‘Lingam’ means symbol. Thus the literal meaning of Shiva Lingam is the symbol of Shiva. The Supreme Shiva doesn’t have a form and every form is his form. The Shiva Lingam represents him, the Supreme Shiva¸ who is formless. The way when we see a smoke, we infer the presence of fire, the moment we see Shiva Lingam we immediately visualize the existence of the Supreme Shiva.
Symbolisms of the Linga
The Shiva linga represents the ascending energy of consciousness and life in nature. We see this in such forms as the mountain, the thunder cloud, the tree, and the upright human being. Many lingas like that at Kedarnath – the most important Shiva site in the Himalayas – are rocks in the shape of small mountains. Many other lingas are associated with light, the lingas of the Sun, the Moon and Fire. There are the twelve famous Jyotirlingas or light forms of Shiva at twelve special temples throughout India.
The state of Tamil Nadu has special Shiva linga forms for the five elements with lingas of earth, water, fire, air and ether at special temples in the region. In this regard, each element has its Shiva linga or determinative force. The famous hill of Arunachala, where the great enlightened sage Ramana Maharshi stayed, is said to be the fire linga of lord Shiva.
Other Shiva lingas are associated with gold or crystal, the light powers in the metal kingdom. The Shiva linga is often described in terms of light, crystal or transparency. Shiva himself is said to be pure light or light in its primal undifferentiated state, Prakasha matra.
The Shiva linga is connected to the upward pointed triangle, which is also the symbol of fire. The linga is present in the male sexual organ both in plants and in animals. But we should not ignore its other forms in recognizing that. The worship of the linga is connected more generally to a worship of pillars, obelisks, standing stones and pyramids. Tantric linga worship is connected to Vedic pillar worship (the Vedic stambha, skambha, dharuna), which has parallels throughout the ancient world and in indigenous cultures in general who can still perceive the spiritual powers behind the formations of nature.
The Shiva linga is often a pillar of light. In special Vedic fire rituals, the fire could be made to rise in the shape of a pillar which could also then take the shape of a man! In fact, the term Dharma originally refers to what upholds things and can be symbolized by a pillar. The Shiva linga is the universal pillar of Dharma. The pillar is also an inner symbol indicating the erect spine and concentrated mind.
In terms of our human nature, there are several lingas or characteristic marks. The force of Prana is the linga or pillar force upholding the physical body according to the currents that emanate from it. This is the inner ‘Prana Linga’. Our deeper intelligence or Buddhi provides us the power of insight to discern higher realities, the ‘Buddhi Linga’. The Atman or higher Self is the ultimate linga or determinative force of our nature that remains steady and elevated (transcendent) throughout all of our life experience, the ‘Atma Linga’.
The linga and the yoni always go together, first of all on the level of opposites, as the upward and downward pointed triangles. The linga with the yoni below it, the standing stone and the ring base, show the union of male and female energies, not just in sexuality, but also as electro-magnetic forces.
In addition, the linga in its movement creates a yoni, just as a point in its movement can create a circle. We can see this in the circular movement of the stars, planets and nebulae, as well as many other diverse phenomena in the world of nature. The central luminary is the linga and its field of revolution is the yoni. The planets form a yoni or circle as they revolve around the Sun as the linga, of the solar system, its central principle or axis. Yet the Sun itself is revolving around other stars and creating a yoni or circle of its own.
Stonehenge, and other similar sacred sites that have standing stones formed into great circles, show the union of the linga and the yoni, the cosmic male and female or Shiva-Shakti principles. The linga and the yoni are also united in the chakra or the wheel, with the linga as the axis and the yoni as the circumference. The Hindu usage of chakras in ritual and in art also reflects these two powers. Each chakra of the subtle body shows the union of the Shiva and Shakti energies operative at its particular level of manifestation.
The Shiva energy is the upward current running through the spine or Sushumna and the Shakti energy is the horizontal current through which it travels, forming the various lotuses of the chakras. Together they form a spiral of forces. Both forces are necessary to create this dynamic motion.
The experience of the Shiva linga in Yogic meditation is an experience of a pillar of light, energy, peace and eternity, expanding the mind, opening the inner eye and bringing deep peace and steadiness to the heart. From it radiate waves, currents, circles and whirlpools of Shakti spreading this grace, love and wisdom to all. To concentrate our awareness in the linga is one of the best ways of meditation, calming the mind and putting us in touch with our inner Being and Witness beyond all the agitation and sorrow of the world.
In Ayurvedic healing, the creation of the Prana linga or concentration of Prana at a subtle level is what allows deep healing and rejuvenation to occur. In Vedic astrology, the Shiva linga represents the power of light behind the Sun, Moon, planets and stars. In Vastu Shastra, the Shiva linga is used to stabilize the spiritual and vital energy in a house, as a conduit of cosmic forces.
To understand the ultimate secrets of life we must be able to look at the primal powers of existence, including the needs for sex and food, according to their broader connections and universal implications. Human sexuality is only one of the many manifestations of the cosmic forces of duality, of a greater Divine sexuality as it were, which transcends all creaturely existence.
We must learn to see the cosmic energy behind human sexuality rather than try to reduce spiritual polarities to our own physical and emotional inclinations. This is another aspect of Yoga in which we must look beyond human psychology to the universal consciousness.
It is the Black Lingam, that represents the Black Sun. The core of the Earth that which holds the power for the God of this world. This Lingam is seen as the spine that the serpents climb as they interact with each chakra. Through these combinations of meditations, mantras, yantras, stones, and Daeva we can spiritually move forward from Angra Mainyu followers to Devotees. This is the path to universal understanding through the Devil’s Eyes.