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Old 22-06-2014, 12:12 AM   #770
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Lightbulb Ever-Burning Lamp The Spark of the Spirit Light

Just a spontaneous idea popped into my head >>>>

The Ever-Burning Lamp The Spark of the Spirit Light

Could this be the Keystone knowledge; the light giving tool within the inner Cave & is what the Ark/Arc/Arch connection was all about; in a physical & Spiritual philosophical way .....
the Special designed Box with different metals types creating Electrical current which keeps the Spark of Light going indefinite & into eternity in a Spiritual way of thinking?

Very interesting stuff ........ I may get closer to the truth mystery of it all?
I like to see the real Ark giving a constant Spark frequency because of it special design of our intelligent Forefathers being already highly advanced in there way & within there practical ideas!

The ordinary Englishman of to-day considers the idea of a lamp which should be ever-burning only less absurd than the idea of perpetual motion.

To the dabbler in modern science it is but little less absurd, but to the deepest thinkers, (Like myself!)and to Rosicrucians, a scintilla of light appears on this mysterious subject. >>> Well look what I got out of it in my gif image below?

The true adept has discovered that although Nature is bound in general laws which seem universal, yet in Nature herself evidence may be found, when properly searched for, that at certain times and seasons, and in certain modes, unknown to us, her laws are over-ridden and replaced by a power to which she, the mighty mother, has herself to bow.

The pages of the history of the world present to us many instances of such events, which we generally class as miracles; some of them are as well authenticated as any points in ancient history. The Israelitic passage of the Red Sea, the swallowing of Jonah by a whale which brought him forth again alive, and the Ascension of Jesus, are examples.

The power of prophesy is a contradiction of the ordinary powers of earthly beings, and is so far miraculous. Angel visitors come but rarely now from the realms of glory; is heaven more distant? Or have men grown cold?

Rosicrucians are nothing if not Christians, and Christians have ever believed in miracle, or have ever acknowledged the existence of an Omnipotence who can act at times in such a manner as to leave the traces and steps of the process so hidden as to tempt scoffers to doubt, and doubters to scoff.

But although perpetual motion be but a dream to us earthbound mortals, we do not doubt a future perpetual existence, and it is as reasonable to picture to our self a perpetual flame, as an Eternity of Life. The ancient Egyptian priests pictured life as a flame. The Great Master of the Temple of this world being omnipotent, and able to do all things, does not usually proceed by miracles, or they will not be prized as such; an essence of miracle is rarity, a miracle imitated is not a second miracle.

Ordinary events, then, being the extreme of opposition to miracle, there are yet events of a third and intermediate type, marvels, which cannot be understood by the people, but which are yet the product of a special gift to certain men, their spirits, minds, and bodies, who by due, careful, and sufficient training, wisdom and experience, have earned such a reward.

Such should the typical Rosicrucian be, a terrestrial earthly Body, the Temple in which dwells a mind trained to understand the powers of Nature, and enshrined within this, as a canopy, should sit a Divine afflatus, a portion of the Spirit of God, an ala of the Celestial Dove who brooded over the chaos, and this spirit may by patent submission to Deity, and by active efforts at power, draw down to itself a commission to work wonders, and so do "not as other men do."

The great tendency of the modern times has been to reduce all men to a level, a dead level, of mediocrity, an effort fatal to the supremacy of individuals, and which has tended to discourage research into the Hidden Mysteries of Nature and Science, as opposed to the parrot-like study of what are known as modern sciences, a study of enormous value to mankind, but yet not the stepping stones on the direct road to Deity.

History then narrates the lives of many men, who, from the exhibition of uncommon powers and transcendent abilities and wisdom, are pointed out as the possessors of what we may fairly call occult Inspiration, "Poeta nascitur non fit;" but I should add "Magus nascitur non solum fit."

No accident of birth alone can make a Magician, but intensity of duly directed effort may do so in a certain number of persons with specially favorable mental powers. We may be all born with an equal right to existence; but it is absurd to say we are all to be chiefs or Magi, for, as we are told in the Master's Degree, "some must rule, and some obey."

In 1484 died Christian Rosenkreuz, our great prototype; he was such a man; by the dispositions he made, and the Society he designed, he shook the whole Christian world for a century of years, and laid the first stones of the edifice we are still building to-day. In his tomb, when it was opened by the Fratres, in 1604, or 120 years after his decease, were found, besides other mysterious articles, lamps of a special and peculiar construction; hence the study of Sepulchral Lamps is one particularly germane to us.

The discovery of lamps in ancient sepulchres, in some cases extinguished, in others burning with brilliance, was no rarity in the middle ages; but the destroying hands of the Goth and the Vandal have left few ancient tombs for modern research to explore. We have to content ourselves with the observations and reports of our forefathers, the narratives of Arabian, Roman, and mediaeval authors. No fewer than 170 such authorities have written on this subject. Many of these references, in Greek and Latin literature, to lucent bodies, phosphorescence, and "mystic lamps found in tombs," deserve study, and will repay perusal.

The Darkness of Death and the Darkness of the Tomb are, and have ever been, common phrases; no wonder, then, that the ancients sought to minimize it. Hence we find that the relatives of a deceased person were desirous of relieving the gloom hanging over the grave of a beloved wife, kind parent, or respected brother, by any means in their power.

To include in the tomb a lamp and leave it burning was a kindly attention, even if it burned but one short hour; it was an offering to Pluto, to the Manes; it kept away spirits of evil, and preserved peace to the dead man: this knowledge of the limited time such a lamp could possibly remain alight acted, doubtless, as a stimulus to the discovery of a means of prolonging the burning power of a lamp indefinitely, and if I read history aright, in at least a few instances, the problem has been solved; so far at any rate as the manufacture of a lamp which should burn until deranged by the barbarian invader of its precincts.

I shall narrate a few examples, premising that these are instances of different modes of obtaining the desired effect; besides these instances the ancient Latin authors speak of the use as illuminants, not alone of lamps, but of natural lucent bodies, which would suffice to dispel the gloom to some slight extent. Such were the diamond, the carbuncle, the glow-worm, the exposure of phosphorus to the air, the ignition of certain substances which burn alone without any wick or arrangement, such as camphor, which will burn even floating on water.

The presence of a combustible gas, which issues from clefts in the rock in some mines and caverns, seems to have been known, and was probably taken advantage of by the ancient sages to enhance the mystery and majesty of their secret rites.

It is very possible that some of the priests of old were aware of the lucent property of some forms of sulphide of calcium, which have attracted much attention the last few years, in the shape of luminous paint.

I will submit also that references exist in the history of remote ages to suggest the mysterious light now so freely handled and produced by electricity was not unknown to the ancient sages.

Numa, King of Rome, studied electricity, and left pupils of his art, of whom we are told was his successor Tullus Hostilius, who was destroyed whilst endeavoring to draw down from heaven and coerce the electric fluid from thunder clouds, or, as they said, front Jupiter Tonans.

Ever-Burning Lamp within the Cave; The Spark of the Spirit Light

The Light (Lamp) which should ever burning?
Makes sense to me; in two distinctive ways but they both connected because one can not be without the other.
No Mind, no Spirit will; no idea for anything!

Like 1 + 1 = 2 = the (Idea/inner/Pillar) the (x Spark/Star/Ark/Arc/Arch-connection +) the (Creative/inner Will/Power/Pillars/Poles) equals result out of the union of (the two/resulting Light/Star Wisdom/the /Sun Light/ the Sons Light/ the shining Star Child)

The two Pillar symbolical; also the two winding Snake ( like two wires (+ -)) around centre positioned lighting rod with the pineal top type to have a stabilised constant flame creation; the Firing Spark between the two snake heads lightening up he pineal top positioned on top of the rod too Light up the Lamp!

YES, yes, yes makes logical sense!
The Symbolism fits 100%
Look at the Box construction.
The highlow shown in images around the head your arms are the Poles/Pillars. The firing neurons within the brain (the inner light an Spark).
The Ark/the connecting light Arc; the Spark of light.

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Maybe this was what it is all about ...... the "a scintilla of light " >a lamp which should be ever-burning<.
The creation and design of a box with different materials which react in specific condition which then produce a Electrical
current which then again creates a repeating Frequency Spark action between the close points of the wing section.
The Electrical arc which is so bride you could not bare to look at if great enough current is produced like a high voltage lightening strike.

But on the philosophical side it also could point clearly to your ever creating, creative & constructive logical Spiritual mindset! ...... the "a scintilla of light " >a lamp which should be ever-burning<.

Also like a inner light, Flame, Fire (Spark) which gives light & which never can be extinguished.
Same here; if the spiritual inner light gets active no one can bare to look at it (all can not look a the light of truth) it wil blind the onlooker.

The Ark, the Arc the Spark of knowledge & truth = the Spirit Mind & Will of resulting Wisdom ...... the light you can not bare to look at!
The ever burning Fire (Flame, Sparks) within the darkness of the inner cave illuminating the entire cave & inner Earth where Adam was buried.

And he said: let there be light ......... & it was so!

could I possibly have found something of importance?

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