Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The Ancients and Alchemy

The Vedic myths tell us that churning the ocean of consciousness produces the nectar of immortality. Let's think about this statement. True, it could benefit science but what about consciousness? Alchemy is related to various gums in alchemical texts. As the Bible and other scriptural sources state, fallen or descended angels gave the 'secret' knowledge to the humans living thousands of years ago. Since early written history, man has craved gold and still does. It was chemistry that the ancients were referring to, advanced technology, which they judged as the real power.

So, who were these advanced technician-scientists? Could they be the same ones I have talked about before, the Annunaki, the sons of Anu who landed in Sumeria promising, controlling, experimenting with the existing DNA of the two legged people who lived during that long ago time? If they arranged everything, they possibly could not be the visitors, the Elohim, mentioned in the Bible but intelligence not from our planet. Both the Elohim and the Annunaki had intercourse with the existing species for upgrading purposes. Of course, all that has been written is based upon historical speculation. For instance, the ancients never gave the initiated anything important in the way of esoteric knowledge, only minimal useful teaching. We must exercise discernment on this subject and be very careful what we accept that has been handed down publicly. Those who have the inner wisdom knowledge and spiritual visions understand that there is a philosophic Gold, which is neither wet or dry. It is radiant celestial Light.

In India, alchemy means the science of mercury or the science of the elixir. The word Siddha means a 'perfected one'. The Hindu alchemist associates superhuman powers and bodily immortality with a virtual identification with the godhead. The conclusion of the Vedic leaders was that soma, nectar, is an actual alchemical or metallurgical allergoy. Their purpose was to produce gold and other precious metals for ornamental and trade purposes. In all frankness, they wrote of health, longevity and spiritual immortality in the one Rig Vedic hymn. They wrote about a hermetically sealed soma vessel. But the Vedic soma has a metallurgical basis. Both in Vedic and Western alchemy, gold was an important ingredient in the production of this bread, which could also be a drink. They wrote that three bindus, drops of different colors, were units of desire, white, mixed, and red. And these drops are compared to moon, sun and fire.