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Open your 3rd eye and discover hidden things!

Opening your 3rd eye will give you access to hidden things from the view and perception of ordinary mortals. It will allow you to transcend your human condition and to experience modified states of consciousness. Your third eye is the one who is connected to the source of all knowledge, it is omniscient, omnipresent, even if you do not pay attention to it; Thanks to him, you can feel what people think, what they hide from you without they need to tell you, you will be able to live experiences of mindfulness and to unveil the invisible dimensions and access to superior Levels of consciousness.

What is the third eye?

The third eye (also called “eye of the soul” or “inner eye“) refers to the gaze beyond matter. Of oriental origin, this esoteric and mystical metaphor mainly reflects self-knowledge. Symbolically, it is thus represented between the eyebrows, in the middle of the forehead.

Some authors, such as the French philosopher René Descartes, have suggested that this third eye illustrates the pineal gland, located between the two hemispheres of the brain. For Descartes, it would even be “the seat of the soul“.

Your 3rd eye could be that of that intuition that you listen to from time to time, without asking for anything, but doing it naturally because its function is to help, guide and protect you. Here, it will have a considerable place and will show you more precisely everything you need to know about your surroundings, your environment and even feelings. You will know all that you need to know and you will see everything you will have to see, without actually understanding it, by any means (dreams, signs, etc.), quite simply.

In ancient Egypt, the eye of Horus symbolized the pineal gland considered by the Egyptians as the door to penetrate into dimensions different from that of men.

Let’s see how to open this door…

An advice: Not “all” knowledge can also be beneficial to you and protects you according to the experience you have come to live on Earth. If you are not sure that you want to be able to accept the different realities that exist, for fear of being psychically disturbed, do not do it. Wait for the right time, you must feel ready, do not just curiosity!


Ritual to open your third eye


What you need:

  • Lotus incense,
  • A small bowl of water,
  • A small bowl of salt,
  • 1 purple candle,
  • A pyramid or a crystal.

Ideal time to realize it:

  • One day during the Ascending Moon.

Draw a magic circle*. Place all your ingredients inside the circle, close to you to be able to use them afterwards. Do not forget to light your purple candle and your Lotus incense.

Take a pyramid or a piece of crystal in your hand and begin to meditate on your will to discover the hidden secrets of life, the universe.

As soon as you feel ready, grab the bowl of salt in one hand, while holding the pyramid or crystal on the other, turn to the north and say this:

I invoke you, O guardian of the North Tower, by the salt of the earth.

Take the candle, turn south and say:

I invoke you, O guardian of the South Tower, by the sacred fire.

Then take the bowl of water, turn to the west and say:

I invoke you, O guardian of the Tower of the West, by the water of the sky and the rivers.

Take the Lotus Incense, turn east and say:

I invoke you, O guardian of the Eastern Tower, with this perfumed air.

Stay turned east and add:

In the presence of the guardians of the towers, and of the four elements,

I humbly ask you, O Asariel, to open my third eye.

Let me see the past, the present and the future. Allow me to feel what others feel and access all kinds of knowledge.

So be it!

Continue to meditate for a moment, let yourself be imbued with energy and visualize your third eye open. You can then get out of your magic circle and let burn your purple candle as well as incense on your altar. If it is daylight, resume your activities or if it is night, go to bed. In the days that follow, you will soon feel the effects of the opening of your third eye!

*We will develop in a next article the creation of the magic circle.

 

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A great mystery: where does writing come from?

Writing: the mysterious invention that allowed evolution!

Imagine a world without writing… Impossible, you would say! And for good reason: we need it every day! Let us now see how it was born and all its benefits over humanity…

The article on the Fantastic you very much liked, I am delighted. It was a question of evoking the origins of a universe that carries the Nayra saga. Starting from this momentum of origins, I would like to talk with you today about those we particularly love, readers and authors: writing.


What is writing?

Let’s start with the basics: what is writing? It is a means of communication, representing language, through the inscription of signs on various media. Each culture has its own graphic, but respects the same structure: vocabulary, speech, semantics, grammar. A writing system is an organized, language-based method for storing and transmitting messages. These systems can be classified into three categories: semmasiographies (although specialists do not agree to consider them as scriptures), logographic writings and syllabic scriptures.

Where does the writing come from?

According to some, Prehistory ends with the birth of writing. Historically, writing was born 6000 years ago, in Mesopotamia and Egypt, and almost simultaneously, but nevertheless differentiated. However, the recent development of literacy studies leads to a reassessment of the dates of writing. The development of writing has undoubtedly been influenced by pragmatic requirements such as the codification of laws, the exchange of information, the recording of history, and the keeping of financial accounts. Thus, writing allowed the preservation of history.

The alphabet is a system of writing, composed of a set of symbols. “The oldest traces of the ancestor of all the present alphabets are located in the Sinai desert around the fifteenth century BC. J.-C “(Wikipedia source).


Some authors of fantasy and science fiction have invented an imaginary alphabet to develop their universes: the tengwar (The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien), the Enochian (John Dee) …

Some religious systems saw writing as a threat to oral transmission and the existing order. Moreover, according to an ancient Egyptian myth taken up by Platon in the Phaedrus, writing and language were invented by the god Thot, nicknamed the “lord of time”; Considered as the one who holds knowledge and transmits it, as the incarnation of intelligence and speech, charged with transmitting his unlimited knowledge, he would have invented writing to do this! Writing would thus aim to restore order, notably by forming legal systems, to preserve history and to spread knowledge.


The impact of writing

Writing has had a strong cultural and social impact. These effects will be multiplied with the mechanization of writing by printing. It is only necessary to note all the works which are sold by millions in the world and which have a considerable influence on our culture and our way of thinking about life and the world.

The Bible, for example, has passed over 2500 million copies throughout history; The Little Red Book has sold more than 900 million copies and the Koran has more than 800 million copies! These three books have been the most sold in the world for centuries and have never been dethroned until now! These writings have a direct impact on our way of life, our way of thinking and acting.

According to linguists, out of about 3,000 languages listed in the world, hardly a hundred are written.


In conclusion, I find it exciting to say that despite the technologies we have, we are at the moment not sure about the appearance of writing. Each new discovery can challenge the history that we took for granted. Still today, writing remains a great mystery because no one really knows how it appeared … only certainty: without it, we would have a hard time explaining the universe, life and the world, to communicate , To immortalize our memories, to entertain us, to express our emotions, our feelings, to develop our imagination and to leave traces to help the future generations, because writing is what makes us human beings at the forefront of evolution.

“Writing is the painting of the voice,” Voltaire.

Article written by Maud Wlek, author of Nayra.