Synchronicity The term synchronicity is coined by Jung to express a concept that belongs to him. It is about acausal connection of two or more psycho-physic phenomena. This concept was inspired to him by a patient’s case that was in situation of impasse in treatment. Her exaggerate rationalism (animus inflation) was holding her back from assimilating unconscious materials. One night, the patient dreamt a golden scarab - cetonia aurata. The next day, during the psychotherapy session, a real insect this time, hit against the Jung’s cabinet window. Jung caught it and discovered surprisingly that it was a golden scarab; a very rare presence for that climate. So, the idea is all about coincidence: in this case, between the scarab dreamt by the patient and its appearance in reality, in the psychotherapy cabinet. But this coincidence is not senseless, a simple coincidence. By using the amplification method, Jung associates in connection with the scarab and comes to the concept of death and rebirth from the esoteric philosophy of antiquity, a process that, in a symbolic way, the patient should experience for a renewal and vitalization of her unilateral personality, the cause of the neurosis she was suffering from. Thus, a significant coincidence of physical and psychological phenomena that are acausal connected. Behind all these phenomena Jung places the archetype or the constellation of an archetype , which, in his view, is a process that engages equally objective manifestations, in the physical world, and subjective ones, in the psychological universe. Synchronicity, as an explicative theory, applies to phenomena from the area of parapsychology, prevision and premonition, to I Ching (specific method of consulting the Oracle of Changes), to astrology and many other borderline fields. It is also present in psychotherapy, as we have already shown. Several psychoanalysts noted certain strange coincidences in which their patients received information about them by extra-sensorial ways, information that was not accessible to the general public(Carl Jung Resources, 2016).

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Elder Futhark: Perthro
Anglo-Saxon Futhorc: Peorth
Younger Futhark: **
Armanen Futhork: **

Letter: P

Number: 14

Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem:

Peorth is a source of recreation and amusement to the great, where warriors sit blithely together in the banqueting-hall.

Old Icelandic Rune Poem:

**Perthro does not show up in the Younger Futhark.**

Norwegian Rune Poem:

**Perthro does not show up in the Younger…

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If you hold a great destiny, likely your life challenges & struggles will be even greater.. Your karmic energy is designed this way, so that you can pick up lessons with greater ease & wisdom that will surpass your own earthly years.

I hate to sound like a religious fanatic & superstitious being who does not wish to accept responsibility over their life, but when shaitan (the darkest/densest form of energy known), knows that you will one day be a great source of light, he will send to you so many obstacles to trip you up, so much energy that will take the shape of negative & self crippling thought.
You HAVE to re-claim your desire to walk in light daily..
Prayer/meditation as soon as you wake up.. Notice this shift your energetic vibration.
Adorn yourself in powerful spiritual imagery, rosary beads, ankhs etc.. Whatever works for you, i myself like to walk with an evil eye pendant bracelet… Even if you dub this merely placebo, it is an indication to spirit & others that you see that you wish to walk in divine light.
- Cindy Anneh-bu


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“To enchant literally means "to sing to.” To enchant something means that you load, or charge, the object with your personal power and positive intentions. This “enchantment” segment is a two-part process, as first you send energy into the candle when you enchant it, and then that programmed energy is released as the spell candle burns.“

- Ellen Dugan
Practical Prosperity Magick: Crafting Success & Abundance

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An old alchemist gave the following consolation to one of his disciples: “No matter how isolated you are and how lonely you feel, if you do your work truly and conscientiously, unknown friends will come and seek you.”

- C. G. Jung: Letters, Volume II, p. 595.

“Magic is the mother of eternity, of the being of all beings; for it creates itself, and is understood in desire.

It is in itself nothing but a will, and this will is the great mystery of all wonders and secrets, but brings itself by the imagination of the desireful hunger into being.

It is the original state of Nature. Its desire makes an imagination, and imagination or figuration is only the will of desire. But desire makes in the will such a being as the will in itself is.”

~ Jacob Böhme 

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“Whoever wants to awaken Consciousness should work here and now. We have the Consciousness incarnated and that is why we should work it here and now. Whoever awakens Consciousness here in this physical world awakens in all the worlds.The one who awakens Consciousness in this three-dimensional world, awakens in the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh dimensions. The one who wants to live consciously in the superior worlds should awaken here and now.”

— Samael Aun Weor 

Michael Maier - Symbols of the Synthesis of the Great Alchemical Work, “Tripus Aureus“, 1618.

4 Sides = 4 Elements
3 Serpents = Tria Prima (Sulphur, Salt, Mercury)
2 Circles = Masculine and Feminine Properties
Circle attached to the Tube = Hermetic Vase.