COSMIC CREATION CIRCLE IN AFRICAN TRADITION (2)

COSMIC CREATION CIRCLE IN AFRICAN TRADITION (2)

The Circle of African Tradition symbolizes the completeness of its “What it is” and “What it does”. Two examples are Involution (“to wrap up; to cover; to hide) and Evolution (“to unwrap; to unfold; to un-roll). Energy and Matter, in the Immaterial Ocean of Nun, are inactive. Yet, once activated by the powers of the Cosmic Mind, Ancient Africans said that out of the Matter Principle comes the rarified, tenuous, subtle form called Ether. To begin the Cosmos, Ether then started Involution—i.e. producing forms of Matter less and less rarified so as to become progressively more gross. Upon reaching a maximum state of grossness (i.e. it could no longer be wrapped up), there ensued the ‘Moment’s Pause”. Next, the Cosmic Evolutionary Process began–a process urged ever upward, as is known to be occurring today in “outer space.” This Evolving process unwrapped the simple elementary Matter forms of the original tremendously gross forms of Tangible Matter and combined them into more complex and intricate products—products fashioned into greater and greater definition. Simultaneously, the “Primordial Genetics” present in the original Energy and Matter were also instilled into each unwrapping—unfolding–un-rolling in giving rise to a product. Metaphorically, this entire process and its results simulates a white light entering a prism and emerging with seven visible colored rays—i.e. red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. An actuality example is the way the original seven Essences of Cosmic Organism Humanity (present in the Ocean of Nun and orchestrated by the Cosmic Mind) are in each human—the Divine, Will, Spirit, Psychic, Astral, Physiological, and Physical. A “Primordial Mirror” is an analogy elaborating on this “Involution/Evolution” process because, similar to a mirror, it willingly reflects all of the Spiritual Elements “Genetics” contained in its nature—meaning there is a correspondence of the “Genetics” throughout the Cosmos from the most gross level up to the most refined level.

The first offspring of the Original Cosmic Source (present in the Ocean of Nun)—called Archetypes (African for ‘Seed”)–became Spiritual models or patterns used for Prototype copies or imitations throughout the Material Realms. In this manner Involution (how things get rolled up into being the way they are) and Evolution (how things can get out by unrolling back to their origin) brought Order into the Cosmos. By Very Ancient African priest-astronomers seeing evidence of this in certain parts of the Cosmos and by inferring that what was seen was being enveloped in larger cycles of Cosmic existence led them to believe this Orderly process represented the will of God–represented the center of the Great Mother–and represented the union of Spirit and Matter. Furthermore, since these African astronomers used Circumstantial Evidence to infer the path of evolution is a spiral course–a rising from lower to higher, and still higher and higher until Absolute Good is reached—African Sages used these concepts to set-up a corresponding pattern for African Tradition. Because all this was confirmed to be Natural, Real, and Truth, it had to come out of a Spiritual God whose inner nature is Unconditional Love. Hence, these are what constituted the Spiritual Elements and to stay within the flow of those four and evolve ways of living and products out of them constituted the Ma’at (the Spiritual Elements in action) “Right Life-Living” course.

To illustrate the power of this Wholistic Concept, Ancient Africans devised, inside a symbolizing Circle, the Philosophical Cosmic Complementary Equals dynamics of what is now known as Yin/Yang. First, the Circle illustrates the wholeness of Yin/Yang.  Second, the Circle speaks to its stability in maintaining order while the parts turn around one another. Third, like graduation day commencement, the end of one plane of existence simultaneously begins another plane. Fourth, by the Circle having no beginning or end implied that humans, being derived out of God’s androgynic protoplast, have no beginning (since it was inferred that God had no beginning) and once that human lived Humanly Perfectly by Ma’at principles, he/she could ascend into a god-like plane of existence located in the sky’s dome. ‘Mistakes’ could be made within the Cosmic flow of the Spiritual Elements and yet one could maintain the high vibration rate of that human’s origin. That became African Tradition’s Way to “Woman/Man-God Power”. jabaileymd.com