Part Two ~
The practitioners of some of the different perspectives:
1. The Alchemist: The Alchemist studies the essence of substances (including the nature of frequencies and light) so that they can be combined to form new substances. The alchemists of many hundreds of years ago added substances together to make gold (so they claimed). Alchemists add certain vibrations to a situation in order to create a certain outcome.
2. The Runemaster: The Runemaster goes through an initiation ceremony under the guidance of a grandmaster of the runes. This establishes a relationship between the Runemaster and the runes. The runes reveal the true nature and possible outcome of events.
3. The Healer: The healer becomes a grandmaster of the healing modality Belvaspata— a healing method that works with specific angels to bring harmonious healing to ailments —-by progressing through various stages, into grand mastery.
4. The Mystic: The mystic studies the unseen reality that lies behind physical appearances. As the mystic gains deeper and deeper knowledge of the unseen worlds we live in, the mystic’s power grows through cooperating with the unseen power of the universe. When the mystical world becomes as real to the mystic as the material one, many miracles occur through the mystic’s focused intent.
5. The Shaman: The shaman’s temple and place of learning, is nature. The shaman uses ceremonies to focus intent. The close shamanic connection with the animal and plant kingdoms is a source of power and insight the shaman uses. This usually results in the shaman feeling more at home with nature, than among humans.
6. The Seer: The successful development and application of the gifts of a Seer, may take years to cultivate. It requires the absolute silence of the Seer’s mind; the complete cessation of the internal dialog of the mind. The Seer studies the flow of timelines to see the possible future outcome of today’s actions. The ancient mystical traditions require that this stage be reached before teaching others so that effortless knowledge can take the place of stale teachings of others.
7. The Practitioner of Magic: The only magic that can be practiced without accruing karmic repercussions that can persist through many lifetimes, is magic that is coupled with insight and that does not try to enforce the practitioner’s will onto external circumstances. The highest form of magic is called “proxy magic”— magic that occurs through the filter of the practitioner. This is known as the magic of the gods.
It has the following components:
• a power source
• a perception, or realization, of the core insight that is needed to establish beneficial outcome.
•(Sometimes) an incantation is used to focus intention and to signal the universe of the intended outcome of the magic ceremony.
• Self-work, or self-involvement, requires that the practitioner change an appropriate inner aspect of the self to change an external result.