|Divine Feminine in Distress|
An unmastered Masculine aspect will leave us susceptible to being controlled by another; this is the essence of mind control. Our would-be masters identify with the Pan archetype and reveal this plainly in many popular works of fiction the world over. Pan, or Peter Pan in the modern day form, is an Overzealous personification of Masculine Energy, who dominates the wills of others with his own, offering them immortality in a world where they can escape death; Never Never Land. During the first half of season 3 in the TV series, Once Upon A Time, there is featured many episodes about Pan, where this is told in allegory.
|Master Mason Tracing Board. Depicting the Divine Feminine in distress waiting patiently for the return of her companion the Divine Masculine. Source WOEIH Podcast 58|
Think of this image as a Consciousness Scan of a BEing who has not mastered themselves yet. With that premise in mind, the Eye of Providence represents our third eye, the point through which we observe our thoughts, and in turn, the world itself. This interpretation suggests that we are capable of seeing these aspects within our selves, and by acknowledging the lack of harmony, we can begin to discover how to regain our Will Power, and reunite our Masculine aspect with our Feminine Nature. This has been called Shadow Work, or Self-Reflection, which is a conscious choice to know thyself fully, with particular focus on discovering the disharmonies of our own making, so we can begin the work of inner healing.
Once we understand what these allegories are telling us about ourselves, and the state of affairs on Earth, we can be empowered to heal both. For my personal account using these techniques to heal myself see this post.
We really have enjoyed the writings of Manly P. Hall. We will be listening to it here:
Youtube video of Josh Reeves reading “What the Ancient Wisdom Expects of Its Disciples”: