Seals, Initiation and Baptism: How It Works (Maelinhon)
– Can you remove the Islamic baptism? – I read it at least once a month in some e-mail. This is usually followed by a question about whether I personally can slap on a seal of Buddhism for a big favor.
It can be disheartening to realize that the audience has only a vague idea of what seals, initiations, dedications, and all that jazz are, how they differ, how to deal with them, and whether there can be “baptism in Buddhism.” Well, let’s do a little FAQ review of this acute and sparsely covered topic, because there is no useful information even about baptism, not only online, but in the physical world in general. Holders of CE (Christianity Egregorу) and ME(Muslim Egregore) are extremely unprofitable to have such information available. At the same time, I will describe in detail how the seal of baptism works, and why it can not be removed by simply outlining the runes.
What are the seals of the subtle plan
I have three passports in my bag. And no, I’m not a criminal element, I just have the internal passport of my country, the international passport of my country and the passport of Spain, certifying that I live here with certain rights. It says who I am, how old I am, and has all sorts of other information sewn in to help find me and identify me. That’s not counting all kinds of insurance, permits, diplomas, certificates, property rights, etc. If we widen the horizons of consciousness a bit and imagine that the world is much larger than the physical world, the question immediately becomes: do entities have documents? It’s a huge, complex world, with layers, worlds, governments, and tolerances, so some analogue of jurisprudence and documents must be there. But to imagine that some infern carries in his pocket a book with a cute pentagram on the cover is ironic, of course, but still no, it doesn’t.
A subtle body and a subtle world implies a subtle document. And since the earliest ages, the subtle ones have been using what is called a seal as a document. It is a small such area on the body, most often along the spine, where something similar to a tattoo is made. In a circle or other frame, in dark letters, it says that the person in front of you is So-and-so, he is of so-and-so nationality, has so-and-so access. And it’s public information, anyone can read it without asking, because it’s a security issue to know who you’re dealing with.
There can be a shitload of seals on a body. There you could find a job, citizenship, marriage, and a horse club on weekends. Seals can be divided into three types:
– Civic. These are name, type, citizenship, etc. For example, an entity may belong to the Upper Worlds, but live in some other place, and the seal will reflect all of this. It will record who it is, where it is formally registered, and where it dwells on what rights. That’s why it’s very hard for a sighted practitioner to sell that you’re the spirit of a dead grandfather if your passport shows different things written in Aramaic.
– Access Seals. Typically, this seal tells you where your unit works and in what position. If he’s working in intelligence or some unspecified structure, the seal is likely to be read only under certain conditions. But usually it says something like “John Constantine, Archangel of the 31st Division of the 3rd type of Elim, Secretary of General George”. Such seals give access, that is, they are used as a key and personal code, for example to energies, egregors, working materials, information, terrain, etc. You show the seal, you get a pass, or you turn on what you need.
– Personal Seals. The most extensive system where anything can be. Seals of nationality, order, family, clan, group, marriage, etc. The personal seals of gods and others could be in this series. In short, anything that doesn’t fall into the first two groups. For example: the Lord Belial decided to protect you for some reason or to mark you somehow, and he thus inscribed you in his bases, extending his family protections or benefits to you.
Some seals are like automatic visas at the airport – they are stamped on request to anyone who rings the doorbell, without verification. Others can only be obtained by getting a job or gaining some kind of status in the subtle worlds. Which, in fact, is what people are used to: what’s above is below. These are analogues of passports, ID cards and certificates.
Why do humans need it?
Humans are a legally problematic class of population because they do not belong to the subtle worlds, and paper passports on the subtle plans are of little less than no interest at all. Simply put, an entity, when it sees a person, will not think to look in his pocket for a passport. It will look for the seals on his body to see what kind of guy he is, if he can be eaten or used, and who he is. If there are no seals, then the unit is nobody, its name is no one, and if anything, it won’t get hit in the head by some structure. You can do anything with him.
Can you live without seals? Yes, of course you can, who will forbid you. You can also live without a passport, but then you won’t be able to do most of the civil operations and will have no rights, no protection, no guarantees. Here as well as there. Here, you can’t open a bank account, buy a house or a car, get a job, etc. There you can’t cooperate with any structure, or work, or go to higher levels, etc. Well, because the legal bases are everywhere, and no one needs unnamed buyers or workers.
And when the religions and their egregors appeared, they started to massively initiate the citizens according to the system accepted everywhere to give this mass of meat signs and names, at least in rough way. I.e. by accepting the seal of Buddhism a person agrees that on his thin body a civil seal will appear, where it will be written, that he – Ivanov Peter Sramuilovich, belongs to people, such element, lives in dense, is under sluggish protection of Siddhartha Gautama egregore. Well, this is approximate and rough, but in general terms it is so.
Seals of Monotheisms
When monotheisms came along, the situation changed greatly, and not in favor of people. And here’s the thing.
Polytheistic seals are, after all, like useless documents: you can put them on if you want, take them off if you want. They don’t make you worse, they don’t impose any obligations, but they won’t actively help you either. In order to receive aid from the egregore, you must work on yourself, live according to their rules, place requests, etc. The monotheistic seals, on the other hand, are a completely different structure, even from the mechanical point of view, strongly resembling a cheating bank that received your data. First, they are very active and literally watch where you go, what you do, how you live, what you say, etc. The seal can headbutt you when you break the rules, close roads, change your thinking, close your information, shuffle your lines so that you can’t get where you (according to the egregore) don’t need to go. Cos it’s sinful, etc. If you do go there, you get back with diseases and problems. And those problems are given to you exactly through a seal, the egregore simply has no other mechanisms of influence, it can send an impulse to the seal, but it is not able to change events around you, it has paws.
And yes, no one is interested in your consent or non-participation in the rituals. The seal is there, so you must obey the rules and pay a “subscription fee” to the egregore, regardless of your use of or attitude toward the services. This is a legal contract that is infringing on your rights, not a loyal structure that takes all wishes into account. You’re not allowed to do esotericism, interest in other pantheons and many other things. In exchange for what? Well, a question for you. Monotheisms only watch out for the virtuous reputation, they don’t protect against broken arms and legs, illness and loss, because when you feel bad, you release more energy.
Buddhism or some Northern pantheon doesn’t really care how you live or who you sleep with, they don’t watch over you unless you ask them to. They gave you citizenship, use it if you want, use it if you don’t. If you want – put 6 more seals of other pantheons, they don’t conflict with each other. For the egregore, it’s a matter of a database, not an earner, because their system is set up to keep track.
For CE, ME, and JE, it’s all about income, because they get a lot of energy from the sealed people when they ask for something or break the rules. They watch you with 15 pairs of eyes, and it’s an automatic system with its own statistics, filters, automatic actions, etc. And at every Wheel of the Year point, the system automatically pings ALL who have stamps. It literally, like a good server, queries each seal and records a response from it. If there’s no response (e.g., you ripped off a seal with runes or something, it’s not hard), you get a x50 headbutt + a new seal within a couple of days. It grows back again.
Second, monotheism seals have the structure of a fungus. You know, like skin or nail fungus. The point is that polytheism doesn’t care how many people it has, 5,000 or 500,000,000, it’s just a citizen base to it. But monotheisms intensely gobble up citizens, fit them into their systems and race them like banks do with their assets to get more energy. So, they are very interested in having more people and keeping those people from scattering out of their influence. CE seals essentially dissipate the spores that are sluggishly mothballing around the body in case you run away. If you remove the seal, a new one will grow out of the spore.
There is a fairly large category of citizens who have CE seals, but have not undergone the baptismal procedure itself. That is, they have caught these spores somewhere through water or consecrated food. They are best transmitted through water, so most rituals involve water. If you spray contagious drops over a large range or infect water pipes on holidays, there’s a good chance you’ll rake in a couple extra thousand “bank customers” who weren’t generally planning on joining. And that’s a revenue stream, simple as that.
So it’s not great wisdom to remove the seal, the great wisdom is to insure against a new one, which they will definitely and repeatedly try to inject into you again. Monotheisms are slowly falling apart, and nowadays they don’t let out of their bases for nothing (they used to at best), so one way is to remove the seals, then remove the spores and quickly put the polytheism seal on. CE and ME technically can’t be neighboring with others, so not finding you in the database and finding some Odin’s seals in their place, they’ll get off your back. But this process is long, painful, and unlikely to be overcome by yourself, because being under the influence, it is difficult to remove this very influence.
There is one very, very important aspect. The most important one! Everything that happens to you is a planetary influence, not an egregorial one. Simply put, your health, appearance, events, relationships, finances, and so forth, are regulated by the planets and inherent from birth. The egregore can only soften or strengthen the natal data or close the ways, but it does not shape events, it cannot. Simply put, whether you are under a certain religious egregore or not, you will still get sick or vice versa, because that is what is written in your natal chart. But the problems with your head – that’s them. They can influence your thinking or lack of it in a brilliant way, by accurately tucking in convenient solutions and scare stories that supposedly happened because you behaved “badly” or “goodly” in some way. No, everything happened because the karmic mechanisms and lines of probability worked out that way, but to give an explanation in their favor – that’s a holy thing…
To sum it all up, the issue is extremely complicated. The system originally invented for security and accounting, easily turns into a system of surveillance, theft, and punishment. Both for humans and non-humans. And there is no single answer as to what to do, what to remove and what to install – it’s a matter of everyone’s tastes, views and goals. After all, there are plenty of people who like monotheistic systems and feel good there. But the conclusion as always is the same: treat it consciously. Things like this really change and affect lives very much. It’s not a matter of tradition or something for a tick. It’s a legal contract, and that’s where the interesting stuff is always in the fine print.
Mylene Maelinhon (c) Archaic Heart
Translated by Maxus