The Flaming Sword

The Flaming Sword

Robbie Theer’nigor

What is the flaming sword? It is the sword of fire. It is also the sword with glowing flame by some supernatural power. In Star Wars, the flaming sword is the lightsaber. However, the flaming sword is also a metaphysical weapon made by its wielder who can tap into the ki.

In the movie Starchaser: Legend of Orin, Orin wields the flaming sword; it is a metaphor for a fully-opened third eye. Orin is also known as the Water Snake, another metaphor for the Ouroboros and MANISIN. The third eye is also known as Vortex A from the Seven Vortexes. Orin is also a derivative from Yorin/Urine, a golden elixir from you.

From my own words, the power of the flaming sword is designed to do the following:

  • Cut through anything
  • Be used in line for defense
  • Cannot be used for murder.
  • Answers to gray-hearted individuals.

Where do I obtain a flaming sword?

Before I go any further, there is one more question. What do we call a person who wields a flaming sword and taps into the ki?

In Star Wars, there are two sides of the Force: Light side and Dark side. A force-sensitive person who allies with the light side is a Jedi.  A force-sensitive person who allies with the dark side is a Sith. All of this ties with the yin-yang. I remember doing the Yin-yang project from my high school English class, where I describe two opposing forces of any topic of my choice. The Jedi and Sith is an excellent example of the yin-yang project.

I also discussed about the path to inner peace. In order to obtain balance and inner peace, you have to be gray-hearted. So, the person who taps into the ki and wields the flaming sword is not a Jedi and/or Sith. Instead, this person is a Gray Warlock. In Star Wars, it is called Gray Jedi, yet I want to use Gray Warlock. In order to be a Gray Warlock, you got to have both OR (light) and NOR (dark) qualities. In other words, you have to balance, check, and master both light side and dark side. Do not, and I repeat, do not be one-sided (light or dark). This is how you bring balance to the ki and the path to the grey side.

The Grey Side is half-light and half-dark, yet stronger than both light and dark. The Grey Side brings balance to both sides of the ki. As with good and evil, there is no good without evil. Nothing is better than good, and nothing is w’ur’se than evil. There is neth (life; N-EH-TH) and death (D-EH-TH); nothing better than neth and nothing worse than death.

Where do I obtain this sword? The sword shall answer to the gray-hearted individual with the ki as his or her ally. You also have to activate the Seven Vortexes and know its elements. Also be gray-hearted, and you shall have inner peace. Do these things and you shall obtain the flaming sword.

Know the power of the grey side; the power to inner peace.

 

Reference:

<http://aquariusthewaterbearer.com/where-are-these-mythical-fantasy-weapons-and-how-can-i-obtain-one/>

<http://aquariusthewaterbearer.com/what-is-orin/>

<https://i.pinimg.com/736x/30/a1/9e/30a19edf2e7f41867926845785e04277–star-wars-revan-star-wars-sith.jpg> – The Grey Jedi Code

<https://i.pinimg.com/736x/47/27/ca/4727cad316ae0341bb732b1361e1c1a2–grey-man-the-grey.jpg> – The balance of two sides of the Force; again the Gray Jedi Code

<https://i.pinimg.com/736x/dd/e4/dd/dde4dd6bc6858344a308a83da91c6c31–cool-stuff-nerd-stuff.jpg> – The Balance between the Light Side and Dark Side of the Forces

<https://i.pinimg.com/736x/5a/bf/45/5abf455ece078323bbb4b3904c3d8fd4–the-grey-jedi-code.jpg> – More Gray Jedi code

<https://youtu.be/bMvdGw2FnDA> – WARNING: I used the last sentence on the last paragraph partially paraphrased from The Revenge of the Sith, and this scene contains very misleading information if you are not very careful. This is the scene where Palpatine reveals himself to Anakin Skywalker.

 

The Five Elements In the Seven Vortexes

The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

What are the five elements in relationship with the Seven Vortexes? The first four elements are earth, water, fire, and air. The four elements are in sync with the four seasons. Earth is spring, fire is summer, air is autumn, and water is winter. The four elements are also present with the twelve sidereal zodiacs. The fifth element is the ether/spirit. I am going from the bottom to the top (starting with Vortex G). All of the Seven Vortexes can be activated through diligent use of the Five Tibetan Rites.

Vortex G and Vortex F are located in each knee (Vortex F on right; Vortex G on left). Because both of these vortexes are the lowest points of the seven, they are the Earth Vortexes. They are both ruled by Saturn.

Vortex E is located in the sexual reproduction system. Vortex E is the Water Vortex. Did you know that “la mar” is Spanish for the sea? Hence, Mars rules Scorpius and The Female Warrior. Vortex E is directly connected to Vortex C. Vortex E is also the place for Jing, one of the three Treasures in Chinese Medicine; jing is translated accurately as essence. Jing can also be sperm, semen, ovum, or seed. The Sixth Tibetan Rite is known to transmute jing upwards for spiritual purposes and to turn to humans into superhumans. This is the Tibetan alternate against losing sexual energy through emissions or masturbation.

Vortex D is located on the right side of the body where the liver resides. The Sun rules the liver; during the Solar Crossing of the Huntress, the liver energy is excessively strong, and outbursts of anger is frequent. Hence, Vortex D is the Fire Vortex.

Vortex C is located at the base of the throat. The throat is the ruler of communication; hence, the planet is Mercury. As a result, Vortex C is the Air Vortex. What about Vortex B and Vortex A?

Vortex B is located at the posterior part of the head, and Vortex A is located right at the front of the forehead. Opening Vortex A allows you to see and feel energy; this is known as Energy Seeing. Both are ruled by Jupiter and Moon. They are ruled by the ether/spirit.

 

Bonus “The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #1: Ki Vortex

Where is the Ki Vortex? The songs of fire and water say everything. Where fire and water opposition meets and connects is the Ki Vortex. In other words, the Ki Vortex is located between Vortex D and Vortex E. Another name for the Ki Vortex is the Dan Tien in Chinese, where the chi resides. Ki, or Qi, is one of the Three Treasures in Chinese Medicine. Both fire and water must be balanced in order to draw Ki from the Dan Tien. Do not masturbate.

 

Bonus “The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #2: Heart Vortex

Where is the Heart Vortex? Simply, the Heart Vortex is between Vortex C and Vortex D. The heart unifies both male (6) and female (9) energies, and it is considered as a neutral organ. The Heart Vortex is ruled by Venus and the number 8. Finding and balancing your heart allows you obtain balance and inner peace. Be gray-hearted.

 

Bonus “Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #3: Shen Vortex

What is the Shen Vortex? Shen is Chinese for Spirit and is one of the Three Treasures. Where is the Shen Vortex? Simply, the Shen Vortex is located right between Vortex A and Vortex B. The Shen Vortex is the seat of the soul and where your soul lives in your body. The soul has more than five senses which are immeasurably amplified. A soul is both male (96) and female (99); all added via Pythagoras Reduction equals 33. A soul would appear as a silver-ish (25 percent gray) etheric ball and can shapeshift into any form. A soul is both physical and spiritual. A soul can detect and see any energy. A soul can also speak through telepathy and vibration.

 

Bonus “Five Elements In the Seven Vortexes” #4: Touching Earth and Cosmos

As above, so below. The Earth is always at the bottom. Then we progress upwards to a river, lake, ocean, or any bodies of water. The surface is where water and fire meet. The fire burns and lifts smoke upwards. There we meet the sky, or the power of air. Beyond the skies is the Cosmos, or space.

 

Reference:

<http://johneagles.blogspot.com/2011/02/opening-your-spiritual-senses.html> – use your own discernment

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Treasures_(traditional_Chinese_medicine)>

All About Baptism

All About Baptism

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

What is baptism? Baptism is defined in the dictionary as a ceremonial immersion in water, or application of water, as an initiatory rite or sacrament of the Christian church or any other religion. It is also a dark magic spell to trick parents into giving up your baby’s body, mind, and spirit to the dark magicians and their demonic masters, or better yet: the Devil.

Look at this word: baby. If your parents told you that you were baptized, you would have been too young to remember. You, as a baby, were developing. You have not yet developed common sense of saying yes (nie) or no (not) as a baby.

By baptizing your baby, you are selling your baby’s body, mind, and soul to the devil. Not only that, you also agree to be part of the religious covenant, or entered into the covenant of the Lord. Covenant is coven-ant. A coven is an assembly of witches, especially the number 13. An ant is an oath in Turkish. So, a covenant is an oath to the assembly of witches. To translate this into any religion, a covenant is an oath to religion you enter into. A Lord is also known as a person who exerts control over others, also known as a ruler or chief. Do you also know that the name of the Lord is El?

El is the name of God. El is another name for Satan. Satan rules the number 55, from the A = 440 hz (use 432 hz or the Universal Tones). Satan is considered to be a dead entity. Angels and demons are also dead entities.

This may shock you if you are against baptism, yet do not panic. However, you can permanently counteract the dark spell over you.

The opposing element of water is fire, as north opposes south. So, the anti-baptism spell shall be sealed by fire. In other words, you have to obtain an original (not a copy) file of your baptism certificate and destroy it. Remember to do not use your legal name in obtaining the original certificate; only declare that you are the administrator of that legal name. Destroying the original baptism certificate can permanently remove the curse of the devil and its covenant.

Whatever you do, do not baptize your children, especially yourself. Do not allow any member of any religion to baptize you and/or your children. I think this is best that you should not go to church of any religion at all, because all religious churches are controlled by the dark magicians.

Reference:

<http://omnithought.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Seminar3-Ascension-Forbidden-Secrets-of-Religion3.pdf>

<http://omnithought.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Seminar7-group-discussion1c.pdf>

How Not To Be Afraid

How Not To Be Afraid

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

How do you not be afraid? What is afraid? Afraid is defined in the dictionary as feeling fear. What is fear? Fear, defined in the dictionary, is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. The acronym for fear is False Evidence Appearing Real. However, True Evidence Appearing Real is the acronym for tear.

The opposite of being afraid is being bold or brave. What is the best method of being bold or brave? Instead of being a victim to fear, you have to become fear. Do not think you are not afraid or brave. You have to be capable of fear. You must also make people (or animals) be afraid of you, yet how? The best and moral method of people (or animals) fearing you is to use your peaceful non-compliance with a dire and fearful warning of punishment should they try to attack, strike, or their worse upon you. If they did, you have the right to defend (hint: do some martial arts) and save yourself. These people shall deal with the justice system from the Universe/Source by rebelling against your peaceful non-compliance, and they shall be afraid/scared of you. This is also useful for any psychological fear you carry (fear of darkness, fear of spiders, or anything).

The key in being bold is to be emotionally neutral. To be emotionally neutral is the path to inner peace. The heart represents neutrality and balance, for the heart carries both 6 (male) and 9 (female) energies to make an 8 (number of Venus). The heart is not one of the Seven Psychic Vortexes. The gray path is the path to inner peace. Always be gray-hearted. Being emotionally one-sided (white or black) shall not enable you to be bold or become fear.

Being bold and being emotionally neutral shall enable you to be capable of fear. Do not give into the victim of fear; you have to become fear. Use your peaceful non-compliance with a fearful and dire warning of punishment should they (people who are ignorant and foolish) rebelled against your peaceful non-compliance. You also have the right to defend and save yourself. This is how you turn fear against those who pray on the fearful.

The Path To Inner Peace

The Path To Inner Peace

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

“There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.” — Morpheus, The Matrix.

What is the path to inner peace? Actually, the correct sound for peace is wor. So anyways, there is a thing to take into consideration: balance.

Remember I showed you the grey block with white and black checkers each a pixel squared, measuring at 704 pixels squared? This is the correct light to go to in order to avoid going to the light at the end of the tunnel.

When you zoom in, you can really see the black-and-white-checkered blocks. However when you zoom out, you see a square colored gray. Gray defined in the dictionary is of a having a color between black and white; having a neutral hue. Look at this last four sentences again, “having a neutral hue.” Gray is the color of neutrality.

When you also look at the yin yang symbol and the numbers 6 (hee/male) and 9 (yee/female), they merged and form the number 8. 8 is the number of Venus and represents the heart.

The heart is a neutral organ (Please read The Seven Psychic Vortexes). The heart represents the neutrality because its energy brings peace and harmony between opposite charges of polarity. The heart also carries both male and female energies. This is one of the reasons that you must always be emotionally neutral.

As always you remain emotionally neutral, you are gray-hearted. A gray heart is an emotionally-neutral heart. As long as you are gray-hearted, doing so can allow you to achieve balance and inner peace. Always be gray-hearted.

Another example is the swastika. There are actually two types of swastika: the hee/sun swastika and the yee/moon swastika. The hee swastika was one of the swastikas used by Nazis and, of course, Neo-Nazis. Using the hee swastika is having too much male and destructive power, a bit too extreme on masculinity. The color representation of the hee swastika is black. Using the yee swastika is having too much female power, also a bit too extreme on femininity. The color representation of the yee swastika is white. Because I do not use any of these extreme swastikas, both of these swastikas has to be merged into the Hinyin Swastika as shown below.

The Hinyin Swastika is both Hee swastika and yee swastikas emerged into one box with a cross inside of it. Because the hee swastika is black and the yee swastika is white, the color representation of the hinyin swastika is gray. Ironically, the hinyin swastika is the gray swastika. The gray swastika is your neutral/balanced charm.

Another example is the two triangles. The Hee triangle represents male energy, the penis, the sun, fire, air, and active energy. The hee triangle is pointed up. The yee triangle represents female energy, the yoni, the moon, water, earth, and passive energy. Unify the two triangles and you have the hexagram.

The hexagram is the union of male and female energies. Another number to consider is 33. 3 + 3 = 6; the square sum of 6 is 666. 33 is an important number in Freemasonry. 33 is the first level of the illuminated degree of Freemasonry. 33 also represents rebirth. It is about resurrection and ascending to the higher levels of awareness and consciousness. Because you have two triangles unified (33), it is forged into a hexagram.  33 is also the point where ice begins to melt into water. At 0 degrees Celsius, water begins to freeze. 0 represents death. Moreover, water is the most important element in nature, representing transformation and life. Coincidentally, 33 multiplied by 16 times equals 528, one of the 28 Universal Tones. 33 is also the number of vertebrae in the human vertebral column, or 33 backbones in a spine. Also in Freemasonry, the 33 backbones are the steps or degrees to illumination. In the chromosome code, a man’s chromosome code is 96, and a woman’s chromosome is 99. Using Pythagoras Reduction, you also have 33 (9+6 = 15, and 9+9 = 18; 15+18 = 33).

The hexagram also contains about 13 dots to equally form a hexagram. 13 in Pythagoras reduction is 4 (1+3=4). The square number of 4 is 136. Coincidentally, the sound of AUM (not ohm) is 136 cycles a second. In the center dot of the hexagram is all directions and elements are united; this represents the sun. Minus the center dot, there are 12 dots remaining. The 12 dots represents the number of zodiacs. There are six males (3) and six female (9), and they all equal 72. When you divide 72 by 12, you have 6, the number of the sun. The center dot is the sun. 666 divided by 12 equals 55.5, an octave relative of 111, 222, 444, and 888.

Little and bevohd (behold), the path to inner peace is the grey path. Here is the definition of the grey path.

  • Not left-hand and not right-hand. It is straight.
  • The path is still, not moving forward or going reverse.
  • The path does not think both the past and the future. This is the reason the grey path focus on the present.
  • Not old and not young.
  • Not evident and not hidden.
  • Not OR (light/white) and not NOR (dark/black). Balances both OR and NOR.
  • Not good and not evil.
  • Not violent and not calm.
  • Not active and not passive.
  • Not free and not enslaved.
  • Not good luck and not bad luck.
  • Not north and not south; not east and not west. All four directions (north, west, south, and east) united into one center. They forge into the Celtic Cross (not the one banned mostly in Europe, Russia, and many other countries as shown above).
  • All four elements (water, earth, fire, and air) united into one center.
  • The focus is the center of all elements and all directions.
  • Not aeya and not naeya. Unifies aeya (love) and naeya (hate); this equals neutrality.
  • Not male and not female. Unifies both male and female.
  • Grey path: the path of the one. Black path or white path: the path of the zero.

The rules of the grey path are the following:

  • Not marriage and not free love.
  • Unify both man and woman.
  • Do not be good, yet do not be evil.
  • Be physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually neutral.
  • Save yourself.

Reference:

<http://www.crystalinks.com/hopi2.html> – celtic cross picture found in this website

<http://omnithought.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Seminar6-Decoding-Occult-Messages-in-Matrix3.pdf>

The Seven Psychic Vortexes

The Seven Psychic Vortexes

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

What are the Seven Psychic Vortexes?

The Psychic Vortexes are pools of spinning energy that live inside of us. These Vortexes spin at a great speed; however, when the vortexes are slowed down, this is another name for old-age, ill-health, and senility. The spinning pools of energy extend beyond the flesh of an healthy individual. In an old, weak, and senile person, they hardly reach the surface except in the knees. To nurse these slow rotations of vortexes, the quickest way to do so is to speed them up again.

When all the vortexes are at very high speed and all at the same rate, we are in yude health. Yude almost has the same sound as youth. Yude is Y-UE-D, and youth is Y-UE-TH. However, when one or more vortexes slow down, old age, ill-health, and senility set in.

There are Seven Psychic Vortexes found in the body. All of these Vortexes are interconnected. All of them can be activated with the Five Tibetan Rites, including the Sixth Rite.

Vortex A is located in front of the forehead. This is also the area of the third eye. The third eye is also the pineal gland.

Vortex B is located on the posterior of the brain. If you have seen The Matrix, you will see an electric cord on the back of the head on every red-pill (Look at page 30 of the Light Seekers of Truth Seminar 6; link provided). This is Vortex B.

Vortex C is located at the base of the throat. Vortex C is directly connected to Vortex E. Vortex C has power over the vocal cords. What affects Vortex E affects Vortex C. For example, when a man’s voice is pitched high, his manly vitality is low. However, if a man’s voice is pitched low, his manly vitality is high. In a case of a woman, a woman’s voice is higher than a man’s voice. A shrilled voice of a woman should be lowered to a normal voice, but not to a voice equal of a man’s voice. Apart from the five Tibetan Rites and the Sixth, you can practice lowering your pitch of voice to the lowest you can get, without raising your pitch at all. For the men out here reading: Practice lowering your voice/pitch as low as you can. For the women out there reading: Practice lowering your voice/pitch as low as you can, but not a voice/pitch equal to a man’s voice.

Vortex D is located at the right side of the body in the region of the liver.

Vortex E is located on sexual energy centers (Both Male and Female Reproductive System). Vortex E is directly connected to Vortex C. A man’s high-pitched voice indicates a low vitality; however, a man’s low-pitched voice indicates a high vitality. The same goes with a woman; however, a woman’s voice is naturally higher than a man’s voice.

Vortex F and Vortex G are located one in each knee.

In order to have a youthful and a renewed appearance, the only secret lies on the same speed rate of all Vortexes. When one or more Vortexes slow down, you would appear as semi-virile, weak, and unhealthy. Even worse, all vortexes are spinning at different speed, not one of them working together in harmony. The slower ones allow that part of the body which it governs to deteriorate, degenerate, and become diseased. The faster ones, spinning at more speed than others, would have caused nervousness and nerve exhaustion. You would appear anything but a real man. To correct this, you have to normalize all different speeds in order to be young again.

Why is the heart not listed in all of the Seven Vortexes? The heart is a neutral organ. The heart represents the neutrality because its energy brings peace and harmony between opposite charges of polarity. The heart carries both 6 (male) and 9 (female) energies together to make an 8 (number of Venus). With an 8 tilted sideways, you have the infinity symbol. You must always be emotionally neutral.

Being emotionally neutral is to not aeya and not naeya. Aeya is love, and naeya is hate. Also being emotionally neutral is to maintain an equilibrium between two forces. The color representation of aeya is white, and the color representation of naeya is black. It is okay to aeya something and naeya something; do not be one-sided on either aeya or naeya. Too much aeya is being too warm-hearted and femininity, you have to counteract this force by saying, “Naeya.” However, too much naeya is being too cold-hearted and masculine, you have to counteract this force by saying, “Aeya.” Always focus your awareness on your heart to maintain equilibrium between two opposing forces and to be emotionally neutral.

As always you remain emotionally neutral, you are gray-hearted. A gray heart is an emotionally-neutral heart. As long as you are gray-hearted, doing so can allow you to achieve balance and inner peace. Always be gray-hearted.

Reference:

<http://www.clinic.euni.org/Docs/Tibetan%20Rejuvenation%20Rites.pdf>

<http://omnithought.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Seminar6-Decoding-Occult-Messages-in-Matrix3.pdf>

The Sixth Tibetan Rite

The Sixth Tibetan Rite

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

What is the Sixth Tibetan Rite? This is part 2 of the Five Tibetan Rites. This Rite is one of my favorite rites ever, and I shall explain the reasons that the Sixth Rite is one of my favorites. The Sixth Rite is the Rite that transmutes sexual energy upwards to be used for spiritual purposes.

The first reason that the Sixth Rite is one of my favorites is because you are required to do the Five Tibetan Rites daily. You are required to do the Five Tibetan Rites every day, and miss out only once a week at most. You are also required to do the Five Rites diligently, and you have to master the Five Rites at 21 repetitions maximum. I have reached 21 repetitions at one time, yet this was many months ago.

The second reason that the Sixth Rite is one of my favorites is because the sexual energies are turned upwards, not downwards. Another name for sexual energy is procreative energy. In a virile man and woman, the life force goes down. When you turn the sexual energies upward, this process not only renews your mind, but also the body. This process makes a man or woman a superman or a superwoman.

The third reason that the Sixth Rite is one of my favorites is because you can only do this rite whenever you have sexual urges. Sexual urges is an urge to have sex, to have unwanted PVI, to fornicate, to cause unwanted pregnancies, or to masturbate. Beware of masturbation. Masturbation kills you. Masturbation is not only a disease and a cancer, but it is also a very bad habit. Do not masturbate. You cannot however change the laws of the body. Do not give up. You can replace masturbation or unwanted sexual intercourses with the Sixth Rite (the Tibetan alternative). If your sexual urges is strong, you have to do the Sixth Rite about three times. Wait for a few minutes. Repeat three times if and only if sexual urges persist. Again wait for a few minutes. If sexual urges are persisting, again repeat three times. If sexual urges are not persisting, do not do the Sixth Rite. If your sexual urge is weak or moderate, you can only do the Sixth Rite once or twice.

The benefits of the Sixth Rite are as follows:

  • It draws up the kundalini
  • opens up all of your vortexes
  • Flares up your aura
  • Increases your awareness (cosmic energy)
  • Increases health

Doing the sixth rite shall make you lead a more or less continent life (nehf). By more continent life, you have to abstain from sexual activities entirely. In other words, do not do sexual activities. This is celibacy.

What is the secret in mastering the Sixth Rite? The secret in mastering the Sixth Rite is to transmute sexual energy and using it for spiritual purposes; at the same time, you have to lift the sexual energies upward in order to become a superman/superwoman. Do not (and I repeat do not) suppress or dissipate sexual energy; this is not possible due to the laws of the body.

How to do the Sixth Rite (only do this if you have the sexual urge to do so):

  • Stand erect
  • Breathe normally until you inhale.
  • Begin emptying your lungs by exhaling completely.
  • Bend over; place your hands on your knees. Force all the air out.
  • Stand straight again with empty lungs. Do not inhale.
  • Place your hands on your hips and push down on them. This has the tendency to push up the shoulders.
  • While doing this, pull in your abdomen as far as you can.
  • Hold this position as long as you can.
  • When you are forced to inhale, inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth. Relax your arms.
  • Take several deep breaths by inhaling through the mouth or nose and exhaling through the mouth or nose.
  • This completes the Sixth Rite.

About three times the repetition of the Sixth Rite is enough to subdue the sexual urge and to turn the sexual energies upward.

Reference:

<http://www.clinic.euni.org/Docs/Tibetan%20Rejuvenation%20Rites.pdf>

<https://practicalmeditationtechniques.com/sixth-tibetan-rite-the-most-powerful-rite>

<http://eunuchlove.blogspot.com/2006/06/sixth-tibetan-rite.html>

<https://youtu.be/VTG1a3E0zTg> – Sixth Tibetan Rite demonstration

The Five Tibetan Rites

The Five Tibetan Rites

Robbie Theer’nigor

 

What are the Five Tibetan Rites? The Five Tibetan Rites are yogic exercises, each of them having a specific purpose. The Five Tibetan Rites are also known as the Five Rites, or the Five Rites of Rejuvenation. The Five Tibetan Rites restores and maintains the spinning energy in you known as the Seven Vortexes. The Five Tibetan Rites rules youth and health. Beware of the energy of Saturn returns.

By your first Saturn Return, you will lose your youth. By your second Saturn Return, you will lose your health. By your third Saturn Return, you will lose your nehf (life). As we grow older, the spin rate of vortexes weakens and diminishes; however, the daily use of the Five Rites shall restore the spin rate of vortexes, allowing improved health and rejuvenation. Hence, the Five Rites are the Fountain of Youth. Yorin is also the Fountain of Youth also.

The benefits of the Five Rites are as follows:

  • Improved health
  • Increased strength and endurance
  • Rejuvenation
  • Stronger energy
  • Higher Vibration (Or)
  • Better emotional health
  • Inner Harmony
  • possible Kundalini awakening (as used on the Sixth Rite)

When performing the Five Tibetan Rites, there are rules that you have to follow:

  • The maximum repetition of each rite is 21. So, five rites is 105 maximum.
  • You can do this either before breakfast, or anytime of the day or night.
  • Start with three repetitions of each rite daily on the first week. By the next week, increase the repetition by 2. So basically, you do 3 repetitions of five rites on week one daily, next you do 5 repetitions of five rites on week two daily, then you do 7 repetitions of five rites on week three daily, and so on until you reach to a maximum of 21 repetitions of five rites on week 10.
  • The maximum day you can skip from the Five Rites is once per week only.

How do you perform the Five Rites? To do the Five Rites are listed below, yet you have to start with the first rite and progress sequentially to the next rite until you reach the fifth rite (1st rite, 2nd rite, 3rd rite, 4th rite, and 5th rite). Remember to breathe throughout the five rites.

The First Rite

  • Stand erect
  • Stretch out your arms finger-width and palms facing the floor.
  • Gaze at your right fingertip.
  • Spin clockwise until you get slightly dizzy; by clockwise, turn from left to right.
  • Breathe throughout each repetition.
  • A clockwise revolution makes a repetition.
  • After completing the repetitions, stop spinning while fixing your gaze at your right fingertip. Drop your arms from outstretch, and relax for a few moments.

The Second Rite

  • Lie down on a mat.
  • Place palms downward on the mat
  • Begin by tilting your head toward the chest, so that your chins can touch the chest.
  • At the same time lift up your legs; do not bend your knees. Breathe in.
  • Try to go vertical, or to a 90 degree angle; if you cannot do this, this is fine.
  • Slowly drop your legs and your head until they touch the mat. Breathe out.
  • This completes the repetition.
  • After completing the repetitions, relax for a few moments.

The Third Rite

  • Stand erect on your knees while your upper feet, toes, and lower leg touch the mat. Toes are bent.
  • Place your hands on your thighs.
  • Begin by tucking your chin into the chest
  • Throw back your neck and head along with your back. Bend back as far as you can while holding on to your thighs with your hands.
  • Return to the erect position. Relax for a few moments.
  • For breathing, inhale as you bend back, and exhale as you return to the erect position.
  • This completes the repetition.

Fourth Rite

  • Sit erect on the mat with your legs stretched, shoulder-width apart.
  • Both palms have to touch the mat next to your buttocks.
  • Tuck your chin into the chest.
  • Drop your head back; at the same time, rise your body.
  • Make sure that your knees are bent and your arms are straight.
  • Tense every muscle that you can.
  • Relax the muscles as you move back to the original sitting position.
  • For breathing: inhale as you rise your body, and exhale as you move back to the original position.
  • This completes the repetition.

Fifth Rite

  • Lie down with your arms in a push-up position.
  • The rule of the fifth rite is to keep your arms and legs straight throughout.
  • Push yourself a little, and pull back your head back as far as you can.
  • Begin by pushing your hips and buttocks to the top, and make an inverted “V” with your body (as shown). Inhale as you lift your hips and buttocks. Tuck your chin into your chest.
  • Lower your body back to the original position. Exhale at the same time.
  • This completes the repetition.

This completes the Five Tibetan Rites. You shall see benefits as long as you follow the rules above.

There is a Sixth Tibetan Rite after you diligently mastered the Five Tibetan Rites. What is the Sixth Tibetan Rite? To be continued…

 

Reference/Source:

<https://practicalmeditationtechniques.com/five-tibetan-rites-exercise-program-how-and-why-to-do-them>

<http://www.clinic.euni.org/Docs/Tibetan%20Rejuvenation%20Rites.pdf>

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Tibetan_Rites>

Attributes:

By J. Lunau – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31308028 – First Rite

By J. Lunau – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31308027 – Second Rite

By J. Lunau – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31308023 – Third Rite

By J. Lunau – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31308025 – Fourth Rite

By J. Lunau – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31308024 – Fifth Rite

How To Meditate

How To Meditate

Robbie Theer’nigor

What is to meditate? To meditate is to engage in deep thought or contemplation. To meditate is also to reflect. To meditate is also to consider as something to be done or effected; intend; or purpose. All warlocks are required to meditate. The Phoenician word for meditate is to manintate.

What are the requirements for meditation? The requirements are nothing; however, you are required to remain in a calm and focused state. You have to be in wor and aeya always. There are no stances for meditation. There are also no postures requires. Mantras, singing, chanting, and incantations are also not required. These things are optional for you. You can make up your own style of meditation. There are limitless benefits of meditations, and I shall give you a few benefits.

Benefits of meditation (not limited to on the list):

  • Face your fears
  • Allowing your fears to flow down the creek
  • Increased pleasure
  • Increased sexual energy (use the Sixth Tibetan Rite)
  • Increased acts of forgiveness
  • Increased acts of atoning for your mistakes and air’urs.
  • Increased willpower
  • Increased concentration
  • Enhanced focus
  • Increased acts of accepting yourself, even if you make your own mistakes
  • Increased acts of air’ors.
  • Increased aeya
  • Increased wor (peace); inner wor
  • Increased calmness
  • Enchanced ability to move on
  • Being more truthful
  • Detect any lies.
  • Enhanced sight-seeing of illusions
  • Increased insights
  • Being cosmic-energy oriented
  • All vortexes fully aligned and balanced
  • Increased physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing
  • Increased youth and beauty.
  • Increased socialibility
  • Enhanced metaphysical abilities
  • Enhanced defensive capabilities
  • Nurses wounds or injuries quickly.

 

Who says you do not have the time for meditation? This is an illusion. This is also what spiritually-ignorant people would say. There is always time for meditation, whether you say so or not.

The Ouroboros

The Ouroboros

Robbie Theer’nigor

What is the Ouroboros? The Ouroboros is the serpent or a dragon eating its own tail. The length of a serpent eating  its own tail forms a circle. The circle is the cycle. The Ouroboros is the alchemical symbol going around and around in a repeated loop.

Through phonetics, Ouroboros is pronounced OR-OH-B-OR-OH-S. The or is the sound of light, high vibration, and aeya. The oh is the sound of breath. The B is the circle. The S is the line of the snake.

How does the Ouroboros apply to your life (nehf)? Round you go. Your spiritual road does not begin and does not end. There is not a beginning, and there is not an end.

One physical example of the Ouroboros is Yorin Therapy. By drinking your yorin, you are figuratively eating your own tail. Yorin has nehf and is raw. Yorin is also blood. Hee or Yee who drinks blood and successfully digests it is a vampire.

However, should a vampire drink its own blood than relying on outside sources is an Ouroboros vampire. Another word for an Ouroboros vampire is a vegan vampire. There are rules being a successful Ouroboros vampires as listed below.

Before attempting Ouroboros vampirism, use common sense. This is not for everyone. This is also not for the faint of heart. The purpose of these warnings is to keep people safe from harm and from death.

  • Drink your Yorin only. Be safe.
  • Do not rely or be dependent on someone’s yorin. “Your blood is not my blood,” That’s my motto.
  • Listen to your body.

If you abide the rules I have given you, I guarantee that you shall be a successful vegan vampire.