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Choronzon (II)

Updated: Jan 31

As I often note, my phone number ends in “333”—the number of the Sahasrara chakra, the number of Choronzon (whom I encountered, along with a synchronous “333”, last night).

It’s the number of nirvana, but it’s also the number of “the Great Sound” and it is in the shape of a plough—it is the primal sound from which emanates all creation.

Recall the polar initiation I spoke of a while ago—the Great Bear, the Plough, Charles’s Wain (how farmhands used to say you could hear it turn on a quiet night). It is the “great sound”, the Mahanada—it is the polar initiation, it is Arktos, it is the pole star.

In a further synchronicity, I happened to check the phrase “I could have borne that” in the first article. I googled for it and the first result was Psalm 55:12:

“For it was not an enemy that reproached me; then I could have borne it: neither was it he that hated me that did magnify himself against me; then I would have hid myself from him”

Note that I referred to Choronzon as “it” throughout the article—and “it” is italicised throughout that passage. As I say, Choronzon is not a demon as you would imagine.

Per the quote “it was not an enemy that reproached me”. No—it was more like ain soph, the unsayable, that reproached me. “Neither was it he that hated me did magnify himself against me”—as the force grew stronger it wasn’t evil, it was the strong force of the crown chakra; it was the opposite of evil, it wasn’t hate—it just feels like death to lose your ego before it.

And, rather than “hiding myself before him”, I lay flat down before him—was forced down before him.

Further, the Psalm is “55” and 5 + 5 = 10, the number of perfect justice (like the 10 Commandments, the number that combines the 1 God with eternity, with 0); and it’s verse 12 (1 + 2 = 3) and that’s the trinity—the cosmic egg split open to create three entities: the male, the female, and hermaphrodite.


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