Second Cosmic Law

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“Life Gives Rebirth”

This describes the process of a mother rearing a child.  She is life and the child is rebirth, one life producing another life.  Many of the woman’s cells die each month during her menstrual period.  If a woman didn’t have her monthly moon cycle, which is death giving life, she wouldn’t be able to give life.  The moment of conception is life giving rebirth.  And again, rebirth happens when spirit enters the womb.  Rebirth is that infinitesimally fine line between death and life, the transition of spirit into substance and substance back into spirit.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

 

First Cosmic Law

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“Death Give (Creates) Life”

When you plant a seed in the ground, part of the seed must die in order to sprout and create new life.  When a man plants a seed in a woman, that is a death.  Millions of seeds die so that one can carry his life force to create a new life.  A tree falls and deteriorates, and out of that grow new plants.  Fertilizer is the death of matter, which nourishes new life.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Six Cosmic Laws

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The six Cosmic Laws create the Magnetic Attracting Thought (MAT) spaces within which any form of any thing may take up residence and exist within the substance world of matter.  They govern the cycles of life, the cycles of all spirit into substance and substance into spirit.  As cellular spaces in the body of the Great Spirit, our spirit personality is created through the six Cosmic Laws.

The heart of creation contains the destruction of creation so that new life can be reborn at higher levels of evolution and beauty.  Destruction for destruction’s sake causes physical death.

Eighty percent of what happens is patterned (chosen) energy motion, and twenty percent is the free-will determination of the Great Spirit, chaos, and the Law of Chance, used to experience change and growth.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Four Universal Laws

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Over the next four days, we will examine the “becoming” of the Sacred Laws. The becoming is described in the four Universal and six Cosmic Laws called the “As Above” laws of the nagual or the world of total spirit.  They allow spirit to become substance to move back into spirit, and allow the Universe to manifest in an ongoing, ever-evolving stream of livingness.

The study of these laws awakens the memory of them encoded in our bodies.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.

Spirit into Substance: Thirty Sacred Laws

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It was inevitable that the thirty Sacred Laws would be discovered by humans in their pursuit of understanding the mystery of life in the Universe.  The Everything intends and dreams itself into existence within the four Universal and six Cosmic Laws.  It needs to exist in the physical in matter, but it has to do it everywhere in all forms of all things.  This is a constant transformative process, so the Everything intends its spirit into substance form through the ten Magickal Laws.  The ten Ecological Balance Laws are the guidelines for its presence in the physical, along with the 144 Natural Laws.  This is the most definitive set of laws that create the measure of human evolution.

To learn more, check out the Song of the Deer by Thunder Strikes with Jan Orsi or The Thirty Sacred Laws by Claudia van Corva.