By Michelle Holt, Tobey Wheelock, Carla Rueckert, and anonymous.
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To abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority.
Accessory items of equipment or dress.
Accumulated by gradual or small additions.
A name for the Creator or God.
Guidance, support, or protection.
Having to do with conventional medical treatment (drugs, surgery, etc.).
Person or thing seen as comparable to another, parallel.
Andrija Puharich 🔍
(1918–1995) Scientist, inventor, and author; researched paranormal mental abilities.
Having both female and male characteristics; hermaphroditic.
Causing complete destruction.
Directly opposed or contrasted.
To apportion is to divide and assign according to a plan. Ra uses “apportion” as a noun, possibly meaning “a carefully allotted segment.”
Accessories used for a specific purpose or task. Ra used the term to refer to the items that they recommended placing at Carla’s head as she channeled: a virgin chalice of water, a Bible opened to John chapter one, incense in a virgin censer, and a white candle. See 2.6.
Plural of arcanum.
Refers to a tarot card; literally: a secret or mystery.
In classical architecture, the lowermost part of an entablature, resting directly on top of the columns.
To declare seriously or positively; affirm.
In the manner of an asymptote; approaching indefinitely near, but only meeting at infinity.
A furnace that feeds itself so as to maintain a uniform temperature; used by alchemists.
Archangel of the earth.
Small round shield held by a handle or worn on the forearm.
“From mouth to ear.”
To set at an oblique angle; tilt.
Outfitted with an ornamental covering or rich clothing.
In Egyptian hieroglyphs, an oval with a horizontal line at one end, indicating that the text enclosed is a royal name or a god.
An agent that provokes change or action.
Make petty or unnecessary objections.
C.C. Zain 🔍
Pen name used by Elbert Benjamine (1882–1951); co-author (along with The Church of Light) of the Brotherhood of Light Egyptian Tarot.
A constellation in the northern sky.
A country of southern Mesopotamia in the 1st millennium BCE, in modern-day Iraq; inhabitants referred to as the Chaldees or Chaldeans.
Cautious, wary, shy, ungenerous.
Archaic for surgeon.
A zero; a numerical figure “0”.
Desired, adequate, helpful.
The Confederation of Planets in the Service of the Infinite Creator; “allied in service according to the Law of One”.
A place where things merge or flow together (especially rivers).
Insolent or insulting language or treatment.
Coulomb’s Law 🔍
In physics, a law that measures and explains the strength of the electrical force between two charged particles.
Crux Ansata 🔍
The ankh, or “cross with a handle,” Egyptian symbol of life: ☥.
Having a harmful effect; injurious.
Domain: territory over which rule or control is exercised.
A star in the constellation of Cygnus, 2620 light years from Earth.
According to Ra, there are seven densities in our octave of experience, and we currently inhabit the third.
According to Ra: 1) the plane above the astral, corresponding to blue ray; 2) the light body or blue-ray body.
Dewey Larson 🔍
(1898–1990) Engineer and author; developed theories concerning the fundamental nature of the universe.
Ding an sich 🔍
Thing in itself (German).
A group of mostly microscopic organisms that live in water; some have exterior plates that come in many varied shapes.
In Ra’s terms, anything that moves away from undistorted unity.
Short, simple songs.
Marked by fearless resolution.
The first part of the small intestine; receives food from the stomach.
A manifestation of the astral body or green-ray body.
Producing a desired effect.
Shining brightly; radiant.
Élan vital 🔍
The vital force or impulse of life; a creative principle inherent in all organisms and responsible for evolution.
Crops that are cultivated by a tenant, who therefore owns the harvest.
in classical architecture, an ornate, horizontal support beam over columns or a wall.
Gradual decline into disorder or chaos.
Esmerelda Sweetwater 🔍
Protagonist, echoing Carla’s personality, in The Crucifixion of Esmerelda Sweetwater, written in 1968–69 by Don Elkins and Carla Rueckert.
Hungry or greedy.
Made pale or thin.
George Fathman 🔍
Author of The Royal Road — A Study in the Egyptian Tarot; Key to Sacred Numbers and Symbols.
Giving or causing joy; delightful.
Clothing, especially the clothing associated with a special occasion or office.
The process by which entities graduate into the density most comfortable to them. When an entity is harvested, its spirit complex moves along a line of light until the light becomes too glaring. The point at which it stops is the vibration or density in which it will experience its next cycle of incarnations.
In third density, harvests occur after each 25,000-year “major cycle,” as well as at the end of the complete 75,000-year “master cycle.” In addition, entities who consciously open the gateway to intelligent infinity can choose to be harvested at any time during the master cycle.
At harvest, entities heal themselves, distill the experience of the density, and then choose the most appropriate new environment for themselves. Ra says that the process is watched over and facilitated by angelic presences, by members of the Confederation of Planets in the Service of the Infinite Creator, and by guardians from the next octave of Creation.
See also the synopsis.
Henry Puharich 🔍
See Andrija Puharic.
A 6th-century BCE Greek philosopher.
Interpreter; priest; in Ra’s terms, the Significator of the Mind.
Related to histamine, part of the body’s immune response to injury or allergic reaction.
Hebrew word for “splendor,” referring to the 8th station on the Tree of Life.
The third and last part of the small intestine, located between the jejunum and the start of the large intestine.
27th-century BCE Egyptian healer, writer, and architect; highest official under the pharaoh Djoser, and architect of the Djoser Pyramid or Step Pyramid.
In esse 🔍
Just begun and so not fully formed or developed, rudimentary.
Too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words.
In western white magical systems based on the Tree of Life, the highest grade or level of initiation.
The name, of Hebrew origin, that Ra uses for Jesus of Nazareth.
The second and middle part of the small intestine, located between the duodenum and the ileum.
According to Ra, the “form-maker” or the indigo-ray body; in ancient Egypt, the ka was one’s double-form or astral self.
Hebrew word for “crown,” referring to the 1st station on the Tree of Life.
A Sanskrit term for the coiled divine energy at the base of the spine. Ra defines awakening the kundalini as raising the meeting place of cosmic and inner vibratory understanding.
Unfilled space, a gap.
Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram 🔍
A ceremonial magic ritual devised and used by the original order of the Golden Dawn. (Referred to as “Banishing Ritual of the Lesser Pentagram” by Don and Ra.)
An element that is frequently repeated in a work and often serves as a guiding or central element within the work.
Also called “Mu”; according to Ra, a land mass that sank about 50,000 years ago due to tectonic plate movement; a part of the population survived and migrated.
Threshold; point of entrance.
Paint, etch, delineate.
The Creative Principle or Love. According to Ra, the Logos is the second distortion of Intelligent Infinity.
Resembling lupus; Ra is referring to lupus erythematosus.
Lupus erythematosus 🔍
An autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own healthy tissues; symptoms range from mild to severe.
According to Ra, a planet that used to be part of our solar system, apparently where the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is.
Ra refers to Malkuth as the Earth vibratory energy complex or the red-ray complex; Hebrew word for “kingdom,” referring to the tenth station on the Tree of Life.
Mark Probert 🔍
(1907–1969) American trance medium. Author of The Magic Bag.
In the morning.
An environment in which development occurs, a surrounding medium or structure.
Mental activity, thinking.
A historical region of Western Asia situated within the Tigris–Euphrates river system.
Social and cultural surroundings.
Mind/body/spirit complex 🔍
The mind/body/spirit after the veiling process; a self-aware, incarnated being.
1) Neglect or wrong performance of official duty; 2) Misunderstanding, misinterpretation.
One of two (approximately) equal parts.
Yiddish form of the name “Moses”.
Capable of movement.
Also called “Lemuria”; according to Ra, a land mass that sank about 50,000 years ago due to tectonic plate movement; a part of the population survived and migrated.
Nephrotic syndrome 🔍
A collection of symptoms that indicate damage to the kidney’s filtering system.
Hebrew word for “victory,” referring to the 7th station on the Tree of Life.
Connection; a connected group or series.
Excess, superfluity, plenty.
Name (not a word in current use, but “nomer” may be a variant of the Latin “nomen,” which means “name”).
The thing in itself as opposed to the thing as it appears to an observer.
Oahspe — A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and his Angel Ambassadors (1882) was written through a form of channeling called “automatic writing”.
Inspiring principle, ideal or symbol; banner carried in medieval times.
Original Thought 🔍
According to Ra, the Logos; the generation by the Creator of Itself into the plenum through which It may know Itself; the harvest of all previous experience of the Creator by the Creator.
Relating to the ear.
From papaya fruit, a substance that helps the stomach digest proteins.
Having negative connotations.
By necessity; by force of circumstance.
A 5th-century BCE Greek statesman, orator, and military leader known for advancing the arts, literature, and a democratic form of government.
Pertaining to piezoelectricity, the electricity produced when certain materials (such as crystals) are subjected to pressure or heat.
Crude or coarse in manner or style.
Space filled with matter.
Arousing deep emotion; pointed, striking.
Move towards a pole; in the context of spiritual evolution, move either towards service to others (positive) or service to self (negative).
Varying much in appearance, form, or structure.
That which makes powerful, intensifies, or increases effectiveness.
The life force or vital energy.
Preface or preamble; opening apology.
Giving or indicating a good chance of success; favorable.
Most nearly; most directly.
Electromagnetic devices able to interface with consciousness or thought.
The power to accomplish or achieve; potency.
Contribute to credit.
A ribbon used as a decoration.
Turn over something, especially the pages of a book.
Broken, pierced or torn.
Royal Road 🔍
The Royal Road — A study in the Egyptian Tarot; Key to Sacred Numbers and Symbols (1951) by George Fathman.
The Sadducees were a branch within Judaism from the 2nd century BCE through 70 CE.
Conducive or favorable to health or well-being.
In Kabbalah, the 10 attributes/emanations through which the Infinite reveals himself and continuously creates the universe.
Point by point, one after another.
A symbol created for a specific magical purpose.
Significator of the Mind 🔍
Ra’s term for the Hierophant, Arcanum 5 of the tarot. According to Ra, it is “the heart of the mind complex ... that dynamic entity which absorbs, seeks, and attempts to learn.”
Significator of the Spirit 🔍
Ra’s term for the Sun, Arcanum 19 of the tarot. According to Ra, it is “that living entity which either radiates or absorbs the love and the light of the One Infinite Creator, radiates it to others or absorbs it for the self.”
Sine Wave 🔍
A mathematical curve that describes a smooth repetitive oscillation.
Solar plexus 🔍
The yellow-ray or third chakra area of the body; “the pit of the stomach,” just below the sternum or breastbone.
Sons of Levi 🔍
Refers to the biblical Levites, a tribe given special status and responsibilities among the tribes of Israel.
Ra’s term for what we experience as our physical reality.
Furrow, linear mark, slight ridge or groove on a surface.
A rule restricting behavior or action; a restraint, restriction or binding.
Rare, delicate, fine.
An ancient civilization of the 5th-2nd millennium BCE; located in the historical region of southern Mesopotamia, in modern-day southern Iraq.
One who asks for humbly and earnestly.
Faster than the speed of light.
A genre of foundational philosophical and religious literature.
Sympathetic spasms 🔍
Sympathetic refers to the sympathetic nervous system: the part of the autonomic nervous system that is concerned especially with preparing the body to react to situations of stress or emergency.
Pertaining to cooperative interaction or working together.
The 19th letter of the Greek alphabet (τ). In heraldry, a type of cross called a “tau cross.”
Concerning the purposes a thing or entity serves rather than the postulated causes.
The four-dimensional analog of a cube.
A 7th-century BCE Greek philosopher.
Poems or songs of lamentation.
A manifestation created by thought.
An ancient percussion instrument similar to a tambourine.
In Ra’s metaphysics, the environment of the inner planes and unseen worlds; the reciprocal of space/time (our current reality).
Hebrew word for “beauty,” referring to the 6th station on the Tree of Life.
Alarm sounded by bell, a warning signal.
1) Misrepresent, defame (not Ra’s meaning, but the usual one). 2) Transmit, translate, pass into another form of expression - (archaic, but Ra’s intended meaning).
Antagonist in The Crucifixion of Esmerelda Sweetwater, written in 1968–69 by Don Elkins and Carla Rueckert.
Massive 1908 explosion in remote Siberia; according to Ra, the result of intentional detonation by the Confederation of a malfunctioning Confederation device.
A city-state of southern Mesopotamia in the 4th-1st millennium BCE, in modern-day Iraq.
The Urantia Book (1955); a collection of philosophical and spiritual transcriptions from an anonymous person who channeled while asleep.
Ve Geburah 🔍
“And the Power” in the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram.
Ve Gedulah 🔍
“And the Glory” in the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram.
The permeable or penetrable separation between the conscious and subconscious mind.
A confused mass; a jumble.
Hebrew word for “foundation,” referring to the 9th station on the Tree of Life.
Yod Heh Shin Vau Heh 🔍
Hebrew letters of the Pentagrammaton, YHSHVH; Hebrew name for Jesus, Yeheshuah or Jehoshua.
Yod Heh Vau Heh 🔍
Hebrew letters of the Tetragrammaton, YHVH; Hebrew name for an aspect of God; Yahweh.
Zeta Reticuli 🔍
A binary star system (two stars that orbit each other) in the southern sky constellation of Reticulum.
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