The Meaning Of The Peacock

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The Meaning Of The Peacock

Postby HP Mageson666 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:11 am


The Meaning Of The Peacock

[The Peacock is the symbol of our God who is Skanda in the east and known as Dionysus in the west who also has the Peacock. In the east Skanda rules the highest level of conscious. The Peacock is the symbol of the spine in Hinduism with all the radiant colors of the chakra's along it which are in the colors of the Peacock feather. The Peacock is also the symbol of the serpent energy flashing in the mind with the raising of the serpent into the head. This is why Skanda is symbolically shown as six faced or headed all the chakra's connect into the brain. Its the symbol of the entire consciousness of the chakra's opening up into the mind. Thus Skanda rules the highest level of consciousness in Hinduism the consciousness of the risen serpent. Murrugan/Skanda is called the God of the Kundalini and the highest Yoga in the east.

There are many tales of Murrugan the most revealing is thus:

The Asura's had imprisoned the Deva's the Gods and to end the rule of the Asura's[Titans] Murrugan was created when the last Deva's who had escaped the Asura's went to Shiva for help. Shiva and His wife Pravati were in sexual embrace and a combined drop of the male and female fluid fell towards the earth. Agni took this hot spark in his beak taking the shape of the bird and put it into the Ganga from here seven sparks formed and grew into seven infants on lotuses and were nursed by the seven maidens of the Pleiades and merged into one child who grew fully in seven days. From here Murrugan was given the Vel spear by Shiva and the army of Gana's. Murrugan fought the killed the three Asura leaders and freed the Deva's. It was the final battle he obtained the Peacock as His mount.

The drops are the white and red drops of the male and female chakra's their energies that merged by the inner sexual union of the chakra's. Agni is fire and the dove he took the purifying energy of fire. The seven sparks in the Ganges river are the activated seven chakra's in the spine and brain. The seven children are the awakened and transformed seven chakra's from the union of the male and female energies in them and the milk of the seven maidens the purified energy that feeds or transforms the soul. Murrugan's conquering each of the Asura's is the serpent moving up and piercing each of the three knots. He kills them with His spear. The last Asura that Murrugan defeats is the piercing of the sixth knot hence the Peacock becomes his mount at this point. When the fully awakened consciousness of the serpent flashes in the mind and the mind opens up to its full awareness. The destruction of the Asura's by Murrugan frees the Deva's the final transmutation of the chakra's that occurs with the risen serpent. The chakra's are symbolic of the Deva's. The banner of Murrugan is the Cock which cries at the dawn. The symbol of the reborn soul. His spear the Vel is the symbol of the risen serpent and His wife is Vatti the five elements.

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Re: The Meaning Of The Peacock

Postby StraitShot47 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:57 am

High Priest thank you for the beautiful announcement. Since you bring up dawn, I do have a question.

I've been reading The Odyssey, as it is an intriguing piece of literature. If translation holds true, when dawn is announced it is called "the child of morning, rosy-fingered Dawn.".

This has perplexed me, do you all speak of the same thing? If you do, it has multiple meanings and they're all correct.

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Re: The Meaning Of The Peacock

Postby Shivaya144 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 5:53 pm

Beautiful. Thank you for posting.

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