Rursus est Pan deus magnus mortuus *
scripsit B Wooki
In the rejection email, [the representative of the Norwegian employer wrote]:
“The Norse background of most of the guys at the management level means that we are not a Christian organization, and most of us actually see Christianity as having destroyed our culture, tradition and way of life.”
The new cultural & spiritual aeon now coming in in effect makes “satanic” the sacred images & shibboleths of the preceding setup.
This is an interesting phenomenon & it has indeed been seen before in the long beat of the SUCCESSION of cultures.
Another precursor of “the Age of Aquarius” now indeed on us & one that many of us will resist angrily even seeing clearly, one symptomatic of this SAME demonization, only now of the “One God,” is to be found in the brutal Nazi mistreatment in the 1940s of orthodox rabbis, particularly from “the East,” from Galicia & beyond.
These men, many old, were beaten, their long beards torn off & they sometimes crucified on the walls of sheds & houses then set afire.
Since their very appearance was that of the cartoon God of Christianity with his long whiskers & strict rules, archetypally it should be more than clear whom it was that these young Nazis were beating to death.
Old Jung — another German — was the first to note the cyclical process in human mythopoesis & how the problem of Evil transforms its imagery over time, also:
The new age in effect demonizes the holiness & shibboleths of the preceding setup.
Hence, at the onset of the Piscean aeon now ending, the monotheistic imagery coming in led to making the oldtime images of the good & the beautiful into those of absolute Evil, instead.
This is how the great god Pan became the Devil in Hell, Himself!
And, now, “the Son of God” of the most recent fable is to be the NEXT ironic ruler of the damned….
* — “EVERYONE HAS ONCE READ, for it comes up many times in literature, of that pilot in the reign of Tiberius, who, as he was sailing along in the Aegean on a quiet evening, heard a loud voice announcing that ‘Great Pan is dead.'”
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[9 October 2014]