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The lost Word

It is not the Word to be lost, but the ability to use the energy of its sound.

It is not the Word to be lost, but the ability to use the energy of its sound.

The evoking Words are based on the principle that all words are symbols with the power to stimulate and cause the mental activity, when we choose the word that expresses the energetic quality we want to evoke.

A particular energy can be evoked through reading, a repeated word (see mantram) or the visualization of an image.

The visual or auditory image produces an impression on the plastic unconsciousness (*) and it gradually acts on it, impressing it. The rhythm to use for the evoking Words can be continuous, periodic, repetitive, cyclical or rotating; the important thing is to repeat the technique orderly.

(*) According to Psycho-synthesis, the higher unconsciousness has a huge reserve of energy not conditioned yet, called plastic, because it is able to hold, create and elaborate the impressions caused by learning.

The Lost Word

The energy of the word is essentially destructive. It is a sonorous emanation in the shape of a spiral; it becomes conical when it closes. In order for it to reach its apex, the energy of the word must be projected with the help of visualization.

It becomes attractive once the sonority has dissolved all the ‘existing forms’ in the working space, where a prolonged vortex is produced. In the vacuum created are attracted energetic forms linked to the quality of the Space (see eggregore).

The energy of the Word causes the vibration of the physical energy, quiet and more powerful than the energy causing the vibration of the mental energy.

Once projected, it destroys and frees the subtlest energetic substance from the shells of a slower energetic material. Using the mystic language, this is the Sound of the Liberation, the Great Note of spiritual Resurrection that elevates the Humankind to the Secret Place of the Highest.

The energy of the silent word generates the illumination, by harmonizing the cardiac center and the higher conscience of the Psyche, where words and physical sounds can’t reach.

The Lost Word is a double sound and it expresses the relation between the Life of the spirit and the Conscience of the soul. It is also the symbol of the man lost in the three worlds (physical, thought and soul) and the journey to find himself by finding it, is represented in the three degrees of the Blue Lodges of the Freemasonry.

The Mystics have looked for it; the Freemasons have kept the memory of its existence. The Initiates must demonstrate they own it.

The Sound is the only expression of the Man in which we have life.

The vocal emanation of synthetic concepts (archetypes of forms of thought that the initiatory Doctrine calls ‘Light of Knowledge’) added to the vibrating and multi-tonal projection of the voice (sound), reverberates from the three elements of the Initiate (personality-psyche-soul) and it emanates in the surrounding space with a quiet motion (low frequencies); it is either attractive and magnetic or still dynamic, destructive and purifying.

Those waves and vortexes of notes and tones, all with exact chromatic values, appear to the ordinary man as Words of Power and he is psychologically subjected to them.

If the Word doesn’t face any obstacles in the mind of the man listening to them its Power is in the highness and strength of the expressed idea, in the choice of the terms and quality of notes, in the rhythms of the tones of the man who expresses those words through his voice.

The Power of the Word is in the strength of the archetypes (Knowledge) that man can emanate even at the lowest (slowest) levels of the mental plane, through the mental synthesis and without distortions.

For this reason the holy Tradition recommends the inalterability of the archaic texts and warns against the dangers of interpreting subjectively the initiatory Principles. Because of their structure they correspond to the qualities of the archetypes and characteristics of the Principles that are usually perceived by the concrete mind. The latter can’t realize an immediate use or personal advantage and tends not to elevate itself, but to lower at its levels those Principles that are the result of this qualitative and canonical knowledge.

The Orator, because of his function, works as the ‘word’ in the microcosm of the Masonic Temple; by avoiding those distortions as much as possible, he becomes symbolically the emanation of the Sun that illuminates and awakens the two Pillars hitting them with benevolence; with the logic of knowledge and the strength of words he manages to fill with new ideas the humid and passive Forma mentis of his Brothers.

Athos A. Altomonte

This article comes from Esotericism Readings

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