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Enochian Workings

Enochian working 4 – Rxao – 29 Sept 2010 – ‘An Unexpected Guest’

Wednesday 29th September 2010

After a break of two weeks, we once again gathered in the basement temple of M & R.

Remaining within the Earth subangle of the Earth tablet, we chose to call RXAO. After settling into the temple space, we performed the usual preparatory ceremonies – 3x Qabbalistic Cross, LBRP, 3x QC, Middle Pillar.

The chanting (Holy Table Invocation, 49 Angels Invocation, Round Table of Navalge, Fifth Call and Hierarchical Address) seemed to go more smoothly than they had in the past as there seemed to be greater agreement as to the pronounciations, intonation etc.

After everyone had settled into position, the scrying began, with M scrying and J operating.

What is your name?

 

“Balthasar.”

 

What is your nature?

 

“I am a king.”

 

What is your colour?

 

“Purple, and bright gold.”

 

What is your sound?

 

“I sound like I am a king.”

 

How do you feel to the human touch?

 

“Humans don’t touch me.”

 

What do you taste like?

 

[He’s laughing. Pointing to a feast, a very big feast. With pomegranates.]

 

Can you tell us what you taste like?

 

[RXAO just turned up. Balthasar smells – he doesn’t smell – can smell but don’t know what. Like frankincense, but not quite.]

 

How do I express you through emotions?

 

[RXAO sitting behind. Should carry on. Has a very big … showing me kingly type star / sceptre – authority. RXAO nods.]

 

In what forms and images are you most revealed?

 

[As if Balthasar is his puppet. Shows image of feast again. Lots of fruit, very sumptuous. Very ripe and beautiful.]

 

Is there anything else that we should know about you?

 

“He’s not quiet.”

We ended the scrying session by ringing the bell seven times. After that we debriefed and had our usual informal gathering with wine, smoke, and biscuits.

Discussion

One comment for “Enochian working 4 – Rxao – 29 Sept 2010 – ‘An Unexpected Guest’”

  1. Besides being one of the three wise men, Balthazar (from Phoenician Balat-shar-usur, meaning ‘Baal protects the king’) was also an alternate form of Belshazzar, a Babylonian king mentioned in the Book of Daniel. Belshazzar is believed to correspond to Labynetos, the last king of the Babylonians, whos father Nabonidus had been devoted to the moon Goddess Sin (Sumerian: Inanna, Akkadian: Ishtar). “Belshazzar’s Feast” is the part of Daniel in which the desecration of the temple gold from Solomon’s temple is described:

    “King Belshazzar gave a great banquet for a thousand of his nobles and drank wine with them. While Belshazzar was drinking his wine, he gave orders to bring in the gold and silver goblets that Nebuchadnezzar his father had taken from the temple in Jerusalem, so that the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines might drink from them. So they brought in the gold goblets that had been taken from the temple of God in Jerusalem, and the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines drank from them. As they drank the wine, they praised the gods of gold and silver, of bronze, iron, wood and stone.”

    (while Nebuchadnezzar is described as being Belshazzar’s father, the word is commonly believed to have the meaning of ‘forefather’)

    “A smell like frankincense, but not quite” might refer to myrrh, one of the presents which the three wise men brought, together with frankincense and gold. Besides its use as incense, myrrh has been used in various Eastern (Chinese, Ayurveda etc.) and Middle-eastern traditions for its large number of healing properties, and is also used as such in modern medicine.

    Posted by Cosmillogica | September 30, 2010, 8:29 pm

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