I just ordered my copy.
~ Objective Observation
All one can do, is take it all in
“The precursor of life requires you, the viewer, to drink from the river of forgetfulness before you enter the greatest multidimensional theater in which you become the projector as well as the projected. As you begin your personal journey inside the super hologram of life you become overwhelmed by the billions of bits of information received by your newly acquired senses, and consequently get drawn deep into the drama of the waking dream. You then form ideas and opinions and sense of identity that is local and temporary. Through identification with the waking dream we bottle ourselves into a delicate momentary field of imagination. The so-called me is nothing but a composite phenomenon that cannot exist by itself unless you, the viewer, perceive it as real.”
Lord Mithra, the Source of Light
Goddess Anahita, the Source of Consciousness
One of the earliest of the Great Mothers, Anahita was the ancient Persian Goddess of water, fertility, and patroness of women, as well as a Goddess of war. She embodied the physical and metaphorical qualities of water, especially the fertilizing flow of water from the fountain in the stars; thus She ruled over all the waters – rivers, streams, lakes, and the sea, as well as the life-giving fluids of mankind, such as semen and mother’s milk. Rivers and lakes were sacred to Her, as they were thought to be the waters of birth. She is depicted as a beautiful young virgin with full breasts. She is dressed in golden robes complete with jewels and a halo crown or diamond tiara, sometimes carrying a water pitcher. Her name means “the immaculate one” and She was viewed as the “Golden Mother” and also as a warrior maiden. The dove and the peacock are Her sacred animals. Anahita is sometimes regarded as the consort of Mithra.
I received this book the other day, started reading it last night, and could hardly put it down. In fact, I was awake in the middle of the night reading again! Very interesting indeed.