The Sacred Word of the Golden Flower
Home is where your heart is. A home is a house, or a dwelling. A house is also a family, or a foundation. As we told you before that man is not a house without a woman, and a woman is not a house without a man. The same is true for a king and queen. He is not a king without a queen. She is not a queen without a king. King is golden, queen is silver. Behold, the rose is the queen of all flowers. The cross itself is golden.
The cross resides in the heart. The cross is the sexual union of man and woman, king and queen. The cross itself is the Golden Flower. Behold this sacred word of the golden flower. It was found at the end of July 2015 by me: Juan Mirieth Auriel. Its etymology is rooted with one Spanish word. This Spanish word is verbally spoken in Latin America. It means her or she. She or her, in Spanish, is ella. In Latin America, it is pronounced EI-YAH (EI as in f'a'te and the Hebrew letter Hei).
In 2015, I, Juan Mirieth Auriel, wrote the word in English as AEYA in my earlier blogs (all blogs before this are deleted and they no longer exist). AEYA, or EI-YAH, can also be written in Hebrew Letters as Ayin-Yod-Hei (עיה). Ayin is to see or experience. Yod is phallus/man. Hei is womb/woman. Yod-Hei (יה) is also another name of God. Yod-Hei can also be spoken as Yah, from Yah-Hovah. The kabbalistic number of Yod-Hei is 15, relating with Samech, the Ouroboros. The numeral value of Ayin is 70. 70 + 15 is 85; when 85 is kabbalistically reduced, the result is 13: immortality. Ahava itself is immortal. AEYA is to experience or see Yah-Hovah Elohim. To experience Yah-Hovah Elohim is to connect oneself with his spouse without spilling the divine energy.
How to use the sacred word of AEYA is up to you. The Letter Ayin has two points upwards, indicating that there are two paths. Like AEYA, another word that has the Hebrew letter Ayin is Da'ath (Daleth-Ayin-Tav). Da'ath also has two paths, yet you must choose wisely. There are two paths: goodness or impurity. This is related to the Sixth Card of the Tarot: Indecision. Yod-Hei from the sum of 15 can be kabbalistically reduced to 6. You cannot serve two masters; it is up to the initiate to serve the Virgin or the Prostitute. The Virgin is the upright path of goodness. The Prostitute is the falling path of impurity.
The word of AEYA has the power to blossom the Golden flower inside the heart. AEYA has the power to blossom the golden cross within the couple; from there the Golden Flower blossoms in radiation. It also has the power to fill the ecstasy of Ahava with his or her spouse. The word AEYA, when spoken from the heart with Ahava to your spouse, is a lot more dynamic and more powerful than you realize, only if you have utilized the sexual forces properly via chastity. Ahava itself is golden, and Ahava itself is the highest form of all religions.
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