When we lay aside our prejudices, false certainties and dogmas regarding who we are, our life fills with luminous innocence. When we admit that we don’t truly know where we are going nor where we come from, we intimately align with all living creatures. Then each of your breath becomes a step towards the unknown, which we take alone and together. And you can rest assured that the unknown, touched by our innocence, sooner or later, is bound to unveil itself. (Franco Santoro)
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They won’t listen. Do you know why? Because they have certain fixed notions about the past. Any change would be blasphemy in their eyes, even if it were the truth. They don’t want the truth; they want their traditions.
Isaac Asimov, born on 2 January 1920, Sun in Capricorn, Moon in Taurus, Ascendant in Gemini (10.2.3), died 6 April 1992, American author and professor of biochemistry, best known for his works of science fiction and popular science. One of the most prolific writers of all time. Quotes: Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be. I feel that the longest and worst punishment should be reserved for those who slandered God by inventing Hell.
Other celebrities born today:
Daisaku Ikeda (born 2 January 1928, Japan) Buddhist philosopher, educator, author, and anti-nuclear activist, the founding president of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI), the world’s largest Buddhist lay organization.
Thérèse of Lisieux, (10.12.7) French Roman Catholic nun (2 January 1873-d. 1897)
Christian Daniel Rauch, German sculptor (2 January 1777-d. 1857)
Dugald Campbell Patterson, American pioneer (2 January 1860-d. 1931)
Ernst Barlach, (10.10) German sculptor (2 January 1870-d. 1938)
Slava Raškaj, Croatian painter (2 January 1877-d. 1906)
Dziga Vertov, Russian filmmaker (2 January 1895-d. 1954)
Michael Tippett, English composer (2 January 1905-d. 1998)
Luigi Zampa, (10.9.3) Italian film director and screenwriter (2 January 1905-d. 1991)
Violet Vivian Finlay Stuart Mann, British writer (2 January 1914-d. 1986)
Daisaku Ikeda, Japanese writer 2 January 1928
Julius La Rosa, American singer 2 January 1930
Peter Redgrove, British poet (2 January 1932-d. 2003) “The mystery religions were instituted in order to protect the marvels of the commonplace from those who would devalue them.”
Seiichi Morimura, Japanese novelist 2 January 1933
Roger Miller, American singer (2 January 1936-d. 1992)
Hans Herbjørnsrud, Norwegian author 2 January 1938
David Shapiro, American poet, literary critic, and art historian 2 January 1947
Alexander Pogrebinsky, Russian painter 2 January 1951
Jimmy Santiago Baca, American poet and writer 2 January 1952
Christine Lavin, American singer-songwriter 2 January 1952
Vivien Savage, French singer 2 January 1955
Todd Haynes, American film director 2 January 1951
Sanda Ladoşi, Romanian singer 2 January 1970
Renee Elise Goldsberry, American actress and singer 2 January 1971
Syesha Mercado, American singer and actress 2 January 1987
2 January commemorates the date (2 January 1988) when the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe were officially accepted by the Nairodnah Ierarkordo through a special authorisation filed as Amisiv karekay 1931, adesha 37, disekas dusri janvari 1988 autoralti. Together with the way out for the unveiling of the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe, the above authorisation marked the institution of a special branch within the Provisional Order, initially called Anaghaseva and later, as from 2nd January 2000, identified asSacred Cone Circle, or Pahai Sangha.
2 February 1988 is another memorable date in the Provordo for it marks the second stage of the institution of the Anaghaseva, through the issue of the Supply Vicar, A.F.S. Bogus’ letter, which appears at page 5 of the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe (see picture). With this letter the Supply Vicar, in its function of Higher Delegate, grants third-dimensional visibility to the Sacred Cone Seed via the publication of the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe themselves, and refers to the controversial rekonditus kanunes, which are briefly outlined in the Concise Epitome of the Compendium of the Sacred Cone.
A further relevant date, completing this first trinity of dates, is 5 April 1988, marking the Prasampadake Bhumika, the introduction to the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe, finally published on18 April 1988.
The date 2 January, starting from the sunset of 1 January and ending on the sunset of 2 January, is a major celebration in the Provordo, marking the Provordo start of the Multidimensional Year.
With 2 January 2012 we are definitely entering into the final Third Stage of the Sacred Cone Circle. Each stage lasts 12 years. The first stage included the time from 2 January 1988 to 2 January 2000, and was related with the positive polarity, the second stage from 2 January 2000 to 2 January 2012 involved the negative polarity.
The Third Stage, from 2 January 2012 to 2 January 2024, implies the emergence of the third polarity, i.e. in more pragmatic terms, the unveiling of the intercourse with the void, the shift from the reproductive biology of human mammals to the reproductive biology of the matrix.
The Third Stage is also exemplified by the publication of a third copy of the Provordo Etnai Sagdhanatabe and its official public visibility as from 2 January 2012 at Provordo Jesi.
The Day of the Amissiv Kareka is celebrated by inviting Pahai Sadoh, into a reproductive enterprise, which involves the insemination of 1A, 1B and 1C. Such enterprise entails the coming together of humans, of both genders, including also the whole third-dimensional visible reality, as one single polarity in relationship with the Void and unseen reality.
In order for this unseen reality, the Void, to come (in all senses), we need to turn it on, bearing in mind that for this purpose, besides being naked, we also require not to be alone. Hence the larger the group and nudity, the larger are the chances to make it.
Please bear in mind that this is a Solemnity of the Second Day, which is related to the Second Stage of the Basic Ritual of the Sacred Cone, hence rather cathartic. Unless there is a firm adherence to the Intention and a firm ritual structure events and interactions can easily go out of balance.