The fundamental Cosmic sequence and vibration of four
More than one year ago I was shown by three main soul connections in spirit form and my own soul that there is a specific sequence in Cosmic creative processes that can lead to a deeper understanding of both the spirit realms and the material realms. It is in the world of dark matter where a huge secret was revealed that lead to a deep research on the meaning of the infamous Swastika symbol.
First of all let us consider the following sequence and some fundamentals that serve as basis for the analysis of the Swastika. Think about this: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16…n.
There are many sequences but the above sequence is of fundamental meaning in the Cosmic creative processes and frequently you will see a mention of this sequence in future posts.
As mythological or idyllic as it might sound, I was given two specific examples to start understanding this sequence: the well known and widely understood or misunderstood concept of twin flames and an unknown concept: twin brothers and twin sisters. Before you cringe and run away with these words, I invite you to stay a little further as there is absolutely no flowery romance in this story. Far from romantic, there is something a little metaphysical, a little psychological, a little spiritual, a little dramatic, and a little historical in this notion, and further more, a little more subconscious.
People live their lives, there is conflict and harmony everywhere, for you see, Cosmos is a playground of tug of war dynamics, but also of chaos, equilibrium and static relationships between the components of an vast unit of visible and invisible particles.
Vibration of One
One single unit, one single individual, is capable of wonders, creative potential, and miracles. But no point would there be if everything had remained in the silence of the One, where nothing was yet manifest, except the One in itself. One though, is what makes us whole in our marvelous individual expression as Cosmic humans. But even if One can exist without disturbance, boring existence thus becomes and there is a lack of sense of identity or self perceived value.
Vibration of Two
Then comes the idea of the first mirror reflection which in our Multiversal creation is commonly said to be a polarization of such nature that one would perceive as backwards to the other, and thus you get the erroneous yet paradoxical true idea that a masculine and feminine relationship is often times too opposite, yet complimentary.
Forget about romantic movies or dramas and let us go to the most basic notions of particles made up of electromagnetic charges. Electricity feels like a very dynamic and chaotic force that is destructive while magnetism acts more like a disperse stable force that unifies. There you go, electricity is by nature the twin flame of magnetism. It is something that every being carries within, so there is the first dual nature of every individual.
Every individual balances the mind with the heart, being the mind usually associated as the astute masculine unit while the heart would reflect the intuitive feminine nature within. So when you choose a mate both in physical and at soul level, and you decide to learn and experience the maximum possibilities, this individual can be labelled as your twin flame, and you can define them further at your convenience and you decide for yourself if such concept applies or not to your understanding of experience and how many conditions you can apply to another of opposite gender you choose as your closest mate. You can live happily or miserable with that person either way, or even in a state of boredom. In terms of physics these are just states such as “chaos, equilibrium and/or static”.
I could go further and further sharing examples that you already know about the known vibration of two. Too many examples to name. So let us go directly to the vibration of four.
Vibration of Four and the Swastika
Here is the point where existence became very interesting and very joyful and very painful in equal measure.
The polarity of two decided to see itself in another type of mirror reflection and from there build up new complementary forces. Before exploring some concepts and dynamics that have complex awareness and personality traits, let us think first about the vibration of four in nature.
In the most basic forms of material manifestation the four elements were created: air, water, fire and earth. Such four elements are complementary to each other and worlds are born from them in all their possible combinations and measurements. If the four become imbalanced you can see truly disastrous results in nature, like how currently in our times of transition we can see extreme weather patterns and other disasters that involve the four elements. The four create a cross. So see in here, the first example of what the Swastika can represent then. Not one element is better than the other, but without one, the others cannot create something as magnificent as if the four are present.
Another relationship of four is the four seasons experienced on Earth. Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring are sequential stages of the natural processes of birth, death and rebirth and each one has its unique beauty and importance. A season alone has no meaning without the other three. Imbalances in the four elements create imbalances in the way the four seasons manifest.
Such relationships evolved over time to be given new meaning and complexity. Going back to human relationships and relationships in other beings, consider that after the recognition and accomplishment of polarization of Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine aspects, then comes the learning process of the Divine Feminine divided into two complementary aspects of itself while the Divine Masculine sees itself in the mirror reflection of another aspect of itself, equally complementary. Such is the case when a being that carries a predominant feminine expression can see her reflection in the eyes of another female being and such is also true for a male being seeing his own reflection in another male being.
Consider as examples certain polarized concepts of the Feminine such as a Light Goddess and a Dark Goddess, a loyal female whose complement is the female who seeks freedom. Masculine concepts can include equally a Light God and a Dark God, a male who has discipline and is complemented by the temper of a male who is nurturing. If the last two become imbalanced and extreme, the first archetype can become a dark archetype of control while the other one could be seen as too permissive. When Feminine and Masculine principles can see themselves reflected in the eyes of the same gender or polarity, positive relationships can add more meaning to the creative processes, or it can bring the greatest levels of conflict and destruction.
It is common in our current society to find such combinations when a relationship of four is found. For example, different levels of competition in certain disciplines take place between two individuals of the same gender, or the greatest bonds are born that reflect complementary qualities or attributes. To add to the complexity of such relationships it is not uncommon either that when the goal of unity is broken among the principle of four, conflicts such as two couples fighting against each other when specific situations like a divorce happens and one or both decide to marry another, and the tension is evident, especially if children are involved.
Historically speaking, there are plenty of examples of such levels of conflict among godly figures that, according to their own views of existence and organization of creative processes, the counterpart of each other is the evil one, both in the case of male figures and in the case of female figures. In other cases, archetypal figures are seen as embodying complementary functions, attributes or personality traits.
When such original intention to create harmony and balance among polar opposite or complementary archetypes is not accomplished, such levels of conflict are easily propagated like waves that can echo for millions of years. Patterns are repeated. Either small groups of individuals create further levels of conflict and they create an influence over other groups, or such groups can create ripples of harmony and healing among other groups of individuals.
Ideologies born within a broken vibration of four lead to polarized beliefs, structures and systems. Parties are then divided and armies of supporters in the forms of civil groups, organizations and others alike propagate the disharmony and lack of mutual understanding.
Even in astrology we can find some very interesting relationships. Each Sun sign has a polar opposite that can be expressed within the embodied feminine and masculine polarities:
The two signs that hold the first attributes of Motherly-Fatherly-Alpha-Omega dynamics are Cancer and Capricorn, and from there, the other signs express combined qualities and challenging traits.
It is well documented that there is plenty of evidence and a magnificent legacy of architecture, statues and objects that are carved with the symbol of the Swastika:
Many sources of information mention that in some cultures the Swastika was used as a symbol of good luck, life and peace. In contrast, nowadays a collective wound arising from the events that took place during World War II give a somber meaning to this symbol: destruction, loss, racism, dark occult practices, etc.
You can do research on this topic and there is already a wide variety of materials available that give specific examples and knowledge of the Swastika in each ancient civilization.
It can be concluded then that any symbol, and any vibration in Cosmos can represent the original order of unity and balance in the dance of individual expression and energetic exchange among units that at any point can be lost and seen in the eyes of devastating conflicts. The understanding of how such balanced relationships in nature and the complex conscious awareness of beings can become imbalanced gives a new meaning to these often times partially understood or misunderstood symbols.