Author: Doug Esse
The following graphs depict an introduction to divine procession from the nothingness/void of Infinity-without-awareness through manifestation and concluding with creation returning to the Infinite Creator, or Source. This information is based upon my understanding of the Law of One material, so it will contain my own limitations. It is also meant to be an introduction and not highly nuanced or academic. May this work be of service to others in the spirit with which it was created.
Once Infinity becomes aware of Itself, Infinity knows it has: 1) Infinite Free Will, and 2) Infinite Energy or Power to exercise this divine free will. Already, then, we see a nuance to Infinity: Free Will and Energy. The Law of One material calls this Energy, Love. Due to the limits of our language, Ra provides two further nuances of Love but calls both of these nuances, “Intelligent Energy.” I make the case that Ra’s description of Intelligent Energy can fall into Logoic and Holy Spiritual. Intelligent Energy, or Love, as Logos is a Creator and is self-aware. Intelligent Energy, or Love, as Spirit is awareness, itself, and has several functions. These include: awakening, enspiriting, enlivening, indwelling, attracting, yearning for, and investing.
The Ankh is the Archetype of Archetypes because it symbolizes how the eternal, or infinity, manifests. Furthermore, manifestation, itself, is a process or series of transformations. And for transformation to take place, there is always a “death,” “a losing,” “a sacrifice,” “a offering,” “a surrender,” that precedes “a rising,” “a resurrection,” “a new configurement,” “a new order,” “a rebirth,” “growth.” Transformation, whether it is at the level of the cosmic, or at the level of the human, always follows the pattern of “death and resurrection.” Always. Christians call this pattern, “The Pascal Mystery.” We will use this symbol as a way to graph how the Infinite Creator–or the Trinity–manifests the densities, or the “cosmic chakras.” Through the pattern of the Cross, or the Ankh, the One becomes the Many.