The Fountain of Immortality that resides and rises from the coccyx
The Fountain of Immortality that resides and rises from the coccyx (Luz, 'ajbu adh-dhanab', Mooladhara) during the Resurrection: Meditate to experience it daily as the Cool Breeze (Pneuma, Riah Al-Qiyamah, Prana, Qi) of the Holy Spirit (Ruach Elohim, Divine Mother, Tao, Devi, Kukulkan, Paraclete, al-Ruh)
"What is Kundalini really? More commonly known in western cultures as Holy Spirit, Kundalini is the ancient Sanskrit name for the primal life force that animates all living entities—the evolutionary force behind all living matter.... Shaktipat is a Sanskrit word for the process of activating the higher Kundalini-Shakti energy, initiating the process of spiritual growth and enlightenment and advancing personal evolution dramatically. This has also been called the 'baptism by fire' and 'second birth'—a truly sacred mystical experience."
Dr. Larry Jensen PhD, DD, MBA.
According to Hunbatz Men, 'Ku' is sacred, God. 'Kul' is coccyx, the base of the spine, where latent spiritual energy resides. 'Can' means serpent. 'Kukulcan' therefore is synonymous with 'kundalini'—which is what the Kukulcan/ Quetzalcoatl archetype is all about, of course."
Dr. J. J. Harper
"Luz (Hebrew) is the name of a small bone in the human body, at the top of the spinal column (the seventh cervical vertebra) or at the base of the spinal column (the coccyx), according to different traditions. Muslims and Jews believe that this is the bone from which the body will be rebuilt at the time of resurrection, and share the belief that this bone does not decay. Arabic books refer to this bone as 'ajbu adh-dhanab'."
Wikipedia (Retrieved November 18, 2012)
"Luz: Aramaic name for the os coccyx, the 'nut' of the spinal column. The belief was that, being indestructible, it will form the nucleus for the resurrection of the body. The Talmud narrates that the emperor Hadrian, when told by R. Joshua that the revival of the body at the resurrection will take its start with the 'almond,' or the 'nut,' of the spinal column, had investigations made and found that water could not soften, nor fire burn, nor the pestle and mortar crush it (Lev. R. xviii.; Eccl. R. xii.). The legend of the 'resurrection bone,' connected with Ps. xxxiv. 21 (A. V. 20: 'unum ex illis [ossibus] non confringetur') and identified with the cauda equina (see Eisenmenger, 'Entdecktes Judenthum,' ii. 931-933), was accepted as an axiomatic truth by the Christian and Mohammedan theologians and anatomists, and in the Middle Ages the bone received the name" Juden Knachlein" (Jew-bone; see Hyrtl, 'Das Arabische und Hebraische in der Anatomie,' 1879, pp. 165-168; comp. p. 24)"
www.jewishencyclopedia.com (Retrieved November 28, 2012)
"The Coccyx is the last bone in the vertebral column. It was mentioned in many Hadiths that this bone is the origin of humans and the seed from which they will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment and that this part doesn't decay in the earth.
The honoured Hadiths:
1. Abu Huraira reported that The Prophet (PBUH) said: All what of son of Adam will (be eaten???) by the earth except the coccyx from which he was created and from which he will be resurrected Reported by Albukhari, Al Nassaii, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah and Ahmad in his Mousnad and Malek in his Mouattaa.
2. As was reported by Abu Huraira the prophet (PBUH) said: There is a bone in the Son Of Adam that the earth will never eat. They said what is it Oh Prophet of Allah? He said: It is the coccyx Reported by Albukhari, Al Nassaii, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Ahmad in his book al Mousnad and Malek in his book Al Mouattaa.
So the previous Hadiths are clear and contain the following facts:
1. Human are created from the coccyx.
2. The coccyx does not get decayed.
3. On the Day of Judgment, the Resurrection will be from the coccyx."
Dr. Othman Aljilani, www.quranandscience.com (Retrieved November 22, 2012) The Mesoamerican Sacrum Bone: Doorway To The OtherWorld
Brian Stross, University of Texas (PDF document)
Transformation of Global Consciousness
"John Major Jenkins, a noted expert on Mesoamerican cosmology and 2012, reflects New Age mysticism. 'My metaphorical interpretation is the Maya believed that around the year we call 2012, a large chapter in human history will be coming to an end. All the values and assumptions of the previous World Age will expire, and a new phase of human growth will commence.' He further observes,
The ancient Maya understood something about the nature of the cosmos and the spiritual evolution of humanity that has gone unrecognized in our own worldview. The understanding involves our alignment with the center of the Galaxy, our cosmic center and source, and identifies A.D. 2012 as a time of tremendous transformation and opportunity for spiritual growth a transition from one World Age to another.
Jenkins adds, 'Around the year we call 2012 a large chapter inhuman history will be coming to an end. All the values and assumptions of the previous World Age will expire, and a new phase of human growth will commence.
In his book 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, Daniel Pinchbeck advances the thesis that 2012 will bring a new state of human consciousness or 'new intensity of awareness that will manifest itself as a different understanding, a transformed realization, of time and space and self.' Pinchbeck has traveled to numerous indigenous cultures exploring and incorporating their belief systems and practices...
Pinchbeck explains that for the Maya, the end of the great cycle 'was associated with the return of the Mesoamerican deity Quetzalcoatl, 'Sovereign Plumed Serpent.' Pinchbeck doesn't believe in a literal advent of the Mayan god, but maintains that the legend of his return serves as an archetype that 'points toward a shift in the nature of the psyche.' So, his theory of 2012 is that it will bring about 'the transformation of our consciousness,' a 'quantum jump into a new context' that will, in turn, 'lead to the rapid creation, development, and dissemination of new institutions and social structures, corresponding to our new level of mind. From the limits of our current chaotic and uneasy circumstances, this process may well resemble and advance toward a harmonic, perhaps even utopian, situation on earth.' The year 2012, then, marks not a time of destruction, but rather a time of global purification and transformation. Not 'the end of the world, but the end of a world, and the opening of a next.'
Daniel Pinchbeck chronicles what he has learned through his own New Age journeys: 'Through my own shamanic journeys, I realized that modern culture was facing an initiatory crisis on a global scale. We have created a planet of 'kidults,' perpetual adolescents trapped by material desires with no access to higher realms and little sense of purpose or moral responsibility.'"
2012, the Bible, and the End of the World
Mark Hitchcock, Harvest House Publishers (Sep 15 2009) pp. 57-9
"Kundalini is a transforming energy who job is to move us from fragmentation to wholeness on all levels. It eventually brings us to the total integration of our being.
The subject of Kundlaini and its awakening was traditionally the most closely guarded secret of the ancient sages. It was known only to a tiny fraction of humanity—the initiates, the elect, the elite—and knowledge of it was conferred only in the strictest privacy. The poet-saints and the mystics of all traditions have alluded to it, but only in the most veiled and symbolic terms.
Even the most eminent psychologists are mystified by Kundlaini. Fifty years ago in a seminar on Kundalini, the great Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and his colleagues declared that the rising of this force had rarely been seen in the West. They calculated that it would take a thousand years for the Kundlaini to be set in motion by depth psychological analysis.
Jung once said, 'When you succeed in awakening the Kundlaini so that it starts to move out of its mere potentiality, you necessarily start a world which is totally different from our world. It is a world of eternity' ('Psychological Commentary on Kundalini Yoga,' Spring, 1975)."
Ancient Wisdom Modern Science
Stanislav Grof and Marjorie Livingston Valie
State University of New York Press (Jun 30 1984) p. 80
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