Shiva And Kali
When we consider Tantrism, Buddhism and Hinduism it is immediately apparent that most of the knowledge contained within these paths, especially those that follow the left-hand path, is based upon personal experience and as such able to be duplicated by others. The student is not expected to blindly believe what they are told, but to experience it personally and directly within his or her body.
This is especially true in regards to the Tantric generation and use of sexual orgasm energy in the development of the soul and the various subtle bodies. For the past 4000 years the energies of empowerment have been those of the throat chakra and the third eye, abstract mental energy and so called Christ consciousness, respectively. That is 4000 years of denial of all other organic intelligence and awareness!
In today’s world people debate whether there is a soul or extrasensory abilities. Materialism has become so prevalent that the spiritual or nonphysical side of life is not recognized and ignored by large segments of the population. All of that is about to change, and to change radically as the crown chakra energies of unity and the sexual orgasm energies, the garden of Eden energies, dominate our new world! This is the Kali Yuga! This is the age of Tantrism! This is the age of the left-hand path! This is the age of the diamond or thunderbolt body!
This is the age when each person has the opportunity to experience for themselves the reality of the soul and the reality of the nonphysical worlds and beings. There is nothing theoretical about this, only experiential! There is an organic process which is sweeping across our world and opening our psyches to new realities.
In the book “the yoga of power: Tantric, Shakti and the secret Way” by Julius Evola he says:
“The tantras go on to reaffirm the ancient Vedic-brahmanic and Buddhist belief in the siddha’s superiority to all other divinities. The siddha has power over three worlds. No God, including Brahma, Vishnu, and Hari — Hara can resist him. The possibility of doing as one pleases and to prevent things from happening is theoretically upheld. The siddha is Lord of death in the specific sense of being able to kill the body through an act of the will — the so-called Samhara — mudra, the act of dissolution — of not experiencing death, and of transferring one’s consciousness to any chosen level of existence. A siddha, according to Milarepa, goes at will through existence as an untamed lion freely roams a mountainous region. A power often considered by Tantrism is the so-called phowa. On the one hand, this power consists in projecting oneself outside one’s body, into bodies corresponding to other abodes or cosmic planes. On the other hand, it consists in assuming someone else’s body, thus becoming the real driving force behind that person’s thoughts, resolutions, and passions, which he still believes to be his. In particular, a siddha cannot lie, since his word is a word of power, which commands to reality; thus everything he says would become true. In him the fundamental Tantric motif of the unity of bhoga and mukti is actualized. He enjoys the dignity of chakravarti, of a world ruler, and also of a freedom that cannot be expressed anywhere else. The tantras therefore claim that there is no yoga as powerful as kundalini yoga.”
This is powerful stuff! Especially when one is asked to personally experience it for themselves and not just take it as an element of faith. Perhaps the most powerful images of the Tantric path are those of the divine couple Shiva and Kali/Shakti.
Shiva is portrayed in a dance representing the rhythm of both the creation and destruction of the worlds. Notice the use of the plural. These worlds represent the multidimensional astral planes or the spirit jewel worlds which create and support the manifestation of the physical world we experience. He is also depicted as shooting forth unending quantities of sperm energy.
This image contains the entire secret of Tantrism in terms of the male generating sexual orgasm energy. Consider this excerpt by Julius Evola:
“In a highly symbolic Tantric icon Shakti is portrayed at the earth’s level (the muladhara chakra) as a snake wrapped around Shiva’s phallus and resting its head on the phallus’s orifice. We must refer to the metaphysical theory according to which animal or physical generation is an empty surrogate of spiritual generation. The continuation of the species, through the use of sex perceived mainly as a generative power, represents a sort of ephemeral and earthly eternity, or a facsimile of continuity, in the series of separated, mortal individuals that follow one another in time. This spatio-temporal continuity is a mere surrogate for the continuity that would be insured by an ascending or vertical birth, or by a metaphysical integration that is well beyond the finite state of an individual who is conditioned by a specific physical body. Shiva’s reproductive organ (phallus), is called svayambhu-linga, or supportless linga, since it has its principal within itself. The term alludes to the power proper to a different begetting, not physical, but transcendent and anagogic; a begetting into a perfect, unblemished, incorruptible, and eternal life. Kundalini’s head is blocking the opening of Shiva’s phallus, thus preventing the ejaculation of semen, which is the principle of such an endogenesis. This clearly signifies that polarization, in the sense of sexual desire and procreative energy, prevents the force of the Shaivist’s vayanrbhu-linga from becoming explicit and from assuming its proper form.”
What is described here is the deliberate use of sexual orgasm energy driven in an upward direction for the creation of the immortal physical body or the soul. This is done through the process of sperm retention during orgasm. Personal experience will readily show that the generation of sexual orgasm energy twice a day is required for the destruction/creation of the astral universe and development of the soul. This is to be considered a continuous or ongoing process taking place over several years.
“Kali/Shakti is portrayed in this way:
A further interpretation of Kali’s role is found in popular iconography. There Kali appears black and naked, wearing only a necklace of severed heads. Under this aspect the goddess is Shiva’s Shakti, namely, his power of active transcendence. The color black represents transcendence over any manifested and visible thing. According to a well-received etymology of the word, her name is Kali since she devours time, becoming, and progress, which constitute the lot of samsara existence. Her nakedness symbolizes her being free of forms. The 50 heads she wears around her neck which in popular mythology belong to slain demons are made to correspond to the 50 letters of the Sanskrit alphabet, which in turn symbolize the various cosmic powers presiding over the manifestation (matrika, which Greek speculation identified as logoispermatikoi) The heads allude to those powers because they are removed from the elementary nature, proper to the descending phase. Therefore, if the role of maya-shakti’s power in the tantras is one of negation, then Kali’s role, and the aspect so far considered, may be said to be a negation of the negation. Here we begin to witness the self-destructive and self transcending orientation of the power that in Tantrism plays a considerable role, especially in the context of left-hand practices and rituals. To destroy and to transcend should be seen mainly in terms of (1) going beyond manifested and conditioned forms, and (2) getting rid of the habit of identifying oneself with external forms, whether human or cosmic. The destruction considered here concerns the elements of desire and of enslaving fascination with the self. It is considered a matter of secondary importance if, at an individual or social level, this attitude may eventually require severing relationships and personal attachments. When we talk about the process of destruction at work in the multiform world of nature, we should not confuse it with Kali’s attributes, since they serve the transcendental purpose of leading upward and beyond ( this incidently, is the Latin etymology of the word transcendence). That is why in a Tantric hymn Kali is presented under that particular Shaktic form in which she picks up what preceded her. In this context, the term employed to describe her action is vikvasamghera. In it, Shiva’s power, or Shakti is clearly manifested.”
What is being described here is Kali’s role in receiving Shiva’s sexual orgasm energy, mixing it with her own, and weaving a brand-new reality out of the substance out of the substance of the old reality. In doing this she uses his energy as the pattern for a new creation. This entire process takes place within the astral realms prior to manifesting as physical reality. In the act of creating a new reality out of the substance of the old reality both destruction and creation appear simultaneously.
This time the process involves working with female sexual orgasm energy, receiving male sexual orgasm energy, combining with it, and through the destruction of existing astral realities creating something new. Again, sexual orgasm energy needs to be generated at least twice a day to destroy the existing fabric of the astral worlds. This is symbolized by the continuous and unending intercourse between Shiva and Kali.
All of this happens upon the nonphysical planes of the astral. It is the continuous and unending intercourse between the subtle bodies of the male and female that destroy and create new realities and new universes! It is not a requirement for the female and the male to be physically joined in a sexual embrace, but they must be joined in a nonphysical embrace and in the exchange of non-physical sexual orgasm energy.
This is perhaps the most profound and powerful secret of Tantrism! Stated plainly, the male and female partner must both generate sexual orgasm energy at least twice a day, continuously, over an extended period of time. But this energy can be generated auto erotically and transferred into the astral or spiritual planes where it will automatically find and combine with the opposite sex energy of the correct partner! The two opposite sex partners are not required to have physical contact, only nonphysical contact! It is the soul contact that is important, not the physical or sexual contact!
This aspect of Organic Gnosticism develops the soul and its powers through the use of the subtle body or nonphysical body which in the past has been incorrectly termed an incubus or succubus. These subtle bodies are in actuality aspects of an individual soul and projections of the physical body.
For the first time Organic Gnosticism reveals the stunning truth! You do not require a physical partner and a physical relationship to practice Tantrism and the development of your soul. Until you find the correct physical partner you can work auto erotically and your sexual orgasm energy will seek out and be drawn to an appropriate soul partner! It does not matter whether you are male or female.
This is possible because the energy of the new eon is sexual orgasm energy, vital life energy, or garden of Eden energy, whichever you prefer to call it. It is now available to all life forms and all species! This is the Kali Yuga in which all the secrets of Tantrism will be revealed! I