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The Nine Energy Bodies of Man

{written by : Maia Christianne Mallika}

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A look at the Nine Energy Bodies as symbolized by the parts on the body of the scarab. Ancient Egyptian "lost" wisdom akashically translated.

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Based on the Nine Faces of Christ by Eugene E. Whitworth, I received this expanded version from Thoth, which includes symbolic relationship with the body of the scarab.

In its most ancient and sacred interpretation, the scarab represents the nine subtle bodies of man:

1) the Ren, or vibrational name identifying the DNA codes of the individual’s physical body, which is located symbolically at the mouth of the scarab.

2) the Khat, being the second of the three physical bodies. It carries the charge for and incorporates within it, the entropic matter of the flesh. On the scarab this is located symbolically at the center of its ‘belly’.

3) the Ka, which is the etheric double of the physical body. This is an incorporeal duplicate of the corporeal form, which can emulate that form in body, mind and emotions, yet it can also anticipate the evolutionary path of the body, drawing it into a greater revolution upon the spiral of Light-incorporated matter. This movement is nevertheless limited to the willingness of the whole spiritual entity to make that evolutionary leap. The circumference of the scarab, defined by its folded legs, represents the Ka.

4) the Ab, which is the first of the three emotional-mental bodies, is the Mind at the center of the Heart. . It is the ‘Eye of the Lion’, where the Beast (lower mind-emotion) meets the Royal Sun (heart-mind). This ‘Sacred Heart’ of Spiritualized Intelligence is to be found at the point on the back of the scarab, where the two wings come together, forming a triangle in-between the closed wings.

5) the Ba is the ‘Soul of the Heart’. This is the aspect of the emotional body that is able to move beyond its own evolutionary form, thus assisting the Ka to re-create itself within the higher paths of evolution. The Ba projects through the ‘borderlands’ of the personal experience and into the realm of impersonal unification with the All. The wings of the scarab are the Ba-points on this beetle.

6) the Khaibit, which means ‘shadow’, is the last of the three emotional bodies. The Khaibit is the ‘Rectifyor’ of the emotions. It discerns and judges the degrees of dissolution of lesser self and the vivification of Greater Self. It can be harsh on the lower emotions, but is a guardian of the Balance of Maat (the Egyptian archetype of Justice) within the nine-fold human experience. It is through the Khaibit that the Lords of Karma govern over the soul. The eyes of the scarab hold the power of Khaibit.

7) Sekem is the Vital power contained within the three spiritual bodies. It is the vitality of the human experience in its process of identifying and moving towards supernal ecstasy. It is not the supernal itself, but that which registers the existence of the supernal into the physical-emotional bodies. Thus to the ancients of Lemuria and Atlantis, it was known as the ‘Proclaimer’. The Egyptian archetype ‘Sekhmet’ derives her name from this vital body. The activity of the ‘humming’ beat of the scarab wings personifies the Sekem (whereas with the ‘Ba’, it is the wings outstretched and ready for flight).

8) the Sahu is the Spiritual Body created from the ‘Words of Power’. It is built through conscious invocation and in its lesser form is strongly based in personal self-identity; yet in its greater presence is orchestrated by planetary and universal service to the Light. It is the Sahu that was utilized and called upon to create archetypes in the Temples of Old. Through the Sahu, so the soul may unify its being with the hierarchies of Masters, Angels, and other Superior, Radiant Intelligences. The face is the region on the scarab that symbolizes the Sahu, for it is on the human face that the Light Programs of the Higher Heaven (the Metatronic realm) are encoded into the human form.

9) the Kuhu is the Spiritual Soul. This is the ‘Radiant Garment’, or Christed Self that contains the Language of Light necessary to lift the soul to an exalted state within the Higher Heaven of Metatron. It is immortal. We find the Kuhu upon the back of the scarab, revealed only after the wings have parted and are raised to the sky. It is the ‘Lakta Chakti’ of the Hunoras, a tribe of peoples in what is now India, contemporary with the latter era of Atlantis. The Lakta Chakti is the Light which burns from the center of the ‘atoma’ or central sun of the body in a nova, transforming the physical form into a radiant expression of the Divine. We could also call this dynamic of the parting of the wings to reveal the Kuhu, as the parting of the veil to reveal the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Solomon, or the rolling away of the stone on the tomb of Christ.

Author Bio :
I have been an akashic visionary since birth. At 6 months old I pointed my finger to a night sky and said “star.” I began my work in earnest at the age of 17, over 42 years ago. I have devoted my life to this service entirely. My full bio is available online at http://www.spiritmythos.org/intro/maia.html
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