Monday, 23 April 2012

Khakas Shamans - Venus Laussel

In recent posts we have featured cancer that people have experienced. How that catapulted them out of a purely earthly reality to enable them to come to know the meaning of life and how fragile it can be. Being taken to deaths door, can be a shock to the system that forces a person to wake up.

Also many that suffered different diseases have gone on to become healers. How can a healer truly help others, truly have the compassion and empathy required if they have not suffered themselves? How can a healer truly understand the root causes of the core issues of disease if they have not addressed it within themselves?

Psychologist Carl Jung knew about shamanic healing, and some of the initiations of the rite of passage. However, he could not write about that which he had not experienced. Hence, it is only those that have lived the various initiations, that can understand others that are going through them. It does not only apply to disease either. It can apply to your missions and projects, the initiation of the 'holy beggar' is also understood by true Buddhists. Very few Christians are aware that shamanic principles can be found in the bible, and it is clear that the one known as Jesus was also a shaman.

Their focus is not only to help individuals with the healing process, but also to help their tribe and community to heal as well. A good shaman understands the power of nature for healing and how it relates to consciousness. Hence, why in the Gospel of Peace, the Master shaman also referred to nature as the holy scroll.

What they experience as an individual benefits others. In scripture it is written that Christ said 'When you know how to suffer, then you know how not to suffer'.

This is a Russian postcard of a female Khakas shaman, the photo was taken in 1908. They lived in the republic of Khakassia in southern Siberia and they speak their own language. Source link states that in the 19th century many Khakas accepted the Russian ways of life, and most were converted en masse to Russian Orthodox Christianity under the threat of death by Russian soldiers.

Nothing has really changed has it, it does not matter where you look, the ways of the indigenous peoples have been impacted upon. This in itself has caused a lot of diseases for the indigenous peoples. You cannot force people to do something without detriment to the person involved. The Khakas have strong Buddhist and Shamanic influences, and some of them combine it with Christianity. They like colorful clothes and their musical instruments. No surprise then that the word Khaka can be found in Hindi.

The word means 'layout', 'sketch', 'profile', 'view', 'chalk'. Clearly, they were artists and healing is also an art. The layout relates to the second letter in the hebrew alphabet. In the original pictographs, it was a  tent plan, a layout of the living space. It looks like these people were one of the original nomadic tribes that went to where the food was.

Interesting that there was news from Russia today, that the first adult white whale as turned up. A good sign for the indigenous peoples that still live in harmony with the land. There are still some people that live in a nomadic way, as they used to do.  They look very much like Tibetans. Kira Van Deusen has provided an article about them, titled. 'The Sleeping Warrior', New Legends in the Rebirth of Khakass Shamanic Culture. [4] I am feeling the tribe of Benjamin with these people.

Beautiful. God said 'Reindeers'. Yes, defenders of the tree of life. 

The shaman is really just a another term for a priest that heals. However, they have a thorough understanding of the initiations that are involved. Of course the birth process is the very first initiation, and the experience of birth can impact on a person for the rest of their lives and it is very unusual to find a person that does not require healing related to the birth process.

It is the same with other life experiences. Hence, 'Life experience is the sacred text of knowledge'. from Sacred Words. Many shamans were also women and this stone carving is around 25,000 years old. It was found in southwestern France. South and west relates to a shaman of peace and that relates to healing. For there is no true peace without healing. [2][3]

If you look at this stone it looks like she is pregnant with a baby that is laying on its side. In the other pictures of the stone, she has her hand on her womb, on the solar plexus, the centre of power. In her hand she is holding an instrument, an instrument that can be used for sound healing. On the horn itself there is 13 marks, in Hebrew gematria 13 is also the value for 'love' in Hebrew.

Apparently there is a 'Y' written on her thigh. Is it possible that the Y is for Yahweh? The fact that there are two signs, 13 and Y together, do signify a clear intention by the carver to leave a message in the location where it was found in the rock shelter.  In the ancient pictographs there is also a symbol in the shape of a Y, Jeff Benner author of the Hebrew Lexicon states that it is the tent peg, it became the Hebrew letter VAV. As we know there is also a biblical prophecy about the tent peg that is ELIAKIM.

Venus of Laussel 

The carving is also informing the people to heal their baby, heal their inner child because the baby can hear every sound when it is in the womb. The birth process can also be traumatic for a baby as it comes through the birth canal. The instrument in her hand reminds me of the shofar, and I was in a rocky place outside of what many say is Elijah's tomb on mount carmel, when it was blown by a humble stall holder during Rosh Hashanah in 2007. 

The horn was also mentioned by King David in Psalm 92, when he mentioned the Harp of Faithfulness. King David said 'You have exalted my horn, like that of a wild ox, I have been anointed with fresh oil. The shofar is also associated with a jubilee year and when it was sounded all debts had to be written off. Some say these carvings could be anywhere between 23,000-29,000 years old. That would certainly link in with what is happening now planetary wise with the galactic centre and its re-alignment with what the Maya term the sacred tree. 

This carving was one of four, did it provide a prophecy about the future, a positive event to do with the divine feminine? The birthing of a new reality? You decide. 







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