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A unicorn, communion, God within, and Christ

excerpted from the notebooks of Jack Haas


It becomes a living emptiness.

And I am that.


A harmonious, living vibration, not energetically bound into this realm, and yet effective within this realm. A unique, free, will-full, conscious, and active vibration.


You must dance first, then you may become the musician.


The stern coldness without protects the inner sanctum within, wherein lies the great, infinite, aware, peace and power.


I am one with my creation.


The core is love. Becoming the core, one radiates from love, which is also dark, and so drives away all that is not love, so that the unlove hovers on the periphery, and is redeemed back to the core when it returns to love.


All is self.


To give birth and yet release your creation at every moment, is to be the Mother who is also the Father, and the consciousness which is the all. Om, baby!


We become, and then emanate, the impersonal One.


The ocean of the Cosmic Christ, immersed in the infinite body of Sophia.

Awareness united with love.


To have faith in the God within, is to unify the self with the Self.

To not divide the outer from the within, is to become the still point and the dance.

To have faith in your own inner will, and to know that you are the outer, is to bless this realm that you are with the force of love that you are.


The root of the word ‘innocent’ is ‘inn’; to be innocent is one form of giving refuge to others.


Communion from black priest in Notre Dame.


Marrying the space and the substance is the androgynous Christ who loves this realm but needs little from it.


Communion at Chartres.


My Hagia Sophia dream, related to the curry colored church in Nice.


The unicorn emerges as the double helix of dark and light intent to perfection, woven into one solid protrusion from the third eye.


In many of the churches and cathedrals in France there are paintings and sculptures of a crowned Mother Mary holding a crowned baby Jesus. This is the symbol of the divine, infinite feminine expressing Herself into the manifest as the finite Christ, who is crowned by his oneness with the divine, infinite male, the Father, thus completing the Tree of Life, and perfecting the divine, cosmic whole.

            In the Notre Dame in Nice, there is a painting of Mother Mary wearing a blue shawl over a red robe which stands behind a sculpture (ie manifestation) of Jesus wearing the exact same thing, for they are one.



excerpted from the unpublished notebooks of Jack Haas



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