A Course in Cosmic Consciousness
A Practical Guide to Oneness with the Divine in six easy lessons
by Karl Hans Welz, inventor of the Chi Generator®, Orgonite®, etc.
A Gigantic Step into the Future !!!
Wilhelm Reich and Franz Anton Mesmer 150 years before Reich invented accumulators of life force, a device that accumulated life force from its surroundings. Masemer called this energy "animal magnetism," Reich called it "orgone."
Karl Hans Welz invented the generator of life force (Orgone Generator®, Chi Generator® or Prana Generator®) the first device on the planet that actually generates life force. One year later he invented orgonite®, a very effective material to accumulate life force (chi, orgone, prana, mana).
The shortest distance between two points in the universe is a structural link!™
• The Workspace Outside Yourself.
• Protective Measures.
• The Altar.
• The Workspace Within Yourself.
• Astral travel.
• Practice: Being One with the Will.
• The Mental Plane.
• The Interaction with Water and Air.
• Your Outer Realm.
• Exploring the Air Element.
• Being One with the Mind.
• Practice of Aligning the Three...
Oneness of the Divine can be the single most important factor on
your road to success in achieving positive permanent change!
In this lesson you will become familiar with the second element of oneness: The element of Water. In choosing this sequence, we follow the structure of the Divine name Yod He Vau He. The first He in this name represents the element of water, or the astral plane.
Elemental Polygons and Cabalistic Structure
In the first lesson you became familiar with the elemental polygons. When referring to elemental shapes, most students think of one of two methods to symbolize elements. One set of elemental symbols is taught in hermetic schools. The other set refers to the system of "tattwas." For our purpose, both sets of symbols are useless. We need a set of elemental symbols that represents the four elements within. This set is an expression of the Divine name of Yod He Vau He. Therefore, the elemental polygons that we are using are exact structural representations that are evident in the basic cabalistic principles. We can derive these basic cabalistic principles from the structure of the Solar system as we perceive it. Read the following carefully, because this will help you gain a more useful access to the cabalistic system.
When the cabbalist refers to three mothers, seven double letters and 12 simple ones, he means the three elements above that which is conscious (the earth element), seven planetary principles, and the twelve zodiacal modifiers.
The three mother letters are Aleph, Mim, and Schin, relating the cards of the Tarot: the Magician, Death, and the Fool. They are the square, the pentagon, and the triangle. The fourth element, earth, is in all other principles: the seven double ones and the twelve simple ones. Its representation is the pentagram.
Double principles are represented by numbers that you can divide by a double 3, i.e., a 9. The exception here must be 360, which is an expression of all.
Some systems of magic of the planetary spheres ascribe a number of planetary spirits, or genii, to each sphere that corresponds to the number of its polygon: 9 to the sphere of Saturn, 18 to the sphere of Jupiter, 36 to the sphere of Mars, 45 genii to the sphere of the Sun, 72 to the sphere of Mercury, 90 to the sphere of Venus, and 180 spirits to the sphere of the Moon. The 360 relates to the Earth, which is manifestation, not planetary function.
If your intent is to align the elements within as a relation to the
generalized universal principles that they can express, you will do
well to utilize the zodiacal polygons that represent these principles:
The triangle, the pentagon, the square is Vau, the pentagram is the
second He. It is interesting to note that the polygon with five points
if the first one that can be inscribed in a circle in two regular shapes:
a pentagon and a pentagram. This is expressed in the Divine name that
has two letters He. Incidentally the letter He is also the fifth letter
in the Hebrew Alphabet.
The Divine name and the process of manifestation
The Divine name as expressed in the elementary polygons is a perfect expression of the world as we experience it. Consequently, identifying ourselves with this Divine principle means to gain control over the energies of a higher order that desire manifestation.
The triangle relates to the spark that sets things in motion. Its correlate within ourselves is our will. In the cosmos it is the world of emanation. It is the power to say the "there is" ("let there be").
We find its opposite in the water element, as expressed in the pentagon. The five is the second figurative prime number. The qualities of water are cold and humid, as opposed to the hot and dry of fire. It correlates to our emotions. In the cosmos it is the world of formation. Water represents life while fire represents light. Water and fire are considered to be the basic elements while the other two elements are regarded to be interactions between the two primary elements. Water is desire to manifest that goes with all life. It is desire and formation. Fire is will to create.
The air element is interaction between fire and water. It creates the matrices that are necessary for manifestation. It structures, organizes, and adjusts. Anything that you intend to create needs a mental form that determines its relations within the planes of existence. It is dual, relating to both fire and water and allowing the interaction of these two primary elements in the process of manifestation. The square is a geometric shape that lies between the triangle and the pentagon. The four is no prime number. It is 2 x 2, the double of a prime number or a prime number multiplied by itself. It expresses the dual nature of our thinking, but also the organizing of all there is perceived into the four elements, again 2 x 2. The four represents the structural qualities of the mental plane that we perceive. You can see our mind as a sensory organ that perceives forms in the mental plane. It is a sensory organ that orders the many other perceptions that we receive and that continuously abstracts from the primary impressions and from primary abstractions on the objective, unspeakable, levels so that we can function in our environment.
The earth element finally is manifestation that springs from the interaction of fire with water. This is beautifully expressed in the second geometric shape with five points in a circle, the pentagram. This shape is a pentagram that is surrounded by five triangles. It is coter the world of consciousness (the material plane) from the world of desire (the astral plane) and to manifest there, usually on the etheric level. The evocative magician uses a triangle in which the astral being can manifest. The astral being that is symbolized by the pentagon gains the quality of the triangle so that it can become manifest in consciousness. In the process of evocation the pentagon transforms into the pentagram.
The earth element as symbolized in the pentagram then obviously is the
synthesis of the other elements, or planes. Things have to be conscious
to exist. The pentagram contains the other elements. All elements are
traced within the circle that represents the universe as a whole, conscious
and non conscious. Keep these relationships in mind when you proceed
to practice oneness with the Divine.
Fire and Water
In this lesson you are going to align the two basic elements that appear as opposites: fire and water. The interaction of fire and water is at the root of creation eternal of things that become manifest and conscious.
The workplace around yourself
Before you are going ahead to align fire and water it will be good to expand your outer realm so that it includes utensils that connect with both elements, fire and water. Before that you are going to work with the water element by itself.
As in the previous lesson, you have a circle around yourself. The table is outside your circle. Lay out a triangle on the table. You may surround this triangle by a circle.
Put a cup with water inside the triangle. You may put the cup on an elemental design that represents water: the pentagon. As soon as you begin with your operation this set up is going to connect with the realms of the water element.
To boost this process you visualize yourself drawing energy from the
water element and to push it into the triangle. Imagine this energy
being blue. Proceed to do so until you feel good about what you have
The workspace within
Your next step is to establish an inner realm that connects with the water element. Again you imagine being in a space of your choosing. In front of yourself you see a blue pentagon that is formed with water. This pentagon is your gate into the realms of the water element. Imagine this pentagon opening up and you going through it to explore the realms of the water element. As you are looking around yourself within this realm you will notice changes in your surroundings that correspond to the water element. Move yourself through this realm and explore whatever you see there. Open up your awareness to whatever will come to you, be it visions, sound impressions, feelings, and thoughts. At a later time you may recall your experiences in the water element and write them down for your record. If you see spirits of the water element, interact with them. They may give you valuable information concerning your work with the water element.
The purpose of this experience, of course, is that you become familiar with the energies that are in the realm of the water element and to understand the overall importance of this realm. With practice you can have this realm present for your magical work whenever you desire so.
Leave the realm of the water element whenever you feel an urge to do
so. While you are in this inner realm be aware that this realm connects
with your outer realm and with the cosmic realm of the water element.
Being One with your Will and with Your Emotions
After you have mastered both realms, the realm of the fire element and the realm of the water element, you can proceed to practice the second step toward consciousness of Oneness.
For this practice, imagine yourself in the center of a circle, or sphere,
that surrounds you. In front of yourself you see a flaming red triangle.
You notice that this triangle is an ever present gate to the fire element.
In it you see many forms of fire, perhaps also fire spirits and any
other things that connect with the fire element.
You can imagine the words written in front of you in flaming letters. You may feel the heat of the written words. You may imagine hearing the sounds of fire. The more sensory imagination you include the better the results will be. Each time you say "I am all will" you focus on your inner realm of fire. Next you say once:
I am One.
Next you repeat mentally to yourself six times:
You may imagine these words written in front of you in blue watery letters. You may feel the coolness and humidity of water. You may imagine hearing the many sounds of water. The more sensory imagination you include the better the results will be. Each time you say "I am all emotions" you focus on your inner realm of water. Next say once:
I am One.
It is O.K. to repeat more often than just three times for each sequence. You may also practice each section (fire and water) individually.
After 1 you have practiced the whole sequence at least five times, you may proceed to your next lesson.
If you have a Welz Chi Generator, set it at a frequency of 3.5 and carry the transfer disk on you while practicing.
1988 by Karl Hans Welz.
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