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A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Division F - The Law of Attraction
For each of these Laws, there is a definite formula and symbol. At this stage of teaching or through this Treatise, it is not possible to reveal or impart the formulas. The symbol may be described, and if the student will carefully ponder upon the nomenclature of the Law, its occult name and its symbol, much may be gathered anent group interrelations. It is these laws which the coming cycle of regeneration will enunciate, and which the Great Lord will demonstrate upon His appearing, and it is these laws which will gradually be applied to the working [1220] methods of all organizations, brotherhoods, fraternities and masonic circles.
 
The Laws and Symbols
 
No. Exoteric Name Esoteric Name Symbol Ray Energy
 
1. Law of
Sacrifice.
The Law of
Those Who
Choose to Die.
A Rosy Cross with Golden Birds. Outpouring
4th Ray.
At-one-ing factor.
2. Law of
Magnetic
Impulse.
The Law of
the Polar
Union.
Two fiery balls and triangle. Radiatory energy
2nd Ray.
Manifesting factor.
3. Law of
Service.
The Law of
Water and
of Fishes.
A Pitcher on the head of a man. Outgoing energy
6th Ray.
Vivifying factor.
4. Law of
Repulse.
The Law of
all Destroying
Angels.
An Angel with a flaming sword. Rejecting energy
1st Ray.
Dispersing factor.
5. Law of
Group
Progress.
The Law of
Elevation.
The Mountain and the Goat. Progressive energy
7th Ray.
Evolving factor.
6. Law of
Expansive
Response.
(Name not
given)
Flaming Rosy Sun. Expansive energy
3rd Ray.
Adapting factor.
7. Law of
the Lower
Four.
The Law of
Etheric
Union.
A Male and Female Form, placed back to back. Fiery energy
5th Ray.
Vitalizing factor.
 
The symbols are as follows:
  • Law 1. A rosy cross, with a bird hovering above it.
  • Law 2. Two balls of fire united by a triangle of fire, thus picturing the triple interplay between all atomic structures.
  • Law 3. A pitcher of water, balanced on the head of a man, standing in the form of a cross. It is this law which brings in the energy, symbolized by the sign Aquarius, and this law is the governing factor of the Aquarian age. It might here be added that the symbol for Law 2 was the [1221] origin of the balance or scales of the sign Libra, but in the course of the ages its true form was distorted. Not all the astrological signs can be traced to the symbols, for only a few can be traced back as far as the Master's ashram.
  • Law 4. Here we have the angel with the flaming sword turning in all directions. This symbolism is held true in the Bible where the Angel guards the treasure, and drives man forth in search of another way of entrance, thus forcing him through the cycle of rebirth until he finds the portal of initiation. This portal is occultly regarded as freed from the intervention of the sword as man has developed the ability to soar and mount as an eagle on wings.
  • Law 5. The symbol for this is the mountain with a goat standing on the summit, and again an astrological sign, that of Capricorn, can be noted. All hard places can be surmounted, and the summit reached by the "Divine Goat," symbol of the group, viewed as a unit.
  • Law 6. The symbol contains a flaming rosy sun with a sign in the center - a sign symbolizing the union of fire and water; below this sign is found a hieroglyphic which may not be given as it gives the clue to the Earth sign, and the keynote of the physical body of the planetary Logos.
  • Law 7. This symbol takes the form of a male and female figure standing back to back, the male figure holding above his head what looks like a shield or tray of silver, a great reflector, whilst the female figure holds aloft an urn full of oil. Below this sign is another hieroglyphic which [1222] contains the secret of the astral plane, which has to be dominated by the mental.

These seven laws can be worked out along the line of correspondences. It will be found that the energy of any particular center and that of any one law can be brought into line with each other.

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