” A woman’s highest calling is to lead a man to his soul, so as to unite him with Source; her lowest calling is to seduce, separating man from soul and leaving him aimlessly wandering. A man’s highest calling is to protect woman, so she is free to walk the earth unharmed. Man’s lowest calling is to ambush and force his way into the life of a woman.”
The analysis of this clip and the information below is gathered and merged from several sources, and has additional information added by eaglelady888
HeliOfant video – I, Pet Goat II
My initial impression when I saw the name of the company that created this video was that it was a reference to the tarot card called The Heirophant. My guess is that the artist/company director has chosen this name because it combines a reference to the Sun (which was worshipped as the source of all light and wisdom in ages past) and it alludes to the wisdom of the Heirophant.
When looking at who is the Heirophant, “in non-Western cultures (Native American, Siberian) the Hierophant retains the role as spiritual guide, wearing here the mask of a shaman who is also the teacher of holy things. In Native America, the mythological association is with the Coyote or Trickster God, one who is a teacher, a benefactor for the spiritual student, but who is often playful or mischievous.”(wikipedia) From my personal understanding of who God is, that definition couldn’t be more close to the truth.
To the seasoned traveler of the stars, a race who lives daily with access to a universe’s library of information without ever making use of it is more primitive than a race who has yet to discover fire. So simple a thing, the discovery of fire, yet so immense, so revolutionary the changes it brings. So simple a thing, the discovery of God… Continue reading →