The nameless but all named.

This is part of The Axis of the Universe page and it is put here by itself because it is a really important concept.

 

In the book called The Symbolism of the Tarot, by P. D. Ouspensky, there is this quote that expresses the same sentiment, "for if the Name of God be really in all (if God be present in all), all should be analogous to each other—the smallest particle analogous to the whole, the speck of dust analogous to the universe, and all analogous to God." 

In polytheistic religions, like Hinduism, there is the idea that all the gods are really just aspects of the one god so in that sense it is a one to many type of monotheism.

This statement is from an ancient story called The Golden Ass by Aldius from the polytheistic Roman empire expressing this attitude that all gods are really one god, "I am Nature, the Universal Mother, mistress of all the elements, primordial child of time, sovereign of all things spiritual, queen of the dead, queen also of the immortals, the single manifestation of all gods and goddesses that are. My gesture governs the shining heights of Heaven, the wholesome sea breezes, the lamentable silences of the land below. Though I am worshipped in many aspects, known by countless names, and propitiated with all manner of different rites, yet the whole round Earth venerates me." 

The Hermetica expresses this same attitude, "I cannot hope to name the maker of all majesty, the father and master of everything, with a single name, even a name composed of many names; he is nameless or rather he is all-named since his is one and all, so that one must call all things by his name or call him by the names of everything." 

Marian Green said the same thing in a Witch Alone, "The Goddess is nameless, yet she has many names in many lands and pantheons. If you examine their mystery you will find not names but titles, attributes, 'job descriptions', even, spelled out in many tongues."

In the Kabbala the vowels in the words God and Yahweh are removed and become the Tetragrammaton, or four letters, so that they can't be pronounced. It is technically idolatry to say the name of God because a name, like an idol, falls too far short of the totality and narrows that totality to something so small. It would be like looking at a tiny spec on an elephant and not perceiving the totality of the elephant. 

In the Garden of Eden Adam in his unfallen state was the one doing the naming.

Using the fabric of space and time being stretched out, imagine the word Nemo being clearly visible when the fabric is in its original condition, but it becomes invisible as it is stretched out. Nemo is still there but it can only be seen when it is at its origin in the center. Imagine when the name Nemo disappears, countless names take its place. Like a tree that has many species emerging as the tree grows bigger and bigger, but they all ultimately emerge from the one root and that root is buried underground out of sight and out of mind. That's another example of how the invisible is at the center of everything and nothing exists without it.  

The nameless, or all named god, is at the center of the universe and is effectively silent even though he contains the sounds of all names, just like a body is really just the totality and perfect synchronization of all its individual organs. The body is effectively the center that is everywhere and is like the fifth element. The body is immovable, but it moves the individual organs.

Andrew Chumbley, in Azoetia, stated that true movement on the path is to be made only in the center, "Being of Infinite Mobility the Point is the Path and every Path a Point, ever tending towards a greater sublimation - to be realised as a Continuum of Omnipresent Direction." The word sublimation means a substances changing from one form to its last form without any middle stages, for example ice turning straight into gas without the liquid stage. In this context it means being at alpha and omega at the same time without the distance, speed and time in between. The word omnipresent means being everywhere at once which is what the point is.

The band called Nightwish used the name Nemo as the perfect name to call an enlightened person who has received salvation. The name Nemo means nobody and that describes the soul pretty well. The body doesn't exist, it is just a collective of organs, which is a collective of tissues, which is a collective of cells etc, working in harmony with each other. That harmony is the Nemo. The song called Nemo is mentioned on the Decoding Nightwish page is full of occult symbolism.

This song is about the woman releasing herself from the bonds of the body and of ignorance. The imagery and imagery of this song are full of these hidden meanings.

 

"This is me for forever
One of the lost ones (She is spiritually lost, she and everyone else who is ignorant is lost from Heaven).
The one without a name
Without an honest heart as compass

This is me for forever
One without a name
These lines the last endeavour
To find the missing lifeline

Oh how I wish
For soothing rain
All I wish is to dream again
My loving heart
Lost in the dark
For hope I'd give my everything

My flower
Withered between
The pages two and three (The flower is the soul and the pages are the body that hides teh flower).
The once and forever bloom gone with my sins

Walk the dark path
Sleep with angels
Call the past for help (The past is her former self).
Touch me with your love
And reveal to me my true name (The name she's referring to isn't her physical name of her strawman identity. Her true name is her true self).

Oh how I wish
For soothing rain (The rain is the light of the spirit).
All I wish is to dream again
My loving heart
Lost in the dark
For hope I'd give my everything

Oh how I wish
For soothing rain
Oh how I wish to dream again
Once and for all
And all for once
Nemo my name forever more (Now she reveals the name she's been talking about. It's also the name mentioned at the start of Amaranth. Nemo means no body, ie soul. The soul is the true name or the true self and it lasts forever).

Nemo sailing home
Nemo letting go (The Nemo sailing home is the soul returning to Heaven and Nemo letting go is the soul letting go of the body and its ignorance).

Oh how I wish
For soothing rain
All I wish is to dream again
My loving heart
Lost in the dark
For hope I'd give my everything

Oh how I wish
For soothing rain
Oh how I wish to dream again
Once and for all
And all for once
Nemo my name forever more

Name forever more"

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