Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Mars, A Higher Use

Mars, along with Saturn, is traditionally referred to as a malefic planet. Given that is associated with war and the strife that brings, this association makes sense. Accordingly, many magicians use the powers of the planet to thwart their enemies in one way or another. Given Mars association with all surgeries, people use this force to cut people out of their lives, cut ties to unbearable relatives and the like. Even when a direct appeal is never made or the magic is done by those who only do sublunar work, the energy to do such things is generally classified as martial.

Mars can also be used to take one to victory in any conflict or endeavor. More often than not, applying this sort of force will result in an equal and opposite negative reaction from others. One can win the war but the civilians with bombed out houses are unlikely to be happy with the victor. Those that use this force well, use it while working with other forces to heal the wounds left behind. Those that know history will see some of this in the Marshall Plan after World War II and take note that Germany became an ally of the United States. 

The importance of expanding the metaphor cannot be overstated no matter what force or spirit you are working with. Forces that bring wealth are not just associated with money. Wealth can mean health, mental acuity, deep friendships and being within the light of God.  Mars in no exception.

The higher use of Mars is to cut away all things that interfere with your ability to hear the voice of God and your courage (another trait associated with the planet) to transmit those words as best you can. When the ‘as best you can’ part is cut away and one becomes the courage through unassailable faith, the powers of Mars are compelled to protect you.

This is not advocating the rabid martial insanity of a street preachers and modern day pharisees. Those folks understand the law of the Abrahamic god but nothing else. Their courage to speak comes not from this sort of faith but its shadow.

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