Wednesday, July 21, 2010

My Holy Guardian Angel - The Comedian

In a recent impromptu session with my HGA (see my introductory comments about my HGA here), I asked if there was some sigil that I may be given to work with in order to facilitate our coming together. A very complex sigil started to manifest within my mind’s eye and I realized that I would never be able to commit it to memory. I asked my HGA if there might not be a simplified version of the sigil that I could work with. Immediately after my request the sigil started to morph into the shape you see below.

 The long thin cylindrical pipe-like object that protrudes from its base moved in and out as if it were spring loaded. I was quite puzzled by this. What was I being shown? And then I laughed out loud. It was an astral doorbell. My HGA suggested that I use it to announce my desire to make contact. She said this would make things quite easy for me. I never would have guessed that angels have a sense of humor, but there you have it.

4 comments:

Robert said...

My ex (My Gal) claims her HGA shows up as a Hamster. Yes, a Holy Guardian Hamster (HGH). She is totally serious. Though, it has made it quite clear that it is not a hamster.

Karmaghna said...

Robert, I am shocked that you dropped the ball on this one. While HGH is certainly the initials for "Holy Guardian Hamster," it is also the initials for "Human Growth Hormone." Human Growth Hormone is a protein-based poly-peptide hormone that stimulates growth, cell reproduction and regeneration in humans (Wikipedia). Dealing with the preservation of life, HGH is to be associated with Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation (when the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are upheld). Now Vishnu is renowned for his "avatars" or physical manifestations/incarnations to preserve the earth/universe. Many of these avatars have been as animals, such as a fish. Clearly then, your Ex mistook the experience as one of her Holy guardian Angel when it was a vision of Vishnu.

My Gal said...

Actually I was the one who came up with the HGH moniker. If you go back through my posts there is a pretty clear story of it. While I have nothing against Vishnu, this was my HGA teaching me an amusing leason. Enjoy!

Duncan said...

The sigil of the penetrated cone reminded me of W.B. Yeats' 'A Vision'. In this work Yeats envisages the monad as two interpenetrating cones or 'gyres', from which duality arises. Interesting!