I am in what appears to be my home in Meath.
I am standing in my room and in front of me a great feminine deity appears. I recognize her as the Great Mother Goddess. She explains to me the power of natural invocation and the tells me how my written words have invoked Aiwass before.
As I query her on this, she mistakenly calls me Rachel.
She then shows me how to pronounce a few sentences correctly in order to evolve, after which she explains how a particular sentence is Aiwass breathing. She explains that the first A should be major then followed by two minors.
She proceeds to pronounce the name and I anxiously ponder: “Does any of this contain science?”
As she completes the calling a face appears directly in the center of my field of vision. It is staring right at me.
I am shook with fright and cry out to her: “I can see him”
She stares back at me and the dream begins to end. I conclude with a feeling of being convinced and say: “Fuck science, this works.”
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“Invocation is an idea from the occult schools of magick that suggest that words have the ability to summon forth powers and spirits which can be used to shape and control reality.
Aiwass is a spirit that the infamous occult figure Aleister Crowley claimed to have invoked in Eygpt in 1904. Crowley said that Aiwass appeared to him three days in a row – at the exact same hour – and stood behind him dictating a philosophy which Crowley feverishly documented. The writings from these three sessions became the foundation text of Crowley’s religion Thelema. Crowley said that Aiwass was his guardian angel – an intelligence that visited him and guided him – but that was not of his body.
When the goddess is telling me how to pronounce correctly she says that the “first A should be major then followed by two minors.” This has layered meaning to me in that it could be musical – an A major chord followed by three minor chords – or it could be the vowels of the name – Ahee – ih – wahss. Furthermore it could be a combination of those two, signifying the unity between music and language, something which interests me greatly.
Rachel is the first character in the Bible to been given a name by a human. All the rest were named by God.
In this these three images I see the common theme of words, names, and the power of language. This dream involves the great Goddess herself coming to me and teaching me about how to use language – particularly it’s ability to make me evolve when used correctly.
An experience many human babies must go through at some point in their early days is when their mother teaches them to speak and understand language. Once they master this skill they suddenly can give and receive ideas about the world – this is indeed an evolution in ability that happens to all of us, and so this experience – to a child – must be simply magical. On one hand I feel I may have been reliving this experience through this dream.
On the other I feel is it actually the great Goddess calling me on to evolve to the next level by improving my ability to use language. As Terence McKenna said ‘There is a transcendental dimension beyond language, it’s just hard as hell to talk about!'”