Greetings Sisters and
Brothers, time for more news.
This month I am going to be talking mainly about the title 'Tau' which
causes much confusion.
Tau is used as a title, given to Gnostic Bishops.
In Greek the letter Tau forms a T, and also in Hebrew the letter called
Tau is shaped like a T ancient Hebrew. Thus the title Tau in terms of
esoteric Occultism, indicates the T Cross. The Tau cross, being given the
meaning of a state of complete enlightenment and immersion in the Divine
Light the power of being a Theolalite; hence, it indicates embodiment or
realisation of Gnosis and Sophia. Tau as a symbol represents the womb and
vagina of the Priestess, which is the source of life and enlightenment.
In Eastern Orthodox traditions, and those evolving from the Orthodox
tradition, generally it is the Greek Tau that is used, but in the Gnostic
tradition it is the Hebrew Tau, which bears added esoteric meaning because
it is the last letter of the Hebrew Alef-Bet, and therefore has the same
meaning as Omega in Greek the end or fruition, perfection and
completion. From this a deeper and more esoteric meaning may be drawn from
a saying of: I am Alpha and Omega, or I am Alef and Tau. All life
starts in the womb and enlightenment is also found there, the Holy Grail.
The beginning of the Great Work starts from the day you are born, and for
males at least, it ends in complete enlightenment that he receives from
the Goddess incarnate, the Priestess.
Although in Orthodox traditions the title Tau is used synonymously with
the title of Bishop, and indicates the ecclesiastical function of a Bishop
in apostolic succession an overseer and direct successor to the original
apostles. In our esoteric apostolic succession, or Gnostic apostolic
succession, the title of Tau indicates something distinct from the title
of Bishop a Tau may be a Bishop in the sense of the exoteric apostolic
succession, but the title Tau is used to indicate a state of illumination
and attainment. We use this to indicate a realised individual or spiritual
King or Queen who has the capacity to transmit something of the power of
The exoteric apostolic succession relies upon faith, and upon creed and
doctrine, and rites and rituals. Gnosis or actual enlightenment is not the
criteria for ordination or consecration. In the Gnostic apostolic
succession, however, recognition is based upon Gnosis an actual
experience of enlightenment or self-realisation, and the capacity to
convey something of that realisation to others.
When someone has reached this attainment of Tau it is rather obvious
initiates experience and can bear witness to various gradations of
Kundalini awakening. In our Church, a Tau serves as the principle teachers
and guardians of the lineage, and attend to the spiritual labour of the
outer circle. A Tau also serves as the knowledge-keepers and revealers of
the lineage, and attend to the inner circle.
Of course someone might become enlightened and choose to not serve as a
Tau lineage holder. Enlightenment is not dependent on receiving the title
in its self.
We understand that the term Tau is something more than a title as it is
used in our Church it represents a state of being. The spiritual and
mystical teachings associated with Tau, are more than symbolic metaphor
they indicate an actual experience of Divine Gnosis or Divine
And now for some information about Tau Tia, to get to know me, next month
it will be Graham+.
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