Book Four of the Law of One is the last of the books in the Law of One series. Book Four explores in great detail the archetypical mind which is the framework provided by our Logos or sun body to aid each of us in the evolution of mind, body, and spirit. Tarot, astrology, and ritual magic are three paths offering the study of the archetypical mind, and in Book Four a studyBook Four of the Law of One is the last of the books in the Law of One series. Book Four explores in great detail the archetypical mind which is the framework provided by our Logos or sun body to aid each of us in the evolution of mind, body, and spirit. Tarot, astrology, and ritual magic are three paths offering the study of the archetypical mind, and in Book Four a study of that rich resource is undertaken using the tarot, also uncovered on the nature and purpose of the veil that we experience between the conscious and the unconscious minds and the process of "forgetting" that occurs during each incarnation in our third-density experience. In Book Four the path of the adept becomes more clear as Ra elucidates the adept's use of experience to balance its energy centers and penetrate the veil of forgetting....
|Title||:||The Law of One: Book IV|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
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The Law of One: Book IV Reviews
Out of the 4 books in the series that I've read so far this one is by far the most convoluted one. While the previous books spoke on a variety of topics, the fourth volume is almost exclusively on the Tarot.I think the biggest barrier to the flow of this book is that it was channelled in the 80s when personal computers were not available. Hence the information is structured in a way that, in theory, would be most valuable to the reader. Primarily this was achieved by cutting out all the personal channelling information and only leaving that which pertains to the Tarot.This of course harmed the flow of the book as at times it is really hard to follow the narrative. It is sort of like listening to a conversation where only a few sentences are heard. It seriously disrupts the flow. This book needs be to online so that reader can chose to read "only the tarot stuff" or "the whole narrative as it was channelled". The Egyptian tarot printed in the front pages of the book is quite different from the tarot that RA and is discussing, which adds to the confusion amidst the complexity of the material.Therefore putting this book online, in the format suggested above, with a more appropriate Egyptian Tarot would help significantly to make this material more accessible. This website: Law of One is as close as we get to a different, more comprehensible organization of the information. Having the Tarot in colour as well, would improve the experience. As you can see below, it is much better in colour! :)
Concluding book of tha Ra Channelings, that is not personal to the channeller. This discusses the Egyptian Tarot cards and system at some length. And while is interesting, can get a little confusing understanding the aspects intended by Ra and the questioner. However I enjoyed this book, like the other three. I recommend as reading, if only for the idea of the Philosophy of the Law of One. I hesitate to call it a philosophy, as there is no evidence it is not piecemeal belief system of the Authors. However the text does seem genuine, as I did not spot contradiction or error. I will leave that for you to decide for yourself. Happy reading.
The least impressive of the first 4 books because it focuses on archetypes and tarot a bit much but there are still some gems in there, including how to cleanse a space from negative energy
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This one was harder for me to get through than the first 3. Still some interesting insights but the first 3 is where it's at.
A good read - done in Q & A format.