Égig érő fa

Égig érő fa ("sky high tree")
Source: Blog -xFree


Égig érő fa
 ("sky high tree"), also called világfa ("world tree"), is the Hungarian account of the tree of life (the életfa), and the means by which the glory of Hungary (Hungarian wealth of wisdom of the cosmos) is brought into the new Jerusalem (the House of the LORD).

Since the tree of life is the Axis Mundi, Égig érő fa is the ladder connecting the sky (heaven) and the earth. 


The tree often stands on the world mountain, with its top in the sky and its roots in hell, where snakes and toads live. (Wikipedia)
Go up to the mountains and bring wood and build the temple, that I may take pleasure in it and be glorified,” says the Lord. (Haggai 1:8) "NKJV"

House: Égig érő fa (the cosmos)

The term "the sky" refers to the metaphysical, and the term "hell' refers to the physical. The physical, isolated from the metaphysical, is described as hell. The reason is that the physical is Yin, the metaphysical is Yang, and Yin is dominant when the physical is isolated from the metaphysical. 

When the earth (the physical) is isolated from heaven (the metaphysical), earth is dominant and heaven is recessive. Humans on earth are cut off from the light of the sky and are categorized as snakes and toads. Snake means evil spirits and frogs means demons.


But nothing that is impure will enter the city, nor anyone who does shameful things or tells lies. (Revelation 21:27) "GNT"

Whatever has been previously defined as unclean is made clean by the Spirit of God.
What gives life is God's Spirit; human power is of no use at all. The words I have spoken to you bring God's life-giving Spirit. (john 6:63) "GNT"


The people once classified as unclean snakes, toads, dragons, etc., are made clean by the reconciliation at the Axis Mundi, and are admissible into the kingdom of God.

The Holy City, in the form of the Mandala, was revealed to Peter:
He saw heaven opened and something coming down that looked like a large sheet being lowered by its four corners to the earth. (Acts 10:11) "GNT"

He: Peter

He saw heaven opened: Peter's eyes were opened to the reality of heaven

A large sheet: Mandala

A large sheet being lowered by its four corners: the Mandala is the square whose four sides are the four cardinal points.

Peter saw the new Jerusalem, in the form of the Mandala, descending from God to earth. 
He showed me Jerusalem, the Holy City, coming down out of heaven from God (Revelation 21:10) "GNT"

The Holy City: Mandala (the square)

The Mandala is the tree of life, the habitat of toads, snakes, wild animals, and birds.
In it were all kinds of animals, reptiles, and wild birds. (Acts 10:12) "GNT"

The tree of life is the amazon rain forest, full of trees and wildlife. The trees and animals in the forest are the people God asked the apostle Peter to admit into the kingdom of God.


A voice said to him, “Get up, Peter; kill and eat!” (Acts 10:13) "GNT"


But Peter thought that these new people that are coming into the kingdom of God are unclean or defiled. Hence he protested.
But Peter said, “Certainly not, Lord! I have never eaten anything ritually unclean or defiled.” (Acts 10:14) "GNT"

And God said to Peter,
The voice spoke to him again, “Do not consider anything unclean that God has declared clean.” (Acts 10:15) "GNT"

Though previously described as unclean or defiled by the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, they are made clean by the tree of life.

Comments