In this post I’m going to explain why I decided to address my audience as Jed’EYE’s. I’ve always loved the concept of the Jedi order. Yes, the Star Wars Jedi. There are obvious links between the fictional Jedi concept and the High Magick Practitioner.
A Jedi was a member of the Jedi Order, who studied, served and used the mystical energies of the Force; usually, the light side of the Force. The weapon of the Jedi was the lightsaber, a weapon with a blade made of pure energy.
The High Magick Practitioner also studies, serves and uses the mystical energies of the Force. The Kabalistic and Hermetic orders have long been guarded to ensure individual practitioners are firmly grounded in the Light. They also utilize in their rituals a blade which draws pure light energy.
Now, I don’t intend to hijack the term Jedi for my own use and purpose. (Even though I’m sure Mr. Lukas hardly came up with the term Jedi on his own given the evidence to follow.) But I do like to use subconscious sound references and multi-layered word-play.
There’s something else interesting about the term Jedi.
In Hebrew, Jed is the pet term for the name Jedidiah. Hand (in) Hand (with) The Lord. But there’s more than that.
From Abarim Publications:
The name Jedidiah is mentioned only once, and that is curious because it is the name which the prophet Nathan gave to Solomon.
I do not wish to attempt to summarize the implications of this as the study of Solomon as Jedidiah is extensive. I’ll only share a couple of links concerning this topic. The shortest summation I can manage is: Wisdom, temple building, Holiness. In other words, Solomon is a symbol for Ascension.
The Key of Solomon:
The Key of Solomon is the most famous and important of all Grimoires, or handbooks of Magic.
Realize with your Real’EYE’s that you are Jed’EYE’.
Let’s move on to the EYE part. I’m talking about the All Seeing Eye. Awareness. Divine Presence in every corner of everything. The ultimate observer bearing witness. In you and me.
The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health. The eye is personified in the goddess Wadjet. The name Wadjet is derived from “wadj” meaning “green”, hence “the green one”, and was known to the Greeks and Romans as “uraeus” from the Egyptian “iaret” meaning “risen one” from the image of a cobra rising up in protection.
We also find another word relating to Jedi in Egypt. Djed.
The djed (/dʒɛd/ in English) symbol is one of the more ancient and commonly found symbols in Egyptian mythology. It is a pillar-like symbol in hieroglyphics representing stability. It is associated with the Creator god Ptah and Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead. It is commonly understood to represent his spine.
Djed is also the Egyptian word for “to speak,” “to declare,” “to say.”
The djed symbology reminds me not only of the Middle Pillar ritual of the High Magickal Arts, but also my own experience with becoming aware of a column of energy within my body during a very psychically active period of my life where I was cultivating vast amounts of purified energy.
The only way I knew at the time to describe it was as a pillar of light. I was a beautiful pillar of light, beloved of the singular god source, who could paint light with the blade of her fingertips. I still am, and so are you.
I’m seeing Green Tara, Christ Consciousness and Serpent Wisdom all over this. I’m seeing Divine Presence and ascending awareness. I hope you’re seeing it too Jed’EYE’s. Because this is how I’m seeing you.
You are pillars of divine light awareness. To me, you are most certainly Jed’EYE’. And this awareness radiates from your core. That sacred core within ALL. Cosmic holo-fractal awareness.
And besides, getting to call all of you Jed’EYE’s makes me feel awesome cool. So imma do it.