Egregorial Structure of the World. Hierarchy of Egregors

Egregorial Structure of the World. Hierarchy of Egregors

Egregorial Structure of the World. Hierarchy of Egregors

The egregorial, informational structure of this world is based on a rigid hierarchy of egregors. This hierarchy determines the subordination of the younger egregorial structures to the older ones according to the “suzerain-vassal” relationships.

A mage is obliged to know the hierarchical structure of this world, firstly in order not to inadvertently violate the rules of relationship building and the hierarchy of connections (in order not to get what is called “backlash”), and secondly in order to more effectively achieve his goals in the human world.

The wisdom of ancient magicians and philosophers has left us an important commandment:

“If you can’t do anything, you shouldn’t desire anything.”

A mage who understands and accepts the knowledge of the hierarchy of this world clarifies this rule:

“If you don’t have the right to do something, you don’t have to do it.”

You must gain the right to it, and then you can desire it.

The knowledge of the egregorial, informational structure of the world and the laws of hierarchy helps the student to correctly establish relationships with egregorial structures on the basis of already acquired rights, i.e. existential volume.

Supporting egregors begin to help the system on mutually beneficial conditions, thus increasing the existential volume of a mage and fixing his rights at a new level. This moves the consciousness of a mage upwards on the evolutionary ladder.

The Egregorial Structure of the World

The egregorial world is very hierarchical. Being in the space of the Buddhic realm, it has an informational nature, and it is always built on the principles of order. Perhaps this is the most important law that regulates the interaction of the egregors and prevents them from engaging in constant warfare and absorption: the structure of the hierarchy and the structure of order clearly define the functions of each level and regulate the rules of power and subordination between them.

The hierarchy of the egregorial world mirrors the sevenfold structure of human consciousness: it also has seven basic levels.

Each higher level controls the lower; each lower level is a source of nourishment for the higher and fulfils the function of a servant (vassal). The higher level is not the meaning of existence for the lower level, but it is an important regulating mechanism that determines its vitality, form and fulfilment. But unlike the sevenfold structure of human consciousness, the rules of hierarchy in the egregorial world are more rigid, and the rule “the vassal of my vassal is not my vassal” is strictly and demonstratively fulfilled.

In order for an egregorial structure to be defined by law at this or that hierarchical level, it should correspond to norms – basic characteristics. Such norms are different at each level. They are like the degree of admission, which determines both the amount of power and the rules of subordination.

These rules and norms will apply to people who are included by their consciousness in certain egregores on the basis of their hierarchical position within the egregore: the closer a person is to the idea – the more rights he has; the further a person is from the idea – the fewer rights he has.

The strength of an egregore depends not only on the number of people it contains, but also on the specific weight of the core, which determines the existential volume of the egregore. This indicator depends not only on the viability of the idea, but also on the total existential volume of the consciousness of the people who are included in this egregorial structure.

Textbook for the 5th course of Main Department: Buddhic Body – “Egregores and the System of Controlling Reality”

Learning rules for the 5th course of Main Department: 

Admission: completion of the 6 basic lessons of the 5th Main course

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5th course of the Main Department consists of:

 6 Basics Lessons. Buddhic body

 The additional seminars of the 5th course

Controlling the System of Values

Strengthening the Core of the System

Strengthening the Body of the System

Strengthening the Live Space of the System

Strengthening the Dead Space of the System

Egregorial Structure of the World. Hierarchy of Egregors

Formation of Personal Egregore

Goal Setting via Personal Egregore