The Ultimate Esoteric Avataric Secrets:
The Midnight Sun, Part One
From “The Divine Avataric Self-Revelation of Adidam Ruchiradam”
by His Divine Presence, Parama Sapta Na Adi Da Samraj, Perfect Bhagavan
- The True Way Is Beyond color. Color is prismatic illumination. That Which Is Utterly Beyond color Is the Divine Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State of Reality Itself (…)
- The Divine Lingam Is the Self-Nature, Self-Condition, and Self-State of Reality Itself, Self-Existing At and As the “Root” of conditional existence – Self-Radiant and Perfectly “Bright” White in the black Yoni-base of all appearances.
- From the “point of view” of the body-mind-complex, the White Light appears to be above the body-mind-complex, such that the “Midnight Sun” is seen in the dark sky.
- That is not “Root” Realization – That is the Vision of a Reflection.
- Realization of the Divine Conscious Light (Itself) Is Beyond (and Prior to) That Vision. Realization of the Divine Conscious Light (Itself) Is Beyond the Sahasrar, and Prior to the heart-“root”.
- The Divine Self-“Brightness” Is Established, and then Shown.
- The Lingam Is the White Core, the Yoni is the black field. The White Core Is the Divine Self-Core – not merely Sushumna, in Its ascending course from the bodily base to the Sahasrar.
- The White Core Is My Luminous Divine Transcendental Spiritual Blessing. Prior to the four psycho-physical faculties.
- When seen from the “point-of-view” of conditional existence, the White Core (or “Midnight Sun”) appears to be a Sphere. It is egg-like, ovoid, phallic. All of these suggestions of form are appropriate.
- The Lingam in the Yoni is the Prior Unity of apparent opposites. Therefore, the Divine Avataric Self-Manifestation of My Perfect Divine (and Acausal) Person can be represented by a White Lingam in a black Yoni (or even a Lingam and Yoni of any colors). The Lingam In the Yoni Is Perfect Bhagavan – Prior Unity and Non-separateness.
There Is an Eternal Sun Over-head. It Is a Reflection of the Light in Which you Inhere. To see It is to be outside It. There is no option but to Be It. What is there to Be? Exactly That. – Adi Da Samraj, Aletheon page 1697