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Definitions

Macrocosm

Large order representing a smaller, large-scale model; cosmos as a large-scale man.

Compare Microcosm.

Madness

Egocentric state of being effecting violence and destruction.

Madness results from Nescience.

Manifested

Of manifestation; shaky.

Manifestation

Ephemeral realization of form; indication.

Manifestation is the Extrovert equivalent of Reflection.

Mars

One of the major planets in astrology, ruler of Scorpio and Aries.

Matter

Physical substance; that which has mass; trouble or difficulty.

Mentality

Completeness of vitality and emotionality combined; mode of thought.

Mercury

One of the major planets in astrology, ruler of Virgo and Gemini.

Compare Lilith.

Metaphysical

About and beyond the physical.

Metaphysics

That which is about and beyond physics; knowledge.

Microcosm

Small order representing a larger, miniature model; man as a miniature cosmos.

Compare Macrocosm.

Mind

Ephemeral part of a living being responsible for satisfaction and discontent; manifestation of a spirit as a unique personality; subtle body providing reason, ‘false self’, memory; that which is personal.

Mind follows Hubris.

Compare Ego.

Mode

Operational variety; one of the Modes.

Modes, the

Three attitudes toward change: Cardinal, Fixed, Mutable.

Monkey, the

Animal of the Chinese Zodiac (circle).

The Monkey shares its nervousness, constant yearning for stimulation, and genius for clever communication with Gemini of the Western Zodiac.

Moon, the

One of the major planets in astrology. The ruler of the sign the Moon is situated in often assumes the greatest importance of all the planets in a birth horoscope.

Compare the Sun.

Mutable

Of the mode with characteristics sustaining change such as openness, conformity, synthesis, and rythm.

Archetypes: Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces.





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