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Young Sophia, according to the Gnostic mythos, is not alone in her creative attempts, but is aided for the good by Christ.Thus Joan Jett's band, The Runaways, enlists Cherie Currie, who will become her Singer, Savior, and Lover.The "band" is the ring of Saturn that will bind them together through Time.Both of these figures, the Demiurge and Christ, associate themselves with David Bowie, and herein is a Mystery.

The first Runaways single is, appropriately, "Cherry Bomb." Sophia then "loses part of her luminous power and fades away" (Anne Pasquier) . the Cosmos is the first "Son" of his Mother as he emerges from Chaos in the Tzimtzum.But since Binah is properly the womb of space and thus the Moon in the Middle, these things have been occluded from us by the rainbow prism of Daath as we tumble into Malkuth. [A] pure white light of consciousness hits the prism of self and splits outward to become the universe as we experience it.Cherie's name is in the "cake," or the World-Spirit as the Solar Logos that brings form to Matter.Cherie Currie is the Sun, and thus is placed in the center of the Cosmos out of Sophia's love for her, just as Cherie takes center stage, there to blind the eyes of mortals with her light. As we have seen, when Young Sophia wishes to create, she falls--and when she falls, she shatters into pieces--that is, radiates out from the center, imitating the function of a nuclear bomb. In Kabbalah, Binah paradoxically means "Ben Yah", the Son; i.e.

If the prism of self is gray and murky with ignorance, choked with fear, contaminated with ego, then so becomes the universe that radiates out from it. As the prism becomes free of such flaws, then the whole universe changes with it.

It resolves into clarity, becomes brighter, more playful and magical.


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