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5 - The Hierophant

Author: Anja Heij

The age between 30 – 35 years.

The Priest or Hierophant is a spiritual leader. He holds the key to our inner being. From the marriage of the external spirituality of the father (religious manuscripts and teachings) and the internal spirituality of the mother (intuition) the inner child (perception and wisdom, your own truth) is (re)born.

To implement spirituality into daily life (uniting Macro-cosmos with Micro-cosmos) we need the creative force of the Lion,, the practicality of the Bull, the passion and commitment of the Eagle, together with the originality and vision of the Man.

Meaning: the (inner spiritual) teacher, wise counseling, help from superiors, goodness of heart, endurance, patience.

Reverse: incorrect advice, wrong information, dogmatism, hypocrisy, heartlessness.

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