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The Azazel Option ~Astral Musing~ with host Nick Nash

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It is claimed by Enoch that the leader of "The Watchers" was an entity by the name of Semyaza, and yet it is another being entirely - Azazel - who was the recipient of the rage and hate of those immortals who claimed to be "THE Divine Creator". Religious texts paint a very one-sided view of this enigmatic being, often associating it - erroneously - with the devil and even Satan. A further exploration reveals that there is indeed a much deeper level of direction, manipulation and control than the typical images we associate with "God".  There are some who even claim that this very powerful being - the demiurge - is the hidden architect of both sides of every conflict and that they benefit energetically from this arrangement of opposing sides struggling for dominance and control. If, as some claim, this demiurge has been corrupted, does this affect the ascension process? Among its associates, are a group of entities known as the Archons. Who/what are they and what role do they play in the unfolding of events in our reality? The ancients told of entities like the muses who were spirits that joined with an individual in the creative process. If there is potential for great good and creativity, as a result of these interactions, it stands to reason there is great potential for evil as well, as a consequence of this joining..Nick's latest poem, which he'll  be narrating, is the second part of The Scarlet Council, entitled, "The Azazel Option." It is written from the perspective of an Ancient One, a group of 13 beings who are claimed to be the interface between the Divine Mind and its requirements throughout creation.

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