THE FOURTHWAY MANHO E-JOURNAL
Volume 70       August 16, 2019
 

THE SEVENS AND OTHERS

By Professor  Dr. Tan Man-Ho

(An excerpt from the original work, Real World Views, Book 15 by Professor  Dr. Tan Man-Ho entitled "The Dramatic Uiniverse, Black Holes and Wormholes, Post Imperialist Era, International Networking and Health Exercises",  December  1983 ~ December 1986 Discourses, Chapter 2, Section B: "The Sevens and Others" , pp. 59 ~64 )

 


Romulan

Borg

Klingon

Pakled

Mirror Universe

Ferengi

Cardassian

Lucifer

Mammon

Asmodeus

Leviathan

Beelzebub

Satan

Belphegor

 

 

A.   THE SEVENS AND OTHERS

 

1   Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s Seven Blunders of the World:

Take note and bear in mind the great thoughts of Gandhi regarding the seven blunders of the world which focus on our contemporary ordinary three-brained beings’ mode of handling this seven inner impulse groups of being psyche hydrogens in our own body and in our sociocosmic body, namely, about wealth, pleasure, knowledge, commerce, science, worship and politics.

The Seven Blunders of the World from the Age of Aquarius where sociotechnocosmic octave is growing are:

 

  1. Wealth without work

  2. Pleasure without conscience

  3. Knowledge without character

  4. Commerce without morality

  5. Science without humanity

  6. Worship without sacrifice

  7. Politics without principle

 

In addition, his grandson, Arun Gandhi, added:

 

1.    Rights without responsibilities [Arun Gandhi]

2.    Disagreement without discussion

3.    Technology without direction

4.    Connection without community

5.    Teaching without joy

6.    Learning without hope

 

2   Dante Alighieri’s Seven Deadly Sins in his epic poem The Divine Comedy:

Take note too and bear in mind the great thoughts of Dante regarding the Seven Deadly Sins of the World which focus on our contemporary ordinary three-brained beings’ mode of handling this seven inner impulse groups of being psyche hydrogens in our own body and in our sociocosmic body, namely, about lust, glutton, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride.

The Seven Deadly Sins of the World from the Age of Pisces where Biocosmic Octave is maturing are:

 

  1. Luxuria (lechery/lust)

  2. Gula (gluttony)

  3. Avaritia (avarice/greed)

  4. Acedia (acedia/discouragement/sloth)

  5. Ira (wrath)

  6. Invidia (envy)

  7. Superbia (pride)

Addition to this list in the Age of Aquarius:

Cruelty and dishonesty groups of hydrogens.  (Karl Menninger)

Fear and superstition groups of hydrogens.  (Andrew Culbertson)

 

3   Roman Catholic Church's Seven Virtues:

Take note too and bear in mind the great Roman Catholic Church’s Seven Virtues of the World corresponding to the Seven Deadly Sins and which focus on our contemporary ordinary three-brained beings’ mode of creating these seven inner impulse groups of being psyche hydrogens in our own body and in our sociocosmic body, namely, about chastity, temperance, charity, diligence, patience, kindness and humility.

The Seven Virtues of the World from the Age of Pisces where Biocosmic Octave is maturing are:

 

1.    Castitas (chastity)

2.    Temperantia (temperance)

3.    Caritas (charity)

4.    Industria (diligence)

5.    Patientia (patience)

6.    Humanitas (kindness)

7.    Humilitas (humility)

 

4   Peter Binsfeld’s Seven Demon-being-ization of the World:

In 1589, Peter Binsfeld paired each of the deadly sins with a demon, who tempted people by means of the associated sin.  According to Binsfeld's classification of demons, the pairings are as follows:

 

  1. Lucifer: Pride (superbia)

  2. Mammon: Greed (avaritia)

  3. Asmodeus: Lust (luxuria)

  4. Leviathan: Envy (invidia)

  5. Beelzebub: Gluttony (gula or gullia)

  6. Satan/Amon: Wrath (ira)

  7. Belphegor: Sloth (acedia)

 

Note that earlier version pointed Beelzebub to Envy and Belphegor to Gluttony.

Nothing will be comprehensive in all these thoughts if the middle–eastern and oriental philosophy and wisdom in all the same areas are not complemented to these exiting ones.

 

5   Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek: Seven Deadly Sins:

Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek stories, Star Trek: Seven Deadly Sins, contains seven short novels, which link each deadly sin to a major Trek race, namely, the Romulans (Pride), Borg (Gluttony), Klingons (Anger), Pakleds (Sloth), the Mirror Universe (Lust), the Ferengi (Greed), and the Cardassians (Envy).  These ideas of the Age of Aquarius are repeating that which first arose from the feelings of the Age of Pisces.

The Seven Alien Races are:

 

1.    Romulans (Pride)

2.    Borg (Gluttony)

3.    Klingons (Anger)

4.    Pakleds (Sloth)

5.    Mirror Universe (Lust)

6.    Ferengi (Greed)

7.    Cardassians (Envy)

 

6   Attempts by the Enneagram Groups:

The Enneagram integration attempted by Oscar Ichazo, Claudio Naranjo, Richard Rohr, Elizabeth Wagele, Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson who all used G.I Gurdjieff Enneagram Symbol to interpret these being-essence-and-personality-and-enlightenment group of psyche hydrogens and the integration takes place during the Age of Aquarius Thinking are summarized here:

 

 

 

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