The Law of One, Book III, Session 55
Questioner: The book, The Life Force Of The Great Pyramid, has related the ankh shape with a resonance in the pyramid.
Is this a correct analysis?
Ra: I am Ra. We have scanned your mind and find the phrase “working with crayons.”
This would be applicable.
There is only one significance to these shapes such as the crux ansata; that is the placing in coded form of mathematical relationships.
The Law of One, Book IV, Session 92
Questioner: Was the symbol on the front of the Priestess’s shirt given by Ra?
Ra: I am Ra. The crux ansata is the correct symbol.
The addition and slight distortion of this symbol thereby is astrological and may be released from its stricture.
Questioner: Would this crux ansata then be indicating the sign of life as the spirit enlivening matter?
Ra: I am Ra. This is quite correct.
Moreover, it illuminates a concept which is a portion of the archetype which has to do with the continuation of the consciousness which is being potentiated, in incarnation, beyond incarnation.
The Law of One, Book IV, Session 93
Questioner: I am assuming that you mean one full question.
I’ll make that question in this form.
I’d like to know the significance of the shape of the crux ansata, and if that’s too much of an answer I’ll just ask if there is anything that we can do to make the instrument more comfortable or to improve the contact?
Ra: I am Ra. There are mathematical ratios within this image which may yield informative insights to one fond of riddles.
We shall not untangle the riddle.
We may indicate that the crux ansata is a part of the concept complexes of the archetypical mind,
indicating the magic of the spirit,
indicating that nature of manifestation which may only be valued by the losing.
the crux ansata
is intended to be seen as an image of the eternal in and through manifestation and beyond manifestation through the sacrifice and the transformation of that which is manifest.
The support group functions well.
The swirling waters experienced by the instrument since our previous working have substantially aided the instrument in its lessening of the distortion of pain.
All is well.
The alignments are well guarded.
We leave you, my friends, in the love and the light of the Infinite One.
Go forth, therefore, rejoicing in the power and in the peace of the One Infinite and Glorious Creator.
The Law of One, Book IV, Session 96
Questioner: Would Ra please give me any information possible on the ratios of dimensions, and the shape of the crux ansata as it should be made or drawn?
Ra: I am Ra. No.
Questioner: In Card Number Three we will remove all the letters and the stars and I assume that the little cups around the outside of the rays representing the sun should be removed?
Is that correct?
Ra: I am Ra. Yes
Questioner: In Card Number Four we will remove all the letters and the stars and it seems that again we have a situation of removing the wand and putting the sphere in the hand. Is that correct?
Ra: I am Ra. Again, this is a matter of choice.
Though astrological in nature, this particular scepter has possibilities of relevance in the originally intended concept complex.
This instrument is experiencing some small lack of that distortion which you call proper breathing due to the experience of your near past, as you perceive it.
Therefore, as this instrument has requested a substantial enough amount of transferred energy to be retained that it might effect a comfortable re-entry, we shall at this time ask for one more query, after noting the following.
We did not complete our statement upon the dimensions of the crux ansata.
It is given in many places.
There are decisions to be made as to which drawing of this image is the appropriate one.
We may, of course, suggest viewing the so-called Great Pyramid if the puzzle is desired.
We do not wish to work this puzzle.
It was designed in order that in its own time it be deciphered.
In general, of course, this image has the meaning previously stated.