Like most people, I grew up enjoying the Christmas holiday season; especially the gifts under the Christmas Tree on that special day. Nevertheless, what if I told you that there may, in fact, be additional meanings to this wonderful event. And as might be supposed, it begs the question, what came first the chicken or the egg? But more on that in a little while.
First and foremost, let us look at how many folklore stories are intertwined into our culture. You see, many of the ideas and traditions we hold dear today, were simply metaphorical stories to remind an illiterate population about the human body and how it works; like that of the Mother Goose stories, which signified the birth of the monthly seed (to learn more about the month seed, please read my previous post: Claustrum Oil: an Immortal Lesson). More specifically, the story of Santa Claus is of him being the bearer of gifts; i.e., relating to the gift of eternal life (Immortality). In short, of all the stories ever told, the tale of Christmas holds a special place in the hearts and minds of cultures around the world for a reason:
All down the ages there have been stories of fairies, gnomes, mermaids, naiads and fabled characters galore. The ancient Norsemen, Dutch, Huns and all the oriental races possess literature prolific with allegories, parables and fables built around the wonders and physical and chemical operations of the human body. The birth of the monthly seed is the basis of the Mother Goose Stories and similar tales in all lands. Santa Claus, or Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of seafarers, virgins and children, is the bearer of gifts to children on Christmas eve. Of all festivals celebrated all over the known world, that held in honor of Santa Claus ranks as first in the hearts of all humanity, old as well as young. This in itself is a most significant fact (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 107).
Thus, since the beginning of time, many truths have remained hidden in allegory. It is now time to celebrate this inward path, which many only consider outwardly. In truth, since time immemorial, parents have told their children the story of Santa; yet, no one ever saw him, but everyone participated in this yearly celebration of him:
It is time that the truth in regard to this age long custom be made known to the world, time that its real and true significance be understood. Then will it be truly celebrated, for it will have become an inward process, as well as an outward observation. Parents, from time immemorial, have explained to their children that the presents which they found in their stockings, when they jumped eagerly from their beds in the morning, were placed there by a mysterious person called “Santa Claus.” No one saw him come, no one saw him leave, but he left unmistakable evidence of his visit (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 107).
Nevertheless, the mythological story of Santa Claus inevitably comes to an end for everyone. Children begin to ask questions, which inevitably results in a child’s hope being shattered, and the trust they have in their parents tested for the very first time:
Some children ask many questions in regard to this mysterious “person,” and when they become too insistent the ingenuity of parents is sorely taxed to give satisfactory answers. There comes a time, however, when they must have the Santa Claus “myth” explained to them, and it is then that their deep childlike trust and confidence in their parents receives its first shock. Thereafter they commence to doubt their parents, to question their veracity, and many tears have been shed, because, after all Santa was not a “really, truly person” (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 107).
Notwithstanding these facts, there is, in fact, a Santa Claus (physiologically), which makes understanding this truth, even harder to accept as an adult, only because of the unfortunate conditioning of our youth; however, those who become believers will again become like little children – or, As Above So Below:
THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS, IT IS A PHYSIOLOGICAL FACT, and IT does “SECRETE” the most holy and wonderful “gift” or substance in the body of every individual. Those who understand it who receive it in the right spirit have “Become as little children.” “As above, so below.” As in the Macrocosm the universe, so in the microcosm-man (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
As is often stated, all folklore has an element of truth, despite the naysayers; that is, the basis of the story is firmly planted on a truth. The hardest thing to do, however, is to decipher this original truth:
Can anyone think for one moment that the parables, fables, allegories and myths that have come down to us through the ages have no basic foundation? They, as well as the fast days and feast days are founded on great esoteric truths. Otherwise they would have ceased to be. The Great Hierarchy that rules the Universe see to it that nothing is forgotten that needs to be remembered (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
With that said, Santa Claus is derived from its root meaning, Claustrum; as mentioned previously, to learn more about the Claustrum oil, see the earlier post, Claustrum Oil: an Immortal Lesson. In short, this is a holy or secluded place (within the human brain) dedicated to divinity; it is the origin of consciousness:
Santa Claus, or Saint Claus, is derived from the same root word as “claustrum,” from which “cloister” is also derived. Claustrum means a barrier, a covered place, seclusion. Cloister is referred to as a place of seclusion, and more especially as a place of seclusion for something holy, something dedicated to divinity (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
Therefore, Saint Claus or Santa Claus does in fact exist within the cerebrum of the brain; yet, the question remains, where did this name come from, as was stated and asked by Dr. George Carey:
There is a Saint Claus, or Claustrum within the cerebrum, and whoever gave it that name knew why they did so (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
Dr. Carey further explained this most interesting process; starting with the sutures of the skull (Brain held within) and stick or door of Brahm (vertebrae or spinal cord), which is chimney of Santa (ego or spirit leaving the body):
The suture of the skull is the point where the bones meet. We can very easily see this place on the head of infants, as the sections are not then drawn closely together, and the vibrations of the brain can be both seen and felt. In Sanscrit this is called “The Door of Brahm,” for it is the apperture through which the Ego, or Spirit leaves the body. It is also the chimney of Santa Claus. The vertebrae as a whole is called the “stick of Brahm” (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
Moreover, under the door of Brahm is the Island of Reil, a triangular shaped body; which is, metaphorically speaking, the location where John saw the regenerated man in the Isle of Patmos. In short, the Island of Reil is the north pole of the body or sacred land:
Directly underneath the “door of Brahm” is a triangular shaped body named in physiology the “Island of Reil.” This is the place where “John” was when “he” looked back and saw the wonderful vision of the regenerated man in the “Isle of Patmos.” This island is the central lobe of the cerebrum, and is also called the Pole; hence, the Island of Reil is the North Pole of the body, and is, as we well know, the imperishable, sacred land (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 108).
More exactly, the Island of Reil is “situated in the medial wall of the lateral fissure of the cerebrum,” and by the end of the year (extrauterine life) it is concealed by mother nature (this will make more sense later on):
In Santee’s anatomy of the brain and spinal cord, we find that this island is “situated in the medial wall of the lateral fissure of the cerebrum, between the frontal, parietal and temporal lobes, whose growth, after the fifth month in utero, gradually covers it over. At the end of the first year of extrauterine life, it is entirely concealed by temporal, parietal and frontal parts of the operculum” cover or lid. Thus we see that Mother Nature has taken great pains to conceal this sacred center (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 109).
What is more, under the Island of Reil and in direct line of the Optic Thalamus is the Claustrum:
Underneath this island, and directly in a line with the Optic Thalamus lies the Claustrum, but separated from it by yet three other bodies (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 109).
The Claustrum, therefore, is a small narrow sheet of gray matter near the Island of Reil; and it produces a yellow oil that flows down the spinal cord. This is the oil that the Holy Bible talks about:
The claustrum is a thin sheet of isolated gray matter, found just medial to the Island of Reil. Santee says it “is a sheet of peculiar gray substance, and is made up of fusiform (spindle shaped) cell-bodies.” It is from this claustrum that contains yellow substance within its outer grayish exterior, that the wonderful, priceless OIL is formed that flows down into the olivary fasciculus, “descending with the rubro-spinal tract through the reticular formation in the pons and medulla to the lateral column of the spinal cord. It terminates in the gray matter of the spinal cord, probably giving off collaterals to corresponding nuclei in the brain stem.” Santee. This is the OIL, the precious gift of which the Bible speaks, “Thou anointest my head with oil” (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 109).
As such, the brain is a laboratory, an olive tree, that actual bears olives (metaphorically speaking). These two olives are on the sides of the medulla, with a pyramid in between. They are relay stations between the cerebrum and cerebellum:
And not only is there oil manufactured within this special laboratory of the brain, but there is actually an olive tree, which bears actual olives so named in any anatomy. The two olives are two infinitesimal eminences on either side of the medulla, with the Pyramid between. They are one-half inch in length. It is found well developed only in the higher mammals. They are RELAY (Santee) stations between the cerebrum and the cerebellum and between the spinal cord and the cerebellum (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 109).
So now we see why this oil is the most sacred substance within the body; and because of its yellowness, it is considered gold, or a gift. This sacred oil is also found in semen, which gives significance to saving this fluid, within the body, by not ejaculating the substance through sexual intercourse or masturbation:
This oil is the most sacred substance in the body it is the quintessence of gold the “Gold of Ophir” most truly a rare gift. Globules of oil are found in the vital fluid, the semen, and when the prodigal son has wasted his substance, he finds that it takes a long time to replace the deficiency and make good the looted bank account (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 109).
Metaphorically speaking, this oil is the secret work of the virgin Mary, who is perfect. Most interestingly, when one (a virgo) drains this sacred oil, (ejaculation) baldness is the result and dryness will occur; one can imagine what other deficits will result for other people (signs) as well:
This wonderful oil is the secret work of the immaculate Virgin, Mary(or Mare) “represented by the sign Virgo. In chemistry we find that sulphate of potassium is the mineral salt, which, uniting with sulphur and oxygen, manufactures the oil. We find that this salt also crystallizes out from the mother-liquors of sea water and salt springs. People born under the sign Virgo, if they have become deficient in this salt suffer from dryness of the skin, and baldness. We can also understand why draining of the vital fluid living in excesses, will also produce baldness. If there were no oil in the body, the skin would become harsh and dry (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 110).
Likewise, the oil of the body cannot meet the wise virgin/bridegroom unless the lamp is burning; the lamb is the lamp:
The story of the wise virgins who had their lamps trimmed and filled with oil is given to emphasize the necessity for the presence of oil in the body, for they cannot go out to meet the “bridegroom” unless their lamps are burning. “The lamb is the lamp thereof” (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 110).
As mentioned previously, the olives that contain the sacred secretion are the reservoirs, which furnish the lamp, the pineal gland, with oil to ignite the flame or eye; a key component for Enlightenment.
The olives, which contain the oil, are the reservoirs the relay stations, of course, which furnish the oil for the lamp, the pineal gland, at the top of which is the flame or eye. When the Kundalini, the serpent fire that lies concealed within the sacral plexus is awakened, burns up the dross within the spinal cord, and reaches the conarium, it sets fire to this oil and thus lights the “perpetual lamp,” which “Gives the light to the whole house” (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 110).
Consequently, Santa Clause is the supreme gift, the perpetual oil; and without it, the body dies. Santa brings his gifts when Christ and Mass are honored:
Santa Claus is thus the giver of the supreme gift in the human body, the oil for the perpetual lamp the gold of Ophir, the quintessence of richness. A total lack of oil in the body will, in itself, cause death. Santa Claus brings his gifts when the Christ-mass is celebrated (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 110).
In short, the Greek letters XPI stand for Christ; and the word Christ means oil. By the same token, the seed is life, and once it is anointed, the oil becomes the bread of Christ-mass:
The Greek characters that stand for Christ are X P I, and the word itself (Christ) means oil, in Greek. The seed is the bread of life, and when anointed with oil (Christed and crucified) become the Christ-mass the bread, eaten in the Father’s Kingdom (Dr. George Carey, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, 1920, p. 110).
In conclusion, although this topic might very well be new to you, the connection between the terms Claustrum oil and Santa Claus has already been well established by esoteric history. And as has been discussed throughout this essay, and in Dr. George Carey’s book, God-Man: The Word Made Flesh, saving this sacred secretion is of paramount importance to extending one’s life. Truly, Santa Claus gives us the greatest gift of all, the prospect of Immortality.
With this in mind, please enjoy your Christ-Mass (Christ anointing the oil) holiday season!!!
So Mote It Be!