THE HORSE KNOWS

 

THE WHITE HORSE

 

KNOWS THE WAY

 

 

 

 

There is something about the white horse that has

come down to us for thousands of years.

 

What is it that has touched so many cultures

about the white horse, and why?

 

 


 

 

 

A CHINESE IDIOM:

 

THE HORSE KNOWS THE WAY

 

 

In the spring autumn period, one day Guan-Zhong

followed Ji-Huan-Gong to conquer the State of Gu-zhu.

 

Because they had set out in spring, and returned in winter,

the landscape scenes had changed dramatically,

making them lose directions to return home.

 

Just when all countermeasures were lost,

Guan-Zhong remembered that the old horses

have memories of previous traveled paths.

 

So he chose a few old horses, l

set them free to walk on their own; the army followed behind,

and sure enough they found the route home.

 

 


 

THE ANCIENT LEGENDS BECAME

 

OUR INNER PATHWAY HOME

 

 

Somehow, somewhere, the legends of the knowing

horses became the way of the white horse,

and that white horse  was stabled within all of us. 

 

The stories of the white horse filled the ages.

 

 

THE WAY OF THE WHITE HORSE

 

 

Islamic culture tells of a white horse named 

Al-Buraq who brought Muhammad to Jannah

 

In Revelation Christ is to return riding a white horse.

 

Guatama Buddha rode his white horse named Kanthaka

 

The Celts believed that the white horse was a

representation of God

 

Zoroastrians portrayed the Star Sirius as a white horse

 

In Hindu, Kalki the incarnation of Vishnu is predicted to

appear riding a white horse.

 

In Korean Mythology the people prayed and from a

bolt of lightning appeared a white horse

 

In Uffington England a white horse carved into a hill

is over 3,000 years old.

 

 

The question one has to ask is why the white horse?

 

From the most ancient Chinese legend, the white horse

has been handed down from culture to culture

as a symbol of something connected to a higher power.

 

The white horse that would carry us all safely home.

 

 


 

 

PEGASUS FINDS

 

THE STABLE OF ZEUS

 

 

Pegasus sprang from the neck of Medusa when

she was beheaded by Perseus.

 

Bellerophon rode Pegasus into battle but then

tried to ride Pegaus up to heaven.

 

The Gods were displeased and caused

Pegasus to buck Perseus off of his back.

 

 

But Pegasus continued to fly up to heaven

and found the stable of Zeus.

 

Zeus would ride Pegaus when he threw lightning bolts,

and he made Pegasus into a constellation. 

 

 


 

 

 

POSEIDON AND MEDUSA

 

    

 

Poseidon the God of the Sea wanted to

have sex with Medusa .

 

But the Goddess Athena would not allow this.

 

So Poseidon raped Medusa.

 

This outraged Athena.

 

However since she could not punish Poseidon

she turned Medusa into a hideous gorgon

with snakes growing out of her head.

 

Medusa was punished for being raped.

 

Pegasus was born of the intercourse between

Poseidon and Medusa, and

when Perseus cut off the hideous head of Medusa,

Pegasus flew out of her neck.

 

 

 


 

 

 

THE SNAKES OF MEDUSA'S HEAD

 

REPRESENT OUR CARNAL THOUGHTS.

 

 

Do you begin to see the story of you and me hidden in this mythology?

 

Within all of us there is a white horse.

 

The white horse which is ready to carry Christ consciousness,

Krishna consciousness, Buddha Consciousness, back to us when the

snakes of the carnal mind that oppress us are cut away.

 

Medusa's snakes are cut away, when we enter meditation,

and take no thought.

 

 

 


 

 

THE GOD OF THE SEA,

 

THE FATHER OF

 

THE WHITE HORSE WITHIN US

 

 

Since the God Poseidon who was the God

of the sea was the father of Pegasus. 

 

Pegasus was actually a white sea horse.

 

Pegasus knows the way back to God, to Christ.

 

The way that we forgot long ago,

Pegasus remembers

 

The horse knows the way.

 

 

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THE WHITE HORSE

 

ON THE MOUNTAIN 

 

 

The Uffington White Horse at

Oxfordshire England

 

Why was the white horse carved into the hill

in England 3000 years ago?

 

The hill, or the mountain is a symbol of our higher mind,

the higher consciousness.

 

When we look above in meditation, we separate from the

thoughts of the carnal mind.

 

Medusa's head is cut off and behold the white horse.

 

 

 


 

 

 

OUR PEGASUS

 

THE HIPPOCAMPUS

 

 

 

Now we find within ourselves something very special.

 

There is an organ in our brain responsible for memory.

 

It is called the hippocampus.

 

The word hippocampus, means sea horse.

 

 

As we read Stedmans Medical Dictionary,

we find something very interesting about hippocampus,

the white sea horse.

 

The hippocampus major or cornu Ammonis is a white eminence.     

(Stedmans Medical Dictionary)

 

 

The hippocampus of our brain which is responsible for memory is

not only a sea horse, but it is a white sea horse.

 

Pegasus is waiting in his stable within you.

 

When you cut away the Medusa thoughts which

are the snakes of the carnal mind,

Pegasus will fulfill  Revelation and bring forth

the new mind.

 

 

 


 

 

 

HOW DID THIS WONDERFUL

 

MYTHOLOGY WIND UP

 

IN OUR HEADS?

 

 

Someone, somewhere, long long ago

wrote the story that found its way to the minds

of those who identified significant

parts of the human brain.

 

And the horse who knows the way back home,

became an organ of memory in our heads.

 

 

 


 

 

THE HIPPOCAMPUS LOOKS

 

LIKE A SEA HORSE

 

 

A beautiful story to bring us all to the proof of the

higher one we call God.

 

The hippocampus shaped like a sea horse.

 

The carnal mind, the place where good things and 

bad things originate.

 

Poseidon God of the Sea, intercoursing with Medusa.

 

This gives birth to the sea horse Pegasus who is freed

from the snake filled head of Medusa when it is cut off.

 

When we go into meditation and separate from thought,

we cut away the snakes, and Pegasus is then free to rise

up and bring us the return of the new mind.

 

 

 


 

 

 

AS REVELATION TELLS US

 

 

Revelation 19:11 And I saw heaven open,

and behold a white horse,

and he that sat upon him was called faithful and true

 

AND THE HORSE KNOWS THE WAY HOME

 

 

 


 

 

    

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