Lost Souls Swimming In A Fish Bowl
Lost Souls Swimming in a Fish Bowl



Fohat: The Cosmic Electricity

“There is not one finger’s breath (ANGULA) of void Space in the whole Boundless (Universe)" HPB

What is this mysterious yet vitally important thing called Fohat which happens to be “the key in Occultism which opens and unriddles the multiform symbols and respective allegories in the so-called mythology of every nation”?

The word itself has been identified as ’phro-wa (verb form) and spros-pa (noun form) in Tibetan transliteration. In the Eastern Esoteric Science taught in Theosophy, Fohat is always spoken of in terms of cosmic or universal electricity, vitality, energy, and life force. Just as every living human being is animated, vitalised, and held together by the principle of Prana within them, as explained further in the article The Sevenfold Nature of Man, so the universe itself is animated, vitalised, and powered from within by Prana on the macrocosmic level, i.e. Universal Prana…and this is Fohat.

HPB states that it is “the active force in Universal Life” and “the personified electric vital power, the transcendental binding Unity of all Cosmic Energies, on the unseen as on the manifested planes, the action of which resembles – on an immense scale – that of a living Force created by WILL, in those phenomena where the seemingly subjective acts on the seemingly objective and propels it to action.”

Electricity of Life
Symbols of an Alien Sky

If we go to HPB’s “Theosophical Glossary” (a valuable book for all students of the Philosophy) and turn to the entry for “Fohat” we find it described and defined as – “…the active (male) potency of the Shakti (female reproductive power) in nature. The essence of cosmic electricity. An occult Tibetan term for Daiviprakriti, primordial light: and in the universe of manifestation the ever-present electrical energy and ceaseless destructive and formative power. Esoterically, it is the same, Fohat being the universal propelling Vital Force, at once the propeller and the resultant.” (bold added for emphasis in this article)

Whenever a new universal life cycle, or Maha-Manvantara, begins, the ONE Absolute Infinite Divine Principle (most frequently referred to as Parabrahm or Parabrahman in Theosophy) radiates forth from Itself the Logos, which is the Living Universe itself. But the universe doesn’t just appear full and complete all at once. It is an extremely gradual and meticulous process of evolution, from universals to particulars, from the macrocosmic level down to the microcosmic level.

The way this all comes about is with the help and assistance of Fohat, which is the direct manifestation or emanation of the Universal Logos itself. (See Understanding the Logos) The Logos is the all-ensouling Light and Life of the Universe. The way the body of the universe – and everything in it – is brought into existence, enlivened, vitalised, and sustained, is by the work of Fohat, the nature and activity of which can only really be described as Universal Electricity.

“From the purely occult and Cosmical” perspective, writes HPB, Fohat is “the “Son of the Son,” the androgynous energy resulting from this “Light of the Logos,” and which manifests in the plane of the objective Universe as the hidden, as much as the revealed, Electricity – which is LIFE.”

Fohat is described as “the Son of the Son” because it is the direct offspring, so to speak, of the Logos, which is itself the direct radiation from the Absolute. In his “Notes on the Bhagavad Gita,” T. Subba Row speaks of Fohat as being “the one instrument with which the Logos works.”

Changes to the earth's electrical field / fohat, creates changes to the earth and changes to the inhabitants thereof. With a different pulse, everything changes. We evolve. Our earth changes rounds, from the first Polar to the Aryan race, the changes are delivered or a result of fohat, the force of evolution, no matter spiritual or material. Reading the following article hints at the possibility that the controllers of the towers and the chemtrail sprayers may be able to control our evolution, our health and not just our minds.

Fohat–The Great Transformer in Acts 2:17 "he" pours (Aquarius) out his "spirit...

Posted by Ted Fish on Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Fohat–The Great Transformer

Are they are blocking a cosmic force ... in Acts 2:17 God pours (Aquarius) out his "spirit" (cosmic electricity) rays ... so are they trying to block something which is a game changer!

"Fohat is a Tibetan term for the energic or motion aspect of the Supreme Spirit. It is usually considered in its metaphysical aspect, which is rather difficult to understand; therefore, side by side with the metaphysical, the ethical and practical-application aspect should also be understood.

Every form of life is made up of a certain grade of matter expressing a certain degree of intelligence or consciousness, and the connecting link between the two is the vital force of Fohat. It links spirit and matter, subject to object, as explained in the First Fundamental Proposition of The Secret Doctrine. It is the "bridge" by which the Eternal Thought in the Eternal Mind is objectivized as univeral Nature. The process is from within without. The slumbering energy awakes and a gradual transformation takes place from the spiritual to the ethereal, the semi-ethereal, until gross forms of matter come into existence. Primordial matter is formless and colourless. It is Fohat which translates or rather transforms the universal, archetypal ideas into various forms at various levels and becomes the guiding force. The Laws of Nature exist because of the impression of Divine Ideas on Divine Substance. It is interesting to note that some thinkers have, unconsciously to themselves, admitted the existence of the propelling force of manifestation, as stated by Madame Blavatsky in a footnote on page 649 of Volume II of The Secret Doctrine:

The "principle of perfectibility" of Nägeli; von de Baer's "striving towards the purpose"; Braun's "Divine breath as the inward impulse in the evolutionary history of Nature"; Professor Owen's "tendency to perfectibility," etc., are all veiled manifestations of the universal guiding Fohat, rich with the Divine and Dhyan-Chohanic thought.

Fohat is the constructive power that causes the formation of planetary systems, of earth chains, of nature and of man. In the second verse of the Fifth Stanza from the Book of Dzyan it is stated: "Fohat is the steed and thought is the rider." Not only does it serve, like the steed, as a means of transportation from one place to another, from one plane to another, but it also has the power to change and transform that which was subjective into the objective, that which was noumenal into the phenomenal. Thus, an ideal image in the mind of man may be reproduced as a concrete form.

This can be understood by taking a simple illustration—that of a potter and his pot. He may have an image or images of various types of pots in his own mind. He may have the clay, the water and all the necessary ingredients in front of him, but unless and until he wills to use his own energy and with his hands moulds and shapes the clay according to the image formed in his mind, there will be no objective formation of an earthen pot. This illustration should enable the student to have a clearer understanding of what Fohat is, and how it functions at various stages of evolution. The Will of man is one aspect of Fohat in the human kingdom, on the plane of mind; the potter's use of the energic force to create a pot with his own hands and make of it an objective reality is another aspect of the vital force on another plane.

In Nature, the Fohatic principle is working all the time. A continuous transformation of forms from one state into another is taking place. What transforms water into ice or steam, its two opposite aspects? Heat and cold, rooted in Fohat, the energy of the One Life. What makes vapour gather into clouds in the sky, and the clouds to burst into rain, and the rain to fructify the seeds under the ground and bring about the growth of plants and trees, flowers and fruits, in all their changing forms? The motion aspect of the Divine Life. Motion conquers cold, rest conquers heat. When the body is cold, the mind passive, hands inactive, then motion on all planes is needed. When the body is restless, when the heat of anger rages in the mind and in the heart, a change of polarity becomes necessary to bring about calm and quiet, and this change of polarity is yet another aspect of life.

One of the paramitas is "VIRYA, the dauntless energy that fights its way to the Supernal TRUTH, out of the mire of lies terrestrial.

What brings atoms and molecules together, what separates them? The opposing forces of cohesion and of dispersion both spring from Fohat. What but the dynamic energy of life turns a germ into a foetus in the mother's womb, and later on into a baby which becomes a man or a woman? What brings about old age, decay and death? The destructive aspect of that same energic force. What brings the body daily from the waking to the sleeping state and from the sleeping to the waking state? The unbalance caused by the impact of the universal life-energy upon individual energy. When the equilibrium is restored, it wakes up the individual for another day of work. So all growth and expansion, all decay and destruction, the play of opposing forces through a change of polarity, are brought about through one or another aspect of Fohat—the great Transformer. Thus, naturally, life is looked upon as a drama, a dance, or a song, where each being is expected to play his part, to dance or to sing in tune with the Infinite. This can only be done through a clear understanding of Deity in its triple aspect of Creator-Preserver-Destroyer, or Spirit-Matter with the connecting link of Fohat."

Fohat (Light) is Spirit

Fohat - The Universal Electric Entity

“The whole Kosmos must necessarily exist in the One Source of energy from which this light (Fohat) emanates.”

For, “just as a human being is composed of seven principles, differentiated matter in the Solar System exists in seven different conditions” (ibid). So does Fohat.* He is One and Seven, and on the Cosmic plane is behind all such manifestations as light, heat, sound, adhesion, etc., etc., and is the “spirit” of ELECTRICITY, which is the LIFE of the Universe. As an abstraction, we call it the ONE LIFE; as an objective and evident Reality, we speak of a septenary scale of manifestation, which begins at the upper rung with the One Unknowable CAUSALITY, and ends as Omnipresent Mind and Life immanent in every atom of Matter. Thus, while science speaks of its evolution through brute matter, blind force, and senseless motion, the Occultists point to intelligent LAW and sentient LIFE, and add that Fohat is the guiding Spirit of all this. Yet he is no personal god at all, but the emanation of those other Powers behind him whom the Christians call the “Messengers” of their God (who is in reality only the Elohim, or rather one of the Seven Creators called Elohim), and we, the “Messenger of the primordial Sons of Life and Light.”
Blavatsky, H.P.. The Secret Doctrine (Kindle Locations 2816-2824).

The Thread of Fohat

"Life precedes form, and life survives the last atom (or Form, Sthula-sarira, external body). Through the countless rays proceeds the life-ray, the one, like a thread through many beads (pearls).5

The Sutratman and the Spark

The one life-ray (Atman), proceeding like a thread, is termed the Sutratman, the thread-soul (sutra, a thread), which in the cosmical sense knits the universe together. This again stresses the concept of the One Life, as was done in the last sentence of the first sloka. However, when connected with humanity, the Sutratman signifies the continuity of existence from one cycle to another. For even though death may terminate a cycle, or period of life on earth, the Sutratman bridges the gulf of death - the latter having been caused when the external form is vacated by the immortal triad. But the thread-soul is not severed in the process, since life had already preceded the external form (the Sthula sarira). In due time the Sutratman is linked to another external vehicle for another period of life on earth. But this too will be ended; so will another, and yet another. The resultant life-period signifies the birth of a new person, because a new personality comes into manifestation. Yet each personality which has been left is not lost; it remains as a bead or pearl on the thread provided by Atman. Furthermore, the attainments achieved by each personality (representing a lifetime on earth) are not lost, because the life-periods are linked together by means of the Sutratman. Thus the present personality, although a new one, is the resultant not only of the previous person, but of all the former personalities.

The third sloka of Stanza VII definitely relates to the human kingdom. When the one becomes two-the "three-fold" appears. The three are (linked into) one; and it is our thread, 0 Lanoo, the heart of the man-plant, called Saptaparna.6

The three principles linked into one are Atma-Buddhi-Manas; "our thread" signifies the Sutratman. The significance of "our thread" is further elaborated in the sixth sloka: From the first-born (primitive, or the first man) the thread between the silent watcher and his shadow becomes more strong and radiant with every change (reincarnation).8 The silent watcher stands for the Monad; his shadow, the evanescent personality.

H. P. Blavatsky added this explanation: The Watcher, or the divine prototype, is at the upper rung of the ladder of being; the shadow at the lower. ... Its Primary, the Spirit (Atman) is one, of course, with Paramatman (the one Universal Spirit), but the vehicle (Vahana) it is enshrined in, the Buddhi.9

Mention was made in one of the verses to the thread of life as "the thread of Fohat": "The spark hangs from the flame by the finest thread of Fohat." (Stanza VII, sloka 5) The term was used in a specific sense and is best explained by quoting a passage from The Secret Doctrine, which also describes the process of the coming into being of the Spark, or Monad, by means of uniting the sixth principle (Buddhi) to the seventh (Atman), thus linking the Spark and the Flame. The paragraph is added as an interpretation of another sloka:

Fohat traces spiral lines to unite the sixth to the seventh - the Crown.
(Stanza V, sloka 4, first series)

This tracing of "spiral lines" refers to the evolution of man's as well as Nature's principles; an evolution which takes place gradually, as does everything else in nature. The Sixth principle in man (Buddhi, the Divine Soul) though a mere breath, in our conceptions, is still something material when compared with divine "Spirit" (Atman) of which it is the carrier or vehicle [upadhi], Fohat, in his capacity of DIVINE LOVE {Eros), the electric Power of affinity and sympathy, is shown allegorically as trying to bring the pure Spirit, the Ray inseparable from the ONE absolute, into union with the Soul, the two constituting in Man the MONAD, and in Nature the first link between the ever unconditioned and the manifested. 10"
Peopling of the Earth , Barbroka


Fohat is called the "Thread of primeval Light," the "Ball of thread" of Ariadne, in this labyrinth of matter. This thread runs through the seven planes tying itself into knots. Every plane being septenary, there are thus forty-nine mystical and physical forces, larger knots forming stars, suns, and systems, the smaller ones planets, etc. Our sun is one of the countless milliard "Knots of Fohat." "The Central Sun causes Fohat to collect primordial dust in the form of balls, to impel them to move in converging lines [Kundalinishakti] and finally to approach each other and aggregate. Being scattered in Space, without order or system, the world-germs come into frequent collision until their final aggregation, after which they become wanderers (comets). Then the battles and struggles begin. The older (bodies) attract the younger, while others repel them. Many perish, devoured by their stronger companions. Those that escape become worlds." Or again, "Fohat runs the Manus' (Dhyan Chohans') errands. He causes the ideal prototypes to expand from within without -- viz., to cross gradually, on a descending scale, all the planes from the noumenon to the lowest phenomenon, to bloom finally on the last into full objectivity -- the acme of illusion, or the grossest matter."

Prana (Jiva) pervades the whole living body of man. But alone, without having an atom to act upon, it would be quiescent -- dead; i.e., would be in laya. It is the action of Fohat upon a compound or even a simple body that produces life. The thread of life is the "thread of Fohat." The "Spark" that hangs from the Flame by the finest thread of Fohat, is the Monad in conjunction with Manas, or rather its aroma -- that which remains from each personality, when worthy, and hangs from Atma-Buddhi, the Flame, by the thread of life. All cerebration and brain-activity are attended by electrical phenomena. The combination of molecules into new forms, and the bringing about of new correlations and disturbance of molecular equilibrium is, in general, the work of, and generates, Fohat. All contains, and is, electricity, from the nettle which stings to the lightning which kills, from the spark in the pebble to the blood in the body. Electricity is the cause of the molecular motion in the physical universe, and hence also here on earth.

The divine principle is eternal (Universal Mind); the gods (Dhyan Chohans) are periodical. Fohat is the force (Shakti) of the Divine Mind. He is the synthesis of the "Seven" and the Intelligences of the seven creative Builders, or as we call them, Cosmocratores. In reality, there is only one Force, which on the manifested plane appears to us in millions of forms. All growth depends on the indwelling Force, because on this plane of ours it is this force which alone acts consciously. The universal Force cannot be regarded as a conscious force as we understand the word consciousness, because it would immediately become a personal God. It is only that which is enclosed in form, a limitation of matter, which is conscious of itself on this plane. This free Force or Will, which is limitless and absolute, cannot be said to act understandingly, but it is the one and sole immutable Law of Life and Being.

Fohat synthesizes all the manifesting forces in Nature. He is the key in Occultism which opens and unriddles the multiform symbols and respective allegories in the so-called mythology of every nation; demonstrating the wonderful philosophy and deep insight into the mysteries of Nature, in the Egyptian and Chaldean as well as in the Aryan religions. In India, Fohat is the scientific aspect of both Vishnu and Indra, the latter older and far more important in the Rig Veda than his sectarian successor. In Egypt, Fohat was known as Toum issued of Noot (Space), or Osiris in his character of a primordial god, creator of heaven and beings. Toum is spoken of as the Protean god who generates other gods and gives himself the form he likes. He is the "master of life" "giving the vigour to the gods." He is the overseer of the gods, and he "who creates spirits and gives them shape and life." He is the "north wind and the spirit of the west"; and finally the "setting sun of life," or the vital electric force that leaves the body at death -- wherefore the defunct begs that Toum should give him the breath from his right nostril (positive electricity) that he might live in his second form. Both the hieroglyph, and the text of chapter lxii of the Book of the Dead show the identity of Toum with Fohat.