Bees represent the sixth civilization

Bees are symbols of those who have been born anew

"Bees and humans: a long shared history" 2
- Photo © Photo Lewis Whyld/PA
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'Bees did not come from this planet; no other insect can be compared to them.

They came from the planet Venus especially for the benefit of initiates, ascetics and hermits, and of all those who spend their lives thinking of mankind, of God and of heaven. There is not very much food in the places where hermits and sages live and while they spend their time thinking about God, God also thinks of them, that is why he sent them the bees: to prepare this special kind of food for them.

We are told that when the Earth saw this, it was jealous and tried to produce insects that would resemble the bees... and all it managed to produce was wasps! It was never able to find out how bees made honey, so wasps can do no more than build wax combs (but perhaps that is only a fairy tale)!

Wasps symbolize selfish, unworthy disciples who are capable of eating honey but do not know how to make it, who serve themselves before serving God. This is why nature’s secrets are hidden from them. What is a bee’s sting for? Perhaps you think its only purpose is to allow the bee to defend itself against men or other insects by stinging them? No, the principal function of a bee’s sting is not that of self-defence (in fact, it dies when it stings someone). A bee’s sting is used in making honey; it secretes a special substance which is mixed with the honey in order to preserve it. When honey does not contain this substance it is unfit for human consumption.

I must tell you, also, that bees are so sensitive that they can distinguish an evil, unjust, thieving man from one who is just, kind and honest. They refuse to swarm anywhere near someone who is unjust or a liar; they immediately go somewhere else. Also, bees loathe disharmony and chaotic vibrations such as fear, for example. And they hate garlic. If someone who has been eating garlic gets anywhere near them they attack him immediately! Now you understand why your stomach rebels if you eat honey and garlic at the same meal!

Bees represent the sixth civilization 1 of man, the race of the future, the new culture. They love symmetry; haven’t you already seen the symmetry of the hexagonal cells they build? Also, they have a detailed scientific knowledge of the colours and properties of flowers. Bees are symbols of those who have been born anew.'

"Yuansu I: The origin of geometry or an understanding of the gestures of life" 3
Sculpture made from beeswax © Ren Ri (Chinea
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1. According to esoteric traditions, this 6th race, or civilization, will succeed the current 5th race (called Aryan). It will be the golden age symbolized by the zodiac sign of Aquarius.

2. One of the earliest recorded cases of human interactions with bee products comes from a modest spearhead found in a Spanish cave, which was attached to its shaft using beeswax some time ago. 40,000 years old. (source : The Guardian)

3. According to the artist, his sculptures show harmony and destruction when humans interact with nature.

"Bees and humans: a long shared history" 2
- Photo © Photo Lewis Whyld/PA
(click to enlarge)

'Bees did not come from this planet; no other insect can be compared to them.

They came from the planet Venus especially for the benefit of initiates, ascetics and hermits, and of all those who spend their lives thinking of mankind, of God and of heaven. There is not very much food in the places where hermits and sages live and while they spend their time thinking about God, God also thinks of them, that is why he sent them the bees: to prepare this special kind of food for them.

We are told that when the Earth saw this, it was jealous and tried to produce insects that would resemble the bees... and all it managed to produce was wasps! It was never able to find out how bees made honey, so wasps can do no more than build wax combs (but perhaps that is only a fairy tale)!

Wasps symbolize selfish, unworthy disciples who are capable of eating honey but do not know how to make it, who serve themselves before serving God. This is why nature’s secrets are hidden from them. What is a bee’s sting for? Perhaps you think its only purpose is to allow the bee to defend itself against men or other insects by stinging them? No, the principal function of a bee’s sting is not that of self-defence (in fact, it dies when it stings someone). A bee’s sting is used in making honey; it secretes a special substance which is mixed with the honey in order to preserve it. When honey does not contain this substance it is unfit for human consumption.

I must tell you, also, that bees are so sensitive that they can distinguish an evil, unjust, thieving man from one who is just, kind and honest. They refuse to swarm anywhere near someone who is unjust or a liar; they immediately go somewhere else. Also, bees loathe disharmony and chaotic vibrations such as fear, for example. And they hate garlic. If someone who has been eating garlic gets anywhere near them they attack him immediately! Now you understand why your stomach rebels if you eat honey and garlic at the same meal!

Bees represent the sixth civilization 1 of man, the race of the future, the new culture. They love symmetry; haven’t you already seen the symmetry of the hexagonal cells they build? Also, they have a detailed scientific knowledge of the colours and properties of flowers. Bees are symbols of those who have been born anew.'

"Yuansu I: The origin of geometry or an understanding of the gestures of life" 3
Sculpture made from beeswax © Ren Ri (Chinea
(click to enlarge)

1. According to esoteric traditions, this 6th race, or civilization, will succeed the current 5th race (called Aryan). It will be the golden age symbolized by the zodiac sign of Aquarius.

2. One of the earliest recorded cases of human interactions with bee products comes from a modest spearhead found in a Spanish cave, which was attached to its shaft using beeswax some time ago. 40,000 years old. (source : The Guardian)

3. According to the artist, his sculptures show harmony and destruction when humans interact with nature.

Text taken from the book "The Second Birth", chap. 1 "The second birth".

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