Retti The Yantra
The Retti yantra is an ancient Scarab Beetle called Khepri or Khepera an Egyptian God of creation, transcendence, enlightenment, meaning rebirth resurrecting our true higher Self. Turning nothing into something which is the same analogy used that created this material world. The beetle resembles the sagittal and frontal split in our skull. It is the will power of the mind that raises up your chakras. The mind has the power to turn nothing into something, just as the dung beetle recycles feces for food. The Gods and Goddess of Egypt or in any other mythologies are parables, adoration's for Self, metaphors, characteristics or personifications that we ourselves must activate from within to be a true master of our domain.
Retti means Righteousness Everlasting Thoroughly Thoughtful Individual. The sun-disk represents our chakras (shockRa) uplifting our root from fear.
The two snakes on each side is from the caduceus, the rod of Hermes that you see in Hospitals, similar to the ying and yang, yesterday and tomorrow, mortal/matter and spiritual/thought, electric and magnetic.
The colorful wings represent our chakras activated with our enlightened mind, as the scarab beetle itself represents the shape of our cranial skull, the frontal and sagittal plane.
At the bottom of what the beetle is holding is called a shen which is the womb of eternity, the top of an ankh, the ohm symbol which is the energy resistance between your spirit and body, where the awareness ribbon and the green lantern symbol is depicted from.
To get Retti is to prepare you for this moment now to your next moment until your very last. Everything that exist is energy, and energy is in everything that exists, energy is purpose and does not die only transcend. We make time relevant cause it is not meant to be wasted, we are time to measure life's growth and potency. Your life is your own movie but many act like its just a commercial without care or attention taking yourself seriously. Now its time to get Retti to play your part. Retti brings opportunity to make a difference ourselves, together.