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A common shamanic concept, and a universally told story, is that of
the healer traversing the axis mundi to bring back knowledge from the
other world. It may be seen in the stories from Odin and the World Ash Tree to the Garden of Eden and Jacob's Ladder to Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel. It is the essence of the journey described in The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri.
The epic poem relates its hero's descent and ascent through a series of
spiral structures that take him from through the core of the earth,
from the depths of Hell to celestial Paradise.
In 18,000 BC, a group of sorcerers in Atlantis tried to harness the power of Omphalos,
the "naval of the axis", to control the turning of the Axis to make
themselves the center of the world forever. This caused Atlas tremendous
pain. The powerful energies wielded through the Omphalos caused the Great Cataclysm, sinking Atlantis beneath the ocean.
In 528 BC, the Axis Mundi was over the Falgu River in India, as Siddartha Gautama attained enlightenment to become the great Buddha.
In the Islamic sense, the term jinn is used in two different ways:
Jacob Nazir, in his Maseket Atzilut, also listed ten ranks of angels, beginning from the highest: