Metaphysical meaning of Marsena (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Marsena (mbd)
Marsena, mär'-se-nå (Heb. fr. Pers.)--dignified man; man of nobility; worth while; worthy; honorable.

One of the seven princes of Media and Persia who were next to the king and were his counselors, "who saw the king's face, and sat first in the kingdom" (Esth. 1:14).

Meta. One of the seven creative principles, or dominant ruling thoughts, that are developed in the natural man (seven is the number of the natural man). (See CARSHENA.) This foundation thought, which in its true essence is spiritual and of great value (dignified man, worthy, honorable) to the individual, is at this stage of its unfoldment ruled over by the puffed-up personal will (King Ahasuerus) and gives its substance to the building up and sustaining of the egotistical phase of the will.

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Following Entry: Mars' Hill

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