The magical passes of this group are the natural conclusion of the whole series. An impersonal mood is the driving force of this group of passes. The inhalations and exhalations are sharp, but not deep, and the movements are accompanied by an explosive hissing sound of air being expelled.
The value of the Blue Scout's magical passes resides in the capacity of each of them to give the womb the hardness that it requires in order to arrive at its secondary functions, which can be easily defined, in the case of the Blue Scout, as the ability to be alert without pause. The criticism of sorcerers about our normal state of being is that we seem to be perennially on automatic pilot; we say things that we don't mean to say, we ignore things that we shouldn't ignore. In other words, we are aware of what surrounds us only in very short spurts. Most of the time, we function on sheer momentum, habit, and that habit is, in essence, to be oblivious to everything. The idea of the sorcerers of ancient Mexico was that, in women, the womb is the organ that can resolve this impasse, and for that, it needs to acquire hardness.
8. Drawing Energy from the Front with Insect Antennas
The index and middle fingers are held by the sides of the chest in a
letter V position, while the thumbs press the other two fingers against
the palms; the palms are up (fig. 116). Next, the palms turn downward,
and the two fingers strike out in front of the body, as a sharp exhalation
is made, with clenched teeth and a hissing, whistlelike sound (fig. 117).
A deep inhalation is taken as the hands are retrieved with the palms up
to the sides of the chest. The same movement is repeated one more time,
and the palms of the hands are brushed on the area of the ovaries, with
the fingers separated between the middle and fourth fingers.
9. Drawing Energy from the Sides at an Angle
This magical pass begins by pivoting on the right foot and putting the left leg in front, at a forty-five -degree angle. The right foot is the horizontal bar of the letter T, and the left foot, the vertical. The body rocks back and forth. Then the left elbow is bent, and the hand is brought to the level of the chest with the palm up. The index and middle fingers are held in the shape of the letter V The thumb holds the other two fingers against the palm (fig. 118). A strike is made, leaning the body forward sharply. The palm of the hand turns down as the fingers strike. The air is exhaled with a hiss (fig. 119). An inhalation is taken as the hand retrieves to the side of the chest with the palm up. The palm of the hand is then lightly brushed on the left ovary, with the fingers separated between the middle and fourth fingers.
A jump is taken to switch feet and face a new direction to the right,
still at a forty-five-degree angle. The same movements are repeated with
the right arm.
10. Drawing Energy Laterally with an Insect Cut
The hands are held on the sides of the chest, with the index and middle fingers of each hand in a V shape and the thumbs holding the other two fingers against the palms. The palms face up. Remaining at the level of the chest, the hands are pivoted on the heels of the palms and brought to face each other. Next, a hissing exhalation is made as both arms are fully extended laterally, with the palms facing the front, The index and middle fingers are moved with a cutting motion as if they were indeed scissors, as the exhalation ends in a whistlelike fashion (fig. 120).
An inhalation is taken as the arms are retrieved; the elbows are down,
and the arms come to rest on the sides of the body by the chest, hands
pointing sideways (fig. 121). Next the hands are pivoted on the heel of
the palm so the index and middle fingers point to the front. The fingers
are then separated at the middle and fourth fingers, and a hissing exhalation
is made as the palms of the hands brush over the area of the ovaries.
11. Drilling Energy from Between the Feet with Each Hand
A deep inhalation is taken. A long hissing exhalation follows while the left hand descends with a rotating movement of the wrist, which makes the hand resemble a drill that seems to perforate a substance in front of the body between the legs. Then the index and middle fingers make a two-pronged claw and grab something from the area between the feet (fig. 122) and pull it upward, with a deep inhalation, to the level of the hips. The arm moves over the head to the back of the body and the palm is placed on the area of the left kidney and adrenal (fig. 123).
The left hand is held there while the right hand performs the same movements. Once the right hand is placed on the area of the right kidney and adrenal, an inhalation is taken. The left hand moves over the head to the front of the body, and brushes, with the fingers separated at the middle and fourth fingers, over the left ovary. This movement of the arm from back to front is accompanied by the whistlelike sound of a sharp exhalation. Another deep inhalation is taken, and the right hand is brought to the right ovary in the same fashion.
12. Drilling Energy from Between the Feet with Both Hands
This magical pass is similar to the preceding one, except that instead
of performing the movements separately, the hands execute the drilling
movements in unison. Then the index and middle fingers of both hands make
two-pronged claws, and grab something from the area between the feet at
the same time. They return to the level of the hips, and then circle around
the sides of the body to the area of the kidneys and adrenals; a deep breath
is taken as the palms rub those areas (fig. 124). Then an exhalation is
made as the arms draw another circle around the sides of the body to the
front to brush the area over the left and right ovaries with the fingers
of each hand separated at the middle. Again, this movement of the arms
from back to front is accompanied by a whistlelike exhalation.