Old Energy Archetype

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An Old Energy Archetype is an Archetype that emphasizes force, violence, hierarchy, exclusion, judgment, elitism and diminishment. Old energy archetypes are archetypes designed to disconnect the Bodily Ego from Consciousness (a.k.a. The Fabric) and deactivate/damage the Physical Unit in order to make it docile and compliant. Old Energy archetypes encourage Disjuncture, thereby suppressing Consciousness and preventing it from descending into the Physical Unit. Old energy archetypes may be contrasted with New Energy Archetypes.

Related Terms

Archetypes > Collective Consciousness, Cosmic Sexism, Creation Template, Old Energy Archetype, Triumph of Spirit Archetype System

List of Old Energy Archetypes

Old Energy Archetypes > Fool, The Wheel

Old Energy Archetypal Constellation > Judge and Punish Constellation


As noted in the article From Zoroaster to Stars"[1], old energy archetypes were developed ancient elites. They are rooted in ancient elite spiritual propaganda.

As noted in the article "Mike Sosteric. The Sociology of Tarot,[2] old energy archetypes find expression in the Masonic Tarot.

Spiritually speaking, in addition to disconnection, old energy archetypes also contribute to the enhancement of Force (i.e. Yang) and suppression of Yin (Sharp, BOLIFE)

Old energy archetypes are at the root of the unfolding planetary crises.

Further Reading

Sosteric, Mike. “The Triumph of Spirit Archetype System.” Lightning Path 2019. Web. <https://www.lightningpath.org/archetype-study/the-triumph-of-spirit-archetype-system/>.

Sosteric, Mike (2019). Lightning Path Workbook One: Introduction to Authentic Spirituality. Lightning Path Press. [1]


Sharp, Michael (2017). The Triumph of Spirit: Healing and Activating with the Triumph of Spirit Archetypes. [2]


  1. Mike Sosteric. "From Zoroaster to Star Wars, Jesus to Marx: The Science and Technology of Mass Human Behaviour". 2018. <https://www.academia.edu/34504691>.
  2. "A Sociology of Tarot." Canadian Journal of Sociology 39 3 (2014).
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