Alphabet of Kabbalah
The basis of all Judeo-Christian scriptures is the Hebrew letters. Without an in depth knowledge of the Hebrew letters, the original language of the scriptures, one cannot understand the Western religions or the secrets hidden within them.
Like Sanskrit, Chinese, Tibetan, Greek and other ancient languages, the Hebrew letters constitute a primary expression of the language and mathematics of spirituality. In scriptures, dreams, and awakened experiences, the symbolism of Kabbalah is delivered through the Hebrew letters. This is the language of the internal worlds.
Learn to speak the language of the internal worlds, Kabbalah, by first learning the letters of the language.
"The objective of studying the Kabbalah is to be skilled for work in the Internal Worlds... In Kabbalah we have to constantly look at the Hebrew letters." - Samael Aun Weor, The Initiatic Path in the Arcana of Tarot and Kabbalah (1978)
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The importance of learning the language of the internal worlds as we work towards liberation from suffering. Lecture quote: "In the Gnostic tradition, we seek to examine the practical utilization of all religious, mythological symbols, in order for us ...
The meanings and importance of the first Hebrew letter, Aleph or Alef (א), and its relationship to the air, the Trinity, the Mayans, Allah, Aum, Mithra, Metatron, the sacred bull, and more. Lecture quote: Every time that we breathe we put into our lung ...
The meanings and importance of the Hebrew letter Hei and its relationship to the Divine Feminine or Divine Mother (Eloha), the Holy Name of God יהוה, the power of creation, the Ishim, and the emergence of Eve (Heve).
The meanings and importance of the Hebrew letter Vav and its relationship to the Tree of Life, Adam, the spinal column, the Divine Mother (Eloha), and more. Lecture quote: "When Adam and Eve are cast out of the garden of Eden, it is to prevent them fro ...
The meanings and importance of the Hebrew letter Iod (Yod, Yud) and its relationship to the covenant, the Tree of Life, the sephiroth Kether and Malkuth, the living soul (nephesh chaiah), the Tree of Knowledge, and more.
The Hebrew letter מ Mem and its relationship with the Divine Mother, the primordial waters of creation, the Popul Vuh, the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus, Miriam, Mary, Minerva (Athena), Mother's Day, and much more.
The Hebrew letter Nun and its relationship with tanniyn, the Leviathan, Moses, the serpent (nahasch), Jesus, Joshua, the word Amen, and much more. "And Yĕhowshuwa the son of Nun (NVN) was full of the spirit of Chokmah; for Moses had laid his hands upon ...
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