Sepher Sapphires: A Treatise on Gematria - 'The Magical by Wade Coleman

By Wade Coleman

A sophisticated reference publication of Kabbalistic Gematria, directory Hebrew numerological and mystical meanings for each quantity from 1 to 1,000. A "must have" reference ebook for each severe pupil of the Western secret culture.

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By Wade Coleman

A sophisticated reference publication of Kabbalistic Gematria, directory Hebrew numerological and mystical meanings for each quantity from 1 to 1,000. A "must have" reference ebook for each severe pupil of the Western secret culture.

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Alas! mh7 tale, legend; saga; narrative recital, homiletical portions of the Talmud; Haggadah, the order of the home-service on Passover night. Homiletical is teaching the principles adapting the sermons to the spiritual benefit of the hearer; the are of preparing sermons and preaching. K p. 267 37tA fairness, good, a good thing; benefit, welfare. "This thy body is truly the heavenly vision of the Goodness of the eternal". [Book of Tokens] The importance of recognizing the true value and meaning of man's physical body cannot be overemphasized.

It is no longer sentiment, passion without object, which falls into incertitude: it is the very object of this sentiment, the center toward which the will tends, the place where it is fixed. N is represented in its most abstract acceptation by the prepostive relation or, the root 'N is represented, in the same acceptation, by the adverbial relation where. Every center of activity, every place distinct, separate from another place. " [d'olivet, 1976, p. to behold. N 3 . to conceal. '137hebed. garment, covering.

C. 23 (prime) I. The glyph of life-nascent life. [Crowley, 1977, p. xxv]. 11. The Sun (Tiphareth, 6) and Moon (Yesod, 9) with the aid of Mercury (Hod, 8). Fll Chaiah. the Life-force, is that part of the constitution of man specially attributed to Chokmah. In organic life, it is a whirling force inherent in the order of the constellations. This is a conscious, vital, life-giving potency. It is the masculine dynamic energy and protective power that is the basis of physical procreation. In Atziluth it is the Fire, the irresistible urge in us of the Universal Will.

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