October 23, 2019
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Review Category : Qabalah

The Second Path of the Tree of Life: Beth

1 of 15   The General Description of the Path This highway is known as the twelfth path, which joins Binah to Kether. It joins the fountain of form side of being, Binah, with the undifferentiated existence of Kether, wherein the polarity of form and life, negative and positive, and female and male are one. On this path “we are called to perform the supreme magical task of transforming matter into ...

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The First Path o the Tree of Life: Aleph

1 of 16   The General Description of the First Path This is path eleven on the Qabalistic Tree of Life, the path joining Kether to Chokmah. According to Stephen Hoeller, the eleventh path is “the most glorious, and paradoxical of all”.[1] The paradox consists in the fact that this path is in truth the point of all beginning and all ending; it is the beginning and the end of the ...

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The Tenth Sephiroth: Malkuth

1 of 13   What is Malkuth? Malkuth or Malchut  (“kingdom”; ملكوت ;מלכות), or Shekhinah, is the tenth of the sephirot in the Kabbalistic Tree of Life.   It sits at the bottom of the Tree, below Yesod. This sephirah has as a symbol the Bride which relates to the sphere of Tipheret, symbolized by the Bridegroom. Pendant to the system of three triads, and synthesizing all the former numbers, is Malkuth, the ...

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The Ninth Sephiroth: Yesod

1 of 14   What is Yesod? Yesod (Hebrew: יסוד “foundation”) is a sephirah in the kabbalistic Tree of Life. Yesod is the sephirah below Hod and Netzach, and above Malkuth (the kingdom). It is the vehicle, from one thing or condition to another. It is the power of connection.  Netzach and Hod result in Yesod, the “Foundation,” completing a series of three triads. Yesod is that subtle basis upon which ...

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The Eighth Sephiroth: Hod

1 of 15   What is Hod? Hod (“Majesty”; הוד) in the Kabbalah of Judaism is the eighth sephira of the Kabbalistic tree of life. It is derived from hod הוד in the Hebrew language meaning “majesty” or “splendor” and denoting “praise” as well as “submission”. Hod sits below Gevurah and across from Netzach in the tree of life; Yesod is to the south-east of Hod. It has four paths, which ...

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The Seventh Sephiroth: Netzach

1 of 14   What is Netzach? Netzach (Hebrew: נצח‎, “victory”) is the seventh of the ten Sefirot in the Jewish mystical system Kabbalah. Located beneath Chesed, at the base of the “Pillar of Mercy” also consisting of Chochmah (‘Wisdom’) and Hesed (‘Loving-Kindness’).  Netzach (Hebrew נצח) communicates the idea of long-suffering, strength, endurance unto completion or patience. Tiphareth completes the trinity of Sephiroth constituting the second triad, which in turn projects ...

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The Sixth Sephiroth : Tiphareth

1 of 18   What is Tiphareth? Tiphereth, is the sixth sefira in the kabbalistic Tree of Life. The action of the fourth and fifth Sephiroth, male and female, produce in reconciliation Tiphareth, which is “Beauty” and “Harmony.” The diagram will show it in the center of the whole Sephirothal system comparable to a Sun – which indeed is its astrological attribution – with the planets revolving around it. (Israel Regardie, ...

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The Fifth Sephiroth: Geburah

1 of 16   What is Geburah? Gevurah or geburah (גבורה) is the fifth sephirot in the kabbalistic tree of life, and it is the second of the emotive attributes of the sephirot. Geburah sits below Binah, across from Chesed, and above Hod.   Chesed gives rise to Geburah, which is essentially a reflection of Binah. Geburah, meaning “Strength” or “Power,” is the fifth Sephirah, feminine, and to it is given the ...

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Daath – Knowledge

1 of 14   The Nature of Daath Daath, regarded as a Sephirah, is a comparatively modern conception.  It is mentioned in early Qabalistic writtings but is considered as the conjunction of the Masculine and Feminine principles of God, Chokmah and Binah.  Indeed, the early texts state most explicitly that there are ten Sephiroth, not nine and not eleven, but ten.  However, modern research has led to sufficient evidence to justify ...

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The Fourth Sephiroth: Chesed

1 of 15   What is Chesed? Number four called Chesed – “Mercy,” begins the second triad of Sephiroth which is the relection of the Supernal triad beyond the Abyss. The three primary or elementary colors are attributed to the Sephiroth of this second trinity : blue to Chesed, red to Geburah, and yellow to Tiphareth. (Israel Regardie, A Garden of Pomegrenates, p. 46) Chesed is also known as Gedulah (גדולה). The ...

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