The Hebrew ‘aleph-beit’ is a ‘cognitive
entheogen’, and is divine in nature. It accurately represents
ways of knowing which conserve their not-entirely-human origins, and
is a living artifact from a vast Epic of adventures with celestial
presence on Earth. If we look at this from the perspective of spirituality,
this language is a gift to the people of Earth from our spiritual
progenitors. It is also a lot like a science-fiction toy from the
future — it has trans-temporal connectivities and thus comprises
something of a ‘prophecy device’. Hebrew is a living
doorway to the ‘outside’ of what we understand as Time.
I state this not as theory or philosophy but as easily demonstrated
Theopoetic in function and purpose, the whole of creation
is experienced by initiates as encoded in a magical way in the archetypal
identities, shapes, histories, and relations of the letters. These
relations are commonly non-linear, and so potentially diverse as to
defy any single system of exploration. Each entity in a letter, word
or phrase is reflectively redefined by systems of context, position
and a magically-founded numerism which is most likely the source of
The 613 thousand letters of the Torah are said to comprise
a single name of God, and a remembrance of the number of the souls
who departed Egypt during Exodus. But hidden within the relational
symmetries of the letters are profound doorways to ecstatic communion
with their source. For thousands of years the ‘hidden’
aspects of Hebrew have escaped secular understanding almost entirely
— a common goal of any sacred tongue. Yet these matters and
ways are not meant to remain forever hidden, and in truth
we live in a new Aeon where what was long hidden is now to be revealed
and magnified in our lives and experience — not merely in books.
Whether or not Hebrew is ‘the chosen language’
is a question for those children who prefer division to unity,
so too are questions relating to authorization to know, use or learn
it. Hebrew is an amazing archeocognitive enlightenment-game. It is
meant to be ‘played’ by children, not experts —
and its purpose is liberation, not admonition and wrathful judgment
as we are too often convinced by those who know too little of these
matters to have any reasonable credentials for ‘teaching us’
Numbers in the Letters in the Names...
In ancient cultures numeric entities were ‘something else’
before they were abstract. To know the ‘number 1’ was
akin to having a special teaching angel for a best friend —
it was a relationship with a being, not a token.
Each of the cardinals (first 9 or ten numbers) was contemplated in
similar fashion. In our time we are taught to denigrate such knowledge
as spurious or superstition. The bald fact of reality is that in comparison
it is our stance which is absurd, not theirs. The whole domain of
mathematics and all of the sciences have their source in the precursors
of the religions and informal metaphysics they labor so feverishly
to denigrate, vilify or deny.
Back around the time of Pythagoras, and probably for a long long
time before him, the fundamental numeric entities were experientially
known to be living transports to impossible understanding. Their
use in counting as abstract ‘values’ was seen as a denigrated
and pragmatic reduction of their real natures and functions —
akin to making idols to represent gods. Each of the first nine (ten
to initiates) numbers is of peculiar and of profound formative significance,
and each uniquely reflects the other members of the primordial set.
These entities are not quantities, but are akin to transports
in the body of the unityBeing — ‘angels’ (or angles)
who exist as accessible teachers and ‘measurers’. To activate
this transport, one cultivates a playfully non-human model of numerism
in general, not entirely unalike with something we might expect from
‘an insane person’ in modern times.
‘Counting’ and ‘math’ are merely falsified
pragmatic reductions of this ancient understanding, useful only for
matters of enumerating and ‘building things’. These ‘abstract’
faces of numeric entities are terrifying in their ability to rob us
of unity and comprehension, for they ‘shave away’ all
that is true and real in preference to ‘images of empty structure’.
As a denigrated toy, these forms of knowing are useful, but if we
credential them as gods the result is a direct and crippling attack
upon our anciently conserved organismal and human intelligence.
When this attack ceases, our intelligence naturally expands to inhabit
the re - membered spaciousness of the universe itself, and many universes
beyond those we’ve named.
The hebrew arts of sacred writing comprise the elements of a formative
hyperlanguage, extremely different from our own, and the letters
of their aleph-beit share these qualities — existing as ‘many
dimensional’ spiritual archetypes arranged in scalarly self-referential
lexicon. Hebrew is a living doorway which conserves these relations,
and it offers us precious access into not only what is possible, but
the opportunities which lie far beyond what was accomplished thousands
of years ago. It is an inexhaustible vehicle of literal enlightenment,
not merely the language of a given people on Earth.
It is our birthright to have access to learning-modes and knowledge
far in excess of the sum of what human science and religion can offer.
We will never claim this right in isolation, for it is in every case
the sacred fruit of human unity in mutual uplift, rescue, learning
To understand a single letter, is to become ‘more
alike with’ all that it relates to and is reflected with(in).
Each is a living koan, a riddle-friend with whom one will always live
and travel. Each letter also has a variety of numeric associates,
which are ‘computed’ according to the rules of a variety
of formal and informal systems. Each letter has at least 4 ‘intrinsic
values’ in Gematria. Rather than being
merely numbers, these values correspond to poetic and spiritual archetypes
which represent primordial principles in multiple dimensions of metafication.
Hebrew words have this same quality, which is a ‘sum’
of these angelic-lingual ‘archetypes’.. Each word may
be numerically indexed to other term-archetypes in its ‘intimate
family’ via a discipline known as gematria. These ‘games’
form a whole other dimension of semantic literacy, and provide a mode
of recombinantly active metaphoric connectivity unknown in English.
Two words with the same gematric indices are clearly
and usually poetically related. The potentials for relational gematria
are probably infinite, but a few standard forms of the discipline
have come down to us from their sources in history. One must suspect
that the most profoundly adept incarnations of these games remain
largely the guarded secret of the highest initiates, and may well
be impossible to transmit in ‘system’ being founded instead
in achieving and sustaining direct contact with God as co-interpreter
In gematria, each letter has various values, but one
of these, the spelling value, is of particular import. Each letter
in Hebrew is also a ‘word’ and thus has ‘a spelling’,
usually comprised of 2 or 3 letters, beginning with the letter being
spelled. Other values have to do with an arithmetic matrix and positional
denominations [see 'aleph']. Thus a letter’s constituents can
be ‘summed’ to produce an expansion of its elemental nature.
These values correlate with mystical and poetic principles
related to the precedence-ladder of powers and events traversed in
Creation, and particularly in Genesis. Essentially this is a door
to an ever-more profound relationship with the sources of the Hebrew
language, which turns out in every case to lead directly to contact
with the living source of language itself.
Notarikon is the ‘noticing’
of the compressed terms which emerge when one takes the first letter
each word in a specific block of text in order, discarding the rest.
Many modes exist, such as last letter of a given statement, etc. Acrostics
are a form of Notarikon, where the first letter of each line is taken,
and these are added together to produce an encoded phrase. Notarikons
can be gematrially correlated, and Temura may be applied as well,
leading to further gematria.
Temura is a substitution-game,
and the temura of a word can be gematrially reduced and thus correlated
with indexes in memory or tome. The common forms of temura are listed
Read English Left to Right : Read Hebrew Right to Left
Atbash: First letter is traded for
the last, 2nd for 2nd to last, &c.
i.e: YHVH (or YHWH) = MTzPTz
Albam: Add 11 letter positions to the
letter in question.
A = L [1 (the letter)+11 = 12]
i.e: YHVH = ShAiPAi
Avgad: Add 1 letter-position. A = B
ie: YHVH = KZVZ
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