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PROLEGOMENA SYMBOLICA AD SYSTEMAM SCEPTICO-MYSTICÆ V IÆ E XPLICANDÆ FUNDAMENTUM H IEROGLYPHICUM S ANCTISSIMORUM SCIENTÆ SUMMÆ

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THE FOLLOWING is an attempt to systematise alike the data of mysticism and the results of comparative religion. The sceptic will applaud our labours, for that the very catholicity of the symbols denies them any objective validity, since, in so many contradictions, something must be false; while the mystic will rejoice equally that the self-same catholicity allembracing proves that very validity, since after all something must be true. Fortunately we have learnt to combine these ideas, not in the mutual toleration of subcontraries, but in the affirmation of contraries, that transcending of the laws of intellect which is madness in the ordinary man, genius in the Overman who hath arrived to strike off more fetters from our understanding. The savage who cannot conceive of the number six, the orthodox mathematician who cannot conceive of the fourth dimension, the philosopher who cannot conceive of the Absolute—all these are one; all must be impregnated with the Divine Essence of the Phallic Yod of Macroprosopus, and give birth to their idea. True (we may agree with Balzac), the Absolute recedes; we never grasp it; but in the travelling there is joy. Am I no better than a staphylococcus because my ideas still crowd in chains? But we digress. The last attempts to tabulate knowledge are the Kabbala Denudata of Knorr von Rosenroth (a work incomplete and, in some of its parts, prostituted to the service of dogmatic interpretation), the lost symbolism of the Vault in which Christian Rosenkreutz is said to have been buried, some of the work of Dr. Dee and Sir Edward Kelly, some very imperfect tables in Cornelius Agrippa, the “Art” of Raymond Lully, some of the very artificial effusions of the esoteric Theosophists, and of late years the knowledge of the Order Rosæ Rubeæ et Aureæ Crucis and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Unluckily, the leading spirit in these latter societies1 found that his prayer, “Give us this day our daily whisky, and just a wee drappie mair for luck!” was sternly answered, “When you have given us this day our daily Knowledge-lecture.” Under these circumstances Daath got mixed with Dewar, and Beelzebub with Buchanan. But even the best of these systems is excessively bulky; modern methods have enabled us to concentrate the substance of twenty thousand pages in two score. The best of the serious attempts to systematise the results of Comparative Religion is that made by Blavatsky. But though she had an immense genius for acquiring facts, she had none whatever for sorting and selecting the essentials. Grant Allen made a very slipshod experiment in this line; so have some of the polemical rationalists; but the only man worthy of our notice is Frazer of the Golden Bough. Here again, there is no tabulation; for us it is left to sacrifice literary charm, and even some accuracy, in order to bring out the one great point. i

This: That when a Japanese thinks of Hachiman, and a Boer of the Lord of Hosts, they are not two thoughts, but one. The cause of human sectarianism is not lack of sympathy in thought, but in speech; and this it is our not unambitious design to remedy. Every new sect aggravates the situation. Especially the Americans, grossly and crapulously ignorant as they are of the rudiments of human language, seize like mongrel curs upon the putrid bones of their decaying monkey-jabber, and gnaw and tear them with fierce growls and howls. The mental prostitute, Mrs. Eddy (for example), having invented the idea which ordinary people call “God,” christened it “Mind,” and then by affirming a set of propositions about “Mind,” which are only true of “God,” set all hysterical, dyspeptic, crazy Amurrka by the ears. Personally, I don’t object to people discussing the properties of four-sided triangles; but I draw the line when they use a well-known word, such as pig, or mental healer, or dung-heap, to denote the object of their paranoiac fetishism. Even among serious philosophers the confusion is very great. Such terms as God, the Absolute, Spirit, have dozens of connotations, according to the time and place of the dispute and the beliefs of the disputants. Time enough that these definitions and their inter-relation should be crystallised, even at the expense of accepted philosophical accuracy. 2. The principal sources of our tables have been the philosophers and traditional systems referred to above, as also, among many others, Pietri di Abano,2 Lilly, Eliphaz Levi, Sir R. Burton, Swami Vivekananda, the Hindu, Buddhist, and Chinese Classics, the Qúran and its commentators, the Book of the Dead, and, in particular, original research. The Chinese, Hindu, Buddhist, Moslem and Egyptian systems have never before been brought into line with the Qabalah; the Tarot has never been made public. Eliphaz Levi knew the true attributions but was forbidden to use them.* All this secrecy is very silly. An indicible Arcanum is an arcanum that cannot be revealed. It is simply bad faith to swear a man to the most horrible penalties if he betray . . ., etc., and then take him mysteriously apart and confide the Hebrew Alphabet to his safe keeping.3 This is perhaps only ridiculous; but it is a wicked imposture to pretend to have received it from Rosicrucian manuscripts which are to be found in the British Museum. To obtain money on these grounds, as has been done by certain moderns, is clear (and, I trust, indictable) fraud. The secrets of Adepts are not to be revealed to men. We only wish they were. When a man comes to me and asks for the Truth, I go away and practice teaching the Differential Calculus to a Bushman; and I answer the former only when I have succeeded with the latter. But to withhold the Alphabet of Mysticism from the learner is the device of a selfish charlatan. That which can be taught shall be taught, and that which cannot be taught may at last be learnt.
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This is probably true, though in agreement with the statement of the traducer of Levi’s doctrine and the vilifier of his noble personality.

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3. As a weary but victorious warrior delights to recall his battles—Fortisan hæ c olim meminisse juvabit*—we would linger for a moment upon the difficulties of our task. The question of sacred alphabets has been abandoned as hopeless. As one who should probe the nature of woman, the deeper he goes the rottener it gets; so that at last it is seen that there is no sound bottom. All is arbitrary;† withdrawing out caustics and adopting a protective treatment, we point to the beautiful clean bandages and ask the clinic to admire! To take one concrete example: the English T is clearly equivalent in sound to the Hebrew t, the Greek t, the Arabic P and the Coptic t, but the numeration is not the same. Again, we have a clear analogy in shape (perhaps a whole series of analogies), which, on comparing the modern alphabets with primeval examples, breaks up and is indecipherable. The same difficulty in another form permeates the question of gods. Priests, to propitiate their local fetish, would flatter him with the title of creator; philosophers, with a wider outlook, would draw identities between many gods in order to obtain a unity. Time and the gregarious nature of man have raised gods as ideas grew more universal; sectarianism has drawn false distinctions between identical gods for polemical purposes. Thus, where shall we put Isis, favouring nymph of corn as she was? As the type of motherhood? As the moon? As the great goddess Earth? As Nature? As the Cosmic Egg from which all Nature sprang? For as time and place have changed, so she is all of these! What of Jehovah, that testy senior of Genesis, that lawgiver of Leviticus, that Phallus of the depopulated slaves of the Egyptians, that jealous King-God of the times of the Kings, that more spiritual conception of the Captivity, only invented when all temporal hope was lost, that mediæ val battleground of cross-chopped logic, that Being stripped of all his attributes and assimilated to Parabrahman and the Absolute of the Philosopher? Satan, again, who in Job is merely Attorney-General and prosecutes for the Crown, acquires in time all the obloquy attaching to that functionary in the eyes of the criminal classes, and becomes a slanderer. Does any one really think that any angel is such a fool as to try to gull the Omniscient God into injustice to his saints? Then, on the other hand, what of Moloch, that form of Jehovah denounced by those who did not draw huge profit from his rites? What of the savage and morose Jesus of the Evangelicals, cut by their petty malice from the gentle Jesus of the Italian children? How shall we identify the thaumaturgic Chauvinist of Matthew with the metaphysical Logos of John? In short, while the human mind is mobile, so long will the definitions of all our terms vary.
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[Lat. approx. “perhaps it will be pleasant to remember these things one day.”] All symbolism is perhaps ultimately so; there is no necessary relation in thought between the idea of a mother, the sound of the child’s cry “Ma,” and the combination of lines ma. This, too, is the extreme case, since “ma” is the sound naturally just produced by opening the lips and breathing. Hindus would make a great fuss over this true connection; but it is very nearly the only one. All these beautiful schemes break down sooner or later, mostly sooner.

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But it is necessary to settle on something: bad rules are better than no rules at all. We may then hope that our critics will aid our acknowledged feebleness; and if it be agreed that much learning hath made us mad, that we may receive humane treatment and a liberal allowance of rubber-cores in our old age. 4. The Tree of Life is the skeleton on which this body of truth is built. The juxtaposition and proportion of its parts should be fully studied. Practice alone will enable the student to determine how far an analogy may be followed out. Again, some analogies may escape a superficial study. The Beetle is only connected with the sign Pisces through the Tarot Trump “The Moon.” The Camel is only connected with the High Priestess through the letter Gimel. Since all things whatsoever (including no thing) may be placed upon the Tree of Life, the Table could never be complete. It is already somewhat unwieldy; we have tried to confine ourselves as far as possible to lists of Things Generally Unknown. It must be remembered that the lesser tables are only divided from the thirty-two-fold table in order to economise space; e.g. in the seven-fold table the entries under Saturn belong to the thirty-second part in the large table. We have been unable for the moment to tabulate many great systems of Magic; the four lesser books of the Lemegeton,4 the system of Abramelin, if indeed its Qliphothic ramifications are susceptible of classification, once we follow it below the great and terrible Demonic Triads which are under the presidency of the Unutterable Name;5 the vast and comprehensive system shadowed in the Book called the Book of the Concourse of the Forces,6 interwoven as it is with the Tarot, being, indeed, on one view little more than an amplification and practical application of the Book of Thoth.7 But we hope that the present venture will attract scholars from all quarters, as when the wounded Satan leaned upon his spear,
“ Forthwith on all sides to his aid was run By angels many and strong,”

and that in the course of time a far more satisfactory volume may result. Many columns will seem to the majority of people to consist of mere lists of senseless words. Practice, and advance in the magical or mystical path, will enable little by little to interpret more and more. Even as a flower unfolds beneath the ardent kisses of the Sun, so will this table reveal its glories to the dazzling eye of illumination. Symbolic and barren as it is, yet it shall stand for the athletic student as a perfect sacrament, so that reverently closing its pages he shall exclaim, “May that of which we have partaken sustain us in the search for the Quintessence, the Stone of the Wise, the Summum Bonus, True Wisdom, and Perfect Happiness. So mote it be!

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THE TREE OF LIFE

COL. XII. This arrangement is the basis of the whole system of this book. Besides the 10 numbers and the 22 letters, it is divisible into 3 columns, 4 planes, 7 planes, 7 palaces, etc. etc.8

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TABLE I

I. Key Scale. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

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Hebrew Names of Numbers and Letters. }wa Ain [ws }ya Ain Soph rwa [ws }ya Ain Soph Aur * rtk Kether * hmkj Chokmah * hnyb Binah * dsj Chesed * hrwbg Geburah * trapt Tiphareth jxn Netzach dwh Hod * dwsy Yesod * rwklm Malkuth [la Aleph tib Beth lmg Gimel tld Daleth hh Hé ww Vau }yz Zain tyj Cheth tyf Teth dvy Yod [k Kaph dml Lamed \ym Maim }wn Nun ]ms Samekh }yu Ayin hp Pé ydx Tzaddi [wq Qoph cyr Resh }yc Shin wt Tau wt Tau }yc Shin

III.
English of Col. II.
Nothing No Limit Limitless L.V.X Crown* Wisdom Understanding Mercy Strength Beauty Victory Splendour Foundation Kingdom Ox House Camel Door Window Nail Sword Fence Serpent Hand Palm Ox Goad Water Fish Prop Eye Mouth Fish-hook Back of head Head Tooth Tau (as Egyptian)

IV.*
Consciousness of the Adept.

V.*
God-Names in Assiah.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . awh hyha hy \yhla hwhy la rwbg \yhla tudw hwla hwhy twabx hwhy twaxb \yhla yj la ydc ]lm ynda hwhy (8) hgwbza (81) \yla (9) hd (7) aha

-ª ¾A ÊA ±ŸœA ¾ ÊA -ª

(34) ba la (4) aba la

(65) ynda

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(36) hla \yhla (15) hy (3) ba [{rah] ynda [alga : hyha] hwchy

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VI.
The Heavens of Assiah.

VII.
English of Col. VI.

VIII.*
Orders of Qliphoth.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \ylglgh Rashith ha-Gilgalim tycar twlzm Mazloth yatbc Shabbathai qdx Tzedeq \ydam Madim cmc Shemesh hgn Nogah kbwk Kokab hnbl Levanah twdwsy \lj Cholem Yesodoth jwr Ruach [Planets follow Sephiroth, corresponding] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hlt Teleh rwc Shar \ynwat Teonim }frs Sarton hyra Ari hlwtb Betulah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \ynzam Moznaim \ym Maim brqu Akrab tcq Qesheth ydg Gedi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yld Deli \ygd Dagim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ca Ash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . }ra Aretz ta Ath

. . . . . . . . . . . . Sphere of Primum Mobile Sphere of the Zodiac Sphere of Saturn Sphere of Jupiter Sphere of Mars Sphere of Sol Sphere ofVenus Sphere of Mercury Sphere of Luna Sphere of the Elements Air Mercury Luna Venus Aries B Taurus E Gemini Cancer C Leo B Virgo E Jupiter Libra D Water Scorpio C Sagittarius B Capricorn E Mars Aquarius D Pisces C Sol Fire Saturn Earth Spirit

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(1) laymwat Thaumiel (1) lawgwu Ghagiel (1) layratas Satariel (2) hlksug Gha’agsheklah (3) bjlwg Golachab (4) }wryrgt Thagiriron (5) qrz bru A’arab Zaraq (6) lams Samael (7) laymg Gamaliel (7) tylyl Lilith [Elements. See Col. LXVIII.] [Planets follow Sephiroth]

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . * }wryryub }wrymyda }wrymillx }wryrjyc }wrybhlc }wryrpx . . . . . . . }wryrybu . . . . . . . }wrytcjn }wrycjn }wrygdgd . . . . . . . }wrymyhb }wrymycn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ba’airiron Adimiron Tzalalimiron Shichiriron Shalehbiron Tzaphiriron . . . . . . . A’abiriron . . . . . . . Necheshthiron Necheshiron Dagdagiron . . . . . . . Bahimiron Nashimiron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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IX.
The Sword and the Serpent 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . . . . . . . . . . . The Flaming Sword follows the downward course of the Sephir oth, and is compared to the Lightning Fla sh. Its hilt is in Kether and its point in Malkuth.

X.
Mystic Numbers of the Sephiroth 0 1 3 6 10 15 21 28 36 45 55 66 78 91 105 120 136 153 171 190 210 231 253 276 300 325 351 378 406 435 465 496 528 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

XI.*
Elements (with their Planetary Rulers). . . . . . . . . . . Root of D Root of B Root of C C B D B C D E Hot and Moist D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! B & $ E = ' D # % C ! B & $ E = . . . . . . . . . . ' D # Cold and moist C % C ! B & $ E = . . . . . . . . . . ' D # % C . . . . . . . . . . Hot and dry B . . . . . . . . . . Cold and dry E . . . . . . . . . .

XII.*
The Tree of Life.

. . . . . . . . . . . . 1st Plane, Middle Pillar 2nd Plane, Right Pillar 2nd Plane, Left Pillar 3rd Plane, Right Pillar 3rd Plane, Left Pillar 4th Plane, Middle Pillar 5th Plane, Right Pillar 5th Plane, Left Pillar 6th Plane, Middle Pillar 7th Plane, Middle Pillar Path joins 1 – 2 ” 1–3 ” 1–6 ” 2–3 ” 2–6 ” 2–4 ” 3–6 ” 3–5 ” 4–5 ” 4–6 ” 4–7 ” 5–6 ” 5–8 ” 6–7 ” 6–9 ” 6–8 ” 7–8 ” 7–9 ” 7 – 10 ” 8–9 ” 8 – 10 ” 9 – 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis . . . . . . . . . . 31 bis . . . . . . . . . . The Serpent of Wisdom follows the course of the paths or letters upwards, its head being thus in a, its tails in t. a, m, and c are the Mother letters, referring to the Elements; b, g, d, k, p, r, and t, the Double letters, to the Planets;the rest, Single letters, to the Zodiac.

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XIII.
The Paths of the Sepher Yetzirah.

XIV.
General Attribution of Tarot.

XV.*
The King Scale of Colour (y). . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brilliance Pure soft blue Crimson Deep violet Orange Clear pink rose Amber Violet purple Indigo Yellow Bright pale yellow Yellow Blue Emerald green Scarlet Red orange Orange Amber Yellow, greenish Green, yellowish Violet Emerald green Deep blue Green blue Blue Indigo Scarlet Violet Crimson (ultra violet) Orange Glowing orange scarlet Indigo Citrine, russet, olive, and black (quartered) White, merging Grey

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Admirable or Hidden Intelligence Illuminating I. Sanctifying I. Measuring Cohesive or Receptacular I. Radical I. I. of the Mediating Influence Occult or Hidden I. Absolute or Perfect I. Pure or Clear I. Resplendent I. Scintillating I. I. of Transparency Uniting I. Illuminating I. Constituting I. Triumphal or Eternal One Disposing One I. of the House of Influence I. of all the Activities of the Spiritual Being I. of Will I. of Conciliation Faithful I. Stable I. The 4 Aces The 4 Twos—Kings or Knights The 4 Threes—Queens The 4 Fours The 4 Fives The 4 Sixes—Emperors or Princes The 4 Sevens The 4 Eights The 4 Nines The 4 Tens—Empresses or Princesses The Fool—[Swords] Emperors or Princes The Juggler The High Priestess The Empress The Emperor The Hierophant The Lovers The Chariot Strength Hermit Wheel of Fortune Justice The Hanged Man—[Cups] Queens. Death Temperence The Devil The House of God The Star The Moon The Sun The Angel or Last Judgement— [Wands] Kings or Knights. The Universe

24 Imaginative I. 25 I. of Probation or Tentative One 26 Renovating I. 27 Exciting I. 28 Natural I. 29 Corporeal I. 30 Collecting I. 31 32 Perpetual I. Administrative I.

32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Empresses [Coins] 31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All 22 Trumps

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XVI.*
The Queen Scale of Colour (h). 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

XVII.*
The Emperor Scale of Colour (v).

XVIII.*
The Empress Scale of Colour (#).

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . White brilliance White brilliance Blue pearl grey, like mother-of Grey pearl Black Dark brown Blue Deep purple Scarlet red Bright scarlet Yellow (gold) Rich salmon Emerald Bright yellow green Orange Red-russet Violet Very dark purple Citrine, olive, russet, and As Queen scale, but flecked black* with gold Sky blue Blue emerald green Purple Grey Silver Cold pale blue Sky blue Red Deep indigo Pale Mauve Maroon Deep purple Slate grey Blue Blue Sea-green Early spring green Brilliant flame Deep warm olive New yellow leather Rich bright russet Grey Green grey Rich purple Deep blue-green Deep olive-green Very dark brown Green Blue black Venetian red Blueish mauve Light translucent pinksh brown Rich amber Scarlet, flecked gold Blue black Dark brown The 7 prismatic colours, the violet being outside

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . White flecked gold White, flecked red, blue, and yellow Grey flecked pink Deep azure flecked yellow Red flecked black Gold amber Olive flecked gold Yellow-brown flecked white Citrine flecked azure Black rayed yellow Emerald flecked gold Indigo rayed violet Silver rayed sky-blue Bright rose of cerise rayed pale yellow Glowing red Rich brown Reddish grey inclined to mauve Dark greenish brown Reddish amber Plum colour Bright blue rayed yellow Pale green White flecked purple Livid indigo brown (like a black beetle) Dark vivid blue Cold dark grey near black Bright red rayed azure or orange White tinged purple Stone colour Amber rayed red Vermillion flecked crimson & emerald Black rayed blue Black and yellow White, red, yellow, blue, black (the latter outside)

24 Dull brown 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Yellow Black Red Sky blue Buff, flecked silver-white Gold yellow Vermillion

32 Black 32 bis Amber 31 bis Deep purple (near black)

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XIX.*
Selection of Egyptian Gods.

XX.
Complete Practical Attribution of Egyptian Gods. Heru-pa-Kraath Ptah Isis [As Wisdom] Nephthys Amoun Horus Ra Hathoor Thoth Shu Osiris Mout Thoth Chomse Hathoor Isis Osiris The twin Merti Hormakhu Horus Heru-pa-Kraath Amoun-Ra Maat

XXI.*
The Perfected Man.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

Harpocrates, Amoun, Nuith [[Nuit and Hadit]] Ptah, Asar un Nefer, Hadith [[Heru-Ra-Ha]] Amoun, Thoth, Nuith [Zodiac] Maut, Isis, Nephthys Amoun, Isis [[Hathoor]] Horus, Nephthys Asar, Ra [[On, Hrumachis]] Hathoor Anubis Shu [[Hermanubis, all exclusively phallic Gods]] Seb. Lower (i.e. unwedded) Isis and Nephthys. [[Sphinx as synthesis of Elements]] Nu [[Hoor-pa-kraat as ATU 0]] Thoth and Cynocephalus Chomse Hathor Men Thu Asar, Ameshet, Apis Various twin Deities, Rekht, Merti, &c. [[Heru-Ra-Ha]] Khephra Ra-Hoor-Khuit, Pasht, Sekhet, Mau Isis [as Virgin] Amoun-Ra Ma Tum, Ptah, Auramoth (as C), Asar (as Hanged Man), Hekar, Isis [[Hathor]] Merti goddesses, Typhon, Apep, Khephra Nephthys Khem (Set) Horus Ahepi, Aroueris Khephra (as Scarab in Tarot Trump) Ra and many others Thoum-Aesh-Neith, Mau, Kabeshunt, Horus, Tarpesheth. Sebek, Mako Satem, Ahapshi, Nephthys, Ameshet Asar

Nu—the Hair Disk (of Ra)—the Face. [In Daath, Asi—the Neck]

} Neith—the Arms }
The Mighty and Terrible One—the Breast The Lords of Kereba—the Reins. Nuit—the Hips and Legs. Asar and Asi—the Phallus and Vulva. Sati—the Spine The Eye of Hoor—the Buttocks and Anus As 6 Anpu—the Lips Hathor—the Left Eye Khenti-Khas—the Left Nostril Ba-Neb-Tattu—The Shoulders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
As 6.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Apu-t—the Left Ear

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
As 24 Sekhet—the Belly and Back

I#qhourey
Hammemit

Arwueri#
Set Menqu Nuit Anubi Ra Mau See Note * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
As 10, for u means Eye Khenti-Khas—the Right Nostril The Lords of Kereba—the Reins Hathor—the Right Eye [Serqet—the Teeth.] As 6. Apu-t—the Right Ear \yyj \yla—the Bones. As 16

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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XXII.
Small selection of Hindu Deities.

XXIII.*
The Forty Buddhist Meditations. Nothing and Neither P nor p' Space Consciousness Indifference Joy Compassion Friendliness Death Buddha The Gods Analysis into 4 Elements Dhamma Sangha The Body Wind Yellow Loathsomeness of Food Dark Blue Bloody Corpse Beaten and Scattered Corpse White Worm-eaten Corpse Gnawed by Wild Beasts Corpse Bloated Corpse Liberality Hacked in Pieces Corpse Water Skeleton Corpse Limited Aperture Putrid Corpse Blood-red Purple Corpse Conduct Light Fire Quiescence Earth Breathing F F F S S S S R R R A R R R K K P K I I K I I I R I K I K I K I R K K R K R

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

AUM Parabrahm (or any other whom one wishes to please) [[Shiva, Brahma]] Shiva, Vishnu (as Buddha avatars), Akasa (as matter), Lingam Bhavani (all forms of Sakti), Prana (as Force), Yoni Indra, Brahma Vishnu, Varruna-Avatar Vishu-Hari-Krishna-Rama [[Bhavani, etc.]] Hanuman Ganesha, Vishnu (Kurm Avatar) Lakshmi, &c. [Kundalini] The Maruts [Vayu] Hanuman, Vishnu (as Parasa-Rama) Chandra (as =) Lalita (sexual aspect of Sakti) Shiva Shiva (Sacred Bull) Various twin and hybrid Deities [[Krishna]] Vishnu (Nara-Singh Avatar) The Gopi girls, the Lord of Yoga Brahma, Indra Yama Soma [apas] Kundalini [[Yama]] Vishnu (Horse-Avatar) Lingam, Yoni [[Krishna]] [[The Maruts]] Vishnu (Matsya Avatar) Agni [Tejas], Yama [as God of Last Judgement] Surya (as !) Brahma [Prithivi] [Akasa]

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XXIV.
Certain of the Hindu and Buddhist Results. 0 z1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Nerodha-samapatti, Nirvikalpa-samadhi, Shiva darshana. Unity with Brahma, Atma darshana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vishvarupa-darshana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

XXV.XXXII.

XXXIII.
Some Scandinavian Gods. . . . . . . Wotan Odin Frigga Wotan Thor
Pan.

XXXIV.
Some Greek Gods.

. . . . . . .

Zeus, Iacchus Athena, Uranus [[Hermes]] Cybele, Demeter, Rhea, Heré, [[Psyché, Kronos]] Poseidon [[Zeus]] Ares, Hades Iacchus, Apollo, Adonis [[Dionysus, Bacchus]] Aphrodité, Niké Hermes Zeus (as D), Diana of Epheus (as phallic stone [[and =]]) [[Eros]] Persephone, [Adonis], Psyché Zeus Hermes Artemis, Hekaté Aphrodité Athena [Heré] Castor and Pollux, Apollo the Diviner [[Eros]] Apollo the Charioteer Demeter [borne by lions] [Attis] Zeus Themis, Minos, Aeacus and Rhadamanthus Poseidon Ares [[Apollo the Pythean, Thanatos]] Apollo, Artemis (hunters) Pan, Priapus [Erect Hermes and Bacchus] Ares, [[Athena]] [Athena] Ganymede Poseidon [[Hermes Psychopompos]] Helios, Apollo Hades [Athena] [Demeter] [[Gaia]] Iacchus

We have insufficient knowledge of the attributions of Assyrian, Syrian, Mongolian, Tibetan, Mexican, Zend, South Sea, West African &c.

. . . . . . Freya Odin, Loki . . . . . . . . . . . . Valkyries . . . . . . . . . . . . Freya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Vision of the “Higher Self,” the various Dhyanas or 10 Jhanas 11 Vaya-Bhawana 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Vision of Chandra 14 Success in Bhaktioga 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Success in Hathayoga, Asana 16 and Prana-yama 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 19 20 21 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apo-Bhawana 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vision of Surya Agni-Bhawana . . . . . . . . . . . . Prithiva-Bhawana Vision of the Higher Self, Prana-yama. . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

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XXXV.
Some Roman Gods.

XXXVI.
Selection of Christian Gods (10); Apostles (12); Evangelists (4) and Churches of Asia (7). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . God the 3 in 1 God the Father, God who guides Parliament The Virgin Mary God the Rain-make (vide Prayer-book), God the Farmer’s Friend Christ coming to Judge the World God the Son (and Maker of fine Weather) Messiah, Lord of Hosts (vide Prayer-book, R. Kipling, &c.) God the Holy Ghost (as Comforter and Inspirer of Scripture), God the Healer of Plagues God the Holy Ghost (as Incubus) Ecclesia Xsti, the Virgin Mary Matthew Sardis Laodicea Thyatira [The Disciples are too indefinite] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia . . . . . . . . . . . . . John, Jesus as Hanged Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pergamos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Smyrna Mark Ephesus Luke The Holy Ghost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

XXXVII.
Hindu Legendary Demons. . . . . . . .

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jupiter Janus [[Mercury]] Juno, Cybele, Hecate, &c. Jupiter [[Libitina]] Mars Apollo [[Bacchus, Aurora]] Venus Mercury Diana (as =) [[Terminus, Jupiter]] Ceres Jupiter [[Juno, Æolus]] Mercury Diana Venus Mars, Minerva Venus [[Hymen]] Castor and Pollux, [Janus] [[Hymen]] Mercury [[Lares and Penates]] Venus (repressing the Fire of Vulcan) [Attis], Ceres, Adonis [[Vesta, Flora]] Jupiter, [Pluto] Vulcan [[Venus, Nemesis]] Neptune [[Rhea]] Mars [[Mors]] Diana (as Archer) [[Iris]] Pan, Vesta, Bacchus Mars Juno [[Æolus]] Neptune Apollo [[Ops]] Vulcan, Pluto Saturn [[Terminus, Astræa]] Ceres [Liber] [[Bacchus]]

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

XXXVIII.*
Animals, Real and Imaginary.

XXXIX.*
Plants, Real and Imaginary.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

[[Dragon]] God [[Swan, Hawk]] Man Woman [[Bee]] Unicorn Basilisk Phœnix, Lion, Child [[Spider, Pelican]] Iynx [[Raven, all carrion birds]] Hermaphrodite, Jackal [[Twin serpents, Monoceros de Astris]] Elephant [[Tortoise, Toad]] Sphinx Eagle, Man (Cherub of D) [[Ox]] Swallow, Ibis, Ape [[Twin Serpents, fish, hybrids]] Dog [[Stork, Camel]] Sparrow, Dove [[Sow]] Ram, Owl Bull (Cherub of E) Magpie, hybrids [[Parrot, Zebra, Penguin]] Crab, Turtle, Sphinx [[Whale, all beasts of Transport]] Lion (Cherub of B) [[Cat, Tiger, Serpent]] Virgin, Anchorite, any solitary person or animal [[Rhinoceros]] Eagle [[Praying Mantis]] Elephant [[Spider]] Eagle-Snake-Scorpion (Cherub of C) Scorpio, Beetle, Crayfish or Lobster, Wolf [[all Reptiles, Shark, Crablouse]] Centaur, Horse, Hippogriff, Dog Goat, Ass [[Oyster]] Horse, Bear, Wolf [[Boar]] Man or Eagle (Cherub of D), Peacock Fish, Dolphin [[Beetle, Dog, Jackal]] Lion, Sparrowhawk [[Leopard]] Lion (Cherub of B) Crocodile Bull (Cherub of E) Sphinx (if sworded and crowned)

[[Lotus, Rose]] Almond in Flower [[Banyan]] Amaranth [[Mistletoe, Bo or Pipal Tree]] Cypress, Opium Poppy [[Lotus, Lily, Ivy]] Olive, Shamrock [[Opium Poppy]] Oak, Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Hickory]] Acacia, Bay, Laurel, Vine [[Oak, Gorse, Ash, Aswata]] Rose [[Laurel]] Moly, Anhalonium Lewinii [Banyan], Mandrake, Damiana [[Ginseng, Yohimba]] Willow, Lily, Ivy [[Pomegranete, all cereals]] Aspen Vervain, Herb Mercury, Major-lane, Palm [[Lime or Linden]] Almond, Mugwort, Hazel (as =), Moonwort, Ranunculus [[Alder, Pomegranete]]
Myrtle, Rose, Clover [[Fig, Peach, Apple]] Tiger Lily, Geranium [[Olive]] Mallow [[all giant trees]] Hybrids, Orchids Lotus

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

Sunflower Snowdrop, Lily, Narcissus [[Mistletoe]] Hyssop, Oak, Poplar, Fig [[Arnica, Cedar]] Aloe Lotus, all Water Plants Cactus [[Nettle, all poisonous plants]] Rush Indian Hemp, Orchis Root, Thistle [[Yohimba]] Absinthe, Rue [Olive], Cocoanut Unicellular Organisms, Opium [[Mangrove]] Sunflower, Laural, Heliotrop [[Nut, Galangal]] Red Poppy, Hibiscus, Nettle Ash, Cypress, Hellebore, Yew, Nightshade [[Elm]] Oak, Ivy [[Cereals]] Almond in Flower

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TABLE I (continued) XL.*
Precious Stones.

XLI.
Magical Weapons.

CLXXXVII.
Magical Formulæ (see Col. XLI) LASTAL. M....M . . . . . . . . . . VIAOV BABALON. VITRIOL IHVH AGLA. ALHIM ABRAHADABRA. IAO: INRI ARARITA . . . . . . . . . . ALIM VITRIOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ALIM AGAPH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ABRAHADABRA TO MEGA QHRION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AUMGN ON ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IAO : INRI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

[[Star Sapphire, Black Diamond]] Diamond Star Ruby, Turquoise Star Sapphire, Pearl Amethyst, Sapphire [[Lapis Lazuli]] Ruby Topaz, Yellow Diamond Emerald Opal, especially Fire Opal

[[No attribution possible]] Swastika or Fylfot Cross, Crown [[The Lamp]] Lingam, the Inner Robe of Glory [[The Word]] Yoni, the Outer Robe of Concealment [[The Cup, the Shining Star]] The Wand, Sceptre, or Crook The Sword, Spear, Scourge, or Chain The Lamen or Rosy Cross

The Lamp and Girdle The Names and Versicles and Apron The Perfumes and Sandals [[The Altar Quartz and Sacrifice]] Rock Crystal The Magical Circle and Triangle Topaz The Dagger or Fan Opal, Agate The Wand or Caduceus Moonstone, Pearl, Crystal Bow and Arrow Emerald, Turquoise The Girdle Ruby The Horns, Energy, the Burin The Labour of Preparation [[The Topaz Throne and Altar]] Alexandrite, Tourmaline, Iceland Spar The Tripod Amber The Furnace [[The Cup or Holy Graal]] The Discipline (Preliminary) [[Phœnix Cat’s Eye Wand]] The Lamp and Wand (Virile Force Peridot reserved), the Bread [[Lotus Wand]] Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli The Sceptre Emerald The Cross of Equilibrium The Cup and Cross of Suffering, the Beryl or Aquamarine Wine [[Water of Lustration]] Snakestone The Pain of the Obligation [[The Oath]] The Arrow (swift and straight appliJacinth cation of force) Black Diamond The Secret Force, Lamp Ruby, any red stone The Sword Artificial Glass [[Chalcedony]] The Censer or Aspergillus The Twilight of the Place and Magic Pearl Mirror Crysolith The Lamen or Bow and Arrow The Wand or Lamp, Pyramid of B Fire Opal [[The Thurible]] Onyx A Sickle Salt The Pantacle or [[Bread and]] Salt Black Diamond [[The Winged Egg]]

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES XLII.*
Perfumes.

XLIII.*
Vegetable Drugs.

XLIV.*
Mineral Drugs.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

[[No attribution possible]] Ambergris Musk Myrrh, Civet Cedar Tobacco Olibanum Benzoin, Rose, Red Sandal Storax Jasmine, Jinseng, all Odoriferous Roots Dittany of Crete Galbanum Mastic, White Sandal, [[Nutmeg]], Mace, Storax, all Fugitive Odours. Menstrual Blood, Camphor, Aloes, all Sweet Virginal Odours Sandalwood, Myrtle, all Soft Voluptuous Odours Dragon’s Blood Storax Wormwood Onycha Olibanum Narcissus Saffron, all Generous Odours Galbanum Onycha, Myrrh Siamese Benzoin, Opoponax Lign-aloes Musk, Civet (also 'ian Perfumes) Pepper, Dragon’s Blood, all Hot Pungent Odours Galbanum Ambergris [[Menstrual Fluid]] Olibanum, Cinnamon, all Glorious Odours Olibanum, all Fiery Odours Assafœtida, Scammony, Indigo, Sulphur (all Evil Odours) Storax, all Dull and Heavy Odours [[No attribution possible]]

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elixir Vitæ Hashish [[Cocaine]] Belladonna, Soma Opium Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Cocaine, Atropine]] Stramonium, Alcohol, Digitalis, Coffee Damiana, Cannabis Indica [[Anhalonium]] Anhalonium Lewinii [[Cannabis Indica]] Orchid Root Corn Peppermint All cerebral excitants Jupiter, Pennyroyal, & all emmenogogues All aphrodisiacs All cerebral excitants Sugar Ergot and ecbolics Watercress All carminatives and tonics All anaphrodisiacs Cocaine Tobacco Caseara, all purges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orchis [Satyrion] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All diuretics All narcotics Alcohol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stramonium

Carbon Aur. Pot. Phosphorus Silver . . . . . . . . Iron, Sulphur . . . . . . . . Arsenic Mercury Lead Mag. Sulph. . . . . . . . . Mercury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sulphates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nitrates Lead Bismuth Carbon

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TABLE I (continued) XLV.
Magical Powers [Western Mysticism].

XLVI.
System of Taoism.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

The Supreme Attainment [[Vision of No Difference]] Union with God The Vision of God face to face, Vision of Antinomies The Vision of Sorrow [[Vision of Wonder]] The Vision of Love The Vision of Power The Vision of the Harmony of Things (also the Mysteries of the Crucifixion), [[Beatific Vision]] The Vision of Beauty Triumphant The Vision of Splendour [Ezekiel] The Vision of the Machinery of the Universe The Vision of the Holy Guardian Angel or of Adonai. Divination Miracles of Healing, Gift of Tongues, Knowledge of Sciences The White Tincture, Clairvoyance, Divination by Dreams Love-philtres Power of Consecrating Things The Secret of Physical Strength Power of being in two or more places at one time, and of Prophecy Power of Casting Enchantments Power of Training Wild Beasts Invisibility, Parthenogenesis, Initiation (?) Power of Acquiring Political and other Ascendency . Works of Justice and Equilibrium The Great Work, Talismans, Crystal-gazing, & c. Necromancy Transmutations [[Vision of Universal Peacock]] The Witches’ Sabbath so-called, the Evil Eye Works of Wrath and Vengeance Astrology Bewitchments, Casting Illusions The Red Tincture, Power of Acquiring Wealth Evocation, Pyromancy Works of Malediction and Death Alchemy, Geomancy, Making of Pantacles, [[Travels on the Astral Plane]] Invisibility, Transformations, Vision of the Genius

The Tao or Great Extreme of the Yi King. Shang Ti (also the Tao) The Yang and Khien Kwan-se-on, The Yin and Khwan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Li . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Khan Sun Sun Kan and Khwan Tui . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Li . . . . . . . Tui . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kbn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Li and Khien Kbn Khbn Kbn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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XLVII.
Kings and Princes of the Jinn.
0 1 2

XLVIII.
Figures related to Pure Number.

XLIX.*
Lineal Figures of the Planets, &c., and Geomany.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Point . . . . . . . . . . The Cross The Line, also the Cross The Plane, also the Diamond, Oval, . . . . . . . . . . The Triangle Circle, and other Yoni Symbols Tetrahedron or Pyramid, Cross The Solid Figure The Rose The Tesseract Calvary Cross, Truncated Pyramid, Sephirothic Geomantic Figures Cube. follow the Planets. Caput* and A Rose (7 x 7), Candlestick Cauda Draconis* are the Nodes of the Moon, nearly = Neptune and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Herschel respectively. They . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . belong to Malkuth. Altar (Double Cube), Calvary Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Dy Triplicity Calvary Cross Octagram Greek Cross (Plane), Table of ShewEnneagram bread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heptagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Puer * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amissio * Swastika Albus * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Populus and Via * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fortuna Major and Fortuna Minor * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conjunctio * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square and Rhombus Greek Cross Solid, the Rose (3 + 7 + 12) Puella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Cy Triplicity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rubeus * The Rose (5 x 5) Acquisitio * Calvary Cross of 10, Solid Carcer * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pentagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tristitia * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laetitia * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hexagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of By Triplicity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Triangle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Ey Triplicity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

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TABLE I (continued)

L.*
Transcendental Morality. [10 Virtues (1-10), 7 Sins (Planets), 4 Magick Powers (Elements).] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

LI.
The Coptic Alphabet. Numeration of Col. LI. English equivalent of Col. LI.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pyrrho-Zoroastrianusm (Accomplishment of Great Work) Devotion Silence Obedience Energy Devotion to Great Work Unselfishness Truthfulness Independence Scepticism Noscere Falsehood, Dishonesty [Envy] Contentment [Idleness] Unchastity [Lust]

$ # { } ? V W E F J C A B G D H U Z Q Y I K L M N X O P & < R S T [ ] / v w e f j c a b g d h u z q y i k l m n x o p ^ % r s t

6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 500 800 5 90 . . . . . . . . 200 1 2 3 4 . . . . . . . . 400 7 600 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 700 90 100 900

St Sz Tt Æ Ph õõ (long O) E f, v J S A B G D H U Z Ch Th I, y, ee K L M N X O P Ps Q R Sh

15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 23 Bigotry, Hypocrisy [Gluttony] Audere 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Cruelty [Wrath] 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 31 [Pride] Velle 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

32 Envy [Avarice] 300 T 32 bis Tacere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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LII.
The Arabic Alphabet.
0 . . . . . . . . 1 . Three Lost 2 . Fathers. 3 . T 4 d 5 g 6 ~ 7 „ 8 • 9 • 10 . A 11 L 12 X 13 e 14 ª 15 ¬ 16 g 17 ` 18 € 19 ± 20 › 21 Ÿ 22 £ 23 § 24 p 25 ‹ 26 “ 27 x 28 — 29 e 30 t 31 32 P 32 bis . . . . . . . . . 31 bis . . . . . . . . .

CLXXXIV.
Numeration of Arabic Alphabet . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 600 700 800 900 1000 . . . . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 200 300 400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LIII.
The Greek Alphabet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CLXXXV.
Numeration of Greek Alphabet . . . . . . 31 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 800 . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 900 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 700 90 100 900 300 400 . . . . . .

CLXXXVI.
Diseases (Typical). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Death Insanity Dementia (Amnesia) Dropsy Fever Heart Lesions Skin Troubles Nerve Troubles Impotence Sterility Fluxes Ataxia Menstrual Disorders Syphilis, Gonorrhoea Apoplex Indigestion Phthysis, Pneumonia Rheumatism Syncope, etc. Heart Spinal weakness, Paralysis Gout Kidney disorders Chill Cancer Apoplexy, Thrombosis Arthritis Inflammation Cystitis Gout Repletion Fever Arterio Sclerosis Sluggishness Death (full Insanity)

. . . . [s] . . [e] [f] w [e] . . . . . c . . . " a b g d e # z h q i k l m n x [s] o p y % r " t . . . u . . . . . . . .

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TABLE II

LIV.
The Letters of the Name. 11 w 23 h 31 y 32 bis # 31 bis c

LV.
The Elements and Senses. D C B E A

LVI.
The Four Rivers.

LVII.*
The Four Quarters. (E) jrzm (W) brum (S) \wrd (N) }wpx . . . . . . Mezrach Maareb Darom Tzaphon . . . . .

LVIII.
Supereme Elemental Kings. Tahoeloj Thahebyobeaatan Ohooohatan Thahaaothahe . . . . . . . . . . .

Air, Smell lqdh Hiddekel Water, Taste }whg Gihon Fire, Sight }wcyp Pison Earth, Touch trp Phrath Spirit, Hearing . . . . . . . .

LIX.
Archangels of the Quarters. 11 lapr Raphael 23 layrbg Gabriel 31 lakym Michael 32 bis layrwa Auriel 31 bis . . . . . . . . . .

LX.
The Rulers of the Elements layra sycrt [rc bwrk . . . . . . Ariel Tharsis Seraph Kerub . . . . .

LXI.
Angels of the elements. }sj dhylt lara ]alrwp . . . . . . Chassan Taliahad Aral Phorlakh . . . . .

LXII.
Kings of the Elemental Spirits. Paralda Niksa Djin Ghob . . . . . . . . . . .

LXIII.
The Four Worlds.

LXIV.
Secret Names of the Four Words.

LXV.

LXVI.

11 hryxy Yetrizah, Formative World hm Mah 23 hayrb Briah, Creative World gs Seg 31 twlyxa Atziluth, Archetypal World bu Aub 32 bis hycu Assiah, Material World }b Ben 31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Secret NumSpelling of Tetragrammaton bers correin the Four Worlds. sponding. 45 ah waw ah dwy 63 ah waw ah dwy 72 yh wyw yh dwy 52 hh ww hh dwy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LXVII.
The Parts of the Soul. 11 23 31 32 bis 31 bis jwr jmcn hyj cpn hdyjy Ruach Neshamah Chiah Nephesh Yechidah

LXVIII.
The Demon Kings.

LXIX.*
The Alchemical Elements. H G F G . . . . .

LXX.
Attribution of Pentagram. Left Upper Point Right Upper Point Right Lower Point Left Lower Point Topmost Point

Oriens Ariton Paimon Amaimon . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES LXXI.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of their Celestial Dominion—Wands. The Prince of the Chariot of Fire. Rules 20° d to 20° f, including most of Leo Minor. The Queen of the Thrones of Flame. 20° l to 23 20° a, including part of Andromeda. The Lord of the Flame and the Lightning. The King of the Spirits of Fire. Rules 20° h to 31 20° i, including part of Hercules. The Princess of the Shining Flame. The Rose 32 bis of the Palace of Fire. Rules one Quadrant of Heavens round N. Pole. 31 bis The Root of the Powers of Fire (Ace)
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LXXII.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of their Celestial Dominion—Cups. The Prince of the Chariot of the Waters. 20° g to 20° h The Queen of the Thrones of the Waters. 20° c to 20° d The Lord of the Waves and the Waters. The King of the Hosts of the Sea. 20° k to 20° l, including most of Pegasus. The Princess of the Waters. The Rose of the Palace of the Floods. Rules another Quadrant The Root of the Powers of Water.

LXXIII.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of their Celestial Dominion—Swords. The Prince of the Chariot of Air. 20° j to 20° k The Queen of the Thrones of Air. 20° f to 20° 23 g The Lord of the Winds and the Breezes. The 31 King of the Spirits of Air. 20° b to 20° c The Princess of the Rushing Winds. The Lotus of the Palace of Air. Rules a 3rd Quadrant. 32 bis
11 31 bis The Root of the Powers of Air

LXXIV.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of their Celestial Dominion—Pantacles. The Prince of the Chariot of Earth. 20° a to 20° b The Queen of the Thrones of the Earth. 20° i to 20° j The Lord of the Wide and Fertile Land. The King of the Spirits of Earth. 20° e to 20° f The Princess of the Echoing Hills. The Lotus of the Palace of the Earth. Rules a 4th Quadrant of the Heavens about Kether. The Root of the Powers of Water.

LXXV.
The Five Elements (Tatwas).
11 23 31 32 bis 31 bis

LXXVI.
The Five Skandhas. Sankhara Vedana Sañña Rupa Viñnanam

CLXXXVIII.
The Body. Breath Chyle, Lymph Blood Solid structures, tissues Semen, Marrow

CLXXXIX. CXC.
Bodily Functions. Speaking Holding Moving Excreting Generating Though Nutrition Moving Matter Magick

Vayu—the Blue Circle Apas—the Silver Crescent Agni or Tejas—the Red Triangle Prithivi—the Yellow Square Akasa—the Black Egg

CXCI.
The Four Noble Truths (Buddhism)
11 23 31 32 bis 31 bis

Sorrow’s Cause Sorrow’s Ceasing Noble Eight-fold Path Sorrow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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LXXVII.
The Planets and their Numbers. # 8 = $ & % ! ' 9 7 4 5 6 3

LXXVIII.
Intelligences of the Planets.

CXCIV
(transliteration)

12 13 14 21 27 30 32

(260) layryt Tiriel Malkah Be Tarshishim va A’ad Be Ruah (3321) \yqhc hwrb duw \ycycrtb aklm Shehaqim. (49) laygh Hagiel (136) lypwy Yophiel (325) layparg Graphiel (111) laykn Nakhiel (45) layga Agiel

12 13 14 21 27 30 32

LXXX. Olympic (transliteration) Planetary Spirits. (2080) trtrtpt Taphthartharath Ophiel (369) yadwmcj Chasmodai Phul (175) lamdq Qedemel Hagith (136) lamsh Hismael Bethor (325) labxrb Bartzabel Phaleg (666) trws Sorath Och (45) lazz Zazel Arathron
Spirits of the Planets.*

LXXIX.

CXCIII.

LXXXI.
Metals. Mercury Silver Copper Tin Iron Gold Lead

LXXXII.
The Noble Eightfold Path. Samma Vaca Samma Sankappo Samma Kammanto Samma Ajivo Samma Vayamo Samma Samadhi Samma Sati and Samaditthi

CXCII.
English of Col. LXXXII
12 13 14 21 27 30 32

LXXXIII.
The Attribution of the Hexagram. Left Lower Point Bottom Point Right Lower Point Right Upper Point Left Lower Point Centre Point Top Point

Right Speech Right Aspiration Right Conduct Right Discipline Right Energy Right Rapture Right Recollection (in both senses of the word). Right View-Point.

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TABLE III LXXXIV. LXXXV. LXXXVI. LXXXVII.

Divine Choirs of Angels in Names of Angels of Briah. Palaces of Briah. Briah. Briah. 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 lawhy Yehuel \yprc Seraphim Hekel Qadosh la \ycdq cwdq lkyh 2 lapr Raphael \ynpwa Auphanim Qadeshim 3 laybwrk Kerubiel \ybwrk Kerubim 4 ( sic ) xpxm layqdx Tzadqiel \ynnyc Shinanim hbha lkyh H. Ahbah 5 dwhy cycrt Tharshish \ycicrt Tharshishim twkz lkyh H. Zakoth 6 hwhy * }wrttm Metatron \ylmcj Chashmalim }wxr lkyh H. Ratzon 7 \yhla laysw Usiel \yklm Malakim \ymc \xu lkyh H. Etzem Shamaim 8 {pxm laynsh Hisniel \yhla ynb Beni Elohim hnwg lkyh H. Gonah 9 * lawhy Yehuel \ycy Ishim H. Lebanath haynda-la rypsh tnbl .h Saphir 10 lakim Michael \ylara Aralim

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LXXXVIII.

LXXXIX.*

XC.

XCI.
The Saints or Adepts of the Hebrews . . . . . . . . . . Messias filius David Mosheh Enoch Abraham Jacob Elijah Mosheh Aaron Joseph (Justus) David, Elisha

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

The 42-fold Name The Revolutions Translation of Col. LXXXVII. which revolves in the of hyha in Briah Palaces of Yetzirah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hyha ba Palace of the Holy of Holies yhha yg hhya xf P. of Love ayhh }fcurq P. of Merit yahh ckydgk P. of Benevolence yhah gtxrmb P. of the Substance of Heaven hyah unmmqh P. of Serenity hayh qzplgy hhay yqc Palace of Crystalline ahhy Whiteness hahy tyu ydc la

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XCII.
The Angelic Functions in the World of Yetzirah.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

XCIII.
The Heavens of Assiah.

XCIV.
English of Palaces (Col. XCIII).

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Above it stood the seraphim: six wings Six wings One : with two he covered his faces: and with two he covered his feet and with two he was flying. And one cried to the other and said: Holy, holy, holy, Lord of Hosts, the whole earth is full of his glory. twbru Araboth }wkm }wum lwbz \yqjc uyqr \ymc }wlyw lbt Makhon Maon Zebul Shechaqim Raquia Tebel Vilon Shamaim Plain Emplacement Residence Dwelling Clouds Firmament Veil of the vault of heaven

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TABLE IV XCV.
Contents of Col. XCIV.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

XCVI.*
The Revolutions of hwhy in Yetzirah. . . . . . . . hwhy whhy hhwy hywh ywhh wyhh whyh yhwh hyhw hhyw yhhw hwhy la

XCVII.
Parts of the Soul. . . . . . . . . hdyjy Yechidah hyj Chiah hmcn Neshamah

XCVIII.
English of Col. XCVII.. . . . . . . . . . The Self The Life Force The Intuition

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blessings, all good things Snow, rain, spirit of life, blessings Angels singing in Divine Presence Altar, Mikhael offering souls of just Millstones where manna for just is ground for future Sol, Luna, planets, stars, and 10 spheres Has no use. Follow 390 heavens, 18,000 worlds, Earth, Eden and Hell.

jwr Ruach

The Intellect

cpn Nephesh

The Animal Soul, which perceives and feeds.

XCIX.*
Archangels of Assiah.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C.*
Angels of Assiah.

CI.
English of Col. C.

CII.*

The Revolutions of Adonai in Assiah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . }wrffm Metatron cdqh twyj Chaioth ha-Qadosh Holy living creatures ynda layxr Ratziel \ynpwa Auphanim Wheels nyda layqpx Tzaphkiel \ylara Aralim Active ones, thrones dyna layqdx Tzadkiel \ylmcj Chashmalim Brilliant ones dnya lamk Kamael \yprc Seraphim Fiery serpents ndya lapr Raphael \yklm Malakim Kings aynd laynah Haniel \yhla Elohim Gods yand lakim Mikael \yhla ynb Beni Elohim Sons of God anid layrbg Gabriel \ybrk Kerubim Angels of elements nayd }wpldns Sandalphon \yca Ashim Flames ynad ( }wrffm) (Metatron) nyad ynda la

CIII.*
The Ten Divisions of the Body of God.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CIV.

CV.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Skull Right brain Left brain Right arm Left arm The whole body from the throat to the holy member Right left Left leg Sign of the holy covenant Crown which is in Yesod

The Ten Earths in English of Col. CIV. Seven Palaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . {ra Aretz hmda ayg hycn hyx aqra lbt dlj Adamah Gia Neshiah Tziah Arqa Tebhel Cheled Earth (dry) Red earth Undulating ground Pasture Sandy earth Earth Wet earth

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES CVI. * CVII. CVIII.* The Ten Hells in Seven Translation of Some Princes of Palaces. Hells. the Qliphoth. 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Satan and Moloch lwac Sheol Grave 2 * lams 3 \ynwnz tca 4 }wdba Abaddon Perdition Lucifuge 5 tjcrab Bar Shachath Clay of Death \wrtca 6 }wyhfyf Titahion Pit of Destruction Belphegor awyj 7 twmyruc Shaarimoth Gates of Death yadmca 8 twmla Tzelmoth Shadow of Death Adramelek laylb 9 tylyl \nhyg Gehinnom Hell 10 hmun CIX.*
The Kings of Edom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bbwy of hrxb Jobab of Bozrah ynmyt mch Husham of Temani tywu ddh Hadad of Avith hqrcm hlmnc Samlah of Masrekah tybhr lwac Saul of Reheboth }nh lub Baal-Hannan wup rdh Hadar of Pau . . . .

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CIX. (continued)*
The Dukes of Edom.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CX.
Elements and Quarters (Sepher Yetzirah). . . . . . . . . . . . \yyj \yhla hwr Air Water and Earth Fire Height Depth East West South North

CXI.
Sephirothic Colours (Dr. Jellinek). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concealed Light Sky Blue Yellow White Red White-red Whitish-red Reddish-white White-red-whitsh-red-reddish-white The Light reflecting all colours

. . . .

. . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hmbylha hla }kyp znq }myt laydgm and rxbm \ryu

. . . .

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Aholibamah Elah Pinon Kenaz Teman Mibzar and Magdiel Eram

CXII.
Alchemical Tree of Life (i.).

CXIII.
Alchemical Metals (ii.).

CXIV.

CXV.*

Passwords of the Officers in a Masonic Grades. Lodge. 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Metallic Radix. Silence * H
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

F G
= ! % & $ # Mercurius Philosophorum

' % = ! %

I J
# Medicina Metallorum

(3) ba (6) bd (10) fa (15) hy (21) hyha (28) jk

Past Master Worshipful Master Senior Warden Junion Warden Senior Deacon

(36) hla Junior Deacon (45) hm Inner Guard (55) hn Tyler and Candidate

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TABLE IV CXVI.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Aib 7 8 9 Hati 10 Kheibt, Khat, Tet, Sahu

CXVII.
The Soul (Hindu). . . . . . . . . Atma Buddhi Higher Manas

CXVIII.
The Chakkras or Centres of Prana (Hinduism). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sahasrara (above Head) Ajna (Pineal Gland) Visuddhi (Larynx)

CXIX.
The Ten Fetters (Buddhism). . . . . . . . . . . . Aruparga Vikkikika Rupraga Silabata Paramesa Patigha Udakkha Mano Sakkya-ditti Kama Avigga

Egyptian Attribution of Parts of the Soul. Hammemit Kha, or Yekh Khai, or Ka Ba, or Baie

Lower Manas Anahata (heart) Kama Prana Linga Sharira Sthula Sharira Manipura (Solar Plexus) Svadistthana (Navel) Muladhara (Lingam and Anus)

CXX.
Magical Images of the Sephiroth.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Ancient bearded king seen in profile 2 Almost any male image shows some

CXXI.*
The Grades of the Order. 08=0° 10°=18 Ipsissimus 9°=28 Magus 8°=38 Magister Templi 6°=58 Adeptus Major 5°=68 Adeptus Minor 4°=78 Philosophus 1st Order 3°=88 Practicus 2°=98 Theoricus 1°=108 Zelator 0°=08 Neophyte 2nd Order 7°=48 Adeptus Exemptus 3rd Order

CXXII.
The Ten Plagues of Egypt. . . . . . . . . . . Death of First-born Locusts Darkness Hail and Fire Boils Murrain Flies Lice Frogs Water turned to Blood

aspect of Chokmah. aspect of Binah

3 Almost any female image shows some 4 A mighty crowned and enthroned king 5 A mighty warrior in his chariot, armed and crowned 6 A majestic king, a child, a crucified god 7 A beautiful naked woman 8 An Hermaphrodite 9 A beautiful naked man, very strong 10 A young woman crowned and veiled

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CXXIII.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CXXIV.

English of Col. VIII., The Heavenly Lines 1-10 Hexagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dual contending Forces & Hinderers # Concealers = [' Daath] Breakers in Pieces % Burners $ Disputers ! Dispersing Ravens Deceivers Obscene Ones The Evil Woman or (simply) The Woman

CXXV.* CXXVI. CXXVII.* Seven Hells Seven Heavens of the Their Inhabitants. of the Arabs. Arabs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Háwiyah Jahim Sakar Sa’ir Hutamah Laza Hypocrites Pagans or Idolaters Guebres Sabians Jews Christians Moslems Dar al-Jalai Dar as-Salam Jannat al-Maawa Jannat al-Khuld Jannat al-Naim Jannat al-Firdaus Jannat al-’adn or al-Karar

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

CXXVIII.
Meaning of Col. CXXVII.

CXXIX.

CXXX.
Pairs of Angels ruling Cups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lauya hywbj lahar hymby layyh hymwm hywwl hylhp lakln layyy lshlm hywhj hylww hyhly hylas layru hylcu lahym

CXXXI.
Pairs of Angels ruling Swords. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lalzy lahbm layrh hymqh hywal laylk layna hymuj lauhr lazyy lahhh lakym labmw lahhy lawnu layjm hybmd laqnm

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Pairs of Angels ruling Wands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . House of Glory, made of pearls lawhw laynd hycjh hymmu House of Rest or Peace, made of rubies and jacinths laann latyn Garden of Mansions, made of yellow copper yawhw layly Garden of Eternity, made of yellow coral lafys hymlu Garden of Delights, made of white diamond hychm lahll Garden of Paradise, made of red gold hyhtn hyaah latry hyhac Garden of Eden, or Everlasting Abode, made of red pearls or pure musk layyr lamwa

CXXXII.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Pairs of Angels ruling Coins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . labkl hyrcw hywjy hyjhl hyqwh ladnm hyhbm laywp hymmn lalyy lajrh larxm hyaka layhk layzh hydla hywal hyuhh

CXXXIII.* Titles and Attributions of the Wand Suit [Clubs] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Fire % in a The Lord of Dominion ! a Established Strength [Virtue] $ a Perfected Work [Completion] ' e Strife * & e Victory % e Valour # i Swiftness = i Great Strength [Strength] ' i Oppression CXXXV.

CXXXIV.
Titles and Attributions of the Cup or Chalice Suit [Hearts] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Water $ in d The Lord of Love # d Abundance = d Blended Pleasure [Luxury] % h Loss in Pleasure [Disappointment] ! h Pleasure $ h Illusionary Success [Debauch] ' l Abandoned Success [Indolence] & l Material Happiness [Happiness] % l Perfected Success [Satiety]

CXXXVI.
Titles and Attributions of the Coin, Disc or Pantacle Suit [Diamonds] .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Earth & in j The Lord of Harmonious Change [Change] % j Material Works [Works] ! j Earthly Power [Power] # b Material Trouble [Worry] = b Material Success [Success] ' b Success Unfulfilled [Failure] ! f Prudence $ f Material Gain [Gain] # f Wealth

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Titles and Attributions of the Sword Suit [Spades] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Air = in g The Lord of Peace Restored [Peace] ' g Sorrow & g Rest from Strife [Truce] $ k Defeat # k Earned Success [Science] = k Unstable Effort [Futility] & c Shortened Force [Interference] % c Despair and Cruelty [Cruelty] ! c Ruin

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TABLE V CXXXVII.
Signs of the Zodiac.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

CXXXVIII.*
Planets ruling Col. CXXXVII. % $ # = ! # $ % & ' ' &

CXXXIX.
Planets exalted in Col. CXXXVII. ! = < & ( # ' * > % ) $

CXL.
Twelve Banners of the Name h w h y w h h y h h w y y h w h h y w h y w h h h y h w y h h w h h y w w h y h h w y h w y h h

CXLI
The Twelve Tribes. dg \yarpa hcnm rkccy hdwdy yltpn rca }d }mynb }lwbz }bwar }wumc Gad Ephraim Manesseh Issachar Judah Napthali Asshur Dan Benjamin Zebulon Reuben Simeon

a b c d e f g h i j k l

CXLII.

CXLIII.

CXXXIX.

CXL.
Angel Lords of the Triplicity in the Signs by Night ywafups Sapatavi tfwf Totath }umrngu Ogameron laku Akel tyhrblz Zalberhith ayss Sasia }wardwja Achodraon bnqhs Sahaqanab \ymrbl Lebarmin rywla Aloyar }walp Polayan lanyrwdtn Nathdorinel

15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

Angel Lords of the Twelve Lesser Assistant Triplicity in the Signs by Angels ruling Houses. Angels in the Signs Day laya Ayel layhrc Sharhiel }turfs Sateraton lawf Toel layzra Araziel ladyar Rayel layg Giel layars Sarayel crus Sarash lauk Kael laykp Pakiel rdur Raadar lawu Oel layfrc Sharatiel \hns Sanahem layw Veyel laytlc Shelathiel arlsl Laslara lahy Yahel layqdj Chedeqiel }wbgrt Thergebon lwsws Susul layxyas Saitziel }wjtb Bethehon lasuyws Suyasel layfyrs Saritiel zwha Ahoz hyuynck Kashenyaiah layqmc Samqiel yuldns Sandali lawsna Ansuel layqmkx Tzakmiqiel rwtu Athor laycp Pasiel laybkw Vakabiel armr Ramara

CXLVI.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

CXLVII.
Angels of the Decantes (Succedent). ymhhb Behahemi yarjnm Minacharai yndhc Shehadani {dhr Rahadetz yujz Zachi hydyar Rayadyah {nrhs Saharnatz rhwdnn Nundohar }yrhw Vehrin hysysy Yasyasyah }wrdba Abdaron }wrwa Avron

CXLVIII.
Angels of the Decantes (Cadent). rdnfs Satonder {wngsky Yakasaganotz }wtyb Bethon ryknyla Alinkir rbyhs Sahiber rpcm Mishpar rdjc Shachdar laydwrtw Uthrodiel ahwba Aboha laydwrbydgsy Yasgedibarodiel laydwrg Gerodiel [yrfs Satrip

Angels of the Decantes (Ascendant). rzz Zazer ydmdk Kadamidi crgs Sagarash cwartm Mathravash rhnswl Losanahar hrwanna Ananaurah ynsrf Tarasni {wmk Kamotz tarcm Mishrath }wnsm Misnim mpss Saspam ymlhb Bihelami

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES CXLIX.
Magical Images of the Decans (Ascendant).
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CL.
Magical Images of the Decans (Succedent).

A tall, dark, restless man, with keen flame- A green-clad woman, with one left bare from the coloured eyes, bearing a sword. ankle to the knee. A woman with long and beautiful hair, clad in A man of like figure (to the ascendant), with 16 flame-coloured robes cloven hoofs like an ox. An eagle-headed man, with a bow and arrow. 17 A beautiful woman with her two horses Wears crowned steel helmet. A man with distorted face and hards, a horse’s A beautiful woman wreathed with myrtle. She 18 body, white feet, and a girdle of leaves holds a lyre and sings of love and gladness. A man in sordid raiment, with him a nobleman on A man crowned with a white myrtle wreath, 19 horseback, accompanied by bears and dogs holding a bow A virgin clad in linen, with an apple or pome- Tall, fair, large man, with him a woman holding a 20 granate large black oil jar A dark man, in his right hand a spear and laurel A man, dark, yet delicious of countenance 22 branch and in his left a book A man with a lance in his right hand, in his left a 24 A man riding a camel, with a scorpion in his hand human head A man leading cows, and before him an ape and 25 A man with 3 bodies—1 black, 1 red, 1 white bear A man holding in his right hand a javelin and in his 26 A man with an ape running before him left a lapwing. A man arrayed like a king, looking with pride and 28 A man with bowed head and a bag in his hand. conceit on all around him.
29 A man with two bodies, but joining their hand.

A grave man pointing to the sky.

CLI.
Magical Images of the Decans (Cadent).

CLII.

CLIII.

CLIV.
Perfumes (Cadent). Black Pepper Cassia Cypress Anise

Perfumes Perfumes (Ascendant). (Succedent). Stammonia Codamorns Cinnamon Succum

A restless man in scarlet robes, with golden bracelets on 15 Myrtle his hands and arms A swarthy man with white lashes, his body elephantine 16 Costum with long legs; with him, a horse, a stag, and a calf
17 A man in mail, armoured with bow, arrows, and quiver

Mastick

A swift-footed person, with a viper in his hand, leading 18 Camphor dogs
19 A swarthy hairy man, with a drawn sword and shield 20 An old man leaning on a staff and wrapped in a mantle 22 A man riding on an ass, preceded by a wolf 24 A horse and a wolf 25 A man leading another by his hair and slaying him 26 A man holding a book which he opens and shuts

Olibanum Santal Flav Galbanum Opoponax Lign-aloes Assafœtida

Lyn Balsami Muces Muscator Srorus Bofor [?] As for Asc. Foi Lori Mastick Mortum As for Asc. Gaxisphilium

Colophonum Cubel Pepper Rhubarb Santal Alb

A small-headed man dressed like a woman, and with 28 Euphorbium Stammonia him an old man A man of grave and thoughtful face, with a bird in his 29 Thyme Coxium hand, before him a woman and an ass

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TABLE V (continued) CLV.
15 16 17

CLVI.
Magical Images of Col. CLV.

Goetic Demons of Decans by Day (Ascendant). 1 ! lab Bael 4 = }ygymg Gamigina 7

18 10 19 13 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

16 19 22 25 28 31 34

Cat, toad, man, or all at once. Little horse or ass. (1) Wolf with serpent’s tail. (2) Man with dog’s teeth and = }wma Amon raven’s head. # rawb Buer Probably a centaur or archer. Rider on pale horse, with many musicians. [Flaming and ! talb Beleth poisonous breath] $ rpaz Zepar A soldier in red apparel and armour. $ cwlac Sallos Solider with ducal crown riding a crocodile. % cwpy Ipos Angel with lion’s head, goose’s feet, horse’s tail. % and # lwblsalg Glasya-Labolas A dog with a gryphon’s wings. $ tyrb Berith Gold-crowned soldier in red on a red horse. Bad breath. # carwp Foras A strong man in human shape. % rwprwp Furfur (1) Hart with fiery tail. (2) Angel.

CLVII.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22

CLVIII.
Magical Images of Col. CLVII. Old man, riding a crocodile and carrying a goshawk. Great Lion. Accompanied by 4 noble kings and great troops. “Like a Xenopilus” An archer in green Viper (or) Human, with teeth and 2 horns, and with a sword. Lion-faced man riding a bear, carrying a viper. Trumpeter with him. Man with 3 heads—a serpent’s, a man’s (having two stars on his Aim brow), and a calf’s. Rides on viper and bears firebrand). Bimé Dragon with 3 heads—a dog’s, man’s, and gryphon’s. Hurtful angel or infernal dragon, like Berot, with a viper [breath Asteroth bad]. 3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, goose’s feet. Rides, with Asmoday lance and banner, on a dragon. Marchosias Wolf with a gryphon’s wings and serpent’s tail. Breathes flames.

Goetic Demons of Decans by Day (Succedent). 2 $ raga Agares 5 # bram Marbas 8 $ cwfbrb Barbatos 11 $ }wyswg Gusion 14 = ]yarl Leraikha 17 % and # cyfwb Botis 20 ! }wcrwp Purson $ $ $ ! = \ya \yb twrtca yadmsa cwjrm

24 23 25 26 26 29 28 32 29 35

CLIX.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

CLX.
Magical Images of Col. CLIX. Like Agares. Lion with ass’s head, bellowing Crowned king on dromedary, accompanied by many musicians. Leapard’s head and gryphon’s wings. A knight with a lance and banner, with a serpent. A strong man with a serpent’s tail, on a pale horse. Human-faced bull. A black crane with a sore throat—he flutters. A monster [probably a dolphin]. Sea monster. Like a guide. To be kings. Raven.

Goetic Demons of Decans by Day (Cadent). 3 & wgacw Vassago 6 $ rplaw Valefor 9 ! }wmyap Paimon 12 & yrfyc Sitri 15 $ cwgyla Eligos 18 $ }ytab Bathin 21 % and # {aram Marax 24 = rbn Naberius 27 % and = wwnyr Ronove 30 = canrwp Forneus 33 # [ug Gaap 36 & cwlwfcy Stolas

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES CLXI.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

CLXII.
Magical Images of Col. CLXI. Child-voices phœnix. Crow. Soldier with lion’s head rides pale horse. Monster. Angel. Soldier with red leonine face and flaming eyes; rides great horse. Horse. Flaming fire. Bull with gryphon’s wings. Leopard. (1) Unicorn. (2) Dilatory bandmaster. Beautiful man on winged horse.

37 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70

Goetic Demons &c. by Night (Ascendant). = {nap Phenex % \war Raum = ]wnbc Sabnock % wrpyb Bifrons $ lkwrk Crocell $ ]wla Alloces & bwarwa Orobas # }wa Amy ! and # }gaz Zagan $ rwah Haures $ ]wdma Amdusias & rac Seere

CLXIII.
38 41 44 47 19 50
15 16 17 18 20 53 22 56 24 59 25 62 26 65 28 68

CLXIV.
Magical Images of Col. CLXIII. Stock-dove with sore throat. Man with gryphon’s wings. Stcck-dove with sore throat. Dromedary. Cruel ancient, with long white hair and beard, rides a pale horse, with sharp weapons. (1) Thrush. (2) Man with sharp sword seemeth to answer in burning ashes or coals of fire. Beautiful woman, with duchess’ crown tied to her waist, riding great camel. Lion on horse, with serpent’s tail, carries in right hand two hissing serpents. Child with angel’s wings rides a two-headed dragon Noisy peacock. Two beautiful angels sitting in chariot of fire. Man with many countenances, all men’s and women’s, carries a book in right hand.

Goetic Demons &c. by Night (Succedent). % [lah Halphas $ rwlkwp Focalor = {c Shax $ lawa Uvall $ # $ = # = ! $ ]wp Furcas }yak Camio rwmg Gamori {ayrw Oriax law Volac [lardna Andrealphas laylb Belial lafnd Dantalion

29 71

CLXV.
15 16 17 18

CLXVI.
Magical Images of Col. CLXV. Crow with sore throat. Mermaid. Lion on black horse carrying viper. Bull with gryphon’s wings. 3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, flaming eyes. Rides bear, Balam carries goshawk. Murmur Warrior with ducal crown rides gryphon. Trumpeters. Oso Leopard. Napula Lion with gryphon’s wings. Andras Angel with raven’s head. Rides black wolf, carries sharp sword. Kimaris Warrior on black horse. Decarabia A star in a pentacle. Andromalius Man holding great serpent.

39 42 45 48

Goetic Demons &c. by Night (Cadent). # [lam Malphas $ rapw Vepar $ and ! anyw Viné # tnguh Haagenti ! \lub

19 51 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

54 $ and % \rwm 57 # wcw 60 $ lwpn 63 = rdna 66 = rwamyk 69 = barwakd 72 % lamwrdna

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Egyptian Gods of Zodiac (Asc. Decans). Aroueris Serapis Taautus Apoltun Typhon Isis Zeuda Arimanius Tolmophta Soda Brondeus Rephan

CLXVIII.
Egyptian Names of Asc. Decans Assicean Asicath Thesogar Sothis Aphruimis Thumis Serucuth Sentacer Eregbuo Themeso Oroasoer Archatapias

CLXIX.

CLXX.

CLXXI.

CLXXII.

As Col. CLXVII As Col. CXVIII As Col. CXLVII As Col. CXLVIII (Succedent) (Succendent). (Cadent) (Cadent) Anubis Helitomenos Cyclops Hecate Perseus Pi-Osiris Omphta Merota Tomras Riruphta Vucula Sourut Lencher Virvaso Verasua Syth Sitlacer Thoptius Aterechinis Tepiseuth Sagen Epima Astiro Thopibui Horus Apophis Titan Mercophta Nephthe Panotragus Ophionius Panotragus Zeraph Monuphta Proteus Phallophorus Asentacer Aharph Tepistosoa Thuismis Phuonidie Aphut Arepien Senciner Chenen Homoth Tepisatras Atembui

15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

CLXXIII.*
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 29

Genii of the Twelve Hours (Levi). Papus, Sinbuck, Rasphuia, Zahun, Heiglot, Mizkun, Haven Sisera, Torvatus, Nitibus, Hizarbin, Sachluph, Baglis, Laberzerin Hahabi, Phlogabitus, Eirneus, Mascarun, Zarobi, Butatar, Cahor Phalgus, Thagrinus, Eistibus, Pharzuph, Sislau, Schiekron, Aclahayr Zeirna, Tablibik, Tacritau, Suphlatus, Sair, Barcus, Camaysar Tabris, Susabo, Eirnils, Nitika, Haatan, Hatiphas, Zaren Sialul, Sabrus, Librabis, Mizgitari, Causub, Salilus, Jazar Nantur, Toglas, Zalburis, Alphun, Tukiphat, Zizuph, Cuniali Risnuch, Suclagus, Kirtabus, Schachlil, Colopatiron, Zeffar Sezarbil, Azeph, Armilus, Kataris, Razanil, Bucaphi, Mastho Æglun, Zuphlas, Phaldor, Rosabis, Adjuchas, Zophas, Halacho Tarab, Misran, Labus, Kalab, Hahab, Marnes, Sellen

CLXXIV.
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25

a b c d e f g h i

26 j 28 k 29

The Mansions of the Moon. [Hindu, Nakshatra] Arab, Manazil. Sharatan (Ram’s head), Butayn (Ram’s belly), and 0°-10° Suraya (the Pleiads) 10°-30° Suraya. Dabaran (Alldeboran), and 0°-20° Hak’ah (three stars in head of Orion) 20°-30° Hak’ah, Han’ah (stars in Orion’s shoulder), and Zira’a (two stars above c) Nasrah (Lion’s nose), Tarf (Lion’s eye) and 0°-10° Jabhah (Lion’s forehead) 10°-30° Jabhah, Zubrah (Lion’s mane), and 0°-20° Sarfah (Cor Leonis) 20°-30° Sarfah, ’Awwa (the Dog, two stars in f), and Simak (Spica Virginis) Gafar (f, i, and k in foot of f), Zubáni (horns of h), and 0°-10° Iklil (the Crown) 10°-30° Iklil, Kalb (Cor Scorpionis), and 0°-20° Shaulah (tail of h) 20°-30° Shaulah, Na’aim (stars in Pegasus), and Baldah (no constellation) Sa’ad al-Zábih (the Slaughterer’s Luck), Sa’ad al-Bal’a (Glutton’s Luck), and 0°-10° Sa’ad al Sa’ad (Luck of Lucks, stars in k) 10°-30° Sa’ad al-Sa’ad, Sa;ad al-Akhbiyah (Luck of Tents), and 0°-20° Fargh the former (spout of the Urn)

l 20°-30° Fargh the former, Fargh the latter (hind lip of Urn), and Risháa (navel of Fish’s belly)

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CLXXV.
Hebrew Letters.
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

CLXXVI.
Numerical Value of Col. CLXXV. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 500 30 40 600 50 700 60 70 80 800 90 900 100 200 300 400 400 300

CLXXVII.*
Yetziratic Attribution of Col. CLXXV. D # = $ a b c d e f & g C h i j % k l ! B ' E A

CLXXVII.*
Geomantic Intelligences. . . . . . . lapr layrbg lana ladyklm ladwmsa layrbma layrwm laykrw laylmh layjs layrwz . . . . . . laykrb laykwda lanh lamz layrbmak layxynma lakim . . . . . . layck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raphael Gabriel Anael Melchiadel Asmodel Ambriel Muriel Verachiel Hamaliel Sachiel Zuriel . . . . . Barachiel Advachiel Hanael Zamael Cambriel Amnitziel Michael . . . . . Cassiel . . . . . . . . . .

CLXXIX.
Numbers printed on Tarot Trumps 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11 9 10 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

a b g d h w z j f y k ] l m \ n } s u p [ x { q r c t t c

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CLXXX.
Title of Tarot Trumps.
11 12 13 14 15

CLXXXI.
Correct Design of Tarot Trumps. A bearded Ancient seen in profile * A fair youth with winged helment and heels, equipped as a Magician, displays his art * A crowned priestess sits before the veil of Isis between the Pillars of Seth * Crowned with stars, a winged goddess stands upon the moon *

The Spirit of Aiqhr. The Magus of Power. The Priestess of the Silver Star. The Daughter of the Mighty Ones.

The Son of the Morning, chief among the A flame-clad god bearing equivalent symbols * Mighty.

Between the Pillars sits an Ancient * The Children of the Voice: the Oracle of the 17 A prophet, young, and in the Sign of Osiris Risen * Mighty Gods. The Child of the Powers of the Waters: the 18 A young and holy king under the starry canopy * Lord of the Triumph of Light. A smiling woman holds the open jaws of a fierce 19 The Daughter of the Flaming Sword. and powerful lion The Prophet of the Eternal, the Magus of the Wrapped in a cloke and cowl, an Ancient walketh, 20 bearing a lamp and staff * Voice of Power.. A wheel of six shafts, whereon revolve the Triad of 21 The Lord of the Forces of Life. Hermanubis, Sphinx, and Typhon * The Daughter of the Lords of Truth. The A conventional figure of Justice with scales and 22 Ruler of the Balance. balances
23

16 The Magus of the Eternal.

The Spirit of the Mighty Waters. The Child of the Great Transformers. The 24 Lord of the Gate of Death. The Daughter of the Reconcilers, the 25 Bringer-Forth of Life. The Lord of the Gates of Matter. The Child 26 of the Forces of Time.
27

The figure of an hanged or crucified man * A skeleton with a scythe mowing men. The scythe handle is a Tau. The figure of Diana huntress * The figure of Pan or Priapus *

The Lord of the Hosts of the Mighty. A tower struck by forked lightning * The Daughter of the Firmament. The 28 The figure of a water-nymph disporting herself * Dweller between the Waters. The Ruler of Flux and Reflux. The Child of 29 The waning moon * the Sons of the Mighty. The Lord of the Fire of the World. The Spirit of the Primal Fire. The Sun * Israfel blowing the Last Trumpet. The dead arising from their tombs * Should contain a demonstration of the Quadrature of the Circle * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

The Great One of the Night of Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CLXXXII.
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 32 bis 31 bis

CLXXXIII.
Legendary Orders of Being. Sylphs “Voices,” Witches and Wizards Lemures, Ghosts Succubi Mania, Erinyes [Euminides] Gorgons, Minotaurs Ominous Appearances, Banshees Vampires Horror, Dragons Mermaids (and l, its Zodiacal Opposite), Banshees Incubi, Nightmares Fairies, Harpies Nymphs and Undines, Nereids, &c. Lamiæ, Stryges, Witches Centaurs Satyrs and Fauns, Panic-demons Furies, Chimæras, Boars (as in Calydon), &c. Water Nymphs, Sirens, Lorelei, Mermaids (cf. f) Phantoms, Were-wolves Will o’ the Wisp Salamanders Ghuls, Larvæ, Corpse Candles The Dweller of the Threshold, Gnomes [Socratic Genius]

The Human Body. Respiratory Organs Cerebral and Nervous Systems Lymphatic Systems Genital System Head and Face Shoulders and Arms Lungs Stomach Heart The Back Digestive System Liver Organs of Nutrition Intestines Hips and Thighs Genital System Muscular System Kidneys, Bladder, &c. Legs and Feet Circulatory System Organs of Circulation Excretory System Excretory Organs, Skeleton Organs of Intelligence

Editorial Note: The Atus of Thoth
Liber AL, cap. I, v. 57 includes the statement: “All these old letters of my Book are aright: but x is not the Star. This also is secret: my prophet shall reveal it to the wise.” In Crowley’s ‘New Comment’ on this verse, he observes: I see no harm in revealing the mystery of Tzaddi to ‘the wise’; others will hardly understand my explanations. Tzaddi is the letter of The Emperor, the Trump IV, and He is the Star, the Trump XVII. Aquarius and Aries are therefore counterchanged, revolving on the pivot of Pisces, just as, in the Trumps VIII and XI, Leo and Libra do about Virgo. This last revelation makes our Tarot attributions sublimely, perfectly, flawlessly symmetrical. The fact of its so doing is a most convincing proof of the superhuman Wisdom of the author of this Book to those who have laboured for years, in vain, to elucidate the problems of the Tarot. This substituted attribution is alluded to in various places in Liber Aleph and Magick in Theory and Practice, but was not spelt out in full in published writings until The Book of Thoth. The tables from 777 are based on the old Golden Dawn attributions; to work with the reversed attributions, lines 15 and 28 should be exchanged on all columns based on the Zodiac or Tarot (i.e., VI-VIII, XI, XIV-XX, XXII-XLVII, XLIX, CXXXVII-CLXXIV, CLXXVII-CLXXXIII and CLXXXVI), not all columns throughout as the editors of 777 Revised state – T.S.

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COL. II: 0-10 are the names of the Numbers or LINE 6.—Tiphereth has these additional titles:— Emanations; 11-32 the Letters spelt in full. }ypna ryuz Lesser Countenance. LINE 1.—Some of the common titles of Kether are:—
twcp hdqn lz tt hnwcar hdqn hdwwh acyr }ma alpwm rwa alp hlum \wr }ypna ]yra \ypa ]yra }ymwy hyha rca hyha }yqytud aqytu acydq aqytu fwcp rwa }yrmfd hrymf acyr ymynp rwa }wylu awh ald acyr The Small Point. The Profuse Giver. The Primordial Point. The White Head. Amen. The Hidden Light. The Hidden Wonder. Inscrutable Height. Long of Nose. Long of Face. The Ancient of Days. Existence of Existences. Ancient of Ancient Ones. Holy Ancient One. The Simple Light. Concealed of the Concealed The Head The Inner Light The Most High He. The Head which is Not. ]lm }ypna ryuc \da }b cya \wnakc King. Seir Anpin. Adam. The Son. The Man. Spare Angels.

LINE 9.—Jesod has this additional title:—
\lwu-dwsy-qydx The Righteous is the Foundation of the World.

LINE 10.—Malkuth has these titles (among others):—
ruc The Gate (by Temurah, rcu = 10).2 y The Gate (Chaldee). which has the same number (671) as ynda in full— dwy }wn tld [la Also— Gates of ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” Gate of ” ” Also— Inferior Mother— The Daughter. The Queen. The Bride. The Virgin. Death. Shadow of Death. Tears. Justice. Prayer. Daughter of Mighty Ones. Garden of Eden.

[Also name of seven inferiors!]

LINE 2.—Chokmah has additional titles:—
hmjk Power of Yetzirah.1 y of Tetragrammaton. ba aba

It has also the Divine Name, hwhy. LINE 3.—Binah has these additional titles:—
ama The dark sterile mother. amya The bright pregnant mother. \yhla Divine Names. \yhla hwhy aysrwk Throne.

hklm hlk hlwtb

}

LINE 4.—Chesed has this additional title:—
hmjk Majesty.

LINE 5.—Geburah has these additional titles:—
}yd Justice. djp Fear.

COL IV.—This column may be equally well symbolized by any single entry, preferably in 0. The Monistic and Nihilistic conceptions are convertible. Hua may be equally named Tao, IAO, Noumenon, and the like. All language on this subject is necessarily feeble and hieroglyphic. It is to name that which by definition has no name. COL. V.—These God-names are the “Grand Words” of the corresponding grades (see Col. CXXI.) except for 5°=6°, whose G.W. is hwchy. The Zodiacal Gods are as for the Sephira, which corresponds to the Planet ruling. Apparently, in the numeration of Azbogah, line 12, only the AZ count.

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That these following are only titles of the COL. XIX.—Urim and Thummim = Auramoth and Thoum Mou, Egyptian Gods. They are One Ineffable Name is shown by Koran xvii. methods of divination by B and E. 110. But monotheism is not true for the normal consciousness, but only for that of the adept. COL. XX., LINE 32.—These Gods preside over [99 names of God in Arabic] the pieces in “Rosicrucian Chess.”5 COL. VI., LINE 31bis.—Essence, cf. a and w. COL. VIII.— D of C of B of LINES 1-10.—Beth Elohim gives a quite different E of ten Qliphoth. E of A of LINE 15.— In the midst of the Zodiacal Qliphoth are D of C of lams [Samael] and yadmsa [Asmodai]. At SE corner, Man, Serpent, and the elder B of Lilith the wife of Samael. At NE corner, the Ox and Ass, and Aggereth the daughter of Machalath. At NW corner, the Scorpion, and }wmisa,3 the Unnameable and hmuk.4 At SW angle, the Lion and Horse, and the younger Lilith the wife of Asmodai. B B B B B B Bishop Queen Knight Pawn Castle King

Ywoum mwou I#haourey Hnwou vw/s Kabexneuf Wauwqi# Vaourw

C Bishop Xoni# ya mwou C Queen Y/wour i# mwog C Knight Ceba qnwou haour i# ya C C C D D D D D D Pawn Castle King Bishop Queen Knight Pawn Castle King Bishop Queen Knight Pawn Castle King

E E E E COL. XI.—The elements, of whose nature the E of E signs of the Zodiac partake, are shown by the A of E symbol against them.

E of E of A of D of C of B of E of E of COL. IX.—The Cup of the Stolistes has its rim A of and 2 and 3 and its foot in 10. The Cadueceus is (easily) placed on the Tree D of and divided into a, m, and c. C of The Waxing Moon in 4; Waning in 5; Full in B of 6. E of

mwou ]wmayv S/weu ya i# Pya qav/n-q/x Zw wan Qnwou ya Peq/] {ou bal Ahevi Yarves# fa qnwouya pe {ouqaouri# Ar/wueri# ?ice# Hwwr Amese] Neuvyuie# ?swwri#

only, not to t as E. COL. XII.—Let 45 be a straight line. On 45 erect the equilateral Bs 451, 459. From 4 and 5 draw LINE 32.—Cfbaquwou straight lines 247, 358 ⊥ 45, and the straight Hnoue. I#tomwou and Ahevi : lines 25 ⊥ 14, 43 ⊥ 15, 48 ⊥ 59, and 57 ⊥ 49, the ]wumatv : Amece] : Kabexnuf6 points 2, 3, 7 and 8 marking the intersections. Join 19, 12, 13, 23, 78, 79, 89. Let 6 be the point COL. XXI.—The perfected Egyptian exlaims, of intersection of 19, 57, 48. On 78 erect an “There is no part of me that is not of the Gods.” equilateral B with its apex away from 1. This column gives the attribution in detail. The Produce 19 to 10, join 7-10, 8-10. Daath is at non-cherubic Zodiac signs are omitted, but the junction of 25, 34. See figure. follow their affinities.

The Pawns refer to t as the House of the Elements

COLS. XV.-XVIII.— COL. XXIII.— Daath—Lavender, Grey-white, Pure violet, Grey flecked gold. Herschel—Silver flecked white. COL. XVI, Line 10.—For D, C, B, and E.

Formless State (F) Sublime State (S) Reflection (R) Kashina (K) Impurity (I) Analysis (A) Perception (P)

= 4 = 4 = 10 = 10 = 10 = 1 = 1 40

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COLS. XXXVIII.-XL.—The vagueness and extent of these attributions is shown in this COL. XLII.—The following table of sub-elemental table from Agrippa,7 who is too catholic to be perfumes is important:— quite trustworthy. A of A Ambergris. Things under the Sun which are called Solary D of A The Gall of the Rukh. C of A Oncha. Among stones— E of A Musk. 1. The Eye of the Sun. 9. Topazius. B of A Civet. 2. Carbuncle. 10. Chrysopassus.
3. Chrysolite. 4. Iris (stone). 5. Heliotrope (stone). 6. Hyacinth (stone). 7. Pyrophylus (stone). 8. Pantaura. Among plants— 1. Marigold. 2. Lote-tree. 3. Peony. 4. Sallendine. 5. Balm. 6. Ginger. 7. Gentian. 8. Dittany. 9. Vervain. 10. Bay-tree. 11. Cedar. 12. Palm-tree. 13. Ash. 14. Ivy. 15. Vine. 16. Mint. Among animals— 1. Lion. 2. Crocodile. 3. Spotted-wolf. 4. Ram. Among birds— 1. Phœnix. 2. Eagle. 3. Vulture. 4. Swan. Among insects— 1. Glow-worm. Among fish— 1. Sea-calf. 2. Shell-fish. 3. Pullus. Among metals— 1. Gold. 11. Rubine. 12. Balagius. 13. Auripigmentum and things of a golden colour.

Tribes, we having chosen Stones on bases of physical analogy to Signs, Colours, &c.

A of D of C of E of B of A of D of C of E of B of A of D of C of E of B of A of D of C of E of B of

D D D D D C C C C C E E E E E B B B B B

Lign-aloes. Galbanum. Mastick. Storax. Olibanum. Myrrh. Camphor. Siamese Benzoin. Indigo. Oppoponax. Dittany of Crete. Assafœ tida. Clover. Storax. Benzoin. Saffron. Lign-aloes. Red-sanders. Red Sandalwood. Olibanum.

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Mastic. Zedoary. Saffron. Balsam. Amber. Musk. Yellow honey. Lignum aloes. Cloves. Cinnamon. Calamus. Aromaticus. Pepper. Frankincense. Sweet marjoram. Libanotis.

5. Boar. 6. Bull. 7. Baboon.

COL. XLIII. and XLIV.—And, generally, all drugs exciting the parts of the body corresponding. See Col. CLXXXII. COL. XLVI.—Each Trigram combines with itself and the others to make 64 Hexagrams, which partake of the combined nature. This attribution is the true key to the Yi King. No sinologist has had any idea of it, but it is obvious enough now that O.M. has solved it. See Appendix I.

5. Cock. 6. Crow. 7. Hawk.

2. Beetle. 4. Star-fish. 5. Strombi. 6. Margar.

COL. XLVII.— LINE 7.—Has a monkey. LINE 19.—Said to have a monkey. COL. XLIX.—The Geomantic Figures of the Planets are those of the signs which they rule. LINES 3-10.

COL. XL.—Aaron’s breastplate is very doubtful; we advise reliance on columns Stones and

q and r

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LINE 15. LINE 17. LINE 18. LINE 19. LINE 20. LINE 24. LINE 26.

p L { m and n s and t w L | L x y

INE 16.

v

COL. C.—Our order of Angelic Choirs is from R. Mosheh ben Maimon. R. Ishmael and the book Pliah prefer:—
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Cherubim. Chasmalim. Chaioth. Aralim. Seraphim. Tarshishim. Auphanim. Auphanim. Aishim. Taphsarim.

INE 22.

o u z

{

INE

25.

And there are many other schemes. COL. CII.—Add Daath, ydna.

COL. CIII.—Add Daath, Cerebrum medium, cuius locus est in parte capitis postica. LINE 29. But these have many other attributions, and each is itself divisible: thus Chesed and See the “Handbook of Geomancy,” The Geburah of Tiphareth are the breasts; Tiphareth Equinox I: 2, p. 137.8 the heart; Netzach and Hod the testicles; Jesod the membrum virile; and Malkuth, the anus. COL. L.—The Catholic “seven deadly sins” in The signs of the Zodiac are variously given, square brackets. and the Planets agree with the face: thus ' and COL. LVII.—Egyptian Quarters. &, the ears; % and $, the nostrils; ! and =, the COLS. LVII., LIX., &c.—Beth Elohim gives:-eyes; and #, the mouth. The hand: thumb, A; Michael, Leo, and South to C and y. 1st finger, D; 2nd, C; 3rd, E; 4th B. These, Gabrial, Bull, and North to B and h. however, vary somewhat.10 Raphael, Man, and West to E and #. COL. CVI.—These Abodes are enclosed in four Uriel, Eagle, and East to D and w. circles: the Waters of Weeping, or Creation, of COL. LXIX.— Oceanus, and the False Sea. Compare the classical four rivers of Hell.11 Sattvas, H In a close Rajas, and F COL. CVIII.—Incomplete and redundant owing analogy Tamas G to unconentrated nature of Qliphoth. COL. LXXIX., LINE 13.— Add (3321) }ttrc tumhcrbdc [Shadbarshehmoth Sharthathan], the Spirt of the Spirits of the Moon. The final } is counted as 700, as are the final \’s in Col. LXXVIII., line 13.9 COL. LXXXV.— LINE 6.—Or lamcj. LINE 9.—Or laynpz. COL. LXXXIX.—Add Daath, ahyh. COL. XCIII., LINE 10.—Contains the Earth. COL. XCVI.—Add Daath, hwyh. COL. XCIX.—Add among Archangels:— Azrael, Angel of Death (n), Israfel, of Last Trump (c). LINE 2.—Three Evil Forms before Samael are: laytmq [Qemetial] laybl [Belial] laytu [Othiel] The Thaumiel, also called Kerethiel COL. CIX.—King ulb son of rwub, Dukes hwlu, unmj, and tty, are all referred to Daath. Edomite Kings and Dukes are taken e libro Maggid. and Gen. 36. COL. CXIV., LINE 1.—I.e., simple breathing without articulation.

LINE 28.

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COL. CXV.—The furniture, &c., is attributed as told in the ritual, here duly h—d , c—d , and n—r r—d .12 COL. CXXI.—Add the “waiting” Grades of “Lord of the Paths in the Portal of the Vault of the Adept” between the 1st and 2nd Orders; and “Babe of the Abyss” between the 2nd and 3rd. COL. CXXV.—Burton gives these upside down. The true attribution is checked by the FireWorshippers (Guebres) in 5. Yet, of course, the Kether Hell may be considered as more awful than the Malkuth. COL. CXXVII.—These and many other (rather far-fetched and irrelevant) attributions of various things are to be found in Burton’s Arabian Nights, in the Tale of Abn al-Husn and his Slave-Girl Tawaddud. COL. CXXXIII.—The symbolic forms and Divination meanings of these cards can be readily constructed from considerations of their natures as here indicated. LINE 5.—This is the First Decan, and begins from Cor Leonis. COL. CXXXVIII.—Astrological symbols are derived from the primary forms—Cross, Crescent, Circle. COL. CLXXIII.—For meaning and special function, see original.13 They should, but do not, accurately refer to the divisions of each sign into 7 planetary parts. Pietro di Abano14 gives:—
THE NAMES OF THE HOURS AND THE ANGELS RULING THEM. The Names of the Hours. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Hours of the day. Yayn Ianor Nasnia Salla Sadedali Thamur Ourer Tamic Neron Iayon Abai Natalon Hours of the night. Beron Barol Thari Athir Mathon Rana Netos Tafrac Sassur Aglo Calerua Salam TABLES OF THE ANGELS OF THE HOURS ACCORDING 15 TO THE COURSE OF THE DAYS Day: Hour 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11. 12. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. ! ! $ # = ' & % ! $ # = ' & % ! $ # = ' & % ! $ # = % # & $ ' ' & % ! $ # = ' & % ! $ # = ' & % ! $ # = ' & %

(Angels of the Hours of the Day) = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & (Angels of the Hours of the Night) $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! = % # & $ ' ! =

[The Angels of the Planets according to pseudoAbano are:— ! = % # & $ ' Michael. Gabriel. Samael. Raphael. Sachiel. Anael. Cassiel.]

Note.—The first hour of the day, of every country, and in every season whatsoever, is to be assigned to the sun-rising, when he first appeareth arising in the horizon. And the first hour of the night is to be the thirteenth hour, form the first hour of the day. THE YEAR16 The Spring: Taloi. The Summer: Casmaran. The Autumn: Adarael. The Winter: Farlas.

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The Angels of the Spring: Carcasa, Core, Amatiel, Commissoros. The Head of the Sign of the Spring: Spugliguel. The Name of the Earth in the Spring: Amadai. The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Spring: The Sun, Abrayen; The Moon, Agusita. The Angels of the Summer: Gargatel, Tariel, Gaviel. The Head of the Sign of the Summer: Tubiel. The Name of the Earth in the Summer: Festatui. The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Summer: The Sun, Athemay; The Moon, Armatas. The Angels of the Autumn: Tarquam, Gualbarel. The Head of the Sign of the Autumn: Torquaret. The Name of the Earth in the Autumn: Rabianira. The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Autumn: The Sun, Abragini; The Moon, Matasignias. The Angels of the Winter: Amabael, Ctarari. The Head of the Sign of the Winter: Altarib. The Name of the Earth in the Winter: Gerenia. The Names of the Su and Moon in the Winter: The Sun, Commutaf; The Moon, Affarterim.

COL. CLXXVII.—Musulman attribution of Planets:— g ' t & p % s ! s and b $ d # r = Note that s and not k is the 7th of the double letters. The Jesuit Kircher17 gives— ' & % ! $ # = p r t b g d k The order of the Planets is that of their apparent rate of motion. By writing them in their order round a heptagon, and tracing the heptagram unicursally, the order of the days of the week is obtained. COL. CLXXVIII.—These intelligences are angelic in nature, but possessing material and even earthly dominion. Hence they preside over the geomantic figures, whose nature indeed expresses their relation to man. COL. CLXXXI. — LINE 11.—He laughs; bearing a sphere containing illusion in his left hand, but over his right shoulder, and a staff 463 lines long

in his right. A lion and a dragon are at his feet, but he seems unaware of their attacks or caresses. LINE 12.—His attitude suggests the shape of the Swastika or thunderbolt, the message of God. LINE 13.—She is reading intently in an open book. LINE 14.—She bears a sceptre and a shield, whereon is figured a dove as a symbol of the male and female forces. LINE 15.—His attitude suggests F, and he is seated upon the Cubic Stone, whose sides show the Green Lion and White Eagle. LINE 16.—He is crowned, sceptred, and blessing all in a threefold manner. Four living creatures adore him, the whole suggesting a pentagram by its shape. LINE 17.—He is inspired by Apollo to prophesy concerning things sacred and progane: represented by a boy with his bow and two women, a priestess and an harlot. LINE 18.—He drives furiously a chariot drawn by two sphinxes. As Levi drew it. LINE 19.—Before him goeth upright the Royal Uræ us Serpent. LINE 21.—[H, F, and G, or Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas]. LINE 23.—From a gallows shaped like the letter d hangs by one foot a young fair man. His other leg forms a cross with the suspending one. His arms, clasped behind his head, form an upright B, and this radiates light. His mouth is resolutely closed. LINE 25.—A winged and crowned goddess, with flashing golden belt, stands, and pours from her right hand the flame of a torch upon an Eagle, while in her left hand she pours water from an horn upon a Lion. Between her feet a moon-shaped cauldron of silver smokes with perfume. LINE 26.—Levi’s Baphomet is sound commentary on this Mystery, but should not be found in the text. LINE 27.—Human figures thrown thence suggest the letter u by their attitude. LINE 28.—A woman, naked, and kneeling onher left knee, pours from a vase in her right hand silver waters into a river, by which grow roses, the haunts of coloured butterfiles. With her left hand she pours golden waters over her head, which are lost in her long hair. Her attitude suggests the Swastika. Above flashes a great star of seven rays.

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LINE 29.—Below, a path leads between two towers, guarded by jackals, from the sea, wherein a Scarabæ us marcheth landwards. LINE 30.—Below is a wall, in front of which, in a fairy ring, two children wantonly and shamelessly embrace. LINE 31.—An Angel blowing a trumpet, adorned with a golden banner bearing a white cross. Below a fair youth rises from a sacrophagus in the attitude of the god Shu supporting the Firmament. On his left a fair woman, her arms giving the sign of Water— an inverted C on the breast. On his right a dark man giving the sign of Fire—an upright B on the forehead. LINE 32.—An ellipse, composed of 400 lesser circles. At the corners of the card a Man, an Eagle, a Bull, and a Lion. Within the circles a naked shining figure in the sign of Earth— right foot advanced, fight hand advanced and raised, left hand lowered and thrown back. The hands grip each a ray of dazzling light, spiril, the right hand being dextro- and the left hand læ vo-rotary. A red scarf conceals the fact of male genital organs, and suggests by its shape the letter k. Such is the conventional hieroglyph.

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APPENDIX I THE TRIGRAMS OF THE YI KING
Attribution to Quarters. S. Hindu Planetary Attribution. Attribution. Yetziratic Attribution. + y Figure. Name. Part of body. Head. Key Scale

!

Lingam.

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Khien.

2 [and 30].

S.E.

$

Apas.

C m

Tui.

Mouth.

14 [and 23].

E.

&

Mano (Prana).

! r

Li.

Eyes.

6 [21 and 30].

N.E.

%

Tejas.

B c

Kbn.

Feet.

27 and 31.

S.W.

#

Vayu.

D a

Sun.

Thighs.

11 [and 12].

W.

'

Akasa.

= g

Khân.

Ears.

10 [13 and 32]

N.W.

E

Prithivi.

E t

Kbn.

Hands.

32 bis.

N.

=

Yoni.

9 h

Khwbn.

Belly.

3 and 13.

The Trigrams should be considered as the symbols which combine these meanings, the Hexagrams as combinations of these, chosen according to circumstances. Thus

4 is Fire of =, or Energy 2

of ', and might mean beginning to change, or force applied to obstruction, as it actually does.

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THE HEXAGRAMS OF THE YI KING.
Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

1

7 7 0 0 2 4 1 2 2 7 7 2 0 2 2 0

+ of +

Khien

Heaven, &c. (+ for Lingam.)

2

9 of 9

Khwbn

Earth, &c. (9 for Yoni.)

3

= of B

Kun

Danger and obscurity—genoj.

4

E of =

Mbng

Youth and ignorance.

5

= of +

Hsü

Waiting, sincerity.

6

+ of =

Sung

Contention, opposition, strength in peril.

7

9 of =

Sze

Multitude, age and experience.

8

= of 9

Help.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

9

3 7 7 6 0 7 7 0 7 5 5 7 0 1 4 0

D of +

Hsiâo Khû

Small restraint.

10

+ of C

Pleased, satisfaction, treating, attached to, a shoe.

11

9 of +

Thâi

Spring, tree course.

12

+ of 9

Phî

Decay, patience, obedience, autumn, shutting up, restriction

13

+ of !

Thung Zbn

Union (of men).

14

! of +

Tâ Yû

Great havings.

15

9 of E

Khien

Humility.

16

B of 9

Harmony and satisfction.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

17

6 4 1 3 0 6 3 0 5 4 1 5 1 0 0 4

C of B

Sui

Following

18

E of D

Troublesome services, arrest of decay, hard work.

19

9 of C

Lin

Approach of authority, inspect, comfort.

20

D of 9

Kwân

Manipulating, contemplating.

21

! of B

Shih Ho

Union by gnawing, legal constraint.

22

E of !

Ornament, freewill.

23

E of 9

Po

Overthrow, couch.

24

9 of B

Returning, visit from friends.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

25

7 4 1 7 1 4 6 3 2 2 5 5 6 1 4 3

+ of B

Wû Wang

Simplicity and sincerity, earnestness.

26

E of +

Tâ Khû

Great accumulation.

27

E of B

Î

Nourishment, upper jaw.

28

C of D

Tâ Kwo

Great carefulness, weak beam.

29

= of =

Khan

Pit, defile, peril.

30

! of !

Inherent in, attached to, docility.

31

C of E

Hsien

Influencing to action, all, jointly.

32

B of D

Hbng

Perseverance, keeping to the path.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

33

7 1 4 7 5 0 0 5 3 5 5 6 2 1 4 2

+ of E

Thun

Returning, avoiding, retirement.

34

B of +

Tâ Kwang

Violence, the Great Ram.

35

! of 9

Tzin

To advance (good).

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9 of !

Ming Î

Intelligence, wounded.

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D of !

Kiâ Zbn

Household, wifely duty.

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! of C

Khwei

Disunion, family discord.

39

= of E

Kien

Lameness, immobility, difficulty.

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B of =

Kieh

Unravelling (a knot, &c.).

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

41

1 6 3 4 6 7 7 3 6 0 0 3 6 2 2 3

E of C

Sun

Diminution.

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D of B

Addition, increase.

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C of +

Kwâi

Displacing, strength, complacency, tact.

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+ of D

Kâu

Unexpected event, a bold woman.

45

C of 9

Tzhui

Collected, docility.

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9 of D

Shbng

Advance and ascent.

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C of !

Khwbn

Straightened, distressed,

x Carcer, growth restricted.

48

= of D

Tzing

A well, self-cultivation.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

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6 5 5 3 4 4 1 1 3 1 4 6 4 5 5 1

C of !

Ko

Change

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! of D

Ting

A caldron, a concubine, flexibility, quick ear and eye.

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B of B

Kbn

Ease, development, moving power, thunder.

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E of E

Kan

Peace, a mountain.

53

D of E

Kien

Fortunate marriage, gradual advance, goose.

54

B of C

Kwei Mei

Unfortunate marriage (of a younger sister before the elder).

55

B of !

Fbng

Large, abundant, progress.

56

! of E

Strangers.

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Figure.

Nature.

Name.

Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

57

3 3 6 6 3 2 2 6 3 6 4 1 2 5 5 2

D of D

Sun

Flexibility, penetration, vacillation, wind, wood, &c.

58

C of C

Tui

Pleasure, help from friends, still water.

59

D of =

Hwân

Dissipation, dispersion, turning to evil.

60

= of C

Kieh

Joints of body, regular division.

61

E of =

Kung fü

Inmost sincerity.

62

B of E

Hsiao Kwo

Non-essential, success of trifles, a wonded bird, small divergences.

63

= of !

Ki Tzi

Help attained, complete success.

64

! of =

Wei Tzi

Incomplete success, foolish impulse, failure.

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Transcriber’s notes
[The work as presented here is currently incomplete: owing to my complete ignorance of Arabic, one column (the Princes of the Jinn) and some endnote material (the 99 names of God) in that language have not been entered.] This electronic edition of 777 was prepared from the version of 777 Revised printed in 777 and other Qabalistic Writings (originally published as The Qabalah of Aleister Crowley). As far as I can tell this was a facsimile from the 1955 first edition of 777 Revised; while Crowley’s original Preface was re-set in the 1955 edition, the Tables of Correspondence, Crowley’s notes thereon, and the appendix giving the trigrams and hexagrams of the I Ching were with minor exceptions straight facsimiles from the original 1909 edition of 777. In preparing the present edition I have included, besides the Preface, tables, notes and appendix from the original edition, the following additional material from 777 Revised: * The 11 additional columns (CLXXXIV – CXCIV). These were originally appended at the end of Table VI. Six were explanatory of or supplementary to existing columns: (e.g. numerations of Greek and Arabic letters, transliterations or translations; the “magical formulæ ” column was specifically referred to the column of magical weapons); these have been placed immediately after the appropriate column. The others have been appended to the end of the appropriate table. While they are hence “out of sequence” I feel this is unlikely to cause confusion as these additional columns are rarely if ever directly referenced by number in other works. * Additional correspondences as mentioned in Crowley’s remarks on the various columns. They are inserted into the appropriate columns in double square brackets [[like this]]. Also added are: * Numeration of Coptic. * Transliterations of most Hebrew names. In order to keep the present work at a manageable size, I have not included: * Yorke’s editorial preface. * The essay on the Magical Alphabet * The Meaning of the Primes from 11 to 97. * The “Various Arrangements” (mostly from The Book of Thoth) * The “Explanations of the Attributions” – a series of remarks, some developing almost into essays, on columns I-III, V-VIII, X, XI, XIII-XXII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVIII-XLIII, XLV, LVI-LXVIII, LXXVIILXXXVI, and XCVII. * “What is Qabalah?” * “What is a ‘Number’ or a ‘Symbol’?” (an extract from the New Comment on AL I.4) Some of this additional material may later be made available in HTML format. I have not attempted to preserve the original pagination of the tables of correspondence. For ease of reading, columns are arranged from left to right across a single page. Obvious typos have been corrected; other questionable readings are noted below.
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Notes to Crowley’s Preface S.L. “MacGregor” Mathers. The reference is probably to the Heptameron seu elementa magica, a 16th-century Grimoire of planetary magick (published with the Fourth Book of pseudo-Agrippa) deriving in part from the Solomonic cycle and in part from the Liber Juratus or Sworn Book of Honorius, a medieval work on magick (not to be confused with the early modern Grimoire of Honorius falsely attributed to the third Pope of that name). Its attribution to Pietro d’Abano (1253-1316) is generally recognised as spurious. The uncontested works of d’Abano do deal in part with astrological images and the medical / talismanic use of the same (vide Walker, Spiritual and Demonic Magic and Yates, Giordano Bruno), and he is occasionally cited as an authority by Renaissance writers such as Ficino and Agrippa; the material specifically attributed to d’Abano in 777 is from the Heptameron, although the images of the decans may be from his genuine works. 3 Probably a reference to the Golden Dawn. After swearing a long and tortuously phrased Oath of Secrecy, the Neophyte was issued a “Knowledge Lecture” which consisted of the names and symbols of the Elements, Planets and Signs along with the Hebrew Alphabet and the names of the Sephiroth in Hebrew. 4 The Lemegeton is a 17th-century compilation, probably English, of magical texts attributed to Solomon. The first book, Goetia, describes 72 “Evil Spirits” and gives instructions for evoking them (it derives variously from the Key of Solomon, the Heptameron, the Fourth Book of pseudo-Agrippa and the Pseudomonarchia Dæmonum of Wier). In 777 cols. CLV – CLXVI the spirits are referred to the Decans by day and night. The second book, Theurgia Goetia, describes 27 principal spirits and a very large number of subordinates of whom relatively few are named; of the 27, 16 are referred to the points of the compass and the other 11 are said to wander and have no fixed place. They are said to be partly evil and party good, hence the apparently oxymoronic title. It is possible that the Theurgia-Goetia was based on the Steganographia of Trithemius by someone who did not realise that the latter was primarily a work of cryptography. The third book, Ars Paulina, contains a catalogue of Angels for the 12 hours of the day and night, and for the 12 signs and 360 degrees of the Zodiac; they are also attributed to the seven classical Planets. The fourth book, Ars Almadel, is probably of medieval origin: it divides up the powers it summons into four “Altitudes”, seemingly referred to the cardinal points of the Zodiac.
2 1

The “fifth book of the Lemegeton”, Ars Nova, is rather a kind of appendix which appears in one MS where it occupies one and a half sides of a single folio leaf: it contains an extended prayer associated with the names on the circle and triangle of the Goetia, possibly intended to be spoken while drawing these, along with a short and garbled conjuration containing some highly corrupt Hebrew names, probably also connected with the Goetia as it mentions the brazen vessel; and finally, a lengthy curse targetted at anyone who steals the book. The Ars Nova is sometimes confused with the Ars Notoria (Notary Art) attributed to Solomon, which latter rather appears to be a medieval magical derivative of classical art of memory, based around the contemplation of images or notæ while repeating prayers. The Ars Notoria was condemned by Aquinas (cited in Yates, Art of Memory) and various Renaissance writers such as Erasmus and Agrippa (in De vanitate &c.); Robert Turner produced an English translation which was made less than useful by the omission of the figures: this translation has been incorporated into some later MSS and printed editions of the Lemegeton. 5 In The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage (tom. II cap. XIX) are tabulated the names of various Evil Spirits: chief among these are the “Four Princes and Superior Spirits”, to wit Lucifer, Leviathan, Satan and Belial who may perhaps be referred to the Elements (I would suggest Fire, Water, Air, Earth respectively); immediately below these are eight “Sub-Princes”, namely Oriens, Paimon, Ariton, Amaimon (vide 777 col. LXVIII), Astarot, Magot, Asmodee and Belzebud (sic); a total of 316 named spirits are listed below the eight SubPrinces, some subject to one of them, some shared between two or more. 6 The Book of the Concourse of the Forces is the title of a collection of Golden Dawn papers loosely based on the “Enochian” material which emerged from the ceremonial skrying of John Dee and Edward Kelly. Crowley later published a terse and incomplete abstract of this material as “A brief abstract of the symbolic representation of the Universe” in Equinox I (7-8). See also Regardie (ed.) The Golden Dawn, vol. IV. 7 This would not be a view generally shared by most serious practitioners and students of Dee and Kelly’s magick. Unless Crowley is talking about the G.D. version of “Enochian Magic” in which case he has a point. 8 4 Planes: the first consists solely of Kether; the second of Chokmah and Binah; the third of Chesed through to Yesod; the fourth of Malkuth only. These are identified by some with the Four Worlds. 3 Pillars / 7 Planes: see col. XII. 7 palaces: see col. LXXXVII et seq.

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Notes to Tables of Correspondences Table I (the whole scale) Col. VIII. The numbers after the Qliphoth of the Sephiroth represent which of the seven “palaces” they are referred to: see the arrangements in Col. LXXXVIII et. seq. Transliterations are as given in Crowley’s remarks on this column in 777 Revised, although a few have been altered where they are not consistent with the Hebrew spelling. Col. XIV. These represent G.D. attributions, before Crowley changed the titles of a number of the Trumps in The Book of Thoth and exchanged the attributions of the Star and Emperor based on AL I.57. Col. XIX. Transliterations of Egyptian names have been left as in the first edition. These differ from both modern transliterations and those employed by early 20th-century writers such as Budge. Line 1: Asar is better known by the Hellenized form Osiris; Asar-un-Nefer (“Osiris the beautiful”) was a particular epiphet or title of this god. Hadith in this line (also Hadit in line 0) is not a historical Egyptian deity but refers to the entity described in cap. II of The Book of the Law; the name is a garbled or corrupt form of HeruBehutet (Horus of Behutet), a solar-martial form of Horus symbolized by the winged disk. HeruRa-Ha is not a historical Egyptian deity but is mentioned in cap. III of The Book of the Law and is said to combine Hoor-par-Kraat (Horus the Child) and Ra-Hoor-Khuit (Ra-Horus of the Two Horizons). Line 6: “On” was not an Egyptian deity but a transliteration into Hebrew (}a or }wa) of the name of the Egyptian solar cult-centre called Heliopolis by the Greeks. The confusion arose through a misreading by Freemasons of Genesis XLI, 45 and 50 where Joseph married “Asenath daughter of Poti-phera priest of On.” ON spelt }u as a formula is another matter entirely; see Col. CLXXXVII. Hrumachis is probably a variant spelling of Harmachis (Hor-Maku), said by Budge (Gods of the Egyptians vol. I p. 470) to be the Greek name for Heru-Khuti, Horus of the two horizons, who represented the sun from sunrise to sunset. Line 13: Chomse also spelt Khons or Khensu. In one legend (cited by Budge, op. cit. I, 448) he is said to be the son of the cat goddess Bast who was also associated with the moon (to complicate matters Bast has solar aspects in some accounts). Lines 16, 32-bis: Ahapshi is the Apis Bull (GD Coptic spelling). Ameshet is Amset (or Mestha), one of the Children of Horus. Line 17: The Rekti goddesses and Merti goddesses both appear to have been specific titles or epiphets of Isis and Nephthys. Line 19: Pasht (according to Budge, op. cit. I, 517) is Pekh or Pekhit, a minor lioness goddess. Mau is onomatopœic Egyptian for ‘cat’ and appears to have been an epiphet of Ra. Line 22: Ma is more usually spelt Maat or Ma’at. Lines 23, 31: Auramoth and Thoum-aesh-neith were never Egyptian deities but were names constructed on Qabalistic principles by the Golden Dawn to refer to water and fire; similarly the name Tarpesheth (Tharpesht) is unknown prior to G.D. material, although she appears to be a hybrid of Bast and Sekhet. Line 24: Typhon was a monster in Greek myth, probably a personification of destructive forces of nature, who was identified with Set in late classical times. Add Selket, whose symbol was the scorpion. I have no idea what Khephra is doing here. Line 25: Add Neith (Net) who is traditionally depicted with a bow and arrows. Line 26: Khem is identified by Budge (op. cit., I, 97) with the phallic god Min or Amsu, and is said to have been the god of Apu (Panopolis). Line 28: Ahephi is Hapi, one of the Children of Horus. Line 29: Add Hequet (Hekt). Line 31: Kabeshunt is probably Qebhsennuf, one of the Children of Horus. Line 32: I have no idea who ‘Mako’ is. In the Golden Dawn Z1 paper the Children of Horus or Canopic Gods had ‘invisible stations’ in the corners of the Temple. The most immediate source for the elemental attributions, though, is the Golden Dawn paper on “Enochian Chess” where the four pawns of each side are referred to these God-forms. It is not clear why Crowley omitted Tuamutef for Water: (a G.D. Coptic form of this name is cited in connection with the “Eagle Kerub” in a ritual in Equinox I (3)). In a myth recounted by Budge (op. cit. vol. I p. 158) these gods are said to have grasped the four pillars of heaven as sceptres: Amset the South, Hapi the North, Tuamutef the East, and Qebhsennuf the West. They were also said to guard the Canopic Jars in which the internal organs of the deceased were preserved, and their G.D. attributions to the crossquarters probably derive from a single find of an Egyptian tomb which had the four jars with the images of the gods disposed thus.

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Col. XX. Line 23: Possibly a G.D. Coptic spelling of Ashtoreth who according to Budge (op. cit.) was worshipped in Egypt in the later dynastic period (in Regardie, Complete G.D., “Sati-Ashtoreth” is referred to the Fire Queen in “Enochian Chess”, the name is spelt I#haourey in Crowley’s notes). Line 25: A G.D. Coptic spelling of Aroueris. Col. XXI. All this is derived from the famous speech in cap. 42 of the Book of the Dead. Some minor errors have been corrected (e.g. Line 12 read “Aupu—the Hips”). The Planets are referred according to the attributions in Agrippa (tom. II cap. x); hence the duplication of left and right eye, ear and nostril. Line 15. Budge has “hands.” Line 32 bis. The Hebrew is Alim Chayyim, “the living Gods.” Col. XXXVIII. Line 7: Iynx: Grk., Iugx (pl. Iuggej), the wryneck: a bird of the woodpecker family which had the misfortune to be used in early Greek love magick (hence the attribution); but in the Chaldæan Oracles the Iunges appear to have been a group of ministering powers who stood between the theurgist and the Supreme God (source: Lewy, Chaldæan Oracles and Theurgy), whence they are cited in the ritual of the Star Ruby. Not ‘lynx’ as it is sometimes misread; nor does it rhyme with “sphinx.” As noted in the remarks on this column in 777 Revised, AC’s source here was Levi. Line 8: Monoceros de Astris means “Unicorn from the Stars” and is a title of the grade of 3°=88 Practicus (referred to Hod) in the Golden Dawn. Col. XXXIX. Line 8: Anhalonium Lewinii is now known by the botanical name Lophophora williamsi.

Col. XXIII. “Nothing and Neither P nor p'”) and Col. CLXXXVII. See Magick in Theory and “Beaten and Scattered Corpse” each denote two Practice for a discussion of some of these formulæ. different meditations. Another set of attributions of magical formulæ to the Col. XXXV. Agrippa (De occ. phil. tom II cap xiv) Tree of Life survives in one of Crowley’s magical in his “Orphic Scale of the Number Twelve” refers notebooks and may be studied in Magick: Book 4 Parts I-IV (editor’s notes to Appendix V col. 34). the twelve principle Gods of Rome to the Zodiac: a Pallas (Minerva) Line 0: LASTAL is not necessarily an error for b Venus LAShTAL (for which see Liber V vel Reguli) but c Phoebus may be a variant form, the ST representing the d Mercury Coptic sou, identified with the Greek stau and e Jupiter attributed to Kether (see Col LI and Magick, loc. f Ceres cit.). M . . . . M probably refers to MUAUM, said g Vulcan (in a letter from C.S. Jones to Frank Bennet) to be h Mars the Word of a Neophyte of A∴A∴, representing i Diana the whole course of the breath. Spelt \wawm in j Vesta Hebrew, it adds to 93 (it may also contain a k Juno concealed yod, not pronounced or counted in the l Neptune. enumeration, which would explain the fourth dot in M . . . . M and the extra coloured band used to Crowley included most of these, omitting only glyph the word in Pyramidos). Jupiter and Phoebus. Lines 1-9: In The Heart of the Master, section Col. XXXVI. The Evangelists follow their Aves (‘Birds’), nine magical formula are given as traditional attribution to the Kerubim. Godwin gives the voices of various symbolic birds, apparently the Apostles thus (he does not state his source): referred to the Sephiroth 1-9, thus: a Matthias 1 (the Swan): AUMGN (one version has AUM) b Thaddeus 2 (the Phœnix): AL c Simon 3 (the Raven): AMEN d John 4 (the Eagle): SU e Peter 5 (the Hawk): AGLA f Andew 6 (the Pelican): IAO g Bartholemew 7 (the Dove): HRILIU h Phillip 8 (the Ibis): ABRAHADABRA i James son of Zebedee 9 (the Vulture): MU j Thomas Line 24: Possibly ON (ayin nun) should also be k Matthew referred here. l James son of Alpheus.

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Col. XLVI. Crowley’s later attributions of the Table II (the Elements) trigrams of the I Ching, etc., to the Sephiroth are Col. LXVI. The numerical value of each of these given in The Book of Thoth, thusly: spellings gives the number in Col. LXV, which, 0: Tao. rendered in Hebrew letters, gives the “secret name” 1: Tao Teh. in Col. LXIV. 2: Yang. 3: Yin. Line 31. Originally given hyh wyw hyh dwy, which Daath: Khien. adds to 82 rather than 72. The reading here is from 4: Tui. Mathers’ introduction to Kaballah Unveiled. 5: Kbn. Table III (the Planets) 6: Li. 7: Kbn. Col. LXXVIII. 8: Sun. Line 13. Various spellings of this horrendous 9: Khân. name have appeared in the literature, and as 10: Khwbn. mentioned in Crowley’s notes on this column, the Col. XLVIII. Most of these refer to symbols spelling given here can only be made to add to appearing in Golden Dawn rituals. 3321 by counting the final \ as 700 rather than the more usual 600. Liber D had \yrhc hwrb duw Line 26: Possibly should read “Calvary Cross of 6, \ycycrtb aklm , Malkah be-Tarshishim veSolid” as the faces of such will total 26 squares. A’ad be-Ruah Sheharim, which gives the required Col LI. This arrangement differs slightly from the value without any such dubious fudges. The G.D. attributions given in Regardie (ed.), Complete oldest known form of this name is \yqjc jwrb G.D. (buried in the Ring and Disk paper), in that t du \ytycrtb aklm , Malkah be-Tarshithim and y have been interchanged. In the printed edition A’ad be-Ruach Shechaqim (Agrippa, op. cit., lib. of 777, G was given in line 1 as well as line 13, and II, cap. xxii). $ in line 10 (C did not appear on the table). These Table IV (the Sephiroth) have been corrected as compositor’s errors; $ has been placed in line 1 and C in line 10 in accordance Col. LXXXVIII. These originally given in Latin; I with G.D. attributions. For each letter, ‘upper case’ have translated them into English. and ‘lower case’ forms are shown; the degree of difference between these two forms varies between Col. XCII. The original had this in Latin; it was a letters. slight garbling of the Vulgate of Isaiah VI, 2-3. I The two un-numbered columns are extracted in this have translated it into English as it appeared. instance from Appendix V to the ‘Blue Brick’ Col. XCIV. Despite being headed “English of edition of Magick, in turn deriving from Crowley’s Palaces” this column was originally in Latin. The magical notebooks. Numbers seem in most cases to translations of the Seven Heavens are mostly from be those of the equivalent Greek letter; the ‘English Godwin’s Cabalistic Encyclopedia, s.v. “Heaven.” equivalents’ do not necessarily represent the original phonetic value of the letters but rather refer to the Col. CIII. This column originally printed in Latin. transliterations employed in the Golden Dawn, where Coptic spellings of the names of various Col. CVIII. For what it’s worth (see Crowley’s note Egyptian Gods were constructed according to the on this column), here are the transliterations of the Qabalistic attributions of the letters. The letter sou Hebrew names: ($, #) did not historically have a phonetic value as Line 2. Samael (“poison of God” or “blind god”). such but was rather used to fill out the numbering lams = 131 = Pan. scheme by standing for 6; whence it was identified Line 3. Isheth Zanunim (Woman of Whoredom), with the obsolete Greek letter stau which was also said to be the wife of Samael. \ynwnz tca = 864 = used for number 6, and given the value ‘st.’ \ycdq cwdq, Qadosh Qadeshim, Holy of Holies. Doubtless there is an Arcanum concealed here, Col LII. The letters are shown in their ‘isolated’ possibly along the lines of “you can prove forms; since Arabic is written cursively, letter forms anything with Gematria if you try hard enough.” vary slightly depending on whether the letter appears on its own, or in the beginning, in the middle, or at Line 5. Ashteroth. Historically a Middle Eastern the end of a word. The repetition of one letter in goddess (a.k.a. Ishtar, Astarté, etc.), denounced by lines 9 and 10 appears to be deliberate. Old Testament writers and given an inexplicable sex change by medieval demonologists.

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Line 6. Chiva, the Beast; said to be the offspring of Samael and Isheth Zanunim (see Mathers’ introduction to Kaballah Unveiled, para 61). Only a hideous fudge (to wit (a) mis-spelling the name as ahija, (b) writing each letter out in full and (c) counting hé in full as ah rather than the more usual hh) can get this name to add to 666. Line 7. Asmodai. Appears in the apocryphal Book of Tobit. Sometimes also known by the Latinised form Asmodeus. The name is possibly a modification of Aeshma Deva, an evil spirit from Persian mythology. Line 8. Belial. Said to be the chief of the evil spirits in some late Jewish apocalyptic literature (e.g. the Testament of the 12 Patriarchs), but in the Old Testament the name was a mere term of abuse meaning “masterless” or “worthless.” Line 9. Lilith. She gets everywhere. rules the card in question by day, the one on the right by night. Cols. CXXXIII – CXXXVI. Words in square brackets are the Book of Thoth keywords for these cards where these differ from the titles. Table V (the Zodiac) Col. CXXXIX. The outer planets – Uranus ((), Nepture ()) and Pluto (*) and the Nodes of the Moon were not given in this table in 777, but appeared in these positions in the table “The Essential Dignities of the Planets” in The Book of Thoth. In Magick Crowley added an additional column, the “Superior Planetary Governers” of the signs; initially this referred the Cardinal signs to the “Primum Mobile”, the Kerubic signs to Uranus and the Mutable signs to Neptune; in The Book of Thoth the Cardinal signs were referred to Pluto (discovered in the 1930s).

Line 10. Naamah. The sister of Tubal-Cain (see Masonic symbolism); but in the Zohar she gets Cols. CXLIX – CLI. Agrippa (tom. II cap. xxxvii) turned into another version of Lilith. gives a somewhat different set of images for the Col. CIX. Rather than use planetary symbols to decans, along with the significance of each. It is distinguish the Kings and Dukes as in the printed believed Agrippa derived from Latin translations of edition, I have split this column. For Daath add the Picatrix, a medieval Arabic work on magic. The King Bela son of Beor (rwub }b ulb) and Dukes images given here are close to those printed by Timnah (uamt), Alvah (hwlu) and Jetheth (tty). Regardie in Complete Golden Dawn, and thus probably represent those circulating in the G.D., Col. CX. though Regardie also gave the signification of each Line 1. Ruach Elohim Chayyim, the Spirit of the image (similar but not always identical to those in Living Gods. The first edition of 777 had as a Agrippa). subtitle \yyj \yhla hwr tja , Achath Ruach Elohim Chayyim (“one [is] the Spirit of the Living Cols. CLV – CLXVI. I have added transliterations Elohim”), a line from the Sepher Yetzirah which of the names of the spirits and numbers according to the order in which they appear in the Goetia. adds to 777. Planetary symbols indicate the rank of the spirit and Cols. CXII – CXIII. These sets of attributions were the material from which its seal is to be made (some extracted by the Golden Dawn from the first volume spirits have two ranks), thus: of Kabbala Denudata. The symbols in 7 and 8 apparently represent “hermaphroditic Brass.” Rank Planet Metal Prince Jupiter Tin Col. CXIV. The numbers are an addition; each Earl Mars Iron password adds to the “mystic number” of the King Sol Gold Sephirah corresponding. Vide Col. X. Duke Venus Copper Col. CXV. The entries in this column were President Mercury Mercury (hmm…) originally given as initials only. Marquis Luna Silver Col. CXXI. These are Golden Dawn titles. The Note that in rendering the names of the demons into A∴A∴ titles in the 1st order differ slightly; 0°=08 is Hebrew, some suffixes like –ion, –ius, etc. have Probationer, 1°=108 is Neophyte, 2°=98 Zelator and been dropped. the “waiting” grade between Philosophus and An alternative set of attributions and Hebrew Adeptus Minor is called Dominus Liminis. spellings can be found in The Sword and the Serpent Cols. CXXIX – CXXXII. These are the Angels of by Denning and Phillips, and Godwin’s Cabalistic the Shem ha-Mephorash or Divided Name of God, a Encyclopedia. full explanation of which would be beyond the scope of this footnote. On each row, the name on the left

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Cols. CLXVII – CLXXI. A completely different set of names for the dekans and the gods referred to them may be found in Budge’s Gods of the Egyptians, vol. ii pp 304-310. I am unaware of Crowley’s source for these attributions: generally the names seem at the very least somewhat Hellenized. Notes to Crowley’s notes
1

Earth: Bishop: Aroueris Queen: Isis Knight: Hoori (Horus) Castle: Nephthys King: Aeshoori (i.e. Osiris again) Pawns Knight’s pawn: Kabexnuv (Qebhsennuf) Queen’s Pawn: Tmoumathph (sic) (Tuamutef) Bishop’s Pawn: Ahepi (Hapi) Rook’s Pawn: Ameshet (Mestha)

Because jk = Koch, Power, and hm is the “secret name” of Yetzirah (vide Col. LXIV).
2 3

6 I cannot identify the first three of these names. I Unclear. Possibly an error for }wmiama, Amaimon. believe the remaining four were intended to be G.D. The G.D. Qliphoth lecture has }wdba, Abaddon. Coptic spellings of Hapi (Ahephi), Tuamutef 4 Possibly an error for hmun, Naamah or Nahemah. (Toumathph), Mestha (Ameshett) and Qebhsennuf The G.D. Qliphoth lecture as printed by Zalewski (Kabexnuv), the Sons of Horus, and have corrected (1994) has “Maamah” which itself may be a them accordingly. 7 misprint. De. occ. phil. lib. I. cap xxiii. The following six 5

i.e., the Hebrew word for “ten.”

“Rosicrucian Chess” is also known as “Enochian Chess” although its connection with Dee and Kelly’s magick is tenuous at best; it is a four-handed game also used as a system of divination, loosely based on an ancient Indian game called Chaturanga, but with pieces representing Egyptian Gods. It was probably created by W. Wynn Westcott. For a more detailed account see Zalewski, Enochian Chess of the Golden Dawn (Llewellyn). Rather than attempt to transliterate and then decipher the Coptic names given by Crowley (some of which I suspect are corrupt or misprinted) I will give the versions of these names as listed in Regardie (ed.), Complete G.D. (tom. X pp. 113-4). In many cases these are not reasonable transliterations of the names printed in 777. Fire: Bishop: Toum. Queen: Sati-Ashtoreth. Knight: Ra. Castle: Anouke (possibly Ankhet, a title of Isis) King: Kneph (Khnemu). Water: Bishop: Hapimon (the Nile god) Queen: Thouerist (Ta-urt the goddess) Knight: Sebek Castle: Shu King: Osiris

chapters list various things said to be under the power of the other six classical planets. See also cap. xxii which gives general attributions for the planets and the theory behind all this, and cap. xxxii, “What things are under the Signs, the Fixed Stars, and their images.”
8

On typographic and chronological evidence this line was an addition in 777 Revised.
9

As noted above, this last is a fudge which was probably made necessary by someone miscopying the name of the Intelligence of the Intelligences of the Moon so it no longer added to 3321.
10

The Golden Dawn lectures give a slightly different attribution of the fingers, based on the points of the Pentagram, thus: the thumb to Spirit, the index to Water, the medius to Fire, the third finger to Earth and the little finger to Air.
11

hippopotamus

In the Golden Dawn diagram (in turn derived from von Rosenroth) from which Col. CVI. was derived, the seven Earths of Col. CIV. were also enclosed by the four seas. The Infernal Rivers are referred to the Elements thus: Air, Cocytus; Water, Styx; Fire, Phlegethon; Earth, Acheron (source: Godwin’s Cabalistic Encyclopedia).
12 13

“heled, concealed, and never revealed.”

Air: Bishop: Shu Queen: Knousou 14 i.e., the author of the Heptameron (see note to Knight: Seb Castle: Tharpesht (a G.D. amalgam of Bast and Preface on this point). But much of the following derives from the Liber Juratus in any case. Sekhet) King: Socharis (Seker; an early god who became identified with Ptah, and later with Osiris)

The names appear in a supplement to the Rituel de Haute Magie as part of an “explanation” of the “Nuctemeron of Apollonius of Tyana.” In cap. XVII of the Rituel Levi gives the names and characters of another 24 Zodiacal genii, two for each sign. The latter are here omitted.

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I have reduced this into a single table to save space, representing each day and Angel with the corresponding planetary symbol.
16 The names here have been conformed to the version of the Heptameron printed in the Lyons edition of Agrippa’s Opera. Crowley, possibly because he was working from a corrupted copy, stated that none were given for Winter; although the names he gave for the Sun and Moon in Autumn were those referred to Winter by pseudo-Abano. 17

Probably in his Oedipus Ægypticus. It is this book (late 17th century) which as far as I am aware contains the earliest known appearance of the version of the Tree of Life used by the G.D. and Crowley, and in fact most modern Western occultists. Other Tree of Life arrangements are discussed by Aryeh Kaplan in his translation of the Sepher Yetzirah. Appendix: the Yi King Transliterations of Chinese names follow the system used by Legge in Sacred Books of the East, which is not in general current use. Note that italicised letters have different phonetic values to non-italicised (K is “thin (tenuis) modified guttural consonant”, Kh “aspirated thin modified guttural”). b represents the ‘neutral’ vowel sound. Where Crowley has ‘tz’, Legge used a character something like a stylised 3, which I have been unable to find in any of the typefaces I currently have; but as far as I can tell from the table of transliteration conventions, this is equivalent to the Hebrew x (described helpfully as “Spiritus asperrimus 2” under dental consonants). While this may be a little awkward and confusing, I would submit it is to be preferred to a transliteration scheme which manages to give the same transliteration for two different Chinese characters (vide the Wilhelm-Baynes I Ching, s.v. Hexagram 63). The main traditional glosses to the trigrams are: 7 Heaven, sky 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Water (marsh or lake) Fire, sun, lightning Thunder Wind and wood Water (rain, clouds, springs), moon Hill or mountain Earth

Additional traditional correspondences can be found in the “EighthWing” (Appendix V. in the Legge edition, “Shuo Kwa / Discussion of the Trigrams” in Part II of the Wilhelm-Baynes edition).

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