||Geburah, Strength, Severity (Gimel,
Beth, Vau, Resh, Hé). Din, Justice. Pachad, Fear. The
Destroyer. Warrior King. Power of Judgment. Clarifier. Eliminator
of the Useless.
||In the centre of the Pillar of Severity,
opposite to Chesed. Gives rise to Tiphareth through the path
|"32 Paths of
||"The Fifth Path is called the
Radical Intelligence, because it is itself the essence equal
to the Unity, uniting itself to the Binah, or Intelligence which
emanates from the Primordial depths of Wisdom or Chokmah. "
|The four worlds
||Godname: Elohim Gebor ("God
of Battles. God Almighty" ).
||Angel choir: Seraphim ("Fiery
Serpents" or "Flaming ones")/ Order of Powers.
||Mundane chakra: Madim ("Vehement
||Red, flecked black
||5 of Wands (Strife): Geburah in spirit. Volcanic
energy. Beginning of quarrel and strife. Lust, desire, generosity.
Fear of strife about ideas.
||5 of Cups (Disappointment): Geburah in consciousness
/Briah. Loss of that which is loved or unexpected disappointment
in love. Evil, inverted pentagram.
||5 of Swords (Defeat): Geburah in astral Yetzirah.
Defeat, loss, failure. Contest finished and decided against the
person. A busybody and seperator.
||5 of Disks (Worry): Geburah in matter. Loss
of profession and monetary resorces. Material worry. Fear of
||"Thou shalt not kill".
Secret Joys of The Master"
||"The Movement of the Universe
is the Fullfillment of thine Energy."
|Paul Case's "Pattern
on the Threstleboard"
||"I recognize the manifestation
of the undeviating Justice in all the circumstances of my life"
|Virtue / Vice
||Energy, courage/ Cruelty, destruction
||Vision of Power. The 1st ray to spiritual
realisation: Will/Power (the heroic way).
||A mighty warrior in his chariot.
||The Pentagon (-gram!). The Five-petalled
Tudor Rose of 5 petals. The Sword (the suit of swords are under
the presidency of Mars/Geburah). The Spear. The Scourge. The
||Right arm. Right shoulder. Right
adrenal. Adrenalin-fight (stress, virilism). Visuddhi (throat)
chakra (together with Chesed on the path of Teth).
||War gods. Destructive gods. Horus'
hawk-eye. Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis defeated king Set,
the murderer of his father, in a violent battle on an island
in the Nile. Tyr.
||Cypress. Borage. Peony. Rowan. Horse.