||Tiphareth, Beauty (Tau, Pé,
Aleph, Resh, Tau). Zoar Anpin, the Lesser Countenance. Melekh,
the King. Adam. The Son (of Chokmah/Binah = Prince) . The Man.
(Adam Kadmon, archetypical man = Microprosopos' 6 Sephiroth with
Tiphareth at the centre).
||In the centre of the Pillar of Equilibrium.
Gives rise to Netzach through the path
|"32 Paths of
||"The Sixth Path is called the
Intelligence of the Mediating Influence, because in it are multiplied
the influxes of the emanations, for it causes that influence
to flow into all the reservoirs of the Blessings, with which
these themselves are united. "
|The four worlds
||Godname: Jehovah Aloah Va Daath ("God
Made Manifest in the Sphere of Mind" or "Lord God of
||Angel choir: Melechim ("Kings")
aka Virtues, angels and rulers. The Four Elemental Kings: Djin
(fire/south) over salamanders, Niksa (water/west) over undines,
Paralda (air/east) over sylphs, Ghob (earth/north) over gnomes.
Tiphareth is the highest level of consciousness for elementals.
||Mundane chakra: Shemesh ("The
Solar Light"), the Sun
||Clear pink rose
||6 of Wands (Victory): Tipharath in Atziluth/
Spirit. Success, warm relationships. Victory following drama
or great effort.
||6 of Cups (Pleasure): Tiphareth in Briah /Consciousness.
The beginning of pleasure. Unwarranted self-assertion. Defective
knowledge. Pleasure in the heart.
||6 of Swords (Science): Tiphareth in Yetzirah/astrality.
Success after anxiety and trouble. Labor, work, selfishness.
Objectivity of the mind.
||6 of Disks (Success): Tiphareth in material
Assiah. Sure success in business and other mundane material areas.
Success in the external world through action.
||Prince of Wands: Prince of the Chariot of Fire.
Prince and Emperor of the Salamanders. Young man w. yellow hair,
blue/ grey eyes. Leo, the Creative Seaker. Strong, violent, yet
just and generous. Enormous strength which may be turned en either
||Prince of Cups: Princes of the Chariot of Water.
Prince and Emperor of Nymphs and Undines. Young man w. brown
hair, brown eyes. Scorpio, the rebirther.The dynamic energies
of group/universal unconscious. Subtle, artistic, violent. Attracted
by evil if powerful.
||Prince of Swords: Prince of the Chariot of Air. Prince
and Emperor of the Sylphs and Sylphides. Young man w. dark hair,
dark eyes. Aquarius, the thinker. The interchanging destruction
and creation of the mind (entension of the symbolism in Q.-swords). Full of ideas,
thoughts and designs. Giver of Death who slays as fast as he
||Prince of Disks: Prince of the Chariot of Earth.
Prince and Emperor of the Gnomes. Young man w. dark brown hair,
dark eyes. Taurus, the builder. The element of air becoming intelligible.
Practicaly amplifies things. Steady, reliable.
||"Remenber the Sabbath Day, to
keep it Holy" (devotion to the Great Work and Vision of
the Harmony of things).
Secret Joys of The Master"
||"The Order of the Universe is
the Expression of thy Rapture of Beauty."
|Paul Case's "Pattern
on the Threstleboard"
||"In all things, great and small,
I see the Beauty of the divine expression."
|Virtue / Vice
||Devotion to the Great Work (your
true will related to your life goal) /(False)Pride.
||Vision of the harmony of things (Beauty=due
and just proportion, equilibrium). Mysteries of the Crucifixion.
7th ray to spiritual realisation: Ritual/Organisation.
||A majestetic king (seen from Malkuth).
A child (seen from Kether). A sacrificed god.
||The Lamen (the symbol upon the breast
of the adept and indicates the spiritual force he represents
when doing a magic ritual). The Rosy Cross. The Calvary Cross
(of christianity and of sacrifice). The Truncated Pyramid. The
|Chakra symbols (Sir John Woodroffe)
||"The Anahata (Heart) Lotus is of the colour of
the Bandhuka flower, and on its twelve petals are the letters
Ka to Tha, with the Bindu above them, of the colour of vermillion.
In its pericarp is the hexagonal Vayu-Mandala, of a smoky colour,
and above it Surya-Mandala, with the Trikona lustrous as tem
million fleshes of lightning within it.
Above it is the Vayu-Bija ("Yam"), of a smoky hue, is seated on a black
antelope, four-armed, and carrying the goad (Ankusa).
In his (Vayu-Bija's) lap is three-eyed Isa. Like Hamsa (Hamsabha),
His two arms extended in the gestures of granting boons and dispelling
In the pericarp of the Lotus, seated on a red lotus, is the Shakti
Kakini. She is four-armed, and carries the noose (Pasa), the
skull (Kapala), and makes the boon (Vara) and fear-dispelling
(Abhaya) signs. She is of a golden hue, is dressed in yellow
raiment, and wears every variety of jewel and a garland of bones.Her
heart is softened ny nectar.
In the middle of the Trikona is Shiva in the form of a Bana-Linga,
with the crecent moon and Bindu on his head. He is of golden
colour. He looks joyous with a rush of desire (Kamodgamollasita).
Below him is the Jivatma like Hamsa.It is like the steady tapering
flame of a lamp.
Below the pericarp of this Lotus is the red lotus of eight petals,
with its head upturned. It is in this (red) lotus that there
are the Kalpa Tree, the jewelled altar surmounted by an awning
and decorated by flags and the like, which is the place of mental
||The breast. Breast bone. Heart chakra
(between the nipples), heart failure and disease. Thymus, immunosystem
disorders. Knowledge of and Conversation with the Holy Guardian
Angel (the Soul or Self): Messages are always positive towards
the self, they feel right and the contact is sensed.
||Sacrificed or crucified gods. Gods
as givers of illumination or healing (the sun-gods are usually
healing gods, and the healing gods are sun-gods). Gods made manifest
or coming with range of human consciousness. Christ. Buddha.
Osiris. Dionysos. Balder. Ra. Fairy.
||Yellow Rose. Horned animals. Hawthorn
berries. Bay. Heartsease. Gorse, Holly. Spider. Sunday.