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The whole business with wanting to work with a Greek kabbalah started when I found the Rosicrucian Archives site, which contains a series of posts describing a Greek kabbalah with a Tree of Life with 24 paths. The spheres themselves are the same as those of the sephiroth on the Jewish Tree, just with their names in Greek. Both trees are presented below; the paths are the same, as far as I can tell, while the names differ slightly for the spheres. They also use the same stoicheic associations I do when assigning the Greek letters to the planets, elements, and Zodiac signs, which is a nice addition, and make use of those distinctions an important part in their analysis.

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The whole business with wanting to work with a Greek kabbalah started when I found the Rosicrucian Archives site, which contains a series of posts describing a Greek kabbalah with a Tree of Life with 24 paths.

The spheres themselves are the same as those of the sephiroth on the Jewish Tree, just with their names in Greek. Both trees are presented below; the paths are the same, as far as I can tell, while the names differ slightly for the spheres. They also use the same stoicheic associations I do when assigning the Greek letters to the planets, elements, and Zodiac signs, which is a nice addition, and make use of those distinctions an important part in their analysis.

At any rate, I liked this schema, since it already fit nicely with what I already do and simply changed a few of the paths near the top of the Tree around. Nothing big, right? Well, as my ponderings from last time indicated, the more I thought about it, the less I wanted to work with this system.

What was substantially different? Different numbering of the paths? Big deal, plenty of Trees have been used by different traditions with different success. Different associations of stoicheia on the paths? Crowley himself changed the Star and Emperor, and thus their stoicheia, around on the Golden Dawn Tree. Different paths towards the top? Even the Golden Dawn had the use of several Trees, as did the Jewish kabbalists before them.

Paul, MN: Llewellyn, , pp. Like Greek letters, Hebrew letters have their own symbolism and biographies, with whole personalities and worlds within each letter. Greek letters have the same, tailored just for themselves and not borrowed from another script. To borrow the meanings of Hebrew kabbalistic practice, though, into Greek wholesale is folly. Post navigation.

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Low to High Price: See details for additional description. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Becoming by Michelle Obama Hardcover Book 3. Enter your email address: Skip to main content. It also helped that my husband is a Classicist, so I kept him on hand throughout most of the book I only read it when he was home so he could answer any questions I had. He includes chart after chart of associations that I would originally copy in my journal but then I realized that he barrt it all in the back, which is super cool and very useful and I appreciate it. Posted by Amanda Morris at 7: Includes are appendices for tables of alphabetic symbolism, a list of authors, and a numeric dictionary of Greek words, which represents the largest collection of gematria in print.

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The Greek Qabalah: Alphabetical Mysticism and Numerology in the Ancient World

Shelves: religious-non-fiction-misc I was attracted to this book by its strange title; is there a Greek Qabalah? The author quickly apologizes for the anachronistic title, which made me wonder why he simply did not name the book The Greek Origins of Qabalah, which, though less sensational, would have been a more accurate description of what this book is about. Once over this little bump, the book flowed nicely. Like most people, I suppose, I was particularly interested in the most famous instance of gematria, the number of I was attracted to this book by its strange title; is there a Greek Qabalah? At any rate this was a minor quirk in the midst of dozens of interesting examples of gematria and other numerological techniques from the ancient world. As an added bonus, there is a table at the end giving the numerical values of various Greek names and phrases for modern mystics. Basically his dissertation reprinted but nothing is fleshed out with no outside substantiating evidence given.

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