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STEP EIGHT. Now visualize the brilliant white circle expanding up and down to form a sphere above, below and all around you. What you have done is create a sphere in brilliant white all around you with electric blue pentagrams at the quarters which have been charged and sealed with names of God.

In most major cities of the United States there are newspapers which are given away (the ads pay all the costs), and they frequently have listings of events going on in the community. As a result of those listings I have twice gone to see Jewish "scholars," who were allegedly Rabbis, talk on the Kabalah. Both times were wastes and showed that these men knew nothing of the Kabalah, or at least thought so little of their audiences that they chose to share none of their knowledge. One even went so far as to tell his primarily Jewish audience to forget about the Kabalah because Jews should only believe in one God and while "the Christians have given us three Gods (referring to the Christian Trinity of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit), the Kabalists have given us ten (referring to the ten names of God on the Tree of life). This shows a total lack of understanding which must be cleared up now. Either that or these "scholars" must explain why the most famous and important historical Rabbis, such as Isaac Luria and Baal Shem Tov, were "polytheistic" Kabalists.

The Kabalah is a monotheistic tradition. In the Kabalah, the ultimate divine Source is beyond the comprehension of our mortal minds. But we can know and become in harmony with parts or aspects of the whole. These various aspects axe-represented by the different God names.

Let's compare this notion of the Divine to a very down-to-earth person whom well call John Smith.

1. His mother calls him "son."

2. His wife calls him "dear."

3. His daughter calls him "Daddy."

4. His son calls him "Dad."

5. His boss calls him "Smith."

6. His friends call him "Smitty."

7. His co-workers call him "John."

8. Old friends call him by his childhood nickname, "Binkey."

9. His mistress calls him "Honey-poo."

10. His business customers call him "Mr. Smith."

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Fundamentals of Magick

Fundamentals of Magick

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