Summary Upon The Word Yodhevauhe

The Yod

The active principle pre-eminent.

The He

The passive principle pre-eminent.

The Vau

The Median letter, the link, which unites the active to the passive.

The Affinity between the Ego and the Non-Ego = 6.

These three letters express the Trinitarian law of the Absolute.

The 2nd He The second He marks the passage from one world to another. The Transition.

This second He represents the complete Being, comprising in one Absolute Unity the three letters which compose it: Ego, Non-Ego, Affinity.

It indicates the passage from the noumenal to the phenomenal or reciprocal; it serves as means of ascension from one scale to another.

REPRESENTATION OF THE SACRED WORD. The word Yod-he-vau-he can be represented in various ways, which are all useful. The circle can be drawn in this way--

1st he n vau S

But since the second He, the sign of transition, becomes the active entity in the following scale, i. e. since this He only represents ayod in germ, 1 the sacred word can be represented, with the second he under the first yod, thus--

yod 1st he vau

2nd he

1st he n

Lastly, a third method of representing the word consists in enveloping the Trinity, Yod-he-vau, with the tonalisating letter, or second He, thus--

Now we will leave these data, to which we must return later on, and speak of the occult or Pythagorean conception of numbers.


17:1 "It appears, according to the most famous rabbis, that Moses himself, foreseeing the fate which awaited his book, and the false interpretations which would be given to it in the course of time, resorted to an oral law, which he delivered verbally to reliable men, whose fidelity he had tested, and whom he charged to transmit it to others in the secret of the sanctuary, who in their turn, transmitting it from age to age, secured its preservation even for the most distant posterity. This oral law, which modern Jews still flatter themselves that they possess, is called the Kabbalah, from a Hebrew word which signifies that which is received, that which comes from elsewhere, that which passes from hand to hand."--FABRE D'OLIVET, La Langue Hébraïque Restituée, p. 29.

18:1 This name presents first the sign which indicates life, repeated twice, and thus forming the essentially living root EE (RR). This root is never used as a noun, and is the only one which enjoys this prerogative. It is from its formation not only a verb, but a unique verb, from which all the others are merely derivations; in short, the verb RSR (EVE), to be, being. Here, as we can see, and as I have carefully explained in my grammar the sign of intelligible light S (VÔ) is placed in the midst of the root of life. Moses, when using this unique verb to form the proper name of the Being of Beings, added to it the sign of potential manifestation and of eternity, ' (I); he thus obtained TilR (IEVE), in which the facultative Being is placed between a past tense without origin, and a future without limit. This admirable word thus exactly signifies the Being who is, who was, and who will be."--FABRE D'OLIVET, La Langue Hébraïque Restituée.

19:1 See the Kabbala Denudata.

19:2 Translated into English by Dr. Wynn Westcott.

19:3 See the Kabbala Denudata.

20:1 See Kircher, Œdipus ^gyptiacus; See Lenain, La Science Kabbalistique; See J. Dée, Monas Hieroglyphica.

20:2 See Saint-Martin, Des rapports qui existent entre Dieu, l'Homme et l'Univers. See Lacuria, Harmonies de l'Être exprimées par les nombres.

21:1 See Eliphas Levi, Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie; la Clef des Grands Mystères;--Lacuria, op. cit.

21:2 See Fabre d'Olivet, La Langue Hébraïque Restituée. 22:1 See Louis Lucas, Le Roman alchimique.

"Prœter hœc tria numera non est alia magnitudo, quod tria sunt omnia, et ter undecunque, ut pythagorici dicunt; omne et omnia tribus determinata sunt"--ARISTOTLE. (Quoted by Ostrowski, page 24 of his Mathèse.)

22:2 Ostrowski has seen this clearly. "The passage of 3 in 4 corresponds to that of the Trimurti in Maïa, and as the latter opens the second ternary of the pregenesetic decade, so the figure 4 opens that of the second ternary of our genesetic decimal."--Mathèse, p. 25.

24:1 The second He, upon which we are intentionally dwelling at some length, may be compared to a grain of wheat relatively to the p. 25 ear. The ear, the Trinity, manifest or yod-he-vau, exerts all its activity in the production of the grain of wheat, or second He. But this grain of wheat is only the transition between the ear which gave it birth, and the ear to which it will itself give birth in the following generation. It is the transition between one generation and another which it contains in germ; this is why the second He is a Yod in germ.

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