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Qabalistic numerology is called Gematria. This involves nothing more than taking the numerical value of each Hebrew letter in a word, and adding those values together. Theoretically, words of the same total value bear some conceptual relationship, although the principle can be taken to absurd extremes. Gematria can be a petty trap.
We are dealing with the language of symbols. And if one seeks a language for the elucidation of daily problems of worldly folk then the meanings to be found in any cartomancy book may serve very well, however arbitrary they may seem. If one seeks higher wisdom then one may do better to go to the classical systems of Pythagorean numerology or Qabalah for a language that can do justice to the concepts involved. The strength of the Tarot is that it can cater for either approach equally well.
The messages which descend from the world of Pure Spirit become symbolic in the astral plane. These symbols are interpreted according to the Law of Philosophical Analogy, the Law of Analogy of Opposites, the Law of Correspondences and Numerology. Study the Book of Daniel and the biblical passages of the Patriarch Joseph, son of Jacob, so that you may be able to learn to interpret your astral experiences.
The apprentice should read the entire Handbook through once then start at the beginning and pursue all the exercises at his or her own pace. For the more experienced student, there are interesting exercises and theories relating the Tarot to the Cabala, Astrology and Gnothology, or esoteric Numerology.
The COMPARISON CHART is set up similarly to those for the Minor and Court Mentors. In the section governed by YOD, you will find the TETRAGRAMMATON, PRINCIPLE and EXPRESSION references, as covered in the last chapter. And in the first HE section, ASTROLOGY and GNOTHOLOCY are included as before. Both of these occult sciences are closely tied to theTarot, but there is no room to go into either in detail at this point. They are included mainly for those of you already advanced in Astrology and esoteric Numerology, so that you can understand more fully their interrelationships with the Tarot. The beginning student need not be concerned about these references-
In numerology the meaning of the number 9 is absolute passivity. Thus the hermit is also completely passive within himself. He has become totally detached and does not participate in worldly activities. If he performs his everyday duties at this level of consciousness, his motives are utterly unselfish. The number 9 has several strange qualities. For instance, if we add it to another number, whether high or low, this will not change the sum of the digits. Let us take as our first example the low number 17. The sum of the digits is 8. If we add 9 to 17 the result is 26. Again, the sum of the digits is 8. Now let us take the higher number 435. The sum of the digits is 12, by numerological reduction, 3. If we now add 9 to 435, the result is 444. The sum of the digits is again 12 and 3 respectively. If we add any number to the number 9, the sum of the digits always remains constant. The number 9 shows another strange characteristic if we conduct the following experiment make a vertical...
One of the most important ideas to be added by late medieval scholars was that numerological links could be found between words (and thus between concepts) using Gematria. The introduction of Gematria served two purposes. First, it helped to assure that scribes would spell names precisely as received second, it tended to serve as an incentive for serious meditation on the Names.
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