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PROLEGOMENA
SYMBOLICA
AD SYSTEMAM
SCEPTICO-MYSTICÆ
V IÆ E XPLICANDÆ
FUNDAMENTUM
H IEROGLYPHICUM
S ANCTISSIMORUM
SCIENTÆ SUMMÆ
THE TREE OF LIFE

COL. XII. This arrangement is the basis of the whole


system of this book. Besides the 10 numbers and the
22 letters, it is divisible into 3 columns, 4 planes, 7
planes, 7 palaces, etc. etc.8

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CORRESPONDENCES
TABLE I

I. II.* III. IV.* V.*


Key Hebrew Names
Consciousness
Scale. of Numbers English of Col. II. God-Names in Assiah.
of the Adept.
and Letters.
}wa Ain Nothing
0 [ws }ya Ain Soph No Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rwa [ws }ya Ain Soph Aur Limitless L.V.X
1 * rtk Kether Crown* awh hyha
2 * hmkj Chokmah Wisdom hy
3 * hnyb Binah Understanding \yhla hwhy
4 * dsj Chesed Mercy la
5 * hrwbg Geburah Strength rwbg \yhla
6 * trapt Tiphareth Beauty tudw hwla hwhy
7 jxn Netzach Victory twabx hwhy
8 dwh Hod Splendour twaxb \yhla
9 * dwsy Yesod Foundation yj la ydc
10 * rwklm Malkuth Kingdom ]lm ynda
11 [la Aleph Ox hwhy
12 tib Beth House (8) hgwbza
13 lmg Gimel Camel (81) \yla (9) hd
14 tld Daleth Door (7) aha
hh Hé
15
16 ww Vau
Window
Nail
-ª ¾A ÊA ±ŸœA ¾ ÊA -ª
17 }yz Zain Sword
18 tyj Cheth Fence
19 tyf Teth Serpent
20 dvy Yod Hand
21 [k Kaph Palm (34) ba la (4) aba
22 dml Lamed Ox Goad
23 \ym Maim Water la
24 }wn Nun Fish
25 ]ms Samekh Prop
26 }yu Ayin Eye
27 hp Pé Mouth (65) ynda
28 ydx Tzaddi Fish-hook
29 [wq Qoph Back of head
30 cyr Resh Head (36) hla
31 }yc Shin Tooth \yhla
32 wt Tau Tau (as Egyptian) (15) hy (3) ba
32 bis wt Tau . . . . . . . . . [{rah] ynda
31 bis }yc Shin . . . . . . . . . [alga : hyha] hwchy

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VI. VII. VIII.*

The Heavens of Assiah. English of Col. VI. Orders of Qliphoth.

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 \ylglgh Rashith ha-Gilgalim Sphere of Primum Mobile (1) laymwat Thaumiel


tycar
2 twlzm Mazloth Sphere of the Zodiac (1) lawgwu Ghagiel
3 yatbc Shabbathai Sphere of Saturn (1) layratas Satariel
4 qdx Tzedeq Sphere of Jupiter (2) hlksug Gha’agsheklah
5 \ydam Madim Sphere of Mars (3) bjlwg Golachab
6 cmc Shemesh Sphere of Sol (4) }wryrgt Thagiriron
7 hgn Nogah Sphere ofVenus (5) qrz bru A’arab Zaraq
8 kbwk Kokab Sphere of Mercury (6) lams Samael
9 hnbl Levanah Sphere of Luna (7) laymg Gamaliel
10 twdwsy \lj Cholem Yesodoth Sphere of the Elements (7) tylyl Lilith
11 jwr Ruach Air [Elements. See Col. LXVIII.]
[Planets follow Sephiroth,
12 Mercury [Planets follow Sephiroth]
corresponding]
13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Venus . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15 hlt Teleh Aries B * }wryryub Ba’airiron
16 rwc Shar Taurus E }wrymyda Adimiron
17 \ynwat Teonim Gemini }wrymillx Tzalalimiron
18 }frs Sarton Cancer C }wryrjyc Shichiriron
19 hyra Ari Leo B }wrybhlc Shalehbiron
20 hlwtb Betulah Virgo E }wryrpx Tzaphiriron
21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jupiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22 \ynzam Moznaim Libra D }wryrybu A’abiriron
23 \ym Maim Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24 brqu Akrab Scorpio C }wrytcjn Necheshthiron
25 tcq Qesheth Sagittarius B }wrycjn Necheshiron
26 ydg Gedi Capricorn E }wrygdgd Dagdagiron
27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mars . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28 yld Deli Aquarius D }wrymyhb Bahimiron
29 \ygd Dagim Pisces C }wrymycn Nashimiron
30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sol . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 ca Ash Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturn . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32 bis }ra Aretz Earth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 bis ta Ath Spirit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE I (continued)

IX. X. XI.* XII.*


The Sword and the Mystic Numbers Elements (with their
The Tree of Life.
Serpent of the Sephiroth Planetary Rulers).

0 . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 1 Root of D 1st Plane, Middle Pillar


downward course of the Sephir -

Kether and its point in Malkuth.


The Flaming Sword follows the

2 3 Root of B 2nd Plane, Right Pillar


Lightning Fla sh. Its hilt is in

Root of C 2nd Plane, Left Pillar


oth, and is compared to the

3 6
4 10 C 3rd Plane, Right Pillar
5 15 B 3rd Plane, Left Pillar
6 21 D 4th Plane, Middle Pillar
7 28 B 5th Plane, Right Pillar
8 36 C 5th Plane, Left Pillar
9 45 D 6th Plane, Middle Pillar
10 55 E 7th Plane, Middle Pillar
11 66 Hot and Moist D Path joins 1 – 2
upwards, its head being thus in a, its tails in t. a, m, and c are the
Mother letters, referring to the Elements; b, g, d, k, p, r, and t, the

12 78 . . . . . . . . . . ” 1–3
Double letters, to the Planets;the rest, Single letters, to the Zodiac.
The Serpent of Wisdom follows the course of the paths or letters

13 91 . . . . . . . . . . ” 1–6
14 105 . . . . . . . . . . ” 2–3
15 120 ! B & ” 2–6
16 136 $ E = ” 2–4
17 153 ' D # ” 3–6
18 171 % C ” 3–5
19 190 ! B & ” 4–5
20 210 $ E = ” 4–6
21 231 . . . . . . . . . . ” 4–7
22 253 ' D # ” 5–6
23 276 Cold and moist C ” 5–8
24 300 % C ” 6–7
25 325 ! B & ” 6–9
26 351 $ E = ” 6–8
27 378 . . . . . . . . . . ” 7–8
28 406 ' D # ” 7–9
29 435 % C ” 7 – 10
30 465 . . . . . . . . . . ” 8–9
31 496 Hot and dry B ” 8 – 10
32 528 . . . . . . . . . . ” 9 – 10
32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cold and dry E . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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XIII. XIV. XV.*


The King Scale of Colour
The Paths of the Sepher Yetzirah. General Attribution of Tarot.
(y).

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 Admirable or Hidden Intelligence The 4 Aces Brilliance


2 Illuminating I. The 4 Twos—Kings or Knights Pure soft blue
3 Sanctifying I. The 4 Threes—Queens Crimson
4 Measuring Cohesive or Receptacular I. The 4 Fours Deep violet
5 Radical I. The 4 Fives Orange
The 4 Sixes—Emperors or
6 I. of the Mediating Influence Clear pink rose
Princes
7 Occult or Hidden I. The 4 Sevens Amber
8 Absolute or Perfect I. The 4 Eights Violet purple
9 Pure or Clear I. The 4 Nines Indigo
The 4 Tens—Empresses or
10 Resplendent I. Yellow
Princesses
The Fool—[Swords] Emperors
11 Scintillating I. Bright pale yellow
or Princes
12 I. of Transparency The Juggler Yellow
13 Uniting I. The High Priestess Blue
14 Illuminating I. The Empress Emerald green
15 Constituting I. The Emperor Scarlet
16 Triumphal or Eternal One The Hierophant Red orange
17 Disposing One The Lovers Orange
18 I. of the House of Influence The Chariot Amber
I. of all the Activities of the Spiritual Strength Yellow, greenish
19
Being
20 I. of Will Hermit Green, yellowish
21 I. of Conciliation Wheel of Fortune Violet
22 Faithful I. Justice Emerald green
The Hanged Man—[Cups] Deep blue
23 Stable I.
Queens.
24 Imaginative I. Death Green blue
25 I. of Probation or Tentative One Temperence Blue
26 Renovating I. The Devil Indigo
27 Exciting I. The House of God Scarlet
28 Natural I. The Star Violet
29 Corporeal I. The Moon Crimson (ultra violet)
30 Collecting I. The Sun Orange
The Angel or Last Judgement—
31 Perpetual I. Glowing orange scarlet
[Wands] Kings or Knights.
32 Administrative I. The Universe Indigo
Citrine, russet, olive, and
32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Empresses [Coins]
black (quartered)
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All 22 Trumps White, merging Grey

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TABLE I (continued)

XVI.* XVII.* XVIII.*


The Queen Scale of Colour The Emperor Scale of Colour
The Empress Scale of Colour (#).
(h). (v).

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 White brilliance White brilliance White flecked gold


Blue pearl grey, like mother-of White, flecked red, blue, and
2 Grey
pearl yellow
3 Black Dark brown Grey flecked pink
4 Blue Deep purple Deep azure flecked yellow
5 Scarlet red Bright scarlet Red flecked black
6 Yellow (gold) Rich salmon Gold amber
7 Emerald Bright yellow green Olive flecked gold
8 Orange Red-russet Yellow-brown flecked white
9 Violet Very dark purple Citrine flecked azure
Citrine, olive, russet, and As Queen scale, but flecked Black rayed yellow
10
black* with gold
11 Sky blue Blue emerald green Emerald flecked gold
12 Purple Grey Indigo rayed violet
13 Silver Cold pale blue Silver rayed sky-blue
Bright rose of cerise rayed pale
14 Sky blue Early spring green
yellow
15 Red Brilliant flame Glowing red
16 Deep indigo Deep warm olive Rich brown
17 Pale Mauve New yellow leather Reddish grey inclined to mauve
18 Maroon Rich bright russet Dark greenish brown
19 Deep purple Grey Reddish amber
20 Slate grey Green grey Plum colour
21 Blue Rich purple Bright blue rayed yellow
22 Blue Deep blue-green Pale green
23 Sea-green Deep olive-green White flecked purple
Livid indigo brown (like a black
24 Dull brown Very dark brown
beetle)
25 Yellow Green Dark vivid blue
26 Black Blue black Cold dark grey near black
27 Red Venetian red Bright red rayed azure or orange
28 Sky blue Blueish mauve White tinged purple
29 Buff, flecked silver-white Light translucent pinksh brown Stone colour
30 Gold yellow Rich amber Amber rayed red
Vermillion flecked crimson &
31 Vermillion Scarlet, flecked gold
emerald
32 Black Blue black Black rayed blue
32 bis Amber Dark brown Black and yellow
The 7 prismatic colours, the White, red, yellow, blue, black (the
31 bis Deep purple (near black)
violet being outside latter outside)

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XIX.* XX. XXI.*


Complete Practical
Selection of Egyptian Gods. Attribution of The Perfected Man.
Egyptian Gods.

0 Harpocrates, Amoun, Nuith [[Nuit and Heru-pa-Kraath Nu—the Hair


Hadit]]
1 Ptah, Asar un Nefer, Hadith [[Heru-Ra-Ha]] Ptah
Disk (of Ra)—the Face.
2 Amoun, Thoth, Nuith [Zodiac] Isis [As Wisdom]
[In Daath, Asi—the Neck]
3 Maut, Isis, Nephthys Nephthys
4 Amoun, Isis [[Hathoor]] Amoun
5 Horus, Nephthys Horus } Neith—the Arms
The Mighty and Terrible
6 Asar, Ra [[On, Hrumachis]] Ra
One—the Breast
7 Hathoor Hathoor The Lords of Kereba—the
8 Anubis Thoth } Reins. Nuit—the Hips and
Legs.
Shu [[Hermanubis, all exclusively phallic Asar and Asi—the Phallus and
9 Shu
Gods]] Vulva. Sati—the Spine
Seb. Lower (i.e. unwedded) Isis and Neph- The Eye of Hoor—the
10 Osiris
thys. [[Sphinx as synthesis of Elements]] Buttocks and Anus
11 Nu [[Hoor-pa-kraat as ATU 0]] Mout As 6
12 Thoth and Cynocephalus Thoth Anpu—the Lips
13 Chomse Chomse Hathor—the Left Eye
14 Hathor Hathoor Khenti-Khas—the Left Nostril
15 Men Thu Isis
16 Asar, Ameshet, Apis Osiris Ba-Neb-Tattu—The Shoulders
17 Various twin Deities, Rekht, Merti, &c.
The twin Merti . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[[Heru-Ra-Ha]]
18 Khephra Hormakhu . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19 Ra-Hoor-Khuit, Pasht, Sekhet, Mau Horus As 6.
20 Isis [as Virgin] Heru-pa-Kraath . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21 Amoun-Ra Amoun-Ra Apu-t—the Left Ear
22 Ma Maat . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23 Tum, Ptah, Auramoth (as C), Asar (as I#qhourey As 24
Hanged Man), Hekar, Isis [[Hathor]]
24 Merti goddesses, Typhon, Apep, Khephra Hammemit Sekhet—the Belly and Back
25 Nephthys Arwueri# . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 Khem (Set) Set As 10, for u means Eye
27 Horus Menqu Khenti-Khas—the Right Nostril
28 Ahepi, Aroueris Nuit The Lords of Kereba—the Reins
29 Khephra (as Scarab in Tarot Trump) Anubi
30 Ra and many others Ra Hathor—the Right Eye
Thoum-Aesh-Neith, Mau, Kabeshunt,
31 Mau [Serqet—the Teeth.] As 6.
Horus, Tarpesheth.
32 Sebek, Mako See Note * Apu-t—the Right Ear
32 bis Satem, Ahapshi, Nephthys, Ameshet . . . . . . . . . \yyj \yla—the Bones. As 16
31 bis Asar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE I (continued)

XXII. XXIII.*
Small selection of Hindu Deities. The Forty Buddhist Meditations.

Nothing and Neither P nor p' F


0 AUM Space F
Consciousness F
Parabrahm (or any other whom one wishes to
1 please) [[Shiva, Brahma]] Indifference S
Shiva, Vishnu (as Buddha avatars), Akasa (as
2 matter), Lingam Joy S
3 Bhavani (all forms of Sakti), Prana (as Force), Yoni Compassion S
4 Indra, Brahma Friendliness S
5 Vishnu, Varruna-Avatar Death R
6 Vishu-Hari-Krishna-Rama Buddha R
7 [[Bhavani, etc.]] The Gods R
8 Hanuman Analysis into 4 Elements A
9 Ganesha, Vishnu (Kurm Avatar) Dhamma R
Sangha R
10 Lakshmi, &c. [Kundalini] { The Body R
11 The Maruts [Vayu] Wind K
12 Hanuman, Vishnu (as Parasa-Rama) Yellow K
13 Chandra (as =) Loathsomeness of Food P
14 Lalita (sexual aspect of Sakti) Dark Blue K
15 Shiva Bloody Corpse I
16 Shiva (Sacred Bull) Beaten and Scattered Corpse I
17 Various twin and hybrid Deities White K
18 [[Krishna]] Worm-eaten Corpse I
19 Vishnu (Nara-Singh Avatar) Gnawed by Wild Beasts Corpse I
20 The Gopi girls, the Lord of Yoga Bloated Corpse I
21 Brahma, Indra Liberality R
22 Yama Hacked in Pieces Corpse I
23 Soma [apas] Water K
24 Kundalini [[Yama]] Skeleton Corpse I
25 Vishnu (Horse-Avatar) Limited Aperture K
26 Lingam, Yoni Putrid Corpse I
27 [[Krishna]] Blood-red K
28 [[The Maruts]] Purple Corpse I
29 Vishnu (Matsya Avatar) Conduct R
30 Agni [Tejas], Yama [as God of Last Judgement] Light K
31 Surya (as !) Fire K
32 Brahma Quiescence R
32 bis [Prithivi] Earth K
31 bis [Akasa] Breathing R

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XXIV. XXV.- XXXIII. XXXIV.


XXXII. Some
Certain of the Hindu and
Scandinavian Some Greek Gods.
Buddhist Results.
Gods.
Nerodha-samapatti,
. . . . . .
0 Nirvikalpa-samadhi, Shiva . . . . . . Pan.
.
darshana.
Unity with Brahma, Atma
z1 darshana Wotan Zeus, Iacchus
2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Odin Athena, Uranus [[Hermes]]
Cybele, Demeter, Rhea, Heré,
3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frigga [[Psyché, Kronos]]
4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wotan Poseidon [[Zeus]]
5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . We have insufficient knowledge of the attributions of Assyrian, Syrian, Mongolian, Tibetan, Thor Ares, Hades
Iacchus, Apollo, Adonis
6 Vishvarupa-darshana . . . . . . [[Dionysus, Bacchus]]
7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freya Aphrodité, Niké
8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Odin, Loki Hermes
Zeus (as D), Diana of Epheus (as
9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . phallic stone [[and =]]) [[Eros]]
Vision of the “Higher Self,”
10 the various Dhyanas or . . . . . . Persephone, [Adonis], Psyché
Jhanas
Mexican, Zend, South Sea, West African &c.

11 Vaya-Bhawana Valkyries Zeus


12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hermes
13 Vision of Chandra . . . . . . Artemis, Hekaté
14 Success in Bhaktioga Freya Aphrodité
15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athena
Success in Hathayoga, Asana
16 and Prana-yama . . . . . . [Heré]
Castor and Pollux, Apollo the
17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diviner [[Eros]]
18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apollo the Charioteer
19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Demeter [borne by lions]
20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Attis]
21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zeus
Themis, Minos, Aeacus and
22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhadamanthus
23 Apo-Bhawana . . . . . . Poseidon
24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ares [[Apollo the Pythean, Thanatos]]
25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apollo, Artemis (hunters)
26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pan, Priapus [Erect Hermes and
. . . . . . Bacchus]
27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuisco Ares, [[Athena]]
28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Athena] Ganymede
29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poseidon [[Hermes Psychopompos]]
30 Vision of Surya . . . . . . Helios, Apollo
31 Agni-Bhawana . . . . . . Hades
32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Athena]
32 bis Prithiva-Bhawana . . . . . . [Demeter] [[Gaia]]
31 bis Vision of the Higher Self, . . . . . . Iacchus
Prana-yama.

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TABLE I (continued)

XXXV. XXXVI. XXXVII.


Selection of Christian Gods (10); Hindu
Some Roman Gods. Apostles (12); Evangelists (4) Legendary
and Churches of Asia (7). Demons.

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 Jupiter God the 3 in 1


2 Janus [[Mercury]] God the Father, God who guides Parliament
3 Juno, Cybele, Hecate, &c. The Virgin Mary
4 Jupiter [[Libitina]] God the Rain-make (vide Prayer-book), God the
Farmer’s Friend
5 Mars Christ coming to Judge the World
6 Apollo [[Bacchus, Aurora]] God the Son (and Maker of fine Weather)
7 Venus Messiah, Lord of Hosts (vide Prayer-book, R.
Kipling, &c.)
8 Mercury God the Holy Ghost (as Comforter and Inspirer
of Scripture), God the Healer of Plagues
9 Diana (as =) [[Terminus,
Jupiter]] God the Holy Ghost (as Incubus)
10 Ceres Ecclesia Xsti, the Virgin Mary
11 Jupiter [[Juno, Æolus]] Matthew
12 Mercury Sardis
13 Diana Laodicea

[Insufficient information.]
14 Venus Thyatira
15 Mars, Minerva [The Disciples are too indefinite]
16 Venus [[Hymen]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
17 Castor and Pollux, [Janus]
[[Hymen]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18 Mercury [[Lares and Penates]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19 Venus (repressing the Fire of
Vulcan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20 [Attis], Ceres, Adonis [[Vesta,
Flora]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21 Jupiter, [Pluto] Philadelphia
22 Vulcan [[Venus, Nemesis]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23 Neptune [[Rhea]] John, Jesus as Hanged Man
24 Mars [[Mors]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25 Diana (as Archer) [[Iris]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 Pan, Vesta, Bacchus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27 Mars Pergamos
28 Juno [[Æolus]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29 Neptune . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30 Apollo [[Ops]] Smyrna
31 Vulcan, Pluto Mark
32 Saturn [[Terminus, Astræa]] Ephesus
32 bis Ceres Luke
31 bis [Liber] [[Bacchus]] The Holy Ghost

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XXXVIII.* XXXIX.*
Animals, Real and Imaginary. Plants, Real and Imaginary.

0 [[Dragon]] [[Lotus, Rose]]

1 God [[Swan, Hawk]] Almond in Flower [[Banyan]]


2 Man Amaranth [[Mistletoe, Bo or Pipal Tree]]
3 Woman [[Bee]] Cypress, Opium Poppy [[Lotus, Lily, Ivy]]
4 Unicorn Olive, Shamrock [[Opium Poppy]]
5 Basilisk Oak, Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Hickory]]
Acacia, Bay, Laurel, Vine [[Oak, Gorse, Ash,
6 Phœnix, Lion, Child [[Spider, Pelican]]
Aswata]]
7 Iynx [[Raven, all carrion birds]] Rose [[Laurel]]
Hermaphrodite, Jackal [[Twin serpents, Moly, Anhalonium Lewinii
8
Monoceros de Astris]]
[Banyan], Mandrake, Damiana [[Ginseng,
9 Elephant [[Tortoise, Toad]] Yohimba]]
10 Sphinx Willow, Lily, Ivy [[Pomegranete, all cereals]]
11 Eagle, Man (Cherub of D) [[Ox]] Aspen
Swallow, Ibis, Ape [[Twin Serpents, fish, Vervain, Herb Mercury, Major-lane, Palm [[Lime or
12
hybrids]] Linden]]
Almond, Mugwort, Hazel (as =), Moonwort,
13 Dog [[Stork, Camel]]
Ranunculus [[Alder, Pomegranete]]
14 Sparrow, Dove [[Sow]] Myrtle, Rose, Clover [[Fig, Peach, Apple]]
15 Ram, Owl Tiger Lily, Geranium [[Olive]]
16 Bull (Cherub of E) Mallow [[all giant trees]]
17 Magpie, hybrids [[Parrot, Zebra, Penguin]] Hybrids, Orchids
Crab, Turtle, Sphinx [[Whale, all beasts of
18 Lotus
Transport]]
19 Lion (Cherub of B) [[Cat, Tiger, Serpent]] Sunflower
Virgin, Anchorite, any solitary person or
20 Snowdrop, Lily, Narcissus [[Mistletoe]]
animal [[Rhinoceros]]
21 Eagle [[Praying Mantis]] Hyssop, Oak, Poplar, Fig [[Arnica, Cedar]]
22 Elephant [[Spider]] Aloe
23 Eagle-Snake-Scorpion (Cherub of C) Lotus, all Water Plants
Scorpio, Beetle, Crayfish or Lobster, Wolf
24 Cactus [[Nettle, all poisonous plants]]
[[all Reptiles, Shark, Crablouse]]
25 Centaur, Horse, Hippogriff, Dog Rush
26 Goat, Ass [[Oyster]] Indian Hemp, Orchis Root, Thistle [[Yohimba]]
27 Horse, Bear, Wolf [[Boar]] Absinthe, Rue
28 Man or Eagle (Cherub of D), Peacock [Olive], Cocoanut
29 Fish, Dolphin [[Beetle, Dog, Jackal]] Unicellular Organisms, Opium [[Mangrove]]
30 Lion, Sparrowhawk [[Leopard]] Sunflower, Laural, Heliotrop [[Nut, Galangal]]
31 Lion (Cherub of B) Red Poppy, Hibiscus, Nettle
32 Crocodile Ash, Cypress, Hellebore, Yew, Nightshade [[Elm]]
32 bis Bull (Cherub of E) Oak, Ivy [[Cereals]]
31 bis Sphinx (if sworded and crowned) Almond in Flower

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TABLE I (continued)

XL.* XLI. CLXXXVII.


Magical Formulæ
Precious Stones. Magical Weapons.
(see Col. XLI)

LASTAL.
0 [[Star Sapphire, Black Diamond]] [[No attribution possible]]
M....M
Swastika or Fylfot Cross, Crown [[The
1 Diamond . . . . . . . . . .
Lamp]]
Lingam, the Inner Robe of Glory [[The
2 Star Ruby, Turquoise VIAOV
Word]]
Yoni, the Outer Robe of Concealment BABALON.
3 Star Sapphire, Pearl
[[The Cup, the Shining Star]] VITRIOL
4 Amethyst, Sapphire [[Lapis Lazuli]] The Wand, Sceptre, or Crook IHVH
5 Ruby The Sword, Spear, Scourge, or Chain AGLA. ALHIM
ABRAHADABRA.
6 Topaz, Yellow Diamond The Lamen or Rosy Cross
IAO: INRI
7 Emerald The Lamp and Girdle ARARITA
8 Opal, especially Fire Opal The Names and Versicles and Apron . . . . . . . . . .
The Perfumes and Sandals [[The Altar
9 Quartz ALIM
and Sacrifice]]
10 Rock Crystal The Magical Circle and Triangle VITRIOL
11 Topaz The Dagger or Fan . . . . . . . . . .
12 Opal, Agate The Wand or Caduceus . . . . . . . . . .
13 Moonstone, Pearl, Crystal Bow and Arrow ALIM
14 Emerald, Turquoise The Girdle AGAPH
15 Ruby The Horns, Energy, the Burin . . . . . . . . . .
16 The Labour of Preparation [[The
Topaz . . . . . . . . . .
Throne and Altar]]
17 Alexandrite, Tourmaline, Iceland Spar The Tripod . . . . . . . . . .
18 Amber The Furnace [[The Cup or Holy Graal]] ABRAHADABRA
The Discipline (Preliminary) [[Phœnix
19 Cat’s Eye TO MEGA QHRION
Wand]]
The Lamp and Wand (Virile Force
20 Peridot . . . . . . . . . .
reserved), the Bread [[Lotus Wand]]
21 Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli The Sceptre . . . . . . . . . .
22 Emerald The Cross of Equilibrium . . . . . . . . . .
The Cup and Cross of Suffering, the
23 Beryl or Aquamarine . . . . . . . . . .
Wine [[Water of Lustration]]
24 Snakestone The Pain of the Obligation [[The Oath]] AUMGN
The Arrow (swift and straight appli-
25 Jacinth ON
cation of force)
26 Black Diamond The Secret Force, Lamp ON
27 Ruby, any red stone The Sword . . . . . . . . . .
28 Artificial Glass [[Chalcedony]] The Censer or Aspergillus . . . . . . . . . .
The Twilight of the Place and Magic
29 Pearl . . . . . . . . . .
Mirror
30 Crysolith The Lamen or Bow and Arrow IAO : INRI
The Wand or Lamp, Pyramid of B
31 Fire Opal . . . . . . . . . .
[[The Thurible]]
32 Onyx A Sickle . . . . . . . . . .
32 bis Salt The Pantacle or [[Bread and]] Salt . . . . . . . . . .
31 bis Black Diamond [[The Winged Egg]] . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

XLII.* XLIII.* XLIV.*

Perfumes. Vegetable Drugs. Mineral Drugs.

0 [[No attribution possible]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carbon

1 Ambergris Elixir Vitæ Aur. Pot.


2 Musk Hashish [[Cocaine]] Phosphorus
3 Myrrh, Civet Belladonna, Soma Silver
4 Cedar Opium . . . . . . . .
5 Tobacco Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Cocaine, Atropine]] Iron, Sulphur
6 Olibanum Stramonium, Alcohol, Digitalis, Coffee . . . . . . . .
7 Benzoin, Rose, Red Sandal Damiana, Cannabis Indica [[Anhalonium]] Arsenic
8 Storax Anhalonium Lewinii [[Cannabis Indica]] Mercury
9 Jasmine, Jinseng, all Odoriferous Lead
Orchid Root
Roots
10 Dittany of Crete Corn Mag. Sulph.
11 Galbanum Peppermint . . . . . . . .
Mastic, White Sandal, [[Nutmeg]],
12 Mace, Storax, all Fugitive Odours. All cerebral excitants Mercury
Menstrual Blood, Camphor, Aloes, all
13 Sweet Virginal Odours Jupiter, Pennyroyal, & all emmenogogues . . . . . . . .
14 Sandalwood, Myrtle, all Soft Volup- . . . . . . . .
tuous Odours All aphrodisiacs
15 Dragon’s Blood All cerebral excitants . . . . . . . .
16 Storax Sugar . . . . . . . .
17 Wormwood Ergot and ecbolics . . . . . . . .
18 Onycha Watercress . . . . . . . .
19 Olibanum All carminatives and tonics . . . . . . . .
20 Narcissus All anaphrodisiacs . . . . . . . .
21 Saffron, all Generous Odours Cocaine . . . . . . . .
22 Galbanum Tobacco . . . . . . . .
23 Onycha, Myrrh Caseara, all purges Sulphates
24 Siamese Benzoin, Opoponax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25 Lign-aloes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 Musk, Civet (also 'ian Perfumes) Orchis [Satyrion] . . . . . . . .
27 Pepper, Dragon’s Blood, all Hot . . . . . . . .
Pungent Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28 Galbanum All diuretics . . . . . . . .
29 Ambergris [[Menstrual Fluid]] All narcotics . . . . . . . .
30 Olibanum, Cinnamon, all Glorious . . . . . . . .
Odours Alcohol
31 Olibanum, all Fiery Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nitrates
32 Assafœtida, Scammony, Indigo, Sul- Lead
phur (all Evil Odours) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32 bis Storax, all Dull and Heavy Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bismuth
31 bis [[No attribution possible]] Stramonium Carbon

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TABLE I (continued)

XLV. XLVI.
Magical Powers [Western Mysticism]. System of Taoism.

0 The Supreme Attainment [[Vision of No Difference]] The Tao or Great Extreme of the Yi King.

1 Union with God Shang Ti (also the Tao)


2 The Vision of God face to face, Vision of Antinomies The Yang and Khien
3 The Vision of Sorrow [[Vision of Wonder]] Kwan-se-on, The Yin and Khwan.
4 The Vision of Love . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5 The Vision of Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Vision of the Harmony of Things (also the
6 Li
Mysteries of the Crucifixion), [[Beatific Vision]]
7 The Vision of Beauty Triumphant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8 The Vision of Splendour [Ezekiel] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9 The Vision of the Machinery of the Universe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10 The Vision of the Holy Guardian Angel or of Adonai. Khan
11 Divination Sun
Miracles of Healing, Gift of Tongues, Knowledge of
12 Sun
Sciences
The White Tincture, Clairvoyance, Divination by
13 Kan and Khwan
Dreams
14 Love-philtres Tui
15 Power of Consecrating Things . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16 The Secret of Physical Strength . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power of being in two or more places at one time, and of
17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prophecy
18 Power of Casting Enchantments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
19 Power of Training Wild Beasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20 Invisibility, Parthenogenesis, Initiation (?) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21 Power of Acquiring Political and other Ascendency . Li
22 Works of Justice and Equilibrium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23 The Great Work, Talismans, Crystal-gazing, & c. Tui
24 Necromancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25 Transmutations [[Vision of Universal Peacock]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26 The Witches’ Sabbath so-called, the Evil Eye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
27 Works of Wrath and Vengeance Kbn
28 Astrology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29 Bewitchments, Casting Illusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30 The Red Tincture, Power of Acquiring Wealth Li and Khien
31 Evocation, Pyromancy Kbn
32 Works of Malediction and Death Khbn
Alchemy, Geomancy, Making of Pantacles, [[Travels on
32 bis Kbn
the Astral Plane]]
31 bis Invisibility, Transformations, Vision of the Genius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

XLVII. XLVIII. XLIX.*


Kings and Princes of Lineal Figures of the Planets, &c.,
Figures related to Pure Number.
the Jinn. and Geomany.

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Circle

1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Point
2 . . . . . . . . . . The Cross The Line, also the Cross
3 The Plane, also the Diamond, Oval,
. . . . . . . . . . The Triangle
Circle, and other Yoni Symbols
4 Tetrahedron or Pyramid, Cross The Solid Figure
5 The Rose The Tesseract
6 Calvary Cross, Truncated Pyramid, Sephirothic Geomantic Figures
Cube. follow the Planets. Caput* and
7 A Rose (7 x 7), Candlestick Cauda Draconis* are the Nodes of
8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the Moon, nearly = Neptune and
9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Herschel respectively. They
10 Altar (Double Cube), Calvary Cross belong to Malkuth.
11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Dy Triplicity
12 Calvary Cross Octagram
13 Greek Cross (Plane), Table of Shew-
Enneagram
bread
14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heptagram
15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Puer *
16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amissio *
17 Swastika Albus *
18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Populus and Via *
19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fortuna Major and Fortuna Minor *
20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conjunctio *
21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square and Rhombus
22 Greek Cross Solid, the Rose (3 + 7 + 12) Puella
23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Cy Triplicity
24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rubeus *
25 The Rose (5 x 5) Acquisitio *
26 Calvary Cross of 10, Solid Carcer *
27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pentagram
28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tristitia *
29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laetitia *
30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hexagram
31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of By Triplicity
32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Triangle
32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Ey Triplicity
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE I (continued)

L.* LI.
Transcendental Morality.
The Coptic Numeration of English equivalent
[10 Virtues (1-10), 7 Sins (Planets), 4
Alphabet. Col. LI. of Col. LI.
Magick Powers (Elements).]

0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Pyrrho-Zoroastrianusm (Accomplishment St
1 $ # 6
of Great Work)
2 Devotion { [ . . . . . . . . Sz
3 Silence } ] . . . . . . . . Tt
4 Obedience ? / 8 Æ
5 Energy V v 500 Ph
6 Devotion to Great Work W w 800 õõ (long O)
7 Unselfishness E e 5 E
8 Truthfulness F f 90 f, v
9 Independence J j . . . . . . . . J
10 Scepticism C c 200 S
11 Noscere A a 1 A
12 Falsehood, Dishonesty [Envy] B b 2 B
13 Contentment [Idleness] G g 3 G
14 Unchastity [Lust] D d 4 D
15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H h . . . . . . . . H
16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U u 400 U
17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Z z 7 Z
18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q q 600 Ch
19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Y y 9 Th
20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I i 10 I, y, ee
21 Bigotry, Hypocrisy [Gluttony] K k 20 K
22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L l 30 L
23 Audere M m 40 M
24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N n 50 N
25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X x 60 X
26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O o 70 O
27 Cruelty [Wrath] P p 80 P
28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & ^ 700 Ps
29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . < % 90 Q
30 [Pride] R r 100 R
31 Velle S s 900 Sh
32 Envy [Avarice] T t 300 T
32 bis Tacere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

LII. CLXXXIV. LIII. CLXXXV. CLXXXVI.


Numeration
The Arabic Numeration of The Greek
of Greek Diseases (Typical).
Alphabet. Arabic Alphabet Alphabet.
Alphabet
0 . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 . . . .
. . . . . . . .
. . . . 31 Death
Three Lost
2 . . . .
. . . . . [s] 200 Insanity
Fathers.
3 . . . .
. . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . Dementia (Amnesia)
4 T 500 [e] . . . . . . Dropsy
5 d 600 [f] 500 Fever
6 g 700 w 800 Heart Lesions
7 ~ 800 [e] . . . . . . Skin Troubles
8 „ 900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nerve Troubles
9 • 1000 c 600 Impotence
10 • . . . . . . . . . " 900 Sterility
11 A 1 a 1 Fluxes
12 L 2 b 2 Ataxia
13 X 3 g 3 Menstrual Disorders
14 e 4 d 4 Syphilis, Gonorrhoea
15 ª 5 e 5 Apoplex
16 ¬ 6 # 6 Indigestion
17 g 7 z 7 Phthysis, Pneumonia
18 ` 8 h 8 Rheumatism
19 € 9 q 9 Syncope, etc. Heart
20 ± 10 i 10 Spinal weakness, Paralysis
21 › 20 k 20 Gout
22 Ÿ 30 l 30 Kidney disorders
23 £ 40 m 40 Chill
24 § 50 n 50 Cancer
25 p 60 x [s] 60 Apoplexy, Thrombosis
26 ‹ 70 o 70 Arthritis
27 “ 80 p 80 Inflammation
28 x 90 y 700 Cystitis
29 — 100 % 90 Gout
30 e 200 r 100 Repletion
31 t 300 " 900 Fever
32 P 400 t 300 Arterio Sclerosis
32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . u 400 Sluggishness
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Death (full Insanity)

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TABLE II

LIV. LV. LVI. LVII.* LVIII.


The
The Elements Supereme Elemental
Letters of The Four Rivers. The Four Quarters.
and Senses. Kings.
the Name.
11 w D Air, Smell lqdh Hiddekel (E) jrzm Mezrach Tahoeloj
23 h C Water, Taste }whg Gihon (W) brum Maareb Thahebyobeaatan
31 y B Fire, Sight }wcyp Pison (S) \wrd Darom Ohooohatan
32 bis # E Earth, Touch trp Phrath (N) }wpx Tzaphon Thahaaothahe
31 bis c A Spirit, Hearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LIX. LX. LXI. LXII.


Archangels of the The Rulers of the Kings of the Elemental
Angels of the elements.
Quarters. Elements Spirits.
11 lapr Raphael layra Ariel }sj Chassan Paralda
23 layrbg Gabriel sycrt Tharsis dhylt Taliahad Niksa
31 lakym Michael [rc Seraph lara Aral Djin
32 bis layrwa Auriel bwrk Kerub ]alrwp Phorlakh Ghob
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LXIII. LXIV. LXV. LXVI.


Secret Num-
Secret Names of Spelling of Tetragrammaton
The Four Worlds. bers corre-
the Four Words. in the Four Worlds.
sponding.
11 hryxy Yetrizah, Formative World hm Mah 45 ah waw ah dwy
23 hayrb Briah, Creative World gs Seg 63 ah waw ah dwy
31 twlyxa Atziluth, Archetypal World bu Aub 72 yh wyw yh dwy
32 bis hycu Assiah, Material World }b Ben 52 hh ww hh dwy
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

LXVII. LXVIII. LXIX.* LXX.


The Demon The Alchemical
The Parts of the Soul. Attribution of Pentagram.
Kings. Elements.
11 jwr Ruach Oriens H Left Upper Point
23 jmcn Neshamah Ariton G Right Upper Point
31 hyj Chiah Paimon F Right Lower Point
32 bis cpn Nephesh Amaimon G Left Lower Point
31 bis hdyjy Yechidah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Topmost Point

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

LXXI. LXXII.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of
their Celestial Dominion—Wands. their Celestial Dominion—Cups.
The Prince of the Chariot of Fire. Rules 20° d The Prince of the Chariot of the Waters. 20°
11
to 20° f, including most of Leo Minor. g to 20° h
The Queen of the Thrones of Flame. 20° l to The Queen of the Thrones of the Waters. 20°
23
20° a, including part of Andromeda. c to 20° d
The Lord of the Flame and the Lightning. The The Lord of the Waves and the Waters. The
31 King of the Spirits of Fire. Rules 20° h to King of the Hosts of the Sea. 20° k to 20°
20° i, including part of Hercules. l, including most of Pegasus.
The Princess of the Shining Flame. The Rose The Princess of the Waters. The Rose of the
32 bis of the Palace of Fire. Rules one Quadrant of Palace of the Floods. Rules another
Heavens round N. Pole. Quadrant
31 bis The Root of the Powers of Fire (Ace) The Root of the Powers of Water.

LXXIII. LXXIV.
The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres of
their Celestial Dominion—Swords. their Celestial Dominion—Pantacles.
The Prince of the Chariot of Air. 20° j to 20° The Prince of the Chariot of Earth. 20° a to
11
k 20° b
The Queen of the Thrones of Air. 20° f to 20° The Queen of the Thrones of the Earth. 20° i
23
g to 20° j
The Lord of the Winds and the Breezes. The The Lord of the Wide and Fertile Land. The
31
King of the Spirits of Air. 20° b to 20° c King of the Spirits of Earth. 20° e to 20° f
The Princess of the Rushing Winds. The Lotus The Princess of the Echoing Hills. The Lotus
32 bis of the Palace of Air. Rules a 3rd Quadrant. of the Palace of the Earth. Rules a 4th
Quadrant of the Heavens about Kether.
31 bis The Root of the Powers of Air The Root of the Powers of Water.

LXXV. LXXVI. CLXXXVIII. CLXXXIX. CXC.


The Five
The Five Elements (Tatwas). The Body. Bodily Functions.
Skandhas.
11 Vayu—the Blue Circle Sankhara Breath Speaking Though
23 Apas—the Silver Crescent Vedana Chyle, Lymph Holding Nutrition
31 Agni or Tejas—the Red Triangle Sañña Blood Moving Moving
32 bis Prithivi—the Yellow Square Rupa Solid structures, tissues Excreting Matter
31 bis Akasa—the Black Egg Viñnanam Semen, Marrow Generating Magick

CXCI.

The Four Noble Truths (Buddhism)

11 Sorrow’s Cause
23 Sorrow’s Ceasing
31 Noble Eight-fold Path
32 bis Sorrow
31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TABLE III

LXXVII. LXXVIII. CXCIV


The Planets
and their Intelligences of the Planets. (transliteration)
Numbers.
12 # 8 (260) layryt Tiriel
Malkah Be Tarshishim va A’ad Be Ruah
13 = 9 (3321) \yqhc hwrb duw \ycycrtb aklm
Shehaqim.
14 $ 7 (49) laygh Hagiel
21 & 4 (136) lypwy Yophiel
27 % 5 (325) layparg Graphiel
30 ! 6 (111) laykn Nakhiel
32 ' 3 (45) layga Agiel

LXXIX. CXCIII. LXXX. LXXXI. LXXXII.


Olympic
Spirits of the
(transliteration) Planetary Metals. The Noble Eightfold Path.
Planets.*
Spirits.
12 (2080) trtrtpt Taphthartharath Ophiel Mercury Samma Vaca
13 (369) yadwmcj Chasmodai Phul Silver Samma Sankappo
14 (175) lamdq Qedemel Hagith Copper Samma Kammanto
21 (136) lamsh Hismael Bethor Tin Samma Ajivo
27 (325) labxrb Bartzabel Phaleg Iron Samma Vayamo
30 (666) trws Sorath Och Gold Samma Samadhi
32 (45) lazz Zazel Arathron Lead Samma Sati and Samaditthi

CXCII. LXXXIII.
The Attribution of the
English of Col. LXXXII
Hexagram.
12 Right Speech Left Lower Point
13 Right Aspiration Bottom Point
14 Right Conduct Right Lower Point
21 Right Discipline Right Upper Point
27 Right Energy Left Lower Point
30 Right Rapture Centre Point
32 Right Recollection (in both senses of the word). Right View-Point. Top Point

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TABLE III

LXXXIV. LXXXV. LXXXVI. LXXXVII.


Divine
Choirs of Angels in
Names of Angels of Briah. Palaces of Briah.
Briah.
Briah.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 lawhy Yehuel \yprc Seraphim
Hekel Qadosh
2 la lapr Raphael \ynpwa Auphanim \ycdq cwdq lkyh
Qadeshim
3 laybwrk Kerubiel \ybwrk Kerubim
4 (sic) xpxm layqdx Tzadqiel \ynnyc Shinanim hbha lkyh H. Ahbah
5 dwhy cycrt Tharshish \ycicrt Tharshishim twkz lkyh H. Zakoth
6 hwhy * }wrttm Metatron \ylmcj Chashmalim }wxr lkyh H. Ratzon
7 \yhla laysw Usiel \yklm Malakim \ymc \xu lkyh H. Etzem Shamaim
8 {pxm laynsh Hisniel \yhla ynb Beni Elohim hnwg lkyh H. Gonah
9 * lawhy Yehuel \ycy Ishim H. Lebanath ha-
10 } ynda-la { lakim Michael \ylara Aralim }
rypsh tnbl .h
Saphir

LXXXVIII. LXXXIX.* XC. XCI.


The 42-fold Name
The Revolutions The Saints or Adepts
Translation of Col. LXXXVII. which revolves in the
of hyha in Briah of the Hebrews
Palaces of Yetzirah.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 hyha ba Messias filius David
2 Palace of the Holy of Holies yhha yg Mosheh
3 hhya xf Enoch
4 P. of Love ayhh }fcurq Abraham
5 P. of Merit yahh ckydgk Jacob
6 P. of Benevolence yhah gtxrmb Elijah
7 P. of the Substance of Heaven hyah unmmqh Mosheh
8 P. of Serenity hayh qzplgy Aaron
9 hhay yqc Joseph (Justus)
Palace of Crystalline
10
} Whiteness { ahhy
hahy tyu David, Elisha
ydc la

XCII. XCIII. XCIV.


The Angelic Functions in the World of English of Palaces (Col.
The Heavens of Assiah.
Yetzirah. XCIII).
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .
1
2 Above it stood the seraphim: six wings twbru Araboth Plain
3
4 Six wings }wkm Makhon Emplacement
5 One : with two }wum Maon Residence
6 he covered his faces: and with two he covered lwbz Zebul Dwelling
7 his feet and \yqjc Shechaqim Clouds
8 with two he was flying. uyqr Raquia Firmament
9 And one cried to the other and said: Holy, \ymc }wlyw lbt Tebel Vilon Veil of the vault of
10 { holy, holy, Lord of Hosts, the whole
earth is full of his glory.
Shamaim heaven

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XCV. XCVI.* XCVII. XCVIII.


The Revol-
English of Col.
Contents of Col. XCIV. utions of hwhy Parts of the Soul.
XCVII..
in Yetzirah.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 hwhy hdyjy Yechidah The Self
2 Blessings, all good things whhy hyj Chiah The Life Force
3 hhwy hmcn Neshamah The Intuition
4 Snow, rain, spirit of life, blessings hywh
5 Angels singing in Divine Presence ywhh
6 Altar, Mikhael offering souls of just wyhh
jwr Ruach The Intellect
7 Millstones where manna for just is ground for future whyh
8 Sol, Luna, planets, stars, and 10 spheres yhwh
9 hyhw
Has no use. Follow 390 heavens, 18,000 hhyw The Animal Soul,
10 worlds, Earth, Eden and Hell. yhhw cpn Nephesh which perceives
hwhy la and feeds.

XCIX.* C.* CI. CII.*


The Revolutions of
Archangels of Assiah. Angels of Assiah. English of Col. C.
Adonai in Assiah.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 }wrffm Metatron cdqh twyj Chaioth ha-Qadosh Holy living creatures ynda
2 layxr Ratziel \ynpwa Auphanim Wheels nyda
3 layqpx Tzaphkiel \ylara Aralim Active ones, thrones dyna
4 layqdx Tzadkiel \ylmcj Chashmalim Brilliant ones dnya
5 lamk Kamael \yprc Seraphim Fiery serpents ndya
6 lapr Raphael \yklm Malakim Kings aynd
7 laynah Haniel \yhla Elohim Gods yand
8 lakim Mikael \yhla ynb Beni Elohim Sons of God anid
9 layrbg Gabriel \ybrk Kerubim Angels of elements nayd
10 }wpldns Sandalphon \yca Ashim Flames ynad
(}wrffm) (Metatron) nyad
ynda la

CIII.* CIV. CV.


The Ten Earths in
The Ten Divisions of the Body of God. English of Col. CIV.
Seven Palaces.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 Skull
2 Right brain {ra Aretz Earth (dry)
3 Left brain
4 Right arm hmda Adamah Red earth
5 Left arm ayg Gia Undulating ground
6 The whole body from the throat to the holy member hycn Neshiah Pasture
7 Right left hyx Tziah Sandy earth
8 Left leg aqra Arqa Earth
9 Sign of the holy covenant lbt Tebhel
10 Crown which is in Yesod } dlj Cheled
Wet earth

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CVI. * CVII. CVIII.* CIX.*


The Ten Hells in Seven Translation of Some Princes of The Kings of Edom.
Palaces. Hells. the Qliphoth.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 Satan and Moloch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 lwac Sheol Grave * lams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 \ynwnz tca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 }wdba Abaddon Perdition Lucifuge bbwy of hrxb Jobab of Bozrah
5 tjcrab Bar Shachath Clay of Death \wrtca ynmyt mch Husham of Temani
6 }wyhfyf Titahion Pit of Destruction Belphegor awyj tywu ddh Hadad of Avith
7 twmyruc Shaarimoth Gates of Death yadmca hqrcm hlmnc Samlah of Masrekah
8 twmla Tzelmoth Shadow of Death Adramelek laylb tybhr lwac Saul of Reheboth
9 tylyl }nh lub Baal-Hannan
10 } \nhyg Gehinnom Hell { hmun wup rdh Hadar of Pau

CIX. (continued)* CX. CXI.


The Dukes of Edom. Elements and Quarters Sephirothic Colours (Dr. Jellinek).
(Sepher Yetzirah).
0 . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . \yyj \yhla hwr Concealed Light
2 . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Air Sky Blue
3 . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Water and Earth Yellow
4 hmbylha Aholibamah Fire White
5 hla Elah Height Red
6 }kyp Pinon Depth White-red
7 znq Kenaz East Whitish-red
8 }myt Teman West Reddish-white
9 laydgm and rxbm Mibzar and Magdiel South White-red-whitsh-red-reddish-white
10 \ryu Eram North The Light reflecting all colours

CXII. CXIII. CXIV. CXV.*


Passwords of the Officers in a Masonic
Alchemical Tree of Life (i.). Alchemical Metals (ii.).
Grades. Lodge.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 H Metallic Radix. Silence *
2 F ' (3) ba Past Master
3 G % (6) bd
4 = = (10) fa Worshipful Master
5 ! ! (15) hy Senior Warden
6 % % (21) hyha Junion Warden
& (28) jk
I
7 Senior Deacon

$ (36) hla Junior Deacon


J
8

9 # # (45) hm Inner Guard


10 Mercurius Philosophorum Medicina Metallorum (55) hn Tyler and Candidate

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TABLE IV

CXVI. CXVII. CXVIII. CXIX.


Egyptian Attribution of The Soul The Chakkras or Centres of Prana The Ten Fetters
Parts of the Soul. (Hindu). (Hinduism). (Buddhism).
0 Hammemit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 Kha, or Yekh Atma Sahasrara (above Head) Aruparga
2 Khai, or Ka Buddhi Ajna (Pineal Gland) Vikkikika
3 Ba, or Baie Higher Manas Visuddhi (Larynx) Rupraga
4 Silabata Paramesa
5 Lower Manas Anahata (heart) Patigha
6 Aib Udakkha
7 Kama Manipura (Solar Plexus) Mano
8 Prana Svadistthana (Navel) Sakkya-ditti
9 Hati Linga Sharira Muladhara (Lingam and Anus) Kama
10 Kheibt, Khat, Tet, Sahu Sthula Sharira Avigga

CXX. CXXI.* CXXII.


Magical Images of the Sephiroth. The Grades of the Order. The Ten Plagues of
Egypt.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08=0° . . . . . . . . . .

3rd Order
1 Ancient bearded king seen in profile 10°=18 Ipsissimus Death of First-born
2 Almost any male image shows some 9°=28 Magus Locusts
aspect of Chokmah.
3 Almost any female image shows some 8°=38 Magister Templi Darkness
aspect of Binah
4 A mighty crowned and enthroned king 7°=48 Adeptus Exemptus Hail and Fire
2nd Order

5 A mighty warrior in his chariot, armed 6°=58 Adeptus Major Boils


and crowned
6 A majestic king, a child, a crucified god 5°=68 Adeptus Minor Murrain
7 A beautiful naked woman 4°=78 Philosophus Flies
1st Order

8 An Hermaphrodite 3°=88 Practicus Lice


9 A beautiful naked man, very strong 2°=98 Theoricus Frogs
1°=108 Zelator Water turned to Blood
10 A young woman crowned and veiled 0°=08 Neophyte }

CXXIII. CXXIV. CXXV.* CXXVI. CXXVII.*


English of Col. VIII., The Heavenly Seven Hells Seven Heavens of the
Their Inhabitants.
Lines 1-10 Hexagram. of the Arabs. Arabs.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 Dual contending Forces &
2 Hinderers # Háwiyah Hypocrites Dar al-Jalai
3 Concealers = [' Daath]
4 Breakers in Pieces % Jahim Pagans or Idolaters Dar as-Salam
5 Burners $ Sakar Guebres Jannat al-Maawa
6 Disputers ! Sa’ir Sabians Jannat al-Khuld
7 Dispersing Ravens Hutamah Jews Jannat al-Naim
8 Deceivers Laza Christians Jannat al-Firdaus
9 Obscene Ones
10
The Evil Woman or
(simply) The Woman
} Jehannum Moslems Jannat al-’adn or al-Karar

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

CXXVIII. CXXIX. CXXX. CXXXI.


Pairs of Angels Pairs of Angels Pairs of Angels
Meaning of Col. CXXVII.
ruling Wands. ruling Cups. ruling Swords.
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 House of Glory, made of pearls lawhw laynd lauya hywbj lalzy lahbm
3 hycjh hymmu lahar hymby layrh hymqh
4 House of Rest or Peace, made of rubies and jacinths laann latyn layyh hymwm hywal laylk
5 Garden of Mansions, made of yellow copper yawhw layly hywwl hylhp layna hymuj
6 Garden of Eternity, made of yellow coral lafys hymlu lakln layyy lauhr lazyy
7 Garden of Delights, made of white diamond hychm lahll lshlm hywhj lahhh lakym
8 Garden of Paradise, made of red gold hyhtn hyaah hylww hyhly labmw lahhy
9 Garden of Eden, or Everlasting Abode, latry hyhac hylas layru lawnu layjm
10 made of red pearls or pure musk layyr lamwa hylcu lahym hybmd laqnm

CXXXII. CXXXIII.* CXXXIV.


Pairs of Angels Titles and Attributions of the Wand Suit Titles and Attributions of the Cup or
ruling Coins. [Clubs] Chalice Suit [Hearts]
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Fire The Root of the Powers of Water
2 labkl hyrcw % in a The Lord of Dominion $ in d The Lord of Love
3 hywjy hyjhl ! a Established Strength [Virtue] # d Abundance
4 hyqwh ladnm $ a Perfected Work [Completion] = d Blended Pleasure [Luxury]
5 hyhbm laywp ' e Strife * % h Loss in Pleasure [Disappointment]
6 hymmn lalyy & e Victory ! h Pleasure
7 lajrh larxm % e Valour $ h Illusionary Success [Debauch]
8 hyaka layhk # i Swiftness ' l Abandoned Success [Indolence]
9 layzh hydla = i Great Strength [Strength] & l Material Happiness [Happiness]
10 hywal hyuhh ' i Oppression % l Perfected Success [Satiety]

CXXXV. CXXXVI.
Titles and Attributions of the Sword Suit Titles and Attributions of the Coin, Disc or Pantacle
[Spades] Suit [Diamonds]
0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 The Root of the Powers of Air The Root of the Powers of Earth
2 = in g The Lord of Peace Restored [Peace] & in j The Lord of Harmonious Change [Change]
3 ' g Sorrow % j Material Works [Works]
4 & g Rest from Strife [Truce] ! j Earthly Power [Power]
5 $ k Defeat # b Material Trouble [Worry]
6 # k Earned Success [Science] = b Material Success [Success]
7 = k Unstable Effort [Futility] ' b Success Unfulfilled [Failure]
8 & c Shortened Force [Interference] ! f Prudence
9 % c Despair and Cruelty [Cruelty] $ f Material Gain [Gain]
10 ! c Ruin # f Wealth

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CXXXVII. CXXXVIII.* CXXXIX. CXL. CXLI


Signs of the Planets ruling Planets exalted in Twelve Banners
Zodiac. Col. CXXXVII. Col. CXXXVII. of the Name The Twelve Tribes.

15 a % ! h w h y dg Gad
16 b $ = w h h y \yarpa Ephraim
17 c # < h h w y hcnm Manesseh
18 d = & y h w h rkccy Issachar
19 e ! ( h y w h hdwdy Judah
20 f # # y w h h yltpn Napthali
22 g $ ' h y h w rca Asshur
24 h % * y h h w }d Dan
25 i & > h h y w }mynb Benjamin
26 j ' % w h y h }lwbz Zebulon
28 k ' ) h w y h }bwar Reuben
29 l & $ w y h h }wumc Simeon

CXLII. CXLIII. CXXXIX. CXL.


Angel Lords of the Angel Lords of the
Twelve Lesser Assistant
Angels ruling Houses. Triplicity in the Signs by Triplicity in the Signs by
Angels in the Signs
Day Night
15 laya Ayel layhrc Sharhiel }turfs Sateraton ywafups Sapatavi
16 lawf Toel layzra Araziel ladyar Rayel tfwf Totath
17 layg Giel layars Sarayel crus Sarash }umrngu Ogameron
18 lauk Kael laykp Pakiel rdur Raadar laku Akel
19 lawu Oel layfrc Sharatiel \hns Sanahem tyhrblz Zalberhith
20 layw Veyel laytlc Shelathiel arlsl Laslara ayss Sasia
22 lahy Yahel layqdj Chedeqiel }wbgrt Thergebon }wardwja Achodraon
24 lwsws Susul layxyas Saitziel }wjtb Bethehon bnqhs Sahaqanab
25 lasuyws Suyasel layfyrs Saritiel zwha Ahoz \ymrbl Lebarmin
26 hyuynck Kashenyaiah layqmc Samqiel yuldns Sandali rywla Aloyar
28 lawsna Ansuel layqmkx Tzakmiqiel rwtu Athor }walp Polayan
29 laycp Pasiel laybkw Vakabiel armr Ramara lanyrwdtn Nathdorinel

CXLVI. CXLVII. CXLVIII.


Angels of the Decantes Angels of the Decantes Angels of the Decantes
(Ascendant). (Succedent). (Cadent).
15 rzz Zazer ymhhb Behahemi rdnfs Satonder
16 ydmdk Kadamidi yarjnm Minacharai {wngsky Yakasaganotz
17 crgs Sagarash yndhc Shehadani }wtyb Bethon
18 cwartm Mathravash {dhr Rahadetz ryknyla Alinkir
19 rhnswl Losanahar yujz Zachi rbyhs Sahiber
20 hrwanna Ananaurah hydyar Rayadyah rpcm Mishpar
22 ynsrf Tarasni {nrhs Saharnatz rdjc Shachdar
24 {wmk Kamotz rhwdnn Nundohar laydwrtw Uthrodiel
25 tarcm Mishrath }yrhw Vehrin ahwba Aboha
26 }wnsm Misnim hysysy Yasyasyah laydwrbydgsy Yasgedibarodiel
28 mpss Saspam }wrdba Abdaron laydwrg Gerodiel
29 ymlhb Bihelami }wrwa Avron [yrfs Satrip

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

CXLIX. CL.
Magical Images of the Decans (Ascendant). Magical Images of the Decans (Succedent).
A tall, dark, restless man, with keen flame- A green-clad woman, with one left bare from the
15
coloured eyes, bearing a sword. ankle to the knee.
A woman with long and beautiful hair, clad in A man of like figure (to the ascendant), with
16
flame-coloured robes cloven hoofs like an ox.
An eagle-headed man, with a bow and arrow.
17 A beautiful woman with her two horses
Wears crowned steel helmet.
A man with distorted face and hards, a horse’s A beautiful woman wreathed with myrtle. She
18
body, white feet, and a girdle of leaves holds a lyre and sings of love and gladness.
A man in sordid raiment, with him a nobleman on A man crowned with a white myrtle wreath,
19
horseback, accompanied by bears and dogs holding a bow
A virgin clad in linen, with an apple or pome- Tall, fair, large man, with him a woman holding a
20
granate large black oil jar
A dark man, in his right hand a spear and laurel
22 branch and in his left a book A man, dark, yet delicious of countenance
A man with a lance in his right hand, in his left a
24 human head A man riding a camel, with a scorpion in his hand
A man leading cows, and before him an ape and
25 A man with 3 bodies—1 black, 1 red, 1 white
bear
A man holding in his right hand a javelin and in his
26 A man with an ape running before him
left a lapwing.
A man arrayed like a king, looking with pride and
28 A man with bowed head and a bag in his hand.
conceit on all around him.
29 A man with two bodies, but joining their hand. A grave man pointing to the sky.

CLI. CLII. CLIII. CLIV.


Perfumes Perfumes Perfumes
Magical Images of the Decans (Cadent). (Ascendant). (Succedent). (Cadent).
A restless man in scarlet robes, with golden bracelets on
15 Myrtle Stammonia Black Pepper
his hands and arms
A swarthy man with white lashes, his body elephantine
16 Costum Codamorns Cassia
with long legs; with him, a horse, a stag, and a calf
17 A man in mail, armoured with bow, arrows, and quiver Mastick Cinnamon Cypress
A swift-footed person, with a viper in his hand, leading
18 Camphor Succum Anise
dogs
19 A swarthy hairy man, with a drawn sword and shield Olibanum Lyn Balsami Muces Muscator

20 An old man leaning on a staff and wrapped in a mantle Santal Flav Srorus Mastick

22 A man riding on an ass, preceded by a wolf Galbanum Bofor [?] Mortum

24 A horse and a wolf Opoponax As for Asc. As for Asc.

25 A man leading another by his hair and slaying him Lign-aloes Foi Lori Gaxisphilium

26 A man holding a book which he opens and shuts Assafœtida Colophonum Cubel Pepper
A small-headed man dressed like a woman, and with
28 Euphorbium Stammonia Rhubarb
him an old man
A man of grave and thoughtful face, with a bird in his
29 Thyme Coxium Santal Alb
hand, before him a woman and an ass

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TABLE V (continued)

CLV. CLVI.
Goetic Demons of Decans by Day Magical Images of Col. CLV.
(Ascendant).
15 1 ! lab Bael Cat, toad, man, or all at once.
16 4 = }ygymg Gamigina Little horse or ass.
(1) Wolf with serpent’s tail. (2) Man with dog’s teeth and
17 7 = }wma Amon
raven’s head.
18 10 # rawb Buer Probably a centaur or archer.
Rider on pale horse, with many musicians. [Flaming and
19 13 ! talb Beleth
poisonous breath]
20 16 $ rpaz Zepar A soldier in red apparel and armour.
22 19 $ cwlac Sallos Solider with ducal crown riding a crocodile.
24 22 % cwpy Ipos Angel with lion’s head, goose’s feet, horse’s tail.
25 25 % and # lwblsalg Glasya-Labolas A dog with a gryphon’s wings.
26 28 $ tyrb Berith Gold-crowned soldier in red on a red horse. Bad breath.
28 31 # carwp Foras A strong man in human shape.
29 34 % rwprwp Furfur (1) Hart with fiery tail. (2) Angel.

CLVII. CLVIII.
Goetic Demons of Decans by Magical Images of Col. CLVII.
Day (Succedent).
15 2 $ raga Agares Old man, riding a crocodile and carrying a goshawk.
16 5 # bram Marbas Great Lion.
17 8 $ cwfbrb Barbatos Accompanied by 4 noble kings and great troops.
18 11 $ }wyswg Gusion “Like a Xenopilus”
19 14 = ]yarl Leraikha An archer in green
20 17 % and # cyfwb Botis Viper (or) Human, with teeth and 2 horns, and with a sword.
22 20 ! }wcrwp Purson Lion-faced man riding a bear, carrying a viper. Trumpeter with him.
Man with 3 heads—a serpent’s, a man’s (having two stars on his
24 23 $ \ya Aim
brow), and a calf’s. Rides on viper and bears firebrand).
25 26 $ \yb Bimé Dragon with 3 heads—a dog’s, man’s, and gryphon’s.
Hurtful angel or infernal dragon, like Berot, with a viper [breath
26 29 $ twrtca Asteroth
bad].
3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, goose’s feet. Rides, with
28 32 ! yadmsa Asmoday
lance and banner, on a dragon.
29 35 = cwjrm Marchosias Wolf with a gryphon’s wings and serpent’s tail. Breathes flames.

CLIX. CLX.
Goetic Demons of Decans by Day Magical Images of Col. CLIX.
(Cadent).
15 3 & wgacw Vassago Like Agares.
16 6 $ rplaw Valefor Lion with ass’s head, bellowing
17 9 ! }wmyap Paimon Crowned king on dromedary, accompanied by many musicians.
18 12 & yrfyc Sitri Leapard’s head and gryphon’s wings.
19 15 $ cwgyla Eligos A knight with a lance and banner, with a serpent.
20 18 $ }ytab Bathin A strong man with a serpent’s tail, on a pale horse.
22 21 % and # {aram Marax Human-faced bull.
24 24 = rbn Naberius A black crane with a sore throat—he flutters.
25 27 % and = wwnyr Ronove A monster [probably a dolphin].
26 30 = canrwp Forneus Sea monster.
28 33 # [ug Gaap Like a guide. To be kings.
29 36 & cwlwfcy Stolas Raven.

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

CLXI. CLXII.
Goetic Demons &c. by Night Magical Images of Col. CLXI.
(Ascendant).
15 37 = {nap Phenex Child-voices phœnix.
16 40 % \war Raum Crow.
17 43 = ]wnbc Sabnock Soldier with lion’s head rides pale horse.
18 46 % wrpyb Bifrons Monster.
19 49 $ lkwrk Crocell Angel.
20 52 $ ]wla Alloces Soldier with red leonine face and flaming eyes; rides great horse.
22 55 & bwarwa Orobas Horse.
24 58 # }wa Amy Flaming fire.
25 61 ! and # }gaz Zagan Bull with gryphon’s wings.
26 64 $ rwah Haures Leopard.
28 67 $ ]wdma Amdusias (1) Unicorn. (2) Dilatory bandmaster.
29 70 & rac Seere Beautiful man on winged horse.

CLXIII. CLXIV.
Goetic Demons &c. by Night Magical Images of Col. CLXIII.
(Succedent).
15 38 % [lah Halphas Stock-dove with sore throat.
16 41 $ rwlkwp Focalor Man with gryphon’s wings.
17 44 = {c Shax Stcck-dove with sore throat.
18 47 $ lawa Uvall Dromedary.
Cruel ancient, with long white hair and beard, rides a pale horse,
19 50 $ ]wp Furcas with sharp weapons.
(1) Thrush. (2) Man with sharp sword seemeth to answer in
20 53 # }yak Camio burning ashes or coals of fire.
Beautiful woman, with duchess’ crown tied to her waist, riding
22 56 $ rwmg Gamori great camel.
Lion on horse, with serpent’s tail, carries in right hand two
24 59 = {ayrw Oriax hissing serpents.
25 62 # law Volac Child with angel’s wings rides a two-headed dragon
26 65 = [lardna Andrealphas Noisy peacock.
28 68 ! laylb Belial Two beautiful angels sitting in chariot of fire.
Man with many countenances, all men’s and women’s, carries a
29 71 $ lafnd Dantalion book in right hand.

CLXV. CLXVI.
Goetic Demons &c. by Night Magical Images of Col. CLXV.
(Cadent).
15 39 # [lam Malphas Crow with sore throat.
16 42 $ rapw Vepar Mermaid.
17 45 $ and ! anyw Viné Lion on black horse carrying viper.
18 48 # tnguh Haagenti Bull with gryphon’s wings.
3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, flaming eyes. Rides bear,
19 51 ! \lub Balam carries goshawk.
20 54 $ and % \rwm Murmur Warrior with ducal crown rides gryphon. Trumpeters.
22 57 # wcw Oso Leopard.
24 60 $ lwpn Napula Lion with gryphon’s wings.
25 63 = rdna Andras Angel with raven’s head. Rides black wolf, carries sharp sword.
26 66 = rwamyk Kimaris Warrior on black horse.
28 69 = barwakd Decarabia A star in a pentacle.
29 72 % lamwrdna Andromalius Man holding great serpent.

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TABLE V (continued)
CLXVII. CLXVIII. CLXIX. CLXX. CLXXI. CLXXII.
Egyptian Gods Egyptian As Col. CLXVII As Col. CXVIII As Col. CXLVII As Col. CXLVIII
of Zodiac Names of Asc. (Succedent) (Succendent). (Cadent) (Cadent)
(Asc. Decans). Decans
15 Aroueris Assicean Anubis Lencher Horus Asentacer
16 Serapis Asicath Helitomenos Virvaso Apophis Aharph
17 Taautus Thesogar Cyclops Verasua Titan Tepistosoa
18 Apoltun Sothis Hecate Syth Mercophta Thuismis
19 Typhon Aphruimis Perseus Sitlacer Nephthe Phuonidie
20 Isis Thumis Pi-Osiris Thoptius Panotragus Aphut
22 Zeuda Serucuth Omphta Aterechinis Ophionius Arepien
24 Arimanius Sentacer Merota Tepiseuth Panotragus Senciner
25 Tolmophta Eregbuo Tomras Sagen Zeraph Chenen
26 Soda Themeso Riruphta Epima Monuphta Homoth
28 Brondeus Oroasoer Vucula Astiro Proteus Tepisatras
29 Rephan Archatapias Sourut Thopibui Phallophorus Atembui

CLXXIII.*
Genii of the Twelve Hours (Levi).
15 Papus, Sinbuck, Rasphuia, Zahun, Heiglot, Mizkun, Haven
16 Sisera, Torvatus, Nitibus, Hizarbin, Sachluph, Baglis, Laberzerin
17 Hahabi, Phlogabitus, Eirneus, Mascarun, Zarobi, Butatar, Cahor
18 Phalgus, Thagrinus, Eistibus, Pharzuph, Sislau, Schiekron, Aclahayr
19 Zeirna, Tablibik, Tacritau, Suphlatus, Sair, Barcus, Camaysar
20 Tabris, Susabo, Eirnils, Nitika, Haatan, Hatiphas, Zaren
22 Sialul, Sabrus, Librabis, Mizgitari, Causub, Salilus, Jazar
24 Nantur, Toglas, Zalburis, Alphun, Tukiphat, Zizuph, Cuniali
25 Risnuch, Suclagus, Kirtabus, Schachlil, Colopatiron, Zeffar
26 Sezarbil, Azeph, Armilus, Kataris, Razanil, Bucaphi, Mastho
28 Æglun, Zuphlas, Phaldor, Rosabis, Adjuchas, Zophas, Halacho
29 Tarab, Misran, Labus, Kalab, Hahab, Marnes, Sellen

CLXXIV.
The Mansions of the Moon.
[Hindu, Nakshatra] Arab, Manazil.
15 a Sharatan (Ram’s head), Butayn (Ram’s belly), and 0°-10° Suraya (the Pleiads)
16 b 10°-30° Suraya. Dabaran (Alldeboran), and 0°-20° Hak’ah (three stars in head of Orion)
17 c 20°-30° Hak’ah, Han’ah (stars in Orion’s shoulder), and Zira’a (two stars above c)
18 d Nasrah (Lion’s nose), Tarf (Lion’s eye) and 0°-10° Jabhah (Lion’s forehead)
19 e 10°-30° Jabhah, Zubrah (Lion’s mane), and 0°-20° Sarfah (Cor Leonis)
20 f 20°-30° Sarfah, ’Awwa (the Dog, two stars in f), and Simak (Spica Virginis)
22 g Gafar (f, i, and k in foot of f), Zubáni (horns of h), and 0°-10° Iklil (the Crown)
24 h 10°-30° Iklil, Kalb (Cor Scorpionis), and 0°-20° Shaulah (tail of h)
25 i 20°-30° Shaulah, Na’aim (stars in Pegasus), and Baldah (no constellation)
Sa’ad al-Zábih (the Slaughterer’s Luck), Sa’ad al-Bal’a (Glutton’s Luck), and 0°-10° Sa’ad al
26 j Sa’ad (Luck of Lucks, stars in k)
10°-30° Sa’ad al-Sa’ad, Sa;ad al-Akhbiyah (Luck of Tents), and 0°-20° Fargh the former (spout of
28 k the Urn)
29 l 20°-30° Fargh the former, Fargh the latter (hind lip of Urn), and Risháa (navel of Fish’s belly)

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CLXXV. CLXXVI. CLXXVII.* CLXXVII.* CLXXIX.


Yetziratic
Hebrew Numerical Value Numbers printed
Attribution of Geomantic Intelligences.
Letters. of Col. CLXXV. on Tarot Trumps
Col. CLXXV.
11 a 1 D . . . . . . . . . . . 0
12 b 2 # lapr Raphael 1
13 g 3 = layrbg Gabriel 2
14 d 4 $ lana Anael 3
15 h 5 a ladyklm Melchiadel 4
16 w 6 b ladwmsa Asmodel 5
17 z 7 c layrbma Ambriel 6
18 j 8 d layrwm Muriel 7
19 f 9 e laykrw Verachiel 11
20 y 10 f laylmh Hamaliel 9
21 k ] 20 500 & layjs Sachiel 10
22 l 30 g layrwz Zuriel 8
23 m \ 40 600 C . . . . . . . . . . . 12
24 n } 50 700 h laykrb Barachiel 13
25 s 60 i laykwda Advachiel 14
26 u 70 j lanh Hanael 15
27 p [ 80 800 % lamz Zamael 16
28 x { 90 900 k layrbmak Cambriel 17
29 q 100 l layxynma Amnitziel 18
30 r 200 ! lakim Michael 19
31 c 300 B . . . . . . . . . . . 20
32 t 400 ' layck Cassiel 21
32 bis t 400 E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31 bis c 300 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CLXXX. CLXXXI.
Title of Tarot Trumps. Correct Design of Tarot Trumps.

11 The Spirit of Aiqhr. A bearded Ancient seen in profile *


A fair youth with winged helment and heels,
12 The Magus of Power. equipped as a Magician, displays his art *
A crowned priestess sits before the veil of Isis
13 The Priestess of the Silver Star. between the Pillars of Seth *
The Daughter of the Mighty Ones. Crowned with stars, a winged goddess stands upon
14
the moon *
The Son of the Morning, chief among the
15 Mighty. A flame-clad god bearing equivalent symbols *

16 The Magus of the Eternal. Between the Pillars sits an Ancient *


The Children of the Voice: the Oracle of the
17 A prophet, young, and in the Sign of Osiris Risen *
Mighty Gods.
The Child of the Powers of the Waters: the
18 Lord of the Triumph of Light. A young and holy king under the starry canopy *
A smiling woman holds the open jaws of a fierce
19 The Daughter of the Flaming Sword. and powerful lion
The Prophet of the Eternal, the Magus of the Wrapped in a cloke and cowl, an Ancient walketh,
20 bearing a lamp and staff *
Voice of Power..
A wheel of six shafts, whereon revolve the Triad of
21 The Lord of the Forces of Life. Hermanubis, Sphinx, and Typhon *
The Daughter of the Lords of Truth. The A conventional figure of Justice with scales and
22 Ruler of the Balance. balances
23 The Spirit of the Mighty Waters. The figure of an hanged or crucified man *
The Child of the Great Transformers. The A skeleton with a scythe mowing men. The scythe
24
Lord of the Gate of Death. handle is a Tau.
The Daughter of the Reconcilers, the
25 Bringer-Forth of Life. The figure of Diana huntress *
The Lord of the Gates of Matter. The Child
26 of the Forces of Time. The figure of Pan or Priapus *

27 The Lord of the Hosts of the Mighty. A tower struck by forked lightning *
The Daughter of the Firmament. The
28 Dweller between the Waters. The figure of a water-nymph disporting herself *
The Ruler of Flux and Reflux. The Child of
29 the Sons of the Mighty. The waning moon *
30 The Lord of the Fire of the World. The Sun *
Israfel blowing the Last Trumpet. The dead arising
31 The Spirit of the Primal Fire. from their tombs *
32 Should contain a demonstration of the Quadrature of
The Great One of the Night of Time. the Circle *
32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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CLXXXII. CLXXXIII.
The Human Body. Legendary Orders of Being.
11 Respiratory Organs Sylphs
12 Cerebral and Nervous Systems “Voices,” Witches and Wizards
13 Lymphatic Systems Lemures, Ghosts
14 Genital System Succubi
15 Head and Face Mania, Erinyes [Euminides]
16 Shoulders and Arms Gorgons, Minotaurs
17 Lungs Ominous Appearances, Banshees
18 Stomach Vampires
19 Heart Horror, Dragons
20 The Back Mermaids (and l, its Zodiacal Opposite), Banshees
21 Digestive System Incubi, Nightmares
22 Liver Fairies, Harpies
23 Organs of Nutrition Nymphs and Undines, Nereids, &c.
24 Intestines Lamiæ, Stryges, Witches
25 Hips and Thighs Centaurs
26 Genital System Satyrs and Fauns, Panic-demons
27 Muscular System Furies, Chimæras, Boars (as in Calydon), &c.
28 Kidneys, Bladder, &c. Water Nymphs, Sirens, Lorelei, Mermaids (cf. f)
29 Legs and Feet Phantoms, Were-wolves
30 Circulatory System Will o’ the Wisp
31 Organs of Circulation Salamanders
32 Excretory System Ghuls, Larvæ, Corpse Candles
32 bis Excretory Organs, Skeleton The Dweller of the Threshold, Gnomes
31 bis Organs of Intelligence [Socratic Genius]

Editorial Note: The Atus of Thoth


Liber AL, cap. I, v. 57 includes the statement: “All these old letters of my Book are aright: but x is not
the Star. This also is secret: my prophet shall reveal it to the wise.” In Crowley’s ‘New Comment’
on this verse, he observes:
I see no harm in revealing the mystery of Tzaddi to ‘the wise’; others will hardly
understand my explanations. Tzaddi is the letter of The Emperor, the Trump IV,
and He is the Star, the Trump XVII. Aquarius and Aries are therefore counter-
changed, revolving on the pivot of Pisces, just as, in the Trumps VIII and XI,
Leo and Libra do about Virgo. This last revelation makes our Tarot attributions
sublimely, perfectly, flawlessly symmetrical. The fact of its so doing is a most
convincing proof of the superhuman Wisdom of the author of this Book to those
who have laboured for years, in vain, to elucidate the problems of the Tarot.
This substituted attribution is alluded to in various places in Liber Aleph and Magick in Theory and
Practice, but was not spelt out in full in published writings until The Book of Thoth. The tables from
777 are based on the old Golden Dawn attributions; to work with the reversed attributions, lines 15
and 28 should be exchanged on all columns based on the Zodiac or Tarot (i.e., VI-VIII, XI, XIV-XX,
XXII-XLVII, XLIX, CXXXVII-CLXXIV, CLXXVII-CLXXXIII and CLXXXVI), not all columns throughout as
the editors of 777 Revised state – T.S.

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COL. II: 0-10 are the names of the Numbers or LINE 6.—Tiphereth has these additional titles:—
Emanations; 11-32 the Letters spelt in full. }ypna ryuz Lesser Countenance.
]lm King.
LINE 1.—Some of the common titles of Kether
}ypna ryuc Seir Anpin.
are:—
\da Adam.
twcp hdqn The Small Point.
}b The Son.
lz tt The Profuse Giver.
cya The Man.
hnwcar hdqn The Primordial Point.
\wnakc Spare Angels.
hdwwh acyr The White Head.
}ma Amen. LINE 9.—Jesod has this additional title:—
alpwm rwa The Hidden Light. \lwu-dwsy-qydx The Righteous is the Found-
alp The Hidden Wonder. ation of the World.
hlum \wr Inscrutable Height. LINE 10.—Malkuth has these titles (among
}ypna ]yra Long of Nose. others):—
\ypa ]yra Long of Face. ruc The Gate (by Temurah, rcu = 10).2
}ymwy The Ancient of Days. y The Gate (Chaldee).
[Also name of seven inferiors!] which has the same number (671) as ynda in full—
hyha rca hyha Existence of Existences. dwy }wn tld [la
}yqytud aqytu Ancient of Ancient Ones.
acydq aqytu Holy Ancient One. Also—
fwcp rwa The Simple Light. Gates of Death.
}yrmfd hrymf Concealed of the Concealed ” ” Shadow of Death.
acyr The Head ” ” Tears.
ymynp rwa The Inner Light ” ” Justice.
}wylu The Most High ” ” Prayer.
awh He. Gate of Daughter of Mighty Ones.
ald acyr The Head which is Not. ” ” Garden of Eden.
LINE 2.—Chokmah has additional titles:—
Also—
hmjk Power of Yetzirah.1 Inferior
y of Tetragrammaton. Mother—
ba aba The Daughter.
It has also the Divine Name, hwhy. The Queen. hklm
The Bride. hlk
LINE 3.—Binah has these additional titles:— The Virgin. hlwtb
ama The dark sterile mother.
amya The bright pregnant mother. COL IV.—This column may be equally well
\yhla symbolized by any single entry, preferably in 0.
\yhla hwhy }
Divine Names. The Monistic and Nihilistic conceptions are
aysrwk Throne. convertible. Hua may be equally named Tao,
IAO, Noumenon, and the like. All language on
LINE 4.—Chesed has this additional title:— this subject is necessarily feeble and hiero-
hmjk Majesty. glyphic. It is to name that which by definition
LINE 5.—Geburah has these additional titles:— has no name.
}yd Justice. COL. V.—These God-names are the “Grand
djp Fear. Words” of the corresponding grades (see Col.
CXXI.) except for 5°=6°, whose G.W. is hwchy.
The Zodiacal Gods are as for the Sephira,
which corresponds to the Planet ruling.
Apparently, in the numeration of Azbogah, line
12, only the AZ count.
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That these following are only titles of the COL. XIX.—Urim and Thummim = Auramoth
One Ineffable Name is shown by Koran xvii. and Thoum Mou, Egyptian Gods. They are
110. But monotheism is not true for the normal methods of divination by B and E.
consciousness, but only for that of the adept.
COL. XX., LINE 32.—These Gods preside over
[99 names of God in Arabic] the pieces in “Rosicrucian Chess.”5
COL. VI., LINE 31bis.—Essence, cf. a and w. D of B Bishop Ywoum mwou
COL. VIII.— C of B Queen I#haourey
B of B Knight Hnwou vw/s
LINES 1-10.—Beth Elohim gives a quite different E of B Pawn Kabexneuf
ten Qliphoth. E of B Castle Wauwqi#
LINE 15.— A of B King Vaourw

In the midst of the Zodiacal Qliphoth are D of C Bishop Xoni# ya mwou


lams [Samael] and yadmsa [Asmodai]. C of C Queen Y/wour i# mwog
At SE corner, Man, Serpent, and the elder B of C Knight Ceba qnwou haour i# ya
Lilith the wife of Samael. mwou
At NE corner, the Ox and Ass, and Aggereth E of C Pawn ]wmayv
the daughter of Machalath. E of C Castle S/weu ya i#
At NW corner, the Scorpion, and }wmisa,3 the A of C King Pya qav/n-q/x
Unnameable and hmuk.4 D of D Bishop Zw wan
At SW angle, the Lion and Horse, and the C of D Queen Qnwou ya Peq/]
younger Lilith the wife of Asmodai. B of D Knight {ou bal
E of D Pawn Ahevi
COL. IX.—The Cup of the Stolistes has its rim E of D Castle Yarves# fa qnwouya pe
and 2 and 3 and its foot in 10. A of D King {ouqaouri#
The Cadueceus is (easily) placed on the Tree D of
E Bishop Ar/wueri#
and divided into a, m, and c. C of
E Queen ?ice#
The Waxing Moon in 4; Waning in 5; Full in B of E Knight Hwwr
6. E of
E Pawn Amese]
COL. XI.—The elements, of whose nature the E of E Castle Neuvyuie#
signs of the Zodiac partake, are shown by the A of E King ?swwri#
symbol against them.
The Pawns refer to t as the House of the Elements
COL. XII.—Let 45 be a straight line. On 45 erect only, not to t as E.
the equilateral Bs 451, 459. From 4 and 5 draw
LINE 32.—Cfbaquwou
straight lines 247, 358 ⊥ 45, and the straight
lines 25 ⊥ 14, 43 ⊥ 15, 48 ⊥ 59, and 57 ⊥ 49, the
Hnoue. I#tomwou and Ahevi :
points 2, 3, 7 and 8 marking the intersections. ]wumatv : Amece] : Kabexnuf6
Join 19, 12, 13, 23, 78, 79, 89. Let 6 be the point COL. XXI.—The perfected Egyptian exlaims,
of intersection of 19, 57, 48. On 78 erect an “There is no part of me that is not of the Gods.”
equilateral B with its apex away from 1. This column gives the attribution in detail. The
Produce 19 to 10, join 7-10, 8-10. Daath is at non-cherubic Zodiac signs are omitted, but
the junction of 25, 34. See figure. follow their affinities.
COLS. XV.-XVIII.— COL. XXIII.— Formless State (F) = 4
Daath—Lavender, Grey-white, Pure violet, Sublime State (S) = 4
Grey flecked gold. Reflection (R) = 10
Herschel—Silver flecked white. Kashina (K) = 10
COL. XVI, Line 10.—For D, C, B, and E. Impurity (I) = 10
Analysis (A) = 1
Perception (P) = 1
40
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NOTES
Tribes, we having chosen Stones on bases of
physical analogy to Signs, Colours, &c.
COLS. XXXVIII.-XL.—The vagueness and
extent of these attributions is shown in this COL. XLII.—The following table of sub-elemental
table from Agrippa,7 who is too catholic to be perfumes is important:—
quite trustworthy.
A of A Ambergris.
Things under the Sun which are called Solary D of A The Gall of the Rukh.
Among stones— C of A Oncha.
1. The Eye of the Sun. 9. Topazius. E of A Musk.
2. Carbuncle. 10. Chrysopassus. B of A Civet.
3. Chrysolite. 11. Rubine.
4. Iris (stone). 12. Balagius. A of D Lign-aloes.
5. Heliotrope (stone). 13. Auripigmentum and D of D Galbanum.
6. Hyacinth (stone). things of a golden C of D Mastick.
7. Pyrophylus (stone). colour. E of D Storax.
8. Pantaura. B of D Olibanum.
Among plants—
1. Marigold. 17. Mastic. A of C Myrrh.
2. Lote-tree. 18. Zedoary. D of C Camphor.
3. Peony. 19. Saffron. C of C Siamese Benzoin.
4. Sallendine. 20. Balsam. E of C Indigo.
5. Balm. 21. Amber. B of C Oppoponax.
6. Ginger. 22. Musk.
7. Gentian. 23. Yellow honey. A of E Dittany of Crete.
8. Dittany. 24. Lignum aloes. D of E Assafœtida.
9. Vervain. 25. Cloves. C of E Clover.
10. Bay-tree. 26. Cinnamon. E of E Storax.
11. Cedar. 27. Calamus.
B of E Benzoin.
12. Palm-tree. 28. Aromaticus.
13. Ash. 29. Pepper. A of B Saffron.
14. Ivy. 30. Frankincense. D of B Lign-aloes.
15. Vine. 31. Sweet marjoram.
C of B Red-sanders.
16. Mint. 32. Libanotis.
E of B Red Sandalwood.
Among animals—
B of B Olibanum.
1. Lion. 5. Boar.
2. Crocodile. 6. Bull. COL. XLIII. and XLIV.—And, generally, all
3. Spotted-wolf. 7. Baboon. drugs exciting the parts of the body
4. Ram. corresponding. See Col. CLXXXII.
Among birds—
1. Phœnix. 5. Cock.
COL. XLVI.—Each Trigram combines with itself
2. Eagle. 6. Crow. and the others to make 64 Hexagrams, which
3. Vulture. 7. Hawk. partake of the combined nature. This
4. Swan. attribution is the true key to the Yi King. No
Among insects— sinologist has had any idea of it, but it is
1. Glow-worm. 2. Beetle. obvious enough now that O.M. has solved it.
Among fish— See Appendix I.
1. Sea-calf. 4. Star-fish.
2. Shell-fish. 5. Strombi. COL. XLVII.—
3. Pullus. 6. Margar. LINE 7.—Has a monkey.
LINE 19.—Said to have a monkey.
Among metals—
1. Gold. COL. XLIX.—The Geomantic Figures of the
Planets are those of the signs which they rule.
COL. XL.—Aaron’s breastplate is very doubtful;

q and r
we advise reliance on columns Stones and
LINES 3-10.

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p L v
COL. C.—Our order of Angelic Choirs is from R.
LINE 15. INE 16.
Mosheh ben Maimon. R. Ishmael and the book
Pliah prefer:—
LINE 17.
{ 1.
2.
Cherubim.
Chasmalim.

m and n
3. Chaioth.
LINE 18.
4. Aralim.
5. Seraphim.
LINE 19.
s and t 6.
7.
Tarshishim.
Auphanim.
{
w L o
8. Auphanim.
LINE 20. INE 22. 9. Aishim.
10. Taphsarim.

LINE 24. | L INE 25.


u And there are many other schemes.
COL. CII.—Add Daath, ydna.
LINE 26.
x LINE 28.
z COL. CIII.—Add Daath, Cerebrum medium,
cuius locus est in parte capitis postica.
LINE 29.
y But these have many other attributions, and
each is itself divisible: thus Chesed and
See the “Handbook of Geomancy,” The Geburah of Tiphareth are the breasts; Tiphareth
Equinox I: 2, p. 137.8 the heart; Netzach and Hod the testicles; Jesod
COL. L.—The Catholic “seven deadly sins” in the membrum virile; and Malkuth, the anus.
square brackets. The signs of the Zodiac are variously given,
and the Planets agree with the face: thus ' and
COL. LVII.—Egyptian Quarters.
&, the ears; % and $, the nostrils; ! and =, the
COLS. LVII., LIX., &c.—Beth Elohim gives:-- eyes; and #, the mouth. The hand: thumb, A;
Michael, Leo, and South to C and y. 1st finger, D; 2nd, C; 3rd, E; 4th B. These,
Gabrial, Bull, and North to B and h. however, vary somewhat.10
Raphael, Man, and West to E and #.
Uriel, Eagle, and East to D and w. COL. CVI.—These Abodes are enclosed in four
circles: the Waters of Weeping, or Creation, of
COL. LXIX.— Oceanus, and the False Sea. Compare the
Sattvas, H classical four rivers of Hell.11
In a close
Rajas, and F COL. CVIII.—Incomplete and redundant owing
analogy
Tamas G to unconentrated nature of Qliphoth.
COL. LXXIX., LINE 13.— LINE 2.—Three Evil Forms before Samael are:
Add (3321) }ttrc tumhcrbdc [Shadbarsheh-
laytmq [Qemetial]
moth Sharthathan], the Spirt of the Spirits of
the Moon. The final } is counted as 700, as are laybl [Belial]
the final \’s in Col. LXXVIII., line 13.9 laytu [Othiel]

COL. LXXXV.— The Thaumiel, also called Kerethiel


LINE 6.—Or lamcj. COL. CIX.—King ulb son of rwub, Dukes hwlu,
LINE 9.—Or laynpz.
unmj, and tty, are all referred to Daath.
COL. LXXXIX.—Add Daath, ahyh. Edomite Kings and Dukes are taken e libro
Maggid. and Gen. 36.
COL. XCIII., LINE 10.—Contains the Earth.
COL. XCVI.—Add Daath, hwyh. COL. CXIV., LINE 1.—I.e., simple breathing
without articulation.
COL. XCIX.—Add among Archangels:—
Azrael, Angel of Death (n),
Israfel, of Last Trump (c).

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COL. CXV.—The furniture, &c., is attributed as TABLES OF THE ANGELS OF THE HOURS ACCORDING
15
told in the ritual, here duly h—d, c—d, and n—r TO THE COURSE OF THE DAYS
r—d.12
Day: ! = % # & $ '
COL. CXXI.—Add the “waiting” Grades of Hour (Angels of the Hours of the Day)
“Lord of the Paths in the Portal of the Vault of 1. ! = % # & $ '
the Adept” between the 1st and 2nd Orders; and 2. $ ' ! = % # &
“Babe of the Abyss” between the 2nd and 3rd. 3. # & $ ' ! = %
COL. CXXV.—Burton gives these upside down. 4. = % # & $ ' !
The true attribution is checked by the Fire- 5. ' ! = % # & $
Worshippers (Guebres) in 5. Yet, of course, 6. & $ ' ! = % #
the Kether Hell may be considered as more 7. % # & $ ' ! =
awful than the Malkuth. 8. ! = % # & $ '
9. $ ' ! = % # &
COL. CXXVII.—These and many other (rather 10 # & $ ' ! = %
far-fetched and irrelevant) attributions of 11. = % # & $ ' !
various things are to be found in Burton’s 12. ' ! = % # & $
Arabian Nights, in the Tale of Abn al-Husn and
(Angels of the Hours of the Night)
his Slave-Girl Tawaddud.
1. & $ ' ! = % #
COL. CXXXIII.—The symbolic forms and Divin- 2. % # & $ ' ! =
ation meanings of these cards can be readily 3. ! = % # & $ '
constructed from considerations of their natures 4. $ ' ! = % # &
as here indicated. 5. # & $ ' ! = %
6. = % # & $ ' !
LINE 5.—This is the First Decan, and begins
7. ' ! = % # & $
from Cor Leonis.
8. & $ ' ! = % #
COL. CXXXVIII.—Astrological symbols are 9. % # & $ ' ! =
derived from the primary forms—Cross, 10. ! = % # & $ '
Crescent, Circle. 11. $ ' ! = % # &
12. # & $ ' ! = %
COL. CLXXIII.—For meaning and special
function, see original.13 They should, but do [The Angels of the Planets according to pseudo-
not, accurately refer to the divisions of each Abano are:—
sign into 7 planetary parts.
! Michael.
Pietro di Abano14 gives:— = Gabriel.
% Samael.
THE NAMES OF THE HOURS AND THE ANGELS # Raphael.
RULING THEM. & Sachiel.
The Names of the Hours. $ Anael.
' Cassiel.]
Hours of the day. Hours of the night.
1. Yayn Beron Note.—The first hour of the day, of every
2. Ianor Barol country, and in every season whatsoever, is to be
3. Nasnia Thari assigned to the sun-rising, when he first appeareth
4. Salla Athir arising in the horizon. And the first hour of the
5. Sadedali Mathon night is to be the thirteenth hour, form the first
6. Thamur Rana hour of the day.
7. Ourer Netos
8. Tamic Tafrac THE YEAR16
9. Neron Sassur The Spring: Taloi.
10. Iayon Aglo The Summer: Casmaran.
11. Abai Calerua The Autumn: Adarael.
12. Natalon Salam The Winter: Farlas.

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The Angels of the Spring: Carcasa, Core, Amatiel, in his right. A lion and a dragon are at his
Commissoros. feet, but he seems unaware of their attacks or
The Head of the Sign of the Spring: Spugliguel. caresses.
The Name of the Earth in the Spring: Amadai. LINE 12.—His attitude suggests the shape of
The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Spring: the Swastika or thunderbolt, the message of
The Sun, Abrayen; The Moon, Agusita. God.
The Angels of the Summer: Gargatel, Tariel, LINE 13.—She is reading intently in an open
Gaviel. book.
The Head of the Sign of the Summer: Tubiel. LINE 14.—She bears a sceptre and a shield,
The Name of the Earth in the Summer: Festatui. whereon is figured a dove as a symbol of the
The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Summer: male and female forces.
The Sun, Athemay; The Moon, Armatas. LINE 15.—His attitude suggests F, and he is
The Angels of the Autumn: Tarquam, Gualbarel.
seated upon the Cubic Stone, whose sides
The Head of the Sign of the Autumn: Torquaret. show the Green Lion and White Eagle.
The Name of the Earth in the Autumn: Rabianira. LINE 16.—He is crowned, sceptred, and
The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Autumn: blessing all in a threefold manner. Four
The Sun, Abragini; The Moon, Matasignias. living creatures adore him, the whole
suggesting a pentagram by its shape.
The Angels of the Winter: Amabael, Ctarari. LINE 17.—He is inspired by Apollo to prophesy
The Head of the Sign of the Winter: Altarib. concerning things sacred and progane: repre-
The Name of the Earth in the Winter: Gerenia. sented by a boy with his bow and two
The Names of the Su and Moon in the Winter: women, a priestess and an harlot.
The Sun, Commutaf; The Moon, Affarterim.
LINE 18.—He drives furiously a chariot drawn
COL. CLXXVII.—Musulman attribution of by two sphinxes. As Levi drew it.
Planets:— LINE 19.—Before him goeth upright the Royal
g ' Uræus Serpent.
LINE 21.—[H, F, and G, or Sattva, Rajas, and
t &
Tamas].
p % LINE 23.—From a gallows shaped like the
s ! letter d hangs by one foot a young fair man.
s and b $ His other leg forms a cross with the
d # suspending one. His arms, clasped behind
r = his head, form an upright B, and this
Note that s and not k is the 7th of the double radiates light. His mouth is resolutely closed.
letters. LINE 25.—A winged and crowned goddess,
The Jesuit Kircher17 gives— with flashing golden belt, stands, and pours
' & % ! $ # = from her right hand the flame of a torch upon
p r t b g d k an Eagle, while in her left hand she pours
water from an horn upon a Lion. Between
The order of the Planets is that of their her feet a moon-shaped cauldron of silver
apparent rate of motion. By writing them in smokes with perfume.
their order round a heptagon, and tracing the LINE 26.—Levi’s Baphomet is sound
heptagram unicursally, the order of the days of commentary on this Mystery, but should not
the week is obtained. be found in the text.
COL. CLXXVIII.—These intelligences are angelic LINE 27.—Human figures thrown thence
in nature, but possessing material and even suggest the letter u by their attitude.
earthly dominion. Hence they preside over the LINE 28.—A woman, naked, and kneeling
geomantic figures, whose nature indeed onher left knee, pours from a vase in her right
expresses their relation to man. hand silver waters into a river, by which
grow roses, the haunts of coloured butterfiles.
COL. CLXXXI. — With her left hand she pours golden waters
over her head, which are lost in her long hair.
LINE 11.—He laughs; bearing a sphere Her attitude suggests the Swastika. Above
containing illusion in his left hand, but over flashes a great star of seven rays.
his right shoulder, and a staff 463 lines long

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NOTES
LINE 29.—Below, a path leads between two
towers, guarded by jackals, from the sea,
wherein a Scarabæus marcheth landwards.
LINE 30.—Below is a wall, in front of which,
in a fairy ring, two children wantonly and
shamelessly embrace.
LINE 31.—An Angel blowing a trumpet,
adorned with a golden banner bearing a white
cross. Below a fair youth rises from a
sacrophagus in the attitude of the god Shu
supporting the Firmament. On his left a fair
woman, her arms giving the sign of Water—
an inverted C on the breast. On his right a
dark man giving the sign of Fire—an upright
B on the forehead.
LINE 32.—An ellipse, composed of 400 lesser
circles. At the corners of the card a Man, an
Eagle, a Bull, and a Lion. Within the circles
a naked shining figure in the sign of Earth—
right foot advanced, fight hand advanced and
raised, left hand lowered and thrown back.
The hands grip each a ray of dazzling light,
spiril, the right hand being dextro- and the
left hand lævo-rotary. A red scarf conceals
the fact of male genital organs, and suggests
by its shape the letter k. Such is the
conventional hieroglyph.

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APPENDIX I
THE TRIGRAMS OF THE YI KING

Attribution Planetary Hindu Yetziratic Figure. Name. Part of Key Scale


to Quarters. Attribution. Attribution. Attribution. body.

7
+
S. ! Lingam.
y
Khien. Head. 2 [and 30].

C
S.E. $ Apas.
m 6 Tui. Mouth. 14 [and 23].

!
5
Mano 6 [21 and
E. & (Prana). r
Li. Eyes.
30].

B
N.E. % Tejas.
c 4 Kbn. Feet. 27 and 31.

D
S.W. # Vayu.
a 3 Sun. Thighs. 11 [and 12].

=
2
10 [13 and
W. ' Akasa.
g
Khân. Ears.
32]

E
N.W. E Prithivi.
t 1 Kbn. Hands. 32 bis.

9
N. = Yoni.
h 0 Khwbn. Belly. 3 and 13.

The Trigrams should be considered as the symbols which combine these meanings, the Hexagrams as

combinations of these, chosen according to circumstances. Thus 4 is Fire of =, or Energy


2
of ', and might mean beginning to change, or force applied to obstruction, as it actually does.

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NOTES

THE HEXAGRAMS OF THE YI KING.

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

1 7 + of + Khien Heaven, &c. (+ for Lingam.)


7

2 0 9 of 9 Khwbn Earth, &c. (9 for Yoni.)


0

3 2 = of B Kun Danger and obscurity—genoj.


4

4 1 E of = Mbng Youth and ignorance.


2

5 2 = of + Hsü Waiting, sincerity.


7

6 7 + of = Sung Contention, opposition, strength in peril.


2

7 0 9 of = Sze Multitude, age and experience.


2

8 2 = of 9 Pî Help.
0

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

9 3 D of + Hsiâo Khû Small restraint.


7

10 7 + of C Lî Pleased, satisfaction, treating, attached to, a shoe.


6

11 0 9 of + Thâi Spring, tree course.


7

12 7 + of 9 Phî Decay, patience, obedience, autumn, shutting up, restriction


0

13 7 + of ! Thung Zbn Union (of men).


5

14 5 ! of + Tâ Yû Great havings.
7

15 0 9 of E Khien Humility.
1

16 4 B of 9 Yü Harmony and satisfction.


0

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NOTES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

17 6 C of B Sui Following
4

18 1 E of D Kû Troublesome services, arrest of decay, hard work.


3

19 0 9 of C Lin Approach of authority, inspect, comfort.


6

20 3 D of 9 Kwân Manipulating, contemplating.


0

21 5 ! of B Shih Ho Union by gnawing, legal constraint.


4

22 1 E of ! Pî Ornament, freewill.
5

23 1 E of 9 Po Overthrow, couch.
0

24 0 9 of B Fû Returning, visit from friends.


4

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

25 7 + of B Wû Wang Simplicity and sincerity, earnestness.


4

26 1 E of + Tâ Khû Great accumulation.


7

27 1 E of B Î Nourishment, upper jaw.


4

28 6 C of D Tâ Kwo Great carefulness, weak beam.


3

29 2 = of = Khan Pit, defile, peril.


2

30 5 ! of ! Lî Inherent in, attached to, docility.


5

31 6 C of E Hsien Influencing to action, all, jointly.


1

32 4 B of D Hbng Perseverance, keeping to the path.


3

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NOTES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

33 7 + of E Thun Returning, avoiding, retirement.


1

34 4 B of + Tâ Kwang Violence, the Great Ram.


7

35 5 ! of 9 Tzin To advance (good).


0

36 0 9 of ! Ming Î Intelligence, wounded.


5

37 3 D of ! Kiâ Zbn Household, wifely duty.


5

38 5 ! of C Khwei Disunion, family discord.


6

39 2 = of E Kien Lameness, immobility, difficulty.


1

40 4 B of = Kieh Unravelling (a knot, &c.).


2

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

41 1 E of C Sun Diminution.
6

42 3 D of B Yî Addition, increase.
4

43 6 C of + Kwâi Displacing, strength, complacency, tact.


7

44 7 + of D Kâu Unexpected event, a bold woman.


3

45 6 C of 9 Tzhui Collected, docility.


0

46 0 9 of D Shbng Advance and ascent.


3

47 6 C of ! Khwbn Straightened, distressed,


x Carcer, growth restricted.
2

48 2 = of D Tzing A well, self-cultivation.


3

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NOTES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

49 6 C of ! Ko Change
5

50 5 ! of D Ting A caldron, a concubine, flexibility, quick ear and eye.


3

51 4 B of B Kbn Ease, development, moving power, thunder.


4

52 1 E of E Kan Peace, a mountain.


1

53 3 D of E Kien Fortunate marriage, gradual advance, goose.


1

54 4 B of C Kwei Mei Unfortunate marriage (of a younger sister before the elder).
6

55 4 B of ! Fbng Large, abundant, progress.


5

56 5 ! of E Lü Strangers.
1

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES

Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.

57 3 D of D Sun Flexibility, penetration, vacillation, wind, wood, &c.


3

58 6 C of C Tui Pleasure, help from friends, still water.


6

59 3 D of = Hwân Dissipation, dispersion, turning to evil.


2

60 2 = of C Kieh Joints of body, regular division.


6

61 3 E of = Kung fü Inmost sincerity.


6

62 4 B of E Hsiao Kwo
Non-essential, success of trifles, a wonded bird, small

1
divergences.

63 2 = of ! Ki Tzi Help attained, complete success.


5

64 5 ! of = Wei Tzi Incomplete success, foolish impulse, failure.


2

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Transcriber’s notes
[The work as presented here is currently incomplete: owing to my complete ignorance of Arabic, one
column (the Princes of the Jinn) and some endnote material (the 99 names of God) in that language
have not been entered.]
This electronic edition of 777 was prepared from the version of 777 Revised printed in 777 and other
Qabalistic Writings (originally published as The Qabalah of Aleister Crowley). As far as I can tell
this was a facsimile from the 1955 first edition of 777 Revised; while Crowley’s original Preface was
re-set in the 1955 edition, the Tables of Correspondence, Crowley’s notes thereon, and the appendix
giving the trigrams and hexagrams of the I Ching were with minor exceptions straight facsimiles from
the original 1909 edition of 777.
In preparing the present edition I have included, besides the Preface, tables, notes and appendix from
the original edition, the following additional material from 777 Revised:
* The 11 additional columns (CLXXXIV – CXCIV). These were originally appended at the end of
Table VI. Six were explanatory of or supplementary to existing columns: (e.g. numerations of
Greek and Arabic letters, transliterations or translations; the “magical formulæ” column was
specifically referred to the column of magical weapons); these have been placed immediately
after the appropriate column. The others have been appended to the end of the appropriate table.
While they are hence “out of sequence” I feel this is unlikely to cause confusion as these
additional columns are rarely if ever directly referenced by number in other works.
* Additional correspondences as mentioned in Crowley’s remarks on the various columns. They
are inserted into the appropriate columns in double square brackets [[like this]].
Also added are:
* Numeration of Coptic.
* Transliterations of most Hebrew names.
In order to keep the present work at a manageable size, I have not included:
* Yorke’s editorial preface.
* The essay on the Magical Alphabet
* The Meaning of the Primes from 11 to 97.
* The “Various Arrangements” (mostly from The Book of Thoth)
* The “Explanations of the Attributions” – a series of remarks, some developing almost into essays,
on columns I-III, V-VIII, X, XI, XIII-XXII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVIII-XLIII, XLV, LVI-LXVIII, LXXVII-
LXXXVI, and XCVII.
* “What is Qabalah?”
* “What is a ‘Number’ or a ‘Symbol’?” (an extract from the New Comment on AL I.4)
Some of this additional material may later be made available in HTML format.
I have not attempted to preserve the original pagination of the tables of correspondence. For ease of
reading, columns are arranged from left to right across a single page. Obvious typos have been
corrected; other questionable readings are noted below.
T.S.

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Endnotes The “fifth book of the Lemegeton”, Ars Nova, is
rather a kind of appendix which appears in one MS
Notes to Crowley’s Preface where it occupies one and a half sides of a single
1
S.L. “MacGregor” Mathers. folio leaf: it contains an extended prayer associated
2 with the names on the circle and triangle of the
The reference is probably to the Heptameron seu Goetia, possibly intended to be spoken while
elementa magica, a 16th-century Grimoire of drawing these, along with a short and garbled
planetary magick (published with the Fourth Book conjuration containing some highly corrupt Hebrew
of pseudo-Agrippa) deriving in part from the names, probably also connected with the Goetia as it
Solomonic cycle and in part from the Liber Juratus mentions the brazen vessel; and finally, a lengthy
or Sworn Book of Honorius, a medieval work on curse targetted at anyone who steals the book.
magick (not to be confused with the early modern
Grimoire of Honorius falsely attributed to the third The Ars Nova is sometimes confused with the Ars
Pope of that name). Its attribution to Pietro d’Abano Notoria (Notary Art) attributed to Solomon, which
(1253-1316) is generally recognised as spurious. The latter rather appears to be a medieval magical
uncontested works of d’Abano do deal in part with derivative of classical art of memory, based around
astrological images and the medical / talismanic use the contemplation of images or notæ while repeating
of the same (vide Walker, Spiritual and Demonic prayers. The Ars Notoria was condemned by
Magic and Yates, Giordano Bruno), and he is Aquinas (cited in Yates, Art of Memory) and various
occasionally cited as an authority by Renaissance Renaissance writers such as Erasmus and Agrippa
writers such as Ficino and Agrippa; the material (in De vanitate &c.); Robert Turner produced an
specifically attributed to d’Abano in 777 is from the English translation which was made less than useful
Heptameron, although the images of the decans may by the omission of the figures: this translation has
be from his genuine works. been incorporated into some later MSS and printed
3 editions of the Lemegeton.
Probably a reference to the Golden Dawn. After 5
swearing a long and tortuously phrased Oath of In The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the
Secrecy, the Neophyte was issued a “Knowledge Mage (tom. II cap. XIX) are tabulated the names of
Lecture” which consisted of the names and symbols various Evil Spirits: chief among these are the “Four
of the Elements, Planets and Signs along with the Princes and Superior Spirits”, to wit Lucifer,
Hebrew Alphabet and the names of the Sephiroth in Leviathan, Satan and Belial who may perhaps be
Hebrew. referred to the Elements (I would suggest Fire,
4 Water, Air, Earth respectively); immediately below
The Lemegeton is a 17th-century compilation, these are eight “Sub-Princes”, namely Oriens,
probably English, of magical texts attributed to Paimon, Ariton, Amaimon (vide 777 col. LXVIII),
Solomon. The first book, Goetia, describes 72 “Evil Astarot, Magot, Asmodee and Belzebud (sic); a total
Spirits” and gives instructions for evoking them (it of 316 named spirits are listed below the eight Sub-
derives variously from the Key of Solomon, the Princes, some subject to one of them, some shared
Heptameron, the Fourth Book of pseudo-Agrippa between two or more.
and the Pseudomonarchia Dæmonum of Wier). In 6
777 cols. CLV – CLXVI the spirits are referred to the The Book of the Concourse of the Forces is the title
Decans by day and night. of a collection of Golden Dawn papers loosely based
on the “Enochian” material which emerged from the
The second book, Theurgia Goetia, describes 27 ceremonial skrying of John Dee and Edward Kelly.
principal spirits and a very large number of Crowley later published a terse and incomplete
subordinates of whom relatively few are named; of abstract of this material as “A brief abstract of the
the 27, 16 are referred to the points of the compass symbolic representation of the Universe” in Equinox
and the other 11 are said to wander and have no I (7-8). See also Regardie (ed.) The Golden Dawn,
fixed place. They are said to be partly evil and party vol. IV.
good, hence the apparently oxymoronic title. It is 7
possible that the Theurgia-Goetia was based on the This would not be a view generally shared by most
Steganographia of Trithemius by someone who did serious practitioners and students of Dee and Kelly’s
not realise that the latter was primarily a work of magick. Unless Crowley is talking about the G.D.
cryptography. version of “Enochian Magic” in which case he has a
point.
The third book, Ars Paulina, contains a catalogue of 8
Angels for the 12 hours of the day and night, and for 4 Planes: the first consists solely of Kether; the
the 12 signs and 360 degrees of the Zodiac; they are second of Chokmah and Binah; the third of Chesed
also attributed to the seven classical Planets. through to Yesod; the fourth of Malkuth only. These
are identified by some with the Four Worlds. 3
The fourth book, Ars Almadel, is probably of Pillars / 7 Planes: see col. XII. 7 palaces: see col.
medieval origin: it divides up the powers it summons LXXXVII et seq.
into four “Altitudes”, seemingly referred to the
cardinal points of the Zodiac.

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NOTES
Notes to Tables of Correspondences Line 17: The Rekti goddesses and Merti goddesses
Table I (the whole scale) both appear to have been specific titles or epiphets
of Isis and Nephthys.
Col. VIII. The numbers after the Qliphoth of the Line 19: Pasht (according to Budge, op. cit. I, 517)
Sephiroth represent which of the seven “palaces” is Pekh or Pekhit, a minor lioness goddess. Mau
they are referred to: see the arrangements in Col. is onomatopœic Egyptian for ‘cat’ and appears to
LXXXVIII et. seq. Transliterations are as given in have been an epiphet of Ra.
Crowley’s remarks on this column in 777 Revised,
although a few have been altered where they are not Line 22: Ma is more usually spelt Maat or Ma’at.
consistent with the Hebrew spelling. Lines 23, 31: Auramoth and Thoum-aesh-neith
were never Egyptian deities but were names
Col. XIV. These represent G.D. attributions, before constructed on Qabalistic principles by the Golden
Crowley changed the titles of a number of the Dawn to refer to water and fire; similarly the name
Trumps in The Book of Thoth and exchanged the Tarpesheth (Tharpesht) is unknown prior to G.D.
attributions of the Star and Emperor based on AL material, although she appears to be a hybrid of
I.57. Bast and Sekhet.
Col. XIX. Transliterations of Egyptian names have Line 24: Typhon was a monster in Greek myth,
been left as in the first edition. These differ from probably a personification of destructive forces of
both modern transliterations and those employed by nature, who was identified with Set in late
early 20th-century writers such as Budge. classical times. Add Selket, whose symbol was
Line 1: Asar is better known by the Hellenized the scorpion. I have no idea what Khephra is
form Osiris; Asar-un-Nefer (“Osiris the doing here.
beautiful”) was a particular epiphet or title of this Line 25: Add Neith (Net) who is traditionally
god. Hadith in this line (also Hadit in line 0) is depicted with a bow and arrows.
not a historical Egyptian deity but refers to the
entity described in cap. II of The Book of the Law; Line 26: Khem is identified by Budge (op. cit., I,
the name is a garbled or corrupt form of Heru- 97) with the phallic god Min or Amsu, and is said
Behutet (Horus of Behutet), a solar-martial form to have been the god of Apu (Panopolis).
of Horus symbolized by the winged disk. Heru- Line 28: Ahephi is Hapi, one of the Children of
Ra-Ha is not a historical Egyptian deity but is Horus.
mentioned in cap. III of The Book of the Law and is Line 29: Add Hequet (Hekt).
said to combine Hoor-par-Kraat (Horus the Child)
and Ra-Hoor-Khuit (Ra-Horus of the Two Line 31: Kabeshunt is probably Qebhsennuf, one
Horizons). of the Children of Horus.
Line 6: “On” was not an Egyptian deity but a Line 32: I have no idea who ‘Mako’ is.
transliteration into Hebrew (}a or }wa) of the name In the Golden Dawn Z1 paper the Children of Horus
of the Egyptian solar cult-centre called Heliopolis or Canopic Gods had ‘invisible stations’ in the
by the Greeks. The confusion arose through a corners of the Temple. The most immediate source
misreading by Freemasons of Genesis XLI, 45 and for the elemental attributions, though, is the Golden
50 where Joseph married “Asenath daughter of Dawn paper on “Enochian Chess” where the four
Poti-phera priest of On.” ON spelt }u as a formula pawns of each side are referred to these God-forms.
is another matter entirely; see Col. CLXXXVII. It is not clear why Crowley omitted Tuamutef for
Hrumachis is probably a variant spelling of Water: (a G.D. Coptic form of this name is cited in
Harmachis (Hor-Maku), said by Budge (Gods of connection with the “Eagle Kerub” in a ritual in
the Egyptians vol. I p. 470) to be the Greek name Equinox I (3)).
for Heru-Khuti, Horus of the two horizons, who In a myth recounted by Budge (op. cit. vol. I p. 158)
represented the sun from sunrise to sunset. these gods are said to have grasped the four pillars of
Line 13: Chomse also spelt Khons or Khensu. In heaven as sceptres: Amset the South, Hapi the
one legend (cited by Budge, op. cit. I, 448) he is North, Tuamutef the East, and Qebhsennuf the West.
said to be the son of the cat goddess Bast who was They were also said to guard the Canopic Jars in
also associated with the moon (to complicate which the internal organs of the deceased were
matters Bast has solar aspects in some accounts). preserved, and their G.D. attributions to the cross-
Lines 16, 32-bis: Ahapshi is the Apis Bull (GD quarters probably derive from a single find of an
Coptic spelling). Ameshet is Amset (or Mestha), Egyptian tomb which had the four jars with the
one of the Children of Horus. images of the gods disposed thus.

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TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES
Col. XX. Col. XXXVIII.
Line 23: Possibly a G.D. Coptic spelling of Line 7: Iynx: Grk., Iugx (pl. Iuggej), the wryneck:
Ashtoreth who according to Budge (op. cit.) was a bird of the woodpecker family which had the
worshipped in Egypt in the later dynastic period misfortune to be used in early Greek love magick
(in Regardie, Complete G.D., “Sati-Ashtoreth” is (hence the attribution); but in the Chaldæan
referred to the Fire Queen in “Enochian Chess”, Oracles the Iunges appear to have been a group of
the name is spelt I#haourey in Crowley’s notes). ministering powers who stood between the
theurgist and the Supreme God (source: Lewy,
Line 25: A G.D. Coptic spelling of Aroueris. Chaldæan Oracles and Theurgy), whence they are
Col. XXI. All this is derived from the famous cited in the ritual of the Star Ruby. Not ‘lynx’ as
speech in cap. 42 of the Book of the Dead. Some it is sometimes misread; nor does it rhyme with
minor errors have been corrected (e.g. Line 12 read “sphinx.” As noted in the remarks on this column
“Aupu—the Hips”). The Planets are referred in 777 Revised, AC’s source here was Levi.
according to the attributions in Agrippa (tom. II cap. Line 8: Monoceros de Astris means “Unicorn
x); hence the duplication of left and right eye, ear from the Stars” and is a title of the grade of 3°=88
and nostril. Practicus (referred to Hod) in the Golden Dawn.
Line 15. Budge has “hands.” Col. XXXIX.
Line 32 bis. The Hebrew is Alim Chayyim, “the Line 8: Anhalonium Lewinii is now known by the
living Gods.” botanical name Lophophora williamsi.
Col. XXIII. “Nothing and Neither P nor p'”) and Col. CLXXXVII. See Magick in Theory and
“Beaten and Scattered Corpse” each denote two Practice for a discussion of some of these formulæ.
different meditations. Another set of attributions of magical formulæ to the
Col. XXXV. Agrippa (De occ. phil. tom II cap xiv) Tree of Life survives in one of Crowley’s magical
in his “Orphic Scale of the Number Twelve” refers notebooks and may be studied in Magick: Book 4
the twelve principle Gods of Rome to the Zodiac: Parts I-IV (editor’s notes to Appendix V col. 34).
a Pallas (Minerva) Line 0: LASTAL is not necessarily an error for
b Venus LAShTAL (for which see Liber V vel Reguli) but
c Phoebus may be a variant form, the ST representing the
d Mercury Coptic sou, identified with the Greek stau and
e Jupiter attributed to Kether (see Col LI and Magick, loc.
f Ceres cit.). M . . . . M probably refers to MUAUM, said
g Vulcan (in a letter from C.S. Jones to Frank Bennet) to be
h Mars the Word of a Neophyte of A∴A∴, representing
i Diana the whole course of the breath. Spelt \wawm in
j Vesta Hebrew, it adds to 93 (it may also contain a
k Juno concealed yod, not pronounced or counted in the
l Neptune. enumeration, which would explain the fourth dot
Crowley included most of these, omitting only in M . . . . M and the extra coloured band used to
Jupiter and Phoebus. glyph the word in Pyramidos).
Lines 1-9: In The Heart of the Master, section
Col. XXXVI. The Evangelists follow their Aves (‘Birds’), nine magical formula are given as
traditional attribution to the Kerubim. Godwin gives the voices of various symbolic birds, apparently
the Apostles thus (he does not state his source): referred to the Sephiroth 1-9, thus:
a Matthias 1 (the Swan): AUMGN (one version has AUM)
b Thaddeus 2 (the Phœnix): AL
c Simon 3 (the Raven): AMEN
d John 4 (the Eagle): SU
e Peter 5 (the Hawk): AGLA
f Andew 6 (the Pelican): IAO
g Bartholemew 7 (the Dove): HRILIU
h Phillip 8 (the Ibis): ABRAHADABRA
i James son of Zebedee 9 (the Vulture): MU
j Thomas
k Matthew Line 24: Possibly ON (ayin nun) should also be
l James son of Alpheus. referred here.

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NOTES
Col. XLVI. Crowley’s later attributions of the Table II (the Elements)
trigrams of the I Ching, etc., to the Sephiroth are
given in The Book of Thoth, thusly: Col. LXVI. The numerical value of each of these
0: Tao. spellings gives the number in Col. LXV, which,
1: Tao Teh. rendered in Hebrew letters, gives the “secret name”
2: Yang. in Col. LXIV.
3: Yin. Line 31. Originally given hyh wyw hyh dwy, which
Daath: Khien. adds to 82 rather than 72. The reading here is from
4: Tui. Mathers’ introduction to Kaballah Unveiled.
5: Kbn.
6: Li. Table III (the Planets)
7: Kbn. Col. LXXVIII.
8: Sun.
9: Khân. Line 13. Various spellings of this horrendous
10: Khwbn. name have appeared in the literature, and as
mentioned in Crowley’s notes on this column, the
Col. XLVIII. Most of these refer to symbols spelling given here can only be made to add to
appearing in Golden Dawn rituals. 3321 by counting the final \ as 700 rather than the
Line 26: Possibly should read “Calvary Cross of 6, more usual 600. Liber D had \yrhc hwrb duw
Solid” as the faces of such will total 26 squares. \ycycrtb aklm, Malkah be-Tarshishim ve-
A’ad be-Ruah Sheharim, which gives the required
Col LI. This arrangement differs slightly from the value without any such dubious fudges. The
G.D. attributions given in Regardie (ed.), Complete oldest known form of this name is \yqjc jwrb
G.D. (buried in the Ring and Disk paper), in that t du \ytycrtb aklm, Malkah be-Tarshithim
and y have been interchanged. In the printed edition A’ad be-Ruach Shechaqim (Agrippa, op. cit., lib.
of 777, G was given in line 1 as well as line 13, and II, cap. xxii).
$ in line 10 (C did not appear on the table). These
have been corrected as compositor’s errors; $ has Table IV (the Sephiroth)
been placed in line 1 and C in line 10 in accordance
Col. LXXXVIII. These originally given in Latin; I
with G.D. attributions. For each letter, ‘upper case’
have translated them into English.
and ‘lower case’ forms are shown; the degree of
difference between these two forms varies between Col. XCII. The original had this in Latin; it was a
letters. slight garbling of the Vulgate of Isaiah VI, 2-3. I
The two un-numbered columns are extracted in this have translated it into English as it appeared.
instance from Appendix V to the ‘Blue Brick’
Col. XCIV. Despite being headed “English of
edition of Magick, in turn deriving from Crowley’s
Palaces” this column was originally in Latin. The
magical notebooks. Numbers seem in most cases to
translations of the Seven Heavens are mostly from
be those of the equivalent Greek letter; the ‘English
Godwin’s Cabalistic Encyclopedia, s.v. “Heaven.”
equivalents’ do not necessarily represent the original
phonetic value of the letters but rather refer to the Col. CIII. This column originally printed in Latin.
transliterations employed in the Golden Dawn,
where Coptic spellings of the names of various Col. CVIII. For what it’s worth (see Crowley’s note
Egyptian Gods were constructed according to the on this column), here are the transliterations of the
Qabalistic attributions of the letters. The letter sou Hebrew names:
($, #) did not historically have a phonetic value as Line 2. Samael (“poison of God” or “blind god”).
such but was rather used to fill out the numbering lams = 131 = Pan.
scheme by standing for 6; whence it was identified
Line 3. Isheth Zanunim (Woman of Whoredom),
with the obsolete Greek letter stau which was also
said to be the wife of Samael. \ynwnz tca = 864 =
used for number 6, and given the value ‘st.’
\ycdq cwdq, Qadosh Qadeshim, Holy of Holies.
Col LII. The letters are shown in their ‘isolated’ Doubtless there is an Arcanum concealed here,
forms; since Arabic is written cursively, letter forms possibly along the lines of “you can prove
vary slightly depending on whether the letter appears anything with Gematria if you try hard enough.”
on its own, or in the beginning, in the middle, or at Line 5. Ashteroth. Historically a Middle Eastern
the end of a word. The repetition of one letter in goddess (a.k.a. Ishtar, Astarté, etc.), denounced by
lines 9 and 10 appears to be deliberate. Old Testament writers and given an inexplicable
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Line 6. Chiva, the Beast; said to be the offspring rules the card in question by day, the one on the right
of Samael and Isheth Zanunim (see Mathers’ by night.
introduction to Kaballah Unveiled, para 61). Only Cols. CXXXIII – CXXXVI. Words in square
a hideous fudge (to wit (a) mis-spelling the name brackets are the Book of Thoth keywords for these
as ahija, (b) writing each letter out in full and (c) cards where these differ from the titles.
counting hé in full as ah rather than the more
usual hh) can get this name to add to 666.
Line 7. Asmodai. Appears in the apocryphal Table V (the Zodiac)
Book of Tobit. Sometimes also known by the Col. CXXXIX. The outer planets – Uranus ((),
Latinised form Asmodeus. The name is possibly a Nepture ()) and Pluto (*) and the Nodes of the
modification of Aeshma Deva, an evil spirit from Moon were not given in this table in 777, but
Persian mythology. appeared in these positions in the table “The
Line 8. Belial. Said to be the chief of the evil Essential Dignities of the Planets” in The Book of
spirits in some late Jewish apocalyptic literature Thoth. In Magick Crowley added an additional
(e.g. the Testament of the 12 Patriarchs), but in the column, the “Superior Planetary Governers” of the
Old Testament the name was a mere term of abuse signs; initially this referred the Cardinal signs to the
meaning “masterless” or “worthless.” “Primum Mobile”, the Kerubic signs to Uranus and
Line 9. Lilith. She gets everywhere. the Mutable signs to Neptune; in The Book of Thoth
the Cardinal signs were referred to Pluto (discovered
Line 10. Naamah. The sister of Tubal-Cain (see in the 1930s).
Masonic symbolism); but in the Zohar she gets
turned into another version of Lilith. Cols. CXLIX – CLI. Agrippa (tom. II cap. xxxvii)
gives a somewhat different set of images for the
Col. CIX. Rather than use planetary symbols to decans, along with the significance of each. It is
distinguish the Kings and Dukes as in the printed believed Agrippa derived from Latin translations of
edition, I have split this column. For Daath add the Picatrix, a medieval Arabic work on magic. The
King Bela son of Beor (rwub }b ulb) and Dukes images given here are close to those printed by
Timnah (uamt), Alvah (hwlu) and Jetheth (tty). Regardie in Complete Golden Dawn, and thus
Col. CX. probably represent those circulating in the G.D.,
though Regardie also gave the signification of each
Line 1. Ruach Elohim Chayyim, the Spirit of the image (similar but not always identical to those in
Living Gods. The first edition of 777 had as a Agrippa).
subtitle \yyj \yhla hwr tja, Achath Ruach
Elohim Chayyim (“one [is] the Spirit of the Living Cols. CLV – CLXVI. I have added transliterations
Elohim”), a line from the Sepher Yetzirah which of the names of the spirits and numbers according to
adds to 777. the order in which they appear in the Goetia.
Planetary symbols indicate the rank of the spirit and
Cols. CXII – CXIII. These sets of attributions were the material from which its seal is to be made (some
extracted by the Golden Dawn from the first volume spirits have two ranks), thus:
of Kabbala Denudata. The symbols in 7 and 8
apparently represent “hermaphroditic Brass.” Rank Planet Metal
Prince Jupiter Tin
Col. CXIV. The numbers are an addition; each
password adds to the “mystic number” of the Earl Mars Iron
Sephirah corresponding. Vide Col. X. King Sol Gold
Duke Venus Copper
Col. CXV. The entries in this column were President Mercury Mercury (hmm…)
originally given as initials only. Marquis Luna Silver
Col. CXXI. These are Golden Dawn titles. The Note that in rendering the names of the demons into
A∴A∴ titles in the 1st order differ slightly; 0°=08 is Hebrew, some suffixes like –ion, –ius, etc. have
Probationer, 1°=108 is Neophyte, 2°=98 Zelator and been dropped.
the “waiting” grade between Philosophus and
An alternative set of attributions and Hebrew
Adeptus Minor is called Dominus Liminis. spellings can be found in The Sword and the Serpent
Cols. CXXIX – CXXXII. These are the Angels of by Denning and Phillips, and Godwin’s Cabalistic
the Shem ha-Mephorash or Divided Name of God, a Encyclopedia.
full explanation of which would be beyond the scope
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NOTES
Cols. CLXVII – CLXXI. A completely different set Earth:
of names for the dekans and the gods referred to Bishop: Aroueris
them may be found in Budge’s Gods of the Queen: Isis
Egyptians, vol. ii pp 304-310. I am unaware of Knight: Hoori (Horus)
Crowley’s source for these attributions: generally the Castle: Nephthys
names seem at the very least somewhat Hellenized. King: Aeshoori (i.e. Osiris again)
Pawns
Notes to Crowley’s notes Knight’s pawn: Kabexnuv (Qebhsennuf)
1
Because jk = Koch, Power, and hm is the “secret Queen’s Pawn: Tmoumathph (sic) (Tuamutef)
name” of Yetzirah (vide Col. LXIV). Bishop’s Pawn: Ahepi (Hapi)
2 Rook’s Pawn: Ameshet (Mestha)
i.e., the Hebrew word for “ten.” 6
I cannot identify the first three of these names. I
3
Unclear. Possibly an error for }wmiama, Amaimon. believe the remaining four were intended to be G.D.
The G.D. Qliphoth lecture has }wdba, Abaddon. Coptic spellings of Hapi (Ahephi), Tuamutef
4
Possibly an error for hmun, Naamah or Nahemah. (Toumathph), Mestha (Ameshett) and Qebhsennuf
The G.D. Qliphoth lecture as printed by Zalewski (Kabexnuv), the Sons of Horus, and have corrected
(1994) has “Maamah” which itself may be a them accordingly.
misprint. 7
De. occ. phil. lib. I. cap xxiii. The following six
5
“Rosicrucian Chess” is also known as “Enochian chapters list various things said to be under the
Chess” although its connection with Dee and Kelly’s power of the other six classical planets. See also
magick is tenuous at best; it is a four-handed game cap. xxii which gives general attributions for the
also used as a system of divination, loosely based on planets and the theory behind all this, and cap. xxxii,
an ancient Indian game called Chaturanga, but with “What things are under the Signs, the Fixed Stars,
pieces representing Egyptian Gods. It was probably and their images.”
created by W. Wynn Westcott. For a more detailed 8
On typographic and chronological evidence this
account see Zalewski, Enochian Chess of the Golden line was an addition in 777 Revised.
Dawn (Llewellyn). 9
As noted above, this last is a fudge which was
Rather than attempt to transliterate and then decipher probably made necessary by someone miscopying
the Coptic names given by Crowley (some of which the name of the Intelligence of the Intelligences of
I suspect are corrupt or misprinted) I will give the the Moon so it no longer added to 3321.
versions of these names as listed in Regardie (ed.), 10
Complete G.D. (tom. X pp. 113-4). In many cases The Golden Dawn lectures give a slightly different
these are not reasonable transliterations of the names attribution of the fingers, based on the points of the
printed in 777. Pentagram, thus: the thumb to Spirit, the index to
Water, the medius to Fire, the third finger to Earth
Fire: and the little finger to Air.
Bishop: Toum. 11
Queen: Sati-Ashtoreth. In the Golden Dawn diagram (in turn derived from
Knight: Ra. von Rosenroth) from which Col. CVI. was derived,
Castle: Anouke (possibly Ankhet, a title of Isis) the seven Earths of Col. CIV. were also enclosed by
King: Kneph (Khnemu). the four seas. The Infernal Rivers are referred to the
Elements thus: Air, Cocytus; Water, Styx; Fire,
Water: Phlegethon; Earth, Acheron (source: Godwin’s
Bishop: Hapimon (the Nile god) Cabalistic Encyclopedia).
Queen: Thouerist (Ta-urt the hippopotamus 12
goddess) “heled, concealed, and never revealed.”
13
Knight: Sebek The names appear in a supplement to the Rituel de
Castle: Shu Haute Magie as part of an “explanation” of the
King: Osiris “Nuctemeron of Apollonius of Tyana.” In cap. XVII
Air: of the Rituel Levi gives the names and characters of
Bishop: Shu another 24 Zodiacal genii, two for each sign. The
Queen: Knousou latter are here omitted.
14
Knight: Seb i.e., the author of the Heptameron (see note to
Castle: Tharpesht (a G.D. amalgam of Bast and Preface on this point). But much of the following
Sekhet) derives from the Liber Juratus in any case.
King: Socharis (Seker; an early god who became
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15
I have reduced this into a single table to save
space, representing each day and Angel with the
corresponding planetary symbol.
16
The names here have been conformed to the
version of the Heptameron printed in the Lyons
edition of Agrippa’s Opera. Crowley, possibly
because he was working from a corrupted copy,
stated that none were given for Winter; although the
names he gave for the Sun and Moon in Autumn
were those referred to Winter by pseudo-Abano.
17
Probably in his Oedipus Ægypticus. It is this book
(late 17th century) which as far as I am aware
contains the earliest known appearance of the
version of the Tree of Life used by the G.D. and
Crowley, and in fact most modern Western
occultists. Other Tree of Life arrangements are
discussed by Aryeh Kaplan in his translation of the
Sepher Yetzirah.
Appendix: the Yi King
Transliterations of Chinese names follow the system
used by Legge in Sacred Books of the East, which is
not in general current use. Note that italicised letters
have different phonetic values to non-italicised (K is
“thin (tenuis) modified guttural consonant”, Kh
“aspirated thin modified guttural”). b represents the
‘neutral’ vowel sound. Where Crowley has ‘tz’,
Legge used a character something like a stylised 3,
which I have been unable to find in any of the
typefaces I currently have; but as far as I can tell
from the table of transliteration conventions, this is
equivalent to the Hebrew x (described helpfully as
“Spiritus asperrimus 2” under dental consonants).
While this may be a little awkward and confusing, I
would submit it is to be preferred to a transliteration
scheme which manages to give the same
transliteration for two different Chinese characters
(vide the Wilhelm-Baynes I Ching, s.v. Hexagram
63).
The main traditional glosses to the trigrams are:
7 Heaven, sky
6 Water (marsh or lake)
5 Fire, sun, lightning
4 Thunder
3 Wind and wood
2 Water (rain, clouds, springs), moon
1 Hill or mountain
0 Earth

Additional traditional correspondences can be found


in the “EighthWing” (Appendix V. in the Legge
edition, “Shuo Kwa / Discussion of the Trigrams” in
Part II of the Wilhelm-Baynes edition).

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