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Tetragrammaton
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the word of god

or is it

a machine or a sygil?

discuss?
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There were some afterlife evps were the folk on the other side said they needed a machine to throw their voices. also, some sounded robotic.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:24 PM)
There were some afterlife evps were the folk on the other side said they needed a machine to throw their voices. also, some sounded robotic.

some say the original use was the seal of solomon which was used to control demons

others say it is a gravitational machine

i've also heard it has the name of god
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YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the holy, ultimate, and unspeakable name of God. It's true pronunciation is unknown. Jews never pronounce the word...they say Ah-doh-nye. By placing the Hebrew vowels of Ah-doh-nye (which means "my lord") around the YHVH, the word Jehovah is formed. So you see, it's a misnomer.

To use these "names" is a total misunderstanding of this holy name. YHVH might be an abbreviation for a longer word or a code for other letters or its even possible that some of the letters of this name is doubled. Nobody knows for sure.

Also, YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the English transliteration for how the Hebrew letters (YHVH) are named. The Y represents archetypical masculinity (yang, or animus)....the first H represents archetypical femininity (yin, or anima). The last 2 are just a repeat of the first 2 and represents ultimate unity (not duality). This is God, as represented by male-female symbolism on all planes.
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Magus  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:29 PM)
YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the holy, ultimate, and unspeakable name of God. It's true pronunciation is unknown. Jews never pronounce the word...they say Ah-doh-nye. By placing the Hebrew vowels of Ah-doh-nye (which means "my lord") around the YHVH, the word Jehovah is formed. So you see, it's a misnomer.

To use these "names" is a total misunderstanding of this holy name. YHVH might be an abbreviation for a longer word or a code for other letters or its even possible that some of the letters of this name is doubled. Nobody knows for sure.

Also, YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the English transliteration for how the Hebrew letters (YHVH) are named. The Y represents archetypical masculinity (yang, or animus)....the first H represents archetypical femininity (yin, or anima). The last 2 are just a repeat of the first 2 and represents ultimate unity (not duality). This is God, as represented by male-female symbolism on all planes.

this is but one explanation i have heard

one has to love the mysteries to understand it's infinite dimensions

as above

so below

as within

so without....
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trOlmec  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:26 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:24 PM)
There were some afterlife evps were the folk on the other side said they needed a machine to throw their voices. also, some sounded robotic.

some say the original use was the seal of solomon which was used to control demons

others say it is a gravitational machine

i've also heard it has the name of god

Binding demons is a quaint way of saying I just figured and named a constellation.

Binding the stars is more like it.

The gates are star maps. yeah3
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Ahriman nli  Wrote: (10-20-2013 08:52 PM)
trOlmec  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:26 PM)
some say the original use was the seal of solomon which was used to control demons

others say it is a gravitational machine

i've also heard it has the name of god

Binding demons is a quaint way of saying I just figured and named a constellation.

Binding the stars is more like it.

The gates are star maps. yeah3
as above so below....
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trOlmec  Wrote: (10-20-2013 08:29 PM)
Magus  Wrote: (10-20-2013 07:29 PM)
YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the holy, ultimate, and unspeakable name of God. It's true pronunciation is unknown. Jews never pronounce the word...they say Ah-doh-nye. By placing the Hebrew vowels of Ah-doh-nye (which means "my lord") around the YHVH, the word Jehovah is formed. So you see, it's a misnomer.

To use these "names" is a total misunderstanding of this holy name. YHVH might be an abbreviation for a longer word or a code for other letters or its even possible that some of the letters of this name is doubled. Nobody knows for sure.

Also, YUD-HEH-VAHV-HEH is the English transliteration for how the Hebrew letters (YHVH) are named. The Y represents archetypical masculinity (yang, or animus)....the first H represents archetypical femininity (yin, or anima). The last 2 are just a repeat of the first 2 and represents ultimate unity (not duality). This is God, as represented by male-female symbolism on all planes.

this is but one explanation i have heard

one has to love the mysteries to understand it's infinite dimensions

as above

so below

as within

so without....

I don't think you understand. This is Kabbalistic tradition...you know...the AUTHORS of YHVH.
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Magus  Wrote: (10-20-2013 09:03 PM)
trOlmec  Wrote: (10-20-2013 08:29 PM)
this is but one explanation i have heard

one has to love the mysteries to understand it's infinite dimensions

as above

so below

as within

so without....

I don't think you understand. This is Kabbalistic tradition...you know...the AUTHORS of YHVH.

perhaps i don't

but the one of the last great magus, simon was led astray by ego as he didn't allow the humbleness of other ideas permeate

seems history repeats itself

oh and i got that. i was asking other questions. but see above
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