The ten Sephiroth of universal vibration emerge from the Ain Soph, which is the Microcosmic Star that guides our interior. This Star is the Real Being of our Being.
Ten Sephiroth are spoken of, but in reality there are twelve; the Ain Soph is the eleventh, and its tenebrous antithesis is in the Abyss, which is the twelfth Sephirah.
These are twelve spheres or universal regions that mutually penetrate and co-penetrate without confusion. These twelve spheres gravitate in the central atom of the sign of the infinite. Solar humanity unfolds in these twelve spheres. We have said that the sign of the infinite is in the center of the earth, in the heart of the earth. The Sephiroth are atomic. The ten Sephiroth can be reduced into three tables:
A quantum table of the radiant energy that comes from the sun.
An atomic weight table of the elements of nature.
A molecular weight table of compounds.
This is Jacob’s Ladder which goes from earth to heaven. All of the worlds of cosmic consciousness are reduced to the three tables.
A Sephirah cannot be understood only in one plane because it is of a quadruple nature. Therefore, the Kabbalists clearly express the fact that there are Four Worlds.
Atziluth: the Archetypal World or World of Emanations. It is the Divine World.
Briah: the World of Creation, also called Khorcia or the World of Schema.
Yetzirah: the World of Formation and of the Angels.
Assiah: the World of Action, the World of Matter.
Three Sephiroth of form are found in the Pillar of Severity (Binah, Geburah, and Hod).
Three Sephiroth of energy are found in the Pillar of Mercy (Chokmah, Chesed, and Netzach).
The Pillar of Equilibrium is between these two pillars, where all of the distinct levels of consciousness are found (Kether, Tiphereth, Yesod, and Malkuth).
The ten known Sephiroth come from Sephirah, the Divine Mother, who resides in the heart temple. The mantra of the Divine Mother is IO which is the 10 emanations of Prakriti, in other words, the 10 (Ten) Sephiroth.
Kether is the Father within us, a breath from the Absolute, profoundly unknowable to Himself. Kether is the Ancient of Days. Each one of us, in our depth, is a blessed Ancient of Days.
Chokmah is the Son, the atomic Christ in us.
Binah is the Mother in us, the Holy Spirit in us.
Kether, Chokmah, and Binah are our Sephirothic Crown.
The very beloved Father, the very adored Son, and the very wise Holy Spirit live within the profundities of our superlative consciousness, waiting for the supreme instant of our realization.
The Holy Spirit is our Divine Mother that dresses with a blue mantle and a white tunic of exquisite splendors.
The Mother holds in her hand a precious lamp. This lamp is the Innermost who burns within the depth of our hearts. The Innermost is contained within a fine and transparent glass of alabaster. This glass is our own superlative consciousness; it is our Buddhi.
The Innermost is the Sephirah Chesed, and Buddhi is the Sephirah Geburah.
The Innermost and Buddhi express themselves through the Human Soul.
The Human Soul is Tiphereth, willpower, beauty.
Therefore, the Innermost, with his two Souls, the Divine and Human, officiates on his throne, which is the cerebrospinal nervous system.
The Innermost is crowned with the Sephirothic Crown. The Innermost abides in his temple. The temple of the Innermost has two columns, Jachin and Boaz. Jachin is the mind and Boaz is the Astral Body. The mind is the Sephirah Netzach and the Astral Body is the Sephirah Hod. These two columns of the temple are sustained upon the Cubic Stone of Yesod. This Cubic Stone also serves as a foundation for the Kingdom, Malkuth.
This Cubic Stone is the Ethereal Body. Malkuth is the physical body.
Therefore, the human being is a complete decade. We have ten fingers on our hands, ten Sephiroth, and Ten Commandments.
When the Elder of Days has Self-realized the ten Sephiroth, he transforms himself into Adam-Kadmon, the Heavenly Man.
Whosoever Self-realizes the ten Sephiroth will shine in the world of the Light with ineffable Christic splendors.
When the Ancient of Days reaches the realization of the ten Sephiroth in himself, these Sephiroth shine in the world of Light as precious gems, as resplendent stones within the body of the Ancient of Days.
He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God. - Revelation 2:7
The ten Sephiroth shine as precious stones in the body of the Ancient of Days. This is how we convert ourselves into the Heavenly Jerusalem.
And the foundations of the wall of the city were garnished with all manner of precious stones. The first foundation was jasper; the second, sapphire; the third, a chalcedony; and the fourth, emerald;
The fifth, sardonynx; the sixth, sardius; the seventh, chrysolite; the eighth, beryl; the ninth, a topaz; the tenth, a chrysoprasus; the eleventh, a jacinth; the twelfth, an amethyst. - Revelation 21:19-20
The ten Sephiroth are atomic; the ten Sephiroth are the holy city of Jerusalem that comes to shine within the depth of our heart.
In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. And there shall be no more curse but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him And they shall see his face; and his name shall be in their foreheads. And there shall be no night there; and they need no candle, neither light of the sun; for the Lord God giveth them light and they shall reign for ever and ever. - Revelation 22:2-5
When a human being incarnates the Sephirothic Crown, then the Elder of Days will shine upon him and he shall reign forever and ever.
Nonetheless, brothers and sisters of my Soul, truly I tell you that no one reaches the Father except through the Son. The Son is the atomic Christ in us; he is Chokmah, the divine Christic wisdom, the Gnosis which shines in the depth of our heart.
We have to inundate all of our vehicles with atoms of a Christic nature. We have to form Christ within ourselves in order to rise towards the Father, for one reaches the Father only through the Son.
It would be worthless for the Christ to be born one thousand times in Bethlehem if he is not born in our hearts as well. We have to form Christ within ourselves in order to enter through the doors into the triumphant and victorious city on Palm Sunday.
Christmas is a cosmic event that must be performed in each one of us. The Nativity (Christmas) is absolutely individual.
It is necessary for the Christ to be born in each one of us. The Nativity of the heart is urgent.
We need to transform the Tree of the Science of Good and Evil into the Immolated Lamb of the Holy City.
Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out. - Revelation 3:12
Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. - Revelation 2:10
I am the bread of life, I am the living bread, Whosoever eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day, He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, dwelleth in me, and I in him.” - John 6:48, 51, 54, 56
Indeed, Christ is a Sephirothic Crown (Kether, Chokmah, and Binah) of incommensurable wisdom, whose purest atoms shine within Chokmah, the world of the Ophanim.
This Sephirothic Crown (incommensurable) sent his Buddha, Jesus of Nazareth, who through innumerable reincarnations prepared himself in our terrestrial evolution.
It was in the river Jordan where the Christic crown, the Solar Logos, shone and penetrated within his Buddha, Jesus of Nazareth.
Behold here the mystery of the double human personality, which is one of the greatest mysteries of occultism.
When the human being receives the Sephirothic Crown, then the Ancient of Days illuminates him and guides him towards the waters of pure life.
Nonetheless, brothers and sisters of mine, no one reaches the Father except through the Son, and the Son is in the depth of the Ark of the Alliance waiting for the instant of realization.
The Ark of the Alliance is our sexual organs. Only through perfect chastity can we form the Christ within ourselves and rise towards the Father.
Brothers and sisters of mine, I already gave you, I already granted unto you, the Ark of the New Testament.
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And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake, and great hail. - Revelation 11:19
The Light is expanded in the dawn of every creation, and then gathered into the bosom of the Absolute at the end of every creation.
The most essential heart of every religion is its depiction of ultimate reality, or the fundamental root from which existence emerges. Every religion has differing terms and philosophies to aid our understanding, but the fact is that the intellect cannot understand it, yet the consciousness can. The practical Gnostic seeks to experience the Reality behind the illusion of existence.
The Absolute is the Being of all Beings. The Absolute is that which is, that which always has been, and which always shall be. The Absolute is expressed as absolute, abstract movement and repose. The Absolute is the cause of the Spirit and of matter, but it is neither Spirit nor matter. It is beyond thought and action, much beyond sound, beyond silence, and beyond the senses. The Absolute is beyond time, number, measurement, weight, and quality. It is beyond form, fire, light, and darkness. Nonetheless, the Absolute is the fire and the uncreated light. The Absolute has three aspects: (1) the unmanifested, (2) the spirit of life that animates every being, and (3) the chaotic, inodorous, atomic seminal, etc., matter.
The ultimate Reality is the Absolute.
In Buddhism, the Absolute is represented as Adi or Adhi Buddha.
In Hinduism, it is called Brahman.
Brahman or the Supreme Self is beyond time and space, causation. He is limitless. He is tranquil. He shines with equal effulgence in all bodies. He cannot be any particular thing. He is Chaitanya or pure consciousness. He is Vastu, Atman or Brahman or the Supreme Self is the hidden treasure. It is the jewel of jewels. It is gem of gems. It is the imperishable, inexhaustible supreme wealth, which no dacoit can rob. It is Chintamani of Chintamanis that will give man whatever he wishes.
Who Himself sees all, Whom no one beholds, Who illumines the intellect, etc., but Whom they cannot illumine—that is Brahman. That is Atman.
The self-shining pure being, Who is the support of this universe, Who is consciousness itself, Who is Bliss Absolute, Who is changeless is Brahman.
A supreme principle exists. It is Atman. It is Para Brahman. It is imperishable, unborn, undecaying and undying. It is ancient. It is one. It is a mass of wisdom and bliss.
Brahman is the biggest ocean of Satchidananda. Brahman is surrounded by an ocean of mind, an ocean of Prana and an ocean of ether and Tanmatras.
That unheard hearer, that unseen seer, that unthought thinker, that unknown knower is Brahman.
That unborn, undecaying, undying, immortal, fearless (Ajam, Ajaram, Amritam, Abhayam) essence is Brahman.
That from which this world has come out, That in which this world exists, That in which it gets dissolved is Brahman.
Atman is eternal (Nitya). It is unchanging (Nirvikara). It is one mass of knowledge (Prajnana Ghana, Chidghana, Vijnanaghana). It is imperishable (Akshara).
Atman or the pure spirit is timeless, spaceless, placeless and endless. It is full of Jnana (Jnana Maya). It is Santa and self-luminous (Svayam Jyoti). It is Jyotirmaya (full of light). All students of Vedanta seek this Atman to get Brahmanubhava. It is called Parama Vastu (supreme thing). It gives immortality.
That in which there is neither East nor West, neither light nor darkness, neither pleasure nor pain, neither hunger nor thirst, neither Harsha nor Soka, neither gain nor loss is Brahman.
Among the Aztecs, the Absolute was called Ipalnemohuani or Ipalnemoani, which means "one by whom the people live." It was symbolized by a radiant sun.
H. P. Blavatsky called it "the Great Breath."
It is the ONE LIFE, eternal, invisible, yet Omnipresent, without beginning or end, yet periodical in its regular manifestations, between which periods reigns the dark mystery of non-Being; unconscious, yet absolute Consciousness; unrealisable, yet the one self-existing reality; truly, "a chaos to the sense, a Kosmos to the reason." Its one absolute attribute, which is ITSELF, eternal, ceaseless Motion, is called in esoteric parlance the "Great Breath,"* which is the perpetual motion of the universe, in the sense of limitless, ever-present SPACE.
In Kabbalah, it is seen as having three essential aspects:
1. Ain: (Hebrew אין)
2. Ain Soph: (Hebrew אין סוף) Alternatively Ein Sof or Ayn Sof.
3. Ain Soph Aur: (Hebrew אין סוף אור)
The Absolute is the Being of all Beings. The Absolute is that which is, which always has been, and which always will be. The Absolute is expressed as absolute abstract movement and repose. The Absolute is the cause of Spirit and of matter, but it is neither Spirit nor matter. The Absolute is beyond the mind; the mind cannot understand It. Therefore, we have to intuitively understand its nature.
The Absolute is beyond conditioned life. It is beyond that which is relative. It is the real Being; It is Non-being because it does not keep any concordance with our concepts, but the Absolute is the “real Being.” This is why we do not intellectually comprehend it, because for us the Absolute is like Non-being; nonetheless, it is the real Being of the Being.
To be is better than to exist, and the reason for the Being to be is to be the Being itself. Our legitimate existence is within the Absolute, which is a non-being, a non-existence to human reasoning.
The Absolute is not a God, neither a divine nor human individual. It would be absurd to give form to that which has no form; it would be nonsense to try to anthropomorphize space.
Indeed, the Absolute is the unconditional and eternal abstract space, far beyond Gods and human beings. The Absolute is the Uncreated Light which does not project a shadow in any place during the profound night of the Great Pralaya.
The Absolute is beyond time, number, measurement, and weight; beyond causality, form, fire, light and darkness. Nonetheless, the Absolute is the Fire and the Uncreated Light.
The Absolute has three aspects:
Ain is the same as Sat in Sanskrit—in other words, the Unmanifested Absolute.
Ain Soph is the second aspect; it is where a certain manifestation already exists. It is the place where all creatures abide when the Great Pralaya (Cosmic Night) arrives, because they do not have the right to enter into the Ain, into the Unmanifested Absolute, which is beyond thought, word, atom, sound, beyond all of that which has form, number, weight, etc.
Ain Soph Aur is the third aspect in accordance with the Hebrew Kabbalah. Here we find the first cosmos, the purely spiritual Protocosmos. It is the Solar Absolute, which is formed by multiple Spiritual Suns. -
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