I believe that guide angles have been around us since the beginning of time. You have the Angels powers of God in your life, from the moment you born. God Angels are around us to guide, guard and force us to spiritual advancing in our life. From the moment of creation Angels (powers) are influancing each of us. 

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This site is exploring these phenomena called Angels. Here you can learn about them and how you can develop your own relationship with God via the angels or expand the contact that you already have with him... Angels commonly thought of us as messengers and communicators between humans and God, and are what we all often refer as the Guardians angels, or Guide angels. By many spiritual teachings the angels connect us to the energies of the Divine, by using the metaphor of the step down transformer-an electrical device (the angels) that decreases a high voltage source (the divine or God energy) so that it can be plugged into a lower voltage receptor (humans energy), on the other side, when we invoke, pray or appeal to the divine, the angels serve as kind of amplifiers to transmit our small and finite communication to the vast and infinite universal divine.
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The angels are energetic embodiments and vibratory expressions of the qualities and person of the divine. They awaken our consciousness to the presence of the divine that already exist in each and every human being ( our soul ). By partaking of them we activate aspects of the divine within us. While we are said to contain all the angelic characters within us and tune to them in different degrees, we probably have correspondence to particular angelic forces more, according to our time and date of birth or conciving time...

Angels are neither male nor female, but they are often referred to as he or she.  They do not have a human form because they are made up of divine energy; some call it love and light.  Angels will project themselves to us in a manner we are most comfortable with, which means we often see them as human. If they have a message to give us, they may even come to us in the form of a departed loved one, so as not to scare us. Other ways Angels may appear to us is through lights, colors, sounds, feelings, thoughts, dreams and scents.

Angels do not want to be worshipped, they do not want us to pray to them as we pray to God, but we can't expect guidance from them unless we ask for it. God has given all of us free will and Angels are not interfere with that, yet these energy around us is pushing us to do things all the time, to fulfill God wish for advance and push upper our souls. To contact Angels, all you need to do is talk ( real talking or just inside your head ). It's as simple as that. There is nothing you can't discuss with Angels. They know everything, so you're able to discuss anything with them. Nothing is too small or trivial for Angels, they're here to guide and help you.

If you really want, it is very simple to contact your Angels.  All you need to do is call them.  Many people choose to construct an altar, meditate, read from the bible, light candles, burn incense... there's as many ways to contact angels, as there are people.  It's all personal preference.  Even though these techniques may set the stage, make you more comfortable and make the Angels feel welcomed, this is not necessary.  All you need to do is call out to them.  It doesn't have to be in words, all it needs to be is a thought "Angel, I need your help."  They always come if you open yourself up to their energy, you will feel their presence.

Once you feel your Angels, ask them questions.  Let your mind go blank and allow anything to flow, don't try to make it happen.  You may want to keep a journal and write down anything that comes to mind.  There are many ways to communicate with Angels, no way is better than the other.  It depends on what is comfortable for you.  Some people meditate, while others choose to communicate through dreams.  Some people actually hear the Angels talking to them, while others "feel" what the Angels are saying.  Experiment and find what works best for you.

You'll be able to identify your GuideAngels by the way they "feel".  Each GuideAngel has a different energy, just like humans.  You may be able to feel their size or color, you may be able to tell how they smell, or how they sound.  Again, no one way is better than the other, its how the Angels choose to communicate with you and what's easiest for you to comprehend.  With time you'll know which Guide Angel is helping you and from there you'll know what your individual Guides Angels "specialize" in. 

Guardian or Guide Angels are like all other angels, with one exception - they've been assigned to stand by us throughout our life, through good and bad.  Everyone is given at least two Guardian Angels, most have much more.

Your Guardian Angels know everything you've said, done or thought since the day you were born.  They are non-judgmental and they look forward to helping you when requested.

Many religions believe in Angels - Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam all have their Angels and hierarchy.  Although I acknowledge the angels from all the religions, the focus of this site is on the Judeo-Christian Angels.

The sources of the angels used in Kabbalah and ceremonial magic are primarily Jewish. The canonical Old Testament books mention only Michael and Gabriel, but apocryphal and Talmudic literature provide richer sources, and there is a suspicion that this was a result of contact with Zoroastrianism during the period of the Babylonian Exile (6th-5th centuries BC). However as we can see, almost all the religions of the old and new world have kind of angel Gods forms, it can point that, many people from all over the world had unique contact and experience with angels, there for they have so many deferent names, yet they can present the same spiritual entities. In next chapters I present some angels examples from all over the world, during deferent times in the human history.

The word "angel" is derived from the Christian Latin "angelos", itself derived from the Greek "aggelos", which is a translation of the Hebrew word "mal-ach", (a messenger or worker of God).

Angels are typically found in groups, reflecting their role in mediating the divine influence.

For example, in Zorastrianism there was a belief in the AmeshaSpentas, seven holy or bounteous immortals who were functional aspects ofAhura Mazda, the Wise Lord.

Angels in Zoroastrianism

The image of angels as we understand them in Western Christian society had probebly some of their origins in the ancient Persian religion of Zoroastrianism, an ancient religion during the Persian empires (559 BC to 651 AC) and was the most powerful world religion at the time of Jesus Christ.  It is one of the oldest monotheist religions and you can still find it being practiced today, especially in Iran and India Zoroastrianism recognizes various classes of spiritual beings besides the Supreme Being (Ahura Mazda): The Amesha Spentas, Yazatas, and Fravashis. In practice (cf. Sad Dar, chapter 26), Zoroastrians pick a patron angel for their protection, and throughout their lives are careful to observe prayers dedicated to that angel.

Amesha Spentas (Phl. Amahraspandan) ("Archangels")

Literally, "Beneficent Immortals", these are the highest spiritual beings created by Ahura Mazda (thier name for say God). Their names are:

·         Vohu Mano (Phl. Vohuman): lit. Good Mind. Presides over cattle.

·         Asha Vahishta (Phl. Ardwahisht): lit. Highest Asha, the Amahraspand presiding over Asha and fire.

·         Khshathra Vairya (Phl. Shahrewar): lit. 'Desirable Dominion', the Amahraspand presiding over metals.

·         Spenta Armaiti (Phl. Spandarmad): lit. 'Holy Devotion', the Amahraspand presiding over the earth

·         Haurvatat (Phl. Hordad): lit. 'Perfection or Health'. Presides over water.

·         Ameretat (Phl. Amurdad): lit. 'Immortality', the Amahraspand presiding over the Earth.


Fravashis (Phl. Farohars) ("Guardian Angels"):

Also known as Arda Fravash ("Holy Guardian Angels"). Each person is accompanied by a guardian angel (Y26.4, 55.1), which acts as a guide throughout life. They originally patrolled the boundaries of the ramparts of heaven (Bd6.3, Zs5.2), but volunteer to descend to earth to stand by individuals to the end of their days. Ahura Mazda advises Zarathushtra to invoke them for help whenever he finds himself in danger (Yt13.19-20). If not for their guardianship, animals and people could not have continued to exist, because the wicked Druj would have destroyed them all (Yt13.12-13).

The Fravashi also serves as an ideal which the soul has to strive for and emulate, and ultimately becomes one with after death (Y16.7, 26.7, 26.11, 71.23, Yt22.39) (See Dhalla, History of Zoroastrianism, pg 232-243, 375-378)

They manifest the energy of God, and preserve order in the creation. They are said to fly like winged birds, and are represented by a winged disk, often with a person superimposed (as in the above representation). Yazatas (Phl. Yazads) ("Angels"):

Sasanian angel and heart (8th ce. C.E.)

Lit 'adorable ones', a created spiritual being, worthy of being honored or praised. Like the Amesha Spentas they personify abstract ideas and virtues, or concrete objects of nature. The Yazatas are ever trying to help people, and protect us from evil (cf. Dk3, ch. 66). See below for some specifics of the more important Yazatas.

Angels in the Buddhism

The Buddhist equivalent of angels is devas, or celestial beings. Some schools of Buddhism also refer to dharmapalas or dharma protectors. In Tibetan Buddhism, for instance, devas are sometimes considered to be emanations of bodhisattvas or enlightened beings. Different schools of Buddhism have different important devas, as they are often derived from pre-Buddhist cultures and religions and not from Buddhist philosophy.

Devas are spiritual beings by nature--their form is usually described as bodies or emanations of light or energy. They are, however, often depicted in physical form, and there are many images of devas or dharmapalas, particularly in Tibetan Buddhist iconography.

Devas normally do not interfere in human affairs, but as Buddhist teacher Lama Surya Das notes, they have been known to rejoice, applaud, and rain down flowers for good deeds performed in the world. In Thailand, it is believed that devas approve of people meditating and will harass people of whose behavior they don't approve.

The bodhisattva of compassion, known as Kwan Yin in Chinese and Chenrezig in Tibetan, is widely viewed as a sort of Buddhist angel. The bodhisattva's original Sanskrit name, Avolokiteshvara, means "hearer of the 10,000 cries"--that is, he or she (the bodhisattva is male in the original Buddhist texts, but is represented as female in many Buddhist schools) perceives the suffering of all sentient beings. In some sects, reciting her name is believed to summon her aid.


Angels in the Hinduism

While not specifically referred to as angels, Hinduism does have many different types of spirit beings who act in a similar capacity. One example is the minor gods, or devas, literally "shining ones," who inhabit the higher astral plane. Gods, devas, planets like Sani (Saturn), gurus (teachers), and ancestors can all play a protective role for humans. Also present in Hinduism are asuras, evil spirits or demons. They are fallen devas who inhabit the lower astral plane, the mental plane of existence. If asuras do good, they can be reincarnated into devas and do not have to remain eternally in the lower plane. Hinduism also includes apsaras, who are heavenly nymphs, angiris, who preside over sacrifices, and lipika, who regulate karma.

Devas and apsaras are spiritual beings, but they are often depicted in physical form. Apsaras are seductively beautiful and the devas often look like royalty, stately and handsome.

Devas and asuras can inspire or bring down aspirants, helping or hindering people's spiritual journey.


According to traditional Indian Hinduism medicine, Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, are believed to exist in the surface of our body. The Chakras are said to be force centers or whorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, the layers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation (the fans make the shape of a love heart). Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal points for the reception and transmission of  spiritual energies. Seven major chakras or energy centers, also understood as wheels of lights ( angels ),  are generally believed to exist, located within the subtle body. Practitioners of Hinduism believe the chakras interact with the body's ductless endocrine glands and lymphatic system by feeding in good bio-energies and disposing of unwanted bio-energies.

Much of the original information on Chakras comes from the Upanishads, which are difficult to date because they are believed to have been passed down orally for approximately a thousand years before being written down for the first time between 1200-900 BCE

In Hinduism, the concept of chakras is part of a complex of ideas related to esoteric anatomy. These ideas occur most often in the class of texts that are called  Agamas or Tantras . This is a large body of scriptures. There are many variations on these concepts in the Sanskrit source texts. In earlier texts there are various systems of chakras and nadis , with varying connections between them. Various traditional sources list 5, 6, 7, or 8 chakras. Over time, one system of 6 or 7 chakras along the body's axis became the dominant model, adopted by most schools of yoga . This particular system may have originated in about the 11th century AD, and rapidly became widely popular.It is in this model where Kundalini is said to "rise" upward, piercing the various centers until reaching the crown of the head, resulting in union with the Divine


Here is a description of the seven primary chakras and how its connected to the kabalistic and Christian angelic system

    Muladhara: Base or Root Chakra (last bone in spinal cord -coccyx) serve for communication with the "Angels" from the "Yesod" Sphira - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

    Swadhisthana: Sacral Chakra (ovaries/prostate) serve for communicate with the "Principalities" from the "Netzach" Sphira  - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

    Manipura: Solar Plexus Chakra (navel area) serve for communicate with the "Archangels" from the "Hod" Sphira  - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

    Anahata: Heart Chakra (heart area) serve for communicate with the "Powers" in the "Tipheret" Sphira - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

    Vishuddha: Throat Chakra (throat and neck area) serve for communicate with the "Dominions" from the Chesed Sphira  - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God and for communicate with the "Virtues" from the "Gevurah" Sphira  - Judgment/ strength/ determination

    Ajna: Brow or Third Eye Chakra (pineal gland or third eye) serve for communication with the Cherubim from "Chokmah" Sphira  the Divine Reality/revelation and also for communicate with the "Thrones" in the dimension of "Binah" - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

    Sahasrara: Crown Chakra (Top of the head; 'Soft spot' of a newborn) serve for communication with the "Seraphim" from the "Katter" Sphira  - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

Angels in the Islam

Belief in angels is one of the six pillars of the Islam belief or faith without which there is no faith. Whoever does not believe in any of these pillars is not a believer (mu'min). These pillars are belief in: Allaah, His angels, His Books, His Messengers, the Last Day, and that predestination, both good and bad, comes from Allaah.

Angels are a part of the world of the Unseen which we cannot comprehend. Allah has told us about them in many places in the Qur'aan and via His Prophet Muhammad. There follows a number of proven reports concerning the angels, which hopefully will make you realize the greatness of the Creator and the greatness of this religion which has told us so much about them:

Angels Jibril cleaning Muhamed

Of what are they created?
They are created from light, as 'Aa'ishah reported: "The Messenger of Allah said: 'The angels are created from light, just as the jinn are created from smokeless fire and mankind is created from what you have been told about.'" (Reported by Muslim, no. 2996).

They have wings.
Allah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Praise be to Allaah, Who created (out of nothing) the heavens and the earth, Who made the angels messengers with wings - two, or three, or four (pairs) adds to Creation as He pleases: for Allah has power over all things." [Faatir 35:1]

Their differences in size and status.
The angels are not all of one size or status; there are differences between them just as there are differences in virtue. The best of them are those that were present at the battle of Badr, as is stated in the hadeeth narrated by Mu'aadh ibn Rifaa'ah al-Zuraaqi from his father, who had been one of the people present at Badr. He said: "Jibreel came to the Prophet and asked, 'How do you rate the people among you who were present at Badr?' He said: 'They are the best of the Muslims,' or something similar. [Jibreel] said: 'So it is with the angels who were present at Badr.'" (Reported by al-Bukhaari, no. 3992).

They do not eat or drink.
This is indicated by the conversation between Ibraaheem, the "friend" of Allaah and the angels who visited him. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): "Then he turned quickly to his household, brought out a fatted calf, and placed it before them. He said, 'Will you not eat?' (When they did not eat), he conceived a fear of them. They said: 'Fear not,' and they gave him glad tidings of a son endowed with knowledge." [al-Dhaariyaat 51:26-28]

Their number.
The angels are many, and their number is known only to Allah. The Prophet said, described the Much-Frequented House (al-Bayt al-Ma'moor) in the seventh heaven: "Then I was taken up to the Much-Frequented House: every day seventy thousand angels visit it and leave, never returning to it again, another [group] coming after them." (Reported by al-Bukhaari, Fath, no. 3207).

Their names
The angels have names, but we know only the names of a few of them. We have to believe in the names reported in the Qur'aan and Sunnah texts, as a part of general belief in the angels. Among the names of angels that are known to us are:

In Islam four angels are well known: Jibril(Gabriel), the angel of revelation; Mikal (Michael), the angel of nature; Izrail (Azrael), the angel of death, and Israfil, the angel who places the soul in the body and sounds the last judgement.

More about the engels in the islam in this page: Al-Malaa'ikah (Angels) from the Islam

Angels in Christianity

Angels were embraced by Christianity like no religion before it, Throughout the Bible we find it repeatedly implied that each individual soul has its tutelary angel. Thus Abraham, when sending his steward to seek a wife for Isaac, says: "He will send His angel before thee" (Genesis 24:7). The words of the ninetieth Psalm which the devil quoted to our Lord (Matt., iv, 6) are well known, and Judith accounts for her heroic deed by saying: "As the Lord liveth, His angel hath been my keeper" (xiii, 20). These passages and many like them (Gen., xvi, 6-32; Osee, xii, 4; III K., xix, 5; Acts, xii, 7; Ps., xxxiii, 8), though they will not of themselves demonstrate the doctrine that every individual has his appointed guardian angel, receive their complement in our Saviour's words: "See that you despise not on of these little ones; for I say to you that their angels in Heaven always see the face of My Father Who is in Heaven" (Matt, xviii, 10), words which illustrate the remark of St. Augustine: "What lies hidden in the Old Testament, is made manifest in the New". Indeed, the book of Tobias seems intended to teach this truth more than any other, and St. Jerome in his commentary on the above words of our Lord says: "The dignity of a soul is so great, that each has a guardian angel from its birth." The general doctrine that the angels are our appointed guardians is considered to be a point of faith, but that each individual member of the human race has his own individual guardian angel is not of faith (de fide); the view has, however, such strong support from the Doctors of the Church that it would be rash to deny it (cf. St. Jerome, supra). Peter the Lombard (Sentences, lib. II, dist. xi) was inclined to think that one angel had charge of several individual human beings. St. Bernard's beautiful homilies (11-14) on the ninetieth Psalm breathe the spirit of the Church without however deciding the question. The Bible represents the angels not only as our guardians, but also as actually interceding for us. "The angel Raphael (Tob., xii, 12) says: "I offered thy prayer to the Lord" (cf. Job, v, 1 (Septuagint), and 33:23 (Vulgate); Apocalypse 8:4). The Catholic cult of the angels is thus thoroughly scriptural. Perhaps the earliest explicit declaration of it is to be found in St. Ambrose's words: "We should pray to the angels who are given to us as guardians" (De Viduis, ix); (cf. St. Aug., Contra Faustum, xx, 21). An undue cult of angels was reprobated by St. Paul (Col., ii, 18), and that such a tendency long remained in the same district is evidenced by Canon 35 of the Synod of Laodicea.

The love of angels came from the people and not the church fathers. In the middle Ages, there was an "Angel mania" with countless sightings of angels and saints.  At this time there was a great acceptance of the idea of “visions”, especially in England and France. People obsessed by angels would have countless visions of angels appearing to them and giving them advice.  But people soon became disillusioned by all the sightings along with the false sightings reported.

Today in the Christian countries of the West, people are again becoming more conscious of angels.  They are exploring their spirituality and questioning beliefs they were raised with.  They are turning to a more loving and accepting concept of religion and the thought of a "Higher Being" or "Light" that watches over us all, regardless of religion or beliefs.

Dionysius Hierarchy of Angels

Nine Celestial Orders of Angels


First order:  Closest in order to God


Keter - Crown Divine Plan/ Creator

The guardians before God's throne, referred to as "the fiery spirits", they are usually pictured with six wings and flames.  They constantly sing God's praise and regulate heaven.  They are colored a flaming red and gold to symbolize fire.  God's grace flows through the seraphim to the angels below, dispelling darkness and purifying the universe.  It was from this order that Satan emerged.  Before his fall from Grace, he was considered the angel who outshone all others.  Seraphim's are the highest order of angels.      


Chokmah -

Divine Reality/revelation

Gods record keepers and guardians of God's glory.  Over the years Cherubims have undergone radical transformations from the Assyrian leonine-monster guardian to the winged creature of the Old Testament to a chubby baby with blue wings which appeared in the 1600s.  Originally, Cherubims were depicted with multi-eyed peacock's feathers to symbolize their all-knowing character.  The first angels mentioned in the bible, God placed the Cherubim at the east of the Garden of Eden to guard the way to the Tree of Life.  They are the charioteers of God and bearers of his throne. 


Binah - Understanding/ repentance/ reason

Referred to as "the many eyed ones",  portrayed as winged wheels within wheels, whose rims were covered in eyes.  They support the Throne of God and consider how God's decisions should be manifested.  Their mission is to bring judgment for individual karma and society as a whole. 


Second order:  Priest-Princes of the court of heaven


Chesed - Mercy/ Grace/ Love of (intention to emulate) God

These are the Angels who bring you the teachings of intuition.  Through them the majesty of God is manifested.  They carry scepter and sword to symbolize the given power over all creation and decide what needs to be done to accomplish God's needs and regulate the duties of angels to ensure the universe keeps working as it should.  They appear in human shape, wearing a triple crown to signify their position over the physical form.  They can be seen carrying a scepter, holding a cross and/or a sword to symbolize the balance between the active and passive forces. 


Gevurah - Judgment/ strength/ determination

Drawing on God's force to work miracles on earth, the "brilliant" or "shining ones" are the angels of miracles, encouragement and blessings.  Virtues are the ones who become involved whenever people are struggling with their faith.  They have four blue feathered wings and war sparkling armor.  They can often be seen with a scepter, axe spear, sword and/or a shield for protection.  But each of these "tools" are decorated with instruments of passion.  They work hand-in-hand with the Thrones to bestow grace and rewards on those who have overcome deeds in their physical lives.


Tipheret - Symmetry/ balance/ compassion

First order of angels created by God, it is the job of the Powers to prevent the fallen angels from taking over the world and keep the universe in balance.  They also bring the power of intellect in such matters as math, geometry, astronomy and so on, making them the professors and educators.


Third order: The Ministering Angels


Netzach - Contemplation/ Initiative/ persistence

The protectors of religions, guardian angels of cities, nations, rulers.  They keep watch over nations and attempt to inspire their leaders to make wise decisions.  Often depicted wearing soldier's garb and sandals, they are seen in human form.  They provide strength to the tribes of Earth to pursue and endure their faith. 


Hod - Surrender/ sincerity/ steadfastness

The "chief-angels", they carry God's messages to humans and command God's armies of angels in constant battle with the "Sons of Darkness".  They look after the affairs of humankind and act as guardian angels to leaders of world movements.  These are the Angels who stand around God's throne, ready to carry out the divine and most important decrees to humans.   According to the book of Revelation, there are seven archangels who stand in the presence of God, but only four are mentioned in the Old Testament,  Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Uriel.  The identity of the other three is subject to debate.  The three recognized in the Judeo-Christian belief are Raguel, Jophiel and Chamuel.  Other possible candidates are Ariel, Azrael, Camael, Haniel, Jeremiel, Metetron, Raziel, Sandalphon and Zadkiel. 


Yesod - Foundation/ wholly remembering/ coherent knowledge

Celestial beings closest to humans, Angels are the intermediaries between God and mortals.  Assigned by God to every human being at the time of his or her birth, they assist every aspect of life in the universe.  They deal with the aspects of everyday life and act as the direct gateway for information, knowledge and communications between human kind and the God force.  These angels are seen with human bodies, wings and clothed in various garments depending on the traditions and visual acceptance of the human they have "been assigned to".  In reality, Angels do not have human bodies, wings or clothing, they are made up of energy and love.  The only thing Angels do not help humans do is destroy themselves, the planet and other human beings, they are always a force for all that is positive, good and true.


Angels in Judaism


The Bible uses various terms for angels, including:
* "MALACHIM" - GOD Messengers
* ministers
* heavenly hosts or the hosts of heaven
* the armies of heaven
* fallen angels are also called demons

Differently from other religious forms, the Jews are forbidden to create any image of god/s, there for the Jews are using the Hebrew letters from the bible, for presenting God.
From the description in the bible of how to build the Ark is in Exodus 25:10-22,
"And make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. Make one cherub on one end and the second cherub on the other; make the cherubim of one piece with the cover, at the two ends. The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other. Looking toward the cover."

We can imagine how the Cherubim on the ark looked like

Ark Of Covenant
The Ark Of Covenant

According to the earliest known book on Jewish mysticism, The Sefer Yetzirah (The Book of Creation), written more than fifteen centuries ago, God formed the entire universe through speaking aloud the twenty-two letters. Out of the nothingness of silence, with the vibration of God's cosmic utterances, all things spring to life. "God said, 'Let there be light.' And there was light."


The Hebrew word for letter, is OT, also means sign or wonder or miracle. For thousands of years, Jewish sages have taught that the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, the Aleph Beit, embody wonderful and miraculous powers.

" The Meru Project has discovered an extraordinary and unexpected geometric metaphor in the letter-sequence of the Hebrew text of Genesis that underlies and is held in common by the spiritual traditions of the ancient world. This metaphor models embryonic growth and self-organization. It applies to all whole systems, including those as seemingly diverse as meditational practices and the mathematics fundamental to physics and cosmology... Meru Project findings demonstrate that the relationship between physical theory and consciousness, expressed in explicit geometric metaphor, was understood and developed several thousand years ago."

As Stan Tenen, a physicist and Director of the Meru Foundation wrote:
"the Hebrew Bible is arranged similarly to a hologram: the first letter contains the whole, the first word expands on the first letter, the first sentence upon the first word, etc. "It's very much like what our scientists do," he says. "We include information with messages sent to outer space that explains how to decode the entire message-that's also how compression programs work on computers." He also believes the Hebrew Bible contains a function similar to the mathematical purpose of pi, and links consciousness and physicality the way pi links the radius and circumference of a circle: "Our radius is our physicality and the circumference is our life, our emotions," he says. "The ancient Hebrew alphabet is far more than a tool for everyday communication or the transmission of sacred texts; the letter forms themselves have intrinsic geometric and mathematical properties that point us to a profound knowledge of life and the nature of human consciousness." Tenen feels there are principles of law and order in the relationship between humans and the cosmos that, up till now, only Pythagoreans and Kabbalists have suspected. "What I've found," says Tenen, "is that these principles correspond to the numerical patterns of some of the basic geometrical forms found in the physical world. For example, the double helix, which is the form of the DNA molecule."


The letters of the Aleph Beit, as the manifestations of God's speech, are therefore the energetic and vibrational building blocks of creation. They are analogous to physical elements. Just as, for example, an atom of oxygen gas unites with two atoms of hydrogen gas to form a molecule of water, so does one letter combine with another to create new entities. Rabbi Marcia Prager writes, "This perception of Hebrew words and letters as the constituent spiritual elements of existence guide most Jewish mystical teaching."


The thirteenth century kabalist, Rabbi Abraham Abulafia, advised students to concentrate on the letters "in all their aspects, like a person who is told a parable, or a riddle, or a dream, or as one who ponders a book of wisdom in a subject so profound...." Ponder the answer to your question as you would a riddle or a dream.

In your imagination, become the letter. You are not just someone who "chose, for example, the letter Dalet (ד ), which means "door," you are the door itself, opening up. You are not just a human who happened to pick Gimmel ( גִּ ) , the symbol of the camel, you are the camel, making your way steadily through a desert. You are not just a person who is reading about Nun (  נ ), the energy of "fish," you are the fish itself, swimming through the ever-changing waters of life. Experience the letters in this way and they will speak to you more intimately. As Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel has written, "The ultimate way is not to have a symbol but to be a symbol, to stand for the divine."


Another way to use the letters is to select one and then meditate upon it, carefully tracing its shape in your mind's eye and seeing what thoughts, images, feelings, or inspirations come. Jewish kabalists describe the black letters on the white page of the Torah as "black fire on white fire." Visualize the letters in this fiery way and they come to life with vibrant energy. After doing this, you may choose to refer to the text to see how the ideas there correspond with your own discoveries, or you may simply be content with the fruits of your own meditation.


You can see example of such meditation in what's named the "Ana Becoach" or the "42 names" prayer; By the Kabalah this prayer can take you to upper spiritual worlds with the help of the angels, the Book of Zohar explain that the words of this prayer are as angels wings, this prayer assemble from 7 deferent prayers (here you can see the first one) that present 7 angels, each with 6 wings, in 3 pairs each per represented in the prayer in 2 pairs of words. You can see modern way for meditation upon this prayer here "Ana Becoach".


Early Kabalist practitioners reported that after periods of meditating upon the Hebrew alphabet, the letters came to life and began talking. Others said they saw the letters grow wings and fly from the surface of the page. Even if your experience is less dramatic, perhaps the letters will speak quietly to you.

According to Jewish tradition the ancient Kabalist, Rabbi Shimon bar Yokhai writes in the Zohar that it was Moses, not God, who parted the Red Sea allowing the Jews to narrowly escape Pharaoh and the Egyptian army. Moses had a special formula. The formula that he used to overcome the laws of nature was hidden in the Zohar for 2,000 years.

This formula is called the 72 Names of God. The 72 Names are not really names, as human names are. The 72 Names are 72 three-letter sequences composed of Hebrew letters that have the extraordinary power to overcome the laws of both mother and human nature. These 72 sequences are actually encoded into the Bible story that tells of the parting of the Red Sea as described at Exodus 14:19-21. They are like conduits that transmit various blends of energy from the Light into our physical world. By using the power of the 72 Names and overcoming their reactive natures, Moses and the Jews were able to accomplish the miracle of the Red Sea.

The shapes, sounds, sequences, and vibrations of the 72 names radiate a wide range of energy forces. The Light they emit purifies our hearts. Their spiritual influence cleanses destructive impulses from our natures. Their sacred energy removes rash and intolerant emotions, fear, and anxiety from our beings. The Hebrew letters are instruments of power. In fact, the Hebrew word for “letter” actually means pulse or vibration, indicating a flow of energy. The Hebrew alphabet transcends religion, race, geography, and the very concept of language. The three letters signify three spiritual forces—a positive charge, a negative charge, and a ground wire—to create a circuit of energy.

The 72 names are derived from Exodus 14:19-21, which in the original Hebrew have 72 letters each. The original Hebrew text is:




So this setup create the 72 Names with Vowel Points (The Vowel Points here created from the way each letter preannounce alone)



And the KJV version is as following - Exodus 14:19-21


19 And the angel of God, which went before the camp of Israel, removed and went behind them; and the pillar of the cloud went from before their face, and stood behind them: 20 And it came between the camp of the Egyptians and the camp of Israel; and it was a cloud and darkness to them, but it gave light by night to these: so that the one came not near the other all the night. 21 And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided.


The names are derived by writing the letters of the three verses one above the other, with no vowel points, spaces, or punctuation marks, the first from right to left, the second from left to right, and the third from right to left. The names are then read top down.



Additions -El  (  אֵל ) and –Yah (יָה  ) to the names create the names of the 72 Angels or as the kabalist call them Geniis.

The combination of the principle of five with the principle of trinity now applies to the 72 Genii or Names or angels of God. These 72 Names are composed in the original Hebrew Kabbalah of three letters, to which either the power attribute -el or -iah is added, to create a five-lettered Name of God. Thinking in the terms of Bardon's system we could assume (speculatively), that El (God power) is a representation of the electric fluid and -iah (God mercy) represents the magnetic fluid, adding the two fundamental powers to the qualities of each single name. One further indication that this concept could be true is that the Bahir (see paragraph 8 of the Bahir and Kaplan's commentary) states, that the letter "He" at the end of a word means the feminine quality of this thing, so we could say that the Yod of -yah reflects God (represented by a single point: Yod) in his feminine aspect (represented by He at the end of the word). Additionally He represents the concept of holding. Both concepts parallel very well the concept of the magnetic fluid.

the 72 angels names
From Francis Barrett, The Magus of Celestial Intelligencer,
muddled version of the Cabbalistic philosophy published in London 1801,
magical permutations of letters registering the names of the angels.

(Note: there exist also completely different interpretations of the two additions -El and -Yah as this one presented by Agrippa; cf. for example Aryeh Kaplan, Sepher Yetzirah;
or the standard correspondences of the Sefirot and the Names of God where "El" is attributed to Chesed-Love and "Yah" to Chakmah-Wisdom.)


There is a problem with the way one have to pronounce the names as in Hebrew there are Vowel Points instead of letters for the preannounce the word, another problem came from the fact that there are some letters that aren't exist in Latin or English. This fact is the cause of many way in writing the names in other languages than Hebrew !


Here are 3 versions of the 72 names in English letters. ( there are more )


Bardon                        Agrippa                             Abulafia

1   Vehu-iah                 Vehu-jah                      Vaheva[-yah]

2   Jeli-el                      Jeli-el                           Yolayo[-el]

3   Sita-el                     Sita-el                           Sayote[-el]

4   Elem-iah                  Elem-jah                       Ealame[-yah]

5  Mahas-iah                Mahas-jah                    Meheshi[-yah]

6  Lelah-el                    Lelah-el                        Lalahe[-el]

7  Acha-iah                  Acha-jah                      Aacahe[-yah]

8  Kahet-el                   Cahet-el                       Cahetha[-el]

9  Azi-el                       Hazi-el                         Hezayo[-el]

10 Alad-iah                  Alad-jah                       Aalada[-yah]

11 Lauv-iah                  Lavi-jah                        Laaava[-yah]

12 Haha-iah                 Haha-jah                      Heheea[-yah]

13 Jezal-el                    Jezal-el                         Yozala[-el]

14 Mebah-el                Mebah-el                     Mebehe[-el]

15 Hari-el                     Hari-el                          Hereyo[-el]

16 Hakam-iah             Hakam-jah                   Heqome[-yah]

17 Lano-iah                  Leav-jah                       Laaava[-yah]

18 Kali-el                     Cali-el                          Calayo[-el]

19 Leuv-iah                  Levu-jah                       Lavava[-yah]

20 Pahal-iah                 Pahal-iah                      Pehela[-yah]

21 Neleka-el                Nelcha-el                     Nulaca[-el]

22 Jeiai-el                     Jeii-el                           Yoyoyo[-el]

23 Melah-el                  Melah-el                       Melahe[-el]

24 Hahu-iah                 Hahvi-ja                       Cheheva[-yah]

25 Nith-Ha-iah             Nitha-jah                      Nuthahe[-yah]

26 Haa-iah                   Haa-jah                        Heaaaa[-yah]

27 Jerath-el                  Jerath-el                       Yoretha[-el]

28 See-iah                    See-jah                        Shiaahe[-yah]

29 Reii-el                     Reii-el                          Reyoyo[-el]

30 Oma-el                    Oma-el                         Aavame[-el]

31 Lekab-el                 Lecab-el                       Lacabe[-el]

32 Vasar-iah                Vasar-jah                     Vashire[-yah]

33 Jehu-iah                   Jehu-jah                       Yocheva[-yah]

34 Lahab-iah                Lehah-jah                     Laheche[-yah]

35 Kevak-iah               Cavac-jah                    Cavako[-yah]

36 Menad-el                Manad-el                     Menuda[-el]

37 Ani-el                      Ani-el                           Aanuyo[-el]

38 Haam-iah                Haam-jah                     Heeame[-yah]

39 Reha-el                   Reha-el                        Reheea[-el]

40 Ieiaz-el                    Jeiaz-el                         Yoyoza[-el]

41 Hahah-el                 Haha-el                        Hehehe[-el]

42 Mika-el                   Mica-El                        Meyoca[-el]

43 Veubi-ah                 Veval-jah                     Vavala[-yah]

44 Ielah-iah                  Jelah-jah                       Yolahe[-yah]

45 Seal-iah                   Saal-jah                        Saaala[-yah]

46 Ari-el                      Ari-el                           Eareyo[-el]

47 Asal-iah                   Asal-jah                       Eashila[-yah]

48 Miha-el                   Miha-el                        Meyohe[-el]

49 Vehu-el                   Vehu-el                        Vaheva[-el]

50 Dani-el                    Dani-el                         Danuyo[-el]

51 Hahas-iah                Hahas-jah                     Hecheshi[-yah]

52 Imam-iah                 Imam-jah                      Eameme[-yah]

53 Nana-el                   Nana-el                        Nunuaa[-el]

54 Nitha-el                   Nitha-el                        Nuyotha[-el]

55 Meba-iah                Mebah-jah                   Mebehe[-yah]

56 Poi-El                      Poi-El                           Pevayo[-el]

57 Nemam-iah             Nemam-jah                  Numeme[-yah]

58 Jeial-el                     Jeiali-el                         Yoyola[-el]

59 Harah-el                  Harah-el                       Hereche[-el]

60 Mizra-el                  Mizra-el                       Mezare[-el]

61 Umab-el                  Umab-el                       Vamebe[-el]

62 Jah-H-el                  Jahh-el                         Yohehe[-el]

63 Anianu-el                 Anav-el                        Eanuva[-el]

64 Mehi-el                   Mehi-el                        Mecheyo[-el]

65 Damab-iah              Damab-jah                   Damebe[-yah]

66 Manak-el                Menak-el                     Menuko[-el]

67 Eiai-el                      Eia-el                           Aayoea[-el]

68 Habu-iah                 Habu-jah                      Chebeva[-yah]

69 Roch-el                   Roeh-el                        Reaahe[-el]

70 Jabam-iah                Jabam-jah                    Yobeme[-yah]

71 Hai-el                      Haiai-el                        Heyoyo[-el]

72 Mum-iah                 Mum-jah                      Mevame[-yah]





In Athanasius Kircher's Oedipus Aegyptiacus there's a table of the 72 names and an appropriate verse from the book of Psalms for each of them,
except for the 70th name, which is given the first verse from Genesis. The 70th name is given the first verse from Genesis,
which does not contain the 4 letters name of God, but does contain the three letters of the 70th name.


Oedipus Aegyptiacus - the first 5 names of God and an appropriate verse from the book of Psalms

The logic behind the match is as following - each name is given a verse which contains the 4 letters name
of God
יְהוָה (YHVH) as well as the three letters of the name itself.
If the name contains
י , ה , וָ (Yod, Heh, or Vav), they must appear somewhere beside the 4 letter name.

By arranging the four letters of the Great Name, (Y H V H), in the form of the Pythagorean Tetractys,
the 72 powers of the Great Name of God are manifested.
From the Bahir. In paragraph 110 the Bahir states about the 72 Names: "... These are the 72 names.
They emanate and divide themselves into three sections, 24 to each section.
Each sections has four directions to watch, east, west, north and south.
They are therefore distributed, six to each direction. ..."
Important is also the following sentence in the same paragraph: "All of them are sealed with YHVH ..."


Why its start at the 21 mars ? It is the vernal equinox (spring equinox, March equinox, or northward equinox)
from 19-21 mars deferent from year to year, it is the moment when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading northward.
It is the precise moment that spring begins in the Northern Hemisphere. It is also at this time when all the event of the Exodus from Egypt and the miracle of opening the red see
by wind from codes ( in Hebrew "BERUAH CODIM" - Exodus 14:20 ) happened. From the bible 12:2 " Let this month be to you the first of months, the first month of the year." and 12:18 "
In the first month, from the evening of the fourteenth day, let your food be unleavened bread till the evening of the twenty-first day of the month."

The 72 angels coresponding to the astrologic signs

1- 0° - 5° Aries - VEHUIAH - Will and New Beginnings
2- 5° - 10° Aries - JELIEL - Love and Wisdom
3- 10° - 15° Aries - SITAEL - Construction of the Universe/Worlds
4- 15° to 20° Aries - ELEMIAH - Divine Power
5- 20° to 25° Aries - MAHASIAH - Rectification
6- 25° to 30° Aries - LELAHEL - Light of Understanding
7- 0° to 5° Taurus - ACHAIAH - Patience
8- 5° to 10° Taurus - CAHETEL - Divine Blessings
9- 10° to 15° Taurus - HAZIEL - Divine Mercy and Forgiveness
10- 15° to 20° Taurus - ALADIAH - Divine Grace
11- 20° to 25° Taurus - LAUVIAH - Victory
12- 25° to 30° Taurus - HAHAIAH - Refuge, Shelter
13- 0° to 5° Gemini - YEZALEL - Fidelity, Loyalty and Allegiance
14- 5° to 10° Gemini - MEBAHEL - Truth, Liberty and Justice
15- 10° to 15° Gemini - HARIEL - Purification
16- 15° to 20° Gemini - HAKAMIAH - Loyalty
17- 20° to 25° Gemini - LAVIAH - Revelation
18- 25° to 30° Gemini - CALIEL - Justice
19- 0° to 5° Cancer - LEUVIAH - Expansive Intelligence/Fruition
20- 5° to 10° Cancer - PAHALIAH - Redemption
21- 10° to 15° Cancer - NELCHAEL - Ardent Desire to Learn
22- 15° to 20° Cancer - YEIAYEL - Fame, Renown
23- 20° to 25° Cancer - MELAHEL - Healing Capacity
24- 25° to 30° Cancer - HAHEUIAH - Protection
25- 0° to 5° Leo - NITH-HAIAH - Spiritual Wisdom and Magic
26- 5° to 10° Leo - HAAIAH - Political Science and Ambition
27- 10° to 15° Leo - YERATEL - Propagation of Light
28- 15° to 20° Leo - SEHEIAH - Longevity
29- 20° to 25° Leo - REIYEL - Liberation
30- 25° to 30° Leo - OMAEL - Fertility, Multiplicity
31- 0° to 5° Virgo - LECABEL - Intellectual Talent
32- 5° to 10° Virgo - VASARIAH - Clemency and Equilibrium
33- 10° to 15° Virgo - YEHUIAH - Subordination to Higher Order
34- 15° to 20° Virgo - LEHAHIAH - Obedience
35- 20° to 25° Virgo - CHEVAKIAH - Reconciliation
36- 25° to 30° Virgo - MENADEL - Inner/Outer Work
37- 0° to 5° Libra - ANIEL - Breaking the Circle
38- 5° to 10° Libra - HAAMIAH - Ritual and Ceremony
39- 10° to 15° Libra - REHAEL - Filial Submission
40- 15° to 20° Libra - YEIAZEL - Divine Consolation and Comfort
41- 20° to 25° Libra - HAHAHEL - Mission
42- 25° to 30° Libra - MIKHAEL - Political Authority and Order
43- 0° to 5° Scorpio - VEULIAH - Prosperity
44- 5° to 10° Scorpio - YELAHIAH - Karmic Warrior
45- 10° to 15° Scorpio - SEHALIAH - Motivation and Wilfulness
46- 15° to 20° Scorpio - ARIEL - Perceiver and Revealer
47- 20° to 25° Scorpio - ASALIAH - Contemplation
48- 25° to 30° Scorpio - MIHAEL - Fertility, Fruitfulness
49- 0° to 5° Sagittarius - VEHUEL - Elevation, Grandeur
50- 5° to 10° Sagittarius - DANIEL - Eloquence
51- 10° to 15° Sagittarius - HAHASIAH - Universal Medicine
52- 15° to 20° Sagittarius - IMAMIAH - Expiation of Errors
53- 20° to 25° Sagittarius - NANAEL - Spiritual Communication
54- 25° to 30° Sagittarius - NITHAEL - Rejuvenation and Eternal Youth
55- 0° to 5° Capricorn - MEBAHIAH - Intellectual Lucidity
56- 5° to 10° Capricorn - POYEL - Fortune and Support
57- 10° to 15° Capricorn - NEMAMIAH - Discernment
58- 15° to 20° Capricorn - YEIALEL - Mental Force
59- 20° to 25° Capricorn - HARAHEL - Intellectual Richness
60- 25° to 30° Capricorn - MITZRAEL - Internal Reparation
61- 0° to 5° Aquarius - UMABEL - Affinity and Friendship
62- 5° to 10° Aquarius - IAH-HEL - Desire to Know
63- 10° to 15° Aquarius - ANAUEL - Perception of Unity
64- 15° to 20° Aquarius - MEHIEL - Vivification
65- 20° to 25° Aquarius - DAMABIAH - Fountain of Wisdom
66- 25° to 30° Aquarius - MANAKEL - Knowledge of Good and Evil
67- 0° to 5° Pisces - EYAEL - Transformation to the Sublime
68- 5° to 10° Pisces - HABUHIAH - Healing
69- 10° to 15° Pisces - ROCHEL - Restitution
70- 15° to 20° Pisces - JABAMIAH - Alchemy/Transformation
71- 20° to 25° Pisces - HAIYAEL - Divine Warrior/Weaponry
72- 25° to 30° Pisces - MUMIAH - Endings and Rebirth

How the angels powers conecting to the tarot cards

The sphirot with God 72 angels from each sephira in the tree of life and its paths ways represented by the hebrew letters

The sphirot with God names in the tree of life and its paths ways represented by the hebrew letters


Papus, in his book The Tarot of the Bohemains, attributed also tarot cards with the 72 angels; the minors to the decans, ordering the and starting with Aries' 1st decan & Ace of Wands and ending with Pisces' 3rd decan & 9 of Pentacles, using the same decan rulers as the Golden Dawn. Combining the two tables would create a French school alternative to the Golden Dawn table.


If we want to call for example angel no. 32 "Vasariah" (see the above list by Agrippa or Bardon's PME) then the corresponding place is 32x5°=160°. As the first angel rules from 0°-5°, Vasaria's domain corresponds to 156°-160° or 6°-10° (Virgo); in Bardon's PME you will find these indications beneath the names of the entities. If we want to establish a contact or get in resonance with one of these entities we must face the appropriate direction. With the help of an ephemeris you should by now be able to calculate the precise direction. The earth goes through the entire celestial globe once a day, therefore the best time for any contact has a duration of 20 minutes each day for every of the 72 angels: 24x60 minutes=1440 minutes divided by 72 = 20 minutes. Especially favorable would be those days of the year, which correspond to the angels. Each of the angels rules ~ 5 days a year (365/72= ~ 5).


Time cycles and the 72 Names.

Before finishing this chapter I would like to point out an interesting and little known relationship between astrology and the 72 Names. As every well versed astrologer knows the tropic zodiac slowly moves backwards in space as a function of time; some think that this first point of the zodiac entered recently into the sign of Aquarius most likely close to the year 1900 and that was the beginning of the famous Age of Aquarius that we have all heard about.

The interesting point is now, that this tropic zodiac moves in a retrograde (backward) motion at a rate of about 1 degree per 72 years. We could therefore attribute each year to one of the 72 angels. We have 12 signs of 30° each so it takes 30 x 72 = 2160 years to complete one sign and 25920 years for one complete round. One further consideration is that 72 x 72 x 5 gives precisely 25920 years.

Therefore we could speak about the following influences regarding the 72 GOD angels:

1st order: daily, 20 minutes each. 20x72=1440/60=24 hours in a day
2nd order: ~ 5 days every year. 5.07x72=365 days in year
3rd order: 1 year: every 72 years (= 1°). the angle change of the earth on its side each year
4rd order: 30 years: 72angels x30 = 2160 years ( about 1 astronomical age ).
5th order: 360 years: every 72angels x 360 = 25920 years (about one complete astronomical cycle: 2160x12=25920)

Athanasius Kircher 72 names of GOD ( shem hameforash / Shem Hamphorash )

 To each of the 72 angels is assigned an invocation formula, which was derived from the psalms. Each of these psalms (see below) contain God's Name יְהוָה YHVH (the tetragrammaton),
the corresponding triplet e.g. VSR for Vasar-iah and the corresponding attribute of God.


 The Tetragrammaton  יְהוָה

● = I = 10 = 10
         ● ●  = H I = 5+10 = 15

                ● ● ●  = V H I = 6+5+10 = 21
                       ● ● ● ● = H V H I = 5+6=5+10 = 26
The Great Name of God = 72


  More about the 72 names of God from "The Bahir" ( "Book of the Brightness" ) this book was one of the first to quote the work under the title Midrash R. Nehunya ben ha-Kanah. from the first century According to a Jewish legend, one of the Essenes, ( some say from Hebrew Ose Nisim mean: the miricale workers ) named Menachem, had passed at least some of his mystical knowledge to the Talmudic mystic Nehunya ben ha-Kanah , to whom the Kabalistic tradition attributes Sefer ha-Bahir , this is interesting cause its believed by Some important scholars and Pope Benedict XVI , (who supposes in his book on Jesus ) that John the Baptist and possibly Jesus and his family where part of this Jewish sect or got knowledge from them, so this also connect Jesus to kabalah and the miracle angels workers... ( the Essense )

paragraph 94. Rabbi Amorai sat and expounded:
What is the meaning of the verse (1 Kings 8:27), “Behold the heaven and the heaven of heaven cannot contain You”?
This teaches us that the Blessed Holy One has 72 names. All of them were placed in the Tribes [of Israel]. It is thus written (Exodus 28:10),
Six of their names on one stone, and the names of the other six on the other stone, according to their generations.”
It is also written (Joshua 4:9), “He raised up twelve stones.” Just like the first are (Exodus 28:12), “stones of memorial,” so these are (Joshua 4:7), “stones of memorial.”
[There are therefore] 12 stones [each containing six names] making a total of 72. These parallel the 72 names of the Blessed Holy One.
Why do they begin with twelve? This teaches us that God has twelve Directors. Each of these has six Powers [making a total of 72].
What are they? They are the 72 languages.
The Blessed Holy One has a single Tree, and it has twelve diagonal boundaries:
The northeast boundary, the southeast boundary;
The upper east boundary, the lower east boundary;
The southwest boundary, the northwest boundary;
The upper west boundary, the lower west boundary;
The upper south boundary, the lower south boundary;
The upper north boundary, the lower north boundary;
They continually spread forever and ever;
They are the arms of the world.
On the inside of them is the Tree. Paralleling these diagonals there are twelve Functionaries.
Inside the Sphere there are also twelve Functionaries.Including the diagonals themselves, this makes a total of 36 Functionaries.
Each of these has another. It is thus written (Ecclesiastes 5:7), “For one above another watches.” [This makes a total of 72.]
It therefore comes out that the east has nine, the west has nine, the north has nine, and the south has nine.
These are twelve, twelve, twelve, and they are the Functionaries in the Axis, the Sphere, and the Heart.
Their total is 36. The power of each of these 36 is in every other one.
Even though there are twelve in each of the three, they are all attached to each other. Therefore, all 36 Powers are in the first one, which is the Axis. And if you seek them in the
Sphere, you will find the very same ones. And if you seek them in the Heart, you will again find the very same ones.
Each one therefore has 36. All of them do not have more than 36 forms. All of them complete the Heart [which has a numerical value of 32]. Four are then left over.
Add 32 to 32 and the sum is 64. These are the 64 Forms. How do we know that 32 must be added to 32? Because it is written (Ecclesiastes 5:7), “For one above another watches, [and there are higher ones above them].”
We thus have 64, eight less than the 72 names of the Blessed Holy One. These are alluded to in the verse, “there are higher ones above them,” and they are the seven days of the week. But one is still missing. This is referred to in the next verse (Ecclesiastes 5:8), “The advantage of the land in everything is the King.”
What is this “advantage”? This is the place from which the earth was graven. It is an advantage over what existed previously. And what is this advantage? Everything in the world that people see is taken from its radiance. Then it is an advantage. 107. What is the meaning of the verse (Numbers 6:24-26), “May God (YHVH) bless you and watch you. May God (YHVH) make His face shine on you and be gracious to you. May God (YHVH) lift His face to you and give you peace.”
This is the explicit Name of the Blessed Holy One. It is the Name containing twelve letters, as it is written, YHVH YHVH YHVH. This teaches us that God’s names consists of three troops. Each troop resembles the other,
and each one’s name is like [the other’s] named. All of them are sealed with Yod He Vav He.
And how? The [four letters] Yod He Vav He can be permuted 24 different ways, forming one troop. This is, “May God (YHVH) bless you…” In a similar manner, the second one, “May God (YHVH) make His face shine…” These are 24 names of the Blessed Holy One.
In a similar manner, the third one, “May God (YHVH) lift His face…” These are 24 names of the Blessed Holy One.
This teaches us that each army, with its leaders and officers, has 24. Multiply 24 by three and you have the 72 names of the Blessed Holy One.
These are the 72 names derived from the verses (Exodus 14:19-21), “And travelled… And came … And stretched …”
108. And who are the Officers? We learned that there are three. Strength (Geburah) is the Officer of all the Holy Forms to the left of the Blessed Holy One . He is Gabriel. The Officer of all the Holy Forms to His right is Michael.
In the middle is Truth. This is Uriel, the Officer of all the Holy Forms [in the centre].
Each Officer is over 24 Forms. But there is no reckoning of his troops, as it is written (Job 25:3), “Is there a number to His troops?”
But if so, then there are 72 plus 72 [making a total of 144]. He said: This is not the case. For when Israel brings a sacrifice before their Father in heaven, they are united together. This is the unification of our God.

110. There is a name that is derived from the three verses (Exodus 14:19-21), “And travelled … And came … And stretched…”
The letters of the first verse, “And travelled…” are arranged in this name in the order that they are in the verse. The letters of the second verse, “And came …” are arranged in the name in reverse order.
The letters of the third passage, “And stretched…” are arranged in the name in the same order as they occur in the verse, just like the case of the first verse. Each of these verses has 72 letters.
Therefore, each of the names that is derived from these three sentences, “And travelled… And came… And stretched…” contains three letters.
These are the 72 names. They emanate and divide themselves into three sections, 24 to each section. Over each of these sections is a higher Officer.
Each section has four directions to watch, east, west, north and south. The four directions then have a total of 24 forms. [This is true of the first section] as well as the second and the third.
All of them are sealed with YHVH, God of Israel, the living God, Shaddai, high and exalted, who dwells in eternity on high, whose Name is holy, YHVH. Blessed be the name of the glory of His kingdom forever and ever.

111. Rabbi Ahilai sat and expounded:
What is the meaning of the verse, “God (YHVH) is King, God (YHVH) was king, God (YHVH) will be King forever and ever.”?
This is the Explicit Name (Shem Ha Mephoresh), for which permission was given that it be permuted and spoken. It is thus written [regarding the above-mentioned Priestly Blessing]
(Numbers 6:27), “And they shall place My name upon the children of Israel, and I will bless them.” This refers to the Name containing twelve letters. It is the name used in the Priestly
Blessing, “May God bless you…” It contains three names [each having four letters] making a total of twelve. Its vowel points are Yapha’al Y’pha’oel Yiph’ol.
If one safeguards it and mentions it in holiness, then all his prayers are heard. And not only that, but he is loved on high and below, and immediately answered and helped.
This is the Explicit Name that was written on Aaron’s forehead.The Explicit Name containing 72 letters and the Explicit Name containing twelve letters were given over by the Blessed Holy One to [the angel] Mesamariah, who stands before the Curtain.

He gave it to Elijah on Mount Carmel, and with them he ascended and did not taste death.

112. These are the Explicit Holy Exalted Names. There are twelve Names, one for each of the twelve tribes of Israel:
Brach Yah-ron
Eresh Gadra-aon
Basavah Monahon


In his book, The 72 Names of God: Technology for the Soul, The modern kabalist Yehuda Berg says that those names, "like the words of the Bible... are the property of no ethnic group or religious identity. They can and should be used by everyone to confront the accelerating chaos and negativity that confronts our world."

In The 72 Names of God, Berg says, "God never answers prayers. It is people who answer their own prayers by knowing how to connect and utilize the divine energy of the Creator and the God-like force in their own souls."


To use these angels' names as a means of divination, become quiet for a few minutes and enter into a receptive, meditative attitude. Take three slow, deep breaths from the belly. Formulate a question for which you seek the guidance of the Hebrew letters. Avoid "yes" or "no" questions. A good generic question is, "What perspective on this matter would help me proceed in the best way?" Pray for inspiration and receptivity. at the left side of this site you can see more information for each angel name.


Meditate upon the letter's associations of the angel name you chouse and also the emotional tone it evokes within you (say the name again and again like a mantra, example; for the first name of god you have to say VaHeVa וָהֵוָ  ). Be receptive to any glimmers of intuition that may arise.


Jewish kabalists in all times documented, their travel to the upper worlds, one of the more known was written in the zohar and was explained by Rabbi Moshe Cordevero (the 'Ramak') in his book "Pardes Rimonim"


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The Mystical kabalah, allows each individual to select mantra, visualizations, and practices that appeal to their minds and hearts. This flexibility does have defining limits. This chapter addresses those practices which have proven to work well with a low rate of problems. Regardless of which mantra and practices are selected, the reader is cautioned to start small and progress slowly and steadily. Example of such kabalistic mantra's praying can be seen in this short movie of the spiritual teacher Shulamit Elson how to call the Angels, and how amassing ( but not surprising I should say... ) it so close to the Tibetans monks prayers with the monks from Tibet You can see Shulamit site here:

Generally speaking, a Mystical kabalist may choose to engage in a very simple routine of practices, perhaps only involving the repetition of one particular root mantra with its attendant visualization. Or, he/she may choose to engage in a more elaborate routine, performing a combination of primary and auxiliary practices that evolve over time. The only guidelines are:

* sincerity of purpose,
* purity of intention,
* renunciation of the fruits of one's efforts,
* whole-hearted surrender to the reality and will of one's higher Self,
* discrimination between the Real and the Unreal,
* vigilant remembrance of the Divine within oneself, and in all beings.

By anchoring a stable, unified worldview in the substratum of the Ayn (the endless nothing), we "use One thorn (Small Face) to remove another (dualistic delusion)." Therefore, do not be rigid about your chosen system of belief, or fall prey to pride if you get some results. In truth, we do little to bring about the condition of spiritual awakening, and all depends upon the grace of Small Face in whose dream we are creatures. By engaging in the various practices, we try our best to make our hearts and minds fertile soil for the Divine Gardener to plant and nourish the seeds of our spiritual unfoldment. Once a person becomes a Tree of Perfection and no longer maintains a dualistic mindset, he/she sees that all worldviews are superimpositions upon the Ayn (the endless nothing), and that ultimately, "Nothing (Ayn) alone exists." This does not mean that such a soul cannot ascribe to different mindsets when stationed in different planes of existence. Hence, when in the waking state, such a one may maintain the attitude of a simple devotee regarding all as the riches of the King. When in ananda samadhi, he/she sees that Small Face has become all. When merged in the supernal effulgence, there is the singular modification that "I AM the Truth." In fana il fana (Ar. extinction of extinction), even the "I AM" disappears.

Did you ever asked your self this "Who am I?"

Most people haven't really contemplated this question enough. Meditate on it. Contemplate it.

I am whatever I identify with!

"Identification means that we mentally or emotionally lose ourselves in something inside or outside of ourselves. We become absorbed in a person, a place, our career, a hobby, our personal viewpoints... When we identify with our thoughts, we call it day dreaming... Identification also means to wrongly take something as being part of our essential selves. Take the physical body. That is merely a vehicle for living on earth. Your True Self does not consist of name, body, money, home, career, or your personal beliefs.

You are something entirely different from these attachments."

Most people identify with their body, ego, job, fears, memories, beliefs. Most people think they are their ego / personality roles - eg. Mother, Businessman, Poor me, Intimidator, Aloof, Caretaker, Parent, Child,

Most people react without thought, acting out roles - automatic like robots!

Most people let their minds go on and on without contemplation, mindfulness, attention or thought about what they are thinking, saying, feeling, tasting, knowing, learning, eating, doing with body, speech & mind.

The roles we play are not the essence of who we really are. We are a river of many things, (& pure potential for anything), however here, as always I am interested in the pure essence of who we really are.

It is said, The ultimate realization is - I AM THAT I AM

Did you ever asked your self "What is Intuition and How Do I Use it?"

By Michelle L. Casto, M.Ed.

"Intuition is an incredible resource and gift that we have been given to help us live our best life. Unfortunately, not many people know what it is or how to use it. The word intuition means "in to you" in Latin. Florence Scovel, a theologian, once said, "Intuition is the spiritual faculty that doesn't explain; it seemingly points the way." It's also been said that intuition is your divine Spirit talking to you. If you will stop for a moment and acknowledge this, you will begin to realize the incredible perspective you have at your fingertips. You have this very amazing power! And you don't even have to get any special training to start using it. All you need to do is raise your awareness about it and set your intention to harness it.

Intuitive messages range from an inkling to a strong sign or message. Your inner self is persistent and consistent. It will keep trying to get your attention until you finally wise up! An inkling is like a glimmer or passing feeling/ thought that comes from somewhere inside and usually proceeds a hunch or intuitive message. A "hunch" is accurate information from a higher intelligence; therefore, you can rely on it. An intuitive message ranges from hearing actual words, seeing a clear picture, or a deep inner knowing. Some people experience intuition as a feeling, others a gut reaction, others will see images or have a dream, others hear an actual message. Become familiar with how your inner self communicates with you. Once you receive the message, check it out with your research and common

The best ways to get in touch with your intuition are:

1.Be quiet Practice taking time out every day to experience silence. Calm your mind with traditional or active meditation. Release your need to think, analyze, and know everything. The best information comes from the deep recesses of your soul.

2.Be open Open to the gift of intuition and accept what is has to tell you. Many times, our ego thinks it has it "all figured out," but your true path may look very different than the one you are on. Being open to new possibilities and ways of living is key.

3.Be creative There are many ways to be creative, painting, writing, dancing, designing a website, etc. Do something that helps you get into the "flow," that place where time seems to fly by and the work is leading you. Creativity is an expression of your soul and goes hand-in-hand with intuitive guidance.

4.Ask questions When you ask yourself questions, you gain additional insight and clarity. When you ask a question like "What is the next step I need to take?" know that you already know what you need to know. Trust yourself. You already have everything you need inside.

5.Journal When you write, you tap into thoughts, feelings, ideas and direction that you are not consciously aware of. Writing allows the truth to come forth and is an easy way to gain insight from your inner self.

You can further develop your intuitive guidance by preparing yourself by gathering the necessary information and experiences to provide more of an opportunity for your intuition to surface. Intuition cannot be forced; you need to allow it. After loading up your mind with information about the issue, give your intuition time to work on it. And then become open to the answer. You will likely experience an "Aha" moment, which is a moment of instant awareness, where the answer sprouts from "out of the blue." If you have an important decision to make and are not 100% sure about something happening, stop and think before making a decision. Usually this is your intuition trying to tell you that something is not quite right. Likewise, if you feel that you should go for it, do it, so you don't miss a valuable opportunity. Intuition is your very own best friend. It is always there for you. It waits patiently for you. It gives the absolute best advice, and all you have to do is ask! Like any good friendship, all it takes to nurture it is a little time and attention. If you decide to be close and intimate with your intuition, I promise that your life will transform into something wonderful."

Intuition and Psychic Energy - Where Do They Come From? By Sonia Choquette, Ph.D.

" Intuition and Psychic Energy: Where Do They Come From? It is easier to train your senses to notice your intuitive impulses if you have an understanding of where those intuitive flashes originate. In every psychic development class I teach, I ask the students where they think psychic or intuitive feelings and impulses begin. Some answer, "from my subconscious mind." Others say, "from my Higher Self." Some believe, "it's dead people talking to you," or "your guides."

If you are going to convince your mind to listen to your intuitive feelings, your mind has to value those feelings. Your mind requires an acceptable reason to value psychic feelings. The best way to convince your mind to pay attention to these feelings is to introduce it to where these feelings come from. After all, there is a big difference between listening to Joe Nobody's opinion on something, and listening to a highly knowledgeable expert. Whom would you listen to?

Ask yourself:

Where do I think my psychic information comes from?

Why should I listen?

Do I think it's trustworthy? Do I think it comes from a helpful and knowledgeable source?

Am I comfortable tuning in to it?

It's important to ask these questions. The good news is, the answers are very specific and enlightening.

Where Does It Come From?
Actually, psychic energy comes from various sources. Our conscious minds have been trained to focus on one broadcast on our sensory radio: the broadcast of our five-physical-sense relay. But there are other relays broadcasting that we can and spontaneously do tune in to now and again which give us our psychic information.

The first of these psychic relays comes from our own subconscious minds. Our subconscious minds are like giant computers taking in thousands of bits of information every day, information that slips past our conscious attention, yet nevertheless is perceived and saved for a future moment. Every detail of every experience that we've had since the beginning of our lives, and in our last lives as well, is stored here and held unless released spontaneously by some necessity. It would be overwhelming for our conscious minds to process every detail of every event, so the mind allows unneeded information to slip unnoticed into this huge storage library. If the subconscious is jogged by need or by visualization or relaxation, the subconscious will release back to the conscious mind necessary and helpful information.

An extreme example of this is the case of an accident or crime witness. The events witnessed may have occurred too quickly or have become clouded over by emotions of surprise or shock, and the details lost. But if this same person were to relax through hypnosis, his or her recollection would become nearly perfect, because the subconscious memory can be accessed.

This also occurs in everyday events. Perhaps you have been mulling over a problem for weeks, coming to no specific solution. Then suddenly, when daydreaming during another task like watering the lawn or taking a long drive, a solution will pop into your head. This relaxed frame of mind is a receptive frame of mind, and in this receptive state, your subconscious can scan its stored information for possible solutions. If it does find one "Eureka!" you'll have a psychic flash.

This type of psychic experience happens most often in your work or in an area that you've spent a great deal of time learning or reading about, or in an area of natural interest. The fact is, you may have acquired bits and pieces of useful knowledge along the way, information that would provide an answer or solution. Your subconscious mind can take in and rearrange these bits and pieces and create new and significant relationships among these bits of understanding. The solution lies in finding new relationships to old information.

All this occurs below your conscious awareness. Can you believe that your subconscious mind not only records your experiences perfectly, but can also combine different records, thus creating solutions that couldn't be found just in examining the pieces? Yet it does, naturally. Through proper training, you can develop far greater access to this stored information than you ever believed possible.

The second type of psychic experience is with telepathic connections to others. How many times in your life have you found yourself humming a tune silently in your head, only to have someone next to you start singing the same tune out loud? How many times have you been thinking about someone and had them call within a short time? How many times have you taken up a new interest like skiing, cooking, or sewing, only to find people with the same newfound interest popping up all around you? Psychic? Yes - telepathic!

We are all silent radio stations broadcasting our own tunes, and even though we are not conscious of it, we do like to harmonize with one another. We gravitate naturally toward people playing "our tune" and together we amplify our broadcast.

One of my spiritual teachers once told me that we are always telepathically tuning in with many, many others - up to six thousand people at any given time - even though it is usually not conscious. It sounds incredible, but this is what creates mass consciousness. Groups of people band together and "group think" about things: pro-lifers, animal rights activists, rebels and fundamentalists, to name a few. People think in blocks all around the world, and these blocks of mental energy float and move in space, influencing political ideas, religious beliefs, and social and moral values.

Telepathic connections can be useful and amusing, as in the case of the telephone call from the old friend you were concentrating on. If you are lazy and undiscerning about your thoughts, however, you can become a psychic garbage pail, in which all sorts of negative or mass beliefs settle and take over your mind. An example of this is the telepathically relayed belief that cities are now extremely dangerous and suburban areas are safer. Many people telepathically accept this belief as fact. In reality, some aspects of city living are dangerous, and some are vitalizing and marvellous. The fact is also that many suburban areas are riddled with dangerous people, and one is not really in any more or less danger in one area versus another. Safety is governed by awareness more than geography. If you are susceptible to negative mass beliefs, you will overcome this problem when you begin your psychic development. You cannot be psychic if you are mentally lazy.

You'll need to snap out of your dreamy state and be here now. If you have a sharp focus to your mind, telepathy will automatically become more specific, filtering away unnecessary and unconsciously unexamined "group thought" to attract only what is helpful to your focus. One way to do this is to set goals so that you will focus your attention and eliminate mass thought influences. Setting goals keeps you free of collective negative emotion and attracts telepathic support.

The Superconscious or Higher Source:
The third and most interesting source of psychic energy is from the superconscious plane of energy. Every one of us has, as our spiritual birthright, access to a Higher Source of knowing and loving guidance.

This Higher Source is actually composed of several distinct levels of spiritual guidance. These types of psychic impulses influence your future and the present choices you make that will set up your future.

This level of psychic guidance influences your perspective and helps you look at your choices from a new point of view. These kinds of communications are felt as warnings, urgings, new ideas, inspirations, breakthroughs in understanding, desires to redirect your life, a need to stop or let go of what you are doing, or a need to commit or go forward with what you are hesitant about.

Remember, these types of psychic experiences are loving but not flattering to your ego; stable, consistent, and unwavering but not coercive; subtle but distinct. They will always leave you feeling reassured, relaxed, and certain of yourself, in spite of appearances, if you listen and pay attention. Additionally, these types of psychic feelings help you with questions in love and relationships, health and well-being, and creativity and purpose in life, and above all will help you find inner security and spiritual peace of mind.

Let's face facts. Your conscious mind will be more amenable to listening to these impulses if it is given a reason to listen. After all, your conscious mind would like to consider itself reasonable. If it accepts and understands the reasonability of listening to your intuition, it will do so far more easily. You would not ignore the advice of an expert if you were building a house, would you? Especially if the advice were free? And painless?

It is just as foolish to ignore the assistance of your psychic guidance as you build your life, especially knowing that your psychic sense is offering you a solution from your subconscious mind, from a telepathic relay, or from the loving guidance of your superconscious. The psychic experience comprises all these sources of assistance.

What Does It Involve? Essentially what psychic development involves is becoming keenly aware of what is going on around and inside you, here and now. By tuning in to your little psychic impulses, you will notice what you heretofore may have ignored. Once you make this realization, you can begin your development.

Have you ever had a hearing test? If so, do you recall (when wearing the headphones) that all your senses perked up to hear the barely audible beep that sounded for but a split second? Or an eye test, where you wore a patch first over one eye, then over the other, while scanning a screen for a teeny blip of light moving over the area? These exams are designed to test your ear and eye sense acuity. The more acute, the more subtle the beep or flash you noticed.

Psychic development requires the same acuity. Relax and enjoy, notice impulses you otherwise overlooked. Don't worry that you are imagining things. You aren't. You are just redefining your sphere of awareness and allowing it more room to play.

Once you understand where your intuition and psychic feelings come from, you need to learn how to gain freer and easier access to these channels of the subconscious, telepathic, and superconscious broadcasts, so that they are available when you need them."

Meditation Practices

4 Little Known Meditation Secrets

Secret #1:
The True Purpose of Meditation

Many people feel a sense of fascination when confronted with the possibility of mystic visions, psychic intuition and heightened mental functioning. While meditators often report these sorts of improvements, these experiences should not be the primary reason for practice. The purpose of meditation is to bring us back to ourselves or in other words to connect us again with our higher self or with our spirit.

As we become healthier, happier and realize greater self-awareness, the other benefits of meditation begin to follow naturally -- improved mental functioning, greater intuition as well as greater access to unconscious resources and abilities.

Secret #2:
Distraction Does Not Equal Failure

Meditation is not work in the sense that you have to "force" yourself to concentrate completely for long periods of time. If we consciously try to prevent thinking, it's going to have a negative impact on the meditation.

Instead, whenever we become lost in thought or confusion, we simply acknowledge those thoughts and then gently return the attention to the object of the meditation. We do this as many times as distraction or thought occurs. Eventually, the mind becomes calmer and discursive thought begins to slow.

Secret #3:
Insight Alone Is Not Enough

Insight alone will not transform our lives. Meditation is likely to help us by giving us larger perspectives and increasing clarity of thought. But although our sense of inner guidance might become stronger, unless we ACT on that guidance, we will never manifest the changes we truly want in our lives.

This doesn't just mean we need to take action in our outer world, for example, having an honest conversation with a friend or paying a bill.

It also means we must actively request the assistance of the unconscious in a clear and persistent way. When you do that, you find yourself magnetically drawn toward your dreams with an irresistible impulse.

Secret #4:
Learn To Let Go

Once you have made your request, it's important that you let go. Don't be concerned with HOW you're going to get what you truly want in your life. Needing to know how can hamper the process of making it manifest in the outer world. Learn to trust your unconscious.

Some changes -- perhaps all of them -- will happen automatically. I have personally found that many of my destructive habits simply dropped away with minimal conscious effort.

For me, this was achieved not by self-discipline and will power, but rather a "letting go" and a realization that spiritual growth is a natural process powered by parts of ourselves that know more than we can understand consciously.

As we let go consciously and receive more input from these parts, we learn to trust this feeling, this feeling that we are in safe hands and that something amazing is about to happen.

Before you meditate, prepare both your external and internal environments. The external environment is the setting in which the meditator practices, and the internal environment is the mind. The practices that each aspirant employs is a matter of individual choice. It is important to develop "inner listening" skills to connect with and "hear" the Divine guidance that issues from within, or sometimes, through surprising external sources. As a mystic on the Path, your individual life is your current yogic teaching story by which the Divine leads you through karmic lessons and the process of spiritual growth. So, be vigilant throughout the course of your days and in your dream state for those moments when God is communicating with you. Once on the path, there are no coincidences, no accidents. Try to make your meditation a routine part of your life. It is best if you can do it at approximately the same times each day, and it is important to be regular and not to allow laziness to excuse yourself from practice even when you are tired or busy. A little bit of concentrated, high quality practice is better than a lot of low-quality, unfocused practice.

It is also important to use common sense in the process of maintaining a routine of spiritual practices. For example, if you take food late at night, especially if it is rich or spicy, there is a good chance that your mind will be agitated or sluggish while meditating before going to sleep. Taking such food late at night may also impact your dream state, and your mental condition during your meditation the following morning. Some people feel that psychotropic drugs enhance spiritual practices or even facilitate spiritual progress. However, many high level yogic masters from all mystical traditions have warned that this is not the case. Immoderate use of such substances can, in fact, dull the mental instrument, diminish the quality of meditation, obstruct conscious dreaming, and destabilize the nervous system.

The pages in this section of the Web site discuss how to prepare the external and internal environments for meditation, and present a simple and a more elborate routine of Small Face-centered meditation practices involving a root mantra and complimentary visualization. This material will be followed by a Vast Face-centered routine of meditation. Some additional visualizations and ancillary practices also have pages. Customize your own routine according to what appeals to you, and experiment with some of the auxiliary practices.

The External Environment

Create a dedicated place where you will engage in your practice on a regular basis. By having a dedicated place that is quiet and peaceful, you can build up over time an increasing spiritual power there, which can enhance your practice in that site. If space permits, it is ideal to dedicate an entire separate room, where one maintains a shrine and in which one engages only in spiritual activities, thoughts, and speech. If space does not permit the spiritual dedication of an entire room, then at the very least try to have a comfortable, quiet place in your home where you can regularly meditate without interruption. The ringing of a phone or other loud noises can be quite a shock to the nervous system when it has been highly sensitized in meditation, so try to insulate yourself from such noises and interruptions. Since many places are unavoidably noisy, one may find it useful to use earplugs to baffle extraneous noise. Since the room is to be completely dedicated to the Lord YHVH, it would be appropriate to attach a mezuzah (small encased scroll) on the right doorpost. Jews have placed mezuzahs on their doorposts since ancient times to distinguish their households as Jewish, as a talisman to ward off evil, and as a device to trigger remembrance of the Divine when entering and leaving a house. The central element in the mezuzah scroll is the "Affirmation of Unity," the Shema.

A shrine should be installed, if possible, on the eastern wall of the room. It is said that shrines are spiritually alive and "build themselves." A shrine within the context of the Mystical Qabalah is an utterly personal construct. It is not an altar as it is construed within the context of the Practical Qabalah, but a place where you go to honor and commune with the Mysterious Unknown at the Roots of All Things, however you envision or think of Him and Her or It. If your shrine centers upon Small Face, such as the Lord YHVH, then you may choose, as many do, to have a place to put flower and incense offerings. It is also propitious to light a candle and keep it burning during your meditation and devotional activities. And, of course, your mother taught you to be careful with fire. One may also choose to keep a small bowl of water on the altar, as well as, any other articles that you feel are appropriate. Even if you commonly wear shoes in the rest of your home, you should remove them before entering your shrine room, which you can think of as "God's room." Try to leave the world outside before entering it. You may want to make ablution before entering God's room. It is quite sufficient to wash your hands and face. In many traditions, people also wash their feet and wipe a little water on their heads.

If you are focusing on the Lord YHVH as your Small Face Chosen Ideal, then you might want to place an image on the wall that displays the Name. In a previous page, we described the visualization of the Sinatic Hebrew Name or Ezra Hebrew Name as dancing letters of fire (of various colors according to one's choice) against a solid circular background. One can use either the horizontal or Yosher form of the Name YHVH. Place the solid black circle of the Tzimtzum against a solid light blue background, which represents the negatively existent Light of the Endless. Constructing the letters and the light blue background of the Tzimtzum from "day-glo" colored material, which glows when a black light is shined upon it, is an interesting enhancement. If you elect to do it this way, remember that it is unhealthy to expose your eyes directly into the blacklight. With the black light on, the Tzimtzum becomes very three-dimensional. The Name YHVH seems to come off the wall, and the Tzimtzum appears to be floating in a soft blue charged light. Even without the black light, the day glo letters are quite vibrant.

Create a soft, comfortable place to sit on. It is helpful to elevate your buttocks by sitting on an extra pillow, small piece of foam, or zafu (raised pillow used by Zen meditators). You may or may not choose to support your back against a wall. If you do let the wall support your back, you may want to put something soft between your back and the wall, and you may wish to augment support to your lumbar spinal region. Try to maintain good posture while you are meditating. Keep your spine and your head upright but not rigid. It is good to cross your legs, but it is not necessary to maintain the severity of a "lotus position." The operative words here are "upright but comfortable," so that you can engage in extended meditation without being distracted by your body. (If you are unable to sit with legs crossed on a flat surface, you may elect to sit in a chair.) Place your hands comfortably on your knees, palms down or up. You can alternately place them in your lap, with either the fingers of the two hands entwined or with the back of your right hand resting in the palm of your left. If you choose to use prayer beads, then play them with your right hand and place your left hand on your left knee or in your lap. Many people keep a special shawl or wrap at their meditation seat to wear during their meditation. Jews may elect to wrap themselves in their tallit gadol (large prayer shawl).

The Internal Environment

Preparing your internal environment for meditation is even more essential than preparing your physical environment. Whether you have a dedicated place, or just sit upright on your bed or in a comfortable chair, and even if you are employing the most bare-bones routine of practices, proper mental focus is critical. When a person first sits to meditate, they often bring some measure of mental agitation to the session. Perhaps they had a stressful day, or experienced some emotional upset within the context of their personal or professional relationships. Maybe they awoke from a disturbing dream or had a night of restless sleep. It is therefore very important to take the time, before you start to engage in your chosen meditation practice, to calm the mind and truly relax. Recalling the words of the Beatles song "Tomorrow Never Knows,"

"Turn off your mind, relax, and float down stream.""Tomorrow Never Knows," Revolver. Music and lyrics by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

The most common way to calm the mind and invoke a relaxation response is to employ a breathing practice for a brief period of time. When a person is agitated, their breathing becomes shallower and less oxygen gets to the brain. Hence, it is very helpful to preface one's meditation session with a breathing practice. One such practice in the Mystical Qabalah is to silently use the two syllables "Yah Hu" in coordination with the breath. Yah is the B'riyatic pronunciation of the first two letters of the Name YHVH. Hu commonly means "He," and is associated with the throat center. Inhale gently and slowly through your mouth. Quietly draw the breath in with the syllable "yah," and allow the air to fill down into your abdomen. Feel the inhaled syllable draw divine light in through the forehead center. Let that YH-Light continue downward to the throat center. When you come to the end of the inhale, let it turn seamlessly into the exhalation, and breath out with the syllable "hoo." As you exhale, feel the Hu breath descend out from the throat center and move down to fan the flames of the letters of the Name YHVH in the heart center. Continue to inhale and exhale gently while intoning the respective syllables for a minute or two. You may find it useful to connect the breath intonations with the mental sensation of ocean waves gently breaking on the shore and then pulling back out, or with a wind rhythmically sweeping through a valley.

After you are done breathing the syllables audibly through your mouth, you can continue to do so silently while breathing through your nostrils. Breathing in and out through your nostrils, you will find that you instinctively press your tongue gently up against the hard palate. Furthermore, breathing in and out through your nostrils in this manner is appropriate for meditation practices. This is also the healthiest way to breathe. If you do not already breathe through your nostrils down into and out from the lower abdominal area as a matter of habit, practicing it while meditating will help you to do so. Perform the breathing practices in a comfortable manner, without strain. Don't overfill your lungs on the inhalations, or exhale until every last bit of air is pushed out. You might also find it desirable to slowly chant for a while before you engage in a breathing practice. You could use "Yah Hu," ( or any Divine ANGELS names or you can use one of the psalms sentences corresponding to each angel name, as can be seen in the angels pages at this site, doing so can focus your meditation to specific angel, there for to help you with specific problem or path in your present life, you may get some useful answers from the divine about your current situation in this life and or what you can do to farther improve your self. ) Place the tip of your tongue gently against the hard palate behind your upper teeth. Take a breath in through your nose. Let the tongue drop down and intone the syllables.

As you repeat the mantra, visualize the Hebrew letters as dancing letters of fire against a solid circular background, surrounding which is a light blue background. Place that visualization either within your heart center, "before your eyes," or in your forehead.

It is possible to do this with your eyes open or closed. See the letters in the color that appeals to youfire orange red, white, gold, etc. While you could use different colors , black is recommended. Do not make the act of visualization a stressful process, and don't expect to literally see what you are visualizing right away. Visualization is a skill that requires cultivation. It begins as an act of creative imagination and, over time and practice, becomes much more real.

When you first begin to do mantric meditation, you will notice that thoughts continue to rise in your mind while you are silently repeating the mantra. Do not struggle to stop your thoughts: just let them rise and disappear in your mind, like seeds that gently burst and dissipate. The mantra gives a part of your mind an anchor, so that the procession of thoughts floats by without taking you with it. You will probably have lapses in your visualization. Whenever you find your attention drifting off course, just try to be diligent about bringing your mind back to the task at hand, without letting the tricky voice of self-criticism steal your attention.

The reader is again reminded how important it is to limit the amount of mantric repetition you do in the beginning. Go slowly, and increase the amount in small increments over a substantial period of time. Each individual should test the water to determine how much they are comfortable doing at the onset, and how much and how often to increase the amount. When you start silent mantric repetition, limit the duration to ten to fifteen minutes when you awaken in the morning, and that much again before you go to sleep. If you tend to wake up very groggy, you may wish to apply some cold water to your face before you begin, so that you do not fall back to sleep while sitting up. This is not an uncommon occurrence. If you have a hard time staying awake while you are meditating before you go to sleep, you may wish to do your practice a little earlier while you are still alert.

Increase the sessions by five minutes or less per month, according to what feels right for you, until you are sitting for a maximum of forty-five to sixty minutes. Also, as mentioned before, begin your practice of mantric repetition with a slow, rhythmic cadence. You may wish to increase the speed of the repetition as time goes. As you get more advanced, the repetitions can become quite rapid, amounting to thousands of repetitions per session. When you come to the end of your session of silent chanting, don't stop and get up abruptly. Cease chanting and just "listen" to the quietness, allowing the power that you have generated to soak in. Bring closure to your practice by bowing in your heart to your dear Lord and offer Him/Her the fruits of your yogic efforts. You may wish to engage further in prayer at that time. Having finished your prayer, arise from your meditation seat and begin your day, or lie down to begin your sleep period. If you are starting your day, try to not talk or engage in frenetic activity. If you are going to sleep, you might try falling asleep on your back if you can, as this will help stimulate conscious dreaming.

Meditation on GOD name YHVH by Abraham Abulafia
This part done with the help of this site

"When I came to the night in which this power was conferred on me, and midnight when this power especially expands and gains strength whereas the body weakens had passed, I set out to take up the Great Name of God, consisting of seventy-two names, permuting and combining it. But when I had done this for a little while, behold, the letters took on in my eyes the shape of great mountains, strong trembling seized me and I could summon no strength, my hair stood on end, and it was as if I were not in this world. At once I fell down, for I no longer felt the least strength in any of my limbs. And behold, something resembling speech emerged from my heart and came to my lips and forced them to move. I thought -perhaps this is, God forbid, a spirit of madness that has entered into me? But behold, I saw it uttering wisdom. I said: "This is indeed the spirit of wisdom."
Abraham Abulafia a Sicilian Kabbalist born in Saragosa, Spain ( 1240-1291 )

It is well known that the letters [of the Hebrew alphabet] have no vibration of their own, and therefore the Blessed God set into nature, in accordance with the Intellect, powers into the whole mouth in order to bring the letters into pronunciation, according to the form of their existence as found in books. And vowel-points were set into the letters to demonstrate the vibration of pronunciation in their translation from the book to the mouth. Thus the vibrations are essentially the letters of the mouth, and accidentally, the letters in the book. And joined to this by necessity with the places of the various vibrations, for nothing will vibrate without place and time. The elements of space are the dimensions, and the elements of time that are the cycles through which it is measured in divisions such as years, months, days and the like. And because of the dimensions, a person must know [how] to lengthen the pronunciation of each of the letters. And this is the secret of the pronunciation when you wish to mention this glorious [divine] name: Make yourself right and isolate yourself in a special place, so that no one will hear your voice except you, then purify your heart and your soul from all thoughts of this world. Then imagine in that moment that your soul is separated from your body, removed from this world, and living in the world-to-come, which is the source of the life that exists distributed in all that lives. This is [identical with the Active] Intellect, which is the source of all wisdom, understanding and knowledge of the Supreme King of kings, the Holy, Blessed One, whom all revere with a great awe--and this awe of one who has attained [such spiritual heights] is a double awe: [comprising] the awe [that comes of] love [of God] and the awe [that comes from] ascent. When your mind (da'at) comes to cleave to [the divine] mind (da'at), it puts knowledge (da'at) into you. Your mind must turn aside from itself all extraneous knowledge, apart from the knowledge (da'at) of [God], which joins you and [God] by virtue of [God's] honoured and awesome name. And therefore, you must know the form of its pronunciation, and this is its configuration:

This is the way to pronounce it with the English letters

Ao-Yo Ao-Ya Ao-Ye Ao-Yee Ao-Yoo

Aa-Yo Aa-Ya Aa-Ye Aa-Yee Aa-Yoo

Ae-Yo Ae-Ya Ae-Ye Ae-Yee Ae-Yoo

Aee-Yo Aee-Ya Aee-Ye Aee-Yee Aee-Yoo

Aoo-Yo Aoo-Ya Aoo-Ye Aoo-Yee Aoo-Yoo

These are the twenty-five 'forward' [permutations]. There are another twenty-five 'backward' [permutations], and here they are:

This is the way to pronounce it with the English letters

Yo-Ao Yo-Aa Yo-Ae Yo-Aee Yo-Aoo

Ya-Ao Ya-Aa Ya-Ae Ya-Aee Ya-Aoo

Ye-Ao Ye-Aa Ye-Ae Ye-Aee Ye-Aoo

Yee-Ao Yee-Aa Yee-Ae Yee-Aee Yee-Aoo

Yoo-Ao Yoo-Aa Yoo-Ae Yoo-Aee Yoo-Aoo

In this same way, [permute] with [the letter] hay,

Ho-Yo Ho-Ya Ho-Ye Ho-Yee Ho-Yoo

Ha-Yo Ha-Ya Ha-Ye Ha-Yee Ha-Yoo

He-Yo He-Ya He-Ye He-Yee He-Yoo

Hee-Yo Hee-Ya Hee-Ye Hee-Yee Hee-Yoo

Hoo-Yo Hoo-Ya Hoo-Ye Hoo-Yee Hoo-Yoo

Yo-Ho Yo-Ha Yo-He Yo-Hee Yo-Hoo

Ya-Ho Ya-Ha Ya-He Ya-Hee Ya-Hoo

Ye-Ho Ye-Ha Ye-He Ye-Hee Ye-Hoo

Yee-Ho Yee-Ha Yee-He Yee-Hee Yee-Hoo

Yoo-Ho Yoo-Ha Yoo-He Yoo-Hee Yoo-Hoo

and similarly with vav,

Vo-Yo Vo-Ya Vo-Ye Vo-Yee Vo-Yoo

Va-Yo Va-Ya Va-Ye Va-Yee Va-Yoo

Ve-Yo Ve-Ya Ve-Ye Ve-Yee Ve-Yoo

Vee-Yo Vee-Ya Vee-Ye Vee-Yee Vee-Yoo

Voo-Yo Voo-Ya Voo-Ye Voo-Yee Voo-Yoo

Yo-Vo Yo-Va Yo-Ve Yo-Vee Yo-Voo

Ya-Vo Ya-Va Ya-Ve Ya-Vee Ya-Voo

Ye-Vo Ye-Va Ye-Ve Ye-Vee Ye-Voo

Yee-Vo Yee-Va Yee-Ve Yee-Vee Yee-Voo

Yoo-Vo Yoo-Va Yoo-Ve Yoo-Vee Yoo-Voo

and similarly with the last hay.

Ho-Yo Ho-Ya Ho-Ye Ho-Yee Ho-Yoo

Ha-Yo Ha-Ya Ha-Ye Ha-Yee Ha-Yoo

He-Yo He-Ya He-Ye He-Yee He-Yoo

Hee-Yo Hee-Ya Hee-Ye Hee-Yee Hee-Yoo

Hoo-Yo Hoo-Ya Hoo-Ye Hoo-Yee Hoo-Yoo

Yo-Ho Yo-Ha Yo-He Yo-Hee Yo-Hoo

Ya-Ho Ya-Ha Ya-He Ya-Hee Ya-Hoo

Ye-Ho Ye-Ha Ye-He Ye-Hee Ye-Hoo

Yee-Ho Yee-Ha Yee-He Yee-Hee Yee-Hoo

Yoo-Ho Yoo-Ha Yoo-He Yoo-Hee Yoo-Hoo

[Note by Cordovero/] We have abbreviated this, and even corrected it accordingly, because the author of Sefer HaNikkud confused the issue by means of a poem to obscure it, but he reveals it at the end of his work, so we will explain it as is fitting and proper. Now we return to his words:

This is the configuration: When we begin to pronounce the 'alef, in whatever configuration you pronounce it [i.e. with whatever vowel], because it alludes to the secret of [divine] unity, you should not lengthen it beyond one breathe. And do not interrupt it in any way at all until you have completed its pronunciation. Lengthen this particular breath, according to your breathing ability, for as long as you are able to hold it. And chant the 'alef, or whatever letter, while in the form of the vowel-point [as explained below]: Thus the cholem [ with the sound of 'o'] is above [the letter]. When you begin to pronounce it, turn your face to the east, [looking] neither up nor down, and sit wrapped in clean, pure white robes over all your garments, or with your tallit over your head, wearing tefillin [and] facing east because that is the direction from which light enters the world. With [each of] the twenty-five [pairs of letters] you must move your head [correctly].

In the case of cholem, begin facing due east, purify your thoughts, and raise your head little by little as you breathe [out], until you are finished with your head facing upwards. After you have finished, prostrate yourself on the ground once. Do not make a distinction between the breath of the 'alef and that of the letter attached to it [in the pair], apart from one breath, either short or long. Alternatively, between each letter of the name, whether 'forward' or the reverse, you may breathe twice without pronouncing [anything], but no more; however, you have the option of fewer. When you have completed each row, you have the option of breathing five times only, but no more; however, you have the option of fewer. If you change or deviate from this order while [proceeding though] the row, return to the beginning of that row, until you have said it correctly.

By analogy with the shape of the cholem which draws [one] upwards, [you must] sing the chirek [with the sound of 'ee', which] draws [one] downwards. Thus you may draw down supernal power to adhere to you. In the case of shuruk [with the sound of 'oo'], neither raise nor lower your head, but push it forwards at a middle level (?). In the case of tsere [with a sound of 'ay'] push your head from left to right, and in the case of kamatz [with the sound of 'ah'] from right to left.

In any case, if after completing this, you see a form before you, prostrate yourself before it immediately. And if you hear a voice, either loud or soft, and want to understand what it is saying, answer it immediately. Say: 'Speak my lord, for your servant is listening' (I Samuel 3:9). [But then] do not speak at all, but listen carefully to what it may tell you. If you experience great terror, which you cannot bear, even in the middle of the pronunciation, prostrate yourself immediately. And if you do not hear or see [anything], abandon this for the rest of that week. It is good to use this pronunciation [technique] once a week, in a form that 'runs and returns' (Ezekiel 1:14), for with regard to this matter a covenant has been made.

So, what can I add further, to make this known to you? For it is well known that if you are wise, you can understand this entire order from hints. If you feel that your intellect is weak in wisdom, or in [knowledge of] kabbalah, or that your thought is strongly bound to the vanities of time, do not pronounce the name, lest you sin more.

Know that between the column of the yod and that of the hay you may breathe twenty-five times, but no more, provided that you do not make any interruption between them, neither in speech nor in thought. Similarly, between the hay and the vav and between the vav and the [final] hay. However, you may have the option of fewer.

[Note by Cordovero] Thus far the words of the author of Sefer HaNikkud. His words are either those of a received tradition [kabbalah, passed on] orally or those of an angelic being [maggid].

In this site at the left side you can find detailed information on each of the kabalisic 72 names ( Angels ) of God.

"The Awakening"

A time comes in your life when you finally get it? When in the midst of all your fears and insanity you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere, the voice inside your head cries out - ENOUGH!!! Enough fighting and crying, or struggling to hold on.. And, like a child quieting down after a blind tantrum, your sobs begin to subside, you shudder once or twice, you blink back your tears and through a mantle of wet lashes, you begin to look at the world through new eyes.

This is your awakening? You realize that it's time to stop hoping and waiting for something to change, or for happiness, safety and security to come galloping over the next horizon. You come to terms with the fact that he is not Prince Charming and you are not Cinderella and that in the real world, there aren't always fairy tale endings (or beginnings for that matter) and that any guarantee of "happily ever after" must begin with you and in the process, a sense of serenity is born of acceptance.

You awaken to the fact that you are not perfect and that not everyone will always love, appreciate or approve of who or what you are? And that's OK. (They are entitled to their own views and views and opinions.) And you learn the importance of loving and championing yourself and in the process, a sense of newfound confidence is born of self-approval.

You stop complaining and blaming other people for the things they did to you (or didn't do for you) and you learn that the only thing you can really count on is the unexpected. You learn that people don't always say what they mean or mean what they say and that not everyone will always be there for you and that it's not always about you. So, you learn to stand on your own and to take care of yourself and in the process, a sense of safety and security is born of self-reliance.

You stop judging and pointing fingers and you begin to accept people as they are and to overlook their shortcomings and human frailties and in the process, a sense of peace and contentment is born of forgiveness.

You realize that much of the way you view yourself and the world around you, is a result of all the messages and opinions that have been ingrained into your psyche. You begin to sift through all the junk you've been fed about how you should behave, how you should shop and what you should drive, how and where you should live and what you should do for a living, who you should marry and what you should expect of a marriage, the importance of having and raising children or what you owe your parents. You learn to open up new worlds and different points of view. You begin reassessing and redefining who you are and what you really stand for.

You learn the difference between wanting and needing and you begin to discard the doctrines and values you've outgrown, or should never have bought into to begin with and in the process, you learn to go with your instincts.

You learn that it is truly in giving that we receive and that there is power and glory in creating and contributing and you stop maneuvering through life merely as a "consumer""looking for your next fix.

You learn that principles such as honesty and integrity are not the outdated ideals of a by gone era, but the mortar that holds together the foundation upon which you must build a life.

You learn that you don't know everything; it's not your job to save the world and that you can't teach a pig to sing. You learn to distinguish between guilt and responsibility and the importance of setting boundaries and learning to say NO. You learn that the only cross to bear is the one you choose to carry and that martyrs get burned at the stake.

Then you learn about love. Romantic love and familial love. How to love, how much to give in love, when to stop giving and when to walk away.

You learn not to project your needs or your feelings onto a relationship. You learn that you will not be more beautiful, more intelligent, more lovable or important because of the man on your arm or the child that bears your name.

You learn to look at relationships as they really are and not as you would have them be. You stop trying to control people, situations and outcomes.

You learn that just as people grow and change, so it with love; and you learn that you don't have the right to demand love on your terms, just to make you happy.

You learn that alone does not mean lonely. You look in the mirror and come to terms with the fact that you will never be a size 5 or a perfect 10 and you stop trying to compete with the image inside your head and agonizing over how you "stack up".

You also stop working so hard at putting your feelings aside, smoothing things over and ignoring your needs. You learn that feelings of entitlement are perfectly OK and that it is your right, to want things and to ask for the things that you want and that sometimes it is necessary to make demands.

You come to the realization that you deserve to be treated with love, kindness, sensitivity and respect and you won't settle for less. You allow only the hands of a lover who cherishes you, to glorify you with his touch and in the process, you internalize the meaning of self-respect.

And you learn that your body really is your temple. And you begin to care for it and treat it with respect. You begin eating a balanced diet, drinking more water and taking more time to exercise. You learn that fatigue diminishes the spirit and can create doubt and fear. So you take more time to rest. Just as food fuels the body, laughter fuels our soul; so you take more time to laugh and to play.

You learn that for the most part in life, you get what you believe you deserve and that much of life truly is a self-fulfilling prophecy.

You learn that anything worth achieving is worth working for and that wishing for something to happen is different from working toward making it happen.

More importantly, you learn that in order to achieve success you need direction, discipline and perseverance. You also learn that no one can do it all alone and that it's OK to risk asking for help.

You learn that the only thing you must truly fear is the great robber baron of all time; FEAR itself. You learn to step right into and through your fears, because you know that whatever happens you can handle it and to give in to fear, is to give away the right to live life on your terms.

You learn to fight for your life and not to squander it living under a cloud of impending doom. You learn that life isn't always fair, you don't always get what you think you deserve and that sometimes bad things happen to unsuspecting, good people. On these occasions, you learn not to personalize things. You learn that God isn't punishing you or failing to answer your prayers; it's just life happening.

You learn to deal with evil in its most primal state; the ego. You learn that negative feelings such as anger, envy and resentment must be understood and redirected or they will suffocate the life out of you and poison the universe that surrounds you. You learn to admit when you are wrong and to build bridges instead of walls.

You learn to be thankfull and to take comfort in many of the simple things we take for granted; things that millions of people upon the earth can only dream about; a full refrigerator, clean running water, a soft warm bed, a long hot shower. Slowly, you begin to take responsibility for yourself, by yourself and you make yourself a promise to never betray yourself and to never ever settle for less that your heart's desire.

You hang a wind chime outside your window so you can listen to the wind, and you make it a point to keep smiling, to keep trusting and to stay open to every wonderful possibility.

Finally, with courage in your heart and with God by your side you take a stand, you take a deep breath and you begin to design the life you want to live as best as you can!!

People say everything happens for a reason and God has a Plan for it all. I believe things do happen for a reason. And God does have a Plan. But if we don't learn the lesson from the circumstance and let ourselves completely heal from it -- whether it is the past or today -- the things that happen for a reason will just keep happening over and over again. And we'll end up on a talk show talking about what keeps happening to us and wondering why. With the millennium, time is of the essence. Everything's being magnified. Events can easily feel bigger than life. This is so we'll look at things, see things, feel things, correct our path, do what we need to do because everything we do helps shape the universe and affects everyone around us.

In this site at the left side you can find detailed information on each of the kabalisic 72 names ( Guide-Angels ) of God.


Web Sites and books that helped me with my research


1. The Hebrew bible (Psalms)

2. The ZOHAR (Bereshith to Lekh Lekha) (in English)

3. Notes on Kabbalah

4. StrengthsFinder 2.0

5. golden-dawn About the Kabalah


7. The Books of Enoch - The Angels

8. The Book of Enoch and his translation into heaven

9. Tarot & Kabbalah: Esoteric Sciences Within All Religions

10.Encyclopedia of Angels

11.Work of the chariot.

12.Sepher HaBahir (hebrew).

13.Sefer ha-bahir (Bahir) - english translation pdf.

14.The Sefer Yetzirah (The Book of Creation )




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