• Save
Aleister crowley   liber 777
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Aleister crowley liber 777

on

  • 1,280 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,280
Views on SlideShare
1,280
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
3
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Aleister crowley   liber 777 Aleister crowley liber 777 Document Transcript

    • :LIBER777velP R O L E G O M E N AS Y M B O L I C AA D S Y S T E M A MSCEPTICO-MYSTICÆVIÆ EXPLICANDÆFU N D A M E N T U MHIEROGLYPHICUMSANCTISSIMORUMSCIENTÆ SUMMÆ
    • VA∴A∴publication in Class B
    • i777THE FOLLOWING is an attempt to systematise alike the data of mysticism and theresults of comparative religion.The sceptic will applaud our labours, for that the very catholicity of the symbolsdenies them any objective validity, since, in so many contradictions, something mustbe false; while the mystic will rejoice equally that the self-same catholicity all-embracing proves that very validity, since after all something must be true.Fortunately we have learnt to combine these ideas, not in the mutual toleration of sub-contraries, but in the affirmation of contraries, that transcending of the laws ofintellect which is madness in the ordinary man, genius in the Overman who hatharrived to strike off more fetters from our understanding. The savage who cannotconceive of the number six, the orthodox mathematician who cannot conceive of thefourth dimension, the philosopher who cannot conceive of the Absolute—all these areone; all must be impregnated with the Divine Essence of the Phallic Yod ofMacroprosopus, and give birth to their idea. True (we may agree with Balzac), theAbsolute recedes; we never grasp it; but in the travelling there is joy. Am I no betterthan a staphylococcus because my ideas still crowd in chains?But we digress.The last attempts to tabulate knowledge are the Kabbala Denudata of Knorr vonRosenroth (a work incomplete and, in some of its parts, prostituted to the service ofdogmatic interpretation), the lost symbolism of the Vault in which ChristianRosenkreutz is said to have been buried, some of the work of Dr. Dee and Sir EdwardKelly, some very imperfect tables in Cornelius Agrippa, the “Art” of Raymond Lully,some of the very artificial effusions of the esoteric Theosophists, and of late years theknowledge of the Order RosæRubeæet AureæCrucis and the Hermetic Order of theGolden Dawn. Unluckily, the leading spirit in these latter societies1found that hisprayer, “Give us this day our daily whisky, and just a wee drappie mair for luck!” wassternly answered, “When you have given us this day our daily Knowledge-lecture.”Under these circumstances Daath got mixed with Dewar, and Beelzebub withBuchanan.But even the best of these systems is excessively bulky; modern methods have enabledus to concentrate the substance of twenty thousand pages in two score.The best of the serious attempts to systematise the results of Comparative Religion isthat made by Blavatsky. But though she had an immense genius for acquiring facts,she had none whatever for sorting and selecting the essentials.Grant Allen made a very slipshod experiment in this line; so have some of thepolemical rationalists; but the only man worthy of our notice is Frazer of the GoldenBough. Here again, there is no tabulation; for us it is left to sacrifice literary charm,and even some accuracy, in order to bring out the one great point.
    • iiThis: That when a Japanese thinks of Hachiman, and a Boer of the Lord of Hosts, theyare not two thoughts, but one.The cause of human sectarianism is not lack of sympathy in thought, but in speech;and this it is our not unambitious design to remedy.Every new sect aggravates the situation. Especially the Americans, grossly andcrapulously ignorant as they are of the rudiments of human language, seize likemongrel curs upon the putrid bones of their decaying monkey-jabber, and gnaw andtear them with fierce growls and howls.The mental prostitute, Mrs. Eddy (for example), having invented the idea whichordinary people call “God,” christened it “Mind,” and then by affirming a set ofpropositions about “Mind,” which are only true of “God,” set all hysterical, dyspeptic,crazy Amurrka by the ears. Personally, I don’t object to people discussing theproperties of four-sided triangles; but I draw the line when they use a well-knownword, such as pig, or mental healer, or dung-heap, to denote the object of theirparanoiac fetishism.Even among serious philosophers the confusion is very great. Such terms as God, theAbsolute, Spirit, have dozens of connotations, according to the time and place of thedispute and the beliefs of the disputants.Time enough that these definitions and their inter-relation should be crystallised, evenat the expense of accepted philosophical accuracy.2. The principal sources of our tables have been the philosophers and traditionalsystems referred to above, as also, among many others, Pietri di Abano,2Lilly, EliphazLevi, Sir R. Burton, Swami Vivekananda, the Hindu, Buddhist, and Chinese Classics,the Qúran and its commentators, the Book of the Dead, and, in particular, originalresearch. The Chinese, Hindu, Buddhist, Moslem and Egyptian systems have neverbefore been brought into line with the Qabalah; the Tarot has never been made public.Eliphaz Levi knew the true attributions but was forbidden to use them.*All this secrecy is very silly. An indicible Arcanum is an arcanum that cannot berevealed. It is simply bad faith to swear a man to the most horrible penalties if hebetray . . ., etc., and then take him mysteriously apart and confide the HebrewAlphabet to his safe keeping.3This is perhaps only ridiculous; but it is a wickedimposture to pretend to have received it from Rosicrucian manuscripts which are to befound in the British Museum. To obtain money on these grounds, as has been done bycertain moderns, is clear (and, I trust, indictable) fraud.The secrets of Adepts are not to be revealed to men. We only wish they were. Whena man comes to me and asks for the Truth, I go away and practice teaching theDifferential Calculus to a Bushman; and I answer the former only when I havesucceeded with the latter. But to withhold the Alphabet of Mysticism from the learneris the device of a selfish charlatan. That which can be taught shall be taught, and thatwhich cannot be taught may at last be learnt.*This is probably true, though in agreement with the statement of the traducer of Levi’sdoctrine and the vilifier of his noble personality.
    • iii3. As a weary but victorious warrior delights to recall his battles—Fortisan hæc olimmeminisse juvabit*—we would linger for a moment upon the difficulties of our task.The question of sacred alphabets has been abandoned as hopeless. As one who shouldprobe the nature of woman, the deeper he goes the rottener it gets; so that at last it isseen that there is no sound bottom. All is arbitrary;†withdrawing out caustics andadopting a protective treatment, we point to the beautiful clean bandages and ask theclinic to admire! To take one concrete example: the English T is clearly equivalent insound to the Hebrew t, the Greek t, the Arabic P and the Coptic t, but the numerationis not the same. Again, we have a clear analogy in shape (perhaps a whole series ofanalogies), which, on comparing the modern alphabets with primeval examples,breaks up and is indecipherable.The same difficulty in another form permeates the question of gods.Priests, to propitiate their local fetish, would flatter him with the title of creator;philosophers, with a wider outlook, would draw identities between many gods in orderto obtain a unity. Time and the gregarious nature of man have raised gods as ideasgrew more universal; sectarianism has drawn false distinctions between identical godsfor polemical purposes.Thus, where shall we put Isis, favouring nymph of corn as she was? As the type ofmotherhood? As the moon? As the great goddess Earth? As Nature? As the CosmicEgg from which all Nature sprang? For as time and place have changed, so she is allof these!What of Jehovah, that testy senior of Genesis, that lawgiver of Leviticus, that Phallusof the depopulated slaves of the Egyptians, that jealous King-God of the times of theKings, that more spiritual conception of the Captivity, only invented when alltemporal hope was lost, that mediæval battleground of cross-chopped logic, that Beingstripped of all his attributes and assimilated to Parabrahman and the Absolute of thePhilosopher?Satan, again, who in Job is merely Attorney-General and prosecutes for the Crown,acquires in time all the obloquy attaching to that functionary in the eyes of thecriminal classes, and becomes a slanderer. Does any one really think that any angel issuch a fool as to try to gull the Omniscient God into injustice to his saints?Then, on the other hand, what of Moloch, that form of Jehovah denounced by thosewho did not draw huge profit from his rites? What of the savage and morose Jesus ofthe Evangelicals, cut by their petty malice from the gentle Jesus of the Italianchildren? How shall we identify the thaumaturgic Chauvinist of Matthew with themetaphysical Logos of John? In short, while the human mind is mobile, so long willthe definitions of all our terms vary.*[Lat. approx. “perhaps it will be pleasant to remember these things one day.”]†All symbolism is perhaps ultimately so; there is no necessary relation in thought between theidea of a mother, the sound of the child’s cry “Ma,” and the combination of lines ma. This, too,is the extreme case, since “ma” is the sound naturally just produced by opening the lips andbreathing. Hindus would make a great fuss over this true connection; but it is very nearly theonly one. All these beautiful schemes break down sooner or later, mostly sooner.
    • ivBut it is necessary to settle on something: bad rules are better than no rules at all. Wemay then hope that our critics will aid our acknowledged feebleness; and if it beagreed that much learning hath made us mad, that we may receive humane treatmentand a liberal allowance of rubber-cores in our old age.4. The Tree of Life is the skeleton on which this body of truth is built. Thejuxtaposition and proportion of its parts should be fully studied. Practice alone willenable the student to determine how far an analogy may be followed out. Again, someanalogies may escape a superficial study. The Beetle is only connected with the signPisces through the Tarot Trump “The Moon.” The Camel is only connected with theHigh Priestess through the letter Gimel.Since all things whatsoever (including no thing) may be placed upon the Tree of Life,the Table could never be complete. It is already somewhat unwieldy; we have tried toconfine ourselves as far as possible to lists of Things Generally Unknown. It must beremembered that the lesser tables are only divided from the thirty-two-fold table inorder to economise space; e.g. in the seven-fold table the entries under Saturn belongto the thirty-second part in the large table.We have been unable for the moment to tabulate many great systems of Magic; thefour lesser books of the Lemegeton,4the system of Abramelin, if indeed its Qliphothicramifications are susceptible of classification, once we follow it below the great andterrible Demonic Triads which are under the presidency of the Unutterable Name;5thevast and comprehensive system shadowed in the Book called the Book of theConcourse of the Forces,6interwoven as it is with the Tarot, being, indeed, on oneview little more than an amplification and practical application of the Book of Thoth.7But we hope that the present venture will attract scholars from all quarters, as whenthe wounded Satan leaned upon his spear,“ Forthwith on all sides to his aid was runBy angels many and strong,”and that in the course of time a far more satisfactory volume may result.Many columns will seem to the majority of people to consist of mere lists of senselesswords. Practice, and advance in the magical or mystical path, will enable little bylittle to interpret more and more.Even as a flower unfolds beneath the ardent kisses of the Sun, so will this table revealits glories to the dazzling eye of illumination. Symbolic and barren as it is, yet it shallstand for the athletic student as a perfect sacrament, so that reverently closing its pageshe shall exclaim, “May that of which we have partaken sustain us in the search for theQuintessence, the Stone of the Wise, the Summum Bonus, True Wisdom, and PerfectHappiness.So mote it be!
    • vTHE TREE OF LIFECOL. XII. This arrangement is the basis of the wholesystem of this book. Besides the 10 numbers and the22 letters, it is divisible into 3 columns, 4 planes, 7planes, 7 palaces, etc. etc.8
    • TABLE OFCORRESPONDENCES
    • TABLE I2I.KeyScale.II.*Hebrew Namesof Numbersand Letters.III.English of Col. II.IV.*Consciousnessof the Adept.V.*God-Names in Assiah.00}wa[ws }yarwa [ws }yaAinAin SophAin Soph AurNothingNo LimitLimitless L.V.X. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 * rtk Kether Crown* awh hyha22 * hmkj Chokmah Wisdom hy33 * hnyb Binah Understanding yhla hwhy44 * dsj Chesed Mercy la55 * hrwbg Geburah Strength rwbg yhla66 * trapt Tiphareth Beauty tudw hwla hwhy77 jxn Netzach Victory twabx hwhy88 dwh Hod Splendour twaxb yhla99 * dwsy Yesod Foundation yj la ydc1010 * rwklm Malkuth Kingdom ]lm ynda11 [la Aleph Ox hwhy12 tib Beth House (8) hgwbza13 lmg Gimel Camel (81) yla (9) hd14 tld Daleth Door (7) aha15 hh Hé Window16 ww Vau Nail17 }yz Zain Sword18 tyj Cheth Fence19 tyf Teth Serpent20 dvy Yod Hand21 [k Kaph Palm (34) ba la (4) aba22 dml Lamed Ox Goad23 ym Maim Water la24 }wn Nun Fish25 ]ms Samekh Prop26 }yu Ayin Eye27 hp Pé Mouth (65) ynda28 ydx Tzaddi Fish-hook29 [wq Qoph Back of head30 cyr Resh Head (36) hla31 }yc Shin Tooth yhla32 wt Tau Tau (as Egyptian) (15) hy (3) ba32 bis wt Tau . . . . . . . . . [{rah] ynda31 bis }yc Shin . . . . . . . . .-ª¾AÊA±ŸœA¾ÊA-ª[alga : hyha] hwchy
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES3VI.The Heavens of Assiah.VII.English of Col. VI.VIII.*Orders of Qliphoth.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 ylglghtycarRashith ha-Gilgalim Sphere of Primum Mobile (1) laymwat Thaumiel22 twlzm Mazloth Sphere of the Zodiac (1) lawgwu Ghagiel33 yatbc Shabbathai Sphere of Saturn (1) layratas Satariel44 qdx Tzedeq Sphere of Jupiter (2) hlksug Gha’agsheklah55 ydam Madim Sphere of Mars (3) bjlwg Golachab66 cmc Shemesh Sphere of Sol (4) }wryrgt Thagiriron77 hgn Nogah Sphere ofVenus (5) qrz bru A’arab Zaraq88 kbwk Kokab Sphere of Mercury (6) lams Samael99 hnbl Levanah Sphere of Luna (7) laymg Gamaliel1010 twdwsy lj Cholem Yesodoth Sphere of the Elements (7) tylyl Lilith11 jwr Ruach Air [Elements. See Col. LXVIII.]12[Planets follow Sephiroth,corresponding]Mercury [Planets follow Sephiroth]13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Venus . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 hlt Teleh Aries B * }wryryub Ba’airiron16 rwc Shar Taurus E }wrymyda Adimiron17 ynwat Teonim Gemini }wrymillx Tzalalimiron18 }frs Sarton Cancer C }wryrjyc Shichiriron19 hyra Ari Leo B }wrybhlc Shalehbiron20 hlwtb Betulah Virgo E }wryrpx Tzaphiriron21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jupiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 ynzam Moznaim Libra D }wryrybu A’abiriron23 ym Maim Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 brqu Akrab Scorpio C }wrytcjn Necheshthiron25 tcq Qesheth Sagittarius B }wrycjn Necheshiron26 ydg Gedi Capricorn E }wrygdgd Dagdagiron27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mars . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 yld Deli Aquarius D }wrymyhb Bahimiron29 ygd Dagim Pisces C }wrymycn Nashimiron30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sol . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 ca Ash Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturn . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 bis }ra Aretz Earth . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 bis ta Ath Spirit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE I (continued)4IX.The Sword and theSerpentX.Mystic Numbersof the SephirothXI.*Elements (with theirPlanetary Rulers).XII.*The Tree of Life.00 . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 1 Root of D 1stPlane, Middle Pillar22 3 Root of B 2ndPlane, Right Pillar33 6 Root of C 2ndPlane, Left Pillar44 10 C 3rdPlane, Right Pillar55 15 B 3rdPlane, Left Pillar66 21 D 4thPlane, Middle Pillar77 28 B 5thPlane, Right Pillar88 36 C 5thPlane, Left Pillar99 45 D 6thPlane, Middle Pillar1010TheFlamingSwordfollowsthedownwardcourseoftheSephir-oth,andiscomparedtotheLightningFlash.ItshiltisinKetheranditspointinMalkuth.55 E 7thPlane, Middle Pillar11 66 Hot and Moist D Path joins 1 – 212 78 . . . . . . . . . . ” 1 – 313 91 . . . . . . . . . . ” 1 – 614 105 . . . . . . . . . . ” 2 – 315 120 ! B & ” 2 – 616 136 $ E = ” 2 – 417 153 D # ” 3 – 618 171 % C ” 3 – 519 190 ! B & ” 4 – 520 210 $ E = ” 4 – 621 231 . . . . . . . . . . ” 4 – 722 253 D # ” 5 – 623 276 Cold and moist C ” 5 – 824 300 % C ” 6 – 725 325 ! B & ” 6 – 926 351 $ E = ” 6 – 827 378 . . . . . . . . . . ” 7 – 828 406 D # ” 7 – 929 435 % C ” 7 – 1030 465 . . . . . . . . . . ” 8 – 931 496 Hot and dry B ” 8 – 1032TheSerpentofWisdomfollowsthecourseofthepathsorlettersupwards,itsheadbeingthusina,itstailsint.a,m,andcaretheMotherletters,referringtotheElements;b,g,d,k,p,r,andt,theDoubleletters,tothePlanets;therest,Singleletters,totheZodiac.528 . . . . . . . . . . ” 9 – 1032 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cold and dry E . . . . . . . . . . . .31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES5XIII.The Paths of the Sepher Yetzirah.XIV.General Attribution of Tarot.XV.*The King Scale of Colour(y).00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Admirable or Hidden Intelligence The 4 Aces Brilliance22 Illuminating I. The 4 Twos—Kings or Knights Pure soft blue33 Sanctifying I. The 4 Threes—Queens Crimson44 Measuring Cohesive or Receptacular I. The 4 Fours Deep violet55 Radical I. The 4 Fives Orange66 I. of the Mediating InfluenceThe 4 Sixes—Emperors orPrincesClear pink rose77 Occult or Hidden I. The 4 Sevens Amber88 Absolute or Perfect I. The 4 Eights Violet purple99 Pure or Clear I. The 4 Nines Indigo1010 Resplendent I.The 4 Tens—Empresses orPrincessesYellow11 Scintillating I.The Fool—[Swords] Emperorsor PrincesBright pale yellow12 I. of Transparency The Juggler Yellow13 Uniting I. The High Priestess Blue14 Illuminating I. The Empress Emerald green15 Constituting I. The Emperor Scarlet16 Triumphal or Eternal One The Hierophant Red orange17 Disposing One The Lovers Orange18 I. of the House of Influence The Chariot Amber19I. of all the Activities of the SpiritualBeingStrength Yellow, greenish20 I. of Will Hermit Green, yellowish21 I. of Conciliation Wheel of Fortune Violet22 Faithful I. Justice Emerald green23 Stable I.The Hanged Man—[Cups]Queens.Deep blue24 Imaginative I. Death Green blue25 I. of Probation or Tentative One Temperence Blue26 Renovating I. The Devil Indigo27 Exciting I. The House of God Scarlet28 Natural I. The Star Violet29 Corporeal I. The Moon Crimson (ultra violet)30 Collecting I. The Sun Orange31 Perpetual I.The Angel or Last Judgement—[Wands] Kings or Knights.Glowing orange scarlet32 Administrative I. The Universe Indigo32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Empresses [Coins]Citrine, russet, olive, andblack (quartered)31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All 22 Trumps White, merging Grey
    • TABLE I (continued)6XVI.*The Queen Scale of Colour(h).XVII.*The Emperor Scale of Colour(v).XVIII.*The Empress Scale of Colour (#).00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 White brilliance White brilliance White flecked gold22 GreyBlue pearl grey, like mother-ofpearlWhite, flecked red, blue, andyellow33 Black Dark brown Grey flecked pink44 Blue Deep purple Deep azure flecked yellow55 Scarlet red Bright scarlet Red flecked black66 Yellow (gold) Rich salmon Gold amber77 Emerald Bright yellow green Olive flecked gold88 Orange Red-russet Yellow-brown flecked white99 Violet Very dark purple Citrine flecked azure1010Citrine, olive, russet, andblack*As Queen scale, but fleckedwith goldBlack rayed yellow11 Sky blue Blue emerald green Emerald flecked gold12 Purple Grey Indigo rayed violet13 Silver Cold pale blue Silver rayed sky-blue14 Sky blue Early spring greenBright rose of cerise rayed paleyellow15 Red Brilliant flame Glowing red16 Deep indigo Deep warm olive Rich brown17 Pale Mauve New yellow leather Reddish grey inclined to mauve18 Maroon Rich bright russet Dark greenish brown19 Deep purple Grey Reddish amber20 Slate grey Green grey Plum colour21 Blue Rich purple Bright blue rayed yellow22 Blue Deep blue-green Pale green23 Sea-green Deep olive-green White flecked purple24 Dull brown Very dark brownLivid indigo brown (like a blackbeetle)25 Yellow Green Dark vivid blue26 Black Blue black Cold dark grey near black27 Red Venetian red Bright red rayed azure or orange28 Sky blue Blueish mauve White tinged purple29 Buff, flecked silver-white Light translucent pinksh brown Stone colour30 Gold yellow Rich amber Amber rayed red31 Vermillion Scarlet, flecked goldVermillion flecked crimson &emerald32 Black Blue black Black rayed blue32 bis Amber Dark brown Black and yellow31 bis Deep purple (near black)The 7 prismatic colours, theviolet being outsideWhite, red, yellow, blue, black (thelatter outside)
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES7XIX.*Selection of Egyptian Gods.XX.Complete PracticalAttribution ofEgyptian Gods.XXI.*The Perfected Man.00 Harpocrates, Amoun, Nuith [[Nuit andHadit]]Heru-pa-Kraath Nu—the Hair11 Ptah, Asar un Nefer, Hadith [[Heru-Ra-Ha]] Ptah22 Amoun, Thoth, Nuith [Zodiac] Isis [As Wisdom]33 Maut, Isis, Nephthys NephthysDisk (of Ra)—the Face.[In Daath, Asi—the Neck]44 Amoun, Isis [[Hathoor]] Amoun55 Horus, Nephthys Horus } Neith—the Arms66 Asar, Ra [[On, Hrumachis]] RaThe Mighty and TerribleOne—the Breast77 Hathoor Hathoor88 Anubis Thoth }The Lords of Kereba—theReins. Nuit—the Hips andLegs.99Shu [[Hermanubis, all exclusively phallicGods]]ShuAsar and Asi—the Phallus andVulva. Sati—the Spine1010Seb. Lower (i.e. unwedded) Isis and Neph-thys. [[Sphinx as synthesis of Elements]]OsirisThe Eye of Hoor—theButtocks and Anus11 Nu [[Hoor-pa-kraat as ATU 0]] Mout As 612 Thoth and Cynocephalus Thoth Anpu—the Lips13 Chomse Chomse Hathor—the Left Eye14 Hathor Hathoor Khenti-Khas—the Left Nostril15 Men Thu Isis16 Asar, Ameshet, Apis Osiris Ba-Neb-Tattu—The Shoulders17 Various twin Deities, Rekht, Merti, &c.[[Heru-Ra-Ha]]The twin Merti . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Khephra Hormakhu . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Ra-Hoor-Khuit, Pasht, Sekhet, Mau Horus As 6.20 Isis [as Virgin] Heru-pa-Kraath . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Amoun-Ra Amoun-Ra Apu-t—the Left Ear22 Ma Maat . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Tum, Ptah, Auramoth (as C), Asar (asHanged Man), Hekar, Isis [[Hathor]]I#qhourey As 2424 Merti goddesses, Typhon, Apep, Khephra Hammemit Sekhet—the Belly and Back25 Nephthys Arwueri# . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Khem (Set) Set As 10, for u means Eye27 Horus Menqu Khenti-Khas—the Right Nostril28 Ahepi, Aroueris Nuit The Lords of Kereba—the Reins29 Khephra (as Scarab in Tarot Trump) Anubi30 Ra and many others Ra Hathor—the Right Eye31Thoum-Aesh-Neith, Mau, Kabeshunt,Horus, Tarpesheth.Mau [Serqet—the Teeth.] As 6.32 Sebek, Mako See Note * Apu-t—the Right Ear32 bis Satem, Ahapshi, Nephthys, Ameshet . . . . . . . . . yyj yla—the Bones. As 1631 bis Asar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE I (continued)8XXII.Small selection of Hindu Deities.XXIII.*The Forty Buddhist Meditations.00 AUMNothing and Neither P nor p FSpace FConsciousness F11Parabrahm (or any other whom one wishes toplease) [[Shiva, Brahma]] Indifference S22Shiva, Vishnu (as Buddha avatars), Akasa (asmatter), Lingam Joy S33 Bhavani (all forms of Sakti), Prana (as Force), Yoni Compassion S44 Indra, Brahma Friendliness S55 Vishnu, Varruna-Avatar Death R66 Vishu-Hari-Krishna-Rama Buddha R77 [[Bhavani, etc.]] The Gods R88 Hanuman Analysis into 4 Elements A99 Ganesha, Vishnu (Kurm Avatar) Dhamma R1010 Lakshmi, &c. [Kundalini] { Sangha RThe Body R11 The Maruts [Vayu] Wind K12 Hanuman, Vishnu (as Parasa-Rama) Yellow K13 Chandra (as =) Loathsomeness of Food P14 Lalita (sexual aspect of Sakti) Dark Blue K15 Shiva Bloody Corpse I16 Shiva (Sacred Bull) Beaten and Scattered Corpse I17 Various twin and hybrid Deities White K18 [[Krishna]] Worm-eaten Corpse I19 Vishnu (Nara-Singh Avatar) Gnawed by Wild Beasts Corpse I20 The Gopi girls, the Lord of Yoga Bloated Corpse I21 Brahma, Indra Liberality R22 Yama Hacked in Pieces Corpse I23 Soma [apas] Water K24 Kundalini [[Yama]] Skeleton Corpse I25 Vishnu (Horse-Avatar) Limited Aperture K26 Lingam, Yoni Putrid Corpse I27 [[Krishna]] Blood-red K28 [[The Maruts]] Purple Corpse I29 Vishnu (Matsya Avatar) Conduct R30 Agni [Tejas], Yama [as God of Last Judgement] Light K31 Surya (as !) Fire K32 Brahma Quiescence R32 bis [Prithivi] Earth K31 bis [Akasa] Breathing R
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES9XXIV.Certain of the Hindu andBuddhist Results.XXV.-XXXII.XXXIII.SomeScandinavianGods.XXXIV.Some Greek Gods.00Nerodha-samapatti,Nirvikalpa-samadhi, Shivadarshana.. . . . . ... . . . . . Pan.z1z1Unity with Brahma, Atmadarshana Wotan Zeus, Iacchus22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Odin Athena, Uranus [[Hermes]]33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FriggaCybele, Demeter, Rhea, Heré,[[Psyché, Kronos]]44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wotan Poseidon [[Zeus]]55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thor Ares, Hades66 Vishvarupa-darshana . . . . . .Iacchus, Apollo, Adonis[[Dionysus, Bacchus]]77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freya Aphrodité, Niké88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Odin, Loki Hermes99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Zeus (as D), Diana of Epheus (asphallic stone [[and =]]) [[Eros]]1010Vision of the “Higher Self,”the various Dhyanas orJhanas. . . . . . Persephone, [Adonis], Psyché11 Vaya-Bhawana Valkyries Zeus12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hermes13 Vision of Chandra . . . . . . Artemis, Hekaté14 Success in Bhaktioga Freya Aphrodité15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athena16Success in Hathayoga, Asanaand Prana-yama . . . . . . [Heré]17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Castor and Pollux, Apollo theDiviner [[Eros]]18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apollo the Charioteer19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Demeter [borne by lions]20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Attis]21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zeus22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Themis, Minos, Aeacus andRhadamanthus23 Apo-Bhawana . . . . . . Poseidon24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ares [[Apollo the Pythean, Thanatos]]25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Apollo, Artemis (hunters)26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pan, Priapus [Erect Hermes andBacchus]27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuisco Ares, [[Athena]]28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Athena] Ganymede29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poseidon [[Hermes Psychopompos]]30 Vision of Surya . . . . . . Helios, Apollo31 Agni-Bhawana . . . . . . Hades32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [Athena]32 bis Prithiva-Bhawana . . . . . . [Demeter] [[Gaia]]31 bis Vision of the Higher Self,Prana-yama.WehaveinsufficientknowledgeoftheattributionsofAssyrian,Syrian,Mongolian,Tibetan,Mexican,Zend,SouthSea,WestAfrican&c.. . . . . . Iacchus
    • TABLE I (continued)10XXXV.Some Roman Gods.XXXVI.Selection of Christian Gods (10);Apostles (12); Evangelists (4)and Churches of Asia (7).XXXVII.HinduLegendaryDemons.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Jupiter God the 3 in 122 Janus [[Mercury]] God the Father, God who guides Parliament33 Juno, Cybele, Hecate, &c. The Virgin Mary44 Jupiter [[Libitina]] God the Rain-make (vide Prayer-book), God theFarmer’s Friend55 Mars Christ coming to Judge the World66 Apollo [[Bacchus, Aurora]] God the Son (and Maker of fine Weather)77 Venus Messiah, Lord of Hosts (vide Prayer-book, R.Kipling, &c.)88 Mercury God the Holy Ghost (as Comforter and Inspirerof Scripture), God the Healer of Plagues99 Diana (as =) [[Terminus,Jupiter]] God the Holy Ghost (as Incubus)1010 Ceres Ecclesia Xsti, the Virgin Mary11 Jupiter [[Juno, Æolus]] Matthew12 Mercury Sardis13 Diana Laodicea14 Venus Thyatira15 Mars, Minerva [The Disciples are too indefinite]16 Venus [[Hymen]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Castor and Pollux, [Janus][[Hymen]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Mercury [[Lares and Penates]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Venus (repressing the Fire ofVulcan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 [Attis], Ceres, Adonis [[Vesta,Flora]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Jupiter, [Pluto] Philadelphia22 Vulcan [[Venus, Nemesis]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Neptune [[Rhea]] John, Jesus as Hanged Man24 Mars [[Mors]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Diana (as Archer) [[Iris]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Pan, Vesta, Bacchus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Mars Pergamos28 Juno [[Æolus]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Neptune . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Apollo [[Ops]] Smyrna31 Vulcan, Pluto Mark32 Saturn [[Terminus, Astræa]] Ephesus32 bis Ceres Luke31 bis [Liber] [[Bacchus]] The Holy Ghost[Insufficientinformation.]
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES11XXXVIII.*Animals, Real and Imaginary.XXXIX.*Plants, Real and Imaginary.00 [[Dragon]] [[Lotus, Rose]]11 God [[Swan, Hawk]] Almond in Flower [[Banyan]]22 Man Amaranth [[Mistletoe, Bo or Pipal Tree]]33 Woman [[Bee]] Cypress, Opium Poppy [[Lotus, Lily, Ivy]]44 Unicorn Olive, Shamrock [[Opium Poppy]]55 Basilisk Oak, Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Hickory]]66 Phœnix, Lion, Child [[Spider, Pelican]]Acacia, Bay, Laurel, Vine [[Oak, Gorse, Ash,Aswata]]77 Iynx [[Raven, all carrion birds]] Rose [[Laurel]]88Hermaphrodite, Jackal [[Twin serpents,Monoceros de Astris]]Moly, Anhalonium Lewinii99 Elephant [[Tortoise, Toad]][Banyan], Mandrake, Damiana [[Ginseng,Yohimba]]1010 Sphinx Willow, Lily, Ivy [[Pomegranete, all cereals]]11 Eagle, Man (Cherub of D) [[Ox]] Aspen12Swallow, Ibis, Ape [[Twin Serpents, fish,hybrids]]Vervain, Herb Mercury, Major-lane, Palm [[Lime orLinden]]13 Dog [[Stork, Camel]]Almond, Mugwort, Hazel (as =), Moonwort,Ranunculus [[Alder, Pomegranete]]14 Sparrow, Dove [[Sow]] Myrtle, Rose, Clover [[Fig, Peach, Apple]]15 Ram, Owl Tiger Lily, Geranium [[Olive]]16 Bull (Cherub of E) Mallow [[all giant trees]]17 Magpie, hybrids [[Parrot, Zebra, Penguin]] Hybrids, Orchids18Crab, Turtle, Sphinx [[Whale, all beasts ofTransport]]Lotus19 Lion (Cherub of B) [[Cat, Tiger, Serpent]] Sunflower20Virgin, Anchorite, any solitary person oranimal [[Rhinoceros]]Snowdrop, Lily, Narcissus [[Mistletoe]]21 Eagle [[Praying Mantis]] Hyssop, Oak, Poplar, Fig [[Arnica, Cedar]]22 Elephant [[Spider]] Aloe23 Eagle-Snake-Scorpion (Cherub of C) Lotus, all Water Plants24Scorpio, Beetle, Crayfish or Lobster, Wolf[[all Reptiles, Shark, Crablouse]]Cactus [[Nettle, all poisonous plants]]25 Centaur, Horse, Hippogriff, Dog Rush26 Goat, Ass [[Oyster]] Indian Hemp, Orchis Root, Thistle [[Yohimba]]27 Horse, Bear, Wolf [[Boar]] Absinthe, Rue28 Man or Eagle (Cherub of D), Peacock [Olive], Cocoanut29 Fish, Dolphin [[Beetle, Dog, Jackal]] Unicellular Organisms, Opium [[Mangrove]]30 Lion, Sparrowhawk [[Leopard]] Sunflower, Laural, Heliotrop [[Nut, Galangal]]31 Lion (Cherub of B) Red Poppy, Hibiscus, Nettle32 Crocodile Ash, Cypress, Hellebore, Yew, Nightshade [[Elm]]32 bis Bull (Cherub of E) Oak, Ivy [[Cereals]]31 bis Sphinx (if sworded and crowned) Almond in Flower
    • TABLE I (continued)12XL.*Precious Stones.XLI.Magical Weapons.CLXXXVII.Magical Formulæ(see Col. XLI)00 [[Star Sapphire, Black Diamond]] [[No attribution possible]]LASTAL.M . . . . M11 DiamondSwastika or Fylfot Cross, Crown [[TheLamp]]. . . . . . . . . .22 Star Ruby, TurquoiseLingam, the Inner Robe of Glory [[TheWord]]VIAOV33 Star Sapphire, PearlYoni, the Outer Robe of Concealment[[The Cup, the Shining Star]]BABALON.VITRIOL44 Amethyst, Sapphire [[Lapis Lazuli]] The Wand, Sceptre, or Crook IHVH55 Ruby The Sword, Spear, Scourge, or Chain AGLA. ALHIM66 Topaz, Yellow Diamond The Lamen or Rosy CrossABRAHADABRA.IAO: INRI77 Emerald The Lamp and Girdle ARARITA88 Opal, especially Fire Opal The Names and Versicles and Apron . . . . . . . . . .99 QuartzThe Perfumes and Sandals [[The Altarand Sacrifice]]ALIM1010 Rock Crystal The Magical Circle and Triangle VITRIOL11 Topaz The Dagger or Fan . . . . . . . . . .12 Opal, Agate The Wand or Caduceus . . . . . . . . . .13 Moonstone, Pearl, Crystal Bow and Arrow ALIM14 Emerald, Turquoise The Girdle AGAPH15 Ruby The Horns, Energy, the Burin . . . . . . . . . .16 TopazThe Labour of Preparation [[TheThrone and Altar]]. . . . . . . . . .17 Alexandrite, Tourmaline, Iceland Spar The Tripod . . . . . . . . . .18 Amber The Furnace [[The Cup or Holy Graal]] ABRAHADABRA19 Cat’s EyeThe Discipline (Preliminary) [[PhœnixWand]]TO MEGA QHRION20 PeridotThe Lamp and Wand (Virile Forcereserved), the Bread [[Lotus Wand]]. . . . . . . . . .21 Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli The Sceptre . . . . . . . . . .22 Emerald The Cross of Equilibrium . . . . . . . . . .23 Beryl or AquamarineThe Cup and Cross of Suffering, theWine [[Water of Lustration]]. . . . . . . . . .24 Snakestone The Pain of the Obligation [[The Oath]] AUMGN25 JacinthThe Arrow (swift and straight appli-cation of force)ON26 Black Diamond The Secret Force, Lamp ON27 Ruby, any red stone The Sword . . . . . . . . . .28 Artificial Glass [[Chalcedony]] The Censer or Aspergillus . . . . . . . . . .29 PearlThe Twilight of the Place and MagicMirror. . . . . . . . . .30 Crysolith The Lamen or Bow and Arrow IAO : INRI31 Fire OpalThe Wand or Lamp, Pyramid of B[[The Thurible]]. . . . . . . . . .32 Onyx A Sickle . . . . . . . . . .32 bis Salt The Pantacle or [[Bread and]] Salt . . . . . . . . . .31 bis Black Diamond [[The Winged Egg]] . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES13XLII.*Perfumes.XLIII.*Vegetable Drugs.XLIV.*Mineral Drugs.00 [[No attribution possible]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carbon11 Ambergris Elixir Vitæ Aur. Pot.22 Musk Hashish [[Cocaine]] Phosphorus33 Myrrh, Civet Belladonna, Soma Silver44 Cedar Opium . . . . . . . .55 Tobacco Nux Vomica, Nettle [[Cocaine, Atropine]] Iron, Sulphur66 Olibanum Stramonium, Alcohol, Digitalis, Coffee . . . . . . . .77 Benzoin, Rose, Red Sandal Damiana, Cannabis Indica [[Anhalonium]] Arsenic88 Storax Anhalonium Lewinii [[Cannabis Indica]] Mercury99 Jasmine, Jinseng, all OdoriferousRootsOrchid Root Lead1010 Dittany of Crete Corn Mag. Sulph.11 Galbanum Peppermint . . . . . . . .12Mastic, White Sandal, [[Nutmeg]],Mace, Storax, all Fugitive Odours. All cerebral excitants Mercury13Menstrual Blood, Camphor, Aloes, allSweet Virginal Odours Jupiter, Pennyroyal, & all emmenogogues . . . . . . . .14 Sandalwood, Myrtle, all Soft Volup-tuous Odours All aphrodisiacs . . . . . . . .15 Dragon’s Blood All cerebral excitants . . . . . . . .16 Storax Sugar . . . . . . . .17 Wormwood Ergot and ecbolics . . . . . . . .18 Onycha Watercress . . . . . . . .19 Olibanum All carminatives and tonics . . . . . . . .20 Narcissus All anaphrodisiacs . . . . . . . .21 Saffron, all Generous Odours Cocaine . . . . . . . .22 Galbanum Tobacco . . . . . . . .23 Onycha, Myrrh Caseara, all purges Sulphates24 Siamese Benzoin, Opoponax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Lign-aloes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Musk, Civet (also ian Perfumes) Orchis [Satyrion] . . . . . . . .27 Pepper, Dragon’s Blood, all HotPungent Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Galbanum All diuretics . . . . . . . .29 Ambergris [[Menstrual Fluid]] All narcotics . . . . . . . .30 Olibanum, Cinnamon, all GloriousOdours Alcohol . . . . . . . .31 Olibanum, all Fiery Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nitrates32 Assafœtida, Scammony, Indigo, Sul-phur (all Evil Odours) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lead32 bis Storax, all Dull and Heavy Odours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bismuth31 bis [[No attribution possible]] Stramonium Carbon
    • TABLE I (continued)14XLV.Magical Powers [Western Mysticism].XLVI.System of Taoism.00 The Supreme Attainment [[Vision of No Difference]] The Tao or Great Extreme of the Yi King.11 Union with God Shang Ti (also the Tao)22 The Vision of God face to face, Vision of Antinomies The Yang and Khien33 The Vision of Sorrow [[Vision of Wonder]] Kwan-se-on, The Yin and Khwan.44 The Vision of Love . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 The Vision of Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66The Vision of the Harmony of Things (also theMysteries of the Crucifixion), [[Beatific Vision]]Li77 The Vision of Beauty Triumphant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 The Vision of Splendour [Ezekiel] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 The Vision of the Machinery of the Universe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1010 The Vision of the Holy Guardian Angel or of Adonai. Khan11 Divination Sun12Miracles of Healing, Gift of Tongues, Knowledge ofSciencesSun13The White Tincture, Clairvoyance, Divination byDreamsKan and Khwan14 Love-philtres Tui15 Power of Consecrating Things . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 The Secret of Physical Strength . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17Power of being in two or more places at one time, and ofProphecy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Power of Casting Enchantments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Power of Training Wild Beasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Invisibility, Parthenogenesis, Initiation (?) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Power of Acquiring Political and other Ascendency . Li22 Works of Justice and Equilibrium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 The Great Work, Talismans, Crystal-gazing, & c. Tui24 Necromancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Transmutations [[Vision of Universal Peacock]] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 The Witches’ Sabbath so-called, the Evil Eye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Works of Wrath and Vengeance Kbn28 Astrology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Bewitchments, Casting Illusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 The Red Tincture, Power of Acquiring Wealth Li and Khien31 Evocation, Pyromancy Kbn32 Works of Malediction and Death Khbn32 bisAlchemy, Geomancy, Making of Pantacles, [[Travels onthe Astral Plane]]Kbn31 bis Invisibility, Transformations, Vision of the Genius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES15XLVII.Kings and Princes ofthe Jinn.XLVIII.Figures related to Pure Number.XLIX.*Lineal Figures of the Planets, &c.,and Geomany.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Circle11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Point22 . . . . . . . . . . The Cross The Line, also the Cross33 . . . . . . . . . . The TriangleThe Plane, also the Diamond, Oval,Circle, and other Yoni Symbols44 Tetrahedron or Pyramid, Cross The Solid Figure55 The Rose The Tesseract66 Calvary Cross, Truncated Pyramid,Cube.77 A Rose (7 x 7), Candlestick88 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1010 Altar (Double Cube), Calvary CrossSephirothic Geomantic Figuresfollow the Planets. Caput* andCauda Draconis* are the Nodes ofthe Moon, nearly = Neptune andHerschel respectively. Theybelong to Malkuth.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Dy Triplicity12 Calvary Cross Octagram13 Greek Cross (Plane), Table of Shew-breadEnneagram14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heptagram15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Puer *16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amissio *17 Swastika Albus *18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Populus and Via *19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fortuna Major and Fortuna Minor *20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conjunctio *21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square and Rhombus22 Greek Cross Solid, the Rose (3 + 7 + 12) Puella23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Cy Triplicity24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rubeus *25 The Rose (5 x 5) Acquisitio *26 Calvary Cross of 10, Solid Carcer *27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pentagram28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tristitia *29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laetitia *30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hexagram31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of By Triplicity32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Triangle32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Those of Ey Triplicity31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE I (continued)16L.*Transcendental Morality.[10 Virtues (1-10), 7 Sins (Planets), 4Magick Powers (Elements).]LI.The CopticAlphabet.Numeration ofCol. LI.English equivalentof Col. LI.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11Pyrrho-Zoroastrianusm (Accomplishmentof Great Work) $ # 6 St22 Devotion { [ . . . . . . . . Sz33 Silence } ] . . . . . . . . Tt44 Obedience ? / 8 Æ55 Energy V v 500 Ph66 Devotion to Great Work W w 800 õõ (long O)77 Unselfishness E e 5 E88 Truthfulness F f 90 f, v99 Independence J j . . . . . . . . J1010 Scepticism C c 200 S11 Noscere A a 1 A12 Falsehood, Dishonesty [Envy] B b 2 B13 Contentment [Idleness] G g 3 G14 Unchastity [Lust] D d 4 D15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H h . . . . . . . . H16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U u 400 U17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Z z 7 Z18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q q 600 Ch19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Y y 9 Th20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I i 10 I, y, ee21 Bigotry, Hypocrisy [Gluttony] K k 20 K22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L l 30 L23 Audere M m 40 M24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N n 50 N25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X x 60 X26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O o 70 O27 Cruelty [Wrath] P p 80 P28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & ^ 700 Ps29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . < % 90 Q30 [Pride] R r 100 R31 Velle S s 900 Sh32 Envy [Avarice] T t 300 T32 bis Tacere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES17LII.The ArabicAlphabet.CLXXXIV.Numeration ofArabic AlphabetLIII.The GreekAlphabet.CLXXXV.Numerationof GreekAlphabetCLXXXVI.Diseases (Typical).00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Death22 . . . . . . . . . [s] 200 Insanity33Three LostFathers.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dementia (Amnesia)44 T 500 [e] . . . . . . Dropsy55 d 600 [f] 500 Fever66 g 700 w 800 Heart Lesions77 ~ 800 [e] . . . . . . Skin Troubles88 „ 900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nerve Troubles99 • 1000 c 600 Impotence1010 • . . . . . . . . . " 900 Sterility11 A 1 a 1 Fluxes12 L 2 bb 2 Ataxia13 X 3 g 3 Menstrual Disorders14 e 4 d 4 Syphilis, Gonorrhoea15 ª 5 e 5 Apoplex16 ¬ 6 # 6 Indigestion17 g 7 z 7 Phthysis, Pneumonia18 ` 8 h 8 Rheumatism19 € 9 q 9 Syncope, etc. Heart20 ± 10 i 10 Spinal weakness, Paralysis21 › 20 k 20 Gout22 Ÿ 30 l 30 Kidney disorders23 £ 40 m 40 Chill24 § 50 n 50 Cancer25 p 60 x [s] 60 Apoplexy, Thrombosis26 ‹ 70 o 70 Arthritis27 “ 80 p 80 Inflammation28 x 90 y 700 Cystitis29 — 100 % 90 Gout30 e 200 r 100 Repletion31 t 300 " 900 Fever32 P 400 t 300 Arterio Sclerosis32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . u 400 Sluggishness31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Death (full Insanity)
    • TABLE II18LIV.TheLetters ofthe Name.LV.The Elementsand Senses.LVI.The Four Rivers.LVII.*The Four Quarters.LVIII.Supereme ElementalKings.11 w D Air, Smell lqdh Hiddekel (E) jrzm Mezrach Tahoeloj23 h C Water, Taste }whg Gihon (W) brum Maareb Thahebyobeaatan31 y B Fire, Sight }wcyp Pison (S) wrd Darom Ohooohatan32 bis # E Earth, Touch trp Phrath (N) }wpx Tzaphon Thahaaothahe31 bis c A Spirit, Hearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LIX.Archangels of theQuarters.LX.The Rulers of theElementsLXI.Angels of the elements.LXII.Kings of the ElementalSpirits.11 lapr Raphael layra Ariel }sj Chassan Paralda23 layrbg Gabriel sycrt Tharsis dhylt Taliahad Niksa31 lakym Michael [rc Seraph lara Aral Djin32 bis layrwa Auriel bwrk Kerub ]alrwp Phorlakh Ghob31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LXIII.The Four Worlds.LXIV.Secret Names ofthe Four Words.LXV.Secret Num-bers corre-sponding.LXVI.Spelling of Tetragrammatonin the Four Worlds.11 hryxy Yetrizah, Formative World hm Mah 45 ah waw ah dwy23 hayrb Briah, Creative World gs Seg 63 ah waw ah dwy31 twlyxa Atziluth, Archetypal World bu Aub 72 yh wyw yh dwy32 bis hycu Assiah, Material World }b Ben 52 hh ww hh dwy31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LXVII.The Parts of the Soul.LXVIII.The DemonKings.LXIX.*The AlchemicalElements.LXX.Attribution of Pentagram.11 jwr Ruach Oriens H Left Upper Point23 jmcn Neshamah Ariton G Right Upper Point31 hyj Chiah Paimon F Right Lower Point32 bis cpn Nephesh Amaimon G Left Lower Point31 bis hdyjy Yechidah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Topmost Point
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES19LXXI.The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres oftheir Celestial Dominion—Wands.LXXII.The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres oftheir Celestial Dominion—Cups.11The Prince of the Chariot of Fire. Rules 20° dto 20° f, including most of Leo Minor.The Prince of the Chariot of the Waters. 20°g to 20° h23The Queen of the Thrones of Flame. 20° l to20° a, including part of Andromeda.The Queen of the Thrones of the Waters. 20°c to 20° d31The Lord of the Flame and the Lightning. TheKing of the Spirits of Fire. Rules 20° h to20° i, including part of Hercules.The Lord of the Waves and the Waters. TheKing of the Hosts of the Sea. 20° k to 20°l, including most of Pegasus.32 bisThe Princess of the Shining Flame. The Roseof the Palace of Fire. Rules one Quadrant ofHeavens round N. Pole.The Princess of the Waters. The Rose of thePalace of the Floods. Rules anotherQuadrant31 bis The Root of the Powers of Fire (Ace) The Root of the Powers of Water.LXXIII.The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres oftheir Celestial Dominion—Swords.LXXIV.The Court Cards of the Tarot, with the Spheres oftheir Celestial Dominion—Pantacles.11The Prince of the Chariot of Air. 20° j to 20°kThe Prince of the Chariot of Earth. 20° a to20° b23The Queen of the Thrones of Air. 20° f to 20°gThe Queen of the Thrones of the Earth. 20° ito 20° j31The Lord of the Winds and the Breezes. TheKing of the Spirits of Air. 20° b to 20° cThe Lord of the Wide and Fertile Land. TheKing of the Spirits of Earth. 20° e to 20° f32 bisThe Princess of the Rushing Winds. The Lotusof the Palace of Air. Rules a 3rd Quadrant.The Princess of the Echoing Hills. The Lotusof the Palace of the Earth. Rules a 4thQuadrant of the Heavens about Kether.31 bis The Root of the Powers of Air The Root of the Powers of Water.LXXV.The Five Elements (Tatwas).LXXVI.The FiveSkandhas.CLXXXVIII.The Body.CLXXXIX. CXC.Bodily Functions.11 Vayu—the Blue Circle Sankhara Breath Speaking Though23 Apas—the Silver Crescent Vedana Chyle, Lymph Holding Nutrition31 Agni or Tejas—the Red Triangle Sañña Blood Moving Moving32 bis Prithivi—the Yellow Square Rupa Solid structures, tissues Excreting Matter31 bis Akasa—the Black Egg Viñnanam Semen, Marrow Generating MagickCXCI.The Four Noble Truths (Buddhism)11 Sorrow’s Cause23 Sorrow’s Ceasing31 Noble Eight-fold Path32 bis Sorrow31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE III20LXXVII.The Planetsand theirNumbers.LXXVIII.Intelligences of the Planets.CXCIV(transliteration)12 # 8 (260) layryt Tiriel13 = 9 (3321) yqhc hwrb duw ycycrtb aklmMalkah Be Tarshishim va A’ad Be RuahShehaqim.14 $ 7 (49) laygh Hagiel21 & 4 (136) lypwy Yophiel27 % 5 (325) layparg Graphiel30 ! 6 (111) laykn Nakhiel32 3 (45) layga AgielLXXIX.Spirits of thePlanets.*CXCIII.(transliteration)LXXX.OlympicPlanetarySpirits.LXXXI.Metals.LXXXII.The Noble Eightfold Path.12 (2080) trtrtpt Taphthartharath Ophiel Mercury Samma Vaca13 (369) yadwmcj Chasmodai Phul Silver Samma Sankappo14 (175) lamdq Qedemel Hagith Copper Samma Kammanto21 (136) lamsh Hismael Bethor Tin Samma Ajivo27 (325) labxrb Bartzabel Phaleg Iron Samma Vayamo30 (666) trws Sorath Och Gold Samma Samadhi32 (45) lazz Zazel Arathron Lead Samma Sati and SamaditthiCXCII.English of Col. LXXXIILXXXIII.The Attribution of theHexagram.12 Right Speech Left Lower Point13 Right Aspiration Bottom Point14 Right Conduct Right Lower Point21 Right Discipline Right Upper Point27 Right Energy Left Lower Point30 Right Rapture Centre Point32 Right Recollection (in both senses of the word). Right View-Point. Top Point
    • TABLE III21LXXXIV.DivineNames ofBriah.LXXXV.Angels of Briah.LXXXVI.Choirs of Angels inBriah.LXXXVII.Palaces of Briah.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 lawhy Yehuel yprc Seraphim22 lapr Raphael ynpwa Auphanim33lalaybwrk Kerubiel ybwrk Kerubimycdq cwdq lkyhHekel QadoshQadeshim44 (sic) xpxm layqdx Tzadqiel ynnyc Shinanim hbha lkyh H. Ahbah55 dwhy cycrt Tharshish ycicrt Tharshishim twkz lkyh H. Zakoth66 hwhy * }wrttm Metatron ylmcj Chashmalim }wxr lkyh H. Ratzon77 yhla laysw Usiel yklm Malakim ymc xu lkyh H. Etzem Shamaim88 {pxm laynsh Hisniel yhla ynb Beni Elohim hnwg lkyh H. Gonah99 * lawhy Yehuel ycy Ishim1010 }ynda-la{ lakim Michael ylara Aralim } rypsh tnbl .hH. Lebanath ha-SaphirLXXXVIII.Translation of Col. LXXXVII.LXXXIX.*The Revolutionsof hyha in BriahXC.The 42-fold Namewhich revolves in thePalaces of Yetzirah.XCI.The Saints or Adeptsof the Hebrews00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 hyha ba Messias filius David22 yhha yg Mosheh33Palace of the Holy of Holieshhya xf Enoch44 P. of Love ayhh }fcurq Abraham55 P. of Merit yahh ckydgk Jacob66 P. of Benevolence yhah gtxrmb Elijah77 P. of the Substance of Heaven hyah unmmqh Mosheh88 P. of Serenity hayh qzplgy Aaron99 hhay yqc Joseph (Justus)1010} Palace of CrystallineWhiteness { ahhyhahyydc latyu David, ElishaXCII.The Angelic Functions in the World ofYetzirah.XCIII.The Heavens of Assiah.XCIV.English of Palaces (Col.XCIII).00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112233Above it stood the seraphim: six wings twbru Araboth Plain44 Six wings }wkm Makhon Emplacement55 One : with two }wum Maon Residence66 he covered his faces: and with two he covered lwbz Zebul Dwelling77 his feet and yqjc Shechaqim Clouds88 with two he was flying. uyqr Raquia Firmament991010 {And one cried to the other and said: Holy,holy, holy, Lord of Hosts, the wholeearth is full of his glory.ymc }wlyw lbt Tebel VilonShamaimVeil of the vault ofheaven
    • TABLE IV22XCV.Contents of Col. XCIV.XCVI.*The Revol-utions of hwhyin Yetzirah.XCVII.Parts of the Soul.XCVIII.English of Col.XCVII..00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 hwhy hdyjy Yechidah The Self22 whhy hyj Chiah The Life Force33Blessings, all good thingshhwy hmcn Neshamah The Intuition44 Snow, rain, spirit of life, blessings hywh55 Angels singing in Divine Presence ywhh66 Altar, Mikhael offering souls of just wyhh77 Millstones where manna for just is ground for future whyh88 Sol, Luna, planets, stars, and 10 spheres yhwh99 hyhwjwr Ruach The Intellect1010Has no use. Follow 390 heavens, 18,000worlds, Earth, Eden and Hell.hhywyhhwhwhy lacpn NepheshThe Animal Soul,which perceivesand feeds.XCIX.*Archangels of Assiah.C.*Angels of Assiah.CI.English of Col. C.CII.*The Revolutions ofAdonai in Assiah.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 }wrffm Metatron cdqh twyj Chaioth ha-Qadosh Holy living creatures ynda22 layxr Ratziel ynpwa Auphanim Wheels nyda33 layqpx Tzaphkiel ylara Aralim Active ones, thrones dyna44 layqdx Tzadkiel ylmcj Chashmalim Brilliant ones dnya55 lamk Kamael yprc Seraphim Fiery serpents ndya66 lapr Raphael yklm Malakim Kings aynd77 laynah Haniel yhla Elohim Gods yand88 lakim Mikael yhla ynb Beni Elohim Sons of God anid99 layrbg Gabriel ybrk Kerubim Angels of elements nayd1010 }wpldns(}wrffm)Sandalphon(Metatron)yca Ashim Flames ynadnyadynda laCIII.*The Ten Divisions of the Body of God.CIV.The Ten Earths inSeven Palaces.CV.English of Col. CIV.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Skull22 Right brain33 Left brain{ra Aretz Earth (dry)44 Right arm hmda Adamah Red earth55 Left arm ayg Gia Undulating ground66 The whole body from the throat to the holy member hycn Neshiah Pasture77 Right left hyx Tziah Sandy earth88 Left leg aqra Arqa Earth99 Sign of the holy covenant1010 Crown which is in Yesod } lbtdljTebhelCheledWet earth
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES23CVI. *The Ten Hells in SevenPalaces.CVII.Translation ofHells.CVIII.*Some Princes ofthe Qliphoth.CIX.*The Kings of Edom.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Satan and Moloch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 * lams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33lwac Sheol Graveynwnz tca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 }wdba Abaddon Perdition Lucifuge bbwy of hrxb Jobab of Bozrah55 tjcrab Bar Shachath Clay of Death wrtca ynmyt mch Husham of Temani66 }wyhfyf Titahion Pit of Destruction Belphegor awyj tywu ddh Hadad of Avith77 twmyruc Shaarimoth Gates of Death yadmca hqrcm hlmnc Samlah of Masrekah88 twmla Tzelmoth Shadow of Death Adramelek laylb tybhr lwac Saul of Reheboth99 tylyl }nh lub Baal-Hannan1010 } nhyg Gehinnom Hell { hmun wup rdh Hadar of PauCIX. (continued)*The Dukes of Edom.CX.Elements and Quarters(Sepher Yetzirah).CXI.Sephirothic Colours (Dr. Jellinek).00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yyj yhla hwr Concealed Light22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Air Sky Blue33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Water and Earth Yellow44 hmbylha Aholibamah Fire White55 hla Elah Height Red66 }kyp Pinon Depth White-red77 znq Kenaz East Whitish-red88 }myt Teman West Reddish-white99 laydgm and rxbm Mibzar and Magdiel South White-red-whitsh-red-reddish-white1010 ryu Eram North The Light reflecting all coloursCXII.Alchemical Tree of Life (i.).CXIII.Alchemical Metals (ii.).CXIV.Passwords of theGrades.CXV.*Officers in a MasonicLodge.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 H Metallic Radix. Silence *22 F (3) ba Past Master33 G % (6) bd44 = = (10) fa Worshipful Master55 ! ! (15) hy Senior Warden66 % % (21) hyha Junion Warden77 &I(28) jk Senior Deacon88 $J(36) hla Junior Deacon99 # # (45) hm Inner Guard1010 Mercurius Philosophorum Medicina Metallorum (55) hn Tyler and Candidate
    • TABLE IV24CXVI.Egyptian Attribution ofParts of the Soul.CXVII.The Soul(Hindu).CXVIII.The Chakkras or Centres of Prana(Hinduism).CXIX.The Ten Fetters(Buddhism).00 Hammemit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Kha, or Yekh Atma Sahasrara (above Head) Aruparga22 Khai, or Ka Buddhi Ajna (Pineal Gland) Vikkikika33 Ba, or Baie Higher Manas Visuddhi (Larynx) Rupraga44 Silabata Paramesa55 Patigha66Lower Manas Anahata (heart)Udakkha77 Kama Manipura (Solar Plexus) Mano88AibPrana Svadistthana (Navel) Sakkya-ditti99 Hati Linga Sharira Muladhara (Lingam and Anus) Kama1010 Kheibt, Khat, Tet, Sahu Sthula Sharira AviggaCXX.Magical Images of the Sephiroth.CXXI.*The Grades of the Order.CXXII.The Ten Plagues ofEgypt.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08=0° . . . . . . . . . .11 Ancient bearded king seen in profile 10°=18 Ipsissimus Death of First-born22 Almost any male image shows someaspect of Chokmah. 9°=28 Magus Locusts33 Almost any female image shows someaspect of Binah 8°=38 Magister Templi 3rdOrder Darkness44 A mighty crowned and enthroned king 7°=48 Adeptus Exemptus Hail and Fire55 A mighty warrior in his chariot, armedand crowned 6°=58 Adeptus Major Boils66 A majestic king, a child, a crucified god 5°=68 Adeptus Minor2ndOrderMurrain77 A beautiful naked woman 4°=78 Philosophus Flies88 An Hermaphrodite 3°=88 Practicus Lice99 A beautiful naked man, very strong 2°=98 Theoricus Frogs1010 A young woman crowned and veiled1°=108 Zelator0°=08 Neophyte }1stOrderWater turned to BloodCXXIII.English of Col. VIII.,Lines 1-10CXXIV.The HeavenlyHexagram.CXXV.*Seven Hellsof the Arabs.CXXVI.Their Inhabitants.CXXVII.*Seven Heavens of theArabs.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Dual contending Forces &22 Hinderers #33 Concealers = [ Daath]Háwiyah Hypocrites Dar al-Jalai44 Breakers in Pieces % Jahim Pagans or Idolaters Dar as-Salam55 Burners $ Sakar Guebres Jannat al-Maawa66 Disputers ! Sa’ir Sabians Jannat al-Khuld77 Dispersing Ravens Hutamah Jews Jannat al-Naim88 Deceivers Laza Christians Jannat al-Firdaus99 Obscene Ones1010The Evil Woman or(simply) The Woman} Jehannum Moslems Jannat al-’adn or al-Karar
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES25CXXVIII.Meaning of Col. CXXVII.CXXIX.Pairs of Angelsruling Wands.CXXX.Pairs of Angelsruling Cups.CXXXI.Pairs of Angelsruling Swords.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 lawhw laynd lauya hywbj lalzy lahbm33House of Glory, made of pearlshycjh hymmu lahar hymby layrh hymqh44 House of Rest or Peace, made of rubies and jacinths laann latyn layyh hymwm hywal laylk55 Garden of Mansions, made of yellow copper yawhw layly hywwl hylhp layna hymuj66 Garden of Eternity, made of yellow coral lafys hymlu lakln layyy lauhr lazyy77 Garden of Delights, made of white diamond hychm lahll lshlm hywhj lahhh lakym88 Garden of Paradise, made of red gold hyhtn hyaah hylww hyhly labmw lahhy99 latry hyhac hylas layru lawnu layjm1010Garden of Eden, or Everlasting Abode,made of red pearls or pure musk layyr lamwa hylcu lahym hybmd laqnmCXXXII.Pairs of Angelsruling Coins.CXXXIII.*Titles and Attributions of the Wand Suit[Clubs]CXXXIV.Titles and Attributions of the Cup orChalice Suit [Hearts]00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . . . The Root of the Powers of Fire The Root of the Powers of Water22 labkl hyrcw % in a The Lord of Dominion $ ind The Lord of Love33 hywjy hyjhl ! a Established Strength [Virtue] # d Abundance44 hyqwh ladnm $ a Perfected Work [Completion] = d Blended Pleasure [Luxury]55 hyhbm laywp e Strife * % h Loss in Pleasure [Disappointment]66 hymmn lalyy & e Victory ! h Pleasure77 lajrh larxm % e Valour $ h Illusionary Success [Debauch]88 hyaka layhk # i Swiftness l Abandoned Success [Indolence]99 layzh hydla = i Great Strength [Strength] & l Material Happiness [Happiness]1010 hywal hyuhh i Oppression % l Perfected Success [Satiety]CXXXV.Titles and Attributions of the Sword Suit[Spades]CXXXVI.Titles and Attributions of the Coin, Disc or PantacleSuit [Diamonds]00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 The Root of the Powers of Air The Root of the Powers of Earth22 = in g The Lord of Peace Restored [Peace] & in j The Lord of Harmonious Change [Change]33 g Sorrow % j Material Works [Works]44 & g Rest from Strife [Truce] ! j Earthly Power [Power]55 $ k Defeat # b Material Trouble [Worry]66 # k Earned Success [Science] = b Material Success [Success]77 = k Unstable Effort [Futility] b Success Unfulfilled [Failure]88 & c Shortened Force [Interference] ! f Prudence99 % c Despair and Cruelty [Cruelty] $ f Material Gain [Gain]1010 ! c Ruin # f Wealth
    • TABLE V26CXXXVII.Signs of theZodiac.CXXXVIII.*Planets rulingCol. CXXXVII.CXXXIX.Planets exalted inCol. CXXXVII.CXL.Twelve Bannersof the NameCXLIThe Twelve Tribes.15 a % ! h w h y dg Gad16 b $ = w h h y yarpa Ephraim17 c # < h h w y hcnm Manesseh18 d = & y h w h rkccy Issachar19 e ! ( h y w h hdwdy Judah20 f # # y w h h yltpn Napthali22 g $ h y h w rca Asshur24 h % * y h h w }d Dan25 i & > h h y w }mynb Benjamin26 j % w h y h }lwbz Zebulon28 k ) h w y h }bwar Reuben29 l & $ w y h h }wumc SimeonCXLII.Angels ruling Houses.CXLIII.Twelve Lesser AssistantAngels in the SignsCXXXIX.Angel Lords of theTriplicity in the Signs byDayCXL.Angel Lords of theTriplicity in the Signs byNight15 laya Ayel layhrc Sharhiel }turfs Sateraton ywafups Sapatavi16 lawf Toel layzra Araziel ladyar Rayel tfwf Totath17 layg Giel layars Sarayel crus Sarash }umrngu Ogameron18 lauk Kael laykp Pakiel rdur Raadar laku Akel19 lawu Oel layfrc Sharatiel hns Sanahem tyhrblz Zalberhith20 layw Veyel laytlc Shelathiel arlsl Laslara ayss Sasia22 lahy Yahel layqdj Chedeqiel }wbgrt Thergebon }wardwja Achodraon24 lwsws Susul layxyas Saitziel }wjtb Bethehon bnqhs Sahaqanab25 lasuyws Suyasel layfyrs Saritiel zwha Ahoz ymrbl Lebarmin26 hyuynck Kashenyaiah layqmc Samqiel yuldns Sandali rywla Aloyar28 lawsna Ansuel layqmkx Tzakmiqiel rwtu Athor }walp Polayan29 laycp Pasiel laybkw Vakabiel armr Ramara lanyrwdtn NathdorinelCXLVI.Angels of the Decantes(Ascendant).CXLVII.Angels of the Decantes(Succedent).CXLVIII.Angels of the Decantes(Cadent).15 rzz Zazer ymhhb Behahemi rdnfs Satonder16 ydmdk Kadamidi yarjnm Minacharai {wngsky Yakasaganotz17 crgs Sagarash yndhc Shehadani }wtyb Bethon18 cwartm Mathravash {dhr Rahadetz ryknyla Alinkir19 rhnswl Losanahar yujz Zachi rbyhs Sahiber20 hrwanna Ananaurah hydyar Rayadyah rpcm Mishpar22 ynsrf Tarasni {nrhs Saharnatz rdjc Shachdar24 {wmk Kamotz rhwdnn Nundohar laydwrtw Uthrodiel25 tarcm Mishrath }yrhw Vehrin ahwba Aboha26 }wnsm Misnim hysysy Yasyasyah laydwrbydgsy Yasgedibarodiel28 mpss Saspam }wrdba Abdaron laydwrg Gerodiel29 ymlhb Bihelami }wrwa Avron [yrfs Satrip
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES27CXLIX.Magical Images of the Decans (Ascendant).CL.Magical Images of the Decans (Succedent).15A tall, dark, restless man, with keen flame-coloured eyes, bearing a sword.A green-clad woman, with one left bare from theankle to the knee.16A woman with long and beautiful hair, clad inflame-coloured robesA man of like figure (to the ascendant), withcloven hoofs like an ox.17 A beautiful woman with her two horsesAn eagle-headed man, with a bow and arrow.Wears crowned steel helmet.18A man with distorted face and hards, a horse’sbody, white feet, and a girdle of leavesA beautiful woman wreathed with myrtle. Sheholds a lyre and sings of love and gladness.19A man in sordid raiment, with him a nobleman onhorseback, accompanied by bears and dogsA man crowned with a white myrtle wreath,holding a bow20A virgin clad in linen, with an apple or pome-granateTall, fair, large man, with him a woman holding alarge black oil jar22A dark man, in his right hand a spear and laurelbranch and in his left a book A man, dark, yet delicious of countenance24A man with a lance in his right hand, in his left ahuman head A man riding a camel, with a scorpion in his hand25 A man with 3 bodies—1 black, 1 red, 1 whiteA man leading cows, and before him an ape andbear26A man holding in his right hand a javelin and in hisleft a lapwing.A man with an ape running before him28 A man with bowed head and a bag in his hand.A man arrayed like a king, looking with pride andconceit on all around him.29 A man with two bodies, but joining their hand. A grave man pointing to the sky.CLI.Magical Images of the Decans (Cadent).CLII.Perfumes(Ascendant).CLIII.Perfumes(Succedent).CLIV.Perfumes(Cadent).15A restless man in scarlet robes, with golden bracelets onhis hands and armsMyrtle Stammonia Black Pepper16A swarthy man with white lashes, his body elephantinewith long legs; with him, a horse, a stag, and a calfCostum Codamorns Cassia17 A man in mail, armoured with bow, arrows, and quiver Mastick Cinnamon Cypress18A swift-footed person, with a viper in his hand, leadingdogsCamphor Succum Anise19 A swarthy hairy man, with a drawn sword and shield Olibanum Lyn Balsami Muces Muscator20 An old man leaning on a staff and wrapped in a mantle Santal Flav Srorus Mastick22 A man riding on an ass, preceded by a wolf Galbanum Bofor [?] Mortum24 A horse and a wolf Opoponax As for Asc. As for Asc.25 A man leading another by his hair and slaying him Lign-aloes Foi Lori Gaxisphilium26 A man holding a book which he opens and shuts Assafœtida Colophonum Cubel Pepper28A small-headed man dressed like a woman, and withhim an old manEuphorbium Stammonia Rhubarb29A man of grave and thoughtful face, with a bird in hishand, before him a woman and an assThyme Coxium Santal Alb
    • TABLE V (continued)28CLV.Goetic Demons of Decans by Day(Ascendant).CLVI.Magical Images of Col. CLV.15 1 ! lab Bael Cat, toad, man, or all at once.16 4 = }ygymg Gamigina Little horse or ass.17 7 = }wma Amon(1) Wolf with serpent’s tail. (2) Man with dog’s teeth andraven’s head.18 10 # rawb Buer Probably a centaur or archer.19 13 ! talb BelethRider on pale horse, with many musicians. [Flaming andpoisonous breath]20 16 $ rpaz Zepar A soldier in red apparel and armour.22 19 $ cwlac Sallos Solider with ducal crown riding a crocodile.24 22 % cwpy Ipos Angel with lion’s head, goose’s feet, horse’s tail.25 25 % and # lwblsalg Glasya-Labolas A dog with a gryphon’s wings.26 28 $ tyrb Berith Gold-crowned soldier in red on a red horse. Bad breath.28 31 # carwp Foras A strong man in human shape.29 34 % rwprwp Furfur (1) Hart with fiery tail. (2) Angel.CLVII.Goetic Demons of Decans byDay (Succedent).CLVIII.Magical Images of Col. CLVII.15 2 $ raga Agares Old man, riding a crocodile and carrying a goshawk.16 5 # bram Marbas Great Lion.17 8 $ cwfbrb Barbatos Accompanied by 4 noble kings and great troops.18 11 $ }wyswg Gusion “Like a Xenopilus”19 14 = ]yarl Leraikha An archer in green20 17 % and # cyfwb Botis Viper (or) Human, with teeth and 2 horns, and with a sword.22 20 ! }wcrwp Purson Lion-faced man riding a bear, carrying a viper. Trumpeter with him.24 23 $ ya AimMan with 3 heads—a serpent’s, a man’s (having two stars on hisbrow), and a calf’s. Rides on viper and bears firebrand).25 26 $ yb Bimé Dragon with 3 heads—a dog’s, man’s, and gryphon’s.26 29 $ twrtca AsterothHurtful angel or infernal dragon, like Berot, with a viper [breathbad].28 32 ! yadmsa Asmoday3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, goose’s feet. Rides, withlance and banner, on a dragon.29 35 = cwjrm Marchosias Wolf with a gryphon’s wings and serpent’s tail. Breathes flames.CLIX.Goetic Demons of Decans by Day(Cadent).CLX.Magical Images of Col. CLIX.15 3 & wgacw Vassago Like Agares.16 6 $ rplaw Valefor Lion with ass’s head, bellowing17 9 ! }wmyap Paimon Crowned king on dromedary, accompanied by many musicians.18 12 & yrfyc Sitri Leapard’s head and gryphon’s wings.19 15 $ cwgyla Eligos A knight with a lance and banner, with a serpent.20 18 $ }ytab Bathin A strong man with a serpent’s tail, on a pale horse.22 21 % and # {aram Marax Human-faced bull.24 24 = rbn Naberius A black crane with a sore throat—he flutters.25 27 % and = wwnyr Ronove A monster [probably a dolphin].26 30 = canrwp Forneus Sea monster.28 33 # [ug Gaap Like a guide. To be kings.29 36 & cwlwfcy Stolas Raven.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES29CLXI.Goetic Demons &c. by Night(Ascendant).CLXII.Magical Images of Col. CLXI.15 37 = {nap Phenex Child-voices phœnix.16 40 % war Raum Crow.17 43 = ]wnbc Sabnock Soldier with lion’s head rides pale horse.18 46 % wrpyb Bifrons Monster.19 49 $ lkwrk Crocell Angel.20 52 $ ]wla Alloces Soldier with red leonine face and flaming eyes; rides great horse.22 55 & bwarwa Orobas Horse.24 58 # }wa Amy Flaming fire.25 61 ! and # }gaz Zagan Bull with gryphon’s wings.26 64 $ rwah Haures Leopard.28 67 $ ]wdma Amdusias (1) Unicorn. (2) Dilatory bandmaster.29 70 & rac Seere Beautiful man on winged horse.CLXIII.Goetic Demons &c. by Night(Succedent).CLXIV.Magical Images of Col. CLXIII.15 38 % [lah Halphas Stock-dove with sore throat.16 41 $ rwlkwp Focalor Man with gryphon’s wings.17 44 = {c Shax Stcck-dove with sore throat.18 47 $ lawa Uvall Dromedary.19 50 $ ]wp FurcasCruel ancient, with long white hair and beard, rides a pale horse,with sharp weapons.20 53 # }yak Camio(1) Thrush. (2) Man with sharp sword seemeth to answer inburning ashes or coals of fire.22 56 $ rwmg GamoriBeautiful woman, with duchess’ crown tied to her waist, ridinggreat camel.24 59 = {ayrw OriaxLion on horse, with serpent’s tail, carries in right hand twohissing serpents.25 62 # law Volac Child with angel’s wings rides a two-headed dragon26 65 = [lardna Andrealphas Noisy peacock.28 68 ! laylb Belial Two beautiful angels sitting in chariot of fire.29 71 $ lafnd DantalionMan with many countenances, all men’s and women’s, carries abook in right hand.CLXV.Goetic Demons &c. by Night(Cadent).CLXVI.Magical Images of Col. CLXV.15 39 # [lam Malphas Crow with sore throat.16 42 $ rapw Vepar Mermaid.17 45 $ and ! anyw Viné Lion on black horse carrying viper.18 48 # tnguh Haagenti Bull with gryphon’s wings.19 51 ! lub Balam3 heads (bull, man, ram), snake’s tail, flaming eyes. Rides bear,carries goshawk.20 54 $ and % rwm Murmur Warrior with ducal crown rides gryphon. Trumpeters.22 57 # wcw Oso Leopard.24 60 $ lwpn Napula Lion with gryphon’s wings.25 63 = rdna Andras Angel with raven’s head. Rides black wolf, carries sharp sword.26 66 = rwamyk Kimaris Warrior on black horse.28 69 = barwakd Decarabia A star in a pentacle.29 72 % lamwrdna Andromalius Man holding great serpent.
    • TABLE V (continued)30CLXVII.Egyptian Godsof Zodiac(Asc. Decans).CLXVIII.EgyptianNames of Asc.DecansCLXIX.As Col. CLXVII(Succedent)CLXX.As Col. CXVIII(Succendent).CLXXI.As Col. CXLVII(Cadent)CLXXII.As Col. CXLVIII(Cadent)15 Aroueris Assicean Anubis Lencher Horus Asentacer16 Serapis Asicath Helitomenos Virvaso Apophis Aharph17 Taautus Thesogar Cyclops Verasua Titan Tepistosoa18 Apoltun Sothis Hecate Syth Mercophta Thuismis19 Typhon Aphruimis Perseus Sitlacer Nephthe Phuonidie20 Isis Thumis Pi-Osiris Thoptius Panotragus Aphut22 Zeuda Serucuth Omphta Aterechinis Ophionius Arepien24 Arimanius Sentacer Merota Tepiseuth Panotragus Senciner25 Tolmophta Eregbuo Tomras Sagen Zeraph Chenen26 Soda Themeso Riruphta Epima Monuphta Homoth28 Brondeus Oroasoer Vucula Astiro Proteus Tepisatras29 Rephan Archatapias Sourut Thopibui Phallophorus AtembuiCLXXIII.*Genii of the Twelve Hours (Levi).15 Papus, Sinbuck, Rasphuia, Zahun, Heiglot, Mizkun, Haven16 Sisera, Torvatus, Nitibus, Hizarbin, Sachluph, Baglis, Laberzerin17 Hahabi, Phlogabitus, Eirneus, Mascarun, Zarobi, Butatar, Cahor18 Phalgus, Thagrinus, Eistibus, Pharzuph, Sislau, Schiekron, Aclahayr19 Zeirna, Tablibik, Tacritau, Suphlatus, Sair, Barcus, Camaysar20 Tabris, Susabo, Eirnils, Nitika, Haatan, Hatiphas, Zaren22 Sialul, Sabrus, Librabis, Mizgitari, Causub, Salilus, Jazar24 Nantur, Toglas, Zalburis, Alphun, Tukiphat, Zizuph, Cuniali25 Risnuch, Suclagus, Kirtabus, Schachlil, Colopatiron, Zeffar26 Sezarbil, Azeph, Armilus, Kataris, Razanil, Bucaphi, Mastho28 Æglun, Zuphlas, Phaldor, Rosabis, Adjuchas, Zophas, Halacho29 Tarab, Misran, Labus, Kalab, Hahab, Marnes, SellenCLXXIV.The Mansions of the Moon.[Hindu, Nakshatra] Arab, Manazil.15 a Sharatan (Ram’s head), Butayn (Ram’s belly), and 0°-10° Suraya (the Pleiads)16 b 10°-30° Suraya. Dabaran (Alldeboran), and 0°-20° Hak’ah (three stars in head of Orion)17 c 20°-30° Hak’ah, Han’ah (stars in Orion’s shoulder), and Zira’a (two stars above c)18 d Nasrah (Lion’s nose), Tarf (Lion’s eye) and 0°-10° Jabhah (Lion’s forehead)19 e 10°-30° Jabhah, Zubrah (Lion’s mane), and 0°-20° Sarfah (Cor Leonis)20 f 20°-30° Sarfah, ’Awwa (the Dog, two stars in f), and Simak (Spica Virginis)22 g Gafar (f, i, and k in foot of f), Zubáni (horns of h), and 0°-10° Iklil (the Crown)24 h 10°-30° Iklil, Kalb (Cor Scorpionis), and 0°-20° Shaulah (tail of h)25 i 20°-30° Shaulah, Na’aim (stars in Pegasus), and Baldah (no constellation)26 jSa’ad al-Zábih (the Slaughterer’s Luck), Sa’ad al-Bal’a (Glutton’s Luck), and 0°-10° Sa’ad alSa’ad (Luck of Lucks, stars in k)28 k10°-30° Sa’ad al-Sa’ad, Sa;ad al-Akhbiyah (Luck of Tents), and 0°-20° Fargh the former (spout ofthe Urn)29 l 20°-30° Fargh the former, Fargh the latter (hind lip of Urn), and Risháa (navel of Fish’s belly)
    • TABLE VI31CLXXV.HebrewLetters.CLXXVI.Numerical Valueof Col. CLXXV.CLXXVII.*YetziraticAttribution ofCol. CLXXV.CLXXVII.*Geomantic Intelligences.CLXXIX.Numbers printedon Tarot Trumps11 a 1 D . . . . . . . . . . . 012 b 2 # lapr Raphael 113 g 3 = layrbg Gabriel 214 d 4 $ lana Anael 315 h 5 a ladyklm Melchiadel 416 w 6 b ladwmsa Asmodel 517 z 7 c layrbma Ambriel 618 j 8 d layrwm Muriel 719 f 9 e laykrw Verachiel 1120 y 10 f laylmh Hamaliel 921 k ] 20 500 & layjs Sachiel 1022 l 30 g layrwz Zuriel 823 m 40 600 C . . . . . . . . . . . 1224 n } 50 700 h laykrb Barachiel 1325 s 60 i laykwda Advachiel 1426 u 70 j lanh Hanael 1527 p [ 80 800 % lamz Zamael 1628 x { 90 900 k layrbmak Cambriel 1729 q 100 l layxynma Amnitziel 1830 r 200 ! lakim Michael 1931 c 300 B . . . . . . . . . . . 2032 t 400 layck Cassiel 2132 bis t 400 E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 bis c 300 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE VI (continued)32CLXXX.Title of Tarot Trumps.CLXXXI.Correct Design of Tarot Trumps.11 The Spirit of Aiqhr. A bearded Ancient seen in profile *12 The Magus of Power.A fair youth with winged helment and heels,equipped as a Magician, displays his art *13 The Priestess of the Silver Star.A crowned priestess sits before the veil of Isisbetween the Pillars of Seth *14 The Daughter of the Mighty Ones. Crowned with stars, a winged goddess stands uponthe moon *15The Son of the Morning, chief among theMighty. A flame-clad god bearing equivalent symbols *16 The Magus of the Eternal. Between the Pillars sits an Ancient *17The Children of the Voice: the Oracle of theMighty Gods. A prophet, young, and in the Sign of Osiris Risen *18The Child of the Powers of the Waters: theLord of the Triumph of Light. A young and holy king under the starry canopy *19 The Daughter of the Flaming Sword.A smiling woman holds the open jaws of a fierceand powerful lion20The Prophet of the Eternal, the Magus of theVoice of Power..Wrapped in a cloke and cowl, an Ancient walketh,bearing a lamp and staff *21 The Lord of the Forces of Life.A wheel of six shafts, whereon revolve the Triad ofHermanubis, Sphinx, and Typhon *22The Daughter of the Lords of Truth. TheRuler of the Balance.A conventional figure of Justice with scales andbalances23 The Spirit of the Mighty Waters. The figure of an hanged or crucified man *24The Child of the Great Transformers. TheLord of the Gate of Death.A skeleton with a scythe mowing men. The scythehandle is a Tau.25The Daughter of the Reconcilers, theBringer-Forth of Life. The figure of Diana huntress *26The Lord of the Gates of Matter. The Childof the Forces of Time. The figure of Pan or Priapus *27 The Lord of the Hosts of the Mighty. A tower struck by forked lightning *28The Daughter of the Firmament. TheDweller between the Waters. The figure of a water-nymph disporting herself *29The Ruler of Flux and Reflux. The Child ofthe Sons of the Mighty. The waning moon *30 The Lord of the Fire of the World. The Sun *31 The Spirit of the Primal Fire.Israfel blowing the Last Trumpet. The dead arisingfrom their tombs *32 The Great One of the Night of Time.Should contain a demonstration of the Quadrature ofthe Circle *32 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 bis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES33CLXXXII.The Human Body.CLXXXIII.Legendary Orders of Being.11 Respiratory Organs Sylphs12 Cerebral and Nervous Systems “Voices,” Witches and Wizards13 Lymphatic Systems Lemures, Ghosts14 Genital System Succubi15 Head and Face Mania, Erinyes [Euminides]16 Shoulders and Arms Gorgons, Minotaurs17 Lungs Ominous Appearances, Banshees18 Stomach Vampires19 Heart Horror, Dragons20 The Back Mermaids (and l, its Zodiacal Opposite), Banshees21 Digestive System Incubi, Nightmares22 Liver Fairies, Harpies23 Organs of Nutrition Nymphs and Undines, Nereids, &c.24 Intestines Lamiæ, Stryges, Witches25 Hips and Thighs Centaurs26 Genital System Satyrs and Fauns, Panic-demons27 Muscular System Furies, Chimæras, Boars (as in Calydon), &c.28 Kidneys, Bladder, &c. Water Nymphs, Sirens, Lorelei, Mermaids (cf. f)29 Legs and Feet Phantoms, Were-wolves30 Circulatory System Will o’ the Wisp31 Organs of Circulation Salamanders32 Excretory System Ghuls, Larvæ, Corpse Candles32 bis Excretory Organs, Skeleton The Dweller of the Threshold, Gnomes31 bis Organs of Intelligence [Socratic Genius]Editorial Note: The Atus of ThothLiber AL, cap. I, v. 57 includes the statement: “All these old letters of my Book are aright: but x is notthe Star. This also is secret: my prophet shall reveal it to the wise.” In Crowley’s ‘New Comment’on this verse, he observes:I see no harm in revealing the mystery of Tzaddi to ‘the wise’; others will hardlyunderstand my explanations. Tzaddi is the letter of The Emperor, the Trump IV,and He is the Star, the Trump XVII. Aquarius and Aries are therefore counter-changed, revolving on the pivot of Pisces, just as, in the Trumps VIII and XI,Leo and Libra do about Virgo. This last revelation makes our Tarot attributionssublimely, perfectly, flawlessly symmetrical. The fact of its so doing is a mostconvincing proof of the superhuman Wisdom of the author of this Book to thosewho have laboured for years, in vain, to elucidate the problems of the Tarot.This substituted attribution is alluded to in various places in Liber Aleph and Magick in Theory andPractice, but was not spelt out in full in published writings until The Book of Thoth. The tables from777 are based on the old Golden Dawn attributions; to work with the reversed attributions, lines 15and 28 should be exchanged on all columns based on the Zodiac or Tarot (i.e., VI-VIII, XI, XIV-XX,XXII-XLVII, XLIX, CXXXVII-CLXXIV, CLXXVII-CLXXXIII and CLXXXVI), not all columns throughout asthe editors of 777 Revised state – T.S.
    • 34NOTES TO TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCESCOL. II: 0-10 are the names of the Numbers orEmanations; 11-32 the Letters spelt in full.LINE 1.—Some of the common titles of Ketherare:—twcp hdqn The Small Point.lz tt The Profuse Giver.hnwcar hdqn The Primordial Point.hdwwh acyr The White Head.}ma Amen.alpwm rwa The Hidden Light.alp The Hidden Wonder.hlum wr Inscrutable Height.}ypna ]yra Long of Nose.ypa ]yra Long of Face.}ymwy The Ancient of Days.[Also name of seven inferiors!]hyha rca hyha Existence of Existences.}yqytud aqytu Ancient of Ancient Ones.acydq aqytu Holy Ancient One.fwcp rwa The Simple Light.}yrmfd hrymf Concealed of the Concealedacyr The Headymynp rwa The Inner Light}wylu The Most Highawh He.ald acyr The Head which is Not.LINE 2.—Chokmah has additional titles:—hmjk Power of Yetzirah.1y of Tetragrammaton.ba abaIt has also the Divine Name, hwhy.LINE 3.—Binah has these additional titles:—ama The dark sterile mother.amya The bright pregnant mother.yhlayhla hwhy }Divine Names.aysrwk Throne.LINE 4.—Chesed has this additional title:—hmjk Majesty.LINE 5.—Geburah has these additional titles:—}yd Justice.djp Fear.LINE 6.—Tiphereth has these additional titles:—}ypna ryuz Lesser Countenance.]lm King.}ypna ryuc Seir Anpin.da Adam.}b The Son.cya The Man.wnakc Spare Angels.LINE 9.—Jesod has this additional title:—lwu-dwsy-qydx The Righteous is the Found-ation of the World.LINE 10.—Malkuth has these titles (amongothers):—ruc The Gate (by Temurah, rcu = 10).2y The Gate (Chaldee).which has the same number (671) as ynda in full—dwy }wn tld [laAlso—Gates of Death.” ” Shadow of Death.” ” Tears.” ” Justice.” ” Prayer.Gate of Daughter of Mighty Ones.” ” Garden of Eden.Also—InferiorMother—The Daughter.The Queen. hklmThe Bride. hlkThe Virgin. hlwtbCOL IV.—This column may be equally wellsymbolized by any single entry, preferably in 0.The Monistic and Nihilistic conceptions areconvertible. Hua may be equally named Tao,IAO, Noumenon, and the like. All language onthis subject is necessarily feeble and hiero-glyphic. It is to name that which by definitionhas no name.COL. V.—These God-names are the “GrandWords” of the corresponding grades (see Col.CXXI.) except for 5°=6°, whose G.W. is hwchy.The Zodiacal Gods are as for the Sephira,which corresponds to the Planet ruling.Apparently, in the numeration of Azbogah, line12, only the AZ count.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES35That these following are only titles of theOne Ineffable Name is shown by Koran xvii.110. But monotheism is not true for the normalconsciousness, but only for that of the adept.[99 names of God in Arabic]COL. VI., LINE 31bis.—Essence, cf. a and w.COL. VIII.—LINES 1-10.—Beth Elohim gives a quite differentten Qliphoth.LINE 15.—In the midst of the Zodiacal Qliphoth arelams [Samael] and yadmsa [Asmodai].At SE corner, Man, Serpent, and the elderLilith the wife of Samael.At NE corner, the Ox and Ass, and Aggereththe daughter of Machalath.At NW corner, the Scorpion, and }wmisa,3theUnnameable and hmuk.4At SW angle, the Lion and Horse, and theyounger Lilith the wife of Asmodai.COL. IX.—The Cup of the Stolistes has its rimand 2 and 3 and its foot in 10.The Cadueceus is (easily) placed on the Treeand divided into a, m, and c.The Waxing Moon in 4; Waning in 5; Full in6.COL. XI.—The elements, of whose nature thesigns of the Zodiac partake, are shown by thesymbol against them.COL. XII.—Let 45 be a straight line. On 45 erectthe equilateral Bs 451, 459. From 4 and 5 drawstraight lines 247, 358 ⊥ 45, and the straightlines 25 ⊥ 14, 43 ⊥ 15, 48 ⊥ 59, and 57 ⊥ 49, thepoints 2, 3, 7 and 8 marking the intersections.Join 19, 12, 13, 23, 78, 79, 89. Let 6 be the pointof intersection of 19, 57, 48. On 78 erect anequilateral B with its apex away from 1.Produce 19 to 10, join 7-10, 8-10. Daath is atthe junction of 25, 34. See figure.COLS. XV.-XVIII.—Daath—Lavender, Grey-white, Pure violet,Grey flecked gold.Herschel—Silver flecked white.COL. XVI, Line 10.—For D, C, B, and E.COL. XIX.—Urim and Thummim = Auramothand Thoum Mou, Egyptian Gods. They aremethods of divination by B and E.COL. XX., LINE 32.—These Gods preside overthe pieces in “Rosicrucian Chess.”5D of B Bishop Ywoum mwouC of B Queen I#haoureyB of B Knight Hnwou vw/sE of B Pawn KabexneufE of B Castle Wauwqi#A of B King VaourwD of C Bishop Xoni# ya mwouC of C Queen Y/wour i# mwogB of C Knight Ceba qnwou haour i# yamwouE of C Pawn ]wmayvE of C Castle S/weu ya i#A of C King Pya qav/n-q/xD of D Bishop Zw wanC of D Queen Qnwou ya Peq/]B of D Knight {ou balE of D Pawn AheviE of D Castle Yarves# fa qnwouya peA of D King {ouqaouri#D of E Bishop Ar/wueri#C of E Queen ?ice#B of E Knight HwwrE of E Pawn Amese]E of E Castle Neuvyuie#A of E King ?swwri#The Pawns refer to t as the House of the Elementsonly, not to t as E.LINE 32.—CfbaquwouHnoue. I#tomwou and Ahevi :]wumatv : Amece] : Kabexnuf6COL. XXI.—The perfected Egyptian exlaims,“There is no part of me that is not of the Gods.”This column gives the attribution in detail. Thenon-cherubic Zodiac signs are omitted, butfollow their affinities.COL. XXIII.— Formless State (F) = 4Sublime State (S) = 4Reflection (R) = 10Kashina (K) = 10Impurity (I) = 10Analysis (A) = 1Perception (P) = 140
    • NOTES36COLS. XXXVIII.-XL.—The vagueness andextent of these attributions is shown in thistable from Agrippa,7who is too catholic to bequite trustworthy.Things under the Sun which are called SolaryAmong stones—1. The Eye of the Sun. 9. Topazius.2. Carbuncle. 10. Chrysopassus.3. Chrysolite. 11. Rubine.4. Iris (stone). 12. Balagius.5. Heliotrope (stone). 13.6. Hyacinth (stone).7. Pyrophylus (stone).8. Pantaura.Auripigmentum andthings of a goldencolour.Among plants—1. Marigold. 17. Mastic.2. Lote-tree. 18. Zedoary.3. Peony. 19. Saffron.4. Sallendine. 20. Balsam.5. Balm. 21. Amber.6. Ginger. 22. Musk.7. Gentian. 23. Yellow honey.8. Dittany. 24. Lignum aloes.9. Vervain. 25. Cloves.10. Bay-tree. 26. Cinnamon.11. Cedar. 27. Calamus.12. Palm-tree. 28. Aromaticus.13. Ash. 29. Pepper.14. Ivy. 30. Frankincense.15. Vine. 31. Sweet marjoram.16. Mint. 32. Libanotis.Among animals—1. Lion. 5. Boar.2. Crocodile. 6. Bull.3. Spotted-wolf. 7. Baboon.4. Ram.Among birds—1. Phœnix. 5. Cock.2. Eagle. 6. Crow.3. Vulture. 7. Hawk.4. Swan.Among insects—1. Glow-worm. 2. Beetle.Among fish—1. Sea-calf. 4. Star-fish.2. Shell-fish. 5. Strombi.3. Pullus. 6. Margar.Among metals—1. Gold.COL. XL.—Aaron’s breastplate is very doubtful;we advise reliance on columns Stones andTribes, we having chosen Stones on bases ofphysical analogy to Signs, Colours, &c.COL. XLII.—The following table of sub-elementalperfumes is important:—A of A Ambergris.D of A The Gall of the Rukh.C of A Oncha.E of A Musk.B of A Civet.A of D Lign-aloes.D of D Galbanum.C of D Mastick.E of D Storax.B of D Olibanum.A of C Myrrh.D of C Camphor.C of C Siamese Benzoin.E of C Indigo.B of C Oppoponax.A of E Dittany of Crete.D of E Assafœtida.C of E Clover.E of E Storax.B of E Benzoin.A of B Saffron.D of B Lign-aloes.C of B Red-sanders.E of B Red Sandalwood.B of B Olibanum.COL. XLIII. and XLIV.—And, generally, alldrugs exciting the parts of the bodycorresponding. See Col. CLXXXII.COL. XLVI.—Each Trigram combines with itselfand the others to make 64 Hexagrams, whichpartake of the combined nature. Thisattribution is the true key to the Yi King. Nosinologist has had any idea of it, but it isobvious enough now that O.M. has solved it.See Appendix I.COL. XLVII.—LINE 7.—Has a monkey.LINE 19.—Said to have a monkey.COL. XLIX.—The Geomantic Figures of thePlanets are those of the signs which they rule.LINES 3-10.qandr
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES37LINE 15.p LINE 16.vLINE 17.{LINE 18.mandnLINE 19.sandtLINE 20.w LINE 22.oLINE 24. | LINE 25.uLINE 26.x LINE 28.zLINE 29.ySee the “Handbook of Geomancy,” TheEquinox I: 2, p. 137.8COL. L.—The Catholic “seven deadly sins” insquare brackets.COL. LVII.—Egyptian Quarters.COLS. LVII., LIX., &c.—Beth Elohim gives:--Michael, Leo, and South to C and y.Gabrial, Bull, and North to B and h.Raphael, Man, and West to E and #.Uriel, Eagle, and East to D and w.COL. LXIX.—Sattvas, HRajas, and FTamas GIn a closeanalogyCOL. LXXIX., LINE 13.—Add (3321) }ttrc tumhcrbdc [Shadbarsheh-moth Sharthathan], the Spirt of the Spirits ofthe Moon. The final } is counted as 700, as arethe final ’s in Col. LXXVIII., line 13.9COL. LXXXV.—LINE 6.—Or lamcj.LINE 9.—Or laynpz.COL. LXXXIX.—Add Daath, ahyh.COL. XCIII., LINE 10.—Contains the Earth.COL. XCVI.—Add Daath, hwyh.COL. XCIX.—Add among Archangels:—Azrael, Angel of Death (n),Israfel, of Last Trump (c).COL. C.—Our order of Angelic Choirs is from R.Mosheh ben Maimon. R. Ishmael and the bookPliah prefer:—1. Cherubim.2. Chasmalim.3. Chaioth.4. Aralim.5. Seraphim.6. Tarshishim.7. Auphanim.{ 8. Auphanim.9. Aishim.10. Taphsarim.And there are many other schemes.COL. CII.—Add Daath, ydna.COL. CIII.—Add Daath, Cerebrum medium,cuius locus est in parte capitis postica.But these have many other attributions, andeach is itself divisible: thus Chesed andGeburah of Tiphareth are the breasts; Tiphareththe heart; Netzach and Hod the testicles; Jesodthe membrum virile; and Malkuth, the anus.The signs of the Zodiac are variously given,and the Planets agree with the face: thus and&, the ears; % and $, the nostrils; ! and =, theeyes; and #, the mouth. The hand: thumb, A;1st finger, D; 2nd, C; 3rd, E; 4th B. These,however, vary somewhat.10COL. CVI.—These Abodes are enclosed in fourcircles: the Waters of Weeping, or Creation, ofOceanus, and the False Sea. Compare theclassical four rivers of Hell.11COL. CVIII.—Incomplete and redundant owingto unconentrated nature of Qliphoth.LINE 2.—Three Evil Forms before Samael are:laytmq [Qemetial]laybl [Belial]laytu [Othiel]The Thaumiel, also called KerethielCOL. CIX.—King ulb son of rwub, Dukes hwlu,unmj, and tty, are all referred to Daath.Edomite Kings and Dukes are taken e libroMaggid. and Gen. 36.COL. CXIV., LINE 1.—I.e., simple breathingwithout articulation.
    • NOTES38COL. CXV.—The furniture, &c., is attributed astold in the ritual, here duly h—d, c—d, and n—rr—d.12COL. CXXI.—Add the “waiting” Grades of“Lord of the Paths in the Portal of the Vault ofthe Adept” between the 1st and 2nd Orders; and“Babe of the Abyss” between the 2nd and 3rd.COL. CXXV.—Burton gives these upside down.The true attribution is checked by the Fire-Worshippers (Guebres) in 5. Yet, of course,the Kether Hell may be considered as moreawful than the Malkuth.COL. CXXVII.—These and many other (ratherfar-fetched and irrelevant) attributions ofvarious things are to be found in Burton’sArabian Nights, in the Tale of Abn al-Husn andhis Slave-Girl Tawaddud.COL. CXXXIII.—The symbolic forms and Divin-ation meanings of these cards can be readilyconstructed from considerations of their naturesas here indicated.LINE 5.—This is the First Decan, and beginsfrom Cor Leonis.COL. CXXXVIII.—Astrological symbols arederived from the primary forms—Cross,Crescent, Circle.COL. CLXXIII.—For meaning and specialfunction, see original.13They should, but donot, accurately refer to the divisions of eachsign into 7 planetary parts.Pietro di Abano14gives:—THE NAMES OF THE HOURS AND THE ANGELSRULING THEM.The Names of the Hours.Hours of the day. Hours of the night.1. Yayn Beron2. Ianor Barol3. Nasnia Thari4. Salla Athir5. Sadedali Mathon6. Thamur Rana7. Ourer Netos8. Tamic Tafrac9. Neron Sassur10. Iayon Aglo11. Abai Calerua12. Natalon SalamTABLES OF THE ANGELS OF THE HOURS ACCORDINGTO THE COURSE OF THE DAYS15Day: ! = % # & $ Hour (Angels of the Hours of the Day)1. ! = % # & $ 2. $ ! = % # &3. # & $ ! = %4. = % # & $ !5. ! = % # & $6. & $ ! = % #7. % # & $ ! =8. ! = % # & $ 9. $ ! = % # &10 # & $ ! = %11. = % # & $ !12. ! = % # & $(Angels of the Hours of the Night)1. & $ ! = % #2. % # & $ ! =3. ! = % # & $ 4. $ ! = % # &5. # & $ ! = %6. = % # & $ !7. ! = % # & $8. & $ ! = % #9. % # & $ ! =10. ! = % # & $ 11. $ ! = % # &12. # & $ ! = %[The Angels of the Planets according to pseudo-Abano are:—! Michael.= Gabriel.% Samael.# Raphael.& Sachiel.$ Anael. Cassiel.]Note.—The first hour of the day, of everycountry, and in every season whatsoever, is to beassigned to the sun-rising, when he first appearetharising in the horizon. And the first hour of thenight is to be the thirteenth hour, form the firsthour of the day.THE YEAR16The Spring: Taloi.The Summer: Casmaran.The Autumn: Adarael.The Winter: Farlas.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES39The Angels of the Spring: Carcasa, Core, Amatiel,Commissoros.The Head of the Sign of the Spring: Spugliguel.The Name of the Earth in the Spring: Amadai.The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Spring:The Sun, Abrayen; The Moon, Agusita.The Angels of the Summer: Gargatel, Tariel,Gaviel.The Head of the Sign of the Summer: Tubiel.The Name of the Earth in the Summer: Festatui.The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Summer:The Sun, Athemay; The Moon, Armatas.The Angels of the Autumn: Tarquam, Gualbarel.The Head of the Sign of the Autumn: Torquaret.The Name of the Earth in the Autumn: Rabianira.The Names of the Sun and Moon in the Autumn:The Sun, Abragini; The Moon, Matasignias.The Angels of the Winter: Amabael, Ctarari.The Head of the Sign of the Winter: Altarib.The Name of the Earth in the Winter: Gerenia.The Names of the Su and Moon in the Winter:The Sun, Commutaf; The Moon, Affarterim.COL. CLXXVII.—Musulman attribution ofPlanets:—g t &p %s !s and b $d #r =Note that s and not k is the 7th of the doubleletters.The Jesuit Kircher17gives— & % ! $ # =p r t b g d kThe order of the Planets is that of theirapparent rate of motion. By writing them intheir order round a heptagon, and tracing theheptagram unicursally, the order of the days ofthe week is obtained.COL. CLXXVIII.—These intelligences are angelicin nature, but possessing material and evenearthly dominion. Hence they preside over thegeomantic figures, whose nature indeedexpresses their relation to man.COL. CLXXXI. —LINE 11.—He laughs; bearing a spherecontaining illusion in his left hand, but overhis right shoulder, and a staff 463 lines longin his right. A lion and a dragon are at hisfeet, but he seems unaware of their attacks orcaresses.LINE 12.—His attitude suggests the shape ofthe Swastika or thunderbolt, the message ofGod.LINE 13.—She is reading intently in an openbook.LINE 14.—She bears a sceptre and a shield,whereon is figured a dove as a symbol of themale and female forces.LINE 15.—His attitude suggests F, and he isseated upon the Cubic Stone, whose sidesshow the Green Lion and White Eagle.LINE 16.—He is crowned, sceptred, andblessing all in a threefold manner. Fourliving creatures adore him, the wholesuggesting a pentagram by its shape.LINE 17.—He is inspired by Apollo to prophesyconcerning things sacred and progane: repre-sented by a boy with his bow and twowomen, a priestess and an harlot.LINE 18.—He drives furiously a chariot drawnby two sphinxes. As Levi drew it.LINE 19.—Before him goeth upright the RoyalUræus Serpent.LINE 21.—[H, F, and G, or Sattva, Rajas, andTamas].LINE 23.—From a gallows shaped like theletter d hangs by one foot a young fair man.His other leg forms a cross with thesuspending one. His arms, clasped behindhis head, form an upright B, and thisradiates light. His mouth is resolutely closed.LINE 25.—A winged and crowned goddess,with flashing golden belt, stands, and poursfrom her right hand the flame of a torch uponan Eagle, while in her left hand she pourswater from an horn upon a Lion. Betweenher feet a moon-shaped cauldron of silversmokes with perfume.LINE 26.—Levi’s Baphomet is soundcommentary on this Mystery, but should notbe found in the text.LINE 27.—Human figures thrown thencesuggest the letter u by their attitude.LINE 28.—A woman, naked, and kneelingonher left knee, pours from a vase in her righthand silver waters into a river, by whichgrow roses, the haunts of coloured butterfiles.With her left hand she pours golden watersover her head, which are lost in her long hair.Her attitude suggests the Swastika. Aboveflashes a great star of seven rays.
    • NOTES40LINE 29.—Below, a path leads between twotowers, guarded by jackals, from the sea,wherein a Scarabæus marcheth landwards.LINE 30.—Below is a wall, in front of which,in a fairy ring, two children wantonly andshamelessly embrace.LINE 31.—An Angel blowing a trumpet,adorned with a golden banner bearing a whitecross. Below a fair youth rises from asacrophagus in the attitude of the god Shusupporting the Firmament. On his left a fairwoman, her arms giving the sign of Water—an inverted C on the breast. On his right adark man giving the sign of Fire—an uprightB on the forehead.LINE 32.—An ellipse, composed of 400 lessercircles. At the corners of the card a Man, anEagle, a Bull, and a Lion. Within the circlesa naked shining figure in the sign of Earth—right foot advanced, fight hand advanced andraised, left hand lowered and thrown back.The hands grip each a ray of dazzling light,spiril, the right hand being dextro- and theleft hand lævo-rotary. A red scarf concealsthe fact of male genital organs, and suggestsby its shape the letter k. Such is theconventional hieroglyph.
    • 41APPENDIX ITHE TRIGRAMS OF THE YI KINGAttributionto Quarters.PlanetaryAttribution.HinduAttribution.YetziraticAttribution.Figure. Name. Part ofbody.Key ScaleS. ! Lingam.+y 7 Khien. Head. 2 [and 30].S.E. $ Apas. Cm 6 Tui. Mouth. 14 [and 23].E. &Mano(Prana).!r 5 Li. Eyes.6 [21 and30].N.E. % Tejas. Bc 4 Kbn. Feet. 27 and 31.S.W. # Vayu. Da 3 Sun. Thighs. 11 [and 12].W. Akasa. =g 2 Khân. Ears.10 [13 and32]N.W. E Prithivi. Et 1 Kbn. Hands. 32 bis.N. = Yoni. 9h 0 Khwbn. Belly. 3 and 13.The Trigrams should be considered as the symbols which combine these meanings, the Hexagrams ascombinations of these, chosen according to circumstances. Thus is Fire of =, or Energyof , and might mean beginning to change, or force applied to obstruction, as it actually does.42
    • NOTES42THE HEXAGRAMS OF THE YI KING.Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.1 77+ of + Khien Heaven, &c. (+ for Lingam.)2 009 of 9 Khwbn Earth, &c. (9 for Yoni.)3 24= of B Kun Danger and obscurity—genoj.4 12E of = Mbng Youth and ignorance.5 27= of + Hsü Waiting, sincerity.6 72+ of = Sung Contention, opposition, strength in peril.7 029 of = Sze Multitude, age and experience.8 20= of 9 Pî Help.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES43Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.9 37D of + Hsiâo Khû Small restraint.10 76+ of C Lî Pleased, satisfaction, treating, attached to, a shoe.11 079 of + Thâi Spring, tree course.12 70+ of 9 Phî Decay, patience, obedience, autumn, shutting up, restriction13 75+ of ! Thung Zbn Union (of men).14 57! of + Tâ Yû Great havings.15 019 of E Khien Humility.16 40B of 9 Yü Harmony and satisfction.
    • NOTES44Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.17 64C of B Sui Following18 13E of D Kû Troublesome services, arrest of decay, hard work.19 069 of C Lin Approach of authority, inspect, comfort.20 30D of 9 Kwân Manipulating, contemplating.21 54! of B Shih Ho Union by gnawing, legal constraint.22 15E of ! Pî Ornament, freewill.23 10E of 9 Po Overthrow, couch.24 049 of B Fû Returning, visit from friends.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES45Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.25 74+ of B Wû Wang Simplicity and sincerity, earnestness.26 17E of + Tâ Khû Great accumulation.27 14E of B Î Nourishment, upper jaw.28 63C of D Tâ Kwo Great carefulness, weak beam.29 22= of = Khan Pit, defile, peril.30 55! of ! Lî Inherent in, attached to, docility.31 61C of E Hsien Influencing to action, all, jointly.32 43B of D Hbng Perseverance, keeping to the path.
    • NOTES46Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.33 71+ of E Thun Returning, avoiding, retirement.34 47B of + Tâ Kwang Violence, the Great Ram.35 50! of 9 Tzin To advance (good).36 059 of ! Ming Î Intelligence, wounded.37 35D of ! Kiâ Zbn Household, wifely duty.38 56! of C Khwei Disunion, family discord.39 21= of E Kien Lameness, immobility, difficulty.40 42B of = Kieh Unravelling (a knot, &c.).
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES47Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.41 16E of C Sun Diminution.42 34D of B Yî Addition, increase.43 67C of + Kwâi Displacing, strength, complacency, tact.44 73+ of D Kâu Unexpected event, a bold woman.45 60C of 9 Tzhui Collected, docility.46 039 of D Shbng Advance and ascent.47 62C of ! Khwbn Straightened, distressed,xCarcer, growth restricted.48 23= of D Tzing A well, self-cultivation.
    • NOTES48Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.49 65C of ! Ko Change50 53! of D Ting A caldron, a concubine, flexibility, quick ear and eye.51 44B of B Kbn Ease, development, moving power, thunder.52 11E of E Kan Peace, a mountain.53 31D of E Kien Fortunate marriage, gradual advance, goose.54 46B of C Kwei Mei Unfortunate marriage (of a younger sister before the elder).55 45B of ! Fbng Large, abundant, progress.56 51! of E Lü Strangers.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES49Figure. Nature. Name. Divination and Spiritual Meaning.57 33D of D Sun Flexibility, penetration, vacillation, wind, wood, &c.58 66C of C Tui Pleasure, help from friends, still water.59 32D of = Hwân Dissipation, dispersion, turning to evil.60 26= of C Kieh Joints of body, regular division.61 36E of = Kung fü Inmost sincerity.62 41B of E Hsiao KwoNon-essential, success of trifles, a wonded bird, smalldivergences.63 25= of ! Ki Tzi Help attained, complete success.64 52! of = Wei Tzi Incomplete success, foolish impulse, failure.
    • 50Transcriber’s notes[The work as presented here is currently incomplete: owing to my complete ignorance of Arabic, onecolumn (the Princes of the Jinn) and some endnote material (the 99 names of God) in that languagehave not been entered.]This electronic edition of 777 was prepared from the version of 777 Revised printed in 777 and otherQabalistic Writings (originally published as The Qabalah of Aleister Crowley). As far as I can tellthis was a facsimile from the 1955 first edition of 777 Revised; while Crowley’s original Preface wasre-set in the 1955 edition, the Tables of Correspondence, Crowley’s notes thereon, and the appendixgiving the trigrams and hexagrams of the I Ching were with minor exceptions straight facsimiles fromthe original 1909 edition of 777.In preparing the present edition I have included, besides the Preface, tables, notes and appendix fromthe original edition, the following additional material from 777 Revised:* The 11 additional columns (CLXXXIV – CXCIV). These were originally appended at the end ofTable VI. Six were explanatory of or supplementary to existing columns: (e.g. numerations ofGreek and Arabic letters, transliterations or translations; the “magical formulæ” column wasspecifically referred to the column of magical weapons); these have been placed immediatelyafter the appropriate column. The others have been appended to the end of the appropriate table.While they are hence “out of sequence” I feel this is unlikely to cause confusion as theseadditional columns are rarely if ever directly referenced by number in other works.* Additional correspondences as mentioned in Crowley’s remarks on the various columns. Theyare inserted into the appropriate columns in double square brackets [[like this]].Also added are:* Numeration of Coptic.* Transliterations of most Hebrew names.In order to keep the present work at a manageable size, I have not included:* Yorke’s editorial preface.* The essay on the Magical Alphabet* The Meaning of the Primes from 11 to 97.* The “Various Arrangements” (mostly from The Book of Thoth)* The “Explanations of the Attributions” – a series of remarks, some developing almost into essays,on columns I-III, V-VIII, X, XI, XIII-XXII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVIII-XLIII, XLV, LVI-LXVIII, LXXVII-LXXXVI, and XCVII.* “What is Qabalah?”* “What is a ‘Number’ or a ‘Symbol’?” (an extract from the New Comment on AL I.4)Some of this additional material may later be made available in HTML format.I have not attempted to preserve the original pagination of the tables of correspondence. For ease ofreading, columns are arranged from left to right across a single page. Obvious typos have beencorrected; other questionable readings are noted below.T.S.
    • 51EndnotesNotes to Crowley’s Preface1S.L. “MacGregor” Mathers.2The reference is probably to the Heptameron seuelementa magica, a 16th-century Grimoire ofplanetary magick (published with the Fourth Bookof pseudo-Agrippa) deriving in part from theSolomonic cycle and in part from the Liber Juratusor Sworn Book of Honorius, a medieval work onmagick (not to be confused with the early modernGrimoire of Honorius falsely attributed to the thirdPope of that name). Its attribution to Pietro d’Abano(1253-1316) is generally recognised as spurious. Theuncontested works of d’Abano do deal in part withastrological images and the medical / talismanic useof the same (vide Walker, Spiritual and DemonicMagic and Yates, Giordano Bruno), and he isoccasionally cited as an authority by Renaissancewriters such as Ficino and Agrippa; the materialspecifically attributed to d’Abano in 777 is from theHeptameron, although the images of the decans maybe from his genuine works.3Probably a reference to the Golden Dawn. Afterswearing a long and tortuously phrased Oath ofSecrecy, the Neophyte was issued a “KnowledgeLecture” which consisted of the names and symbolsof the Elements, Planets and Signs along with theHebrew Alphabet and the names of the Sephiroth inHebrew.4The Lemegeton is a 17th-century compilation,probably English, of magical texts attributed toSolomon. The first book, Goetia, describes 72 “EvilSpirits” and gives instructions for evoking them (itderives variously from the Key of Solomon, theHeptameron, the Fourth Book of pseudo-Agrippaand the Pseudomonarchia Dæmonum of Wier). In777 cols. CLV – CLXVI the spirits are referred to theDecans by day and night.The second book, Theurgia Goetia, describes 27principal spirits and a very large number ofsubordinates of whom relatively few are named; ofthe 27, 16 are referred to the points of the compassand the other 11 are said to wander and have nofixed place. They are said to be partly evil and partygood, hence the apparently oxymoronic title. It ispossible that the Theurgia-Goetia was based on theSteganographia of Trithemius by someone who didnot realise that the latter was primarily a work ofcryptography.The third book, Ars Paulina, contains a catalogue ofAngels for the 12 hours of the day and night, and forthe 12 signs and 360 degrees of the Zodiac; they arealso attributed to the seven classical Planets.The fourth book, Ars Almadel, is probably ofmedieval origin: it divides up the powers it summonsinto four “Altitudes”, seemingly referred to thecardinal points of the Zodiac.The “fifth book of the Lemegeton”, Ars Nova, israther a kind of appendix which appears in one MSwhere it occupies one and a half sides of a singlefolio leaf: it contains an extended prayer associatedwith the names on the circle and triangle of theGoetia, possibly intended to be spoken whiledrawing these, along with a short and garbledconjuration containing some highly corrupt Hebrewnames, probably also connected with the Goetia as itmentions the brazen vessel; and finally, a lengthycurse targetted at anyone who steals the book.The Ars Nova is sometimes confused with the ArsNotoria (Notary Art) attributed to Solomon, whichlatter rather appears to be a medieval magicalderivative of classical art of memory, based aroundthe contemplation of images or notæ while repeatingprayers. The Ars Notoria was condemned byAquinas (cited in Yates, Art of Memory) and variousRenaissance writers such as Erasmus and Agrippa(in De vanitate &c.); Robert Turner produced anEnglish translation which was made less than usefulby the omission of the figures: this translation hasbeen incorporated into some later MSS and printededitions of the Lemegeton.5In The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin theMage (tom. II cap. XIX) are tabulated the names ofvarious Evil Spirits: chief among these are the “FourPrinces and Superior Spirits”, to wit Lucifer,Leviathan, Satan and Belial who may perhaps bereferred to the Elements (I would suggest Fire,Water, Air, Earth respectively); immediately belowthese are eight “Sub-Princes”, namely Oriens,Paimon, Ariton, Amaimon (vide 777 col. LXVIII),Astarot, Magot, Asmodee and Belzebud (sic); a totalof 316 named spirits are listed below the eight Sub-Princes, some subject to one of them, some sharedbetween two or more.6The Book of the Concourse of the Forces is the titleof a collection of Golden Dawn papers loosely basedon the “Enochian” material which emerged from theceremonial skrying of John Dee and Edward Kelly.Crowley later published a terse and incompleteabstract of this material as “A brief abstract of thesymbolic representation of the Universe” in EquinoxI (7-8). See also Regardie (ed.) The Golden Dawn,vol. IV.7This would not be a view generally shared by mostserious practitioners and students of Dee and Kelly’smagick. Unless Crowley is talking about the G.D.version of “Enochian Magic” in which case he has apoint.84 Planes: the first consists solely of Kether; thesecond of Chokmah and Binah; the third of Chesedthrough to Yesod; the fourth of Malkuth only. Theseare identified by some with the Four Worlds. 3Pillars / 7 Planes: see col. XII. 7 palaces: see col.LXXXVII et seq.
    • NOTES52Notes to Tables of CorrespondencesTable I (the whole scale)Col. VIII. The numbers after the Qliphoth of theSephiroth represent which of the seven “palaces”they are referred to: see the arrangements in Col.LXXXVIII et. seq. Transliterations are as given inCrowley’s remarks on this column in 777 Revised,although a few have been altered where they are notconsistent with the Hebrew spelling.Col. XIV. These represent G.D. attributions, beforeCrowley changed the titles of a number of theTrumps in The Book of Thoth and exchanged theattributions of the Star and Emperor based on ALI.57.Col. XIX. Transliterations of Egyptian names havebeen left as in the first edition. These differ fromboth modern transliterations and those employed byearly 20th-century writers such as Budge.Line 1: Asar is better known by the Hellenizedform Osiris; Asar-un-Nefer (“Osiris thebeautiful”) was a particular epiphet or title of thisgod. Hadith in this line (also Hadit in line 0) isnot a historical Egyptian deity but refers to theentity described in cap. II of The Book of the Law;the name is a garbled or corrupt form of Heru-Behutet (Horus of Behutet), a solar-martial formof Horus symbolized by the winged disk. Heru-Ra-Ha is not a historical Egyptian deity but ismentioned in cap. III of The Book of the Law and issaid to combine Hoor-par-Kraat (Horus the Child)and Ra-Hoor-Khuit (Ra-Horus of the TwoHorizons).Line 6: “On” was not an Egyptian deity but atransliteration into Hebrew (}a or }wa) of the nameof the Egyptian solar cult-centre called Heliopolisby the Greeks. The confusion arose through amisreading by Freemasons of Genesis XLI, 45 and50 where Joseph married “Asenath daughter ofPoti-phera priest of On.” ON spelt }u as a formulais another matter entirely; see Col. CLXXXVII.Hrumachis is probably a variant spelling ofHarmachis (Hor-Maku), said by Budge (Gods ofthe Egyptians vol. I p. 470) to be the Greek namefor Heru-Khuti, Horus of the two horizons, whorepresented the sun from sunrise to sunset.Line 13: Chomse also spelt Khons or Khensu. Inone legend (cited by Budge, op. cit. I, 448) he issaid to be the son of the cat goddess Bast who wasalso associated with the moon (to complicatematters Bast has solar aspects in some accounts).Lines 16, 32-bis: Ahapshi is the Apis Bull (GDCoptic spelling). Ameshet is Amset (or Mestha),one of the Children of Horus.Line 17: The Rekti goddesses and Merti goddessesboth appear to have been specific titles or epiphetsof Isis and Nephthys.Line 19: Pasht (according to Budge, op. cit. I, 517)is Pekh or Pekhit, a minor lioness goddess. Mauis onomatopœic Egyptian for ‘cat’ and appears tohave been an epiphet of Ra.Line 22: Ma is more usually spelt Maat or Ma’at.Lines 23, 31: Auramoth and Thoum-aesh-neithwere never Egyptian deities but were namesconstructed on Qabalistic principles by the GoldenDawn to refer to water and fire; similarly the nameTarpesheth (Tharpesht) is unknown prior to G.D.material, although she appears to be a hybrid ofBast and Sekhet.Line 24: Typhon was a monster in Greek myth,probably a personification of destructive forces ofnature, who was identified with Set in lateclassical times. Add Selket, whose symbol wasthe scorpion. I have no idea what Khephra isdoing here.Line 25: Add Neith (Net) who is traditionallydepicted with a bow and arrows.Line 26: Khem is identified by Budge (op. cit., I,97) with the phallic god Min or Amsu, and is saidto have been the god of Apu (Panopolis).Line 28: Ahephi is Hapi, one of the Children ofHorus.Line 29: Add Hequet (Hekt).Line 31: Kabeshunt is probably Qebhsennuf, oneof the Children of Horus.Line 32: I have no idea who ‘Mako’ is.In the Golden Dawn Z1 paper the Children of Horusor Canopic Gods had ‘invisible stations’ in thecorners of the Temple. The most immediate sourcefor the elemental attributions, though, is the GoldenDawn paper on “Enochian Chess” where the fourpawns of each side are referred to these God-forms.It is not clear why Crowley omitted Tuamutef forWater: (a G.D. Coptic form of this name is cited inconnection with the “Eagle Kerub” in a ritual inEquinox I (3)).In a myth recounted by Budge (op. cit. vol. I p. 158)these gods are said to have grasped the four pillars ofheaven as sceptres: Amset the South, Hapi theNorth, Tuamutef the East, and Qebhsennuf the West.They were also said to guard the Canopic Jars inwhich the internal organs of the deceased werepreserved, and their G.D. attributions to the cross-quarters probably derive from a single find of anEgyptian tomb which had the four jars with theimages of the gods disposed thus.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES53Col. XX.Line 23: Possibly a G.D. Coptic spelling ofAshtoreth who according to Budge (op. cit.) wasworshipped in Egypt in the later dynastic period(in Regardie, Complete G.D., “Sati-Ashtoreth” isreferred to the Fire Queen in “Enochian Chess”,the name is spelt I#haourey in Crowley’s notes).Line 25: A G.D. Coptic spelling of Aroueris.Col. XXI. All this is derived from the famousspeech in cap. 42 of the Book of the Dead. Someminor errors have been corrected (e.g. Line 12 read“Aupu—the Hips”). The Planets are referredaccording to the attributions in Agrippa (tom. II cap.x); hence the duplication of left and right eye, earand nostril.Line 15. Budge has “hands.”Line 32 bis. The Hebrew is Alim Chayyim, “theliving Gods.”Col. XXIII. “Nothing and Neither P nor p”) and“Beaten and Scattered Corpse” each denote twodifferent meditations.Col. XXXV. Agrippa (De occ. phil. tom II cap xiv)in his “Orphic Scale of the Number Twelve” refersthe twelve principle Gods of Rome to the Zodiac:a Pallas (Minerva)b Venusc Phoebusd Mercurye Jupiterf Ceresg Vulcanh Marsi Dianaj Vestak Junol Neptune.Crowley included most of these, omitting onlyJupiter and Phoebus.Col. XXXVI. The Evangelists follow theirtraditional attribution to the Kerubim. Godwin givesthe Apostles thus (he does not state his source):a Matthiasb Thaddeusc Simond Johne Peterf Andewg Bartholemewh Phillipi James son of Zebedeej Thomask Matthewl James son of Alpheus.Col. XXXVIII.Line 7: Iynx: Grk., Iugx (pl. Iuggej), the wryneck:a bird of the woodpecker family which had themisfortune to be used in early Greek love magick(hence the attribution); but in the ChaldæanOracles the Iunges appear to have been a group ofministering powers who stood between thetheurgist and the Supreme God (source: Lewy,Chaldæan Oracles and Theurgy), whence they arecited in the ritual of the Star Ruby. Not ‘lynx’ asit is sometimes misread; nor does it rhyme with“sphinx.” As noted in the remarks on this columnin 777 Revised, AC’s source here was Levi.Line 8: Monoceros de Astris means “Unicornfrom the Stars” and is a title of the grade of 3°=88Practicus (referred to Hod) in the Golden Dawn.Col. XXXIX.Line 8: Anhalonium Lewinii is now known by thebotanical name Lophophora williamsi.Col. CLXXXVII. See Magick in Theory andPractice for a discussion of some of these formulæ.Another set of attributions of magical formulæ to theTree of Life survives in one of Crowley’s magicalnotebooks and may be studied in Magick: Book 4Parts I-IV (editor’s notes to Appendix V col. 34).Line 0: LASTAL is not necessarily an error forLAShTAL (for which see Liber V vel Reguli) butmay be a variant form, the ST representing theCoptic sou, identified with the Greek stau andattributed to Kether (see Col LI and Magick, loc.cit.). M . . . . M probably refers to MUAUM, said(in a letter from C.S. Jones to Frank Bennet) to bethe Word of a Neophyte of A∴A∴, representingthe whole course of the breath. Spelt wawm inHebrew, it adds to 93 (it may also contain aconcealed yod, not pronounced or counted in theenumeration, which would explain the fourth dotin M . . . . M and the extra coloured band used toglyph the word in Pyramidos).Lines 1-9: In The Heart of the Master, sectionAves (‘Birds’), nine magical formula are given asthe voices of various symbolic birds, apparentlyreferred to the Sephiroth 1-9, thus:1 (the Swan): AUMGN (one version has AUM)2 (the Phœnix): AL3 (the Raven): AMEN4 (the Eagle): SU5 (the Hawk): AGLA6 (the Pelican): IAO7 (the Dove): HRILIU8 (the Ibis): ABRAHADABRA9 (the Vulture): MULine 24: Possibly ON (ayin nun) should also bereferred here.
    • NOTES54Col. XLVI. Crowley’s later attributions of thetrigrams of the I Ching, etc., to the Sephiroth aregiven in The Book of Thoth, thusly:0: Tao.1: Tao Teh.2:Yang.3: Yin.Daath: Khien.4: Tui.5: Kbn.6: Li.7: Kbn.8: Sun.9: Khân.10: Khwbn.Col. XLVIII. Most of these refer to symbolsappearing in Golden Dawn rituals.Line 26: Possibly should read “Calvary Cross of 6,Solid” as the faces of such will total 26 squares.Col LI. This arrangement differs slightly from theG.D. attributions given in Regardie (ed.), CompleteG.D. (buried in the Ring and Disk paper), in that tand y have been interchanged. In the printed editionof 777, G was given in line 1 as well as line 13, and$ in line 10 (C did not appear on the table). Thesehave been corrected as compositor’s errors; $ hasbeen placed in line 1 and C in line 10 in accordancewith G.D. attributions. For each letter, ‘upper case’and ‘lower case’ forms are shown; the degree ofdifference between these two forms varies betweenletters.The two un-numbered columns are extracted in thisinstance from Appendix V to the ‘Blue Brick’edition of Magick, in turn deriving from Crowley’smagical notebooks. Numbers seem in most cases tobe those of the equivalent Greek letter; the ‘Englishequivalents’ do not necessarily represent the originalphonetic value of the letters but rather refer to thetransliterations employed in the Golden Dawn,where Coptic spellings of the names of variousEgyptian Gods were constructed according to theQabalistic attributions of the letters. The letter sou($, #) did not historically have a phonetic value assuch but was rather used to fill out the numberingscheme by standing for 6; whence it was identifiedwith the obsolete Greek letter stau which was alsoused for number 6, and given the value ‘st.’Col LII. The letters are shown in their ‘isolated’forms; since Arabic is written cursively, letter formsvary slightly depending on whether the letter appearson its own, or in the beginning, in the middle, or atthe end of a word. The repetition of one letter inlines 9 and 10 appears to be deliberate.Table II (the Elements)Col. LXVI. The numerical value of each of thesespellings gives the number in Col. LXV, which,rendered in Hebrew letters, gives the “secret name”in Col. LXIV.Line 31. Originally given hyh wyw hyh dwy, whichadds to 82 rather than 72. The reading here is fromMathers’ introduction to Kaballah Unveiled.Table III (the Planets)Col. LXXVIII.Line 13. Various spellings of this horrendousname have appeared in the literature, and asmentioned in Crowley’s notes on this column, thespelling given here can only be made to add to3321 by counting the final as 700 rather than themore usual 600. Liber D had yrhc hwrb duwycycrtb aklm, Malkah be-Tarshishim ve-A’ad be-Ruah Sheharim, which gives the requiredvalue without any such dubious fudges. Theoldest known form of this name is yqjc jwrbdu ytycrtb aklm, Malkah be-TarshithimA’ad be-Ruach Shechaqim (Agrippa, op. cit., lib.II, cap. xxii).Table IV (the Sephiroth)Col. LXXXVIII. These originally given in Latin; Ihave translated them into English.Col. XCII. The original had this in Latin; it was aslight garbling of the Vulgate of Isaiah VI, 2-3. Ihave translated it into English as it appeared.Col. XCIV. Despite being headed “English ofPalaces” this column was originally in Latin. Thetranslations of the Seven Heavens are mostly fromGodwin’s Cabalistic Encyclopedia, s.v. “Heaven.”Col. CIII. This column originally printed in Latin.Col. CVIII. For what it’s worth (see Crowley’s noteon this column), here are the transliterations of theHebrew names:Line 2. Samael (“poison of God” or “blind god”).lams = 131 = Pan.Line 3. Isheth Zanunim (Woman of Whoredom),said to be the wife of Samael. ynwnz tca = 864 =ycdq cwdq, Qadosh Qadeshim, Holy of Holies.Doubtless there is an Arcanum concealed here,possibly along the lines of “you can proveanything with Gematria if you try hard enough.”Line 5. Ashteroth. Historically a Middle Easterngoddess (a.k.a. Ishtar, Astarté, etc.), denounced byOld Testament writers and given an inexplicablesex change by medieval demonologists.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES55Line 6. Chiva, the Beast; said to be the offspringof Samael and Isheth Zanunim (see Mathers’introduction to Kaballah Unveiled, para 61). Onlya hideous fudge (to wit (a) mis-spelling the nameas ahija, (b) writing each letter out in full and (c)counting hé in full as ah rather than the moreusual hh) can get this name to add to 666.Line 7. Asmodai. Appears in the apocryphalBook of Tobit. Sometimes also known by theLatinised form Asmodeus. The name is possibly amodification of Aeshma Deva, an evil spirit fromPersian mythology.Line 8. Belial. Said to be the chief of the evilspirits in some late Jewish apocalyptic literature(e.g. the Testament of the 12 Patriarchs), but in theOld Testament the name was a mere term of abusemeaning “masterless” or “worthless.”Line 9. Lilith. She gets everywhere.Line 10. Naamah. The sister of Tubal-Cain (seeMasonic symbolism); but in the Zohar she getsturned into another version of Lilith.Col. CIX. Rather than use planetary symbols todistinguish the Kings and Dukes as in the printededition, I have split this column. For Daath addKing Bela son of Beor (rwub }b ulb) and DukesTimnah (uamt), Alvah (hwlu) and Jetheth (tty).Col. CX.Line 1. Ruach Elohim Chayyim, the Spirit of theLiving Gods. The first edition of 777 had as asubtitle yyj yhla hwr tja, Achath RuachElohim Chayyim (“one [is] the Spirit of the LivingElohim”), a line from the Sepher Yetzirah whichadds to 777.Cols. CXII – CXIII. These sets of attributions wereextracted by the Golden Dawn from the first volumeof Kabbala Denudata. The symbols in 7 and 8apparently represent “hermaphroditic Brass.”Col. CXIV. The numbers are an addition; eachpassword adds to the “mystic number” of theSephirah corresponding. Vide Col. X.Col. CXV. The entries in this column wereoriginally given as initials only.Col. CXXI. These are Golden Dawn titles. TheA∴A∴ titles in the 1storder differ slightly; 0°=08 isProbationer, 1°=108 is Neophyte, 2°=98 Zelator andthe “waiting” grade between Philosophus andAdeptus Minor is called Dominus Liminis.Cols. CXXIX – CXXXII. These are the Angels ofthe Shem ha-Mephorash or Divided Name of God, afull explanation of which would be beyond the scopeof this footnote. On each row, the name on the leftrules the card in question by day, the one on the rightby night.Cols. CXXXIII – CXXXVI. Words in squarebrackets are the Book of Thoth keywords for thesecards where these differ from the titles.Table V (the Zodiac)Col. CXXXIX. The outer planets – Uranus ((),Nepture ()) and Pluto (*) and the Nodes of theMoon were not given in this table in 777, butappeared in these positions in the table “TheEssential Dignities of the Planets” in The Book ofThoth. In Magick Crowley added an additionalcolumn, the “Superior Planetary Governers” of thesigns; initially this referred the Cardinal signs to the“Primum Mobile”, the Kerubic signs to Uranus andthe Mutable signs to Neptune; in The Book of Thoththe Cardinal signs were referred to Pluto (discoveredin the 1930s).Cols. CXLIX – CLI. Agrippa (tom. II cap. xxxvii)gives a somewhat different set of images for thedecans, along with the significance of each. It isbelieved Agrippa derived from Latin translations ofthe Picatrix, a medieval Arabic work on magic. Theimages given here are close to those printed byRegardie in Complete Golden Dawn, and thusprobably represent those circulating in the G.D.,though Regardie also gave the signification of eachimage (similar but not always identical to those inAgrippa).Cols. CLV – CLXVI. I have added transliterationsof the names of the spirits and numbers according tothe order in which they appear in the Goetia.Planetary symbols indicate the rank of the spirit andthe material from which its seal is to be made (somespirits have two ranks), thus:Rank Planet MetalPrince Jupiter TinEarl Mars IronKing Sol GoldDuke Venus CopperPresident Mercury Mercury (hmm…)Marquis Luna SilverNote that in rendering the names of the demons intoHebrew, some suffixes like –ion, –ius, etc. havebeen dropped.An alternative set of attributions and Hebrewspellings can be found in The Sword and the Serpentby Denning and Phillips, and Godwin’s CabalisticEncyclopedia.
    • NOTES56Cols. CLXVII – CLXXI. A completely different setof names for the dekans and the gods referred tothem may be found in Budge’s Gods of theEgyptians, vol. ii pp 304-310. I am unaware ofCrowley’s source for these attributions: generally thenames seem at the very least somewhat Hellenized.Notes to Crowley’s notes1Because jk = Koch, Power, and hm is the “secretname” of Yetzirah (vide Col. LXIV).2i.e., the Hebrew word for “ten.”3Unclear. Possibly an error for }wmiama, Amaimon.The G.D. Qliphoth lecture has }wdba, Abaddon.4Possibly an error for hmun, Naamah or Nahemah.The G.D. Qliphoth lecture as printed by Zalewski(1994) has “Maamah” which itself may be amisprint.5“Rosicrucian Chess” is also known as “EnochianChess” although its connection with Dee and Kelly’smagick is tenuous at best; it is a four-handed gamealso used as a system of divination, loosely based onan ancient Indian game called Chaturanga, but withpieces representing Egyptian Gods. It was probablycreated by W. Wynn Westcott. For a more detailedaccount see Zalewski, Enochian Chess of the GoldenDawn (Llewellyn).Rather than attempt to transliterate and then decipherthe Coptic names given by Crowley (some of whichI suspect are corrupt or misprinted) I will give theversions of these names as listed in Regardie (ed.),Complete G.D. (tom. X pp. 113-4). In many casesthese are not reasonable transliterations of the namesprinted in 777.Fire:Bishop: Toum.Queen: Sati-Ashtoreth.Knight: Ra.Castle: Anouke (possibly Ankhet, a title of Isis)King: Kneph (Khnemu).Water:Bishop: Hapimon (the Nile god)Queen: Thouerist (Ta-urt the hippopotamusgoddess)Knight: SebekCastle: ShuKing: OsirisAir:Bishop: ShuQueen: KnousouKnight: SebCastle: Tharpesht (a G.D. amalgam of Bast andSekhet)King: Socharis (Seker; an early god who becameidentified with Ptah, and later with Osiris)Earth:Bishop: ArouerisQueen: IsisKnight: Hoori (Horus)Castle: NephthysKing: Aeshoori (i.e. Osiris again)PawnsKnight’s pawn: Kabexnuv (Qebhsennuf)Queen’s Pawn: Tmoumathph (sic) (Tuamutef)Bishop’s Pawn: Ahepi (Hapi)Rook’s Pawn: Ameshet (Mestha)6I cannot identify the first three of these names. Ibelieve the remaining four were intended to be G.D.Coptic spellings of Hapi (Ahephi), Tuamutef(Toumathph), Mestha (Ameshett) and Qebhsennuf(Kabexnuv), the Sons of Horus, and have correctedthem accordingly.7De. occ. phil. lib. I. cap xxiii. The following sixchapters list various things said to be under thepower of the other six classical planets. See alsocap. xxii which gives general attributions for theplanets and the theory behind all this, and cap. xxxii,“What things are under the Signs, the Fixed Stars,and their images.”8On typographic and chronological evidence thisline was an addition in 777 Revised.9As noted above, this last is a fudge which wasprobably made necessary by someone miscopyingthe name of the Intelligence of the Intelligences ofthe Moon so it no longer added to 3321.10The Golden Dawn lectures give a slightly differentattribution of the fingers, based on the points of thePentagram, thus: the thumb to Spirit, the index toWater, the medius to Fire, the third finger to Earthand the little finger to Air.11In the Golden Dawn diagram (in turn derived fromvon Rosenroth) from which Col. CVI. was derived,the seven Earths of Col. CIV. were also enclosed bythe four seas. The Infernal Rivers are referred to theElements thus: Air, Cocytus; Water, Styx; Fire,Phlegethon; Earth, Acheron (source: Godwin’sCabalistic Encyclopedia).12“heled, concealed, and never revealed.”13The names appear in a supplement to the Rituel deHaute Magie as part of an “explanation” of the“Nuctemeron of Apollonius of Tyana.” In cap. XVIIof the Rituel Levi gives the names and characters ofanother 24 Zodiacal genii, two for each sign. Thelatter are here omitted.14i.e., the author of the Heptameron (see note toPreface on this point). But much of the followingderives from the Liber Juratus in any case.
    • TABLE OF CORRESPONDENCES5715I have reduced this into a single table to savespace, representing each day and Angel with thecorresponding planetary symbol.16The names here have been conformed to theversion of the Heptameron printed in the Lyonsedition of Agrippa’s Opera. Crowley, possiblybecause he was working from a corrupted copy,stated that none were given for Winter; although thenames he gave for the Sun and Moon in Autumnwere those referred to Winter by pseudo-Abano.17Probably in his Oedipus Ægypticus. It is this book(late 17thcentury) which as far as I am awarecontains the earliest known appearance of theversion of the Tree of Life used by the G.D. andCrowley, and in fact most modern Westernoccultists. Other Tree of Life arrangements arediscussed by Aryeh Kaplan in his translation of theSepher Yetzirah.Appendix: the Yi KingTransliterations of Chinese names follow the systemused by Legge in Sacred Books of the East, which isnot in general current use. Note that italicised lettershave different phonetic values to non-italicised (K is“thin (tenuis) modified guttural consonant”, Kh“aspirated thin modified guttural”). b represents the‘neutral’ vowel sound. Where Crowley has ‘tz’,Legge used a character something like a stylised 3,which I have been unable to find in any of thetypefaces I currently have; but as far as I can tellfrom the table of transliteration conventions, this isequivalent to the Hebrew x (described helpfully as“Spiritus asperrimus 2” under dental consonants).While this may be a little awkward and confusing, Iwould submit it is to be preferred to a transliterationscheme which manages to give the sametransliteration for two different Chinese characters(vide the Wilhelm-Baynes I Ching, s.v. Hexagram63).The main traditional glosses to the trigrams are:7 Heaven, sky6 Water (marsh or lake)5 Fire, sun, lightning4 Thunder3 Wind and wood2 Water (rain, clouds, springs), moon1 Hill or mountain0 EarthAdditional traditional correspondences can be foundin the “EighthWing” (Appendix V. in the Leggeedition, “Shuo Kwa / Discussion of the Trigrams” inPart II of the Wilhelm-Baynes edition).