пятница, 7 июля 2017 г.

HEILIG pentagram

More than a year ago there was a discussion about the structure of this symbol.
Still have questions.



http://omega-magick.blogspot.ru/2016/03/the-heilig-pentacle-from-sixth-book-of.html

All the names were taken from the Vihi Noam prayer. But probably it does not fit.

At least one thing does not give me rest. The structure of this figure has to give the formula: QADOSH QADOSH QADOSH YHVH ELOHIM TZEBAOTHWhat do we have: 1) Heilig for QADOSH, 2) YHVH ELOHIM, 3) and nothing for TZEBAOTH. 

But if you look to the center of the red pentagram, BET has little dot, and this looks like formely Tsade ("BET"+dot) - צ. So, where is Tzebaoth here? 
Maybe all "names" in angles have to be like "code" for "Hosts"? Or their sums must be equal to 496 (gematria of Tzebaot)? And if we put all 5 letters from Tzebaoth into each angle of pentagram, why Tsade/Bet in the center?

воскресенье, 4 июня 2017 г.

Pentacle for Luck

Pentacle for luck in games and business ventures; to protect travellers from robbers' attack and dispel or uncover disloyality; being made on Wednesday, when Mercury is in Conjunction or in benign aspect with Venus or the Moon.

суббота, 18 марта 2017 г.

Pentacle for protection from Zecorbeni MS




"Protegit vero hoc ab omnibus malificus et de fendit mirabiliter a persecutionibus, et omni noramento anima et corporis. Ejus Angelus Iophoiel a latere dextro, in circulo descriptus callet virtutem omnium herbarum, et lapidum, quam docere potest, recte invocantem."

-- Compare this pentacle with 4th pentacle of Moon (Mathers' KOS).

пятница, 17 марта 2017 г.

Anepheneton or Anaphaneton?

Once again about Divine Name Anaphaneton/Anepheneton.

Strong's Greek Concordance 398 for word ἀναφαίνω (to bring to light, make to appear):

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 398: ἀναφαίνω

ἀναφαίνω: 1 aorist ἀνεφανα, Doric for the more common ἀνεφηνα (Acts 21:3 R T WH (with Erasm., Stephanus Thesaurus, Mill); cf. Passow, p. 2199; (Veitch, and Liddell and Scott, under the word φαίνωWiners Grammar, 89 (85); Buttmann, 41 (35)); seeἐπιφαίνω); passive (present ἀναφαίνομαι); 

Here are two versions for root of the Name: 1) ἀναφαίνω - anaphaino; 2) ἀνεφανα - anephana / ἀνεφηνα (anephena).

So, both versions are legal: Anaphaneton and Anepheneton (or even Anephaneton) - He, Who brings to light, who makes to appear.