Angels of the Tesseract

While scrying the Aethyrs, I also did some work with the angels of the Shemhamphorasch. The working was powerful and effective, and the thought occurred to me that the same principle of discovering angel names within a long divine name could be also be applied to an exclamation of awe at divinity. Although I grew up Christian, the exclamation that occurred to me was cosmic: “O, A UNIVERSE OF THE MIND OF GOD!”

The astute observer will notice that this phrase is 24 letters long—matching the number of faces of a tesseract (also known as a “hypercube”: a four-dimensional version of a cube), so I then applied each of the letters to the faces, with the end of the exclamation at the “innermost” (from my 3D point of view). I then broke this out into eight cubes (each face of the tesseract applying to two cubes), and discovered eight angel names came from the cubes thereby. I also took four directions of the Tesseract and found four dimensional angel names. The results are summarized in the figure below:

One angel, AUDEOV, immediately struck me as an angel helping to deal with shame. I continued working with I Ching divinations to better understand their natures. The angel names, pronunciation, and natures are summarized below (I use the same Latin pronunciation scheme as with Enochian to pronounce the angel names):

GOFDOD (gohff-dohd): [I Ching: Hexagram 39, with a changing line in the fifth position, therefore changing to Hexagram 53]. Contact this angel for help in overcoming obstructions and turning away from superficial desires that distract from inward needs in order to align and toward heaven, and the gradual progress toward the divine.

TRAGOS (trahg-ohss): [I Ching: Hexagram 38, with changing lines in the first and fourth places, therefore changing to Hexagram 4]. Call upon this angel when beginning a journey, new venture, or taking on an apprentice, new employee.

OOINEE (oh-oh-ee-nay): [I Ching: Hexagram 8, with changing lines in the second, third, and top places, therefore changing to Hexagram 57]. This angel brings transformation for those willing to engage with it, and softens the effects of inevitable change.

FUMNIF (foom-neef): [I Ching: Hexagram 51]: Alignment with the will of God or Universe, especially after vast destruction or shock.

AUDEOV (ah-oo-day-ohv): [I Ching: Hexagram 11 with a changing line in the fifth place, therefore changing to Hexagram 5]. This angel helps you deal with issues of shame, and thereby leads to nourishment of the soul.

HIVEOR (hee-vay-ohr): [I Ching: Hexagram 34 with changing lines in the first and fourth places, therefore changing to Hexagram 46]. This angel helps cultivate proper humility in times of great change in order to influence all of one’s social group to take proper action.

FONDES (fohn-dayss): [I Ching: Hexagram 52, with changing line in the third place, therefore changing to Hexagram 23]. Understanding of one’s immediate situation and how to best obtain proper flexibility within it.

NITHEM (nee-them): [I Ching: Hexagram 29, with changing line in the second place, therefore changing to Hexagram 7].Call upon this angel to help hear the heart’s call, and then evolving in order to carry it forward into the world.

IODE (ee-oh-day): [I Ching: Hexagram 18, with changing lines in the first, third, and fourth places, therefore changing to Hexagram 38]. Gentle Reformation of one’s society.

HODN (hoh-denn): [I Ching: Hexagram 31, with changing lines in the first, fourth, and fifth places, therefore changing to Hexagram 36]. Letting go of control & reconciling with others.

TGFM (teeg-eff-em): [I Ching: Hexagram 53, with changing line at the top, therefore changing to Hexagram 39]. Slow, lifelong development and harmonization of conflict.

EVOE (Ay-vo-ay): [I Ching: Hexagram 60, with changing line at the fifth place, therefore changing to Hexagram 41]. Accepting limitations of one’s life and making do with less.

RIFS (reeff-ess): [I Ching: Hexagram 32, with changing line in the second place, therefore changing to Hexagram 56]. Endurance in acts, and not being distracted from the goal.

ONUA (oh-noo-ah): [I Ching: Hexagram 58, with changing line in the 3rd place, therefore changing to Hexagram 43]. Finding allies and support to accomplish the seemingly impossible.

          The aspirant can use any prayer they like to initiate contact.

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