On the PELE ring

As others have noted, the PELE ring (without which the Enochian practitioner “shall do nothing”) has as its namesake פָלָא, the divine name from the Old Testament by Agrippa (a contemporary of Dee’s) in Chapter XI of Book III of his Three Books of Occult Philosophy. The word itself relates to working wonders or doing things that are difficult or “beyond” normal powers.

Yet there are two other letters to this: a V (or “thing like a V,” suggesting the first appearance of Enochian letters), and an L.

Therefore, in addition to the the divine name, one can also create a six-letter name. I looked up the likely candidates for a name in Davidson’s A Dictionary of Angels and Webster’s Encyclopedia of Angels, and only Peluel seemed to be there, though not directly. A close name, Peliel, appeared, and I noticed that there seems to be a vowel shift between the I/U in the angel names of Penuel and Peniel, which appear to the above authors to be the same angel.

So it’s possible that Peluel may similarly be the same as Peliel, and we can look at the latter angel to give us clues about the main angel through which PELE works. This is not dissimilar from other angel names which are thought to be extraordinarily close to the divine, such as Yehuel (the archangel of Kether of Briah in Eshelman’s 776_1/2) where the angel’s name is a combination of two Divine names, or the archangel Michael, whose name can be taken to mean, “One who is like God.”

What is said about Peliel (Peluel)? Webster & Davidson both agree that Peliel is the chief of the Christian angelic order known as Virtues, yet also the teacher of Jacob (and so would be linked to Judaism). Interestingly, Davidson associates Peliel with the 2nd sefira of Chokmah, “Wisdom” (referring to Frances Barrett’s The Magus and unspecified works of Isaac Ha-Cohen of Soria—perhaps “Emanations of the Left Side”—with Barrett likely drawing from the ha-Cohen). Peliel alternates with Zekuniel in this capacity in this source. This is a different association from 776 for Chokmah, which has Raziel in that sefira in the World of Assiah, and Raphael and Ophaniel in that sefira the World of Briah. It should be noted as an aside that Eshelman supplements from his own research much of what was given in 777. (Eshelman comes out of the Thelema tradition, which itself has as in its lineage the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn in which Crowley wrote 777—or co-wrote with Mathers. Regardless, 777 took much of its correspondence material from Agrippa). It’s possible that ha-Cohen, who seemed focused on the Worlds of Atziluth and Yetzirah, may have considered Peliel and Zekuniel as angels of Chokmah in either of these worlds (or both!). It’s hard to say, because A) I’m hardly an expert in the Kabbalah, B) he was a somewhat early Kabbalist (depending on what sense of that term you use), and C) he also was influenced by Neoplatonism. Regardless, the association with Chokmah/Wisdom would make a lot of sense, as centered around wisdom that Enochian is (e.g., Galvah as Wisdom/“Hoxmarch” in Enochian/Chokmah).

There’s more that can be said about the use of the square and circle in alchemical terms that are left as an exercise for the reader. 🙂

I am sensing Peluel as I write this, and will write up any findings whenever I work with him (as he’s appearing to me as male). His name will also be incorporated into the mandala of ever-increasing dimensionality.

Substituting Words in the Call to the Aethyrs

I’ve mentioned substituting certain Enochian words into the call of the Aethyrs: Ananael (secret wisdom, or Chokmah) and Momao (crown, or Kether), Maoffas Olpirt (limitless light, or Ain Soph Aur), and Maoffas (limitless(ness) or Ain Soph). I have worked with other words and can recommend the following other words:

Ialpirgah (“flames of the first glory”; an energizing effect which almost seems like the experience of the Big Bang).

Laiad (“secrets of truth”; an exploration of oneself and unknown circumstances & futures).

Monons (“heart”; an intimate look within).

Pronoa (neo-Enochian, “alchemical love”).

One’s own name (a trippy realization of all who you are in the present moment—use your Holy Guardian Angel’s name as the ruling being over this experience, as you would the zodiacal king(s) in an Aethyr). Note that this can be done with others’ names, which should only be done with consent.

DIY Enochian: The 19×19 Table

Update 1: Added the cross-section (for a 3D mandala). For the foreseeable future, I’ll only be updating this page, because I think only the mandala will be changed into 4D, 5D, etc. This cross-section is essentially a large-ish download; note the large prime numbers that reverse into other primes. I expect the sizes to keep increasing with each dimension.

This table is the extension of the Mandala I previously posted, derived from several existing tables as well as 12 additional letters transmitted to me, including the Sigillum Dei Aemeth, the great cross of the Heptarchy/Tabula Bonorum Angelorum, and the seven zodiacal kings of the signs where planets are exalted (Aries, Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, Libra, Capricorn, & Pisces):

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19-Day Zodiacal Ritual: Structure and Additional Watchtower Angels

Today is the final day of an updated 19-day ritual to commune with the zodiacal kings. This grew out of a desire to “redo” the 19-Day Watchtower ritual instructed by Ave (as, on reflection, I was unhappy with how well I did it in my earlier days of working Enochian), but the angels said not to. However, when I suggested a new 19-day ritual to incorporate the zodiacal kings (who were not part of the original 19-day ritual) and they said yes, and allowed me to also include the Watchtower angels and the Heptarchical angels. As it happened, this ritual was symmetrical about Easter Sunday (Roman calendar).

The angels assented to the following structure:

Preparatory work: Write a Book of Supplications (the last of the books that Dee & Kelley were have to created that I had not yet made). Essentially this was about writing prayers. I used 40 names of God and the number of letters totaled 241–but 243 (3^5) if you include the crosses, and wrote from the heart.

Days 1–4: Prayers (Friday through Monday). I prayed from both my own book of supplications as well as the Prayer of Enoch, three times a day (I also did what follows thrice daily as well).

Days 5–8 (Tuesday through Friday (which was Good Friday)). I used the called up the following angels:

  • Daily: King Carmara/Marmara & Prince Hagonel, in the name of Jaida (“Highest God” in Enochian).
  • Zodiacal kings Olpaged (Aries, Tuesday) through Zarnaah (Cancer, Friday), and their servient angels, in the name of Jaida & Marmara/Carmara.
  • Heptarchical kings/princes Babalel/Befafes (Tuesday) through Baligon/Bagenol (Friday), and associated Ministers and Governors, in the name of Carmara/Marmara & Jaida. Note that astrologically, this caused me to lose domicile rulership (i.e., Wednesday I called on Blisdon who is associated with Mercury, but Taurus is ruled by Venus), but that I maintained the dignity of the first decan of each sign (first decan of Aries = Mars, first decan of Taurus = Mercury, first decan of Gemini = Jupiter, etc.).
  • Watchtower Kings Bataivah (East/Fire, for Aries, on Tuesday), Iczhihal (North/Earth, for Taurus, Wednesday), Raagiosl (South/Air/Gemini, Thursday), & Edlparnaa (West/Water/Cancer, Friday), and their associated Elders on each day, in the names of ORO/IBAH/AOZPI, MOR/DIAL/HCTGA, MPH/ARSL/GAIOL, OIP/TEAA/PDOCE.

Days 9–12: (Saturday through Tuesday):

  • Daily: King Carmara/Marmara & Prince Hagonel.
  • Zodiacal kings Gebabal (Leo, Saturday) through Cadaamp (Scorpio, Tuesday)
  • Heptarchical kings/princes Bnapsen/Brorges (Saturday) though Babalel/Befafes (Tuesday)
  • Appropriate archangel for the day of the week, with Raphael used on Sunday (in Dee’s day he was associated with the sun, whereas now he’s associated with Mercury but the sefira of Tiphareth, which is ruled by the sun in correspondences).
  • Children of Light from the Sigillum Dei Aemeth: El, I, S, & E, through the name of their mother Galvah and, for the son of light (I) & son of son of light (E), in the name of Prince Hagonel, to whom these sons are servants, and each day’s children according to planet: IANA/DMAL/IZED/LIBA, etc.
  • Kerubs (East/Fire/Saturday through West/Water/Tuesday).
    • As I prepared this day, I wondered about the Five Princes of the Watchtowers in Kelley’s original vision. It seemed to me that, using the horizontal God names from the cavalry crosses, and the four names EXARP, HCOMA, NANTA, & BITOM, could make these. I went ahead and constructed them…only to be told by Carmara that they were…acceptable lol. After some back and forth, I was told that these were, in fact five Ambassadors: AMPPOHNA, RORAICAL, DTALIONO, ZIXAIMTA, & ABEMTAAI for East. The remaining were, for North: VPASABHI, NRTORIML, NANNBTOP, AXADIOCI, & XENNZMHZ; for South, AHMOONEA, ACOMLAXT, BOTEANAA, CMIBATRP, & OABBDAPA; and for West, ONAOSEBN, LAMBIXIR, ONOAOATZ, ATCVDRIF, & GAHAAPMM. These were called according to the same elemental order as in the previous four days.
    • The Princes, as they were shown to me, were from the RAAATORT, IPAMXADI, FODBOSML, DAIIOPIX (each taken from the corners of a quadrant-quadrant dyad by columns of the East Tablet, with two names each taking four letters from the cavalry crosses, and two names each taking two letters from the main horizontal cross of the three main Divine names, ORO, IBAH, & AOZPI). The highest prince over the other four, RAAMETODIH, taken from two letters from each of the four corners of the tablet overall, and the letters E & H from EXARP & HCOMA (interestingly, a 10-letter name, longer than the king, suggesting additional or unique power). I have yet to explore this deeply. The remaining sets of princes are, for North: BVAXOACZ, PSANAITZ, IMRIRAOR, IHLAISPM, & BVANAOATZP; for South, TADOMOLD, TOMBNAXA, SMIXXROH, RGDRILIL, & ETAMBHMOXA; and for West, DOAGPSCA, AOAAZNAM, VOGEOMZN, BPPEPAIM, & ADOAAPPSAM. These were also called according to the same elemental order as in the previous four days.Days

Days 13–16 (Wednesday through Saturday):

  • Daily: King Carmara & Prince Hagonel
  • Zodiacal Kings Zarzilg (Sagittarius) through Arfaolg (Pisces)
  • Untitled Watchtower angels of the sub-quadrants (e.g., of medicine, the four elements etc.): Fire, Earth, Air, & Water.
  • Children of light for the appropriate day of the week/planet (as above)
  • Appropriate archangel for the day of the week (using Michael for Wednesday due to his association with Mercury in Dee’s day–now he’s typically associated with the the sun but with the sefira of Hod, which is ruled by Mercury). After Friday (Haniel), I used Uriel for Saturday.
  • Angels of the circumference (Aaoth, Gethog, Innon); Saturday I did not call any (saving it for the last day of the ritual)
  • Thursday-Saturday: Ga, Za, & Vaa.
  • Saturday only: I called up two- and three-letter angels corresponding to the identical positions where Ga, Za & Vaa are located on the Earth & Water tablets, meaning 12 total angels were called.

Day 17 (Sunday): Murifri, Nalvage, Carmara, & Hagonel. Around this time I was guided to look at the capital letters of the Great Table; I noticed there are exactly 100, and was told to work on their arrangement into a 10×10 table, which appears below:

Enochian letters from the Great Table, arranged as follows:

Row 1: L (reversed) P (reversed but you can't see it because it's symmetrical) A (reversed) T Z S C O D L
Row 2: A (reversed) N (reversed) R (reversed) C A T T G A P
Row 3: L O (reversed) A (reversed) T S O V P O C
Row 4: T C T T C D V O O T
Row 5: Z I V T M T S M V V 
Row 6: P N T A P M C G G O
Row 7: A O D N A P O G N A
Row 8: T S V Z G T S Z Z C
Row 9: A P O S P P T Z L O
Row 10: L R V O V D D A N L

My friend Cody P. mentioned upon seeing that this will be multiplied to angels.

Day 18 (Monday): GaZaVaa and the angels from corresponding locations: KePaLpa, PiLaNim, and OlAdAra. I was told to call these angels separately from the remaining angels (to be mentioned), so I did so. Galvah, Galethog, Murifri, Nalvage, & Carmara & Hagenol were also called, and I was told to call two remaining words as angels: VRVINVNEOCARNOGHCG…L (the L is to be pronounced after a pause), which is a very slight respelling of the name of the throne in Dean Hildebrandt’s work, and also PRONOALIOSMARNONPAL, a more recent word I received (note that both words are 19 letters long, and that these eight angels’ names are 80 letters in all). For these last 8 angels, I was told to call them forward and then scry the Aethyr of LIL, and then make my charge to them.

It should be noted that I asked one simple thing of these angels: “Walk closely with me, O wonderful [as needed, added “noble,” “right noble,” “honorable,” or “majestic”] angels of JAIDA. Let our psychic and heart connections be continuous and strong, and bring blessings to all Creation.

In LIL, I felt a strong energy about my crown chakra for two of the three callings I saw a golden, fractal pattern emerging out of what looked like a 3D, xyz-graph version of the the AGLA cross (which I’ve taken to include saying seven times as part of my activation of the furniture). On the last calling of that day, I saw all of the angels that I’d called (which, if you’ll recall, is in the hundreds of thousands because the zodiacal kings have that many across the various parts of the Earth and the Aethyrs). The angels “bound” themselves to this structure, as if they were a higher-dimensional beings who could assist with the building of this fractal structure. The structure itself, as it progressed, allowed for its entering into higher and higher dimensions, roughly to the sixth or seventh dimension, and that this is a structure for more direct divine intervention.

There was a big glow about this structure, and I got the sense that PRONOALIOSMARNONPAL was tilting this black abyssal disc (with some tentacle-like things–it reminded me of the symbiote in Spider-Man), which was dukkha. It seemed restrained by PRONOALIOSMARNONPAL, and with all the angels and the long-term work about my subtle body, it will take time, but the structure will help me play out a long and personal journey.

I saw a tether attached to myself and to the central 3D cross of the structure. I saw myself running out to the fixed stars (this is the idea of abstract pathworking related to the heart along with reaching ever-outward perspectives–note that one must return to the center/heart and ground, but nonetheless the journey continues), but also running about the sphere (which is to say, ultimately across all the fixed stars). The tether lit up various parts of the structure as it passed through it, almost laying the groundwork for the structure to become stronger and branch out more.

I saw Galvah approach in an idealized, classical winged human form, and very tall (perhaps 7.5 feet/2.29 meters). She gestured to a lot of Enochian letters in the sphere, which were “of the same spirit” as Amzes Naghezes Hardeh (Liber Loagaeth), but not quite the same. Nonetheless, these would fit about the 10-by-10 table above (I have included this in the overall set of Enochian tools), leading to the multiplying of angels’ names, and as one sphere is resolved, it would lead to a higher sphere of more letters, each taking progressively longer, until after a few thousand years, a 144 (plus) dimensional existence, which will be more or less the end. I was told to be prepared for a lot more angelic tables to come in, and to trust that it will happen in the appropriate time (acknowledging my householder responsibilities).

Last night, I saw the first four letters of the next table: B3IN.

Today I am to simply pray three times (as with each day of the ritual, dawn, noon, and dusk), which will conclude the ritual.

DIY Enochian: Great Table Extension, Mandala

Update 1: Added 19×19 table

As regular readers know, I like to extend the original system where it seems reasonable and my journey take me. I have worked on a mandala of the capitalized letters of the corrected Great Table (Tabula Recensa–which I have also corrected (I missed a reversed A)), as guided by the angels, and include it here:

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DIY Enochian: Added Watchtower Tablets

Update 3: Added 19×19 table.

Update 2: Fixed a missing reversal to an A in the Great Table, and added the mandala of the capitalized letters.

Update 1: After some review, I have discarded the tablets in favor the Corrected Great Table (Tabula Recensa). I used the Sloane 3191 Folio 52 as my reference, and made a single change to one of the letters in it (as it seemed to be missing the reversed R in the name PARAOAN). This was not an easy decision, but seems confirmed by the angels. I give my rationale for both decisions in the document itself.

I have added the Watchtower TabletsGreat Table to the DIY Excel Spreadsheet. As usual, you’ll need the Enochian font and the Enochian flip font; may need both versions of the latter, which are here: Version 1. Version 2. The flip font was created by Marco; please send him a tip for his work!

Here’s the latest version. I’m trying to stay on top of updating of the previous posts as well. I’ll try adding a simple SDA (many of the online ones are okay, but inaccurate in places–I hope to improve on them).

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A Hypothesis for the Number of Cards in the Tarot Deck

I had an insight a few months ago about the Tarot that, to my embarrassment, I did not write up a post about. It is a hypothesis about why the Tarot deck has 78 cards.

There are, of course, 22 major arcana cards, often called trump cards, in the Tarot. This, of course, is the same as the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet. And Frater RC’s interview with Stav Appel suggested that in one early Tarot deck, there was a lot of Judaic symbolism to the pictures (which has been altered).

It occurred to me–somehow–that this might relate back to Dee’s use of “Kabbalah” in adding up the cross-sums of Dee’s values of the the divine name YHVH in the Monas Hieroglyphica. Dee’s approach made this add up to 24 because he used the following starting values (which don’t match the typical gematria values): 1 for Yod, 2 for Heh, and 3 for Vav. Yet what happens when the actual values of the 10 for Yod, 5 for Heh, and 6 for Vav?

10 (Yod) + 5 (Heh) = 15
10 (Yod) + 6 (Vav) = 16
10 (Yod) + 5 (Heh) = 15
5 (Heh) + 6 (Vav) = 11
5 (Heh) + 5 (Heh) = 10
6 (Vav) + 5 (Heh) = 11

The values, interestingly, add up to a grand sum of 78, which matches the total number of cards in the Tarot deck. I believe that this is compelling, if perhaps not conclusive, evidence that the number of cards in the Tarot deck–as with the number of major arcana cards in the Tarot deck–is 78: it shows the Judaic influence on the Tarot itself.

Interestingly, the number of letters in each Watchtower tablet is 156, which is double 78. The black cross of the Great Table uses each 5-letter name of God (EXARP, HCOMA, BITOM, & NANTA) twice, which suggests that the 156 itself is a doubling of 78. The Daughter of Fortitude (whom Crowley dubbed Babalon) is Herself associated with the 156 as well. Finally, it should be noted that the Tetragrammaton value of 26 (10+5+6+5) is one of the 32 words associated with a unique Enochian word (OX).

The Book of Supplications & 19-Day Ritual, Revisited

Earlier in my Enochian journey, I did a version of the 19-day ritual prescribed by the angel Ave to Dee & Kelley; essentially I used Dee’s Fundamentalis ad DEVM Supplicatio, et Obtestatio pro Angelorum Bonorum, benigno, habendo Ministerio.

For a few months I have asked the angels if I should re-do this ritual, and I was told no, the previous ritual was sufficient. Yet when I finally realized I hadn’t done this for the zodiacal table & lamen, the angels mentioned that yes, I can perform another 19-day ritual for these tools. This time, I have composed the text myself.

Included in the text are 40 Enochian names of God; the first 14 days pair the 7 names of God from the heptagon on the SDA with the 7 names in the outer triangles of the septagram on the zodiacal holy table:

ZllRHia, Omorphi

aZCaacb, Phacola

paupnhr, Calbria

hdmhiai, Tadgems

kkaaeee, Itediga

iieelll, Prozola

eellMG+, Ohapio+

The next 7 names are along the inside of the same heptagon; the codes (e.g., 21/8.) are spelled out according to the names later associated with the angels which are also contained within the same table:








The next 16 names come from the Great Table of the Watchtowers:









Finally, I included three names of God which I have found particularly beautiful:

IADOIASMOMAR (“God Eternally Crowned,” a long, 12-letter name)

ENAY (“Lord”)

PELE (“Wonder-Worker”).

Together, there are 241 letters, plus the two crosses indicated, for a total of 243 letters, or 3^5.

The 19-day ritual will follow the general format of the original ritual: four days of prayer to God (likely thrice daily). The next 14 days will be devoted to calling three angels each day, the first twelve for the zodiacal kings and the planetary kings and princes associated with the those zodiacal sign’s domicile rulers:

  1. Olpaged -Babalel-Befafes
  2. Ziracah Baligon – Bagenol
  3. Hononol -Bnaspol-Blisdon
  4. Zarnaah -Blumaza -Bralges
  5. Gebabal -Bobogel – Bornogo
  6. Zurchol – Bnaspol – Blisdon
  7. Alpudus – Baligon – Bagenol
  8. Cadaamp – Babalel-Befafes
  9. Zarzilg – Bynepor-Butmono
  10. Lavavoth – Bnapsen -Brorges
  11. Zinggen – Bnapsen -Brorges
  12. Arfaolg – Bynepor-Butmono

The next two days will include their own angelic triads: the first includes the angel Murifri, who revealed the Heptarchy, and the high king and high prince over the Heptarchy, Carmara/Marmara & Hagonel. The final triad includes the angels GaZaVaa, Galvah, & Galethog, very important angels to the SDA & the Watchtowers.

My next post will be about a second gebofal operation I have been inspired to undergo.

The Sum of Creation: Squares and the Additional Mathematics of Enochian

Reflecting on the Enochian system of John Dee & Edward Kelley, the numerical component has always been of interest to me. In particular, the elements strongly reflect the meaning of squares, which can be thought of as the unfolding (as in the mathematical product of two numbers being a pure, Divine form of Creation). This is especially important with the number 19, which is the square root of 361, which seems to represent the number of degrees of a circle or a sphere, plus the center. (Note that the idea of the heavenly sphere(s) is very common in ancient and medieval thinking). As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, 19 is also the sum of the number of signs of the zodiac (itself falling along the 360° ecliptic), plus the 7 planets (whose motion around the zodiac is the subject of astrology).

A shape related to the circle in ancient and medieval thinking is the square. One question that perplexed mathematicians was how to square the circle, which is to say how to create a square with the appropriate side length such that its area would match that of a circle of a given radius. This is quite difficult because one must take the square root of pi (today, of course, is Pi Day) to do so. A square can also be thought of as a self-referential product; a side times itself creating an area (square numbers got their name from the same concept; a square of side length n has an area of n*n).

This idea can be extended to the concept of another product, which is to say all of Creation by the Divine. As we shall see, the squares are integral (heh) to Enochian, but we must consider in advance which numbers may be important, and how far this concept may go. One can make a parallel (ah, how language recapitulates mathematics again!) to the number of days of Creation in the book of Genesis, which is to say, seven, and which is explicitly blessed as holy. Seven is of course a number integral to Enochian, with its Heptarchy and its 49 by 49 (7^2 by 7^2) tables in the book of Liber Loagaeth (more properly called Amzes Naghezes Hardeh). Before continuing, I’ll make the aside that the idea of numbers as being integral to Creation is paralleled in Pythagoreanism (and, I’m sure, many other traditions which I am not aware of). I can’t claim to be an expert on Pythagoreanism, nor of course to the be-all, end-all of the esoteric traditions it’s influenced (the SHWEP is working on that difficult project!), but it’s fair to say that the idea of The One being a Creator of all numbers is important; this concept of the Unity of the Divine is common to Judaism and Islam.

Christianity has this idea but complicates it somewhat with the concept of the Trinity; (Pythagoreanism also held the number three to be very important); because Enochian is in the Christian tradition, the number three will be a guide, but also the number seven, again, as the number of days of Creation. We should also again keep in the back of our minds Matthew 20:16: “The last will be first, and the first will be last,” and consider the possibility of reversal and, by extension, doubling.

The first square integer is 1^2 = 1, the next is 2^2=4, and the next is 3^2 = 9. Together, these sum to 14 = 7 + 7, as if we have gone the length of creation, seven, and then back again. This will be of interest later.

Next three squares (16, 25, & 36) total 77 (the number of times we are to forgive our brother—that or 7*7 = 490), and here we have a palindrome of a number, and repeating the seven again. Together the first six squares total 91, which is the number of Parts of Earth in the Watchtowers, and 7 * 13 as with Christ and his apostles (and Israel and his sons) multiplied by the holy number of 7, in addition to being the reverse of 19.

We can pause here to note that adding the next square of 7^2 = 49 to this–which is to say, the sum of the first seven squares–gives us 140, reflecting the sum of the first three squares again.

Yet continuing with triads of squares, we can sum the three squares of 49, 64, & 81, which sum to 194, which is the number of pages of Liber Loagaeth (front and back), 98, plus the number of pages of the Book of Silvered Leaves, 96.

The next three squares, 100, 121, & 144 sum to 365, the number of days of the year. Finally, we come to the next two squares 13^2 (169) + 14^2 (196) = 365 again. It’s as if we’ve gone from 7 days of the week and back through the trinity, and, in following that first sum of creation, we’ve gone through the 365 days of the year and back again as well.

Summing the first 14 squares, we come to 1015, the digits of which sum to 7. Interestingly, summing the first 14 numbers themselves comes to 105, the number of letters on the last leaf of Liber Loagaeth (dwarfed by those on any of the rest of the leaves, to be sure!). It’s as if the divine unity (1) comes through as a digit via the process of Creation. Both 105 and 1015 are evenly divisible by 35, yielding 3 and 29, respectively, seeing the Trinity coming through again; 29 comes through repeatedly in a previous post.

It’s here that the pattern of triads seems to end, yet we have another sum of squares through 21. 21^2 = 441 is already important on its own in Enochian as both the sum of the numbers in the cells around the Sigillum Dei Aemeth (440 plus 1 for the unity of the Divine as explained by the Archangel Michael) and the number of cells with individual letters on Leaf 1b (9 rows * 49 columns). The sums of squares 1^2 + 2^2 + … 20^2 + 21^ 2 = 1202, which is 1 or 2 more letters than the (main) letters on later leaves of Liber Loagaeth (e.g., Leaf 30b, Glonz alnoptd, & 31a, Gemnarv Hvncol). Or, if one doubles this number to 2404, then it is 3 more than the letters from a table on one of the earlier pages.

Looking again to the sum of squares through 28, we see the total is 7714; through 35, we come to 14910. The patterns seem to end approximately here, but, of course, the reader is encouraged to reach out if they find additional robust patterns.

Scrying the “Inner Aethyr” of TRATOMB

Enochian is an interesting practice because there are many suggestions that it’s intended to be expanded from the source material of John Dee’s diaries. First, it embodies the idea of continuous revelation, which is to say that the Divine continues to reveal itself to us, because Dee and Edward Kelley literally petitioned God for knowledge, understanding, wisdom, etc. Second, because it’s been reconstructed from lost material, we have to make do with the information that we have and fill in the gaps in the material. Third, there are times in the source material itself that the angels hint at additional material, such as the 30 additional Parts of Earth (for a total of 121, or 11 squared) or the hints that a different Holy Table may be ultimately used, which differs from the original one received.

So it was that I found myself looking at the notes on my phone that I took when creating the Book of Silvered Leaves: a 31st “inner” Aethyr that I just forgot about (LOL–remember to take notes, kids!) by the name of TRATOMB. Unlike the first 30 Aethyrs, this one’s name is seven letters long, which means that all the letters in these Aethyrs (so far) total 97. This is an interesting parallel to me between the Book of Silvered Leaves (96 leaves across 48 pages) and the Book Amzes Naghezes Hardeh (commonly known as Liber Loagaeth, which is 98 leaves across 49 pages–though there are 101 tables in all on it).

I recently scried this Aethyr and the pertinent parts from the vision are below:

I began by seeing four separate circles in a row, with the 3rd one offset downward, reminding me of the dip in a ladle. The four circles seemed like the Tetragrammaton to me. Then they arranged themselves as the base of a square pyramid (a symbol which appeared to me during my reconstructed gebofal ritual). They then told me to imagine these five points as a 5-cell rather than a square pyramid.

Next, I saw eight circles at the points of a cube. The circles then continued to increase according to the Fibonacci sequence. I reflected on how adding or subtracting 1 to elements of the Enochian system got you interesting results: 4 watchtowers plus one gets you 5, the fifth Fibonacci integer; the seven kings of the Heptarchia plus the one king over them (Carmara) gets you to 8, the sixth Fibonacci integer. 12 zodiacal kings plus one gets you 13, the seventh Fibonacci integer (Carmara has noted to me that, as Marmara, he also is the high king over the zodiacal kings); note that the dimensions of the watchtowers are 12 by 13. The 21 letters of the Enochian alphabet themselves are the eighth Fibonacci integer, and adding 1 comes to 22, the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet.

When it comes to reversals (the angels liked to reverse things, quoting Christ in Matthew, and numbers are no exception), 13 is the reverse of 31 (the Gematria value of one Hebrew name for God, El), 21 is the reverse of 12 (the number of apostles, tribes of Israel, signs of the zodiac, etc.).

At this point in the vision, I made an odd error–I added 21 to 8, not 13. I say that this is odd because I very rarely make arithmetic errors or mathematical errors in general (you’ll just have to take my word for it). At any rate, this led me to 29, which is an important Enochian number (see my summary of the number 29 as part of a larger analysis; a possibly easier to read summary, which follows from a more general introduction to Enochian, can be found in my Telicom article reprint). From here I added this to 21 and got 50, which is of course important in Gematria. This got me thinking about a potential alternatives to Fibonacci: 1,1,2,3,5,7 (5+2),12,19,31,50,81,112 (81+31–112 is the original number of letters in the vision given to Edward Kelley for Leaf 49)–every 6th number adds the previous number with the number two places back (rather than one).

Next, the angels pointed to the need to both add and subtract 1; subtracting from 4, you get 3, the number of points need to make a plane (note that Galvah mentioned “The Mystery of the Trinity”). 4 itself is the minimum number of points for the simplest 3D solid, a tetrahedron, while 5 is the minimum number for a hyperspace object, the aforementioned 5-cell. From 8, you can subtract to 7 (the septenary nature of Enochian), or up to 9, the trinity squared. From 13 (Christ and the apostles, Israel and his sons) you can go down to 12 or up to 14 (the number of kings and princes in the Heptarchy). From 21, you can go down to 20–half of 40 (cells in the outer ring of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth, Christ’s days in the desert, Noah’s days on the ark), or up to 22 as mentioned above. From 29 you can go down to 28 (Enochian’s 7 times the 4 watchtowers) or up to 30 (the number of Aethyrs received by Dee, the number of degrees in each sign of the zodiac). Ultimately the angels told me to look up the geometry, which is mostly done here–leave a comment if you find more interesting geometrical parallels.

Next the angels show me a light and a fractal pattern, then a golden ratio, but the angels are specific that I ought to think of this more as a fractal pattern. The golden ratio is an irregular number which converges after a long series, whereas a fractal pattern is regular from the beginning; “As above, so below, and as below, so above.” The angels show me that the light is coming through in this vision, and shows me my “point” along this fractal pattern, and show me that within, the pattern continues in a shrinking fashion, and without, it continues in a growing fashion. It’s up to the heart to rectify itself to the fractal of divinity, to “get out of its stupor” (misalignment of consciousness from the Divine).

When we move ourselves into the clear-light consciousness, because the “outer” world is not yet rectified with the Divine, there is the “skew” that CodyP has talked about, which slightly misaligns us once more out of the fractal of the Divine. The nature of the “Great Work” is to do the difficult thing of compensating for the dynamic skew. I ask, “How do I do this for myself? What is it that keeps me here?” The Divine answers, “It’s partly karma”–in the sense of how every seeker must undo a lot in their ecosystem. Because of the karma, we overly identify with the karma. We need to release ourselves from this thinking, and allow the fact that it’s going to take time. The Divine does what he can, knocking out some obstacles in my head, heart, and in the rest of my system. The Divine repeats to “just be patient, just do the work, just keep doing the work: that’s all you ever need to do,” and laughs gently. The Divine shows me one part in particular with respect to a major recent event in my life, he knocks the obstacle in my heart out there, too–allowing a greater freedom within these circumstances.

I see a large sphere that is being held by a space taken up by a cone, or more precisely a line that is rotating about an axis to create a cone. The xy-axis is not quite able to spin at the appropriate rate for the sphere to stay in the same level; this is a metaphor for the heart not being able to stay in the clear light. How does the heart compensate for this? It needs to find the bias within that is reflected in the bias without and somehow compensate for it. Part of it is working through the “unreality” or misconception or “lower-level” thinking that happens when one tries to armor the heart against the outside world. One also needs to compensate for the fact that not everyone else has done that yet and to allow for that. In that allowing and in that constant work of compassion and wisdom–yet not identifying with or craving a particular end-result of that compassion and wisdom–just allowing one’s heart to be in that space. Wisdom essentially allows one to be as effective as possible at one’s compassion, but the highest wisdom is not getting caught up in the particular results.

The vision ends and I feel very uplifted.