On the “Remaining” 30 Governors of the Parts of Earth

Robin E. Cousins (in “The Physical Location of the Ninety-one Parts of the Earth Named by Man, as Detailed in the Liber Scientiae Auxilii et Victoriae Terrestris of John Dee, in Elizabethan Magic (ed. Robert Turner) and reprinted as Appendix III in Lon Milo DuQuette’s Enochian Vision Magick) details 91 parts of the Earth over which angelic governors have dominion. In DuQuette’s Appendix II, these governors are listed. The original transmission on May 23, 1584–via the angel Nalvage–was of 91 governors and their associated parts of Earth (these 91 governors also are associated with the 30 Aethyrs, three per Aethyr except for TEX). Yet there appear to have been plans to transmit be 30 more of them (this makes sense, given that this would make a square’s worth of governors: 121), but Kelley, to Dee’s chagrin, appears to have just moved on from them completely. My guess is that the 30 angels are related to the 30 Aethyrs, but perhaps in a different way from the first 91; mathematically 121 angels would make four, rather than three, governors per Aethyr (TEX would have five).

I went ahead and made an Enochian-language prayer asking God to send Nalvage to transmit the remaining 30 governors over these parts of Earth, and over two sessions (one on the 16th and the other just now). I also had the Round Tablet of Nalvage prominently displayed. On a personal note, this was a difficult energy to maintain (no wonder Kelley was unhappy with the process!), taking a lot of adjustment and concentration on my part. There’s a reason Nalvage’s name means Earth-fleer–his energy seems to naturally be drawn back to heaven. At any rate, what follows is the list of governor names which came through (note that I only asked for the governors’ names–I was told it was for someone else to scry the actual parts of Earth associated with them). I have roughly grouped the governors into two groups. The first is those governors whose names came via idiosyncratic methods (I recorded this so it should be reconstructible):

MRMCORA
CRANNIT
DAVIAMM
SCADDIP

AXAMIDR
NODXIUA
FASTARR
ARIZIDI
VONATAX
ZONOTAX
NONMADG
POAGION

DANTIPH
ANOTOMB
POVOXRA

Governors from in the diagonals of the Watchtowers:

LODCIAX
SIAPAPL
SAVELBM
LAXDGAT

ALAGXOR
ARNDOLR
ALACDUA
ADOSALD

AZRBADA
LKIMGNB
AIISNXM
LHZNLXA

ATRAAAA
HASTORR
AIAKROX

You may notice the “missing” 31st governor, HUTMOCS (east/fire Watchtower tablet), whose energy is not really a part of the earth per se, but more like a fulcrum between Heaven and Earth, and hence very powerful. This would make 122 governors rather than 121, but I was told that the HUTMOCS is separate and is like the 1 added to the 440 around the Sigillum Dei Aemeth.

I hope this is useful to those who continue to work on completing and expanding the original Enochian transmission.

Appendix: Prayer for God to send Nalvage for the purposes of transmitting the remaining governors’ names (this can be modified to simply focus on the remaining parts of the Earth):

NAH, IEH JAIDA: IX OI NOALN MOZOD K’YLSI: ODO CICLE OMP DE OL (Oh-EL) OD NORZ SAANIR CAOSGO OD PRIAZ ARTABAS PAR, DSCHIS GE EMNA A’ OI ACOCASB DE IADNAMAD DE CORDZIZ. DRIX AQLO CNOQOD NALVAGE, FAFEN TOX BIAL MIAM OI OMP.

“Glorious, merciful highest God: let this become Divine joy unto Thee [i.e., “please”]: open the mysteries of Understanding of the 24 and six [24 + 6 = 30] parts of the earth and those that govern them, which are not here in this time of the pure knowledge of mankind. Bring down your servant Nalvage, to the intent that his voice continues this understanding.”

Update: I don’t claim to be the best scryer in the world, and so happily invite others who use the Enochian system to validate “neo-Enochian” work like this.

Fractal Enochian: Zodiacal Kings, Heptarchical Kings, and the parts of the Earth

I may have one more Enochian post this year, but I wanted to mention some observations about the overall structure of Enochian that I noticed recently. Enochian’s powerful initiatory system of the 30 Aethyrs has 91 governors, which correspond to the same number of “parts of the earth” (the governors’ names are derived from the Enochian Watchtowers). 91 is an interesting number Kabbalistically, as Bill Heidrick points out, for it is the sum of 50 (Mem-Yod: “Who?”) and 41 (Mem-Aleph: “What?”).

91 is also interesting in that it is 7*13. Enochian is septenary, but 13 is interesting; it’s Jesus with His disciples, or Israel with his 12 sons/its 12 tribes. Each Watchtower tablet is 12 by 13. Moreover, because the angels were keen on reversals (“The last shall be first, and the first, last”): 91 is the reverse of 19, which is a significant number in Enochian. The first 19 calls complement the 30 calls to the Aethyrs, which sum to 49 (7×7). 19 is also the number of zodiacal kings (12) and heptarchical kings (7). (13 is the reverse of 31, which is the number associated with the name of God “El” in Hebrew and which appears as a number in Enochian called “GA” (which is also the name of an angel).

Together 91 and 19 sum to 110. This sum is very close to 111, the number associated with the fully spelled letter Aleph. However, there is a 92nd governor, Laxdizi, whose name can be derived in the same way as 90 of the other governors (the name Governor Paraoan, who is included as one of the 91 governors, was derived from the watchtowers in a different manner from the other 90), suggesting the system is subtly pointing at 111. 92 is 23*4, and 23 is the total number of kings in the system (for there are four elemental kings, each at the center of a watchtower tablet, to go with the 12 zodiacal and 7 heptarchical kings).

Updates or follow-up posts as they occur to me.

Watchtower Calls and Servient Aethyr Angels: the Numerical Connection

Updates at bottom.

I realized that as I’ve been doing Watchtower calls in these latter days gebofal, I’ve added in names of some Aethyric governor zodiacal king pairs, without explaining them enough to you.

The rationale for adding these pairs of names has to do with the calls themselves, which often reference very large numbers. Each Zodiacal king within an Aethyr is assigned a very large number of servient angels, so it occurred to me that these numbers could match, or at least approximate, the number referenced in the call. And after doing some research, that’s exactly what I found:

Actual Watchtower call numberSpoken call number (conventional)Large number (>1000) in callNearest number of servient angels assigned to a Zodiacal King in AethyrsAethyr name(s)Associated Zodiacal King name in AethyrAssociated Aethyric Governor(s)Difference between large numbers:
191863326333UTIZiracahObvaors1
181773367336LIL/PAZ, ZEN, BAGSee belowSee below0
171687638763ZAX, LOE, OXO, POPSee below See below 0
161567396739ZAX, OXO, POPSee belowSee below0
151416361617ZAXZarzilgTabitom19
1413N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
131236633660ZOMAlpudusVirooli3
1211N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
111056785658ASPZurcholVixpalg20
10999969996ZIPHononolOddiorg0
98N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
87N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
7676997706DEOHononolGenadol7
656963669636LIL, ZIP, POP, RII***0
5496399639LIT, OXO, LINSee belowSee below0
43N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
32N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
21N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
*Call 6 Zodiacal Kings: Zarzilg (twice), Zinggen (twice), Alpudus, Hononol (twice), Lavavoth, Arfaolg (twice), Cadaamp, Zarnaah
**Call 6 Governors: Occodon, Pascomb, Valgars (LIL-1); Oddiorg, Cralpir, Doanzin (ZIP-9); Torzoxi, Abriond, Omagrap (POP-19); Vastrim, Odraxti, Gomziam (RII-29)

I was only able to find the large number of 69636 by using Excel Solver Add-in. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.

If you’ve been following along, the Aethyrs and their numbers have some neat features: ZIP is not only the first post-abyssal Aethyr, its number, 9, multiplied by 49 (7*7) yields 441, the sum of the numbers of the outer ring of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth; 9 is also the number of rows of 49 cells of letters at the bottom of Leaf 1B.

The number 19 is of interest because that is the number of calls which are unrelated to the Aethyrs. It is also the sum of the number of astrological planets and the number of zodiacal signs.

LIL is of course the highest Aethyr and its number, 1, suggests the unity of the Divine, while 29, seems to be more of interest in relationship to the other Aethyrs. Summed with 1, it becomes 30, the number of Aethyrs. Summed with 19, it becomes 48, the total number of spoken calls, and also the number of classical elements times the number of zodiacal signs.

Note that I did not actually try to solve for the exact number of angels until today, and the only thing that can be solved for now is a superior combination of individual governors adding to 9639. I’ll go ahead and see if that or any of the large numbers from the preceding gebofal Days 31-39 can be reached by adding together smaller numbers of servient angels, as a bit of prospective rectification and penance. Onward!

Update 1: There was no solution for 1636 (for there weren’t enough numbers from the zodiacal king/governor dyads to draw from). MS Excel Solver found there was also no solution for the following large numbers: 1636, 3663, 5678, and 6332. However, there was a solution for 6739, which is the sum of 1367, 1367 (and this number does appear twice within OXO, for Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) and Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn)), 1617 (ZAX, Tabitom/Zarzilg (Sagittarius)), and 2388 (POP, Omagrap/Zinggen (Aquarius)). Of note is that these are the 30th, 43rd, 44th, and 57th dyads: both 30+57 and 43+44=87, which is 29*3.

Together these sum to 174, which has factors of 2, 3, and 29 (which we saw above). The three signs associated with these kings, Sagittarius, Capricorn, and Aquarius, are in astrological order. The numbers of the Aethyrs referenced is also clearly of interest: the 15th Aethyr is referenced twice, suggesting 30, the total number of Aethyrs. POP is once again referenced, which has the number 19; 30+19=49. which is the total number of leaves of Amzes Naghezes Hardeh (Liber Loagaeth). ZAX, the abyssal 10th Aethyr, is referenced; 10+30 = 40, a biblically significant number and the number of cells in the outer ring of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth, as well as the number of rows of cells with words in Leaf 1B (the remaining 9 rows’ cells contain only letters and punctuation). Finally, 10+19 = 29, the number we saw in the analysis of 69636.

I will provide further updates on the remaining numbers as findings of solutions or lack thereof present themselves.

Update 2: Well, that went a LOT faster in Linux LibreCalc! The solution to 7336 was: 2346 (Aethyr 18, ZEN, Nabaomi/Gebabal, Leo, 52nd dyad), 2360 (Aethyr 1, LIL, Pascomb/Zinggen, Aquarius, 2nd dyad) or Aethyr 4, PAZ, Thotanp/Lavavoth, Capricorn, 10th dyad), and 2630 (Aethyr 27, BAG, Labnixp/Lavavoth, Capricorn, 82nd dyad).

To the arithmetic on the Aethyrs, this is: 18+1 = 19, as seen above. 18+4 = 22, the number of letters of the Hebrew alphabet, and 18+4+27 = 49, as seen above. 27+4 = 31, the Gematria of the name of God, El, and 27+1 = 28, which is the number of planets times the number of elements. On the dyads: 2+10= 12, the number signs of the zodiac; 82+52+10 = 144, 12 squared; 82+2 = 84, the number of planets times the number of signs of the zodiac. We also have the total of 54, which we will see at the bottom solution.

8763 has the solution of 1367, 1617, 2388, and 3391. The first two numbers we’ve seen before, in Aethyr 15, OXO, (and in this case it’s for either Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) or Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn)); Aethyr 10, ZAX (Tabitom/Zarzilg (Sagittarius)), Aethyr 19, POP (Omagrap/Zinggen (Aquarius)), and now Aethyr 12, LOE (Ambriol/Ziracah, Taurus). Once again we have 15+15+19=49, 15+15+10=40, and 12+19=31. These are the 30th, 43rd, 44th, 57th, and now the 36th dyads; these sum to 210, which is the number of Aethyrs (or degrees of an astrological sign) times the number of planets.

9639 has the solution of 1367, 1367, 2232, 2306, and 2367. Both 1367s are from Aethyr 15, OXO, for Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) and Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn). 2232 and 2367 are both from Aethyr 22, LIN (Ozidaia/Arfaolg, Pisces; Calzirg/Arfaolg, Pisces). 2306 is from Aethyr 5, LIT (Nocamal/Alpudus, Libra). The interesting Aethyr arithmetic includes is 22+22+5 = 49. These governors and kings are the 14th, 43rd, 44th, 64th, 66th Governor/Zodiacal King dyads. The sum of these is one more than the previous at 211, which is the 47th prime number. It’s also the reverse of 112, which is the number of letters originally in the transmission of Leaf 49, which, if you’ll recall, was to have 5 tables of 21 letters; this call corresponds to the 5th spoken call.

Additional notes: Half (five) of these large numbers had solutions, whereas the other half did not. Note that Capricorn has shown up in all of these solutions (Capricorn is also the only zodiacal king with an 8-letter name: Lavavoth). The differences between each call and their closest number available in an Aethyr is of interest: 1, 3, 7, 19, 20. Those interested in Gematria will note their sum. Also, the directionality of (-1) + (-7) = -8 suggests the Heptarchy (7 kings plus one high king), as does the sum of 3+19+20=42 (the number of ministers to each king/prince dyad).

I have updated the table above.

Update 3: I noticed that there were still a lot of smaller (<=1K) numbers in the calls, and decided to explore these:

[Spoken] Call 13: 42.
Call 12: 28.
Call 11: 5 and 31.
Call 10: 22 and 24, 1000, 1000
Call 9: 2, 8, and 2.5.
Call 8: 26
Call 7: 28
Call 6: 9
Call 5: 1, 2, 19, 19
Call 4: 33 and 456
Call 3: 12, 6, 6, 12, and 456.

These numbers sum to 3249.5. Oddly, I had initially neglected the 1000’s in Call 10, and liked seeing the sum of 1249.5, for this is exactly one half of 2499, which is the number of cells on a side of most of the pages of Amzes Naghezes Hardeh/Liber Loagaeth (2401) plus the number of sides of the pages thereof (98). Then it occurred to me that 1000 has a relationship to the call it appears in, 10, which is to say, its cube. This might be a rationale to exclude it. If I keep add even divisibility to the mix, then 28 (from Call 7) and 12, 6, 6, 12, and 456 (Call 3) should be excluded, for a total of 757.5; these digits come to 24. Its double, 1515, comes to 12, or if you add the 15’s, then you get 30, which is obviously important to Enochian.

I like 1249.5 better. 😀

How the Pieces of Enochian Fit Together, Part 1

This is a little trip into the various bits of Enochian—the Heptarchy, Liber Loagaeth, and the Watchtowers/Aethyrs (for the purposes of this post, I’ll use the angels’ characterization of the last as a single part of the system).

It occurred to me last night, as I was falling asleep (my hypnagogic mind is way smarter than this waking mind is), how very well these parts match up with the 360 degrees of a circle. Causabon’s relation has Gabriel describing an angel who “governeth Hyleich, which is the matter of the four Elements, and which onely is an Element” (this suggests the element spirit), the “Princes and Governours also of the 4 Elements…The angels also of the 48 angles of the heavens.” Angles indicates geometry, and is suggestive of astrology. “Forty-eight angles” suggested each angle was 7.5 degrees to Dee–360 degrees divided by 48, and, as Leitch assesses, likely an astrological inference, and rightly so.

Then it occurred to me that there is an interesting structure to the elemental Watchtowers: four kings, 24 ministers, 16 kerubs and 16 so-called “lesser” angels–60 in all. For each of the elements, this comes to 15 angels. I considered how these might be arranged: there are three signs for each of the four elements in astrology (twelve signs in all across the 360 degrees of the zodiac). Each sign thus has 30 degrees and in each element are 90 degrees in all. This matches well with the 15 angels; each angel can occupy two degrees per sign per element, and this twoness makes sense if one one considers the duality of sect (note also that the first two of the first 16 spoken Enochian calls reflect a duality in themselves: invocation and evocation).

Another thing occurred to me: the four watchtower tablets together have 156 letters (156 being closely associated with Babalon), yet the Great Table (the original or the Tabula Recensa) itself has 176 letters–if one counts the elemental names of God–EXARP, HCOMA, BITOM, NANTA–only once (each name is duplicated in a mirror image) in the Black Cross. Thus, we are four letters away from 180, and it occurred to me that PELE, the name on the ring “without which” the magician “shall do nothing,” is four letters–combining this with the Great Table thus creates 180 letters–which can also be considered to have a duality in the sense of sect, thus nicely totaling 360 to match the 360 degrees of the zodiacal circle (and circles in general). Note also that the arrangement of the four tablets–earth opposite air, and fire opposite water–matches the first two signs of the first half of the zodiac and the first two signs of the second half of the zodiac: Aries, Taurus, Libra, and Scorpio (this is the order they appear in the zodiac), which are ruled by Mars, Venus, Venus, and Mars, respectively. The order of these signs differs in the order of the Tabula Recensa, however: Aries (upper-left), Libra (upper-right), Scorpio (lower-right), and Taurus (lower-left). This further suggests a mirroring which differs from the mirroring of the Thema Mundi.

Yet I have been working with Liber Loagaeth, and this raises another question: if the Watchtower angels are called with calls 1-18 (2-19 if one considers the first call “unspoken”), and this matches Leaves 2-19, then what of the final 30 calls and final 30 leaves? Here, again, we have a nice overlay with the number of degrees of the zodiac; each Aethyr matches each degree of all 12 signs of the zodiac, and the most powerful Aethyr, LIL, matches the most powerful degree of each sign, the so-called anaretic degree. My experience with LIL was of a sphere, suggesting the realization, in three dimensions, of a circle. However, LIL relates to Kether (“Crown”) in the Kabbalah, not Chokmah (which is ruled by the zodiac); this understanding of the crown is the realization of the unity of space and time, and hints of the unified forces of the universe. Scrying the Aethyrs brings one into a realization of the fundamental unity of the forces of Binah/Babalon with Chokmah.

Naturally, the Zodiac has within it seven planets which rule the 12 signs of the zodiac, and the last of these planets, Saturn, is said to rule Binah. This brings us back to the Heptarchy, and the septenary nature of the Heptarchy and Loagaeth. The angelic kings, princes, and ministers of the Heptarchy occupy 343 (seven cubed) letters of the “Tabula bonorum angelorum invocationes,” which is seventeen less than the number of degrees of the zodiac. Considering A) the unspoken call as suggestive of the center of a circle, and B) the 1st and 2nd calls as being an artificial duality of i) interior and exterior, ii) invocation and evocation, iii) sephiroth and planetary rulers, iv) two circles allow for a third dimension for a sphere. Thus, the first nineteen initial calls can be conceptually reduced to seventeen, and the Heptarchical system can be numerically linked with the overall structure of the Watchtowers.

One thing I haven’t mentioned yet: Liber Loagaeth! After Leaf 1 (which is 4361 words followed by 9×49 cells of individual letters), each of the next 27 leaves (excluding the titles!) has 4802 letters (2401 per side), which, after subtracting a center letter in the middle on each side (see prior posts), comes to 4800, or 48 * 100, or 360 * 40/3. The next 20 leaves, excluding titles have half this number, 2401. The final leaf is five tables of 21 letters, or 105. Excluding Leaf 1, this gives us, excluding titles, 177779 letters (hm, a preponderance of the digit 7!). I went ahead and added up the number of letters across the titles: 1614 letters. Overall, this comes to 179393 letters, and this is a prime number(!). Leaf 1 has 10851 letters on side A (according to my excel document, which I have tweaked to account for punctuation, but may not have caught everything), which is a prime number. Leaf B has 7785+441=8226 letters. Unfortunately, this doesn’t add up to something useful yet, but I’ll keep looking. 🙂

A Solution to Liber Loagaeth: Part 2

This post follows on to this post, and is edited from a Discord discussion about my thinking about the ring nature of the leaves of Loagaeth. Thanks to Jon Ciel of Uizelian magic and Argus for their feedback and input, some of which I have incorporated.

So here’s the outlines of an approach to unlocking Liber Loagaeth that I’ve been thinking about; the Great Table in Enochian is 25 letters wide by 27 letters high. This is divided into four quadrants, typically thought of as elemental in nature, but also includes the names of all 91 (or 92) governors.

There are 94 Liber Loagaeth half-leaves of 49×49 grids (more on this in a moment). So the idea here is you place a reduced Great Table (24×24) by eliminating the names of God (the 12-letter names, e.g., ORO IBAH AOZPI–they are holy, after all) in the four quadrants corners as well as the entire Black cross. Then, overlay four Great Tables in the onto a 49×49 leaf. This leaves (heh) each 49×49 table with its own central cross, possibly as the key to try to solve it.

Another possibility (let’s call it Approach 2) is removing only two of the rows, leaving a 24×25 and overlaying this version four times (two of them would be rotated 90 degrees). This would leave a single letter in the center as the possible key to solving it.

There are some advantages to each approach. Approach 1 leaves a nice parallel to the Great Table. Furthermore, this Central Cross is more evenly balanced than the Great Table’s Black Cross, and could be folded three dimensionally into two rings, like so:

Which would look similar to this diagram by Johannes Dryander:

Annulorum trium diversi generis

In fact, this suggests that a third ring should be added, such as at the 13th and 37th rows or columns. I would stick with rows, though, because this would continue the parallel to the Great Table. Ultimately there would be 9 letters in all, and this parallels not only the bottom of Leaf 1b (which is a 9×49 table) as well as the sum of the numbers in the SDA (which totals 441: “Truth” in Gematria).

Approach 2 has its own merits. Not only does respect the placements of the central names of God (after all, these are the names on the Tablet of Union!), it leaves each of them four times, not twice (if this sounds tricky, consider we could instead have a 25×24 modified Great Table by leaving the column of the Black Cross as-is and instead deleting its row along with the rows for the four 12-letter names of God. Why would this matter? This means that you get 16 names–a perfect parallel to the Great Table–as well as a Gematrially-sound 1 + 6 = 7, matching the septuple nature underlying the entire system. On a personal note, 16^2 = 256, and I was specifically asked to calculate the ratio of a 5D-volume of a 5-sphere circumscribed about a 5-simplex vs one inscribed…it was 256:1. Took me a while to find the formulae, (thank you Google Books), but I did.

Both approaches include deleting the names of God in the Great Table. Note that this leaves 77 governors, which adds both the septuple nature and also appears in the 2nd Book of Chronicles, the Gospel of Matthew (and, via an alternative interpretation of that passage as 70 times 7, the Book of Daniel.

We’ll come back to another Bible verse in a moment, but here is a sequential summary of what constitutes the leaves of Liber Loagaeth:

  1. One half-leaf, which actually is 49 long lines of text;
  2. One half-leaf which is a hybrid of 40 lines of text with a 9×49 table at the end to complete it;
  3. 54 straight-up 49×49 tables of letters (and with one exception, numbers), each of them uniquely titled;
  4. 40 titled tables of 49×49 with every other letter missing (i.e., tables to be completed/solved).
  5. One table of five 21-letter triangles (side length 6).

Another bible passage that is used by the angels in their transmission to Dee & Kelley, and seems very apt, is The Gospel of Luke (here I use the King James Version): “And, behold, there are last which shall be first, and there are first which shall be last.” This suggests that the last table should at least be considered first; I have yet to write it but it can be found at the end of this version attributed to Donald Correll. Perhaps the sequence of all of the chapters of the book is to be reversed.

Some of what I have realized about this last table is that it was originally transmitted via Galvah (whose is described as “the end of wisdom”–suggesting the path of Aleph (or Heh, depending on the source) connecting Chokmah to Kether), and in that transmission, there is an additional word, “LOAGAETH,” which of course itself means “Speech of God.” This leaves 5×21 =105 letters (or 113 letters if we include Loagaeth). This once again leaves two approaches to understanding ways to unlock and use this table.

Both approaches have the five triangles together suggest inner and outer 4-simplexes (AKA a 5-cell), which is a 4-dimensional regular polytope made of tetrahedra (just as the 5-simplex is made of 4-simplexes). Galvah says of this table: “In them is the Divinity of the Trinity. The Mysterie of our Creation. The age of many years. And the conclusion of the World. Of me they are honoured, but of me, not to be uttered: Neither did I disclose them my self: For, they are the beams of my understanding, and the Fountain from whence I water.”

Any correct understanding of this must include a mystery of the Trinity (i.e., look for triangles of words), the mystery of our Creation, and the conclusion of the world. Since this is coming via Dee, we can expect a mathematical bent to this, but let’s first look at one of the triangles (using English letters; sorry if the formatting comes through weird, essentially it’s an equilateral triangle with side-length six (keep that number in mind) and 21 letters arranged from top to bottom in a 1-2-3-4-5-6 format):

S
EG
LOX
IBRI
NCCLA
RZEDDO

The “middle triangle” of 3 that one could make from this would be OBR (Med-Pa/Peh-Don). Thus the mystery of the trinity would be to create one of each of these creating 5 three-letter words in all. This would match the 15-nature of Saturn and, with 105 letters across these five tables, would also be 15*7. This would be the first approach. Keep, 15, 3 and 5 (the factors of 15) and 7 in mind, they’ll come up again.

Taken as-is, the 105 letters of the final table are divisible by 7, 15, yet we see that 15 is the mystery of the trinity, for it means that humanity) long associated with the number 5) is in production with God and with creation (7 planets suggesting the three Kabbalistic worlds of Formation, Creation, and Emanation). Remember that in mathematics, products are definitionally the result of multiplication. The implications of this are that God’s work on earth is something He produced with/through humanity to bear witness to his Creation (105 in Gematria: “God is Witness”/ALAD; “Yah is omniscient”/YHVYDA). Finally, note that Galvah says it is “the conclusion of the world.” Another word for conclusion is “end” and thus “purpose.” This suggests that the end of wisdom is to understand the purpose of the world, and here we see that this purpose is to understand ourselves to be in constant co-working with the trinity (at Binah/Understanding) and the creation. Regardless, we have a strong case for this approach.

The next approach is to note the glaringly absent word LOAGAETH from these equilateral pyramids. Why would happen if we put this at the bottom? The 8-letters would be imbalanced, but if we omit the name of God eL/L (again, too holy to be included), we get 7 letters, and a 1-2-3 triangle (six letters–I told you this number would come up again!) of OBRCCL, which is of side-length three and also a divisible in number by 3.

Well, I admit I had to put something back in to get this interesting take, but let’s step back a minute and look at 113 (the number of letters if you include LOAGAETH). Turns out, this is an interesting number for various reasons. In Gematria, it suggests gems & glowing. Mathematically, it’s prime, and a centered square number, the sum of 49 & 64 (these numbers have a difference of 15!), and is part of a Pythagorean triple of 15(!), 112, and 113. Speaking of triples, 49 (7^2) + 24^2 (576) = 25^2 (625)–now we have our friendly 24×25 returning.

Sticking with the 15/112/113 triple, let’s look at this kabbalistically: 15 squared, which is 225 (“Worthy gift”), which comes to 9 in Gematria. Thus 15 reconciles Yesod (2+2+5=9) with Binah (15 as the the sum of any row in a Saturn Square–you could also say it is 45 (the sum of the entire Saturn square) as seen through humanity (5). 15 itself relates to Hod, leading us back to the 8 and thus 8^2 +49 = 113. 15 itself comes to 6 in Gematria–suggestive of Tiphareth.

112 is not only the first product of 7 with its first 2-digit Kabbalistic form, 16 (16*7=112), it also expands into 12544, which comes to 16 & then to 7. I see this more as a reconciliation of the 7 planets with the product of quadriplicity, the elements interacting with themselves. Alternatively, Jupiter/Chesed is its own product (4^2) and Mercury/Hod meets itself (8*2)–Mercury being a pretty dualistic planet in its own right). On its own, Gematria for 112 includes “To thrust” which suggests Chokmah (it reduces to 4 which is Chesed again, which links directly with Chokmah on the Pillar of Mildness on the Tree of Life), which has been linked to KAOS/disorder in the Aethyrs, and indeed Galvah says of this table, “[I]t signifieth a disorder of the World, and is the speech of the Disorder or Prophesie.”

113^2 is 12769, which comes to 25 & 7 via gematria. 113 itself reduces to 5, suggesting Geburah. The largest number in this Pythagorean triple expands Creation to a balance between Mars (5^2) & Venus at Tiphareth. Creation is balanced within itself. Note that 15=6, 112=4, and 113=5 suggests the central world of Creation.

So I’ve offered two pairs of approaches to solving it, laying out some ideas of what a solution to Loagaeth may look like. The math here is incredible and I respect Dee’s ability as a mathematician, the words within Loagaeth itself do not seem to be glossolalia, and I look forward to finishing copying the book and seeing whether I can combine these insights with 46a (hey, how many chromosomes do humans usually have again?).

One additional thing I would like to do is see what happens when you draw, from the center of the Holy Table of Practice, lines from the center to each of the 7 ensigns and see which letters on the outer square you pick up….