A Solution to Liber Loagaeth, Part 6

Note: see update at bottom.

So one other thing that has previously been observed about Loagaeth is the interspersing of the full Enochian letters throughout the text. For example, the Enochian letter equivalent to the English letter E is Graph, the equivalent to Z is Ceph, etc. The letters of Loagaeth were transmitted one by one, yet the letters themselves sometimes spell out a letter, equivalent to receiving J-A-Y in order to just make the letter J, C-E-E to receive the letter C, and so on. So the simplest of substitutions is to experiment with replacing these spelled-out letters with a single letter, and then using what remains to create a word, the equivalent of turning J-A-Y-O-B into J-O-B by substitution to have the word “job.” I suspect that much more of the Loagaeth text will be readable by just making this change.

You can see a couple of advantages of this sort of veiling of the knowledge for those receiving initiation into these mysteries (or in our case, piercing the veil, since we don’t have Dee or other direct lineage from which to receive initiation!). The main one is that, as Cody P. has mentioned to me, the psychological effect of gestalt and also deeper awareness of our symbols, and connection to how we form them when we pronounce them. Interestingly, the names of the Enochian letters don’t include the sounds they represent. Other than Ged for the equivalent of G and Van for V, no other letters include the sound of the letter within the full names of the Enochian letters: English A is Un in Enochian, B is Pa, C and K are Veh, D is Gal, and so on. It’s almost as if Enochian is trying to lift us up from identification of the letters from their mere “pronunciation” and instead create letters which are separate from their pronunciation, words that are closer to their root meaning, and verbs with so many irregular varieties and varied spellings that the mind has to take each instance of speech as a unique moment of communication.

Yet this speech also is part of a narrative (unveiling of knowledge, the fall of humanity–and implicitly, the hope of evolution from a merely human state for those who are lifted up by Divine grace through these mysteries), a mathematical structure, a Divine force to uplift our minds, a geometric structure in which we think, and the like. The foundation, of course, is humility (deep openness to knowledge the supplicant lacks) and a sufficient understanding. The angels then provide a language that separates the understanding of the letter as separate from (or more accurately, not parallel with) the production of speech–in neurological terms a language that separates Wernicke’s area from Broca’s area. This allows a new way to think about thinking, a new way to use language and reading in understanding.

The angels incorporate parts of an individual’s existing symbolic narratives as well and communicate via both imagery and speech to the supplicant. Along the way they include number sense (the dorsal parietal, frontal, and inferior temporal areas of the brain, apparently), and as the visions in the Enochian Aethyrs themselves become progressively more abstract, they become more geometric in nature, so throw in visual-spatial and geometry skills. Because there’s so much to coordinate, there is quite likely a large working memory component for the supplicant to develop as well.

All in all, this process seems like several subtle reboots to the brain, an upgrade to individual interface packages, followed by a big change to the operating system. The importance of this is that unravelling each part of this is helpful to the supplicant in considering transformation/decryption of the text, as well as interpretations of Loagaeth.

At any rate, I’m not pursuing this solution just yet (I’m trying to onor the ; I just wanted to let some of the considerations that could be applied to a potential solution to Loagaeth.

Update. An interesting of the letter whenever its spelled out name appears in Leaf 49: doncha, ur, chinvane, vors (or uors), adnor. This reduces the words to icha, L, chinve, ufs (more likely than vfs), and adnf (likely pronounced adneff by inference). This also reduces the number of total letters in Leaf 49 from 113 to 106. Repeating this process with our new words, we can further reduce chinve to chinc for 105 letters (as specified by the angel Galvah). The reduction by seven letters and then an eighth also parallels the seven heptarchical kings who are ruled by an eighth. An additional justification of this approach is that it leaves five L’s, paralleling the five tables of 21 letters that Galvah instructed Dee to make out of the words received.

This parallels Leitch’s reduction of the letters in Leaf 49 via the spelled-out letter zed to Z and reducing ch to k via Kelley pronouncing the former digraph as a /k/ sound. This is only somewhat defensible given that the angels spelled out the ch as two letters in Row 1 of Leaf 1A (making a seven-letter word, to Dee’s delight, recognizing the concordance of this with the septenary nature of the Heptarchy), and that other words, such as Moz and Mozod, aren’t equivalent, for the angel Nalvage specifies they have similar but not identical meanings (“joy” and “joy of God”).

Another approach to reducing Leaf 49 from 113 letters to 105 put forward by the AOM is to simply remove the eight-letter word “Loagaeth,” because it had previously been received. This is doubtful, for it was only received moments earlier. Leitch suggests either a miscount by Dee (which he is rightly dubious of, mainly because he could see the words in front of him, to which I would add the five tables that Galvah instructs Dee to arrange the letters into five tables of 21 letters, which parallels the 21 letters of the Enochian alphabet itself), or that two words which appeared separately, adnor and doncha, belong together because Dee may have split the word adnordoncha when a distracting vision of seas appeared before Kelley. This is a good case, as is he unique underlining notation below vors and hirobra being suggestive of concatenation for vorshirobra.

The ultimate test of my approach, though, is whether this reveals a hidden order (of the wisdom/Chokmah variety) from what Galvah calls a “hotchpot without order” (much as Babalon appears more orderly with mental concentration in ZIP), and is consistent with Galvah‘s observations, of “the speech of that disorder or prophe[cy].” Unfortunately because this adds to the number of I‘s (or Gon‘s), this does not create letters that can be removed from the end of the letters in Leaf 1b. Perhaps a transformation of Leaf 49 (such as replacing the letters with those in the reverse place in order) and then subtracting those letters from 1B may work, or that approach may remain a dead end. Regardless, I simply want to transparently show readers my process in thinking about a possible solution to Liber Loagaeth, to share additional interpretations of this material, and to encourage those who may have their own approaches in working with it.