Who is not familiar with the Star of David? But did you know that it is a product of ancient Hebraic science? Can Hebraic Geometry tell us truths deeply buried in the Hebrew Scriptures?
In part one of this series, we saw the current form of the Kabbalah Tree. The proposition was raised that the tree may hold more mysteries now, considering the coming of the Eighth Age: The Age of Righteousness.
There are several basic elements in what some call “Hebraic Sacred Science.” The Hebrew alphabet produces a profound prophetic message every time Hebrew is spoken. But there is another branch, Hebraic Sacred Geometry, that also may give us some insight into past, present, and future prophecy. Although the concepts are basic and simple, they still might be difficult to comprehend.
The basic element of Hebraic geometry is the equal-sided hexagram. It can be used to demonstrate the acts of creations. For example, if we take the hexagon to represent the days of the creation, we will see that each of the six creation phases join together to form another day. A seventh day is formed by doing nothing, by resting.
Around the seven days can be placed another hexagon which is symbolized by the Hebrew letter Resh. This super hexagon is the universal container, formed before all else, in which all other containers reside. So the entire physical and spiritual creation can fit inside the super container.
Lines drawn between opposite corners in the hexagon form another container: a cube with six sides. So by drawing three lines the hexagon transforms from a flat object into a three-dimensional one. This will play an important role in the new Kabbalah Tree.
The hexagon can also contain two equilateral triangles: one pointing up and the other pointing down. This becomes a graphical representation of the male and female attributes of the Creator. Creation is an act of conception, process, and birth. Both the male and female life contained within the Creator are involved. You will see that the union of the male and female give birth to another hexagon: the symbol of a new Creator being. The two triangles form the Star of David within the Creator hexagon. And when that happens something new is created.
The Container Cube and the Star join to form a place in which a creation is born and resides. This geometric form then becomes the pattern from which a new Kabbalah tree is formed. The older Kabbalah is from our point of view upward. It represents the difficulty and the sometime confusion we experience while trying to establish constant communication with Yahua of hosts, the Elohim, represented by the top-most Sephira on the tree. It shows us that knowledge is often lacking and is fuzzy at best.
But the new view of the Kabbalah tree is from the top-down and follows the pattern of the Hebrew alphabet. Starting at the top the first container represents the conception, process, and birth of knowledge: Da ‘ ath, that will be manifested in all that follows. This knowledge required wisdom and understanding and contains mercy and love tempered by judgement. From this knowledge of all that exists, life, death, good, bad, will come a product of tremendous worth to all of Creation. The Mother in the first container connects down to the Beauty that will come out of this Knowledge in the middle container where another conception, process, and birth will take place. The Father looks upward to connect with the Creator, Yahua, the Chosen One who will wear the “Crown” and brings Power into the creation process.
The middle Container is the time of the creation of the first heaven and earth, the physical universe, and those who must live in it. It is a time of incredible processes where those who live in this Container are tested and tried to prove their individual spiritual strength and the importance of living connected to the Creator: Yahua. The Father of this middle phase reaches up and draws Knowledge from the first act of Creation, while the Mother looks toward the Future and what this will mean for the rest of Creation. The beginning of the Grand Plan becomes manifest in this domain and is represented by the second group of Hebrew letters. This becomes the first state of the highest result of the Creation process. By the merging of the Father and the Mother, a Son of EL was born. This Birth is given the name “Beauty,” (name of the middle circle of creation.) Yet even the Son, when He came in the flesh, was tried and tested as we all are:
As he says also in another place, “You are a priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek.” Who in the days of his flesh, when he had offered up prayers and supplications with strong crying and tears to Him that was able to save Him from death, was heard in that he feared. Though he was a Son, yet he learned obedience by the things which he suffered. And being made perfect, He became the author of eternal salvation to all them that obey him.
During this time and after His resurrection, He ascended and was presented as the Wave Sheaf Offering, the Firstfruit of a harvest yet in the future, before “His Father and our Father, and before His Elohim (Family) and our Elohim(Family). ”
The Final phase of Creation signified by the last Container will happen when the Father reaches up to the “Beauty” of His Firstborn Son only now to produce out of those in the middle phase, multiple Sons of EL who form the Foundation (represented by the middle circle of creation) from which all of humanity living and dead will find their glorious destiny. The Mother reaches forward to the future or last Sephira: the Kingdom of Elohim. This is the Final fulfillment of all that was conceived in thought “Before the Beginning.”
In every act of creation the Father (EL) drew strength from what was before, while the Mother (Spirit) drew her strength from what was to follow.
Two Sephiroths that lie between the middle and final phases are Victory and Glory [Esteem], which are very appropriate to the events of both periods of Manifestation. Victory over death and Esteem: sitting at the right hand of the Father. This will carry the world into the final Manifestation. And we who overcome the world, during our lifetime in the flesh, as He did and become purified and made white, will share in His greatness and Esteem when we ascend to appear before our Father and our Elohim (Family) as the Wave Loaves Offering at the end of the 1335 days (Daniel 12) on the Feast of Firstfruits and Feast of Weeks.
Two new Sephira are added to the tree. The one on the right could be named, “Light,” and the one on left, “Righteousness.” These are the themes of the Kingdom and of the Final Manifestation, also represented by the Final group of the Hebrew alphabet.
This was prophesied long ago by our father Enoch (1 Enoch 39):
And in those days a whirlwind carried me off from the earth, and set me down at the end of the heavens. And there I saw another vision, the dwelling places of the holy, and the resting places of the righteous. Here my eyes saw their dwellings with His righteous messengers (angels) and their resting places with the holy.
And they petitioned and interceded and prayed for the children of men, and righteousness flowed before them as water, and mercy like dew upon the earth: thus it is among them for ever and ever.
And in that place my eyes saw the Elect One of righteousness and faith, and I saw His dwelling place under the wings of the Lord of Spirits. And righteousness shall prevail in His days, and the righteous and elect before Him shall be strong as fiery lights, and their mouth shall be full of blessing and their lips extol the Name of the Lord of Spirits, and righteousness before Him shall never fail, and uprightness shall never fail before Him.
There I wished to dwell …
In the New Kabbalah Tree [click here to see the incomplete Kabbalah Tree] we can start our trek either from the bottom up and top down. Either way we pass through the heart of each of the creations: Knowledge, Beauty and Foundation. The Top Sephira is Yahua, wearing the Crown. He is also called the Chosen One and according to some writings the first of the Creation of EL. The bottom is the Kingdom of the Family of EL.
The Kabbalah has been around for a long time. However, when I spoke to a friend who is a Jew, we discussed this revelation and he agreed that the Kabbalah is never finished. Given this view of the past, present, and future of all creation, we should look forward with great hope to our destiny. It still falls upon all of us to come out of the systems of this world and allow ourselves to be purified and made ready for this great future. Just being a follower of some religion is not enough: we, like Him, must offer up prayers and supplications with strong crying and tears to Him that is able to save us from death, and we will be heard in that we also fear.