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• So the hexagram would be Kether, Binah, Chomah, Tipereth, Geburah, and Gedulah? with Daath in the center. Why not move the center of the hexagram to Kether
Message 1 of 3 , Feb 23, 2006
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So the hexagram would be Kether, Binah, Chomah, Tipereth, Geburah, and
Gedulah? with Daath in the center.

Why not move the center of the hexagram to Kether with Daath at the
lower point, then what for the other three points?

Anubis
• ... other three? that would be ain, ain soph, ain soph aur. easy! mabopsa87
Message 1 of 3 , Feb 26, 2006
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> Why not move the center of the hexagram to Kether with Daath at the
> lower point, then what for the other three points?
>
> Anubis
>

other three?

that would be ain, ain soph, ain soph aur.

easy!

mabopsa87
• ... and ... 93 Brother Anubis, You are correct regarding your Qabbalistic attributions to the outer arms of the Hexagram, but Sol, not Daaath, is at the center
Message 1 of 3 , Feb 26, 2006
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In thelema93-l@yahoogroups.com, "chirohelp" <chirohelp@...> wrote:
>
> So the hexagram would be Kether, Binah, Chomah, Tipereth, Geburah,
and
> Gedulah? with Daath in the center.
>
> Why not move the center of the hexagram to Kether with Daath at the
> lower point, then what for the other three points?
>
> Anubis

93 Brother Anubis,
outer arms of the Hexagram, but Sol, not Daaath, is at the center of
the Hexagram, normally.
with Daleth (or Sol) at the bottom arm, as you would then have the Ain,
Ain Soph, and Ain Soph Aur located in the three upper arms of the