Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Re: Employment + Oratory, Sukkoth Tent

Expand Messages
  • circebloodandstars@gmail.com
    That sounds like the perfect set-up - isolation, an outdoor tabernacle. Also, manual labor would probably be preferable to office work or even free-lancing
    Message 1 of 9 , Jan 22, 2012
      That sounds like the perfect set-up - isolation, an outdoor tabernacle. Also, manual labor would probably be preferable to office work or even free-lancing from home. I bet it would be the least distracting work. I hadn't thought of that.

      Wow, that's a lot of resources for Abramelin Oil. Thank you!

      The link to the post where you also discuss Sukkoth tents had me wondering about just building one in the backyard of the house I rent. Then I remembered the lawn. It would probably be disruptive to the energy of the tent to have to mow inside, which would be a necessity from March past the first freeze. Or I could put down a tarp, kill the lawn and sacrifice my deposit. My HGA is probably looking at me shaking his head right now.

      At any rate, a tent would would solve the issue of not having a room with the appropriate configuration of windows.

      Thank you,

      --- In abramelin@yahoogroups.com, Khem Caigan <Khem@...> wrote:
      > On 1/17/2012 7:00 PM, Magdalena doth schreibble :
      > >
      > > I was just wondering if anyone who has made it through the working was
      > > able to hold a job of any sort during the third period of the retirement.
      > I was fortunate, in that I was employed in restoring
      > the place where I performed the Operation - which was
      > a two-story, 200-year-old farm outbuilding located in
      > Unadilla, New York. Very remote, very isolated, in a
      > patch of woods in the midst of extensive farmlands.
      > There was an excellent coal fired stove for heating,
      > an old and quite functional coal-fired stove in the
      > kitchen for cooking, and a functional hand-pump in
      > the kitchen for water. Oil lanterns and beeswax candles
      > served for lighting until I got the wiring sorted out
      > ( I stripped out all of the old plaster and lath and
      > newspaper, in order to install modern insulation and
      > wiring and drywall. I installed no plumbing in the
      > outer walls, either - which brings the chances of frozen
      > and bursting water pipes in a home down to a bare minimum).
      > I dug and built an outhouse about sixty feet away in the
      > woods to the rear, and built my tabernacle further back
      > in the woods.
      > My own opinions and instructions on the creation of
      > the *Oil of Abraham Elim* are available in numerous
      > posts - see, for example, Message #1329 :
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/abramelin/message/1329
      > And see also the Wiki for *Holy Anointing Oil* :
      > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_anointing_oil
      > In particular, the section on 'Keneh Bosem' :
      > *2.1 Rabbinical identifications of Keneh Bosem*
      > http://tinyurl.com/ck3ztn7
      > The procedure and formula for the "Shemen ha-Mishchah"
      > is based upon that found in the *Book of Exodus*, Chap.
      > 30, verses 23-25, as is the Ketoret, or incense, Chap.
      > 30, verses 34-38.
      > http://tinyurl.com/744tjky
      > http://tinyurl.com/8yqxlo4
      > Cors in Manu Domine,
      > ~ Khem Caigan
      > <Khem@...>
      > " Every Angel who is an Archon of the
      > zodiacal sign (sar mazzal) of a person
      > when it is sent below has the image of
      > the person who is under it....
      > And this is the meaning of 'And God
      > created man in His image, in the image
      > of God He created him' (Gen. 1:27).
      > Why is [it written] twice, 'in His image'
      > and 'in the image'?
      > One image refers to the image of man and
      > the other to the image of the Angel of
      > the zodiacal sign that is in the image
      > of the man. "
      > ~ from:
      > *Hokhmah ha-Nefesh*,
      > by Rabbi Eleazar of Worms
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.