4622Re: Significance of 93
- Aug 14 6:51 AM93 is used as a short form of Thelemic salutation.
Reminds me of the old joke. The warden is showing a visitor through
the prison. In cell block 8 a prisoner calls out the number 25 and
everone breaks into peals of laughter. Another prisoner calls out 62
and again everyone roars. A third prisoner calls out 93, but there is
dead silence. The visitor asks 'What in the world is going on here?
The warden says, These guys have been here so long that they all know
eacother's jokes, so for conveniece sake they have just given them
numbers. The visitor asks, But why didn't anyone laugh at number 93.
Oh, old Joe never could tell a joke.
Let's give that joke the number 93.
I never did understand Crowley's point with these admonitions.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Sounds like you can
be ruled by any idiot whim that takes your fancy. Doesn't this just
lead to a form of Clinton mania, where you can't keep your pants
Love is the Law, love under will: Will under love I could understand
but love under will?
Will someone explain the spiritual meaning of Thelemic Law to me?
--- In email@example.com, "Keith" <Keith@i...> wrote:
> From the oto grand lodge faq
> What does "93" mean?
> The old Hebrew and Greek languages had no separate system of
> numbers were instead signified by the use of the letters of their
> alphabets, each of which had a specific numeric value assigned to it.
> Therefore, a numeric value can be derived from any word or phrase
> either Greek or Hebrew. The study of these numeric values and their
> is termed "gematria". The Greek words Te??µa (Thelema Will) and ??ap?
> (Agape Love) both enumerate to the number 93. Therefore, the number 93
> serves as a concise, symbolic expression of the principles of Will
> thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law) and Love (Love is the law, love
> under will). Crowley recommended the use of these phrases as Thelemic
> salutations of greeting and departure; modern Thelemites frequently
> as a shorter and more casual equivalent.
> That explains it!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wodric [mailto:wodric@y...]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2004 5:43 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [sl] Re: gematria, sacred geometry question
> Hello Theresa,
> 93, I beleive is a number used by Thelemites in greetings and
> It's connected to the '93 current', so that might be an avenue. I'd
> current' into a good search engine. As far as geometry, you might
> esoteric clues by determining which polygon the number conforms to
> (triangular numbers, pentagonal numbers, etc., ala Pythagoras) and
> investigate the deeper significance of it. The digital root of 2793
> of which the dr is 3.
> I don't know if any of that will help you, but I know how number and
> geometry can get under your skin until the least little thing
> Alaf sig runa!
> --- In email@example.com, "Theresa Smart"
> <theresarsmart@h...> wrote:
> > Hope this isn't too far off-topic, but I have a question regarding
> > deeper significances of the number 2793, from the standpoint of
> gematria and
> > sacred geometry. This number appeared to me in a dream about a year
> ago and
> > I have been trying to figure out its meaning since then with
> > success.
> > In my own research I have found of course that 3 x 3 = 9 and 3 x 9
> = 27
> > (reading the number backwards), and that 3, 9, 27 is a geometric
> > (or 27, 9, 3), which is found in the "Drum of Shiva", the pulsating
> > instrument of creation. I do not have a deep understanding of this
> > and that is what I am seeking.
> > I would appreciate any ideas, advice on where to continue with this.
> > Theresa : )
> Topics suitable for discussion in this e-list can be found at:
> To UNsubscribe, send email to:
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- << Previous post in topic