Welcome back to my blog about Gematria, the Merkabah and the Birth of the Alephbet. Today I’m going to list some common mnemonics that you should look out for when you’re practicing the art of gematria with the Torah (especially Braishith).
בית : bet
Representing the letter Beth and the value of 2.
בְּאַפָּ֖יו : baphiv
Meaning: ‘in his nostrils’
Also representing the letter Beth and holding the value of 2.
אשה : issah
Representing: the value of 111. Usually the letter qoph has the value of 100 but its value on the Seven Palaces may be 111 instead.
: דלתות dal’towt
Meaning: ‘the doors’
Representing: The letter daleth and the value of 4.
יד : yad noun
Meaning: ‘the hand’
Representing: the letter Kaph and the value of 20.
כנפות : kanpowt
Representing: the value of 90, from the degrees in a square’s corner. Sometimes in reference to the corners of the earth represents the value of 4 x 90 = 360 which is the degrees of a circle.
Representing: the letter Nun and the value of 50.
עיני : e’ne
Meaning: ‘the eyes’
Representing: the letter Ayin and the value of 70.
פיה : pi’ha
Meaning: ‘the mouth’
Representing: the letter Peh and the value of 80.
צְרוֹר : tsrwr
Representing the letter tsade and the value of 90.
רוח : ruah
Representing the letter beth and the value of 2.
רקיע : raqio
Representing: the letter Gimel and the value of 3.
In other news; the writing script that I developed from the plan of the seven palaces (Galay), is being employed to produce Galay books on demand. Please use the reply button below if you’d like a Galay book. The proviso is that it must be a book that you have copyright to or is in the public domain.
Our latest publication for the Galay library is ‘Dubliners‘ by James Joyce, which is a collection of short stories, written when Irish Nationalism was at it’s height. We felt this work was a revolutionary subject for a revolutionary writing script. The next book to be released shortly will be Richard F. Burton’s edition of The Thousand Nights and One Night.
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