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Numbers, Their Occult Power and Mystic Virtue (utgåvan 2019)

av William Wynn Westcott (Författare)

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: 17 ) - numbers, for no number can be taken from it, or separated from its unity. '.'. '; c Proclus observed: the first monad is the world itself, the second is the inerratic sphere, then thirdly succeed the spheres of the planets, each a unity, then lastly are the spheres of the elements which are also Monads; and these as they have a perpetual subsistence are called wholenesses? holotetes in Greek. The Monad, Unity, or the number One received very numerous meanings. Photius tells us that the Pythagoreans gave it the following names: ? 1. God, the First of all things, the maker of all things. 2. Intellect, the source of all ideas. 3. Male and Female?both together produce all things; from the odd proceed both odd and even. 4. Matter, the last development of universality. 5. Chaos, which resembles the infinite, differentiation. 6. Confusion. 7. Commixion. 8. Obscurity, because in the Ineffable principle of things, of which it is the image, all is confused, vague and in darkness. 9. A Chasm, as a void. 10. Tartarus, from its being at the lowest extremity, is dissimilarly similar to God, at the highest end of the series. n. The Styx, from its immutable nature. 12. Horror, the ineffable is perfectly unknown and is therefore terrible. 13. Void of Mixture, from the simplicity of the nature of the ineffable. 14. Lethe, oblivion, ignorance. 15. A Virgin, from the purity of its nature. 16. Atlas, it connects, supports, and separates all things. 17. The Sun. 18. Apollo. 19. Pyralios, dweller in fire. 20. Morpho. 21. The Axis. 22. Vesta, or the fire in the centre of the earth. 23. Spermatic Reason. 24. The point within a circle, the Central Fire Deity. 25. The Lingam, upright pillar, figure I. The Monad being estee...… (mer)
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Titel:Numbers, Their Occult Power and Mystic Virtue
Författare:William Wynn Westcott (Författare)
Info:Independently published (2019), 109 pages
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Suffer me that I may speak, and after that I have spoken, mock on: but I really think that they should have taught us this in school, a little arithmetic, a little numerology—instead of Only! teaching us the things that machines can do better, you know…. The Pythagoreans and the Greeks and so on weren’t always positive people, of course: they didn’t always see the value, even, in being inclusive: but sometimes one wonders what direction we’re going on (at least all the way out until 1955 (or maybe more generally the Oppenheimer years, not that those have ended, not that “Barbie” was Greta’s best movie, right), since now we groom people to become machines—or cast them aside. I don’t know: I think people still have a lot to learn, and seeing meaning not just in words, but in numbers, is something most people never even begin, for one reason or another. Generally we divide people, don’t we, into those who don’t like numbers and those who don’t like meaning. But division is alienating.

…. Every age has its own lore, and the old fancy-occultism can be stiff and un-woke, of course, but I think it’s a perfectly good investment of time (and ninety-nine cents). Every age has its own lore, but it’s always built up upon the lore of previous ages, in one way or another.

…. For, say, a Wiccan person, there’d be a lot of Christian/biblical numbers, but it is rather balanced for an Edwardian book, or even for the majority of people today. I guess the main sign of the age of the book is its formality, although the difference today is often just one of a degree or two; many dragons huff and puff today, that we are not as stiff as we used to be.

As I say, we all kinda began in the past, you know. In a relative sense.
  goosecap | Oct 15, 2023 |
EL PODER OCULTO DE LOS NÚMEROS Y SUS VALORES MÍSTICOS

El Conocimiento General de los Números visto desde la perspectiva de la Ciencia Oculta.

Los Números son seres del Plano Espiritual y tienen sus Leyes particulares de Construcción y de Evolución. Su profundo estudio es imprescindible para todo aquél ocultista que quiera avanzar en el Conocimiento de los Maravillosos Misterios que permanecen escondidos.

Los Números contienen la Clave de las antiguas enseñanzas sobre la evolución de la Raza Humana, la Naturaleza, la Existencia, las Doctrinas y la Cosmogonía, considerada tanto espiritual como físicamente.
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: 17 ) - numbers, for no number can be taken from it, or separated from its unity. '.'. '; c Proclus observed: the first monad is the world itself, the second is the inerratic sphere, then thirdly succeed the spheres of the planets, each a unity, then lastly are the spheres of the elements which are also Monads; and these as they have a perpetual subsistence are called wholenesses? holotetes in Greek. The Monad, Unity, or the number One received very numerous meanings. Photius tells us that the Pythagoreans gave it the following names: ? 1. God, the First of all things, the maker of all things. 2. Intellect, the source of all ideas. 3. Male and Female?both together produce all things; from the odd proceed both odd and even. 4. Matter, the last development of universality. 5. Chaos, which resembles the infinite, differentiation. 6. Confusion. 7. Commixion. 8. Obscurity, because in the Ineffable principle of things, of which it is the image, all is confused, vague and in darkness. 9. A Chasm, as a void. 10. Tartarus, from its being at the lowest extremity, is dissimilarly similar to God, at the highest end of the series. n. The Styx, from its immutable nature. 12. Horror, the ineffable is perfectly unknown and is therefore terrible. 13. Void of Mixture, from the simplicity of the nature of the ineffable. 14. Lethe, oblivion, ignorance. 15. A Virgin, from the purity of its nature. 16. Atlas, it connects, supports, and separates all things. 17. The Sun. 18. Apollo. 19. Pyralios, dweller in fire. 20. Morpho. 21. The Axis. 22. Vesta, or the fire in the centre of the earth. 23. Spermatic Reason. 24. The point within a circle, the Central Fire Deity. 25. The Lingam, upright pillar, figure I. The Monad being estee...

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