By Jan Mycielski, Pavel Pudlak, Alan S. Stern
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STEP 4: Touch your right shoulder, saying " ... the Sun ... " STEP 5: Touch your left shoulder, saying " ... and the Moon ... " STEP 6: Bring your palms together in front of your heart, saying" ... forever and ever. " Visualize the white light radiating from your heart. To perfonn a version of the "Qabalistic Cross," make the same movements, but substitute these words: Ateh ... malkuth ... ve-geburah . ve-gedulah . . le-olam .. amen! which means: "Unto Thee ... the Kingdom ... the Power ...
Feel this energy flowing, passing through you and expanding outward, filling the room, passing through the walls, moving out into space, until you can feel yourself at the center of a circle of limitless circumference. See (in the glossary) CENTERING; HARA POINT, KIKA!. " This separation of the sacred and the profane is essential to any orderly working, because it also separates the inner from the outer, the magical from the mundane. (This separation of states is one of the things that distinguishes the magician from the mental patient.
Keep in mind that the human brain is still far more complex than the most advanced computer yet built. How to Use this Book T his book may be used for five purposes: (1) reference, (2) meditation, (3) intense study, (4) ritual, and (5) creation of your own symbol systems. Reference This book is most easily and immediately useful as a reference guide. Part I (this section) contains the theory and structure of ritual practices along with a suggested program of study. Part II contains individual symbol systems arranged in order of the number of elements in each system.
A Lattice of Chapters of Mathematics (Interpretations Between Theorems) by Jan Mycielski, Pavel Pudlak, Alan S. Stern