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The Theosophical Glossary.

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Pages: 326

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: General Books LLC (20 Dec. 2009)

By: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (Author)

General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1892 Original Publisher: Theosophical Publishing Society Subjects: Theosophy Religion / Theosophy Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: D. LJ. -- Both in the English and Hebrew alphabets the fourth letter, whose numerical value is four. The symbolical signification in the Kabbala of the Daleth is ' door '. It is the Greek delta A, through which the world (whose svmhol is the tetrad or number four,) issued, producing the divine seven. The name of the Tetrad was Harmony with the Pythagoreans, 'because it is a diatessaron in sesquitertia '. With the Kabbalists, the divine name associated with Daleth was Daghonl. Daath (Heb.). Knowledge: ' the conjunction of Chokmah and Binah, Wisdom and Understanding: sometimes, in error, called a Sephira. [w. w. w.] Dabar (Heb.). D (a) B (a) R fim), meaning the ' Word ', and the ' Words' in the Chaldean Kabbala, Dabar and Logoi. (See Sec. Doct. I. p. 35o, and ' Logos ', or ' Word '.) Dabistan (Pers.). The land of Iran : ancient Persia. Dache-Dachus (Chald.). The dual emanation of Moymis, the progeny of the dual or androgynous World-Principle, the male Apason and female Tauthe. Like all theocratic nations possessing Temple mysteries, the Babylonians never mentioned the ' One' Principle of the Universe, nor did they give it a name. This made Damascius ('Theogonies) remark that like the rest of ' barbarians ' the Babylonians passed it over in silence. Tauthe was the mother of the gods, while Apason was her self-generating male power, Moymis, the ideal universe, being her only-begotten son, and emanating in his turn Dache-Dachus, and at last Belus, the Demiurge of the objective Universe. Dactyli (Gr.). From dah...

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