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Tarot and Kabbalah: The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life

If we observe the Tree of Life as it is written by the Hebrew Kabbalists, we see ten Sephiroth.

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The tree begins with the Ancient of Days, Kether, who is in the most elevated place of the tree. Chokmah follows as the second Sephirah, in other words, the Second Logos, which is precisely the Cosmic Christ, or Vishnu. Then Binah follows, which is the Third Logos, the Lord Shiva. Kether, Chokmah, and Binah are the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as they are drawn in the Tree of Life of the Hebraic mysteries; this is how the Rabbis taught it.

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Tarot and Kabbalah: The Ain Soph Paranishpanna

The Ain Soph Paranishpanna

There is a divine ray within the human being. That ray wants to return back into its own star that has always smiled upon it. The star that guides our interior is a super divine atom from the abstract absolute space. The Kabbalistic name of that atom is the sacred Ain Soph.

The Ain Soph is our atomic star. This star radiates within the absolute abstract space full of glory. Precisely in this order, Kether (the Father), Chokmah (the Son), and Binah (the Holy Spirit) of every human being emanate from this star. The Ain Soph, the star that guides our interior, sent its ray into the world in order to become cognizant of its own happiness.

Happiness without cognizance of happiness is not real happiness.

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Tarot and Kabbalah: The Ain Soph Aur

The Ain Soph Aur

Each universe in infinite space possesses its own central sun, and the addition of all of those spiritual suns constitutes the Ain Soph Aur, the Protocosmos, the Solar Absolute.

The Solar Absolute is formed by multiple, transcendental, and divine spiritual suns.

The emanation of our “omnimerciful and sacred Solar Absolute” is that which H. P. Blavatsky denominates “the Great Breath, profoundly unknowable to Itself...”

A great deal has been spoken of the sacred Solar Absolute, and it is obvious that each solar system is governed by one of these spiritual suns. Indeed, these are extraordinary spiritual suns that sparkle with infinite splendor in space. These are radiant spheres that astronomers will never perceive through their telescopes.

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Tarot and Kabbalah: The Ain Soph

The Ain Soph

All of creation emanates from the Ain Soph, but creation, in essence and in potency, is not equal to the Ain Soph.

The Ain Soph irradiates intelligence, a power by means of its divine Uncreated Light; an intelligence, a power that, if it originally participates in the perfection and infinitude of its (Ain Soph) own creed, it has a finite aspect because it is being derived from the Ain Soph. Unto this first spiritual emanation of the Ain Soph the Kabbalah gives the name the ineffable Ancient of Days who is the Being of our Being, the Father/Mother within us.

The Ain Soph, not being able to express Itself in the limited physical plane, does it through Its “ten Sephiroth.”

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Tarot and Kabbalah: The Ain

The Ain

Abstract space is the causa causorum of everything which is, has been, and will be.

The profound and joyous space is certainly the incomprehensible “Seity” that is the ineffable mystic root of the seven cosmoses. It is the mysterious origin of all of that which we know as Spirit, matter, universes, suns, worlds, etc.

“That,” the Divine, the space of happiness, is a tremendous reality beyond the universe and the gods. “That” does not have any dimension, and truly It is what always will be and has been. It is the life which intensely palpitates within each atom and within each sun.

Let us now talk about the “Ocean of the Spirit.” How can It be defined?

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