From the bosom of the Ain, the Zero, it is born the Ain Soph, the Unity. In mystic Kabbalah, the Ain Soph represents the infinite; it is the whole absolute, derived from the absolute nothing, The Ain. According to tradition, God desired to see and experience itself, so allegorically, he became the Light that shines everywhere and nowhere. Ain Soph is the boundless or limitless Deity emanating and extending.

The Ain Soph, also written as Ein Soph, means the one without limits, the supreme limitless of the Kabbalah. It retains no thoughts or ideas. In the religious metaphysics of the old Hebrews, the ONE principal was an abstraction. It may be interpreted by some as the concept of God, in its higher aspect, not constituting a BEING per se, as that is “self-contained” and “self-sufficient”, which cannot be limited by its own existence, since the experience of existing always limits a Being to one realm or dimension(s).

For the early Chaldean kabbalists, the Ain Soph is “without form” or being having no likeness with anything else. Ain Soph was never regarded as a “creator”, Ain Soph is a NON-BEING, a principal that continues unmanifested and incomprehensible to general human intelligence, and only apprehensible to those that have an innate meta-philosophical understanding of abstract concepts. It therefore does not exist as a concept freely in our minds. We can say that it is the abstract representation of the Divine Nature-Pleroma.

From the Ain Soph all that is “creation” derives, but not an equal creation, not in essence, neither in potency relatively to the Ain Soph; which by itself, through the divine and uncreated light irradiates from itself an intelligence and power that carry characteristics of its maker, but because they are a derivation of it, it manifests itself with limiting and finite aspects. Kabbalah calls the first spiritual emanation Ain Soph, the Ancient of Days[2] , the being of our being, the Mother/Father within ourselves; The supreme Deity is No-Thing, it is nameless, and therefore called Ain Soph, the word Ain meaning nothing. Because it cannot express itself in a limiting countenance of creation in our plan of existence, the Ain Soph manifest itself through the ten sephirots of the Etz Chaim, the Tree of Life.

In Ain Soph exist a different form of evolution; it retains the seeds of understanding of the days and nights of Brahma, or the Cosmic Days and Nights, Mahanvantara and Pralaya. The Christ and the Logos reside beyond this realm. During the Pralaya, the Cosmic Night, the Ain Soph only exists inside of the Divine Mind.

Interestingly enough, for the ancient Aztecs, the Ain Soph is “Tonatiuh”, the demiurge, creator, which it represented in the center of the Tzolkin, the solar calendar of the Mayas

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The Banner Of Salvation with it’s proper colors order and proper representation of the Lion Of Judah.

 1.Red (at the base) for Order

 2.Orange (The Lion) for Will.

 3.Yellow for Wisdom.

 4.Green for Righteousness.

And we must remember : No Cross, No Crown! fyah burn all other false representations of The Royal Banner, for “fun” or “commercial” use.

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This representations maybe look nice but they are not in the proper order and representation.

And we must also notice that the homosexual agenda’s flag is with the colors spectrum upside down.Red must be on the base,because it represents the Root so called chakra or Saphirah in Hebrew, meaning : emanation

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Forward ever, backward never!

Capricorn (21 December - 19 January): Kabbalah-Sephiroth, Tree of Life. Medieval Jewish mystical diagram, Kabbalah is the mystical system of the Jews and the Tree of Life is a graphic system of classification used in conjunction with it. The ten spheres are the pure numbers and the twenty-two paths connecting them correspond to the letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the whole being capable of leading the initiate from the ignorance of Malkuth at the bottom to the Crown of Kether at the top.

KISS ME RED… Esta canción es un cover de la serie de Televisión DREAMS de 1984 y fue compuesta por Billy Steinberg y Tom Kelly, compositores de Madonna y Cyndi Lauper en esa época. La serie trataba de un grupo de jovenes que queria abrirse paso en el mundo de la Musica por ahi va el espiritu de volver a activar, rompiendo un poco nuestro esquema de presentar constantemente temas propios, los cuales iremos presentando a partir de este trabajo periodicamente.

Grabacion, mezcla y masterizacion hecha por Legna Zeg (Angel Gimenez) en MAR STUDIOS.


Nuestros agradecimientos a Claudia Penayo y Lilian Torales por trabajar en los coros con nosotros.
Esperamos que este punta pie inicial nuevamente sea de su agrado. Los solos de guitarra y de violin fueron hechos por Omar Valdez, nuevo miembro de SEFIROTH.

SEFIROTH: https://www.facebook.com/sefirothmusic7

The sacred “Tree of Sefiroth”, superimposed upon the Adam Kadmon (as drawn by the early twentieth century student of occultism, A. E. Waite in The Holy Kabbalah.) At the top of the tree is Kether, "the Crown", the first form of God. Below are Hokhmah and Binah, the supernal Masculine and Feminine image of the the Divine. From these pfotencies emanated the other Sefirah, the vessels of Divine manifestation.

Joan Jonas e Anselm Kiefer

Se non siete mai stati al “Pirelli Hangar Bicocca” di Milano avete due buoni motivi per andarci, anzi tre. Il primo: l’Hangar Bicocca contiene una delle più emozionanti opere d’arte di questo secolo. La vidi per la prima volta nel 2004, oggi sono tornato a vederla e l’emozione è sempre la stessa. Si tratta delle “Sette torri celesti del cielo” di Anselm Kiefer. Il colossale deposito che fu della Breda, un luogo spaventosamente grande, è stato tutto dipinto di nero per collocare  nella sua pancia  le sette torri di Kiefer, costruite con blocchi di cemento provenienti da scarti dell’edilizia, secondo la mistica ebraica le sette stazioni per arrivare a Dio, dalla contingenza alla trascendenza. Un’opera molto profonda e infinitamente bella. Un percorso verso la bellezza di Dio a cui si arriva solo attraverso la “bruttezza” del quotidiano. Hanno tutte un nome: “Sefiroth”, “Melancholia”, “Ararat”,”Linee di Campo Magnetico” “JH&WH” e “Torre dei quadri cadenti”. Capolavoro.  Il secondo motivo per visitare l’Hangar è la mostra antologica su una delle più grandi performer e video artiste della storia: Joan Jonas. E’ la prima volta che in Italia si vedono tutte le sue installazioni video in un solo sguardo d’insieme. Il risultato è impressionante. Di cosa trattanto queste video-installazioni? Dopo aver convissuto con la tribù Hopi in Arizona, dopo fondamentali viaggi in Grecia e in Giappone, quasi conscia che sul rito e sulla spiritualità si fonda l’essere stesso dell’uomo Joan Jonas si appropria di questo linguaggio segnico per indagare la realtà. Direi che la Jonas è una video-sciamana che si è nutrita di Surrealismo. Oggetti dei rituali: pezzi di legno, bottiglie, animali impagliati, gessi, stoffe dislocati nello spazio espositivo rendono il percorso ancora più affascinante e misterioso. Quale il senso generale della sua opera? L’indagine sul gesto simbolico e mitico. Facile no? No, non è facile per nulla, è necessario ricordare che le video installazioni sono state spesso  realizzate alla fine dei (favolosi) anni Settanta. Un novità di linguaggio artistico che oggi a noi (anzi, a voi giovani), potrebbe sfuggire, assuefatti come siete a qualsiasi visione… Il Terzo motivo per visitare queste mostre, non riguarda solo l’Hangar Bicocca, ma riguarda Milano, “… l’unica città d’Italia dove non si respira quell’aria “appicicaticcia della provincia italiana…” come scrisse una volta Carmelo Bene (anche lui un monumento della cultura italiana di quei favolosi anni).

The Shakti Cluster: A Tantric Tree of Life

Another and updated version of shakti cluster.

This diagram presents what may be called The Tantric Tree of Life, comparable to the Kabalistic Tree of Life and other models of cosmic order. but the Shakti Cluster is more than just a model: it is a complete tool kit for interactive magic with Gaia, the living presence of planet earth.

I want to trade these! All CDs

V/A  Imperative music sampler volume 1

Absurd asgardsrei

Atman djirli ika

Black Vomit  jungle death

Blue Oyster Cult  dont fear the reaper

Cult of Daath the grand torturers of hell

Darkthrone circle the wagons

Draugar weathering the curse

Hills of Sefiroth  fly high the hated black flag

Journey  raised on radio

Kataxu hunger of elements

Laster wijsgeer & narreman

Leviathan/Crebain leviathan/crebain

Mental Horror proclaiming vengeance

Mental Horror abyss of hypocrisy

Nemesis Throne garden of hate

Paganizer Carve: stillborn revelations and revel in filth

Razer of Occam homage to martyrs

Seth Les Blessures De L’Ame

Sin satan is good for you

Sumeria all paths lead to insanity

Sunn O))) monoliths & dimensions

Swazafix anthems of apostasy

The Cure disintegation

The Electric Sinners momento mori cdr

The Last Twilight morbid path

Toxic Holocaust hell on earth

Trancelike Void where the tree can make it rain

Xenosis haunted skies

[000 Ain Soph Aur — 000 Беспредельный Свет 00 Ain Soph — Беспредельное 0 Ain — Ничто Yechida — Йехида Chia — Хия Neshama — Нешама
1. Kether, the Crown — 1. Кетер, Венец
2. Chokmah, Wisdom — 2. Хокма, Мудрость Atziluth (Archetypal World) — Ацилут (мир прообразов)
3. Binah, Understanding — 3. Бина, Понимание Briah (Creative World) — Брия (мир творения) Veil of the Abyss — Завеса Бездны
4. Chesed, Mercy — 4. Хесед, Милосердие
5. Geburah, Strength — 5. Гебура, Сила
6. Tiphareth, Beauty — 6. Тиферет, Красота Veil of Paroketh — Завеса Парокет
7. Netzach, Victory — 7. Нецах, Победа
8. Hod, Splendour — 8. Ход, Великолепие
9. Yeson, Foundation — 9. Йесод, Основание Yetzirah (Formative World) — Йецира (мир формирования) Ruach — Руах
10. Malkuth, the Kingdom — 10. Малкут, Царство Assiah (Material World) — Асия (материальный мир) Nephesh — Нефеш]

The abodes of the Gods, which are in the upper [triangle], are nine. The lower represents the world of generation; the upper, the world of emanation. Each triangle has a macrocosmic and a microcosmic signification; for all that is in nature is equally in man. So that the ‘Seal of Solomon’ is the epitome and key alike of the universal and of the individual. It has twelve gates, or meanings, varying according to the plane on which it is examined. In its broadest signification the upper triangle represents spirit; the lower, matter. The upper is eternity; the lower, time. The upper is God; the lower, Nature. The upper is the unmanifest, the abstract, the uncreate, the absolute, the primary, the real. The lower is the manifest, the concrete, the create, the relative, the derivative, the reflect.

(The Credo of Christendom, 106)