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777 and the Latin Qabalah

Postby ridethetiger » Sat Aug 06, 2011 10:08 pm

I've just been perusing both 777 & 7761/2 hoping to find a column for the Latin Alphabet (1-22). I understand that one could work one out, but I wondered whether there was anything handed down. Is it something like a one-to-one correspondence (as far as this is possible) with the Hebrew attributions, e.g.?
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Re: 777 and the Latin Qabalah

Postby Jim Eshelman » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:56 pm

Those columns aren't in those books. Here is the list:

A = 1 N = 12
B = 2 O = 13
C = 3 P = 14
D = 4 Q = 15
E = 5 R = 16
F = 6 S = 17
G = 7 T = 18
H = 8 V = 19
I = 9 X = 20
L = 10 Y = 21
M = 11 Z = 22
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Re: 777 and the Latin Qabalah

Postby ridethetiger » Sun Aug 07, 2011 7:30 am

Thanks. I'd actually had the values (from The True and Invisible R.C. Order, ITC, etc.). What I was wondering about was the attribution of the Latin Alphabet to the paths.
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Re: 777 and the Latin Qabalah

Postby Jim Eshelman » Sun Aug 07, 2011 10:04 am

There is no mapping to the Paths. They're based on the Hebrew alphabet, not the Latin.

(I wrote a longer answer, then lost it before it posted. The above is the gist.)
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Re: 777 and the Latin Qabalah

Postby ridethetiger » Sun Aug 07, 2011 12:23 pm

I get that they're based on the Hebrew. I just wondered whether something had been passed down as, e.g., with the Greek, Coptic, Arabic, etc. Not a problem; I'll work it out for myself.

Thanks again.
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