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Mr Menthu wrote:In your book you state that the unicursal hexagrams should be drawn in gold for the Sun, and silver for the moon. Why use queen scale colours, for the Sun & Moon, instead of the king scale like the other planets? Are the colours for Sun and Moon not meant to be blue and orange?
What colours would you use if you where to invoke the Sephiroth with the unicursal hexagram?
Jim Eshelman wrote:What colours would you use if you where to invoke the Sephiroth with the unicursal hexagram?
You don't. There are no such attributions. (You could, of course, follow the model Regardie made up, but that's not authentic to the original attributions.) The other four points are attributed to the four elements, not planets.
sk4p wrote:The hexagram rituals being intended for invoking/banishing planetary forces (particularly solar), I'm confused as to why the TOT unicursal hexagram has elements at four of its points. Isn't that sort of confounding the planes?
And if one is going to put elements on a hexagram, wouldn't you want to put Spirit on it as well, perhaps in both its active and passive forms -- but maybe that's what the sun and the moon are?
It sorta feels like lowering the Sun from Briah to Yetzirah or even Assiah to put it in the "company" of the four elements.
Jim Eshelman wrote:Center point. I didn't put it in the illustration partly because I'd have had to create a graphic (since I don't have one) and partly because that's what the five-petaled rose signifies and I didn't want to screw with the appearance of the rose.
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