Thursday, January 9, 2014
The Most Holy Name
Mentally I can't sit still. This becomes problematic if I write something. Because mine is a life of learning I'm apt to be in a state of transition at a later date, changing to adapt to something, lately new to me.
There are a few errors in The Once and Future Age, e.g., there may be 24 facets on the surface of a tetrahedron and not 26 as I said in the book. Instead of a resonance with the #26 of the tetragrammation this geometric figure might be connected to the 24 hour cycle of time. Another mistake: Since I published I saw another piece about Julius Schreck. In this one he was reported to be Hitler's most trusted driver…
The main problem with a book is that it tends to affix the author to a stationary place. In effect, publishing sets the writers words in stone.
There is also something significant that I have discovered since I wrote the book. Two months ago I learned one of the greatest secrets of the Holy Name. Something I saw on TV made me think to try to come to an interpretation by looking at the four letters backwards. I don't think, even with all the hundreds of years of kaballists trying this, that, and the other, that any of them looked at the name in reverse.
Reading from left to right, instead of the normal, right to left, for Hebrew I came to
Ha Vah ee
When I had my dream/vision of all those people's photographs scrolling across the sky the year was 1982, and in Israel. Just before I woke up my inner voice said, "It's Hawaii," and then the first conscious words out of my mouth were, "What the"…
The reading of the four-lettered name backwards can produce a name exactly as the local islanders pronounce Hawaii.
A few weeks ago, after gazing at this finding for a few minutes I recalled what the Big Kahuna said more than two decades ago. "Where we came from everything was red."
Of course Mars is red.
And then it occurred to me that the trek across the Pacific Ocean may have taken many hundreds of years. The migration might have started in the land between the rivers, Tigris and Euphrates at around 4000 BCE.
The most dominant feature of Mars is Olympus Mons at 19.47 degrees north. In the migration there may have well been a psychic attraction, drawing the travelers to the earth's shield volcano, in Hawaii at 19.47 degrees north.
And it surprises me that no one that I know of has ever drawn a comparison line connecting the biblical tale of the Garden of Eden with the grass skirts worn by the Pacific Islanders.
Reverse does matter. Often, when you record a speech, later if you play it backwards you can find hidden words that can communicate hidden meanings. For a better explanation of this phenomenon you must see the section of my book concerned with sleep and using dreams to refine yourself. Here I will only say that it has to do with how we record memories in reverse.
Actually it's a trick. The name is not a real name at all. it is an acronym with each of the four letters leading to the meaning of something else. Many sages spent their adult lives trying to cogitate it and arrive at something cogent. They did this believing that the one who arrives at a place of wisdom and understanding of the tetragrammation will gain tremendous power.
Sorry guys, especially for all your wasted efforts, but you see, that just isn't true.
The truth is that if I have $2.50 and know all the secrets of the Most Holy Name, I can go to Denny's and buy a cup of coffee.
There is a feeling of relief associated with learning and knowing enough to gain satisfaction, but this is related to the feeling one may get if someone stops standing on one's toes.
Actually, we should be prepared; in the course of examining religion from a stance where the sacred cows are non-existent we could come to a stark conclusion and realize that there is no one behind the curtain. The Wizard of Oz takes his place next to the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. It seems probable to me that there is only a mirror behind the fear machine and the curtain.
Further note: The scribal monkey-god of ancient Egypt comes to us spelled as "Thoth" but the pronunciation is Tahiti.