Kabbalah Is A Highly Mystical Art – It’s Effects Are Everywhere
We Use It’s Principles Without Knowing It – That Makes All The Difference.
Kabbalah is best and most candidly expressed by the apostle John in the following words,” In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” This very familiar verse from The Gospel of John is known to nearly everyone. It is symbolic of God creating through the “Word.” The Science of the sounds that form words and the symbolic order of the numbers is Kabbalah.
“Kabbalah is “the mystery of the word.” The word “Kabbalah” itself is of Hebrew origin and even though the Hebrews claim it exclusively, this most sacred science has always existed but was practiced most diligently in the Orient and by the High Priesthood of ancient Egypt, which is where the Hebrews likely got it from. It should also be noted that the Druids of Northern Europe practiced Kabbalah through their Runes.
Understanding the sounds and their symbolism as well as the numbers and their corresponding geometries is the Key to the True Kabbalah. No one up to this point in time and without exception has explained these high mysteries better, more completely and with as much clarity and detail as Franz Bardon.
Event though Kabbalah is part of the Christian Mysteries it is understandable that because of the distortions made to modern day Christianity one would not commonly recognize Kabbalah as being part of the Christian tradition. It should be remembered however, that there is only One leader of Christianity and that is Christ. All others are imposters and do everything in their power to keep the world from Christianity. This statement need not be believed. One simply needs to look at history and observe the behaviour of those who have called themselves or made themselves the leaders of Christianity. Paracelsus says it best!
Every creature makes some sort of sound. The sounds that creatures utter are primal and express their feelings. Animals can communicate in this way even though their sounds are not actual conversation.
Humans speak using languages. Language is nothing more than a series of connected sounds that form words. It is necessary to form words because words are a name given to a thing. And, nothing can exist without having a name – this is a law. (Something to remember when you are trying to save a document on your computer without giving it a name!)
Thoughts are of the Spirit and have a form. Their form is pictorial. The language of the Spirit is therefore a picture language. This is why the ancients used a written form that used pictures. The ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs are likely the best known example of this.
As humanity declined Spiritually they lost the ability to read these purely pictorial scripts and began using a phonetic alphabet. Each letter representing a distinct sound. This did not change anything as far as the principles that govern how the spirit itself functions. Therefore the words we use to express our thoughts are a representation in sound of the pictures we see within us.
The pictures we have in our thoughts are themselves creations and so are the corresponding words we use to describe them. If we exchange these created words person to person they recreate a similar picture in the minds of others. This indicates that in the sound of the words there is contained a resonating power capable of recreating the same pictures we had in our mind in another person and thereby we communicate. In spite of our best diction the words are still a very poor approximation of our actual thoughts.
If this is possible casually, then it is also possible that with diligence and intent of producing a much greater effect. Everyone has observed and practiced the ability in human communication to convey feelings that are constructive, destructive or even descriptive. For example, some words are soothing, others, are uplifting, others are humbling, some warm us, others cool us. Some words can actually hurt, some words heal. If there were no inherent power in the sounds of words they would have no effect. The power in the words comes from what else we put into them in addition to the mere physical vibration. If we impregnate an emotion or a virtue into the expression of our words then they have the effects describe above.
Taking this further, if a word can recreate a picture in someone else’s being then it stands to reason that with belief and proper force a word can project that same picture that it represents out in the open, thus recreating it visibly outside of our mind into creation. After all, if in today’s world we can artificially create unconscious virtual realties electronically using unconscious and very lifeless machinery, we as human beings made in the image of the Creator who are able to procreate living beings in our own likeness than we must also be capable of creating according to the Creators example. We already do this everyday unconsciously in our work and when we speak.
But, let us remember why a physical body exists in the first place. The substance of the Spirit is incompatible with the substance of the physical body. This necessitated the creation of a harbinger between the two. The soul is the harbinger between Spirit and physical body. This protects the spirit and animates the body.
The physical body we can readily see and when we wish to speak through it, it utters our desired sounds. Clearly the impetus to utter a sound is not from within the physical body itself. This impetus must come from a higher but still “controlled by our will” source. That source is the Sprit but, in the school that is our life on Earth, the physical matter that makes up the physical body is made up of is impure when compared to the Spirit and it is only a means that we may use to experience life in the physical dimension while purifying its substance. The intermediary body by necessity that is tied to the Spirit and to the physical body is necessary to protect the Spirit and Physical body from each other while permitting the “higher” to work with the lower. Our physical speech without the force of the Spirit and Soul is very dead and cannot influence with much power. This is why Kabbalah is a spiritual art. The words deliberately formulated in Kabbalah are consciously uttered in the Spirit and Soul. When this sound is released the physical substance must obey it. And a controlled manifestation occurs.
From a less powerful perspective, if you look around you everything that surrounds you in your home or place of work was at one time a mere thought in someone’s mind, yet there it is tangible before you in three dimensions. This object was a picture in someone’s mind before it became reality through physical manufacturing.
Having the maturity and control we could through the use of consciously uttered sounds create words that actually manifest into reality. The reason why the average person cannot do this is for the protection of the rest of creation. The average person’s thoughts are not disciplined, pure or necessarily “good.” If their utterances were to manifest they would, for obvious reasons, be the greatest of curses. This is why these arts have been strongly eluded to but essentially kept hidden from humanity at large until now.
For this reason it is necessary to first ennoble the human being by removing the impurities of the soul through a true Initiation, the first Tarot Card described so precisely by Franz Bardon.
The Kabbalah also describes the order of Creation because it is through Kabbalah that God brought everything into being.
If you can do what is in this book, you would have earned it, and you are a truly blessed human being destined to serve humanity in the fullest sense of the word.