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The Magician's Dictionary


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A "Forgotten One." The Dog of Sirius, Orthrus. Grant refers to this as "The red passage of Samadhi, Blood-Vision." It is not necessary to invoke it, for it is living in us all.


Castaneda's term for the self (an alter ego or even a witch), as opposed to tonal, "ego." A Mexican word meaning "magic, mystery, disguise, double." The ego is a mask for the self. Kenneth Grant says that Don Juan's nagual is the "world of non-being" (his ubiquitous "Universe B" whose entrance is via Woman).


(Japanese for: "Glory to the lotus sutra of the mystical law.") This chant, under the auspices of Nichiren Shoshu of America, a Buddhist sect, and delivered before an altar containing a sacred scroll in a black box, is believed to help bring about a world of unity and peace. It has been adapted out of context by many American non-Buddhists, simply as a mantram for the granting of personal wishes.


Nomen est numen. No name ever does justice to the person or thing designated by it and so, in the strictest sense, to call anything by its name is to blaspheme it.

The Egyptians -- certainly Ra and Isis -- insisted that the names of the Gods were even more powerful than the Gods themselves. Everything has a secret name which is its real name. "To be" and "to name" are the same thing in the Babylonian language. Amongst the Dogon so means "real" language as distinct from the howling of beasts or the gibberish of foreign tongues.

It was because the ancient Egyptians believed so strongly in the vitality of names that a person's name (ren) was considered one of his "bodies." All magicians experiment with assuming different names because our names determine the nature of the events that gravitate toward us. We must never forget, however, that no one is his name. To identify totally with any name is to turn to stone.

Names are also like clothes -- they can become you or you can become them. Along with all the other bodies we inhabit, the Egyptians also had the renpit ("name" body), an extra post-life soul. "John" or "Mary" are actually manifestations of you. We can assume these masks as we need them -- or not, if we don't. Those who have been disfigured and must undergo plastic surgery and skin grafts must dwell in the lowest circle of their own private hell. They actually become the horrible demon, Yog-Sothoth, God of Infernal Transitions and Lord of the Abyss, with the bulging eyes, tentacles, etc. But what such patients become is really only the renpit body of the monster, so they identify with it only long enough to draw on its hideous strength. Otherwise they wouldn't have anything to hold onto. It is in this way that the ugliest devils and most dangerous dragons can also serve as resources for us. Later on, with a bit of effort, supposedly, we can return to being the Buddha or Odin or Apollo.

Note: To disguise the true nature of a thing, just give it a new name!


Jehovah punished this king of Babylon for the hubris of presuming himself to be divine, by causing him to behave like an animal and eat grass.


Lovecraft's (fictional?) grimoire. (See CTHULHU.) Its motto: "That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange eons even death may die."


Negative entropy. The degree to which any system is coherent is an indication of its impulse away from entropy. Information, in general, is considered to be "negentropic."


Conjunction of Sun and Moon. New Moon. Time of greatest division between Conscious and Unconscious. Time for beginning new projects.


Naming of any biode or machine circuit that has not been named before.


By the 3rd Century A.D., an eclectic occultism composed of Neoplatonism and Qabalah seriously rivalled Christianity. All those who wrote on this subject went under the name of "Hermes," the best known book of which is "The Pymander." Later, Hermes was equated with alchemy. With Ammonius Saccas and Plotinus, the religion of the Orient were fused to Plato, Pythagoras, Aristotle and Stoicism eventually to form a doctrine of three hypostases (Monos, Nous, Psyche). The material world and its glories are the work of demons but union with the gods, our higher souls, our higher egos, can be accomplished only by theurgical means, which join us according to individual capacity to the divinely creative realm. Vatic powers reside in the higher ego which we all possess. In the 4th Century, Iamblichus (author of De Mysteriis), in struggling against the Galileans, stressed intellectual meditation and vigorously opposed magic and religion. But he virtually equated theurgy with raja yoga, calling samadhi manteia. In the 5th Century, Neoplatonism under Porphyry (who was Jewish), split into a Xtian version at Alexandria and an extremely short-lived Pagan version at Athens under Proclus. Porphyry and Plotinus also disapproved of "phenomenal theurgy" (physical magic). Neoplatonism was revived during the Renaissance by Ficino and Pico della Mirandola, whereafter it survived through the XIXth Century.

Its chief philosophy can probably be summed up as simple pantheism, but which the Xtians complexified to "the Logos that derives from One Divine Source."

Neoplatonism regarded Egypt as the source of all occult knowledge. Saccas himself rejected Xtianity totally, as it had in it nothing that could not be found in previous teachings. Paul Christian in his History of Magic tells us that, according to Proclus, Plato underwent a 13-year initiation in the mysteries of Thoth-Hermes by famed magi of Memphis -- Patheneitb, Ochoaps, Sechtnouphis and Etymon of Sebennithis. He emerged with what we now know as the "Platonic Doctrine."

At its best, Neoplatonism encouraged in the West an interest in Oriental systems, picking up Qabalah, Buddhism and Hinduism as enrichments. At its worst, it popularized an "anything goes" bubble-headed mysticism.


The study of and predilection for the new, to a somewhat morbid (hence, very interesting) degree.


The so-called "giants" mentioned in the Old Testament, who supposedly preceded Adam. In Hebrew, however, nefelim also means "the fallen ones" (or "those who have descended"), leading some contemporary writers, such as Zecharia Sitchin, to assume that they may have been visitants from another world. Even the Norse mythology places the giants before the Gods and the one version of their Underworld is Nifelheim, coldest and darkest of the 9 hells. It means "Home of mists." From nifel, cognate of Latin nebula, "cloud" and Sanskrit nabhas, "sky." The Judaic mythology states that it was the "Watchers of the Throne of God" who were attracted by the earth women, fell, mated with them, and produced the giants. The giants, in turn, taught man everything it has taken until the 20th Century to sort out. (See OZ.)


The animal instincts appropriate to the chakra of Yesod, realm of the Moon.


In extremity comes Neptune, the northernmost of all our arts, to help us overcome the forces of darkness that would enslave us. Neptune confers insight into the heart of the mystic powers. This knowledge, however, can be squeezed out only with great pain, only by the heaviest of pressure of affliction and torment.

The planet was discovered in 1864, in the sign of Aries. It has been assigned the rulership of Pisces. Neptune entered Capricorn in 1984, there to remain until 1998, the year of its entry into Aquarius. It will enter Pisces in 2013.


For those raised in the monotheistic tradition, the concept of many Gods is difficult to accept. We should understand, however, that for the Egyptians all of life was a religico-magical experience in which everyone and everything shared in divinity. When you separate the one from the many, you always obtain a god. Therefore, in their hieroglyphs a "God" was depicted by an ax, since an ax chops things up and separates the "one from the many." And these Gods were called neteru, a word very close in meaning to our word "Nature," in the sense of "the nature of" something. Thus, Ptah was the neter of Creation, Isis the neter of Mystery, Thoth the neter of speech and writing, Anubis the neter of the dead, and so on. Pharoah was the neter of his people and your soul is the neter of yourself.

There is no indication of popular of folk etymology linking neteru to Latin natus, naturus, "born, a-borning." On the other hand, there is no indication neter and nature aren't connected. Says Her Bak: "One must search for the means of making or undoing something always within its own nature."


The seventh qabalistic power zone on the Tree of Life, the abode of Venus, concerned with feelings, sensations, etc. It is victory over the fear to experience.


The new time of illumination based not on wishful thinking but upon deep, laborious insight.


The current renaissance of mystical awareness, beginning circa 1968 and now largely given over to commercial enterprises designed to take advantage of a phenomenal growth of popular interest in the occult. Proper term should be "New Aeon."


(See also DRUIDIC MONTHS.) The calendar to begin in the year 2000 and replace Gregorian time with a 365-day year of 13 months of 28 days each, plus one extra "unnamed" day at year's end. Every first of the month begins on a Monday and every fourth year is a New Moon. The equinoxes and solstices occur always on the same dates of the year.


One of Lovecraft's "Forgotten Ones." Grant calls him "The elder jester of the Pre-Create." A blend of Fool, Magus, Tower. He is Choronzon's brother, who dwells at the killing and curing center of laughter and has drawn the blueprint of human thought patterns.


The watcher of the 24th Tunnel. This figure from The Nightside of Eden corresponds to death in the conventional Tarot In Kenneth Grant's distortion, however, this is the path of sodomy, the reverse of Tiphareth, the "infernal sun in Amenta, the phallus in anus as distinct from the supernal sun." He also includes the scorpion and beetle as symbols of the "Dark Sun." The mysteries here evoked are sex magic and death magic, naturally, as well as "black magic" and Voodoo generally.

The sickness attributed to Niantiel was cancer, even before the advent of AIDS. The engineers of this disease, however, have sealed themselves off from all possibility of Salvation. The evil that Kenneth Grant saw -- to turn the Qliphah of Death into sodomy -- has at last been realized and the Kingdom of Hell is complete. The path between Tiphareth and Netzach is now the paved highroad between Belphagor and Baal.


Eternal Evolution (past, present, future). This is the most mystical number of all. It is the number of the Archon of the Ending Aeons. 999 is the year in which Kukulcan (Quetzalcoatl) died. It is the name of a very high IQ Society. 999 is the final transmutation of the current that began with 333, reached its culmination of evil mysticism in 666 and which will unlock the gates of the Otherworld at the end of this cycle's unfolding. It has also been appropriated by the J. R. "Bob" Dodds mock-cult (The Church of the Sub-Genius) as its seal, but is (for them) totally without significance or occult purpose, except as another symbol to subvert in their addiction to chaos.

9 to the 9th power is 387,420,489, which is sure to have some important meaning. Breaking that
down, 3 + 8 + 7 = 18 = 9; 4 + 2 + 0 = 6; 4 + 8 + 9 = 21 = 3; and ultimately 9 + 6 + 3 = 18 =
1 + 8 = 9. (See NUMEROLOGY.)


As sickness, age and death impel us to recede ever more deeply into ourselves and we discover that the illusory world outside is but the creation of our own minds, we begin to realize the bitter truth that there is no death either. If life is agony, there is no resting, for no sooner dead than ... reborn! And the torment of life must be endured again and again, until even amnesia wears thin and we find that we are nothing more nor less than hapless old Sisyphus himself. And if we pursue things far enough, it must be admitted that there even comes a time when we must accept our identity with the terrible Abraxas. (The final, ironic punishment of the atheist is that he himself, in mournful solitude, must bear the yoke of immortal godhood.)

Now it is that we remember the message of the Buddha -- that there is a way out of the endless cycle of birth and redeath. We can step off the wheel of Karma into Nirvana. Buddhism's goal is Nirvana, or release form the bonds of existence. The Sanskrit word means "blown away" or "blown out," i.e., extinguished, and since rebirth is the result of desire, freedom from rebirth is attained by the removal of desire, so that, for lack of fuel, the torch of rebirth blows out and is no longer passed on. Therefore, we can achieve Nirvana now, in this life. The elimination of egoism and selfless aspiration are some of the ways. That means the end of material existence, the attainment of Being, rather than becoming, and union with Ultimate Reality. The Buddha calls this "unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed," as opposed to the born, originated, created and formed phenomenal world.


One of the Forgotten Ones. The name of quiet erasing that removes the utterer with it. Says Kenneth Grant: "I send my power forth, so I may eat more power."


It works on Time as well as Space. Thus every sub-atomic experiment affects the Big Bang and reshapes the universe. Robert Anton Wilson: "Isomorphism and synchronicity are both aspects of the basic non-locality of information."


Term from Teilhard de Chardin's evolutionary theory. The expanding omnidimensional structure of all reality-labrynths on this planet; sum total of all human thoughts, feelings and (apparent) sense impressions.


A form of gematria in which the letters of a word are used to spell out a sentence or alternate or complementary meaning. Examples: E-G-O ("Externalized Godling Obsession"), S-E-X ("Spontaneously-Erupting Xenomania"), etc.

Further examples:

      NOTARIQON ("Naming of the Alphabets Rabbinical in Quality or Nature")
      ACRONYM ("Annoying Contemporary Reduction Obsession Nomenclature Yielding Meanderings")
      GOD ("Genetic Orthodox Despot")
      TIME ("Trust in Material Existence")
      ART ("Agnostic Radical Tendentiousness")
      MAN ("Metastasizing Ape Nemesis")
      DEATH ("Do Everything and then Home")
      POEM ("Possibility of English Miracles")

and, finally

      EDEN ("Ever-Decreasing Expansion Needs").


The ultimate origin of the universe. The entire panoply of the manifest world is but an expression or eversion of the primordial vacuum. Nothing always equals something, so the underside of non-existence is existence. ("The reference of things in existence is preformed in the realm of non-existence.") Anything can be considered a universe, so the same thing that allowed the universe to come out of nothing applies to anything else coming out of nothing. Nothingness, of course, is the creative element in rooms, boxes, wombs, vacuums, empty sheets of paper, etc.

Contrasting is an important aspect of Nothing. To understand a thing, its opposite must be brought to bear. To add dark and light results in Nothing. To subtract one equality from the other eliminates both minuend and subtrahend. All opposites extend into nothing. Thus, the opposite of multiplication by tens is the infinitesimals. The zero could have been used to measure the dimensions of minus reality.

Importance and dominance are a function of location and position rather than of substance per se.


(noein, to perceive; Nous, the mind.) An unknown and unknowable thing or substance as it is in itself as opposed to phenomenon, the form by which it is known or perceived by the senses. Loosely, it refers to a mental phenomenon, especially of the anomalous sort, such as ESP, spirit visions, etc.


Infinite space. She can stand in for Isis, but she is the non-conceptualizing sky goddess. She contains the various lights of Heaven -- the stars, which illuminate earthly (mundane) consciousness, which are the children of the Sun (Superconscious) and Moon (Subconscious). Horus, Nuit's son, is the "freed" consciousness, liberated in order to wander at will, unconfined by particularity.


The first thing to remember about numbers is that each number, far from being just an accretion of previous numbers, really is unique. Numbers are the quintessence of symbology, and numerology appeals mostly to the abstract metaphysician, just as, in science, mathematics appeals to the abstract-minded scientist. Numerology, like astrology and palmistry, has a bad reputation because it's so easily misunderstood and misused. Since we can all recognize synchronicity, it's only natural to rush from there to the assumption that coincidence is the same thing as divination. But, synchronicity is nothing more than evidence that there are patterns of many kinds. It would be better if we could de-emphasize the practical side of everything and concentrate on the esthetics. The Egyptians used to teach that the most valuable things are the most useless: the arts, for example, or philosophy, or gold.

Finally, we should remember that it was through the indolent adoption of the easy decimal system (rather than the more perfect and exacting duodecimal system) that Atlantis finally brought itself down. This mathematically lazy way out is exactly the same path for which we have settled.

So numerology is simply the metaphysical side to numbers. One and one, for instance, are two, not because arithmetic says so, but because being equally "unique" they can't be reconciled as one, or "united," and are therefore at odds and in conflict with each other, as opposites in a mutual duality or "duel." Three, on the other hand, is a collection based on some kind of agreement, four a quaternity based on crossed oppositions in perfect balance, and so one.

There are also different ways of dealing with numerology -- theoria and praxis. In gematria, however, the idea is to add up the value of a word and then find other words that add up to the same number. They would thus be equivalents. This works rather well in Hebrew (to a lesser extent in Greek) but rather poorly in English -- simply because of the intrinsic differences between languages. Example: Jehovah has the same value as Chozeh ("seer" or "prophet"). Therefore, to the ancient Jews, God and Prophesy would be practically synonymous.

Numerological reduction is a convenience. It's easier to deal with numbers from 1 to 10 than with great blobs like 847 or 9,556,431. But numerologists also add before reducing. If a room contains 8 people, the numerology lecturer might perhaps decide to deliver his "octave" message. If 3 more people arrived, he'd change that to 11 which has an entirely different meaning from its reduction to 1 + 1 = 2. The higher the number, the more unstable its meaning becomes. For example, 11 stands symbolically for all the higher numbers (above 10), which is why 11 is the number of Sorcery.

The values of the Hebrew letters are: 1-ALEPH, 2-BETH, 3-GIMEL, 4-DALED, 5-HE, 6-VAU, 7-ZAYIN, 8-CHETH, 9-TETH, 10-YOD, 20-KAPH, 30-LAMED, 40-MEM, 50-NUN, 60-SAMECH, 70-AYIN, 80-PE, 90-TZADDE, 100-QOPH, 200-RESH, 300-SHIN, 400-TAV, 500-FINAL K, 600-FINAL M; 700-FINAL N, 800-FINAL P, 900-TZ, 1000-ALEPH (writ large).

In both Arab esoteric studies and in Judaic Cabal, such numbers form anagrams and extend the power of words: e.g., 93=Greek Agape, 398=Neshek, the serpent, and also Messiah.

The meanings of some of the numbers (my own attributions, plus some of Crowley's gematria from Liber 777):

      000 Void of Voids, without possibility of Being.
      00 the Double Void
      0 Zero, the Void, The Goddess, Infinite Nuit, the Unmanifest. The "number" out of which everything comes. In the Tarot it's called "The Fool" because it obey its own mysterious, unknowable rules and is not subject to analysis. (Although we can and do theorize about it). It's the Great Mother, the Void, that which lies beyond Alpha and Omega; Original Mind.
      1 Every Creation; Ultimate Power, God, Hadit the point, Uniqueness; the Manifest (Set, Sirius B), Pluto; the gods; Kether; Cosmic Consciousness; Yod-Atziluth; Archetypal world; Aleph; Reason. Egyptian ankh. Fire. The most powerful of all magical numbers. Number of the individual and the unique. All miracles are possible once. One is the impossible beginning of everything coming out of the void. As in music, it bears the stress: ONE-two-three...
      2 Matter; The Fall; Opposition; Good & Evil; Neptune; Chokmah (subject), Moons of Mars, Neptune; Heh-Briah; Dissention. Egyptian uas; the number of division and opposition, analysis and separation; Darkness and light; Good and Evil. Mystery.
      3 Evolution; Space; Unanimity, Unity, the ALL, multiplication, Saturn; Binah (object); vav-Yetzirah. Egyptian djed. (Grant assigns 3 to Set and Satan.) Synthesis, construction. Abundance, fruitfulness. The apparent "difference" of things in the Gurdjieffian sense -- the template in the mind. 3 also is the emblem of infinity.
      4 Manifestation: the Elements, etc; Jupiter; Chesed; heh-Assiah. Egyptian nebet. Earth. Number of physical reality, completing the foundations of things. Practicality. The Authority to be. Command. Mercy.
      5 Consciousness; the hand, pentagram, man; Mars; Geburah. Moons of Uranus. Chinese elements (Earth, Fire, Water, Wood, Metal) -- Earth is the fifth element, yellow and central. The number of mediation, hence: Humanity . Sin, error, but also progress and knowledge. Without 5 there is no human evolution or purpose. Courage. Achievement.
      6 The Work of Creation; The Sun; Solar-Phallic energy; Spatial Directions, Harmony; Tiphareth. In the I Ching, 6 is the number of Yin, i.e., Completion. Time, space and astronomy. Number of beauty and the power of love.
      7 The Totality of Creation; Earth's escape velocity (M. P. S.); Will; Classical Planets; tones; the inferior power zones; The Dragon's head; Scorpion; Swastika; Hyena; Serpent, Lion, Ape, Typhon; Colors in the spectrum; Opportunity (because man develops by 7 year periods). Number of overcoming, victory, accomplishment. Perfect harmony. The Virgin, symbol of eternal rather than created things.
      8 Infinity (the Lemniscate); Octagon, heaven on earth or lower sephiroth plus Daath (or 7 planets plus Sothis); Mercury; Hod, Ogoad, the Buddhist & other 8 path. Perfection. Strength, fortitude, everlastingness. It is the first cubic number, hence it stands for the cube itself, or earth. Splendor of endurance. The octagon is the symbol of the meeting of heaven & earth because it is a compromise halfway between the square (earth) and the circle (heaven).
      9 Number of the Moon; Container of all numbers; Number of known astronomical planets. Eternity; Yesod; Endings, echatology; Moons of Saturn; Number of Muses; In the I Ching, 9 is the number of Yang. Arabic Ta (Secret Knowledge ). Number of absolute completion, perfection and wisdom. Since the ennead is the final limitation, it is the acceptance of solitude and the beginning of the inward journey to the Infinite.
      10 Earth, Samsara; Reincarnation; (1 + 2 + 3 + 4) The Tetractys; Yod; number of Sephiroth; Commandments; planes; Malkuth. This is the number of new beginnings based on harmonious conclusions to previous activities. It is the lower exponent of the Monad, the created world. It is the individual, unique power as it appears in harmonious context with the many other uniquenesses of the world. It is great fortune.
      11 Number of the years of the sunspot cycle. The general number of magic or sorcery and magicians -- or energy tending to change. Uranus. Daath (or Egyptian Duat, Tuat). This is the individual in confrontation with the world. Hence it is the number of Justice and Balance. It is also the number of war and the battle with the demonic element.
      12 Baptism; Sacrifice; Solar zodiac. The number of the hanged man, i.e., sacrifice. This is the individual as he is plunged into the world and at the same time apart from it.
      13 Arachne, the spider. The scale of the highest feminine unity; easily transformed to secondary masculine ideas by any male component; or, the unity resulting from love. Death; Lunar Zodiac; beginning of adolescence; Moons of Jupiter. Orbits in solar system (including Vulcan, Isis and Osiris). Thirteen is also the basic Mayan unit of change (13 days to a week) and the number of months in the Newtime calendar. Number of Death and Metamorphosis -- as the old life completes, a new life must begin. This is the practical side or physics of metaphysics. From 13 to 20 may be likened to the stages of an LSD experience in which the Ego dies and must be totally disintegrated. Then at 20 is reborn and at 21, the Ego is deliberately re-shaped into a new individual that fits ideally into the world.
      14 Number of pieces into which Osiris's body was cut by Set; Gematria of Zahav. Temperance or Art, it is, the physical means by which one is able to manipulate and balance the world.
      15 Kamea sum of Saturn; Illusion; The Devil. The number of illusion -- it's the shadow cast by beauty and love. Since it has to do with darkness as an illusion, the Devil is called Lucifer, the light-bearer. (The holder of the torch is himself in the darkness.)
      16 Number of Eve; Number of human kalas (bodily secretions). In Egyptian hieroglyphs, 16 symbolized delight because this is the age when a young man has his first sexual experience. Coitus, thus, is 16 next to 16 = 1616. The Tower of Babel. This is the struggle for Heaven as it erupts in words -- that is, the understanding of oneself is not always able to communicate to others.
      17 Tantric number of kalas! The masculine unity. (Trinity of Aleph, Vau, Yod). Star of the magi. The Star is all those striving things -- hope, ambition, faith, longing, etc. It feeds on itself and re-invigorates all that it touches. It accomplishes what The Tower cannot.
      18 Percentage of the Moon's surface varying from visible to invisible. The Moon (twice 9). This is the solitary path itself, leading back into the inner being and one's own enlightenment.
      19 Number of the year of the lunar cycle; Xtian "Golden Number"; The feminine glyph. The Sun. This is the ultimate, true enlightenment itself; the quest of all our strivings.
      20 Number of days in the Maya month. Kaph. Resurrection. Rebirth.
      21 Mystic number of Tiphareth; Age of majority; 3 x 7. The World (as it is built back up in a better way).
      22 Letters in Hebrew alphabet; Major Arcana; Tunnel Sentinels.
      23 The "glyph of (nascent) life"; Coincidence and Synchronicity.
      24 Path of Scorpio (Scarlet Woman) or of the Water Demon. Letters in Greek alphabet.
      26 Tetragrammaton; Numbers of the Sephiroth of the Middle Pillar (without Maat); Letters in English alphabet.
      28 Lunar cycle of days. Solar cycle of years (1st day of week restored to same day of week). Letters of Arabic alphabet. The numbers from 1 - 7 add up to 28 (1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7).
      29 The magic force itself, the masculine current. Days in moon cycle, feminine current. 29 = 2 + 9 = 1 = 2.
      30 Number of degrees in a sign. Ass; Lamedh.
      31 Gematria of AL (God) also means "Not," key number of the New Aeon; The highest feminine trinity -- zero through the glyph of the circle. (Great Modulus of Zero.)
      32 Number of gravity increase acceleration (32 feet per second per second); Paths of the Qabalah.
      33 Age of Christ; magical age in general.
      34 Jupiter Kamea sum.
      36 Star sapphire; the Sun; curses. Platonic duodecimal.
      37 111/3; A prime number; sum of Daath (11) and the 4 Sephiroth of the Middle Pillar (10 + 9 + 6 + 11 + 1). The unity itself in its balanced trinitarian manifestation.
      40 Mem; Babylonian rain period -- 40 days before festival of New Year, when Pleiades visible. (Thus Jewish 40 days.) 40 days is the philosophical month and 40 the number of preparation, waiting, the wisdom of darkness and the natural processes of solution and disintegration.
      41 Percent of the Moon's surface hidden from earth; the yoni as a vampire force, sterile. Hispanic number of homosexuality.
      42 The completion of the elements experienced via darkness.
      43 A number of orgasm -- especially the male.
      44 Cabal; sand; blood/water; flame; Aquarius.
      45 Adam.
      47 The yoni as dynamic, prehensile, spasmodic, etc. Esprit de travail.
      49 7 x 7. In Tibetan Bsm. 49 is the number of days spent in the Afterworld between incarnations.
      50 Number of minutes later the moon rises every night.
      53 The yoni as instrument of pleasure (Hedonogenous.)
      55 Phallos.
      56 Word of Nu or Nuit (Abrahadabra as the union of 5 & 6.)
      59 The yoni calling for the lingam as ovum, menstruum and desire.
      60 Second and minute units; Machine cycles; Samekh; Greek X.
      61 Nia; Ain; the negative positively knowing self.
      64 I Ching patterns.
      65 Mars Kamea sum.
      66 Mystic number of the Opus Magnum and the Qlipoth.
      67 The Womb containing the twins.
      70 Biblical "Age" of Death; Ayin; Omicron.
      71 A number of Binah, silence and nothingess.
      72 The mystical Platonic duodecimal number whose powers and multiples produce the distances between planets, diameters of orbits, etc. 72 is the Average human life-span today.
      73 The feminine aspect of Chokmah in his phallic function.
      76 Halley's comet orbit in years.
      78 Mezla, influence from above; total number of Tarots, Ego, Ape of Thoth, Aiwass, the Oza (giants or monsters of creation).
      80 Peh; pi.
      81 Number of Tetragrams in the T'ai Hsan Ching; Talam; Moon; Witchcraft; Hecate.
      82 Compound number; Angel of Venus, beloved object.
      83 Consecration; highest form of love. Energy, freedom, amrita, aspiration.
      87 Number of Lebenah (Frankincense), Aossic; chalice.
      88 Khabs, "The Star."
      89 A number of sin and taboo. Silence, of Black Magic.
      90 Tzaddi.
      91 Number of hairs (paths) in the Supernal Beard.
      93 Thelema, Agape, Aiwass.
      97 A number of Chesed as water and as father.
      99 Ending of endings. Tithiane; Geburah's infernal abode.
      100 Kephalos; Qoph; Rho.
      108 A Platonic duodecimal number.
      111 "Ain Sof Aur"; Kamea sum of the Sun; Number of Abra-Melin Servitors.
      123 War, plague, pleasure, violation.
      131 Samael, Satan, Pan, Baphomet.
      156 Zion; Babalon; number of letters for Enochian tablet.
      160 Ipo (name of the sun in a lower hemisphere); the number of Tonal in Castaneda's world of phenomena (Nagual is to Tonal as Sirius to Ipo).
      164 A compound number; Cleaving; profane, as opposed to sacred.
      177 The Garden of Eden.
      200 Resh, Sigma.
      210 The Return; Joining to the Void's original 3 stages; 000.
      216 Platonic duodecimal number.
      217 Sigma-eta-theta, Seth; Star of Babalon (Scarlet Woman); Sirius; Deborah, "the Bee" (Sekhet, goddess of intoxication and sexual passion).
      222 Beyond Good and Evil; Whiteness.
      256 Number of poisonous methods of astral projection.
      260 The Mayan Tzolkin cycle of change. 260 = 13 x 20 (the mystic numbers); Kamea sum of Mercury; Tiriel, the Intelligence of Mercury.
      261 Meher Baba; Hriliu; Word of the Dove; "The Abomination of Desolation" (Stele of Reveling).
      280 RP, "Terror"; number of squares on the side of the vault containing the body of Christian Rosenkreutz.
      289 PTR, hole, void.
      292 The "drug of death"; the raven (black bird of Set); Chozzar.
      300 Shin, Greek tau.
      305 Number of Yetzirah.
      325 Bartzabel (spirit of Mars).
      330 SOR (revolution); hurricane; tempest; circles of time.
      333 "Connection to the Infinite"; Chaos: Shugal-Set, the front half of the beast, which together with Choronzon or Chozzar, the back, makes 666.
      342 Bsm.; Perfume; ambrosia.
      353 Hermes.
      360 Degrees in a circle (or zodiac).
      365 Days in a year; number of Abraxas (Greek letters); number also of Mithras.
      369 Kamea of Luna.
      370 Left hand; Sabbatic Goat; Creation (as matter and spirit); Foundation.
      389 Aossic (ancient extraterrestrial entity).
      393 Blends the twin forces of Set and Horus (lightside and nightside of the Tree of Life).
      400 Tav.
      406 Tav spelled out; also "Thou."
      412 Romulus.
      418 Abrahadabra.
      442 Ends of the Earth.
      444 "The Limits of Manifestation"; Al-Azif, Alhazred.
      474 Gematria of Daath.
      500 Phoenix; Kaph final; psi.
      504 Figures in the formation of circles.
      505 Kamea sum of 10 x 10.
      511 Head.
      535 Kteis.
      555 Enlightenment.
      600 Mem final; Chi.
      612 Zeus.
      640 Shamash; realm of the Sun; Mpitzth (horrible idol); Gematria of Cup of Consolation; menstrual blood.
      666 Number of Hatkariel; sum of the square of The Sun (i.e. the Antichrist). Splendors of Being; Number of the Beast; Beast with two backs; Satanic Trinity (Typhon, Apophis, Besz), opponent of Michael, Sorath..
      671 Thora/Athor/Tharo.
      700 Nun final; Upsilon.
      733 "The White Head."
      777 Magic, Creation. Dagon; Stauros.
      789 Link between Aeon of Horus and Maat.
      800 Peh final, Omega.
      801 The sum of "Alpha and Omega"; also peristera, "a dove."
      823 Sahasra; graven idol.
      864 Platonic duodecimal number.
      888 Metamorphosis, Iesous.
      900 Tzaddi final.
      999 Eternal Evolution (past, present, future); End of the World; Number of the true Trinity; "Nymphe" or creatures such as the Dols or Dholes; Romulus Hespaeria; Triple 9 Society; 999 C.E. is the year that Kukulkan (Quetzalcoatl) died. The final resolution of 333 and 666.
      1000 The Millenium; Rab-Aleph.
      1060 The Tabernacle (Meshken).
      1061 Sunset.
      1296 Platonic duodecimal number.
      1461 Sirius Cycle.
      1728 Platonic duodecimal number.
      1999 Date of Nostradamus' prediction of the Eschaton.
      2000 Precessional Change; Year of the Dragon.
      2012 Mayan date of "end of the world."
      2167 Corrected precessional number.
      3168 Important ancient mystical number used in construction.
      5040 Another important ancient number.
      12358 Fibonacci series.
      26000 Great Year of the Egyptians.
      36000 Ancient Chaldean Saros Cycle.
      114048 Platonic number thought to have the best factors for making it the number of the world-soul.
      187740489 Nine to the ninth power.


The faceless god of the Late Egyptians, as well as one of the Lovecraftian Forgotten Ones. Nyarlathotep is the blind "messenger of the Gods," whose tentaculary adorned cyclops-eye is "all-seeing." (He may also be completely headless.) We will know when the Great Old Ones break through, because Nyarlathotep will act as a siren, beginning his infernal howl out of the depths of the darkness, and the howling will continue without pause forever after.


Tibetan "Alaya" or the universal self or soul of all things.


Overtaken by insatiable and mad desire. In Greek, nymphe means "bride," as contrasted with porne, or "prostitute."

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