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Arc Anda Aresha The Tree of Life:
Filing Cabinet of the Western Mystery Tradition
and Methods to Recall the Information
by Samuel Scarborough
The Tree of Life, one of the most recognized symbols of the Western Mystery Tradition is more than just a symbol or graph to understand the Divine Emanations that created the universe in Kabbalistic thought. The Tree is used as a means to place the various Divine Names, planets, Archangels, Angels, and metals in a logical order so that we as magicians can understand the universe around us. Most of us have looked at the information that is ascribed to each of the sephiroth of the Tree of Life and thought what a daunting task it is to learn all that information, and many of the beginning magicians are frustrated with trying to remember which of the sephiroth relates to the Archangel Raphael lapr and which relates to the Sun.
So just what is the Tree of Life? Well, I think that one of the best definitions comes from Dion Fortune's The Mystical Qabalah:
It is a glyph, that is to say a composite symbol, which is intended to represent the cosmos in its entirety and the soul of man as it relates thereto; and the more we study it, the more we see that it is an amazingly adequate representation; we use it as an engineer or the mathematician uses his slide-rule, to scan and calculate the intricacies of existence, visible and invisible, in external nature or the hidden depth of the soul.
Ten circles arranged in a specific pattern and connected by a series of ten lines most often represent this glyph. The ten circles represent the Ten Divine Emanations, called the sephiroth (plural of the word sephira), and the lines symbolize Paths that connect the individual sephira to one another. The word sephira, literally means counting and is distinguished from the Hebrew word mispar, which means numbers. Even though the sephiroth are said to represent the ten basic digits, they are not numbers. In a more modern manner, the Tree of Life can be defined as:
The ten spheres or Sephiroth connected by the 22 paths of the Hebrew alphabet, form the Tree of Life (Otz Chaim), the central glyph of the Qabalah. The Tree of Life describes the steps between mundane consciousness (represented by Malkuth) and the divine (represented by Kether).
The basic form of the Tree of Life that is shown the most is as follows and depicts the ten spheres or circles (sephiroth) connected by the 22 paths of the Hebrew alphabet.
The Tree can be used as a means to catalog the various information that is found in the Hermetic Traditions, a filing cabinet that can be used to sort through this information. Each of the Ten Spheres can relate to a certain amount of information from the color of the particular sephiroth to the various gods of the world pantheons that relate to the sephira in question. In the following text, we will go over the basic information that is normally attributed to the Tree of Life in the Western Mystery Traditions, and discuss ways to remember these attributions.
Basic Information on the Tree
Each of the ten spheres has a name that directly identifies the sephira and the idea that this sephira represents. The various names of the sephiroth are derived from Scripture. The first three of the sephiroth are named in Exodus 31:3:
And I have filled him with the spirit of God, in Wisdom, and in Understanding, and in the Knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship.
In the kabbalistic book, Sefer Yetzirah, this is explained as follows: the "spirit of God" refers to Kether, while "Wisdom" and "Understanding" refer to the next two sephiroth, Chokmah and Binah, as well as the hidden sephira Daath that follows these two sephiroth. The next seven sephiroth on the Tree of Life have their names derived from 1 Chronicles 29:11:
Thine, O Lord, is the Greatness, and the Power, and the Glory, and the Majesty: for all that is
in the heaven and in the earth is thine; thine is the Kingdom, O Lord, and thou art exalted as
head above all.
Here all the names of the lower sephiroth are defined. Most of the time the first of the lower sephiroth is called Chesed (meaning Love), rather than Gedulah (meaning Greatness), and the next to the last sephiroth is normally called Yesod (Foundation) rather than Kol (meaning All).
This is how all of the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life are named starting from the top, closest to the Divine, to the bottom, the Physical Manifestation of Divine Will. Kether (Crown) is the topmost sphere, followed by Chokmah (Wisdom), then by Binah (Understanding), Daath (Knowledge), Chesed (Mercy), Geburah (Severity), Tiphareth (Beauty), Netzach (Victory), Hod (Splendor), Yesod (Foundation), and finally at the bottom of the Tree, Malkuth (Kingdom). Each of the sephira is numbered from one to ten, also starting at the top (Kether as one) and ending with ten at the bottom (Malkuth as ten).
What follows is a basic discussion of the Ten Sephiroth with some of their attributions and names as they relate to the Western Mystery Tradition. These names and attributions are normally memorized by the practicing magician and used to relate to various aspects of magick and knowledge. After a brief discussion of the basic information on the Sephiroth, then we will go over some additional information that can be placed on the Tree of Life.
Starting with the top of the Tree of Life, we begin with Kether (sphere number one), which is the closest to the Divine. Kether means the Crown, and relates to the top of the Tree of Life. There are also many additional titles of Kether; among these are Arik Anpin (meaning Long Nose in Aramaic), Aur Penimi (meaning the Internal Light), and Elyon (meaning Most High). Most of these titles are Aramaic and from the Zohar, a renowned book on the Kabbalah. These titles of Kether are not normally used to relate to Kether in the modern period, but were used at different times in several of the different esoteric schools that were found throughout the Eastern Mediterranean and in Spain. The color most used to represent Kether is Brilliant White, which comes from the Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn's attributions of colors as they relate to the Tree of Life. The Divine name of Kether is Eheieh (meaning I Am); and the Archangel of Kether is Metatron (meaning The Angel of the Presence), head of the Angelic Choir, Chayoth ha-Qadesh (meaning Holy Living Creatures), or the Order of the Seraphim.
Kether is also the sphere that contains all that was, is, or will be. It is the First Emanation and the sphere of pure spiritual being, the point of absolute Unity without division. As such one of the symbols of Kether is the Point, and a Point is often placed on the Tree of Life in Kether to represent this idea of Unity. It is also the place on the Tree of Life that contains the Source of All and the Highest Divine Essence that we can conceive. This Source of All is sometimes described as the Primum Mobile or the First Whirlings of Manifestation, a phase that correctly describes the action of the cosmic energy art the creation of the universe. This Primum Mobile is sometimes shown by the symbol of a swastika or fylfot cross, which is another of the symbols relating to Kether.
White Brilliance (Queen Scale)
Eheieh (Divine name)
Chayoth ha-Qadesh (Angelic Choir)
Holy Living Ones (Translation of Chayoth ha-Qadesh)
1st Whirlings (Planets)
Almond flower (Plant)
The Point (Geometric Symbol)
The next sephira that we come to as we come down the Tree of Life is Chokmah (sphere number two). It is the next closest to the Divine. Chokmah means Wisdom. Other titles of Chokmah are Ab (meaning The Father), Abba (meaning The Supernal Father), and Kochmah (meaning The Power of Yetzirah). The Divine name of Chokmah is Yah , and the Archangel is Raziel (meaning Secret of God), part of the Angelic Choir Ophanim (meaning The Wheels). The color of Chokmah in the Queen Scale of the Golden Dawn is grey.
Chokmah is the first sephira that develops a polarity and is placed at the head of the Pillar of Mercy, or the Right Hand Pillar. The energy of Chokmah is dynamic and outpouring, sort of a stimulator for the universe, relating to masculine principal. Some of the symbols that relate to Chokmah are The Line, and the Phallus. Also the Zodiac can be placed here to show the physical representation of Chokmah on the Tree of Life.
Grey (Queen Scale)
Yah (Divine Name)
Ophanim (Angelic Choir)
Wheels (Translation of Ophanim)
Star Ruby (Stone)
Inner Robe (Tool)
The Line (Geometric Symbol)
The next sephira that we come to on the Tree of Life is Binah (sphere number three), and means Understanding. Like Chokmah, Binah is the head of one of the Pillars on the Tree, in this case, the Pillar of Severity or the Left Hand Pillar. The forces connected with Binah as passive in nature and relate to the feminine. So like Chokmah, Binah has developed its own polarity, but a feminine one as opposed to Chokmah's masculine one. Other titles of Binah include Ama (meaning the Mother), Aima (meaning the Supernal Mother), and Korsia (meaning the Throne). The Divine Name for Binah is YHVH Elohim (meaning Lord God), and the Archangel is Tzaphqiel (meaning Contemplation of God). The Angelic Choir is the Aralim (meaning the Thrones or the Mighty Ones). The color of Binah in the Golden Dawn Queen Scale is black, and the scent associated with this sephira is myrrh or civit.
Binah is also the sephira that builds Form, another feminine function. To do this Binah receives the overflow of the dynamic or masculine energy built up in Chokmah and organizes it for the first time under the concept of Form. The concept of Form only exists at this point on the Tree of Life as a polarity, the basic capacity to build Form.
Black (Queen Scale)
YHVH Elohim (Divine Name)
Aralim (Angelic Choir)
Thrones (Translation of Aralim)
Outer Robe (Tool)
Triangle (Geometric Symbol)
The sephira Daath , meaning Knowledge is really a non-sephira or an invisible sephira. It is also known as the Abyss and is below Chokmah and Binah, between the other sephiroth of the Tree of Life. It is also on the Middle Pillar of the Tree of Life between Tiphareth and Kether. This invisible sephira has no attributions of Divine Name or Angelic Choir, and is often not shown on some representations of the Tree of Life.
There is still some information that is relevant to Daath. Daath is produced from the conjunction of Chokmah and Binah, which are Wisdom and Understanding. It is in this invisible sephira Daath (Knowledge), which Chokmah (Wisdom) and Binah (Understanding) combine with what is known as the Beautiful Path (Tiphareth). This is the concealed or hidden concept that which pervades the whole emanation. Another way to say this is that without Knowledge, the student can not have Understanding and Wisdom, as Knowledge helps to better understand a situation or thing, and to give the student a better opportunity in making the wise choice.
The next sephira that we come to is Chesed (sphere number four), the meaning of which is Mercy. This sephira is sometimes referred to as Gedulah (meaning Greatness). Chesed is considered the First Sephira of the Microprosopos, the manifested universe. This is the place where the energy that is Formed in Binah is given a more concrete form. The Divine name associated with Chesed is El , and the Archangel is Tzadqiel (meaning Justice of God). The Angelic Choir is Chasmalim (meaning Brilliant Ones), while the color in the Golden Dawn Queen Scale is blue.
Chesed is often referred to as a cohesive intelligence. This is because Chesed contains all of the holy powers, or energies that it has received from the Supernals, the top three sephira of the Tree of Life. It is in Chesed that the unmanifested power is gathered and the process of manifestation begins without diminishing the Divine Emanations on their way to materialization in Malkuth.
Blue (Queen Scale)
El (Divine Name)
Tzadqiel (Archangel Name)
Chasmalim (Angelic Choir)
The Brilliant Ones (Translation of Chasmalim)
Square (Geometric Symbol)
Next on the Tree of Life we come to Geburah (sphere number five), meaning Severity. There are other titles for this sephira and they include Din (meaning Justice), and Pachad (meaning Fear). Geburah (Severity) is the polar opposite of Chesed (Mercy) meaning that an extreme is reached through harsh action. The Divine name associated with Geburah is Elohim Gibor . The Archangel of Geburah is Kamael (meaning Severity of God), sometimes spelled Khamael or Camael, while the Angelic Choir is the Seraphim (meaning Powers), and the color linked to Geburah in the Queen Scale of the Golden Dawn is scarlet.
As can be seen in the previous two sephira, Chesed and Binah, the polarities of masculine and feminine are reinforced. Just as the energy of Chesed is the same as Chokmah on a lower level, Geburah has the same energy as Binah, but also on a lower, more manifest level. At this level of the Tree the masculine and feminine traits of the Divine energy and of each sephira is becoming more and more apparent, with Geburah seeming harsher than Binah on the masculine side of the Tree.
Scarlet (Queen Scale)
Elohim Gibor (Divine Name)
Seraphim (Angelic Choir)
Powers (Translation of Seraphim)
Pentagram (Geometric Symbol)
The next sephiroth that is on the Tree of Life is Tiphareth (sphere number six), meaning Beauty. This sephira occupies the middle of the Tree of Life and is prominently seen on all the drawings of the glyph. Other titles of Tiphareth are Zauir Anpin (meaning Lesser Countenance), Melekh (meaning King), Seir Anpin (meaning Bearded Countenance), Ben (meaning The Son), and Ish (meaning The Man). Tiphareth is directly below Kether on the Middle Pillar of the Tree of Life. The Divine Emanations or Energies are mixed in this sephira from Kether, Geburah, and Chesed, and are perfectly balanced. The Divine name of Tiphareth is YHVH Eloah va-Daath (meaning Lord God of Knowledge). The Archangel is Raphael (meaning God's Healing). This is the more common Archangel linked to Tiphareth, but sometimes the Archangel is given as Michael . The Angelic Choir is the Melekim (meaning Kings). The Golden Dawn gave the color of Tiphareth in the Queen Scale as gold.
This is the sphere of harmony between the Mercy of Chesed and the Severity of Geburah, the perfect balance between the aggressive and benevolent energies of these two sephira. Because it is in a direct line with Kether, Tiphareth mirrors the purity of Kether, but in a more manifest level.
Gold (Queen Scale)
YHVH Eloah va-Daath (Divine Name)
Melekim (Angelic Choir)
Kings (Translation of Melekim)
After Tiphareth, we come to the sephira Netzach (sphere number seven), which means Victory. Netzach is the lowest of the sephiroth in the Right Hand Pillar or the Pillar of Mercy. It is in Netzach that the balanced forces of Tiphareth continue on towards manifestation in Malkuth. This energy can be expressed in art, dance, music, and poetry. The Divine Name of Netzach is YHVH Tzaboath (meaning Lord of Hosts). The Archangel name is Haniel (meaning Grace of God)of the Angelic Choir Elohim (meaning Gods), and is also called the Order of Principalities. The Golden Dawn assigned the Queen Scale color emerald green to Netzach.
Netzach is a dynamic energy or force that inspires and drives us. It is the reflection of the fiery energy of Geburah, but at the level of human personality, but is tempered by the balancing forces of Tiphareth. This way the fiery energy becomes desire and emotion. Netzach is the counterbalance of Hod.
Emerald Green (Queen Scale)
YHVH Tzaboath (Divine Name)
Elohim (Angelic Choir)
Gods (Translation of Elohim)
Heptagram (Geometric Symbol)
The sephira after Netzach is Hod (sphere number eight), which means Splendor. Hod is sometime translated to mean Glory. This sephira is at the bottom of the Pillar of Severity and symbolizes the intellectual, rational part of the brain, as opposed to the emotions that are represented in Netzach. The Divine Name linked to Hod is Elohim Tzaboath (meaning God of Hosts). The Archangel is Michael (meaning Who is as God), and the Angelic Choir is the Beni Elohim (meaning Sons of Gods), but is more often referred to the Archangels. The color associated with Hod by the Golden Dawn in the Queen Scale is orange.
The energy in Hod is a lower form of the energy in Chesed, but balanced by the forces in Tiphareth. In Hod the emotions and instincts of Netzach take on form and become action. This sphere is a counterbalance to Netzach because without the emotions of Netzach, the rational intellect of Hod is uninspired. Likewise, the emotions of Netzach need the discipline of the intellect provided in Hod.
Orange (Queen Scale)
Elohim Tzabaoth (Divine Name)
Beni Elohim (Angelic Choir)
Sons of Gods (Translation of Beni Elohim)
Mercury or Quicksilver (Metal)
Fire Opal (Stone)
Octogram (Geometric Symbol)
After Hod, we come to the sephira Yesod (sphere number nine), which means Foundation. It is sometimes referred to as Tzadiq-Yesod-Olam (meaning The Righteous is the Foundation of the World). This sephira is directly below Tiphareth on the Middle Pillar. The Divine Name of Yesod is Shaddai El Chai (meaning Almighty Living God). The Archangel is Gabriel (meaning God is my Strength), and the Angelic Choir is Kerubim (meaning Angels). The color given to Yesod in the Queen Scale by the Golden Dawn is violet.
Yesod is the sephira on the Middle Pillar that contains the two completed forces of Hod and Netzach. Yesod is a basic building block on which further developments can be built. In many aspects, Yesod is much like a fully formed fetus in the womb. It is here that a new era begins and the old one ends.
Violet (Queen Scale)
Shaddai El Chai (Divine Name)
Kerubim (Angelic Choir)
Angels (Translation of Kerubim)
Enneagram (Geometric Symbol)
The last of the sephiroth on the Tree of Life is Malkuth (sphere number 10), which means Kingdom. Some of the additional titles of Malkuth are Malkah (meaning The Queen), Kalah (meaning The Bride), Shekinah (meaning The Divine Presence), Shar or Throa (meaning The Gate), and Betulah (meaning The Virgin). It is in Malkuth that the Divine Will or energy is made manifest to the Physical World. The Divine Name is Adonai ha-Aretz (meaning Lord of the Earth). The Archangel of Malkuth is Sandalphon (meaning Co-Brother), while the Angelic Choir is the Eshim (meaning Flames). The Queen Scale color given to Malkuth by the Golden Dawn is different from the other sephiroth in that Malkuth is divided into four different colors divided by an "X". The top part of the "X" is colored citrine; the right, olive; the bottom, black; the left, russet.
Malkuth is the final receptacle for the combined energies of the Tree of Life. Where the other spheres are basically kinetic and mobile, Malkuth is stable and inert, and unlike the other sephira, it is not part of a triad. Malkuth is the Physical World around us, the Creation of the Divine.
Citrine/Olive/Black/Russet (Queen Scale)
Adonai ha-Aretz (Divine Name)
Eshim (Angelic Choir)
Flames (Translation of Eshim)
Dittany of Crete (Scent)
Four Elements (Planet)
Rock Crystal (Stone)
Decagram (Geometric Symbol)
Advanced Information on the Tree of Life
The above information is the basic concepts and images that relate to the various sephiroth of the Tree of Life. In this section, we will discuss some different things that can be placed on the various sephiroth and on the paths of the Tree of Life. Some of these ideas will be the gods and goddesses of the various pantheons of the world, the Tarot, the Hebrew alphabet, and other lesser-known attributions. This part of the discussion on the Tree of Life will not cover every aspect of what is attributed to the various parts of the Tree, but will give an idea as to what can be placed where on the Tree.
The first thing that we will look at on the Tree is the placement of the Tarot. As we know the Tarot is divided into two separate groups called the Arcanas, these being the Lesser Arcana which consists of fifty-six cards of the four suits and the Major Arcana which consists of the twenty-two cards of the trumps. The fifty-six cards of the Minor Arcana are arranged Ace through King in the various sephira, while the twenty-two cards of Major Arcana are arranged to one of the twenty-two paths of the Tree. The Golden Dawn developed this form of attribution of the Tarot to the Tree of Life. In the case of the Princes and Princesses, I have also included the common value attributed to these Tarot cards. This can be seen in the following chart.
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