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Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment of mind, body and spirit through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah.
Using the common German alphabet, Bardon guides the reader through ever greater levels of Kabbalistic achievement. No other available text reveals as great a depth of Kabbalistic wisdom or provides the reader with as much practical training. Order Your Copy at Amazon. The Kabbalah is the science of letters, of language and the Word — not, however, the language of the intellectual, but mind you the universal language.
Thus, for instance, in India and Tibet the science of the Word is called Tantra. In my present work I [Franz Bardon] will retain the term Kabbalah. To speak Kabbalistically is to form words from letters — words analogous to this or that idea according to the universal laws. Knowledge of the use of Kabbalistic language must be gained through practical experience. Kabbalah, therefore, is the universal language by which everything was created; it is the embodiment of one or several divine ideas.
God created everything by means of the universal language of Kabbalah. Just like the magician who, through the initiation he receives and the development he endures upon the path of perfection, has realized the connection with his inner deity and can now act accordingly, so does the Kabbalist as well, the only difference being that the Kabbalist makes use of the Divine Word externally as an expression of his divine spirit.
Every true magician who has control of the universal laws can become a Kabbalist by acquiring knowledge of the practical Kabbalah. The structures of the Kabbalah cited in numerous books are quite suitable for the theorist who wants to get an idea of the lawfulness of the Kabbalah, but they are thoroughly insufficient as regards that practice which promises knowledge of the correct application of the powers of the Word.
To whatever sphere he directs this language, there shall his utterance be realized. In India, for instance, a person who immediately realizes every spoken word is called a vag. In Kundalini Yoga this power and ability is identified with the Visuddha Chakra. Since, with his microcosmic language, he is representing the deity, a true Kabbalist will never violate the laws of harmony. If he acts contrary to the laws of harmony, he is no longer a true Kabbalist but a man of chaos.
To achieve this maturity and pinnacle of Kabbalistic initiation the theurgist must first learn his letters like a child. In order to form words and sentences with them and, in time, to speak in the cosmic language, he must have a complete command of them. The methodology involved in this learning is dealt with in the practical part of this book. Anyone, no matter which religious system he may adhere to, can occupy himself with the true Kabbalah, theoretically as well as practically.
The Kabbalistic science is not a privilege of those who profess the Jewish faith. Hebrew scholars affirm that the Kabbalah is of Jewish origin, but in the Jewish mystical tradition itself the knowledge of the Kabbalah is said to be of ancient Egyptian origin. In my book, I [Franz Bardon] explain the synthesis of Kabbalah only so far as is absolutely necessary for the practice. The term Kabbalah has often been abused by degrading it to a game of numbers, horoscopic assessments, name analogies and various other mantic devices.
As the reader will learn from the practical part of this book, numbers do have a certain relationship to letters, although this is one of the lowest aspects of the Kabbalah, and one which we do not wish to deal with here.
In my first book, Initiation into Hermetics, I [Franz Bardon] divided man into three regions — body, soul and spirit. It will also become clear that the physical body is kept alive by food the condensed substance of the elements , while the astral body is sustained by breathing.
The mental matrix links sense perception to the material and astral bodies. The aspiring Kabbalist must understand these concepts thoroughly and, if he seriously wishes to study the Kabbalah, must be able to gain a clear picture of these processes in his own body.
Apart from this fundamental doctrine, the Kabbalist must acquire a deeper relationship with his own self, for these deeper relations form the actual basis for the study of the Kabbalah. The activities and effects between body, soul and spirit come to pass automatically within every human being, whether or not he has been initiated into the secrets of Hermetic science.
For the Kabbalist these activities and effects constitute the basics: he understands all the processes and is therefore able to arrange his life in accordance with the universal laws…. Additional Information Weight 1. Georg Lomer Read More.
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Franz Bardon - Key to the True Qabalah.pdf
Throughout the ages, adepts of every time and place have achieved the highest levels of magical attainment of mind, body and spirit through the understanding of sound, color, number and vibration as embodied in the Kabbalah. Using the common German alphabet, Bardon guides the reader through ever greater levels of Kabbalistic achievement. No other available text reveals as great a depth of Kabbalistic wisdom or provides the reader with as much practical training. Order Your Copy at Amazon. The Kabbalah is the science of letters, of language and the Word — not, however, the language of the intellectual, but mind you the universal language. Thus, for instance, in India and Tibet the science of the Word is called Tantra. In my present work I [Franz Bardon] will retain the term Kabbalah.
The Key to the True Kabbalah
The Key to the True Kabbalah by Franz Bardon