How magic can help us unveil the secrets of the known and the unknown universes.
The other day I was trying to find information about the HEXAGRAM and its connection with MAGIC and I found what I believe is the "key" to unveil the mysterious symbolism hidden inside the "Star of David" as it is known by the Hebrew faith. To check this out and actually see for yourselves you must go to:
You will see the mathematical results for what is called a "MAGIC HEXAGRAM". In fact, the mathematical solution for the HEXAGRAM is composed by 2-solutions instead, and both are complimentary to one another. Bolt et al. 1991 found it using numbers from 1-12. What I found [and sent via email to the author of the page and a few selected mathematicians around the world who have spent some of their time in the concept of magic hexagrams] was that the sum of the numbers on both hexagrams on the Y-axis (vertical or perpendicular) was 26 (and 26 is the gematrics for God in Hebrew). If you continue to sum the numbers in angles (60 and 120 degrees) you will find the same results namely 21 and 31 on both hexagrams but in opposite fashion (directionality). I made the "magic connection" of what happens here with the atom that makes life possible (the Carbon atom). We know of the so-called concept of 'RESONANCE' throughout a process called HYBRIDIZATION [known to us since the last century in chemistry] since that specific mechanism is the only possible way to explain how Carbon, Oxygen, Sulfur bond to Hydrogen making up for the foundations of LIFE itself.
Now! If you look closer to the average between 21 and 31 you'll find out that it is obviously 26. (+5 and -5). By now you?d be asking yourselves why the long story? Well, the "resonance" hidden in the hexagram or Star of David (the Magen Star)explains the meaning of the Hebrew consonants making for the name of GOD (!).
(1) Why a "secret numerical code" or the need of numbers to understand GOD?s message to Mosses? and...
(2) What are the basis for such assumption?
Simple! Read the fragment below from a quoted paragraph (Wikipedia):
"Gematria is an Assyro-Babylonian system of numerology later adopted by Jews which assigns numerical value to a word or phrase, in the belief that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other, or bear some relation to the number itself as it may apply to a person's age, the calendar year, or the like. The best-known example of Gematria is the Hebrew word Chai ("alive"), which is composed of two letters which (using the assignments?) add up to 18. This has made 18 a "lucky number" among Jews, and gifts in multiples of 18 are very popular..." (end quote from Wikipedia).
Believe me: God would choose 100% sure a 'simple, universal numerical system' to encode his message to Mosses instead of a "magic and secret name" whose inadvertent uttering could unleash a series of supernatural catastrophes to say the least.
Was Mosses successful in decoding it? That is a good question!
I tell you what I did:
I draw the 4 letters and superimposed them in an opposite directions to one another and I found the meanings of the name GOD. What I saw was two
"Chai" symbols on both ends and in the center the "TAU Cross" !The only interpretation I could find is that LIFE and DEATH (represented by the "Chai" symbol in reverse) are centered by the TAU Cross that represents the resurrection-door or gate to heaven-and the creation itself. If you want to know what a 'chai symbol' looks like just take a closer look at my member photo :)
I would like for you reading this post to tell it to others and replay to my post when you get some answers? I draw the picture and placed it by my bed for good luck.
Thanks for your time and God bless you all!
Last minute note: I may understand why you could be somewhat relentless to keep the concept of MAGIC away from what you believe but I will have to remind you that only through sacred magic (natural magic) the connection with God will be made. Simon Magus is a name you'll find in the Hebrew bible and although his roll was greatly distorted based on the CHURCH's own interests to keep faith as a dogma instead of a sacred science (a science that connects our existence with the divine) it shows a man who got his magical powers from God itself. Why would God trust a "crazy man" like Simon the magician? Well, I hope one day you'll understand the reason why. Magic, Sr. is exactly what Johan Wolfgang Goethe described it when he said:
"Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can do anything"