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6 of Disks

Success
6 of Swords

Science
6 of Cups

Pleasure
6 of Wands

Victory

Tiphareth


The Four Sixes


These cards are attributed to Tiphareth. This Sephira is in some respects the most important of all. It is the centre of the whole system; it is the only Sephira below the Abyss which communicates directly with Kether. It is fed directly from Chokmah and Binah; also from Chesed and Geburah. It is thus admirably fitted to dominate the lower Sephiroth; it is balanced both vertically and horizontally. In the planetary system it represents the Sun; in the system of Tetragrammaton it represents the Son. The entire geometrical complex of the Ruach may be regarded as an expansion from Tiphareth. It represents consciousness in its most harmonized and balanced form; definitely in form, not only in idea, as in the case of the number Two. In other words, the Son is an interpretation of the Father in terms of the mind.

The four Sixes are thus representative of their respective elements at their practical best.

The Six of Wands is called Victory. The outburst of energy in the Five of Wands, which was so sudden and violent that it even gave the idea of strife, has now completely won success. The rule, or lordship, in the suit of Wands is not quite as stable as it might have been if there had been less energy displayed. So, from this point, as soon as the current leaves the middle pillar, the inherent weakness in the element of Fire (which is this: that, for all its purity, it is not completely balanced) leads to very undesirable developments.

The Six of Cups is called Pleasure. This pleasure is a kind of pleasure which is completely harmonized. The zodiacal sign governing the card being Scorpio, pleasure is here rooted in its most convenient soil. This is pre-eminently a fertile card; it is one of the best in the pack.

The Six of Swords is called Science. Its ruler is Mercury, so that the element of success turns away from the idea of division and quarrel; it is intelligence which has won to the goal.

The Six of Disks is called Success; the ruler is the Moon. This is a card of settling down; it is very heavy, wholly lacking in imagination, yet somewhat dreamy. Change is soon coming upon it; the weight of earth will ultimately drag the current down to a mere eventuation of material things. Yet the Moon, being in Taurus, the sign of her exaltation, the best of the Lunar qualities are inherent. Moreover, being a Six, the solar Energy has fertilized her, creating a balanced system for the time being. The card is worthy of the name Success. Remember only that all success is temporary; how brief a halt upon the Path of Labour.

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I
Key Scale
6
II
Hebrew Names of Numbers and Letters
Tiphareth
III
English of Col. II.
Beauty
VI
The Heavens of Assiah
Shemesh
VII
English of Col. VI.
Sphere of Sol
VIII
Orders of Qliphoth
Thagiriron
X
Mystic Numbers of the Sephiroth
21
XI
Elements (with their Planetary Rulers)
Air
XII
The Tree of Life
4th Plane, Middle Pillar
XIII
The Paths of the Sepher Yetzirah
I. of the Mediating Influence
XIV
General Attribution of Tarot
The 4 Sixes — Emperors or Princes
XV
The King Scale of Colour (y)
Clear pink rose
XVI
The Queen Scale of Colour (h)
Yellow (gold)
XVII
The Emperor Scale of Colour (v)
Rich salmon
XVIII
The Empress Scale of Colour (#)
Gold amber
XIX
Selection of Egyptian Gods
Asar, Ra [[On, Hrumachis]]
XX
Complete Practical Attribution of Egyptian Gods
Ra
XXI
The Perfected Man
The Mighty and Terrible One—the Breast
XXII
Small selection of Hindu Deities
Vishu-Hari-Krishna-Rama
XXIII
The Forty Buddhist Meditations
Buddha R
XXIV
Certain of the Hindu and Buddhist Results
Vishvarupa-darshana
XXXIV
Some Greek Gods
Iacchus, Apollo, Adonis [[Dionysus, Bacchus]]
XXXV
Some Roman Gods
Apollo [[Bacchus, Aurora]]
XXXVI
Selection of Christian Gods (10); Apostles (12); Evangelists (4) and Churches of Asia (7).
God the Son (and Maker of fine Weather)
XXXVIII
Animals, Real and Imaginary.
Phœnix, Lion, Child [[Spider, Pelican]]
XXXIX
Plants, Real and Imaginary
Acacia, Bay, Laurel, Vine [[Oak, Gorse, Ash, Aswata]]
XL
Precious Stones
Topaz, Yellow Diamond
XLI
Magical Weapons
The Lamen or Rosy Cross
XLII
Perfumes
Olibanum
XLIII
Vegetable Drugs
Stramonium, Alcohol, Digitalis, Coffee
XLV
Magical Powers [Western Mysticism]
The Vision of the Harmony of Things (also the Mysteries of the Crucifixion), [[Beatific Vision]]
XLVI
System of Taoism
Li
XLVIII
Figures related to Pure Number
Calvary Cross, Truncated Pyramid, Cube
XLIX
Lineal Figures of the Planets, &c., and Geomany
Sephirothic Geomantic Figures follow the Planets. Caput and Cauda Draconis are the Nodes of the Moon, nearly = Neptune and Herschel respectively. They belong to Malkuth.
L
Transcendental Morality. [10 Virtues (1-10), 7 Sins (Planets), 4 Magick Powers (Elements).]
Devotion to Great Work
LI.II
Numeration of Col. LI.
800
LI.III
English equivalent of Col. LI.
õõ (long O)
LIII
The Greek Alphabet
ω
LXXXV
Angels of Briah
Metatron
LXXXVI
Choirs of Angels in Briah
Chashmalim
LXXXVII
Palaces of Briah
H. Ratzon
LXXXVIII
Translation of Col. LXXXVII
P. of Benevolence
XCI
The Saints or Adepts of the Hebrews
Elijah
XCII
The Angelic Functions in the World of Yetzirah
he covered his faces: and with two he covered
XCIII
The Heavens of Assiah
Zebul
XCIV
English of Palaces (Col. XCIII)
Dwelling
XCV
Contents of Col. XCIV
Altar, Mikhael offering souls of just
XCVII
bar
Ruach
XCVIII
English of Col. XCVII
The Intellect
XCIX
Archangels of Assiah
Raphael
C
Angels of Assiah
Malakim
CI
English of Col. C.
Kings
CIII
The Ten Divisions of the Body of God
The whole body from the throat to the holy member
CIV
Neshiah
CV
English of Col. CIV
Pasture
CVI
The Ten Hells in Seven Palaces
Titahion
CVII
Translation of Hells
Pit of Destruction
CVIII
Some Princes of the Qliphoth
Belphegor
CIX.I
The Dukes of Edom
Pinon
CIX
The Kings of Edom.
Hadad of Avith
CX
Elements and Quarters (Sepher Yetzirah)
Depth
CXI
Sephirothic Colours (Dr. Jellinek)
White-red
CXV
Officers in a Masonic Lodge
Junion Warden
CXVI
Egyptian Attribution of Parts of the Soul
Aib
CXVII
The Soul (Hindu)
Lower Manas
CXVIII
The Chakkras or Centres of Prana (Hinduism)
Anahata (heart)
CXIX
The Ten Fetters (Buddhism)
Udakkha
CXX
Magical Images of the Sephiroth
A majestic king, a child, a crucified god
CXXI
The Grades of the Order.
Adeptus Minor
CXXII
The Ten Plagues of Egypt
Murrain
CXXIII
English of Col. VIII., Lines 1-10
Disputers
CXXIV
The Heavenly Hexagram
Sun
CXXV
Seven Hells of the Arabs
Sa’ir
CXXVI
Their Inhabitants
Sabians
CXXVII
Seven Heavens of the Arabs.
Jannat al-Khuld
CXXVIII
Meaning of Col. CXXVII.
Garden of Eternity, made of yellow coral
CXXXVII
Signs of the Zodiac
CLXXXIV
Numeration of Arabic Alphabet
700
CLXXXV
Numeration of Greek Alphabet
800
CLXXXVI
Diseases (Typical)
Heart Lesions
CLXXXVII
Magical Formulæ (see Col. XLI)
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