Tree of Life Symbology, Kabbalah

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Explanation of the Sephirotic Crystal
It first appeared to me in a meditational journey in the form of a crystal. I was standing at the center of a magical circle situated in a special astral locale that I frequent, when before me there appeared a great crystal, floating in the air.

Tree of Life -
The Tree of Life, called the Etz Chaim in Hebrew, is a common visual depiction of the ten sephirot of Kabbalah. Each sephirot represents an attribute of God through which he manifests his will.

The Osiris Legend and the Tree of Life
The earliest reference to the concept of the Tree of Life is to be found in the philosophy of the Ancient Egyptians. In the Osiris Legend, Osiris was induced by his wicked brother Set to lie down in a magnificent coffer under the pretext of a game at a banquet. Set and his seventy-two conspirators immediately closed the lid and threw the coffer into the Nile.

The Tree Of Life In Rock Art
Photos and information about the meaning of the tree of life in rock art and the connection between the ancient Maya and southwestern petroglyphs.

Art of Yael Avi-Yonah - Jewish Symbols
Tzimtzum (Contraction of Creation): The process of creating the world was achieved by the Tzimtzum or contraction which is likened to the folding in of G-d’s hand into its palm to create a “vacant space” which was then occupied by heavenly Jerusalem and the lower & upper Gardens of Eden, crowned by three letters of yod. Also: Parallel Worlds, The Descent of the Letters, The Square in the Face, Havdalla, My Prayer, The Source of Light, The End is in the Beginning, Angel Movement, Jerusalem in the Messianic Era.

Byzant Kabbalah - The Tree of Life
Central to modern Kabbalistic study is the diagram Otz Chiim, the Tree of Life.

Qabbalah - Tree of Life
The energies of the letters in the Hebrew alphabet move beyond the physical. The information in the Kabbalah follows the patterns of the sacred geometry that forms our reality.

Colin's Hermetic Kabbalah Page
Dedicated to publishing modern material on Kabbalah and related topics.

Tree of Life - Wikipedia
The Tree of Life, in the Book of Genesis, is a tree whose fruit gives everlasting life, i.e. immortality.

Jacob's Ladder & the Higher Chakras
The extended chakras and the Tree of Life (Jacob's Ladder) can be understood in relationship to each other.

Kabbalah: The Universal Tree of Life
Gnosis reveals the living structures of existence, a beautiful and complex layering of laws and interdependent movements of matter and energy. Kabbalah is a systematic overview of how existence functions, on every level, from the microcosmic to the macrocosmic.

Tree of Life Crop Circle Formation
Two very significant crop circle formations appeared at Barbury Castle in May 1997... One of the formations was the Kabalistic Tree of Life.

Tree of Life -
Out of the limitless light crystallized the primal point Kether. Perfect and self-sustaining, it remains in eternity, the focus of a circle, whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere...

Judaism 101: Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism
A discussion of Jewish mysticism and the mystical school of thought known as Kabbalah. Provides a sample of kabbalistic thought and suggestions for further reading.

Tree of Life. Tree of Sephirot. Tree of Books
The Tree of life is an important part of the Qabala (Kaballah). It was developed by Jewish mystics between 100 and 600 AD and more thoroughly written between 1280 and 1286 by Moses ben Shem Tov de Leon in Guadalajara, Spain.

Gallery of Kabbalistic Art & Symbols
Moses receiving the Tables of the Law, The 72 Names of God, The Tetragrammaton, The Hebrew Letters according to the Sepher Yetzirah, The Hebrew Triad, The Tetragrammaton in the Human Heart, The Plan of Divine Activity, The Kabbalistic Scheme of the Four Worlds, The Four Sephirothic Trees, A Table of Sephirothic Correspondences, The Sephirothic Tree of the later Kabbalists, and more.

World Trees - by Hazel Minot
Possibly the best known of the World Trees, at least in the Occident, is the Scandinavian Ash or Yggdrasil of the Eddas. This mighty tree has three roots reaching out into three different worlds, and similar to the Sephirothal Tree of the Kabbalists and the Asvattha tree of the Hindus, links these worlds together.

Ten Sefirot of the Kabbalah
The Jewish mystical doctrine known as "Kabbalah" is distinguished by its theory of ten creative forces that intervene between the infinite, unknowable God ("Ein Sof") and our created world.

On the Tree of Life, What Is "Daath"?
Many people ponder what part of the Tree of Life "Daath" (Hebrew for "Knowledge) is. Is Daath (sometimes transliterated as Da'ath, Da'at or Daas) a real Sephira or not?