Keys: Business/Slavery · Mantra: UMOT ECHN FIRGLA
4: Material Quadrality
[ from Z(enseider)Z Numeric Gates ] basic elements of the western esoteric tradition fire, air, water, earth; thought to have been attributed to the Aristotelian-Ptolemaic system, but instead seems generally credited to Empedocles, a 5th century BCE Greek from Sicily; and their four conditions: dry, hot, cold, and wet; In mystical Kabbalah, it represents the four worlds: Atziluth (archetypal), Briah (creative), Yetzirah (formative), and Assiah (material); the Native American medicine wheel has four directions or colors (black, white, yellow, and red). In Buddhism, the Four Noble Truths are Dukkha, Samudaya, Nirodha, and Magga. The four foundations of mindfulness (contemplation of the body, contemplation of feelings, contemplation of mind, and contemplation of mental objects). The four divine abidings (loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity). The four stages of enlightenment (stream-enterer, once-returner, non-returner, and arahant). And, the four main pilgrimage sites (Lumbini, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath, and Kusinara). In Judeo-Christian symbology, the Tetragrammaton is the four-letter name of God (e.g. YHVH, ADNI, AGLA, etc.). The four Matriarchs (foremothers) of Judaism are Sarah, Rebekah, Leah, and Rachel. The four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The four horsemen of the Apocalypse ride in the Book of Revelation. In Hinduism, there are four Vedas: Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda, and Atharvaveda. In Purusartha, there are four aims of human life: Dharma, Artha, K?ma, and Moksha. The four stages of life Brahmacharya (student life), Grihastha (household life), Vanaprastha (retired life) and Sannyasa (renunciation). And, the four primary castes or strata of society: Brahmana (priest/teacher), Kshatriya (warrior/politician), Vaishya (landowner/entrepreneur), and Shudra (servant/manual laborer). The four archangels in Islam are: Jibraeel (Gabriel), Mikaeel (Michael), Izraeel (Azrael), and Israfil (Raphael). There are four books in Islam: Torah, Zaboor, Injeel, Quran. The Chinese, Vietnamese, the Korean and the Japanese are superstitious about the number four because it is a homonym for "death" in their languages.
[ from crystalinks.com ] "Four is the 4th dimension = time which is illusion. Four is seen as the first solid number. Spatial in scheme or order in manifestation. Static as opposed to the circular and the dynamic. Wholeness; totality; completion; solid. Earth; order. Rational - relativity and justice. Symbol of measurement. Foundation. The are four cardinal points; four seasons; four winds; four directions (as in North, South, East, West); four elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth) in the western culture. There are four sides to a square; four arms to a cross. There are four rivers to Paradise, that formed a cross (the Garden of Eden was said to be within the four rivers). Within Paradise were four infernal regions, seas, and sacred mountains. There are four watches of the night and day, quarters of the moon. There are four quarters to the earth. There are four tetramorphs. The Divine Quaternity is in direct contrast to the Trinity. Four is a symbolic number used throughout in the Old Testament. The quaternary can be depicted as the quatrefoil as well as the square and the cross."
[ from the Magician's Dictionary ] "Manifestation: the Elements, etc; Jupiter; Chesed; heh-Assiah. Egyptian nebet. Earth. Number of physical reality, completing the foundations of things. Practicality. The Authority to be. Command. Mercy."
[ from rodurago.net ] "Wholeness, totality, perfection, order, togetherness, the rational. The static, as opposed to the circle ends and fashionable. There are four directions, seasons, winds, side of the square, arms of the cross, rivers of paradise and hell, moon quater. The order of the manifestation. The square has four corners - a symbol of the tangible, earthly. The symbol of the cross, which divides the unity of the circle into four quarters. Four elements: water, fire, earth and air. There are four temperaments: sanguine, choleric, phlegmatic and melancholic."
- Tetractys: Tetrad
- Proportion: Dimension
- Ratio: 4:3
- Interval: Perfect Fourth
- Note: D
- Geometry: Square
- Euclidean isometries: Translation
- Platonic Solid: Tetrahedron
- Seasons: Yule (Winter solstice) 12/19-22
- Suits: All
- Faculties of Consciousness: Expansion in all its forms, rules abundance, affluence, fortune, luck, prosperity, riches, wealth. Also rules long distance communication, long distance travel, legal matters, taxaion, investments, higher education and academic matters,the deeper mind and all those who are in a position to help by providing opportunities
- Basic Meaning : Effect
- Functions : Result
- Gestation : Emergence
- Growth : Egoistic (Child)
- Qualities : Enthusiastic (Child)
- Ranks : Page
- Keyword: Property/Encumbrance
- Concept: Power/Weakness
- [GoN]: A = 13, J = 4, R = -4
- Poetry: None on file
- Thoth Tarot: IV. The Emperor, XIII. Death
- Z(enseider)Z: 4. Pops, 13. Hitman
- Planet: Jupiter (Expansion)
- Element: All
- Aura: Wealth/Desire
- Zodiac: Sagittarius (Impulse) Action [Incineration] ML2/T
- Color: Blue
- Meaning: [Blue] Inspiration, occult wisdom, protection and devotion.
- Metal: Tin
- Aroma: Sandalwood
- Great Old One: Shub-Niggurath
- Pesedjets: Nut (nightsky)
- Ouranian: CHOXAH
- #ppl: 004
- Archetype: Survivor/Tyrant
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Native American: As in other cultures, ceremonies and ritual acts are repeated in fours. The Native Amercican cultures have used the number 4 most frequently as in the four cardinal directions. The four winds are depicted by the symbol of the cross and by the symbol of the swastika. The swastika as some misbelieve was not created by Hitler. It was instead borrowed from the Native American and occult beliefs of which Hitler had great interests. Hitler derived his "insanity" of power from his misdirected interpretation and use of metaphysical principles. He used knowledge that his human consciousness couldn't possibly understand and the use of this knowledge for personal gain is part of the imbalance that creates the chaos and karma.
Buddhism: The Damba Tree of Life has four limbs and from its roots four sacred streams of Paradise that represent the the four boundless wishes of compassion, affection, love impartiality. It also represents the four directions of the heart as well.
Chinese Buddism: there are four celestial guardians of cardinal points are Mo-li Ch'ing, the East, with the jade ring and spear; Virupaksha, the West, the Far-gazer, with the four-stringed quitar; Virudhaka, the South, with the umbrella of choas and darkness and earthquakes; Vaisravenna, the North, with the whips, leopard-skin bag, snake and pearl.
Chinese: Four is the number of the Earth, symbolized by the square. There are four streams of immortality. Four is even an number. It is Yin in polarity.
Christian: Four is the number representing the body, with three representing the soul. Again we see the theme of the four rivers in Paradise. There are four Gospels, Evangelists, chef arch-angels, chef-devils, four Fathers of the Church, Great Prophets. There are four cardinal virtues--prudence, fortitude, justice, temperance. The are four winds from which the One Spirit is said to come. There are four horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Revelation: There four angels standing at the four corners of the Earth, holding back the four winds of the earth (Rev 7:1). The great multitude from every nation, tribe, people and language (four-fold description) - Rev 5:9 11:9 13:7 14:6 the four-fold description indicates that these people come from all over the earth.
Egyptian: Four is the sacred number of Time, measurement of the sun. Four pillars support the vault of heaven. There are four canopic jars placed around the dead at the four corners guarded by the four sons of Horus who are associated with the cardinal points. In the Hermetic it is the divine quaternity. It represents God.
Gnostic: belief in Barbelo, the Four-ness of God.
Greek: Four is the sacred number of Hermes.
Hebrew: Four represents measuring; beneficence; intelligence. In the Kabbalah four is memory; four represents the four worlds of the Kabbalah.It also represents the four directions of space and the four levels of the hierarchical organism of the Torah.
Hindu: Four is Totality; plenitude; perfection. Brahma, the Creator is four faced. The temple is based on the four sides of the square, symbolizing order and finality. There are four tattvas the four bodies bodies of human and kingdoms of nature which are animal, vegetable, mineral, mind. There are four yugas. Four is the winning throw of the dice. There are four castes and pairs of opposites.
Islamic: tradition the four terms of the quaternary are the Principle which is Creator; Universal Spirit; Universal Soul; and the primordial matter. These correspond to the four worlds of Kabbalism. There are four angelic beings and four houses of death. There are four levels to the Bardo.
Mayan culture four giants support the celestial roof. Four is seen as the number of support .
Pythagorean: Four is Perfection; harmonious proportion; justice; the earth. Four is the number of the Pythagorean oath. Four and ten are divinities. The Tetraktys 1+2+3+4=10.
Scandinavian: there are four rivers of milk flowing in Asgard.
Sumero-Semitic: Four astral gods are indentified with the four cardinal points.
Teutonic: four dwarfs support the world.
Taoist: There are four celestial guardians, Li, with the pagoda; Ma, with the sword; Cho with two swords; Wen with a spiked club.
( source: crystalinks.com )
( Please refer to the Gematria of Nothing cipher for explanatory implications on the following )
13 = 13
4 = -4 = 25 = -9 = 43 = 0
-4 = 25 = -9 = 43 = 0
the Numerical Egregore of Four = 74
74 = -16 = 31 = -8 = 50 = 4 = -4 = 25 = -9 = 43 = 0
[-22] 67, 76
[-13] 69, XIV (14), XVI (16), LXIX (69)
 13, 944
 CCCLI (351)
D-Cipher Gematria of Nothing M.T.G. Tarot Keys
4 [GoN] J
4 = Moment
( XVII. ) star
-mtg card-> Lifetap
4 = Business ( 3 disks )
was: WORKS = -16
mars : capricorn
-mtg card-> Predatory (hunger) = 4
4 = Conservator ( 4 disks )
was: POWER = -7
sol : capricorn
-mtg card-> Spontaneous combustion = 4
-4 [GoN] R
-4 = Priestess ( II. )
-mtg card-> Sorceress queen
-4 = Vision ( 6 swords )
was: SCIENCE = 40
mercury : aquarius
-mtg card-> Necrologia
-4 = Volition ( sword queen )
water of air
-mtg card-> Lim-Dul's hex
13 [GoN] A
13 = Adjustment
( VIII. ) justice / equilibrium
-mtg card-> the Rack
13 = Apathy ( 7 cups)
was: DEBAUCH = 54 = 0
venus : scorpio
-mtg card-> Apathy
13 = Avariciousness ( 8 disks )
was: PRUDENCE = 26
sol : virgo
-mtg card-> Disempower = 13