The Numerical Egregore of Eight
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8 : Periodic Renewal Between Heaven, Earth and the Law of Octaves

Keys: Horror/Reality   ·   Mantra: HAFU ROTI LEMOG NE

[ from Z(enseider)Z Numeric Gates ] directions on the chaostar (death/sex, fear/desire/ ego/magic, love/hate); eight tri-grams or Bagua: sky, marsh, fire, thunder, wind, water, mountain, earth; the noble eightfold path consists of eight practices: (right) view, resolve, speech, conduct, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, and samadhi; eight circuits in the Learyan-Wilsonian model of consciousness: bio-survival, emotional territorial, neurosemantic dexterity, domestic social, nuerosomatic, metaprogramming, morphogenetic, and quantum network. The Dharmacakra has eight spokes. The Buddha's principal teaching (the Four Noble Truths) ramifies as the Noble Eightfold Path and the Buddha emphasizes the importance of the eight attainments or jhanas. The Eight Consciousnesses according to the Yogacara school of thought: consciousness in the five senses, thought-consciousness, self-consciousness, and unconsciousness-"consciousness" or "store-house consciousness" comprise them. In general, "eight" seems to be an auspicious number for Buddhists, e.g., the "eight auspicious symbols" (the jewel-encrusted parasol; the goldfish (always shown as a pair, e.g., the glyph of Pisces); the self-replenishing amphora; the white kamala lotus-flower; the white conch; the eternal (Celtic-style, infinitely looping) knot; the banner of imperial victory; the eight-spoked wheel that guides the ship of state, or that symbolizes the Buddha's teaching). Hanukkah is eight days long. The Antichrist is the eighth king in the Book of Revelation. The Eight Immortals are Chinese demigods. In Wicca, there are eight Sabbats, festivals, seasons, or spokes in the Wheel of the Year. The Ogdoad, eight primordial deities worshipped at Hermopolis in ancient Egypt, were Nu and Nut (fluidity; floods; sky and water [primordial]), Hehu and Hehut (unboundedness; undefined or unlimited number; the atmosphere between heaven and earth), Kekui and Kekuit (darkness [primordial]); the time-space between night and day), Qerh and Qerhet (invisibility; inactivty, repose) which are in some ways comparable to a group of four pairs of primeval gods mentioned in the Babylonian Enuma Elis: Apzu and Tiamat, Lahmu and Lahamu, Anshar and Kishar, Anu and Nudimmud.

[ from crystalinks.com ] "Spiritually eight is the goal of the initiate, having gone through the seven stages. Eight is Infinity - Paradise regained. Eight is solidarity as the first cube and it denotes perfection by virtue of it's six surfaces. There are eight winds and intermediate directions of space. Eight represents the pairs of opposites. The octagon is the beginning of the transformation of the square into a circle and vice versa."

[ from the Magician's Dictionary ] "Infinity (the Lemniscate); Octagon, heaven on earth or lower sephiroth plus Daath (or 7 planets plus Sothis); Mercury; Hod, Ogoad, the Buddhist & other 8 path. Perfection. Strength, fortitude, everlastingness. It is the first cubic number, hence it stands for the cube itself, or earth. Splendor of endurance. The octagon is the symbol of the meeting of heaven & earth because it is a compromise halfway between the square (earth) and the circle (heaven)."

[ from rodurago.net ] "In the spiritual world, eight is the goal for the initiates, that went through the seven heavens, to regain paradise. Full of grace by the eigth day the man was created. After seven days of fasting and abstinence, the eighth became the day of abundance and renewal. The octagon is the beginning of the transformation of the square into the circle and vice versa. The eight is the double four and the second power of two, thus the eight includes the qualities of these numbers in an expanded form. It is a figure which has no particular drive, but as a dormant center it is located in the heart of the movement, which is for instance shown in the Buddhist wheel of salvation (which has eight spokes). The character is an endless 8 wrap and means infinity, the Lemiskate. "

Exponential Branches

  • Tetractys: Octad
    • Proportion: Branching
    • Tautology: Cycles
    • Ratio: 8:7
    • Interval: Septimal Whole Tone
    • Note: Ab/G#
    • Geometry: Octagon
    • Platonic Solid: Octahedron
    • Seasons: Imbolc 2/1
    • Faculties of Consciousness: For improving all nervous ailments such as absentmindedness, amnesia, anxiety, headaches, indecision, stammering, vertigo, worry, and so forth for improving the mind generally, for example by better concentration, greater ability to learn, better speech and writing abilities, stronger nerves. Also covers installment payments, credit/finance agreements, brothers and sisters, contracts, coughs, education, gossip, slander, hearing, hygiene, interviews, intetinal troubles, letters, mail, lung complaints, memory, neighbors, relatives, reumors, theft, and transportation (local and short distances)
    • Basic Meaning : Passivity/Flight
    • Functions : Mathematics and its application in music
  • Keyword: Information
  • Concept: Fear/Anxiety/Deceit
  • [GoN]: F= 8, V = -8
  • Poetry: None on file
  • Thoth Tarot: VIII. Adjustment, XVII. Star
  • Z(enseider)Z: 8. Attorney-At-Law, 17. Hip-Hop
    • Planet: Mercury (Communication)
    • Element: Air
    • Aura: Thinking
    • Zodiac: Gemini (Knowledge) Power [Fixation] ML2/T3
    • Color: Orange
    • Meaning: [Orange] Stimulation, energy, ego-strength, security, materialism, ambition, career matters and the law. USed for improving all nervous ailments, headaches, stammering, vertigo, anxiety, worry; and so forth, beter concentration, better ability to learn, better speech and writing abilities, , stronger nerves. Also covers installment payments, credit/finance agreements, sibilings, contracts, coughs, education, gossip, slander, hearing, hygiene, interviews, intestinal troubles, letters, mail, lung complaints, memory, neighbors, relatives, rumors, theft, and transport (short and long distances).
    • Metal: Mercury or brass
    • Aroma: Storax or lavender
  • Great Old One: Nyarlathotep
  • Pesedjets: Set
  • Ouranian: AXOL
  • #ppl: 369L
  • Archetype: The Journey, The Quest, The Task

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Cultural References

Eight in many cultures and ideologies seems to have similar meanings: Felicity, Perfect rhythm, Regeneration, Resurrection.

In some myths the eighth day created the new "man" of grace. After seven days of fasting and penance the eighth day becomes plenty and renewal. 7+1 is the number of the octave which is a continual theme in all esoteric belief systems. The knowledge of frequency and sound are a vital key in the ancient "mystery schools".

Buddhist tradition: eight is completion, all possibilities. There are eight symbols of good augury.

Chinese system of belief eight represents the whole. It is all possibilities in manifestation. Eight is seen as a good luck number. The PAKUA is the design depicting the eight trigrams and pairs of opposites, usually in a circle, the circumference of which symbolizes time and space. There are eight delights of human existence.

Christian: Eight is regeneration and rebirth. The font is usually octagonal as symbolizing the place of regeneration. There are eight beatitudes.

Egyptian: Eight is the number of Thoth.

Hebrew: Eight is perfect intelligence; splendor. The digit value of "IHVH" is the "Number of the Lord". The Temple was sanctified in eight days.

Hermetic: In their system there is one chief God, (eight minor gods) Thoth/Hermes was the inventor of numbers and geometry.

Hindu: 8x8 symbolism is the order of the celestial world established on earth. Temples are built on the pattern of the MANDALA, which is the 8x8 symbol. In their belief system there are eight regions of the world, suns, divisions of the day, and eight chakras.

Islamic: The throne which encompasses the world is supported by eight angels, corresponding to both the eight divisions of space and the groups of letters in the Arabic alphabet.

Japanese: Eight is the "many". There are eight Gods in the heavens.

Platonic: Plato has eight spheres of different colors surrounding the luminous pillars of the heavens.

Pythagorean: Eight is solidarity and stability.

Sumero-Semitic: Eight is the magic number of Nebo.

Taoist: Eight to be All possibilities in manifestation with the Pa Kua representing the forces in the phenomenal world. There are eight Taoist genii or immortals.

( source: crystalinks.com )    

Numerological Codification

( Please refer to the Gematria of Nothing cipher for explanatory implications on the following )

Phonetick
8 = 21 = -15 = 62 = -43 = 29 = -9 = 43 = 0
[GoN]

the Numerical Egregore of Eight = 99
99 = 11 = 21 = -15 = 62 = -43 = 29 = -9 = 43 = 0
[GoN]

# correspondences: [-8] 31, 222, XVII (17), 001
[8] 14, 2003. 2005. DCLXXI (671)
[26] 19
[35] 418
[44] 1998
[89] 1111

D-Cipher Gematria of Nothing M.T.G. Tarot Keys

8 [GoN] F

8 = Favor ( 9 disks )
was: GAIN = 25
venus : Virgo
{mtg card} Fortitude = 8

8 = 14 = Air / Swords = -14 ( Ace of Swords )
{mtg card} (blinding) Agony = 8

8 = 14 / 14 = 3 / 3 = Water / Cups = -3 ( Ace of Cups )
{mtg card} Annul = 8

-8 [GoN] V

-8 = Zero ( 0. )
fool / nameless
uranus
{mtg card} Manakin

-8 = SWIFTNESS ( 8 wands )
mercury : sagittarius {mtg card} Shatterstorm = -8

-8 = Outlaw ( cup prince ) air of water
{mtg card} Anti-magic aura

 

 

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