Sunday, 09 September 2012
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When reading the article on the Hebrew letter Aleph, it becomes obvious that there are many meanings and symbols that can be applied to this letter, for example; Aleph can represent Kether, air/wind, the inferior[waters]-firmament-superior[waters] before the separation, the three primary forces, ox/bull/cow.. etc.

When we see Aleph written in the the Hebraic scriptures, are all the meanings inherent within the letter and of equal value or should the meaning be understood based on the context that the letter is in?

I hope that my words were clear enough to understand.

Thank you for your assistance :)
10 years ago
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Solved: Reading through the lecture on the Hebrew letter Gimel I found the answer to my question, which is that the letter should be understood in context with what we are reading, logically, I suspected this to be the case but wanted to clarify further from instructors who have more experience.
10 years ago
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#2089
Accepted Answer
Solved: Reading through the lecture on the Hebrew letter Gimel I found the answer to my question, which is that the letter should be understood in context with what we are reading, logically, I suspected this to be the case but wanted to clarify further from instructors who have more experience.
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