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letters-ref-hei-1Hei, “behold,” take this knowledge from God and receive it with your consciousness; the letter ה [Hei] represents creation.

The shape of the letter Hei ה is formed by the letters Daleth ד and Iod י.

The Iod י is the left line or foot that may become a Zayin ז, if we prolong that left line to the top by means of action. The horizontal line on the top and the vertical line of the right in the letter Hei ה form a letter Daleth ד, which represents the physical world, and the isolated left line is the lower part of a Zayin ז cut from the horizontal line, which represents its Iod, the world to come. Therefore, the letter Hei represents the combination of the physical and spiritual realms, all that is above and all that is below.

The isolated left line of the letter Hei shows the feminine aspect of the letter Daleth, which is to the right of it.  This Daleth represents the Adam of the lower Eden, Yesod.  This Adam or Daleth in Yesod, the lower Eden, is the outcome of the secret of Daath, the Upper Eden.

The letter Daleth of the name ADAM אדם is at the bottom of the middle column of the Tree of Life, exactly in Yesod, the lower Eden. From there, the letter Daleth ד embraces the letter Aleph א in the right column and the letter Mem ם in the left column of the Tree of Life, thus forming the name Adam in Hebrew.

kabbalah-the-tree-of-lifeThe three mother letters Aleph א, Shin ש, and Mem מ ם are related with the first triangle of the Tree of Life, namely, Kether, Chokmah, Binah, respectively.

The letter Aleph א represents the holy trinity that is commanded by the father (Kether), who in the physical body is related with the crown chakra, and with the atom in that magnetic center located at the root of the nose.  From that magnetic center at the root of the nose (esoterically speaking), the forces of Aleph א, the breath of God, descend through the right column of the Tree of Life, from the top of the head, in order to join Daleth ד at the bottom of the central column. According to esoteric human anatomy, the right column corresponds to the right cord, which isn Sanskrit is called Pingala.

As is shown in the graphic of the Tree of Life, in the human being the right column relates to the letter Aleph א, which represents the first triangle (Kether, Chokmah, Binah); this is why the first letter of the name Adam אדם (that represents the brain) begins with Aleph א.

The left column of the Tree of Life is controlled by the Sephirah Binah; this left column relates - in the esoteric anatomy of our physical body  - with the left cord, which is Sanskrit is called Ida. This Ida, this left column is related with the letter Mem ם, the feminine waters of Eve, since  the other cord (Pingala) is related with the letter Aleph of Adam א. This is why you find the letter Mem ם (final Mem) at the end of the word Adam.

Thus, the terrestrial man, the Daleth ד of the name Adam אדם, embraces the two creative polarities: Aleph א (representing the Father) on the right column, and Mem ם (representing the Mother) on the left column.  Thus, the Daleth ד in the middle of the name Adam relates to the central column of the Tree of Life; Daleth ד hides at the bottom of the Tree of Life all the forces from above. Daleth ד represents the terrestrial man, the human being.

Thus, the horizontal line of the Hei ה represents thought. The right vertical of the Hei represents speech. The short vertical line at the left of the letter Hei ה represents action. These are the three aspects represented by the three lines that form the letter Hei ה.

The joined horizontal and vertical lines of the Hei ה form a letter Daleth ד; the horizontal line represents the female and the vertical the male; both lines represent the primordial Adam that was made male-female. So, the Daleth ד in the middle of the word Adam encloses all the Archetypes that come from above into the physical world, which is Malkuth.

Therefore, the two lines of the letter Daleth ד represent male and female; in other words, we terrestrial humans are the letter Daleth, which Kabbalistically represents a poor man or a poor woman.

The Daleth ד of the name Adam אדם in the lower Eden at the bottom of the central column of the Tree of Life embraces the right and left columns: the letter Aleph א, at its right, Pingala, and the letter Mem ם at its left, Ida.

The right and the left columns, Abba and Aima, Aleph and Mem, become creative when the join the Daleth ד, at Yesod, the bottom sephirah of the middle column.

Adam therefore embraces the secret of all the 22 letters, since the Daleth at the bottom of the central column - which represents the central channel in the spinal columns, called Sushumna in the esoteric human anatomy -  receives the 22 archetypes of Chokmah.

Shem Hamphorash

Among the three mother letters Aleph א, Shin ש, and Mem מ ם, Chokmah is represented by the letter Shin ש (fire), who through initiations joins all the lower archetypes in Daleth to the three mother letters.

In Genesis, the verse, "And God said, let us make Adam" can be explained as follows. Through Vav ו (“And”), the spinal medulla, Elohim (Aleph) uttered:

Shem Hamphorash that the 22 letters or archetypes can be established below in Malkuth, within Daleth, the terrestrial man by means of the letter Mem in Yesod.

Kabbalists utter “Shem Hamphorash” instead of יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei, that is translated in English as “Jehovah.” Shem שם (Shin Mem) means “name,” which in the Bible is also the name of the first son of Noah. Hamphorash means “to interpret” or “to expand.” What name are we interpreting or expanding? It is the Holy Name of God, which is יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei. So when you hear the words “Shem Hamphorash,” this is equal to יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei, which in Gnosticism we pronounce ‘Iod-Havah.’

The Elohim work through our spinal medulla, which is represented in the letter Vav ו, and is also represented in the right vertical line of the letter Hei ה, as well as in the letter Daleth ד; therefore the left short vertical line of the letter Hei ה is an unfinished letter Zayin ז, which in the Hei shows the feminine aspect of the letter Daleth ד. So, the left line of the letter Hei ה represents the feminine aspect of the letter. This is why it is separated, isolated from the other two lines of the letter.

tetragramatonTo understand how the hidden feminine aspect is represented in the letter Hei ה by this left short line, it is necessary to interpret the name Shem Hamphorash, that is the numerical value of the name יהוה Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei as follows: the letter Iod’s י value is 10; the letter Hei’s ה value is 5; the letter Vav’s ו value is 6, and again the letter Hei’s ה value is 5. By making the Kabbalistic addition in relation with the four worlds of Kabbalah, which represents the entire universe, we have the Kabbalistic value of 72, as follows:

  1. Atziluth, the world of the archetypes, is represented in the letter Iod י, which is equal to 10
  2. Briah, the world of creation, is represented in the letter Hei ה, and is equal to 5, plus the value of Atziluth (10) above it = 15
  3. Yetzirah, the world of formation, is represented in the letter Vav ו, and is equal to 6 plus the value Atziluth (10) and Briah (5) above it = 21
  4. Assiah, the world of matter and action, is represented in the fourth letter Hei ה, which is equal to 5 plus the value Atziluth (10) and Briah (5) and Yetzirah (5) above it = 26

Hei represents action in Assiah, Malkuth. So we find two Hei’s in the name Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei.

So when we make the Kabbalistic additions of these four worlds of Kabbalah, we find the following:

Iod  = 10

Iod-Hei  = 15

Iod-Hei-Vav = 21

Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei  = 26

Total =  72 = 9

Shem Hamphorash: by Kabbalistically interpreting or expanding the value of the name Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei, we have 72 that adds (7+2) to 9.

Notwithstanding, many Kabbalists state that Shem Hamphorash is related to Exodus 14:19, 20 and 21, where we find all the names of God that Moses utilized in order to form the pillar of fire that was guiding the Israelites in the wilderness. Moses was utilizing the magic of the word of God in order to hold the Egyptians who were coming after them, and thus with the word of God he opened the Red Sea. Moses uttered the 72 names of God in order to do it. Of course, there is something hidden within those verses of chapter 14.

The way to interpret the name of God is that Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei has the Kabbalistic value of 72  which is 9.  9 is the same value of Adam and the number of the Sephirah Yesod, which is Eden, where we always place the human being or the Man, Adam made into the image of God.

Remember that the lower Eden (Yesod) is one with Malkuth, so when we imagine the Garden of Eden in the Tree of Life, we have to understand that Kabbalistically such a Garden is Malkuth and Yesod together, one Sephirah. Of course, in us, these two Sephiroth (Yesod and Malkuth ) are separated because of the downfall; yet according to the Bible when Eden was established with Adam in it, Malkuth and Yesod were one single terrestrial paradise in the fourth dimension. Remember that we state that our physical body is tetra dimensional, four dimensions, thus the fourth dimension of the tridimensional physical body is the vital body, which is Yesod.

samson_1Here in Daleth (Hebrew: Door), which is the terrestrial man at the bottom of the Tree of Life, is where all the archetypes are hidden, which we already explained in many lectures; that is, all the archetypes are in the vital body, the superior part of the physical body.  This is why we explain that the terrestrial man, Adam receives all the mysteries, all the archetypes of the Word of God in potentiality in the letter Daleth through Shin (the fires of Chokmah in the central column) through the Aleph, (the wind in the right column) and through the Mem (the water in the left column). As you can visualize, we are talking about the three mother letters: Aleph, Shin and Mem, which are related with Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

These three mother letters are related with the two serpents and the central staff of the caduceus of Mercury, which in esoteric anatomy is represented in our spinal column with Sushumna, Ida and Pingala; Aleph is Pingala, Mem is Ida, and Shin is Sushumna.

In order for Chokmah or the letter Shin from above, to work in our Sushumna - which is in the middle of our spinal column or the middle column of the Tree of Life - he needs Daleth  at the bottom of it. Thus within Daleth (the Doors of the gate of the city of Gaza, and the two posts, that is, the cross, the vertical and horizontal lines of Daleth within the Hei) is hidden the Shin, the virile fires of Samson (שמש-און), the Sun,  the Son, which is Christ, Chokmah.

Kether is related with the letter Aleph through the right column of the Tree of Life and in the esoteric human anatomy with Pingala. Binah is related with the letter Mem through the left column of the Tree of Life and in the esoteric human anatomy with Ida. Chokmah is related with the letter Shin through the central column of the Tree of Life and in the esoteric human anatomy with Sushumna. This is how we have to see Aleph, Shin and Men macrocosmically and microcosmically in relation with the Tree of Life.  Remember that we always state that our spinal column is the Tree of Life and that in our spinal column is also hidden the Tree of Good and Evil.

In the word Adam אדם, Aleph א has the value of 1, Daleth ד the value of 4, and Mem ם the value of 40. If we make the addition of 1+4+40 we have 9, which is the same 9 that we get when we make the addition of 72 related with the name of God. This is how it is Kabbalistically explained that Adam was made in the image of God, that is, by Shem Hamphorash, by interpreting the name Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei, by expanding the name in the four worlds of the Kabbalistic universe.  This is how the name of God is hidden with the name Adam or this is how Adam was made in the image of God.

Thus in order for us to become the Daleth ד of the Adam made in the image of God, we have to have all the letters self-realized in our consciousness, since right now we have them but only in potentiality.  This is how we have to understand how the letter Daleth encloses all the 22 letters of the word of God.

The Creation of the Woman

Therefore if Daleth ד in Adam encloses all the 22 letters of the word of God within, this means that the letter Hei, the woman represented also in the letter Zayin, is inside Daleth, inside Adam.

Now in esoteric Kabbalistic anatomy we now that in our spinal column, the letter Vav represents the man, Adam, Pingala and the letter Zayin ז represents the woman, Eve, Ida. The letter Zayin ז is similar to the letter Vav ו, but the difference between the letters Vav and Zayin is in the vertical line that emerges from the Iod which is above in both letters; the vertical line of the Zayin ז is protruding from the middle of the Iod whereas in the letter Vav ו the vertical line is protruding from the right edge of the Iod. Vav ו is Pingala and Zayin ז is Ida which is related to the woman or to the feminine aspect.

Thus, if we utilize our imagination, we will see how the letter Zayin ז is at the left side of the letter Hei ה; by means of action, we continue drawing the left short line of the Hei ה until it touches the horizontal line of it, of the Daleth, thus forming the letter Chet ח, which hides the mystery of Vav and Zayin, positive and negative.

Notwithstanding, in the letter Hei ה the Zayin ז is severed from the top of the horizontal line. Why? It is severed in order to show us that Zayin was taken out of Daleth, which as we explained encloses the 22 letters, which were place by Chokmah from the world of Atziluth through the central column of the Tree of Life.

Daleth ד encloses all the 22 letters within it. This is why Adam represents the 22 Arcana. We have the 22 letters or archetypes in potentiality.

In order for Adam, the terrestrial man, to put the 22 archetypes into activity, there is the need to take the letter Zayin ז out of him. This is explained Genesis as follows:

And the Jah-Chavah Elohim caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam (Daleth went to sleep), and he slept: and he took one of his sides (one of his two ribs = Ida and Pingala, Vav and Zayin) and closed up the flesh instead thereof; and the side (Zayin), which Jah-Chavah Elohim had taken from Adam, made he (a Hei) a woman, and brought her unto Adam.

So if Jah-Chavah Elohim took one of the sides of the androgynous Adam in order to make the Hei, the woman, it is obvious that God took Zayin ז out of Adam, since in the mysterious left side of the occult anatomy of Adam we find Ida represented in the letter Zayin ז. God made the Hei ה, the woman, by taking the letter Zayin ז out of Adam.

In the Bible when you read the Hebrew letters related with Eve, you find the following:

And Adam said, This [זאת] one [ז Zayin] is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called אשה Isha (Aleph, Shin, Hei), because she (Zayin) was taken out of איש Ish (Aleph, Iod, Shin = the Daleth is the terrestrial man in the lower Eden that conceals all the letters between Aleph and Tav, the first and last letters of the Hebrew word for ‘The”).

In Hebrew we write ‘this one’ with the letters זאת Zayin, Aleph and Tav. So “this one” refers to the letter Zayin that is out from between the letters Aleph and Tav, the first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet.


So God took Zayin ז from Adam, who encloses the entire Kabbalistic alphabet within, since Adam is represented by the letter Daleth that receives the 22 archetypes from Chokmah, from the Word of God, since Adam was made in the image of God.

This is why we find a gap between the horizontal line and the left line of the letter Hei, as if telling us, this left line was severed from the horizontal line which with the vertical right line form a Daleth in order to form the letter Hei. If the left line were joined to the horizontal line then it will not be a letter Hei but a letter Chet.

Nevertheless, many Kabbalists state that such an isolated left line is a letter Iod that forms a foot.

This can be also true since the androgynous human being has two feet; the right and the left, like the two serpentine legs of the rooster of the Abraxas, which represents Ida and Pingala. Thus, the left foot of the letter Hei is Ida, and if you visualize above the gap of the left of the letter Hei you can see with your imagination the letter Iod; thus when you sever the lower vertical line from that Iod of Zayin, then a gap remains between the Iod and the line.

Thus in order to show the feminine aspect of the letter Daleth, we just place the severed line from Zayin at the left of Daleth, in order to form the letter Hei. This is why the left line of Hei is isolated, severed, separated.

This is why when Adam - as a Daleth - saw the letter Zayin ז severed from him, he saw part of himself yet with the shape of the letter Hei and said:

This one “Zayin” is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Isha (Aleph, Shin, Hei), because she (the vertical line of Zayin) was severed from the Iod of Ish (Aleph, Iod, Shin).

This Ish is the androgynous man, the heavenly man above from the world of Yetzirah.


Let us comprehend this word with the heart with intuition: so, in Hebrew אישים Aleph, Iod, Shin, Iod and Mem form the plural word for Ishim, men; Yet, only איש Aleph, Iod, Shin is singular for man and only אש Aleph and Shin together spell the word for fire.

This אישים Ishim - in the world of Yetzirah, the world of Formation, the world of the angels - is the androgynous Adam, explained as follows: the male aspect of the word is formed by the letters Aleph and Iod that represent the right column of the Tree of Life; the female aspect of the word is formed by the letters Iod and Mem that represent the left column of the Tree of Life; these are the two polarities of the fire, which is represented by the letter shin in the middle of the word, the letter shin correspond to the central column of the Tree of Life; these aspects of the fire are hidden with the Daleth of Adam.


In the world of Yetzirah, Ishim אישים is related with Malkuth. It is related with the self-realized Adam.

This tridimensional world is the world of Assiah. The Adam of this world is not self-realized. We are not self-realized. Yet let us comprehend that the Self-realized Adam is called Ishim אישים.

In the invocation of Solomon we say:

Ishim, assist me in the name of Shaddai!

Ishim is the name of Malkuth in the world of Yetzirah. Ishim אישים means men, it is a plural word that points at the human androgyne.

When we isolate the letters Aleph, Iod, Shin of Ishim we are left with the word איש Ish, the male, yet in order to write the word woman in Hebrew you take the Iod from Ish and add the letter Hei at the end of it: אשה.

This is why Adam said:

This one “Zayin” is now a “Hei”, bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called אשה Isha (Aleph, Shin, Hei), because she was taken מ out of איש Ish (Aleph, Iod, Shin).

It does not say that she was taken out of Adam, but out of Ish.

The terrestrial Adam is below in Malkuth-Yesod but in his spinal column is the mystery of Ishim; because the female aspect of the fire relates to the letters Iod and Mem of the phrase  “from man:  מאיש

In other words, we should say: And Jah-Chavah Elohim caused a deep sleep to fall upon the terrestrial Adam, and as Daleth slept, he took - from the heavenly man - the female fire; the Iod and Mem of the word Ishim and made the Hei of Isha.

In the letters מאיש of the word Ishim lies also the mystery of the woman.  The woman is not as many fundamentalist Christians or people who read the bible literally think, only flesh and bones, as it is symbolically written. Listen, the woman encloses the whole mystery of the letter Hei in Malkuth, the bottom of the central column of the Tree of Life. Let us see:

The word אישים Ishim relates to the fires of the central column of the Tree of Life, which relates to our spinal column and to our three brains as follows: Aleph א is the intellectual brain, Shin ש is the emotional brain and Mem ם the motor, instinctual sexual brain. The two Iods י of the word belong to the two creative powers: the throat and the genitalia. The word Ishim contains the three mother letters and two Iods, the two polarities of the fire which are also represented in יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei, the sacred name of God, synthesized in the number 72, all of the powers of Shem Hamphorash written with 22 letters.

The woman, the Zayin ז, holds within herself all the mystery of creation represented in the left isolated line of the letter Hei ה.

Because Zayin (Eve) was taken out of Adam, now Adam is incomplete, this is why it is written:

Therefore shall a man (Ish = Aleph, Iod, Shin) leave his father and his mother (the two polarities of Ishim) and shall cleave unto his wife (Isha = Aleph, Shin, Hei, the fire in Malkuth): and they shall be one flesh. - Genesis 2

The two polarities father mother are the two polarities of the fire represented in the plural word אישים Ishim; so in the beginning the terrestrial man Adam was androgynous as the heavenly man Ishim. But now the two polarities are separated and this is why it is stated in the bible that the androgynous man abandoned his androgynous state (father and mother, the two polarities of the fire), now the man or the woman holds only one polarity, therefore we have to cleave unto our spouse, which is the other polarity of the fire, and to become one triple fire in the flesh (sexual union) in order to become again the androgynous Ishim. This is the mystery of the separation of the sexes, which is Kabbalistically very well explained in the bible, and very well hidden within the Hebrew letters.

This is why we explain that the letter Hei ה hides the mystery of creation, because the mystery of creation is directly related with the two creative polarities of the fire and in the left short line of the letter Hei ה is hidden the letter Zayin, the power of Binah which is the feminine aspect of the forces of God related with creation.

The Hei ה, the woman, retains in herself all the powers of creation, although in order for the Hei ה, the woman, to create anything within her womb she needs the activity of the male, but the rest, that is, the whole of creation is made through her, as it is simply demonstrated in the word אלה Elah (Aleph, Lamed, Hei), which means Goddess.

אלה (Elah), The Goddess’ generations of the heavens and of the earth when in her (in the letter Hei) were created, in the day that Iod-Hei Vav-Hei Elohim made the earth and the heavens.” - Genesis 2: 4

Hei ה also represents the terrestrial woman, this is why we state in many lectures that the word יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei means: Iod-Phallus Hei-Uterus, Vav-Man Hei-Woman. These letters represent the two polarities.

Now, it is written that the woman, the אשה Isha, the Hei was taken from the man איש Ish; this is explained as follows: when you take the middle Iod י out of the word איש Ish (Aleph, Iod, Shin), and by stretching it you make - with that Iod or dot - the short line of the Hei ה, that, without such a line, is just a Daleth at the very bottom of the Tree of Life; and this how the woman appears as a Hei ה with the feminine aspect represented with the short vertical line at her left side as a creative active force.


Let us now talk about the Hei of the word הגדה haggadah which means ‘to tell.’ This word has two Hei; one Hei at the beginning of the word and the other Hei at the end, united in the middle by the letters Gimel ג and Daleth ד, about which we have already talked. The letter Gimel ג represents the Inner Man, the Ishim. The letter Daleth ד represents the terrestrial man, the Adam, so the union of both letters make the word GOD, who is represented in the union of the two (Gimel and Daleth). In the Bible there is a tribe named Gad which is also written with Gimel and Daleth. The word haggadah begins with Hei and ends with Hei.  The first Hei is in the Daath, the throat and belongs to the Gimel, the heavenly man; the second Hei is in Yesod, the genitalia and belongs to Daleth, the terrestrial man; they represent the two Hei, the one above and the one below, which explains how GOD creates.

This is why when you read the first words of the book of Genesis, you read: בראשית ברא אלהים “Bereshith Bera Elohim” (in the beginning God created), then you read “the” which in Hebrew is the word את ‘AT’ (Aleph, Tav). Aleph is the first letter and the letter Tav is the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet; so this short word is showing us that when it is written: Bereshith Bera Elohim At” the word את ‘AT’ is synthesizing the whole alphabet of the word of God, because without the  את AT’ (the alphabet) Elohim cannot create.

Then the next word is השמים ‘Ha-Schamayim’, the letter Hei appears in the beginning of the word, the translation in English is ‘the heavens’ (At Ha-Schamayim).  So such a Hei means that Elohim is placing the 22 letters hidden between ‘AT’ (Aleph, Tav) through it in order to make Schamayim (the heavens), so through the letter Hei above the Elohim created. This is why we stated that the letter Hei means creation.

Then ואת הארץ ‘And the Earth” appears, which is another mystery that you understand when you know the meaning of the Hebrew words ואת ‘Ve AT’ (And the), here appears again the letters Aleph and Tav but joined to the letter Vav (which symbolizes the spinal column). So Heaven above and the Earth below; ‘And the’ (ואת Ve At) means: from above, through ‘Vav’ the spinal column ‘AT’ (Aleph, Tav), the word of God (the 22 letters) created ‘Ha Aretz’ (the Earth), through the letter Hei below.

This is how in as simple manner the two Hei of the word יהוה Iod Hei Vav Hei appear in the first words of Genesis. We are explaining the meaning of these Hei only at the surface level, because the depth of them implies a great deal of wisdom.

Moses wrote Genesis in synthesis in order to Kabbalistically explain a lot; thus when you meditate on it, you discover how everything was made, only by meditating in the first words of Genesis:

בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ

‘Beresheet Bara Elohim At Ha Schamayim Ve At Ha Aretz’, meaning, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”

השמים Ha-shamayim: heavens; these heavens imply dimensions because the first Ha-shamayim (heaven) is Daath which is the beginning (Beresheet) in the world of creation which is the world of Briah—Ha-Schamayim of Briah. And thereafter it says

ואת הארץ Ve At Ha Aretz; “Ve At” (תאו) means ‘And The’; “Ve” is written with the letter Vav, the spinal column and “AT” with Aleph Tav. Again “AT” represents the twenty two letters within the “Vav” of “Ha Aretz”, the Earth

Or as Master Samael Aun Weor stated:

The Tree of Life is the spinal medulla.  This Tree of Wisdom is also the ten Sephiroth, the twenty-two creative Major Arcana, letters, sounds, and numbers, with which the Logos (God) created the Universe. – Samael Aun Weor

Likewise, through many lectures we explained how this is done; let us explain it again.

The earth itself is the letter Hei of יהוה Iod-Hei-Vav-Hei; it is the world of Assiah below Yetzirah, Briah and Atziluth.

Assiah is the world of action and matter, it is the outcome of three previous cosmic manifestations: Saturn—the Saturnian epoch, Solar—the Solar epoch, Lunar—the lunar epoch.

When studying the Tree of Life, we know that Saturn is related with Binah in Daath, and the Sun with Chokmah in Tiphereth, and Yesod-Binah with the Moon.

In the three Sephiroth (Daath, Tiphereth, Yesod) of the central pillar of the Tree of Life we can see how these three former cosmic manifestations were dimensionally manifested in םימשה the Heavens, and crystallizing the power of the 22 letters of “AT” through the “Ve” or the letter Vav of “Ve At Ha Aretz” ץראה תאו cosmically speaking. In other words these heavenly powers crystallized through the word.

This relates to the famous first verses of the Gospel of John:

In the beginning (בראשית Beresheet) was the Word (the letters את AT are in Beresheet), and the Word (את) was with (אלהים Elohim) God, and the Word (את AT, the beginning and the end of the 22 Hebrew letters) was God. The same (Hebrew ותוא = Aleph, Vav, Tav. Vav) was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. – John 1: 1-3

Remember, when we talk about the word we are talking about the twenty two letters, the twenty two archetypes that are hidden within “את AT’, Chokmah; they descend through the letter “Vav” in the same way (ותוא).

So when common people read ‘the heavens’, they think that Genesis is talking about the atmosphere: the clouds and all that that exists above this earth, “and the earth” is this terrain or the solid matter here. No, listen. Heavens relates to super dimensions; heavens also relates to previous manifestations because this is what we call involution. Do not mistake this word “Involution” with devolution which is different. To devolve is to return to the chaos. To involve is to descend, to involve the divine archetypical forces into the different densities of the matter.

These divine archetypical forces descend from above; this implies what we always state that God creates through the letter Vav ו. Through the Vav ו is how the divine archetypical forces descend. This is how the Bible explains it many times in Genesis:

And [ו] the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And [ו] the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And [ו] God said, Let there be light: and there was light, etc. – Genesis 1: 2, 3

‘And’ God said because God is the word, the Logos. ‘And’ means that through the letter Vav ו,—through it God is doing it.

“And the earth” ואת הארץ, as you see the “Vav” is always preceding the letter Hei in Ve At Ha-Aretz.  The letter Hei sounds like a deep breath through the throat. This is why the breath of God (Aleph) through the throat (Hei) are interrelated.

What is the letter related to the breath of God? You know that is Aleph א because this is the fifth lecture and the first was Aleph א which relates to the breath, the wind, the air. And as you can see here that the spelling of the letter Hei is הא Hei-Aleph. Can you see how beautiful this is?

הא Hei is the breath of God; it is Aleph א pronounced through the Hei ה, the uterus, the cosmic uterus, the throat of God, the Divine Mother.

Aleph א is the father represented only in the Iod. Because I repeat again, Aleph א encloses the three primary forces, the three Iods: Father, Son and Holy Spirit; Kether, Chokmah, Binah. So, when through the “Hei”, the throat, we pronounce the sound “AH”, the Aleph, we are naming the trinity through the eternal feminine.

The Hei ה is the feminine aspect of that trinity because remember that Hei, which is the woman, was taken from the Iod of איש Ish, which is the man; and this is why the woman was called not Ish, but אשה Ishah—with the letter Hei ה at the end.

The letter Hei ה at the end of any Hebrew word always implies the feminine aspect; that is why the word אלה Eloah ends with Hei, meaning Goddess, the feminine divinity. So all the words, the suffix, the Hei which is always utilized at the end of the Hebrew words implies femininity. As אדמה Adamah (ground), this is another feminine word.

Are you getting this? Because it is very important for us to understand what the letter Hei ה is.

The throat relates to the Hei ה, and to the uterus, because Elohim created through the throat: “Hei” Ha Schamayim and “Hei” Ha Aretz, the whole universe. This is how we understand that people that think that God is only masculine are half atheists because they are separating the femininity of God from the masculinity; God cannot do anything by being only male. The male “El” needs “Elah” its female aspect which is very hidden in the mysteries of the letters of Elohim, the Hebrew letters for divinity.

A Sign from God

Moreover, the wrod “letter,” in Hebrew, is אות’.  אות (Aleph, Vav, Tav) is pronounced ‘Ot’. “Ot” Aleph, Vav, Tav also means sign.

The important thing about the word אות (Aleph, Vav, Tav) is that we again find in it Aleph א - the first letter of the alphabet - in it, aat the beginning, and Tav ת - the last lertter of the alphabet - and the end, together with the letterו Vav  in the middle. Again we find that the entire alphabet descends through the letter Vav, because the spelling of “letter” אות in Hebrew is Aleph, Vav, Tav. Thus, the whole alphabet (תא) is hidden within (ו) “the Vav” which represents Adam.

It comes into my mind - when talking about אות “letter” which in Hebrew also means “sign”—something from the Old Testament, from the book of Isaiah, the prophet:

Ask thee a אות sign (or a letter) of יהוה Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei thy Elohim; ask it either in the depth (the last Hei ה at the bottom of the word Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei), or in the height above (the first Hei ה of Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei). - Isaiah 7: 11

Isaiah says ask of Iod-Havah a letter a sign, an אות; as you see—the name of God is Iod Hei Vav Hei—if I am asking a sign, a letter, from Him, well, the letter “Hei” is above in (השמים) the heaven in Daath, and below in (הארץ) the earth, Malkuth: So, Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei Elohim has a “Hei” below and a “Hei” above.

ץראה תאו םימשה תא םיהלא

Thus “Hei” is the sign, the letter אות, which hides the mystery of the word את of Elohim in the heavens and the earth.

This is why in Matthew 12: 38 it is written:

Then certain of the scribes (the intellectuals, those who - at that time - studied very well the Torah, the Kabbalah) and of the Pharisees (who - at that time - were also doing the ritualistic works of Kabbalah) answered, saying, Master (meaning Jesus), we would see a sign from thee.

If you literally read that verse in the Gospel of Matthew – “we would see a sign from thee” —you might think that they are asking for a miracle, right? But they did not ask for a miracle they ask for a sign אות which means a letter.

But he answered and said unto them, An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign (a letter); and there shall no sign (letter) be given to it, but the sign (the letter) of the prophet Jonah (הנוי - Iod Vav Nun Hei): - Matthew 12: 39

Jonah in Hebrew is spelled with the letters יונה Iod, Vav, Nun and Hei—thus, in all of those letters or signs of the name Jonah, which Jesus is given, is hidden the whole secret of the self realization: the mysteries of the Iod, the Hei, the Vav and the Nun נ.

The Nun נ is the fish which is the symbol of ancient Christianity, Nun is related with the human seed; the letter Hei also relates to seed.

For as Jonah (dove in Hebrew) was three days and three nights in (the Hei) the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth (which is Assiah, Malkuth represented by the letter Hei in Kabbalah). - Matthew 12:40

So in other words Jesus is directly talking about the mysteries of the whole work that we have to perform.

The whale, the fish, is the letter Nun נ. And the Hei ה of the name יונה Jonah is precisely the heart of the earth; יונה Iod Vav Nun Hei—Jonah.

When people read these verses in the Gospels, they interpret them in different manners—because every symbol is interpreted in seven manners. But here, we are Kabbalistically speaking, since Jesus was talking to the scribes and Pharisees—and these scribes and Pharisees were Kabbalists—they were not like in this day and age where the scribes and Pharisees ignore Kabbalah.

If in this day and age, lay people (who do not know what a sign means) ask a sign of the Gnostics, we will give as a sign the letter Hei. Yet, the so-called “Christians” from any denomination or people from other religions, they would not know what sign to give, because they simply do not know. At the time when Jesus was in the Holy Land, the lay people that were around him did not know about these mysteries; only those people, who, in the beginning of his preaching, were Initiate Jews knew of these things. Thus, not all of them were Kabbalists and not all of them knew about the alchemical esotericism of the kabbalistic letters—such as when Isaiah said, “ask a sign of Iod-Havah”. — Isaiah 7: 11 said “ask a sign” why? Because ‘ask a sign’ means ask a letter which relates to “Hei”; as in Genesis 47: 23, “take seed”, the words ‘take seed’ are related also with the letter Hei (הא).

הא־לכם זרע וזרעתם את־האדמה (lo, take seed for you, and ye shall sow the land.)

Then Joseph said unto the people, Behold, I have bought you this day and your land for Pharaoh: lo, take seed for you, and ye shall sow the land. - Genesis 47: 23


Gnostic interpretation:

And Joseph said about the 'El' (Chesed, the Ruach Elohim, the Abraham) of people, Behold, this day the (קניתי) 'Kenyan' (Gedulah, the Gimel from the land of Cush) for you, and your lands (Adamoth: physical bodies, your Daleth) for Pharaoh: “Take for yourselves your sperm (the seed of Abraham), so that you shall (become enlisted. or initiated by) sowing (your consciousness, that is part of Geburah, Neshamah in) the land (of Havilah, your physicaliity, that has the seed, the sperm where there is gold). - Genesis 47: 23

This is why when we talk about the letter Hei we always associate it with the Divine Mother, the feminine aspect of the Holy Name of God (יהוה Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei); “Hei” is the fifth letter of the Hebrew aphabet, thus, it relates to the number five.

In Gnosticism, we know that the Divine Mother Kundalini unfolds in five aspects and that the shape of the letter Hei ה is formed by a letter Daleth ד and a letter Iod י; Daleth 4 and Iod 10 = 14, 1+ 4 = 5. We are not going to talk about those five aspects because there is already a lecture related with those five aspects of the Divine Mother Kundalini. Nonetheless we are just going to name Her five aspects:

  1. The Divine Mother Space, the first Hei;
  2. The Mother Nature, the second Hei;
  3. Our own particular individual Mother, the third Hei;
  4. The Divine Mother Death which annihilates the egos within the womb of the earth, which is hell—whether through initiation if we enter into the path or by the forces of nature in the eighth centre of the earth which is called Inferno, Hell.
  5. And the fifth aspect is that Hei related with our sexual energy—the instinctual force that initiates that energy, sexual force in us is called the Elemental Divine Mother, related to our instincts.

All of us have these five aspects.

So the Divine Mother is five and these five are also related in Kabbalah with the five souls.

The Mother of the Living

In the lecture of Gimel we talked to you about Nephesh, Ruach, and Neshamah—the three souls that all of us have. Nephesh is the animal soul which is very strong in us; it is that animality that characterizes us, that donkey on which Jesus was riding when entering into Jerusalem. Jesus was riding the donkey, and this is what we have to do; to ride on Nephesh, which is the first soul. The second soul is Ruach, the intellectual emotional soul that all of us have within our intellect and emotions. And Neshamah—we have just part of it, this is the Essence, the Consciousness that we have within; that is part of Neshamah.  We have to develop those souls that we have within in a positive manner, in order to develop the human soul.

ChaiahNow, there are other two souls related with the letter Hei. The fourth soul related with the letter Hei is Chaiah (חי). This Chaiah is life. In Hebrew when you toast “to life!” you say, l'chaim, to life! —Chaiah: life. עץ החיים Otz Chaim is the Tree of Life, which we always address here. So חי Chaiah relates to the feminine aspect of divinity. The Divine Mother above, who we call Kundalini; it is that soul that is above, which we said is the Divine Mother inside.

That Chaiah we explained in other lectures relates with the four creatures of Ezekiel we call the Chaioth or the four manifestations of Chaiah, the Divine Mother Nature. Remember the sphinx in Egypt; the sphinx in Egypt represents all of those forces of Mother Nature which Ezekiel talks about: the lion, the eagle, the ox and the man—the face of the sphinx is the man—those are the four aspects of Chaioth and relate to the soul, Chaiah, which is related to all the forces of nature.

Why do we state that Chaiah is the feminine aspect of God? Chaiah is the feminine aspect of God and it is related with the letter Hei—yes Chaiah (חי life) in Hebrew is alternatively spelled with Chet, Vav and Iod (חיה life). The meaning of this alternative spelling is hidden, in the Book of Genesis; it is stated that when Adam was going to give a name to his wife, to his Ishah, he named her חוה [Chavah]:

And Adam called his wife's name חוה [Chavah]; because she was the mother of all חי [living]. – Genesis 3: 20

And if you ask what does חוה Chavah (Eve) have to do with life? Adam answers for you, “because she was the mother of all living חי.”

So the letter Iod of Chaiah (חי life), stretches and becomes the letter Vav of Chavah (חוה). So Chavah - Eve in English - the wife of Adam, encloses the mysteries of Chaiah (חיה) life.

This is why if we want to self realize ourselves, we need a woman—because the womb of a woman encloses all the mysteries of nature, the mysteries of Chaiah; life develops within her and she shows that practically by making in her womb a physical life. So God works through her.

Thus, if we want to work in the path of self realization as men, we need a woman. Well, the woman might say, “yes, I have all of those forces within me”. But if a woman needs to put into activity all of those forces within her, she needs the activity of the man inside her; in other words, she needs the phallus of the man—because by herself she cannot do it because the man has the seed and the woman has the life-ground, she is the Hei. You see how beautiful this is?

This is why we state that Chaiah (חי life) is the Divine Mother in her higher aspect, because there are many types of Chaiah (חי life) within us, but the higher aspect of that Chaiah (חי life), is that soul of the world, the Divine Mother Kundalini above that should incarnate or, better said, should swallow us because Chaiah (חי life) is one of the mysteries of self realization.

When one makes an equilibrium in the three lower souls—Nephesh, Ruach and Neshamah, when Neshamah incarnates in us as the Father, the inner Chesed within you, you become then a master, a reincarnated master.

What is a reincarnated master? A reincarnated master somebody who has Neshamah within. That Neshamah is that breath that is written in the Bible:

“And (God) breathed into his (Adam) nostrils the ‘breath of life’ (neshemah: נשמת חיים); and Adam became a ‘living soul’ (nephesh chaiah: נפש חיה).

God breathed Neshamah inside of Adam and Adam became a living soul. The breath-Neshamah is precisely the incarnation of Chesed and Geburah, the Master, the Monad.

In the initiation, when you enter into initiation, you start working with Nephesh, with your animality. As Paul of Tarsus states:

And so it is written, the first man Adam was made a living soul (נפש חיה); the last Adam was made a quickening spirit.

Howbeit that was not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural (Nephesh); and afterward that which is spiritual (Neshamah). The first man is of the earth, earthy: the second man is the Lord from heaven. As is the earthy, such are they also that are earthy: and as is the heavenly, such are they also that are heavenly. And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly. - 1 Corinthians 15: 45-49

There are many people who want to start working with Neshamah and to have ecstasies—and to self realize the Neshamah within them without working with Nephesh—it is stupid to work like that. First, to make of Nephesh - that animal soul - human—means transmute your seed, to be chaste, to transform your emotions and your mind (Ruach) in a positive manner; this is done through initiations, meaning the creation of the Solar bodies, the annihilation of the ego, etc. When the egos are annihilated and the creation of the bodies is completed, then Neshamah - who is your Inner Being - enters into you; he is the Monad, your master. Such is an incarnated master. Understand, somebody with ego is not an incarnated master; the ego has to be annihilated. The incarnation of a master has always been celebrated in Tibet— the incarnation of a master is a great thing; to be an incarnated master is not an easy thing, it is a great work.

The incarnated master, who has taken the direct path, has to be swallowed by Chaiah, the Divine Mother. Comprehend the Divine Mother does not eat garbage. The Divine Viper cannot swallow you if you are filthy. She only eats holy things; she does not eat refuse. So therefore Neshamah has to be purified; this is what, in alchemy, is called to transmutation of the lead into gold. When all of the bodies of the true man - the physical body, the vital body, the astral body, the mental body, the causal body, the Buddhic body, the Atmic body - are very well purified, made gold, the Divine Mother swallows each one of them and then the master becomes a Chaiah in the earth; or, in Sanskrit terms, a Naga (serpent). This is the process, of the letter Hei; when the letter Hei swallows the man then that man is endowed with all the powers of the Divine Mother, because she is one with him, she is the Chaiah with him.

YechidahThe last process is to be swallowed by Yehidah.

Yehidah: from masculine yahid the one, the only, the unique from the verbal root yahad oneness, union; cognant with the Hebrew 'ehad one

Yehidah is another soul, the fifth. First you incarnate the three souls - Nephesh, Ruach and Neshamah  - and purify them, but the process of the other two other souls Chaiah and Yehidah,.... they do not incarnate in you, instead, they swallow you. And that is why most of the rituals in ancient times, said that the Lord does not eat garbage, does not eat refuse; it means that we have to purify and to be worthy to be swallowed by God, that is, to be taken as Enoch into heaven.

How does this happen? When Yehidah (which is the one, singular, the unique in Hebrew) which is that Aleph, Kether, symbolized by the eagle, comes and swallows Chaiah.

This process of the eagle swallowing the serpent, meaning, Yehidah swallowing Chaiah is symbolized in the flag of Mexico, and thereafter the initiate becomes a feathered serpent—this is the whole work of the Hei, the whole work of creation, with the five souls: Nephesh, Ruach, Neshamah, Chaiah, and Yehidah. All of that is the mystery of the letter Hei. But, how do we start doing that?

Take Seed for Yourselves

Concerning Hei, many Kabbalists always point at the verse in the Book of Genesis that states: “take seed for yourselves.” The word "take" is related with the letter Hei, which reveals charity. When Joseph was sold to Egypt, he became the interpreter of dreams for the Pharaoh.Following that, the Pharaoh had that mysterious dream of the seven fat cows, and the seven malnourished, ill cows. Joseph told the Pharaoh, "The seven good cows will be seven years of abundance; and the seven poor and very ill cows will be seven years of famine in Egypt, my advice" said Joseph, "is the following:

Let them gather all the food (seed) of those good years that come, and lay up corn under the hand of Pharaoh, and let them keep food in the cities. And that food shall be for store to the land against the seven years of famine, which shall be in the land of Egypt; that the land perish not through the famine. - Genesis 45: 35, 36

And this is how Joseph, who symbolizes that archetype IO-Cephas which is in Malkuth—starts working in the initiation—because seven is initiation, i.e. the seven days of Genesis, etc., etc. So when the other archetypes related with the world of Israel descend into Egypt - Malkuth, as it is written in Genesis, they are looking for seed which they know, Egypt has, since Mizrahim gathers all the seed of Yesod—that Egypt is Malkuth.

Then in Genesis 47: 23, it is written that Joseph told them:

הא־לכם זרע וזרעתם את־האדמה (lo, take seed for you, and ye shall sow the land.)

So, within the words, “lo, take seeds for yourselves” in the Hebrew Bible, is hidden the spelling of the letter Hei (הא) the letter Hei together with Aleph spells Hei in Hebrew.

“Lo, take seed,” Joseph says.

Thus only by seeing הא, the Kabbalist states, “Lo, take,” is the spelling of the letter Hei, thus, the whole mystery of the seed is there. Thus, take seed for yourselves.

Kabbalists interpret this Hei (הא) in different manners. But when you are an initiate, when you have intuition you know that “lo take for yourself seed” means transmute for yourselves your seed because the seed is the sexual sperm, yes that is the meaning of seed.

“Lo, take for you seed” means, transmute for yourselves your seed; it is a reference to the sexual act for self realization which is the godly way of giving, which in Hebrew is called kosher. Are you familiar with the word kosher? You find it in many labels at the supermarket; many products have it, i.e. some salt is kosher, meaning it is ritually pure, sacred.

Listen, the salt of the earth is the semen; if you want to make it kosher, you must transmute it into energy. Nevertheless, if you reach the orgasm, you then spill the salt of (Ha aretz) the earth, you spill it from the Hei of God, then, it cannot longer be kosher. To eat kosher, as it is demanded in the Bible, implies to transmute the sexual energy to make it holy through the sexual act.

In the Hebrew language the letter Hei denotes femininity. So therefore, you have to know how to take that seed; take seed for yourselves. You have the seed, you are physically the letter Hei, Mizrahim, Egypt and that seed is in Hei (הא) the earth, Malkuth. Thus, if you transmute it, you then attain the creation of the Adam into the image of God within you.

How do you achieve it? The letter Hei ה hides that mystery; why? Simple, when you use your intuition, when you study with your heart; listen. Hei is in the throat and it is accompanied by the letter Aleph, which is the wind, which is the air, which is the breath of God. The letter Hei encloses the mysteries of nature, of the four creatures that we have spoken about in other lectures; the lion is the sight, the ox is the ear, the nose, related with the eagle, Tiphereth... When we go to Tiphereth, which is the nose, Tiphereth is related with Ruach. Ruach in Hebrew is wind, which is Aleph; and Tiphereth breathes the Ruach; Tiphereth is precisely the soul, the human soul.

Now, how do we do it? The Hei ה, the seed, is in the sexual organs, you know this; the seed is  זרעTzara or zera in Hebrew, and also means, semen, sexual seed, either in the sexual organs of the woman or the man.

So, how do you take that seed? how do you feed yourself with that seed? how do you take your seed for yourself and make it kosher? In other words, how do you feed your soul with it? Listen, you have to understand this very well, our nose, in accordance to the animals of Ezekiel, is related with the eagle. Why? because in the root of my nose I have Aleph which is the wind, the atom of Kether, the Father.

So therefore when I breathe, I take the breath of God into my lungs, the Aleph of God into my lungs. So Tiphereth takes the breath, meaning, that you have to do this during the sexual act; this is why the whole realization lies in the human soul—because you as soul have to breathe, to inhale your seed, you have to transmute your seed, you have to place all the seed-elements in your head and in your body by means of the sexual act. So the clue of sexual transmutation, of the taking of the sexual seed, which is the godly given of God in our body, is in the respiration. When you breathe through your nose remember that occult anatomy teaches that the nostrils are connected to the testicles and to the ovaries—so when you breathe through your nostrils the breath of God is taking or is giving you (the soul) the seed from your ovaries and testicles—through Ida and Pingala.

Without the breath you cannot transmute whether as a single or married person—when you do your sexual transmutation you do it through Pranayama or sexual alchemy, through respiration—knowing that through the nostrils, Tiphereth, the eagle of Ezekiel, is there connected to Aleph (the wind).

Indeed, Adam is precisely the outcome of the combination of Aleph (the wind) and the seed through the respiration. This is how you perform Kosher, you make your seed Kosher; this is how you eat the life of your seed. This is what is called kosher; remember that. It is not just to eat through your mouth; it is to know how to breathe and to take the seed in order to receive the blessings of God.

You take your seed from your Hei—the lower Hei of  “Iod, Hei, Vav, Hei” that in your body symbolizes the sexual organ—remember that Chavah, Eve symbolizes the sexual organ, the physical body and also the woman.

This is why the woman was honored and respected in ancient temples because without the Isis, without the priestess, without the woman, it is impossible to create. So, when married men and married women unite, they breathe and through their breath they take the seed into their souls; this is how that Nephesh is transformed into human, that Ruach is transformed into human, and this how we perform the whole process. This is why we state in Gnosticism that the whole path is sexual. But we have to make sex holy and this is done only when you take your seed for yourself, that is, not to spill the seed through the filthy orgasm of animals; the orgasm was the sin of Adam and Eve, who, instead of breathing and taking the seed from their own bodies, they reached the orgasm and thus they threw away all the seed that God was giving to them for the puposes of feeding their souls. This is how they separated themselves from God, and did not become kosher—but filthy, Rah, polluted in other words.

Do you follow this? Are you getting this, the mystery of the letter Hei? Because in itself Hei implies five aspects related in ourselves with: thought, speech and action:

Thought is represented in the horizontal line of the letter Hei; there are two types of thoughts: subjective and objective—you know this; thought is in relation with the mind in us. Objective thoughts are those that come from God and subjective thoughts are those that come from the ego.

Speech is represented in the right vertical line of the letter Hei is also subjective and objective. We are not talking about subjective things here. Most of the time people talk about subjective things related to the ego. Understand, objectivity is related with objective reasoning - things that come from the heart (Tiphereth), when you receive (Kabbalah) from the heart. When you receive from the heart, you then give Kosher, symbolized in that letter Hei (אה), this is to give from God—to give that which is divine.

All of these four aspects that you see; two types of thoughts and two types of speech are accomplished through action, which is represented in the isolated left vertical line of the Hei which is Chavah.

The isolated left vertical line of the Hei is action—because when you transmute your seed, you then unite the left rib (Chavah) with your head (Adam) which is your Iod; and this is how through your actions, you perform religare, re-ligate (religion), that is, you reunite, re-ligate (rejoin) your soul to God. Thus, you do it through your actions, this is why you see in the letter Hei, that the left vertical line is separated, severed because either you unite that line to the top of the letter Hei or you keep it as it is, disjoined, and project it down to hell by spilling your seed through the orgasm.

So action means whether you do it or not. So that is why when we talk about action, it is just one—either above or below—it should be only one, not two. Either you do it or not. If you do not do it then you just speak subjectively, you just talk subjectively—Yet, if you do it then you develop objectivity within you, in both thought and speech.

Questions and Answers

Audience: I was just relating with the verse that says “be fruitful and multiply,” how people use it as a pretext to spill the seed…

Speaker: Yes, people have many excuses to spill the seed, they say, God said “be fruitful and multiply,” and therefore, if we do not spill the seed, we do not multiply. But remember very clearly and understand that the Bible does not say be fruitful and fornicate, it says multiply. In order to multiply it is not necessary to fornicate. In the animal level, yes, because the animal is irrational, instinctual. The animal loses the seed in the very brute way because he does not reason. But reason was given to us in order for us to choose between to spill it or not.

So when we learn how to transmute the seed we also learn how to release only one sperm in order to fecundate the woman. Because in order for the woman to become pregnant in the physical plane, she needs only one sperm, not millions. If you go into a field, for instance, and you open a little hole and you say I am going to plant corn, then you put a few seeds, but one is enough—you do not see the people that are doing that work putting millions of seeds in that little hole, since they know that the seed will be wasted.

The truth is that in the level in which we are right now, we multiply as beasts because we use Nephesh in order to multiply. So in other words we do not know how to take seed for ourselves. If we learn how to take seed of ourselves, then we make of the sexual act kosher, a sacred thing, a holy thing—then we learn how to take the seed and transmute it into energy.

Listen, easily, by the will of God, a sperm can be released from the gonads and the woman can become pregnant. There are many couples who become pregnant in that way. When you ask, you also can have that privilege. But in this case Binah, the Holy Spirit, is the one that does it. This is not your will. This is not like saying, “Oh I want a child”... No; you ask of your Inner Being for a child, because you respect his will; thus you say, “My God, I would like to have a child in the physical world,” and then he says, “I will give it to you just perform the sexual act and I will take one sperm from you so that your wife will be pregnant.” That is the way, the human way; remember the sentence “be fruitful and multiply” in the Book of Genesis was uttered by God. To be fruitful is, as the Master Jesus said, “for their fruits you will know them,” meaning that we have to develop the fruits of the Tree of Life and the fruits - in the positive way - of the Tree of Good and Evil, Knowledge. So when we are fruitful, when we are very developed and adult then we can multiply. It does not say multiply and then be fruitful; first be fruitful. How are you fruitful? You are fruitful by transmuting your sexual energy, by inhaling the seed, there is no other way.

In this day and age, as you know, a lot of people have one two three four five six seven eight children—thus they do not care about being fruitful; they just want to multiply—and this is why this society is a chaos—because everybody is multiplying without caring a bit about being fruitful.

Audience: Could you explain the death of the ego in order for the transmutation…

Speaker: To explain the death of the ego…? The animal ego has to die in order to make the sexual act holy and for this it is important for us to meditate every day, to comprehend every day our Nephesh, our animality. Remember that, in accordance to evolution we come from the animal kingdom, thus, if you observe the animals they fornicate, they adulterate; that is normal for them. But now that we are in this human level we have to learn how not to be an animal and for that we have to control Nephesh, the donkey, our animality; this is what Jesus taught by riding a donkey and entering into Jerusalem: if you want to enter into Jerusalem, the higher levels, you have to tame your donkey and for that of course you have to comprehend your donkey because your donkey works through your mind, through your heart and through your sex. Your donkey is lust, anger, pride, envy, vanity, laziness, gluttony etc., etc.; that is your donkey. Those animal aggregates that we have within have to be annihilated and the way of doing it is by meditating, comprehending them in meditation. And of course, in the sexual act, is how you destroy them by knowing how to utilize the sexual energy of the Divine Mother Death.

Audience: …We have to work with our Nephesh first, then what is the next step?

Speaker: The next step is emotion. Well we have to work with our three brains. Remember that emotions and intellect are related with Ruach and Nephesh is related with the flesh, with the bones, with the sexual energy, with all those elements that we have unfortunately in the sub-consciousness, unconsciousness, and infra-consciousness, which we call ego; that is Nephesh—trapped—so we have to purify that Nephesh through the transmutation and by the annihilation of the ego and then the Ruach develops in the superior manner and of course that is when we create soul—the soul has to be created by the transmutation of the energy—our Solar Bodies or electronic bodies that we have to develop. The culmination of the development of Ruach ends in Tiphereth. Ruach is a thinking soul. But remember that we have two types of mind: abstract mind, which is Tiphereth and concrete mind, which is Netzach. So when your reach Tiphereth, the abstract mind, the complete development of Ruach in the superior manner is ended; then you reach the level of mastery. Then you have to work more with your Ruach and your Nephesh to purify them more in order to incarnate Neshamah which is Geburah and Chesed, the Monad. And when you incarnate Neshamah, which is Chesed and Geburah, inside of you, then you prepare yourself working higher and higher and higher in order to be swallowed by Chaiah. Then Chaiah swallows you—and thereafter Yehidah has to swallow you—when that happens, the five souls are already there. And then we have the Tetragrammaton within the Pentagrammaton, the five pointed star—do you see that?

The Pentagrammaton, the five pointed star, is precisely the symbol of the perfect man, made into the image of God. Why? Because in the right arm of that pentagram is written Adam, which sums nine and in the left is Iod Hei Vav Hei the Tetragrammaton which as we explained also makes the addition of nine; so 9+9 = 18, 1+8 = 9; that is the Adam Iod-Chavah—the perfect man (9) made into the image of (9) God.

A single person can annihilate as much fifty percent of ego—this is in accordance with the teachings of the Master Samael Aun Weor; because the Divine Mother receives more weapons, strength in the sexual act; there is no ego that can tolerate the fire in the sexual act in order to be destroyed. But a single person with patience and a lot of prayer can annihilate 50%; Paramahansa Yogananda for example: Paramahansa Yogananda is one of those yogis that came to the United States and was teaching Kriya yoga; Yogananda was single all his life but worshiping the Divine Mother. All the songs, all the writings of Yogananda are to his Divine Mother. Of course he awoke a lot—he is an awakened elemental—not a master—maybe a master of minor mysteries but not major mysteries because he did not create the internal Solar Bodies. But for him, if he returns, or if he already returned, to create the Solar Bodies will be an easy task because he is awakened 50%. So like him, many single people can reach that level, if they dedicate themselves - as Yogananda - seriously to the work. But remember, Yogananda was worshiping the Divine Mother, Hei—the letter Hei, inside of him, and was respecting his sexual energy—as a single. The best thing for him now is to worship the Divine Mother with a wife.

Audience: Are there mantras related with the letter Hei?

Speaker: Well there are many mantras. “Ha” is a mantra related with the ether; it is related with the throat. The mantra related with the mental body is written in the book of Occult Medicine, the mantra of the mental body.

Do you have another questions? I hope that the seed “Hei” will be in your consciousness. You might say that this lecture is very cryptic. It is, but it is a seed; if you inhale and meditate in it you will have all the knowledge that we are pointing at here, because I was just giving you the tips of the whole knowledge that encloses the letter Hei. When you really meditate and see that in you, I could say more. But I do not know if you can take it…do you know what I mean? With other Kabbalists it is easy; but when you are learning Kabbalah it is difficult. That is why I always cite the Bible in order for you to understand. Look in the very beginning at the Hebrew letters; the letter Hei is there in the moment when God is creating the heavens and in the moment when he is creating the earth: Hei is in Ha-Schamayim and Ha-Aretz –because without the Hei there is no creation. That is why Hei encloses the mystery of creation.