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 Anonymous
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02/05/2009 7:39 am  

I was curious as to how I might go about finding which words in Latin add up to a certain number (260), and then how I might see what that number corresponds to Qabalistically...

How might I do this? 😕


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 Anonymous
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02/05/2009 5:19 pm  

93 Ouch well here is the problem... There is no really Latin Qabalah, to my knowledge, let alone an English Qabalah, that everyone could agree on atleast. But hey you might be able to figure out what it is, and post it and we could have another long ramble on about the entirety of it all. When it comes to Gematria no one seems to like each others results 😆 I personally think its a personal thing to do.

So here is what i advise you to do:
#1 Get the enitrety of the Alphabet
#2 Apply numbers to them that you deem fit
#3 Do your thing
#4 Careful what you post 😆


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IAO131
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02/05/2009 7:15 pm  
"Tyhar" wrote:
I was curious as to how I might go about finding which words in Latin add up to a certain number (260), and then how I might see what that number corresponds to Qabalistically...

How might I do this? 😕

This thread has some information on the Latin Qabalah... at least one form f it.

I suggest you read 777 by Crowley to understand the basics behind gematria and Qabalah and such... and also suggest not wasting your time with Latin qabalah but Do what thou wilt.

IAO131


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