What did the Angels of God the Most High “El” teach Enoch on Mt. Hermon? What is the Authentic Tradition; the Phoenician Kabala? One may ask and wonder about all of that but we could go deeper inside where the Divine Light resides.
The «Kabala–ﻗﺒﻞ»—accepted by the first seer of visions, Enoch-Thor, at the top of Mt. Hermon—is figuratively represented by the Caduceus of Hermes that would lead the true Kabalists up, in spiral ascension along the dualistic principles of nature aka. Male & Female, though not engaging with them or being attached to them and thus ultimately reaching the wings of Liberty—the wings of the Phoenix—in the abode of the One.
When we mention Enoch, we first think of the Book of Enoch (I Enoch) which narrated his Meeting on the “Mountain of the Lord” with the Angels whose names ends by the suffix “ēl”, like the most important ones, the four Cardinal Angels who form the Kosmic Cross: Raphael, Michael, Gabriel, Auriel, and whose names mean they are the Angels of the Most High God Ēl.
The Enochian Tradition 3 parts division
First, the «Divine Inspiration», revealed to Enoch-Taautus by the Angels of God—those Exalted Beings or Higher Selves. The secret knowledge of a great universal, spiritual and occult doctrine he was taught during his mystical experience at the heart of his visions contained the Omnific Word that was never written, but rather, given in secret from mouth to ear. Enoch is therefore understood as being Henoch (Phenoch), the Phoenix symbolizing the Secret Cycle and Initiation, the first Teacher-Initiator who linked Humanity through an eternal concordance with the Father.
Second, there is the «Emerald Tablet», written by Henoch on a piece of emerald stone with the purest of Gold. One of the most important teachings it contained is the process of Alchemy, which focused on a spiritual enlightenment through a change in the physiology of the body, based on a transmutation of the sexual vital force. This is explained, figuratively but clearly, in the Book of Enoch, which is an Initiatic book par excellence. And for centuries, the Hierophants of Hermes have whispered the words herein, into the ears of new adepts during their Initiation. It contains the essence of the Enochian Wisdom.
The third part is the «Sacred Alphabet», a coded work ancient as the beginning of time and believed to be a secret manuscript of Thor, the Geblite. The first Initiate into the mystery of the word concealed these 3 aspects of the authentic Tradition of the Kabala in the «Sacred Alphabet,» all with the hidden meanings of the Occult Sciences. And thus, since Hermes is Thot-Taautus as we have related in a different article, the Thrice Great Hermes—the Trismegistus—is Thoth the great, the great, the great, possessing the three parts of Wisdom (Sophia or PhiloSophy) of the whole world:
- Theurgy (Real Magic)
This secret knowledge of the one Divine Nature in the Trinity was to be imparted only to the Initiates, who would have to interpret their visions, and discern the true meanings of the Tradition. The Symbols that would engage the Initiate hold mystical significance that awakens the unconsciousness into a consciousness of itself. It creates an awakening state of the intuitive knowledge of the Initiate.
The Jewish Kabala
That being said, one may ask thereafter: what are the main differences between the original Phoenician Enochian Tradition of the Kabala that we have just had a glimpse at and the later Jewish one?! In truth, to know that, we should enter now into understanding briefly the secrets of the Jewish Kabala.
In reality, the Jewish tradition of the Kabala roots back to the time of the Chaldeans and is essentially related to the Babylonian Talmud. The Hebrew Kabala is not a written tradition, but a purely oral one. It became popular at the time of the Templars in the 12th and 13th century AD and is based on both the “Sepher Yetzirah”, known as the Book of Creation or Formation, and the Zohar or “Sefer-ha-Zohar”, known as the Book of Splendor or Lights.
In the Zohar, God is described as Ein-Soph, No-Thing, the endless, infinite, and the all. It stands above the First Sephiroth, Kether, where Yahweh is crowned over the principles of Dualism. However, Yahweh is the God Iao, Iaho, or Yaho; the Chaldean Mystery God of creation, the breath of life that generated from an upright male and an egg-shaped female, which are the principles of Nature. Thus, Ye(a)va, Jehovah, or Yahweh is the Androgynous Supreme Divinity of the Hebrews, being Ievo-hevah, Adam-Eve, or Yod-Heva, thus the Demiurge.
The Jewish Kabala teaches that God projected out from Himself ten rays of light: the Sephiroth. Originally, there was a unity between God and the world, but that broke apart when evil appeared. The goal of the Jewish Kabalists is then to restore that unity, but a Unity with God in its own sublime definition cannot occur while worshiping Yod-Heva! And if thus accomplished, though very impossible, God cannot be perceived as a negation, or No-Thing, anyway!
Along with that, the Hebrew Kabala represented a complete system of symbols, angels, demons, and magic, or better say, sorcery. In fact, it was with the Chaldean savants and magi that the authentic Tradition took a different turn. They used the Kabala, based on the esoteric meanings of the Alphabet, incorporating one of the most ancient languages on Earth, to invoke the spirits, either in the written form of talisman, or in the oral form of incantation. This led to sorcery and bloody dark rituals. Jewish Kabalists who came to believe that the Old Testament’s language contained coded secrets, created an esoteric system of interpretation known as gematria, by assigning a number to each of the 22 letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, originally taken from the Phoenician Alphabet.
No matter how one goes about it, the Jewish Kabala is a composed element of the Chaldean Kabala, and includes, at the same time, much of the Persian magic and daemonic system founded on the dualistic principles of Nature, aka. Heaven (presided over by Ahura Mazda or Ormazd, sometimes identified with Spenta Mainyu and defined as beneficent, truthful, light and life) & Hell (controlled by Ahriman identified as Angra Mainyu and defined as destructive, deceitful, darkness and death) !
Along with that, it takes into account the main Pythagorean idea of restoring Unity between God and man. The Pythagoreans, however, believed in the Universal Mind as God, the Father, and not as a Negation. To Pythagoras, himself an incarnation of Hermes, humanity can reach unity with the One—the Monad by escaping the evil deed of the Dyad, Dualism, or/and in religious terms, the Androgynous Supreme Divinity of the Hebrews, the Demiurge Yod-Heva. Such belief is also considered by many non-dualist Gnostics, like Marcion, the bishop of Sinope.
Written by the M.S.B of the Council of 12