Exotic animal, sort of . . .
- Oct 30, 2016
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I looked up the websites you linked to, and found the background information and the imagery very thought provoking. According to the website of planetary hours, the hours are based on Chaldean knowledge. Without getting into how authentic these designations may or not be, how did the Chaldeans, or any other ancient magical organization, develop their system? It was their version of science, I assume. By what processes did they construct their schedule and assign deities to these hours?Here's a little experiment you can all make, if you're doubtful of the existence of spirits. Look up a planetary hours calculator online and seek the hours for this following Thursday. Select any hour of Jupiter of day or night. Look up the second pentacle of Jupiter online and draw it on a clean piece of paper during said day and hour - 3 or 4 inches wide is enough.
Planetary hours calculator: https://www.astrology.com.tr/planetary-hours.asp
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Here's the images of the pentacles I mentioned. Feel free to search for more clear ones: https://www.themysticdreamacademy.com/seals-of-solomon/
And the same for the pentacles. Who created them? Using what criteria? Are the signs and letters written in a particular order? What do they stand for? Why were those symbols used? Who first created the symbols? The letters are Hebrew; I know that kanji are supposed to be written in a very specific way, with the pen strokes done in a particular order. Is Hebrew supposed to be written in the same way, each stroke done in a particular order?
I always wonder about the construction/invention of alphabets, too (as opposed to heiroglyphics, tho' those are amazing, too). The invention of written language is really awe inspiring IMO. Because Semetic languages are written right to left, I wonder if left handed people were instrumental in creating the alphabets. (It is easier for left handed people to write right to left, and, according to some studies, there is a correlation between being left handed and having a talent for languages.)
Anyway, thanks for sharing this information, Alex Scaraoschi. Mulling over the origins of symbols and ways of thinking about the world is endlessly fascinating for me.