Daath

Spiritual and Magical Power of Daath in Liber 777

Daath is considered a “false sephirah” on the Tree of Life, appearing half way down the path of the High Priestess from Kether to Tipareth. Magicians believe that Daath is a portal to other dimensions, particularly the back-side of the Tree where demonic forces are supposed to reside. The Paths become tunnels through which once can traverse. Magicians describe their experiences of going through these tunnels and finding various objects and spirits of varying degrees of malevolence.

If you spin the Tree upside using Tipareth as the axis you will see that Daath maps onto Yesod,  hinting at the lunar and sexual nature of this position, reinforcing the lunar attribution of the High Priestess and her darker nature. The other tarot cards that could be used would be the Nine of Wands, Cups, Swords, and Disks.

Name of Sephirah

DOTh 474, Knowledge

Position on the Tree of Life

Middle Pillar at Abyss

Magical Powers and Mystical States

The Ordeal of the Abyss

Transcendental Morality

Detachment

Psychological Attributions

Gnosis

Magical Formulae (Atziluthic Words
of Power)

Destaphiton


Colour Scales

King

Lavender

Queen

Gray-White

Prince

Pure Violet

Princess

Gray, Flecked Gold


Atziluthic and Briatic Names

Divine Name in Assiah

YHVH ALHYM 112

Assiah

Element (with Planetary Ruler)

Air

Qliphotic Princes and Princes of
Darkness

Choronzon

King of Edom

BLO 102

Dukes of Edom in Daath

TMVO 125, OLVH 111, YThTh 810

Egyptian Gods

Thoth

Scandinavian Gods of Daath

Ymir

Assyria Gods of Daath

Apsu


Magical Correspondences

Magical Weapons

Chain; Sanctum Sanctorum

Magical Formulae

NOX


The Revolution of AHYH in Briah

HYHA

The Revolution of YHVH in Yetsirah

HYVH

The Revolution of ADNY in Assiah

ANDY

Grades of the Order (Traditional)

Babe of the Abyss

The Grades of the Order (Modern)

Babe of the Abyss


Astrology

Seven Chakras

Visuddha Closed

Anatomy

Pharyngeal Plexus

Summary
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Spiritual and Magical Power of Daath in Liber 777
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Daath, the false sephirah does not actually appear in the Tarot, but it is still relevant
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