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Term: Hod

DEFINITIONS

Hod:

Also spelled Hode

The eighth sephirah on the Tree of Life, Splendor, Renown. Located at the base of the Pillar of Form and Severity.

In Atziluth, the World or Origins, it is the Feminine Divine Power in each person.

Name of God: Elohim Tzabaoth

Archangel: Raphael

Angelic Host: Beni Elohim

Astrological Correspondence: Mercury

Body: left hip

Colors:

Consciousness: the Intellect as part of Ruach, (the Conscious Self)

Element: Water

Magical Image: a warrior hermaphrodite

Symbol: the caduceus

Tarot: The four Eights

In Briah, the World of Creation:

Archangel: Raphael –

Conscience, the sense of right and wrong.

The mind as an instrument.

Learning from injury.

Healing

In Yetzirah  the World of Formation:

Angelic Host: Beni Elohim –

First Awareness of Divinity.

Temptation

 In Assiah, the World of Expression:

Astrological Correspondence: Mercury

Intelligence as adaptability to the environment.

Cunning.

Instruction: the Hermetic Path

Rites & Rituals

Occult Texts

Both sexes in one person, searching for one another.

Mind as complement to Soul. 

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