The Harmonic Kabbalah

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  1. Aria

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    "...There is an universal, cosmogenetic Code embodying and expressing
    every permutation of Divine Emanation effected throughout the Cosmos
    via electromagnetic radiation. The Code is binary, harmonic and
    perfectly Logical. It is a Vinculum bridging and uniting all sciences
    and all religions. It functions like a fractal and an hologram; a small
    part contains All It's parts and, rightly applied, connects,
    synchronizes and functions directly and dynamically with the All
    embedded and latent within all. Furthermore, being harmonic in Nature,
    the Code can be translated into pure light and sound. That Code is the
    Tzolkin, or Mayan Sacred Calendar.

    The de Cygne Music Group/DMG translated the Tzolkin into sound. After
    discerning how the permutations of the Kabbalah's Sefer Yetsirah are
    embedded and interwoven in the Code, DMG harmonically translated the 22
    Hebrew letters. Immediately, DMG harmonically translated the Ten
    Sephirot and 22 Paths of the Kabbalah's Tree of Life, presenting them
    in their product "Regeneration." Inspired, DMG then approached
    harmonically translating the 72 Names of God, or the collective
    Emanation of the Shem Ha Mephorash. Now, using the Harmonic Kabbalah:
    I (Aleph, ver. 1.5), you can experience the Light giving Power of the
    72 Names of God directly, in the form of pure, harmonic Energy..."

    The Harmonic Kabbalah: Harmonic Translations of the 72 Names of God
    (Aleph, ver. 1.5)

    Aria, Aug 8, 2005
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