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# The Divine or Spiritual World

The Transcendent World

## Matrix of the Divine World

Numeric approach

### The three numeric attributes of the Divine or Spiritual world

Let's apply the analogical method to the first three numbers :

UnityPolarityTernary
UnityUnity in UnityPolarity in UnityTernary in Unity
PolarityUnity in PolarityPolarity in PolarityTernary in Polarity
TernaryUnity in TernaryPolarity in TernaryTernary in Ternary

Let's try to establish geometrically the links between these first three numbers :

UnityPolarityTernary
Unity
Polarity
Ternary

These geometric symbols illustrate how the concepts of unity, polarity and ternary intertwine.

### Pointed Circle

Represents divine unity, symbolizing the wholeness and unity of God.

### Vesica Piscis

Symbolizes polarity, the duality of masculine and feminine.

### Triquetra

Represents the Christian trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, showing three interconnected aspects.

### 4-pointed cross

Symbolizes polarity, often used to represent the four directions or elements.

### Powers of 2

Symbolizes growth and multiplication, such as cell division or a family tree.

### Triangle from Vesica Piscis

Symbolizes harmony and balance, emerging from duality.

### Tetrahedron

Represents a three-dimensional trinity, symbolizing the fundamental structure of reality.

### Hexagram

Formed by two inverted triangles, representing balance and harmony between two poles.

### Powers of 3

Powers of 3: Symbolizing trinity, progression and multiplication by three.

## Keywords of the Spiritual World

Semantic Fields

What our intelligence desires in the contemplation of the Trinity is to find other terms that are suitable, if not exclusively, at least especially for each of the divine persons, and this is the goal of our present section.

So If you are not a believer, you can replace the Divine World with its human equivalent: the Spritual World, or choose to name God, the Archetype, the Source, the Principle, the Beginning. But the most universal idea applying to the number 1 is above all the idea of unity, monad, or first cause. It is the archetypal center of Creation, formless and dimensionless, therefore indivisible, and therefore the only image that can be given to the Creator.

« When thought rises to the contemplation of the Divine Being, the first idea that presents itself is that of unity; unity is the special character of God. » - PFG Lacuria
Numbers Pytha Plato Circle Qualities
Number 1 Monad Truth Center Unity
Number 3 Triad Beauty Circle Harmony

The keywords from Pythagoras

Pythagoras said that the great Monad acts as a creative Dyad. From the moment God manifests, he is double; indivisible essence and divisible substance; active, animating masculine principle, and passive feminine principle or animated plastic matter. The Dyad thus represented the union of the Eternal-Masculine and the Eternal-Feminine in God, the two essential and corresponding divine faculties.
« The Monad represents God's essence, the Dyad his generative and reproductive faculty. The Dyad generates the world, God's visible fulfillment in space and time. But the real world is threefold. For just as man is made up of three distinct but interrelated elements: body, soul and spirit, so the universe is divided into three concentric spheres: the natural world, the human world and the divine world. The Triad or law of the ternary is therefore the constitutive law of things and the true key to life. For it can be found at every level of the ladder of life, from the constitution of the organic cell, through the physiological constitution of the animal body, the functioning of the blood and cerebro-spinal systems, to the hyperphysical constitution of man, the universe and God. In this way, it magically opens up the inner structure of the universe to the astonished mind, showing the infinite correspondences between macrocosm and microcosm. It acts like a light that passes through things to make them transparent, and makes worlds great and small glow like so many magic lanterns.»
- Edouard Schuré ~ The great Initiates  -

### The Truth ~ The Good ~ The Beauty

The Ideas from Plato

What are Ideas? They are eternal principles, archetypes, powers that work to form and shape the universe and that we assimilate to the Divine World.

This is the root that founds me in the world of ideas and which, immersed in the sensible, engenders the person I am?. For our real identity is none other than our origin.
Numbers Number 1 Number 2 Number 3
Plato The True The Good The Beautiful
Qualities of Circle Unity Equality Harmony
Qualities of Spirit Strength Love Wisdom
Subtle Bodies Atmic Buddhic or Christic Causal
Spiritual Laws Law of Unity Law of Polarity Ternary Law

We begin our quest with a fundamentally simple idea, the purest and most essential of all, since it is indivisible: the idea of numerical unity. This idea, universally recognized and expressed by the word "one" or its equivalent in all languages, is proclaimed by all dictionaries to be the basic principle of numbers.

From this idea, we move on to geometry. We demonstrate that all geometrical notions, which express the various modifications of expanse, are in reality nothing more than transformations of number.

At the same time, we identify and highlight the nine elementary ideas that make up numeration, or the foundations of this science.

### Unity ~ Equality ~ Harmony

The keywords from Circle

« Unity is in the Father, equality in the Son, harmony of unity and equality in the Holy Spirit. These three things are one because of the Father, equal because of the Son, related because of the Holy Spirit. » - PFG Lacuria

### Pater ~ Filius ~ Spiritus Sanctus

Christian keywords

Papus, who was one of the first translators of the Sepher Yetsirah in 1888, teaches us in his Elementary Treatise on the Occult Sciences that in the Kabbalah :

« We call Father the divine principle that acts on the general course of the Universe, Son the principle in action in Humanity, and Holy Spirit the principle in action in Nature. »
Numbers The 3 Persons Attributes Qualities
Number 1 The Father Vita (Life) Strength
Number 2 The Son Verbum (Word) Love
Number 3 The Holy Spirit Lux (Light) Wisdom

### Vita ~ Verbum ~ Lux

For PFG Lacuria in The Harmonies of Being Expressed by Numbers:

« These three words seem to apply to divine personalities, for one of them, Verbum, is recognized by the Church as the proper name of the Son. The Holy Spirit manifested Himself as light by descending upon the apostles in tongues of fire. There remains life to characterize the Father, and, in any case, this denomination suits him. »

### Strength ~ Love ~ Wisdom

The attributes of Spirit

« For it is not a spirit of timidity that God has given us, but a spirit of power, love and wisdom. »
- 2Timothy 1:7 -

Man, therefore, manifests himself as a thinking, feeling and acting being; he thinks with his intellect, he feels with his heart, he acts with his will.

The ideal of the intellect is wisdom, that of the heart is love, and that of the will is power.

Power, love and wisdom are the three attributes by which the Divinity is defined. Power, love and wisdom are the true trinity.

When the Christian religion presents the Trinity as the mystery of one God in three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), in reality it is the three forms in which the Divinity is manifested: the Father is Power (Life), the Son is Love (Heat), and the Holy Spirit is Wisdom (Light).

## Tree of the Divine World

Semantic Fields of Divine World

The Father

The Father represents the ultimate source of all existence, known by various names that reflect his infinite nature. These include The Eternal, emphasizing his timeless existence; The Most High, indicating his supreme authority; and The Almighty, highlighting his limitless power. The Father's attributes are unity, power, and life, each expressing his divine essence. As the Creator, the Father brought forth the fundamental elements of our reality: time, space, and energy, establishing the framework within which all things exist.

The Son

The diagram focuses on the concept of "The Son" and breaks it down into three main aspects: "The Christ," "The Way," and "The Word." Each aspect is further divided into three components. "The Christ" is associated with "Mystic (Inside)," emphasizing the internal and mystical experience of Christ; "Human (Jésus)," highlighting Jesus as a historical and human figure; and "Cosmic (Word)," referring to the cosmic and universal dimension of Christ. "The Way" includes "The Path," symbolizing the journey or direction one must follow; "The Truth," indicating the ultimate truth that one seeks; and "The Life," representing the life that is aligned with this spiritual journey. "The Word" encompasses "The Logos," which is the divine reason or plan; "The Word," focusing on the spoken or written word; and "Te Radius," which could symbolize a spiritual or cosmic radius extending from the divine center.

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit completes the divine Trinity with attributes such as strength, love, and wisdom, essential for spiritual transformation and support. Symbolized by the Sun, the Holy Spirit illuminates, warms, and moves, representing the light of truth, the warmth of divine love, and the vital energy that animates all creation. Finally, elements like fire, air, and water are manifestations of the Holy Spirit in the natural world, showing his continuous presence and active power in every aspect of our existence.

DIVINE WORLD
THE FATHER
GOD'S NAMES
The Eternal
The Most High
Almighty
ATTRIBUTES
Unity
Power
Life
CREATOR OF
Time
Space
Energy
THE SON
THE CHRIST
Mystic (Inside)
Human (Jésus)
Cosmic (Word)
THE WAY
The Path
The Truth
The Life
THE WORD
The Logos
The Word
THE HOLY SPIRIT
ATTRIBUTES
Strength
Love
Wisdom
THE SUN
Light
Heat
Movements
THE ELEMENTS
Fire
Air
Water

## Tree of the Spiritual World

Semantic Fields of Spiritual World

### God and Divine Unity

The concept of God in this diagram is associated with terms such as "The Master," "The Father," and "The Creator." These terms highlight different aspects of divinity within the spiritual context. "The Master" refers to the supreme authority and divine wisdom, guiding the universe and its creatures. "The Father" emphasizes the nurturing and protective nature of God, a paternal figure for humanity. Lastly, "The Creator" underscores the creative aspect of God, the origin of all existence and the universe. Together, these terms encapsulate the vision of God as the unifying and omnipotent entity of both spiritual and physical reality.

### Individual and Spiritual Autonomy

The individual, marked by the terms "Unicity," "Autonomy," and "Integration," represents the uniqueness and autonomy of each being within the spiritual framework. "Unicity" refers to the uniqueness of each individual, highlighting that every person is a distinct and irreplaceable entity. "Autonomy" emphasizes the independence and the ability of each individual to make decisions and shape their own spiritual destiny. "Integration" highlights the importance of integrating the individual into a greater whole, finding a balance between individuality and connection with the universe and other beings.

### Universe and Cosmic Units

The universe is represented by the terms "Cell" (animal unity), "Seed" (vegetal unity), and "Atom" (mineral unity), illustrating the different forms of unity present in the cosmos. "Cell" symbolizes animal unity, representing the complexity and organization of animal life forms. "Seed" refers to vegetal unity, highlighting the potentiality and growth of plants. "Atom" represents mineral unity, the smallest unit of matter, fundamental to the structure of the universe. These terms show how the universe is composed of different forms of unity, each playing a crucial role in the overall harmony and functioning of the cosmos. They illustrate the diversity and interconnectedness of the elements that make up the universe, each unit contributing to the totality of existence.

SPIRITUAL WORLD
THE UNITY
GOD
The Master
The Father
The Creator
INDIVIDUAL (*)
Unicity
Autonomy
Integration
UNIVERSE (**)
Cell (animal unity)
Seed (vegetal unity)
Atom (mineral unity)
DUALITY
DIVISION
Diameter
4-pointed-Cross
6-pointed-Cross
POLARIZATION
Yin/Yang
Body
Basic interactions
Vesica Piscis
Seed of Life
Flower of Life
TERNARY
TRINITY
Egyptian
Christian
Trimurti Hindu
TERNARY LAW
Ternary Time
Ternary Space
Ternary Energy
TRIANGLE
Equilateral
Rectangle
Others

## Level 4 of the Spiritual Tree

Entering 4D thinking

The choice of first-level items is fundamental, since all the others are derived from them.

Initially, we associated the first three numbers with the three Persons of the Trinity.

Then, as a second step, we opted for a purely numerical approach.

The latter proved more fruitful than the former in defining the terms of level 4. However, it does not yet appear to be totally relevant

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