Hebrew Language of Creation: Hebrew Letter Gimel | High Priestess Card | Da’ath and Gnosis



Ghimel is the 3rd principle which arises to resolve and harmonize these opposites. Ghimel links and balances between the Aleph and Beith. It is a dynamic balance between opposing powers, so Ghimel is a letter of constant transformation, change and motion, and translates literally as camel, an animal we associate with motion and travel between faraway places. Ghimel includes the opposites of both giving and receiving, and reward and punishment, creating balance and motion between these opposites.

Ghimel resolves the giver and receiver (Aleph and Beith), so it represents giving and receiving. It represents kindness and cultivation, the organic nurturance that causes things to grow also means giving and the leg of the Ghimel is said to represent the rich man running to give charity to the poor. It signifies the Creator’s eternal benevolence to all creation, manifested with abundant life and prosperity.

The Ghimel also represents reward and punishment. The word represents the giving of both reward and punishment. The laws of the created world are based on the rule of judgment blessings are able to flow to those who do good, while wrongdoing blocks the receipt of goodness and abundance. Thus both kindness and justice are maintained in balance.


High Priestess Card

The High Priestess sits on a throne in front of two pillars, Jacin and Boaz. She sets her feet upon a crescent moon symbolizing the occult or hidden knowledge and overcomingRWS_Tarot_02_High_Priestess.jpg human emotions. The orb of the world sits upon her head representing Daath, the sign of chaos  lies against her heart , and a scroll with the letters of TORA on her lap. She is the mother of children. She reigns over the light of inspiration drawn from the right side of the brain. When she has completed her task, she gives birth to Gnosis.

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