ABRACADABRA

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The magic is based on the judicious and wise use of three main sources of generation: the sign, the symbol, the verb

The sign can be interpreted as the possibility of use of channeling to the direction of energy, which thanks to certain physical positions is achieved, as in the case of Asana (In the field of yoga, is called āsana each of different ‘positions’ aimed to act on the body and mind.), where specific movements favorably impact metabolic behavior, through stimulation of glands, nerves, and sensitive areas of the body, redirecting the flow , blood flow and other moods, seeking to create certain effects.

The inherent symbol is understandable when considering that the symbol is a representation of condensed information , which acts as a trigger for it , through its projection , marking or visualization . It is a kind of portal that allows the flow of stored energy after its allegorical form , and including in most cases an important egregore load.

The verb is perhaps the most powerful source of creation and transformation. His sound form is just one aspect, from its artistic manifestations like the song, to its more practical applications such as speech, has always been an object of study and analysis because of its great importance.

Do not forget that the verb is pure vibration.

Under the magic spectrum formulas combine certain vibrations through which certain undesirable effects may occur. These formulations, more or less simple and more or less hidden, they are sometimes called “magic words”. And some of these enigmatic words in origin is ABRACADABRA (Cabalistic word to which magical properties were attributed; whole was written in one line below which, in ten rows, each time you wrote a letter less, so that the final set forming a triangle)

No one has succeeded in discovering the true origin of ABRACADABRA. There are only hypotheses, more or less reliable, their origin and meaning. From what we can be sure of is that this is an incredibly ancient word.

The first known mention of the word was in the third century AD in a book called Liber Medicinalis (sometimes known as De Medicina Praecepta Saluberrima) by Quintus Serenus Sammonicus, physician to the Roman emperor Caracalla, who in chapter 51 prescribed that malaria sufferers wear an amulet containing the word written in the form of a triangle

The power of the amulet, he explained, makes lethal diseases go away. Other Roman emperors, including Geta and Alexander Severus, were followers of the medical teachings of Serenus Sammonicus and may have used the incantation as well.

The most obvious possibility, and therefore the most defended by the linguistic orthodoxy, is the Hebrew Aberah KeDabar, which literally means “think as I speak.” The term does not refer to faith, at least not directly; but the act of “creating” and not “believe”; as Jehovah created the universe by the word put into action.

Another equally valid option on the etymology of ABRACADABRA is Aramaic Avrah Kahdabra, “I think as I speak”; whose sources are identical to the previous one, ie God, who reunites in all that is and could be, throwing out towards the concrete, the subject of his thoughts.

Aramaic also offers a similar conformation, Avada Kedavra, “that what is destroyed”; indicating the possibility that ABRACADABRA was, after all, to eliminate a simple spell ailments.

Already in his role as magic word ABRACADABRA was remarkably popular among the Gnostics, who always had a strong affinity for the morphological symmetry. The word ABRACADABRA He believed-could cure all kinds of diseases. For this is the writing on a blank parchment as follows:

A B R A C A D A B R A

A B R A C A D A B R

A B R A C A D A B

A B R A C A D A

A B R A C A D

A B R A C A

A B R A C

A B R A

A B R

A B

A

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 The Gnostics explained that the letter A represents unity and action. A bound to the letter B represents the binary matrix. The R is the union of the two initial principles; and so on to explain all the symbolism of ABRACADABRA, but not its meaning.

Other numbers valid and cabalistic for the interpretation of ABRACADABRA is 11 which is the total of the letters that form the word; and 66, the total of the letters that make up the magic triangle.

There is a countless number of attributes associated with the word ABRACADABRA and interpretations, explanations, conjectures and hypotheses about its origin and meaning. The truth is that the word has survived the passage of the witch hunters, inquisitorial libels, and religious convictions. The success of his persistence in language perhaps be because manifests a sound that wakes no pictures of any kind. Their mere mention does not refer to landscapes, emotions, colors, sounds, constellations, nothing that ultimately what we can cling.

Maybe that’s why the word ABRACADABRA has been fully retained by the common language of children, from generation to generation since time immemorial as if behind this word had hidden a great secret of great importance.

The invalidity of images and emotions from the case ABRACADABRA is because the term refers to a time when nothing existed; and whose shape announces the appearance of an amazing effect either a magic trick performed by a magician or early onset of the universe from the mind of the creator.

Followers of Thelema ((Aleister Crowley) Thelma is a philosophical law which has been adopted as a central tenet by some religious organizations. The law of Thelema is “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the law, love under will.”), consider the word “Abrahadabra” Aeon formula (was) today. In his essay “Gematria” Crowley hints that discovered its meaning and correct pronunciation with Qabalistic methods.

Abracadabra has served and still serves as one of the passwords used by those initiated into some secret societies. There are novels, movies and songs inspired by the charm that generates the strange word Abracadabra. It must be true sentence which reads that “the world is sustained by the mystery” … ABRACADABRA.

This article was written by Psalm Triginta

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