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Girl finds magick drawings in her grandfathers attic.

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"I found an old notebook on top of an armoire that used to be in my grandparent's house. The date at the top is early 1975."

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Interesting start. I'd love to see the rest of the notebook though!
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Very Cool!

However, I notice when you use the Hexagram as a Key, Saturn does not line up, everything else does. As shown above, and also in a post i did a few days ago. The top point does line up with Daath(Sirius, Sothis, the Abyss, no number) which shares the same God aspect as Saturn. Daath - the hidden Sephira of knowledge. Is Emanated after Binah(Saturn).

If you were to take the Hex Key and slide it up towards the Supernal Triangle to Physically include Saturn.
These would be the correspondences:

Top: The Primordial Point, Top Left: Saturn, Top Right: The Sphere of the Zodiac. <-- Supernal Triad. Center: Daath, Bottom left: Mars, Bottom Right: Jupiter, Bottom point: The Sun.

Here you begin with Atziluth, pass through Briah, and descend part way into Yetzirah. As opposed to the key in the center of the Tree, which only includes the six Sephiroth of Yetzirah.

Also, if you look at the Hexagram as being divided into 3 columns as the Tree. Then the left points represent Severity(Form), the middle Consciousness, or equilibrium(force and form), and Mercy on the right(Force).

These are just a few observations i made,
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When I saw this thread I honestly thought you were going to say the pictures came to life. Now that would be a good thread.

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Aside from being so neat, this actually looks very similar to my own primary notebook (the first half of it).

These look like a lot of correspondences, and you could pull up the same images in any google search.

Wish I were smart enough to think ahead and use rulers for all my drawings. I have very poor handwriting.
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These are frickin' gorgeous! Why didn't you decide to put 'em in the Visual Art category? Beautimous! Needless to say, thanks for sharing [thumbup]

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