בלפגר - BELPHEGOR (BLPGR) - 18 = 9. Hematria - 315

Beth, Lamed, Pe, Gimel, Resh - Mercury, Libra, Mars, Moon, Sun - House, Bull, Mouth, Camel, Head - Tarot Arcane Thoth - Lust, Power

Beth - Active and graceful. Masculine energy.

Lamed - Well built, feminine energy

Pe - Passionate, strong, determined, feminine

Gimel - Gray. Beautiful, but fickle. Feminine energy. Face is rounded, the body is quite full.

Resh - Proud and commanding, courageous energy.

Benevolence, nobility, forgiveness, remorse, gratitude, healing, generosity, generosity

Mars, Sun, Mercury as planets’ rulers

Mars - day of the week Tuesday, patron of warriors, metal iron

Sun - day of week Sunday, patron of life, metal gold

Mercury - Day of the week Wednesday, patronizes trade, metal mercury

Belfegor’s simple number. Recommended meditation on the inverted Pi, the letter is taken from the Voynich manuscript

Symbolism of the House - The house is both a dwelling, a structure intended for religious purposes, a work of art, and a magical protection against the demonic forces of chaos.

Not only does the house represent the world, but it is itself a world in which man finds himself like the creator of the cosmos. If the construction of a house is a symbolic reproduction of the creation of the universe, the house, its space, its interior and exterior decorations are saturated with symbolic meanings that require a certain technique of reading and interpretation. Without going into detail and the methodological problems of interpreting symbols, let us try to give the most general example related to the external form of the house, with its contours. These contours, reproduced in the first drawings of children, can be expressed graphically in the form of a square with a triangle resting on its upper side. If the square is the traditional symbol of the earth as an element, and the triangle with the top facing upwards is a symbol of the sky, then in general the house symbolizes the connection of the earth and the sky. This same figure corresponds to the Pythagorean Tetraxis, a perfect geometric figure representing the entire manifested cosmos. A related “heavenly” symbolism has and attic. Sometimes this is emphasized by placing on the facade or at the end of the attic characteristic decorative elements, sometimes - the fact that the attic window is given a circle shape. In general, this geometry expresses a pretty clear idea of the sun in the zenith. The roof ridge, even if the decorative figure of a horse is absent, also represents the sun in the zenith (as is known, the horse in many Indo-European peoples was identified with the sun, and the construction term “ridge” dates back to this identification). If the roof and the attic correspond to the heavenly world, the cellar is the symbolic equivalent of the underworld. It is the world of the innermost, the world of ancestors, the world in which the “house man” rules. It is a peripheral zone of the home space, with its inherent negative meanings generated by the fact that the zone is not fully mastered, and therefore it is controlled not so much by man as by an unclean force. Despite the fact that the bogie is the keeper of the hearth, home space, that is a force for a generally benign influence, the basement, “underground” is associated with darkness, is open to chaos and is more vulnerable to invasion of demonic forces


The symbolism of the bull - the symbolism of the bull is associated with a powerful life force, providing creation, creation at various levels. This power is associated with the emergence of all things (supreme gods-creators, Father Sky), power over the elements (thunder gods, leading the pantheons of gods), fertility (moon gods), and power over the human world (sun gods).

Any deity during the ancient civilizations of the 3rd-2nd millennia BC could have an image of a bull or have attributes associated with it - bull’s horns, a bull’s head, etc. Man-bulls, Minotaur-type monsters appear, symbolizing the power of material nature over man. Bulls are sacrificed to the gods (hecatomb), their blood not only carries the strength and rage of the animal, but is also seen as a means of purification and renewal (tavroboli). Games with bulls, reproducing the motif of taming a bull, have the character of initiation, initiatory trials (tavromakhia). The bull’s rage, its savagery, is an epithet for the gods of war, military frenzy, the spirit of battle, necessary for victory. The supreme god, demiurge and forefather of West Semitic mythology, Ilu, was called a bull and represented the fruiting beginning. Adad, Ramman and Baal, the solar gods of fertility, storm and thunder, rode bulls and were called "bulls of heaven.

The bull was especially revered primarily as a symbol of natural productive forces, fertility, abundance and prosperity. He was perceived as the ancestor of the race, and usually the strongest human race associated its origin with him. Bull’s horns were often attached to the roofs of sanctuaries and altars, they served as an element of peculiar sacred decorations. They could also be a symbol of a male deity whose anthropomorphic images did not exist. Probably the custom of preserving animal skulls and horns was connected with the sacrificial ritual. Images of bulls or their horns served as embodied incantations designed to ensure the abundance of agricultural products and herds. Of course, myths were also associated with them, which remain unknown to us.

Close to the bull - in terms of its mythological role - the image of the buffalo is visually distinguished primarily by the wide spread of large, curved horns. The buffalo’s horns with twelve annual rings are the headdress of the supreme god and the great goddess. In addition, the horns are depicted on the trunk beneath the crown of the world tree, the ashwattha.

Camel Symbolism - Images of camels are present on some coats of arms and flags of cities and regions, but the camel is not a heraldic figure. The camel is the symbol and emblem of Asia and Arabia, a symbol of royalty and dignity, vitality and endurance. In Asian countries it represents not only royalty, nobility, but also arrogance and haughtiness. A bronze censer is kept in the State Hermitage Museum. It consists of a conical tray to which a round bowl is soldered. In the center of the bowl there are two figures of two-humped camels with their heads toward each other. Their humps are hollow. These are cartridges for wicks. Around the camels, around the perimeter of the bowl, are several sculptures of tigers. The two-humped camel, a bactrian (Camelus bactrianis), is depicted on the incense bowl. The greatness, intimidating features of the animal (strength, anger) and its sharpness are particularly emphasized. It symbolizes the cosmos. Images of two camels are placed in its center, on the “world axis”. Four streams of smoke from the four wicks attached to the hump, penetrated the bodies of animals and rise upwards. Given the general symbolism of the smokers, it can be assumed that the four humps of the camels were associated with the west-east, north-south and the four planetary lights at the ends of the earth. The camels were then implied to be as huge as the world and took on cosmic significance. We encountered a mythopoetic understanding of the image of the camel.

The term uštra ‘camel’ is contained in the name of the prophet Zarathushtra, the founder of Zoroastrianism. It is most likely that his name means “the one who leads the camels”, although other meanings have also been suggested. It is quite possible that the root uštr is also hidden in the name of the Midian king Kiaksar, who committed a bloody massacre against the Saka leaders. It is believed that it can be compared with one of the names of the solar god of Avesta (Veretragna), among whose incarnations was a camel.

Veretragna (the murderer of Vritra) is a figurative embodiment of the epithet of the solar god - the thunderer. His name reflects the archaic common Indo-European myth of the thunderer who kills the serpent, restraining the productive forces of the earth and water. In Indo-European mythologies, including Rigveda and Avesta, this myth has many variations (myths), in which with different composition of participants and on different occasions the same plot of the struggle of the hero against the constraining evil (drought, snake, etc.), his victory over it and reigning after this victory of happiness and prosperity (rain, fertility of earth and cattle) is played. According to the universal scheme of this myth the cosmic phenomena and social events (for example, wars with enemies) were also comprehended. Any evil was evaluated as a certain cosmic disorder. Veretragna, a spiritualized epithet of the god who was the ruler of the cosmos, acquired a relatively narrow meaning over time. He was an image of the ideal military leader (leader, king). The king on earth represented the warrior-god.

Symbolism of the Head - The head symbolizes a holiday, the sun, the sky (in relation to the structure of the human body); order, the universe, microcosm; deity, the object of worship, difference, the basis (design) of the case, unity, independence, royalty, leadership, power, authority, spiritual sublimity; courage, fruitfulness, strength, courage, dominance, honor; virginity, spiritual life, manifestation of high spirit, striving for a noble act, prophecy; conception, illumination, knowledge, wisdom, reason, individuality… The severed head - in a number of legends retains the ability to think, to utter various prophecies, that is, to a greater or lesser extent, to act. For example, from the head of the Scandinavian god Mimir was born supreme god Odin. Beheading a hero, even an enemy, being buried in the ground at the gates of the fortress, or under the fortress walls, could contribute to the inviolability of the citadel. For many ancient peoples, the head of a slain enemy was seen as a kind of repository of strength and courage of the person to whom it belonged. That is why the Gauls and the Irish (Celts) had a custom to cut off the heads of enemy warriors killed in battle, and to hide them in order to become “possessors” of additional military abilities. Talking head - in myths and legends, a sign of Higher Providence, heavenly wisdom, prophecy, the Sun, fertility, storm, wind, immortal soul. The priests could turn to the buried heads of their slain enemies for advice, which was, in fact, an echo of the ancestor cult. One of the legends tells that when the ancient Romans, fortifying the foundations of the Jupiter Temple on the Capitoline Hill, accidentally dug a huge human skull out of the ground, the Aegean diviners declared that the find was a prophecy of the coming greatness of Rome, which was destined to become the "Head of the World. The three-headed gods symbolize the three kingdoms; the past, present and future; the three phases of the moon; the rising, noon and setting sun. This is how Serapis, Hecate and, sometimes, Cernunn are represented. Astral deities with multiple heads symbolize omniscience or multiple cycles or periods of development. An animal or monster holding a ring in its teeth is a guardian of the path. The heads, depicted as fountains, signify the power of speech and rest. In Celtic epic poetry, the head carries a solar meaning and signifies the deity, wisdom and power of the other world. A head crowning a column has a phallic meaning; a head with a phallus signifies fecundity and also has funerary and apotropaic meanings. The Celts traditionally unite the head and the phallus. Sometimes the god Cernunn is depicted as three-headed.

Description by the Thoth Tarot - Lust, Power
Ecstasy. Coitus

Places: Authorities, parliament, police station, Interior Ministry, FSB, EMERCOM, military headquarters, gymnasiums, firing ranges

Business: The card of all power, the combination of soul and spirit, active and passive, spiritual and material. The arcana of receiving money. Good partnerships, mutually beneficial contracts. Advocacy. Victory, willpower, deserved reward or praise. A high level of skill.

We have before us the most powerful of all the 12 zodiac cards, and it depicts the act of the original marriage union and sexuality. It is the card of the conjunction of the Gods with man.

The woman on the card is the conjunction of the sun and the moon to produce in human form a representative of the Creator. She is riding the Beast, the passion and connection between the two is the reins in her left hand. In her right hand she raises high the cup, the Holy Grail, blazing with love and death. It is both divine intoxication and ecstasy. These energies have a primal, creative character. The muzzle of the beast is the countenance of the saints of all previous religions, and the saints whose entire life is gathered in the Holy Grail.

Archetype: Lust is the gateway to the second ten of the senior arcana, beyond which the evolution begins… The search for mere pleasures, or life by logic alone leads to weakness and irrationality. The arcana speaks of the taming of animal nature, when aspirations find their way out. But not by suppressing the instincts, not by fighting them, but by accepting and realizing that the proverbial “dark forces” are within ourselves, not in other people, in heaven or hell. Learn to control them…For starters, don’t forget your body’s needs, understand what it wants, accept your fantasies and try to meet its demands. And then it will be easier to overcome doubts and fears. You will gain more confidence and find a contact with your subconscious. Manage it is impossible, but the subconscious will give the best advice on how to live further. It will help to reveal the abilities and talents not shown, to become whole. That is to unite body, soul and mind and live a long and happy life. Do not deny yourself, but recognize and use all the reserves.

2 - Air

30 - Heaven

80 - Earth

3 - Water

200 - Earth (Planet) - the way to Venus.

Parsing the Tarot of Waite - falling mostly female suits. Arcane Justice - its image is Judge. Man answers on his own merits, direct meaning. By dop.funktsii in addition to the military in the tarot dropped - money, finance, sponsorship, love, rebirth, transformation. Arkan Devil - corruption, addiction, contractual work, as the contract is also a certain bond. Arcane Peace - balanced state, merging of masculine and feminine, harmony, passing through all stages of development

What has fallen out, according to the list: Who is he in Spirit? - Peace, Empress.

His main functions are Moderation, Death, Devil, King of Pentacles, inverted Power, Lovers