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The Twenty-First Names

#1 Postby Tau Malachi » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:21 am

The Twenty-First Names

The Twenty-First Name of Gevurot: Nun-Lamed-Kaf

There is, indeed, no such thing as “eternal damnation,” but rather the plight of souls in the ignorance is bondage to the gilgulim – potentially endless rounds of birth, life, ageing, illness and death, and in the in-betweens of the afterlife, there are various realms, worlds and universes that souls may experience, heavens and hells, and all manner of realms of worlds in-between. Although there is no eternal damnation, for all states of being in the Realm of Perud are impermanent, this bondage of the soul to the gilgulim, the dominion of the demiurge and archons, is potentially without end – for such is the nature of the mind, consciousness or soul, it can generate endless energetic displays, rather like dreams, and these radiant displays become the realities of the soul’s experience, whether heavenly and glorious, darkly splendid, or something admixed and in-between, such as the reality of this world.

In this respect, though the idea of eternal damnation is false, nevertheless there is a deep need for salvation and the Savior, the Messiah, and we have every reason to seek the enlightenment and liberation of the mind or soul-stream, for while there are passing pleasures, the unenlightened condition is pervaded with sorrow and suffering – immeasurable suffering. When we are not deceived by the temporal and passing pleasures, even those of the seven heavens which are not eternal, and we look and see the sorrow and suffering that plagues beings throughout sentient existence – a suffering that, in effect, can go on forever, we will have zeal for our reintegration with the Light Continuum (Yahweh), zeal for the salvation of the soul, enlightenment and liberation.

The deception of passing pleasures, however, is a great and powerful klippah – as it has been written in the Holy Scriptures, “The wages of sin are death,” which is to say that bound up in self-cherishing, egotism, and our egoistic desires, we are bound to the gilgulim and rush to our destruction – again, and again, and again. If we want the scales to fall off our eyes so that we can look and see where our selfish desires carry us – to look and see that they carry us where we do not want to go, then calling upon this Holy Name of God, through the blessings and grace of God in it, we will look and see, and we will remember; this Name breaks the spell of forgetfulness, the grand illusion or enchantment of egoistic desires that end in suffering and death.

This Holy Name reveals the truth of impermanence, and it reveals what the preacher teaches us in Ecclesiastes – “all is vanity under the sun”: yet, it also invokes a glimpse, a holy remembrance, of the Supernal World, of the Pleroma of Light, the eternal realm. In this Holy Name we may glimpse the reality of the resurrection and ascension – eternal life as given to us in Yeshua Messiah. Thus, dispelling the delusion of false desires and pleasure seeking, it invokes our cause for spiritual hope – the hope of the Great Exodus, the Great Liberation.

Now, in the Book of Exodus, the Holy One delivers the children of Israel by power – the power of Gevurah-Severity, and we witness Ten Plagues, corresponding to the shattering of the klippot that would attempt to bind and encrust the Holy Sefirot; according to the Mekubalim, in this Name of God is the power to invoke and banish plagues. As an example, when Navi Eliyahu was called to invoke a draught in the Holy Land, and the plagues that came with it, according to the masters of the tradition this is one of the Holy Names he called upon, and likewise, when bringing it to an end, this was among the Names invoked; there is great power of Gevurah in this Name – it corresponds to the powers in the sixth heaven of Makom.

The purpose of this Holy Name, of course, as reflected in the story of the exodus, and the story of Elijah, is for the sake of liberation from great darkness and evil – an invocation for the shattering of the dominion of powerful klippot and restoring the Divine Order; although it may initiate and conclude movement of the Judgment, the intention of the Judgment is Mercy, uplifting and restoring holy sparks to God, the True Light.

There is also special power in this Holy Name for spiritual assistance to those who have died – if and when a soul has become earth-bound, or has become bound up in a shadowy in-between, if a navi or wonderworker calls upon this Name of God on their behalf they may be delivered from their bondage to that state, set free to move on and blessed in their journey.

Likewise, at times this Holy Name has been called upon to heal serious chronic or terminal illness, restoring the quality and length of life.

When we are seeking a radical spiritual conversion or transformation, it can also be used to invoke the experience of mystical death – but if called upon for this purpose, a person must be ready and willing to the experience of this cessation; it is an invocation of a swift burn of negative karma and in the midst of it, a flashing forth of Divine Grace liberating.

In this, perhaps, you may gain insight into this Holy Name.

A Holy Meditation with the Name: Becoming Sober

In truth, often times, we do not look and see where our egoistic desires carry us, and we can become intoxicated with our desires, our lust and greed and pleasure seeking. This is especially true in the Generation Stage and the transition into the Fruition Stage, for receiving the Divine Light from above and awakening the Serpent Power we meet the full force of our desire-energy; we experience even greater levels of desire, and if self-cherishing remains strong, it can be extremely intoxicating – many of the would-be “gurus” that have come among us, and their behaviors surrounding issues of desire and power, reflect this very well.

If we find ourselves becoming too bound up with desire-energy or falling into intoxication with egoistic desires, we may call upon this Name to restore our sobriety.

First, reflect upon what you have been doing and meditate upon impermanence – meditate upon ageing, illness and death, and perhaps go out and walk in a cemetery, contemplating impermanence deeply, and opening your mind and heart to the Risen Messiah and the Most High; meditating upon impermanence and the gilgulim, remember yourself in the True Light and reintegrate yourself with the True Light, confessing, repenting, restoring yourself to the Sanctuary of Grace.

Cleave to the Messiah and Shekinah of Messiah, and call upon Ha-Shem, and pray for the empowerment to shake off your intoxication, and pray for all souls bound up in the gilgulim – pray for the awakening and liberation of all.

Then, intone the Shema in the traditional way, bringing all into the Holy Light of Yahweh Yeshua and binding your soul to Eheieh, perform the unification of El into Elohim:


Then, bowing down, intone the Holy Name: Nu-La-Ka

When you rise up, be arisen in Hayyah Yeshua – there, bowed down, the Ruach Elohim will speak to you, and Ruach Ha-Kodesh will lift you up, and lifting you up she will restore you to the Holy Remembrance of the Divine I Am.

In union with the Risen Messiah and Shekinah of Messiah, perform a Holy Wedding Feast on behalf of all beings, and give praise and glory to Elohim for your deliverance from bondage.

This is the practice.

The seal of this practice is to walk in beauty and holiness, as Adonai walked among us, and to take up good works – acts of loving-kindness, acts of charity.

A Meditation among the Navim: Giving Relief

The ordeals of initiate are well known among initiates – experiencing the Gnostic and Light Transmission our shades and shadows are exposed, and as we receive the influx of Divine Light and awaken the Divine Power in us, as much as the amplification of the good in us, so too is the darkness amplified, and the latent seeds of negative karma may be stimulated; this produces the ordeals of initiation, the ordeal of power.

When a holy tzaddik or navi sees a sacred friend struggling with ordeals of initiation, and they see that their friend is sincere in their faith, and they are called by the Holy Spirit and the Sacred Heart to help their dear friend, they may call upon this Holy Name to mitigate judgment and to negate something of the karmic continuum arising as the ordeal.

First they will pray, seeking to discern Ratzon Elyon and what is to be done for their spiritual companion; and then they will take up a continuum of generating merit for their sister or brother, praying on their behalf and making offerings on their behalf, dedicating the merit or positive energy generated to their friend, and they will invoke God’s mercy, crying out to Yahweh Elohim on behalf of their friend.

Having generated merit, they will seclude themselves, going into their holy sanctuary.

They will call upon The Name and the Divine Powers, and intone the Shema, and they will make offerings; and in Body of Light they will arise as Hayyah Yeshua, and they will perform a Holy Wedding Feast.

In the midst of the Holy Feast, proclaiming the mystery of redemption, and blessing and consecrating the bread and wine, they will bow down, and they will unify the Divine Names of the Pillar of Judgment with the Pillar of Mercy.

Then they will intone the Holy Name: Yo-Nu-Hey-La-Va-Ka-Hu; and holing their sacred friend in mind, they will intone: Nu-La-Ko

Having done this, when they speak in Ruach Ha-Kodesh as the Divine I Am, they will speak the release of sins or negative karma, standing in the Sanctuary of Grace, and as the Sanctuary of Grace.

Partaking of the bread and wine whatever is spoken is done.

Then they will pray for the deliverance of all spirits and souls from their bondage, and they will extend blessings and worship in the presence of Yahweh Elohim, giving praise and thanks for the mercy and grace of El in the Savior, the Spiritual Sun.

This is the practice.

Angels of the Name

Nemuel, Kamsviel and Ksinael are the holy angels of this Name. These are angels of wrath from the order of the Serafim, having knowledge of the plagues of Elohim in Makom and knowledge of the fates of souls remaining outside of the Sanctuary of Grace.

This concludes our sacred discourse on the Twenty-First Name of Gevurot – we give thanks to Yahweh Elohim for the blessing to speak of these mysteries and we pray to El for mercy upon all beings. We shall say, “Hallelu El – Praise God! Adonai, have mercy! Amen.”

The Twenty-First Name of Hasidim: Het-Mem-Mem

There are times when our emotions may become frozen up or blocked, or for one reason or another we cannot seem to make an appropriate emotional connection – specifically, we may find a severe obstruction to our devekut, our energized enthusiasm and passionate cleaving in worship, or we may find an aversion or fear arise to powerful emotions of joy and sorrow that come with the Sacred Heart and knowledge of Adonai.

When our emotions are not flowing correctly, or we find ourselves overwhelmed by emotions, or we are finding ourselves lacking in divine passion, or find ourselves overwhelmed by the wrong passions – calling upon this Holy Name we can receive the empowerment to restore the proper flow of emotions and restore divine passion.

The shortest verse in the Holy Bible reads, “Yeshua wept.” It occurs in the Gospel of St. John as Adonai Yeshua goes to raise St. Lazarus from the dead – it is a moment in which the Vision of Sorrow and Vision of Pure Joy are one and the same; and this Holy Name invokes this Pure Vision of Reality as It Is.

We see another moment of a powerful emotional moment with Adonai Yeshua in the Garden of Gethsemane just before the movement of the Passion and Crucifixion; there he prays to Abba that the cup of suffering might pass from him and, in deep emotional torment, he perspires blood as he struggles with the knowledge of his call, but nevertheless he prays, “Not my will, but Your Will be done.” According to the masters of the tradition, if and when we are struggling with powerful emotions and vital reactions to a call in the Spirit, invoking this Holy Name we may receive a blessing and empowerment to endure and fulfill our mission.

If we call upon this Holy Name seeking the mercy of El for the people with rivers of tears – whether tears of joy or tears of sorrow, by the power of this Name of God angels of mercy are formed in the upper firmament and are sent into the lower firmament in answer to our prayers; it is a Name that creates angels of mercy and peace in times of jubilation and times of tribulation.

Now, on a more esoteric level, according to the Holy Kabbalah, all waters flow forth from the Garden of Eden, and that is why there is purifying, healing and life-giving powers in them; they all have their root in that Holy River that divides to become the Four Sacred Rivers – and this Holy River flowing from the Garden of Eden is the same Holy River flowing in New Jerusalem. When an initiate seeks knowledge and understanding of this mystical secret, purifying and preparing themselves, and calling upon this Holy Name, Ruach Ha-Kodesh will reveal it to them if it is ordained by El Elyon.

In a similar way, calling upon this Name over the waters of baptism, those waters become as the Holy River in New Jerusalem – living waters of fluid flowing light, Light Transmission; two baptisms are invoked by this Name, of water and of Spirit.

This Name of also invoked in guardianship of the mysteries that are only communicated on, in or over water – speaking it, none but the one intended to hear the oral transmission can hear the voice of the holy tzaddik or apostle; their voice becomes as hashmal upon the waters.

Along a similar line, when a navi wishes to hear Hashmal, calling upon this Name and abiding in hitbodedut they will know and hear the Speaking Silence; it bears the power of invoking the Heavenly Voice.

A Meditation with the Name: Holy Tears

When the Spirit moves you and the Sacred Heart is present in you – whether with tears of sorrow or tears of joy; cleaving to Yeshua Messiah and the Shekinah of Messiah, bind your soul to the Middle Pillar, as to Adonai Yeshua Messiah, and intone:

Yo-Hey Yo-Hey-Va-Hey Yo-Hey-Shi-Va-Hey

Then intone the Holy Name: Ha-Mey-Mey (as in “May.”)

When you have done this, pray for the people according to your tears and your heart – you will be purified and sanctified, and your prayers will be powerful for the people and will be answered.

*A Holy Wedding Feast can be celebrated with this.

This is the practice.

Another Holy Meditation with the Name: Restoring Passion

Go out and bathe yourself in living waters.

Then, preparing yourself, go into your secret room and pray to Hayyah Abba.

Contemplate Adonai Yeshua weeping, beholding the Vision of Sorrow with the Sacred Heart, and meditate upon the Passion and Crucifixion; meditate upon Adonai Yeshua offering his life as a ransom of souls from the dominion of the demiurge and archons – remember the Savior.

Then, perform a union with Hayyah Yeshua, and before Adonai Messiah pray for empowerment of devekut and enter into union, whether unifying Adonai with you or you with Adonai, according to your capacity.

Then, in union, activate the Holy Name with the sacred chant:

Ya-Ha, Ya-Hi-Vo-Hu, Ah-Hi-Yo-Hu

Having done this, as Yeshua Messiah, bow down before Hayyah Abba, and intone:


Worship in the presence of Hayyah Abba, and let the Kodesh Lev (Holy Heart) and Ruach Ha-Kodesh lead your worship – give way to divine passion and let it carry you wherever it will.

This is the practice.

A Practice among the Navim: Baptism by Proxy

This Holy Name is often invoked by tzaddikim or apostles when performing a baptism by proxy for souls of the dead – a practice recorded in 1 Corinthians 15:29.

Receiving the initiate being baptized on behalf of the dead in the name of the dead person, proclaiming the Gospel of Truth and binding sparks the soul of the dead into the soul of the initiate, they will intone this Holy Name sealing the binding over the waters, and they will baptize them in the Name of Hayyah Abba, Hayyah Yeshua and Ruach Ha-Kodesh; raising them up out of the waters they will intone the Name again, releasing the spirit of the dead and uplifting them.


*If chrism and Wedding Feast are to be done by proxy – the entire Threefold Rite, then they will wait until the Wedding Feast is complete, and intone the Name releasing the sparks once the movement is sealed with bread and wine.

Thus, the spiritual essence of the living waters will pour over the spirit of the dead and they will be uplifted in the resurrection and ascension.

This is the practice.

Angels of the Name

The angels of this Name are Hokamiel, Metzovael and Mentzovael; they are from the order of Hashmalim and know secrets of how to enter into Pure Vision, Pure Spirit.

This completes our sacred discourse on the Twenty-First Names of Gevurot and Hasidim by the grace of God’s Tov Ruach (Good Spirit). Hallelu Yah – Praise the Lord! Amen.

O Adonai, we praise and bless Your Holy Name, and we give all thanks to You for the life and light that is in us; we pray in the Name of Adonai Yeshua Messiah that Your Ruach Ha-Kodesh continues to move with, in and through us, and that Your Holy Shekinah might rest upon us so that we might be empowered in the service of heaven for the people and bring glory to Your Holy Name – Amen.

Blessings & shalom!
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#2 Postby Elder Gideon » Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:49 pm

Shalom Tau Malachi:

I can't resist posting direct, letter-for-letter translations of any of the One-Hundred and Forty-Four Names of God that also happen to be Hebrew words.

Strongs 2552: Chet-Mem-Mem: Khaman

My source cites this as "verb meaning to be hot, warm. It refers to bodily heat or the use of fire to warm oneself. It indicates the act of becoming warm. It is used figuratively of anger and wrath arising within a person; to the weather as it warms; or to the suns' rays warming a day. It depicts the Babylonians a lions becoming heated in riotous banqueting or debauchery."

How might this impact our hearing this Name of Hasidim?


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Baker, Warren & Eugene Carpenter. The Complete Word Study Dictionary: Old Testament. AMG Publishers, Tennessee, 2003.

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Re: The Twenty-First Names

#3 Postby Tau Malachi » Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:20 am

Greetings and blessings in the Holy Light of the Messiah!

Yes, heat indeed! Understand, when the vital, emotional being is obstructed or depressed, this is a state of ‘cold,’ but when unobstructed and uplifted this is a state of ‘warm.’ Even in sorrow if the heart is uplifted, there may be this ‘warmth,’ and a subtle peace and joy, and insight, may be experienced within and behind the most intense grief. So there is this, in accord with what’s already been taught concerning this Holy Name of God.

There is something more, though, a deeper secret mystery. As we know, when the Holy Shekinah, Holy Spirit, rests upon a person it warms them up, heats them up, such that it is often spoken of as ‘being set on fire with the Holy Spirit.’ Look closely into this Name of God spelled with two mem, and consider this: When the Perfect Master was baptized in the living waters of the Sacred Jordan the Holy Spirit came to rest upon him, the Holy Shekinah came to indwell him, and so in the midst of the waters there was this Holy Light and Fire, and he was heated up. Then he was driven out into the wilderness to complete his purification and his consecration as the Messiah. This alludes to a secret mystery of this Holy Name. Contemplate this well, and understand!

In connection with this, as you know there is the spiritual practice of generating inner heat, and the experience of inner heat may become very extreme. The intention of the generation of inner heat is an energetic purification of the subtle body, channel-ways and centers, which may open the way for a greater influx of the Holy Light of the Messiah - Supernal Light. This is among the Names of God invoked for the generation of inner heat; hence, ‘warming,’ ‘heating up.’

Among those who are knowers of God, true living tzaddikim, invoking this Holy Name upon their breath they may ‘cast’ this ‘burning’ into another person, igniting inner heat to help purify them and restore them to passionate faith.

May we be blessed to be set on fire with the Holy Spirit, and may it be a wildfire that catches hold of others too! Amen.

Shalom Aleichem!
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