reviewing my old jw notes to translate ABJAD & Numogram to a similar system. i'll document step-by-step process as i recreate my steps & provide more clarity the 2nd time around. as i was thinking about all of the stuff i forgot & the complexity of this system (jw, enochian, abjad, pandemonium, astrology, tarot .. gasp!) hermit's post appeared at jacob's wheel. i'm one of those lurking members who stopped posting because no one else was talking. agree 100% with hermit's thoughts (great observation on prime numbers & major aracan!) & will discuss more ideas related to this on another post. thanks hermy!--<--snip-->-
Finally, I feel it is very important that each person pursuing astrology, or any other divination where the factors in such divination *appear* to come 'from without' (as is all too often interpreted in contemporary astrology circles), that one recognises that whether, in this forum with the JW paradigm, we are looking at a microcosmic perspective (as it applies to using the JW cycles for personal insights and guidance) that in order for any model to really have any broad creedence, that it also applies to the Macrocosm- i.e. that we are each living within out own Zodiac or personal Universe as a reflection of the larger factors that are in play throughout the Cosmos. As such, there are (again IMHO) a number of tenets in Qabalah, including concepts of the Tree as well as within the Book Of Formation, that tend to be a bit too anthropomorphised (human vanity at its pinnacle, lol) and therby can limit the possibilites of understanding formative or allegorical concepts that extend beyond our world or species. Specifically, in astrology, one mjor peeve comes from people interpreting planetary influences as 'Making' them such and such, or otherwise compelling them into a certain life scenario. In actuality (again IMHO) the planets are simply a means of mapping the inner influences we each choose at birth as our own planetary mandala (and 'life plan', and thus provide us a means to understand the influences in play, symbolically, at any given moment or period in our lives. They at most, 'impel' - they do not 'compel'.
One other item for those more versed in Qabalah or Tarot, with regard to some posts regarding numerological correspondences (as with the numbers '7', '11', '33' and so on), that one take out their Tarot Keys (Major Arcana) and consider the Keys that are built on Prime Numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19 - four numbers preceding 11 (as with the Four Worlds) and three primes subsequent to '11' (as the Divine Triune) , or seven prime numbers plus the prime number '11'. Here one could also conjecture '11' as a 'key' or a 'pivot' number which denotes the associated Tarot Keys and Hebrew letters which correspond to the personal and the 'impersonal' realms of existence.
Then examine where these Keys lie on the respective JW 'rings' and meditate on their significance, when you are experiencing a cycle that embraces one of these Keys; as they are most likely to be more significant windows of growth or crisis, for you within your respective cycles, or sub-cycles. Of course, here we have as yet to implement the astrological 'resonance' as it applies to chart (pattern) specifics, which adds another layer of insight or information.--<--snip-->-