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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon VI… Stuart France

* … Once he had procured the Naxian Stone, king Solomon kept Asmodeus under vigilant watch and restrained him from leaving the palace until he had built the Temple. Upon its completion, Solomon said to him, “It is written: He … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon V… Stuart France

* After three days, Asmodeus was brought before Solomon. In his hand, he had taken up a stave which men use to measure, and he immediately measured out four cubits on the palace floor. Throwing down the stave before Solomon, … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon IV… Stuart France

* … Benai, the son of Yehoda, said to Asmodeus, “Tell me,  the reason for all the things that you did on the way to the palace.  When you saw that blind man who erred on the road, why did … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon III… Stuart France

* … While Asmodeus was being drawn along in his binding, every tree that he passed, he would brush himself against, and cast it down. Every house that he approached, he would cast down. He reached the dwelling place of … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Sun and Moon II… Stuart France

* … So, Solomon sent for Benai, the son of Yehoda. He gave to him a chain and an anklet inscribed with the Ineffable Name and woollen yarns, and leather sacks containing wine, and told him what he must do … Continue reading

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A Harmony of Eight – Stuart France

* The point sits at the centre of the square, where its two diagonals intersect. * * From the same intersection, another square can be drawn at right angles to the first. Like this, we create eight equidistant points. * … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap… Stuart France

We commence with a square plot of green grass which we designate ‘Earth’. * We desire to stretch our boundaries and expand. This desire seems to manifest most at the pointed corners of our square plot of land. * From … Continue reading

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