In ancient times, the world was not overburdened with literature as it is now,"
"...In those days man depended more upon personal teachings, and when ready received his just reward from his teacher."
"...The method of teaching was the Kabbalistic one of using the sacred scrolls, upon which was written glyphs and symbols
Upon this foundation man built a structure of knowledge. The teach-ings related to the Macrocosmos, the large world or the Universe and to the Microcosmos, the reflection of the larger world to the small one called Man. From these teachings, hidden in these glyphs and symbols, a universal science is obtained-a science which treats of the Becoming of the Universe, of flux and efflux, of Manvantara and Pralaya, from the generation of the "Gods" to the perfection of Man.       One of the methods used to unravel the mysteries hidden in these sacred writings or scrolls is that of Temura or permutation, the anagrammatical method of changing the position of the letters and forming a word to create a new word which then explains the original."
Like using Dogs when you meant Gods said Zed Aliz.
The scribe writ Gods meaning to write Dogs.
"A striking example of this method, is the following:
   The writers on Alchemy speak of a mysterious substance to which no name is given. It is said to be the cheapest thing in the world and costs nothing, yet it cannot be bought, but is actually given "for nothing" to all who are entitled to it. What is this mysterious thing? The Kabbalist answer is, "It is Grace".
   The Hebrew word Mchn, Mechein, meaning literally "from grace" has six permutations of great significance: Mchn, "from grace"; Mnch, "from the one who rests" Chmn, meaning "rich oil;" Nchm, "to comfort"; Nmch, "to obliterate"; and finally, Chnm, for nothing". In these permutations there is hidden a teaching of the deepest significance.
     He who has passed through the fires of life and seen the emptiness  

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of carnal things, of things transitory-those things which at the utmost last but for a lifetime-he who has reached this stage becomes Mnch, the one who rests from action. He has discovered after bitter lessons, after repeated trials and tests, that all mundane things are useful only because of the lessons which they teach the Soul."
Who was first,male or female asked Zed Aliz of the chicken, who asked the egg, who asked the dog to ask God.
God said in words without voice Y, the he azin she of course, or to put it another way, the she azin he of course.
Later the scribe asked Alizzed, did God really say that. So tis said said Zed Aliz, which is no answer at all to a dog.
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   "Having thus learned from long experience that nothing in the world of man may bind him, he becomes Mnch, He goes out into the world a disciple doing the work of his Master, doing his Master's will, seeking to bring anew to earth the mighty truths so long hidden from a materialistic world."
" He has learned from the silence and becomes Mnch.     Thus he aquires Grace, Mchn, -that grace which is his due through resting from effort, whilst ever in the midst of the fight. This grace,of Mchn, is like unto "rich oil", which is Chmn, pouring down upon him, anointing him and opening up a wider field of consciousness to him. It tells of perfect unity and at-one-ment. This plane or condition of being is known in the East as the Buddhic, and is spoken of in the West as Cosmic Consciousness. Entering into this condition of Buddhic consciousness through the annointing, all his doubts and fears are dispelled. Never again can he complain that there is no purpose in life, nevermore will he rail at the gods for the faults of man, for now he knows, he realizes and understands the reason. He sees the Purpose shining even in the darkest night of misery. Thus knowing much he is enabled to forgive all, and sets his feet firmly upon the path of Attainment.
     Henceforth, as he looks around him and studies the Sacred Scriptures written in the hearts of men, he sees nothing evil, except in a relative sense. There are only lessons to be learned and a something beyond all forms which is Real and Everlasting. Nothing which is human is evil in his sight, nothing that is human is wrong; there is no sin but what he might have committed, no stage but what he himself has passed in his upward climb Knowing the effect of these lessons upon himself, he realizes all is for the best. God, in truth, is indeed in his heaven, and all is right with the world."
Having weathered or not, the worst weather or not, worst weather or not, seen on the mountain in years. And bearing in mind that, although there was still a journey and half to make, to reach that end of their journeys end, they were within sight's I view of the summit. The Zed AlizZed and the scribe closely shadowed by the accompanying shadows, advanced, in Indian file together. Upon a broad front, picking wild flowers, their gaily robed thoughts, protection of sorts against the extreme rigours of the each, and everyones journey. With non-forgetting, yonder sun beaming up at them from just the right angle. and gentle loving breeze echoing upon such awsome sight, that whispered them the name of God.
    Summoning their collective imagination into kaleidoscopic  focus, the path as ever, appeared as if by magic,one step at a time forward and upwards into and onto the snowy wastes of thir struggle. Ever onward to the one selft he she azin he of the THAT .    
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" This then is the meaning of the Alchemists when they assert that the sacred fire cannot be bought but is to be had "for nothing". This nothing is a very precious "something", for it is Grace, without which no man can safely be entrusted with the Grand Secret.  
     We may read the lessons contained in these Temuras in a shorter way as follows:
     The Grace of God is like unto rich oil pouring out from the Heavens, coming "to comfort" the "one who rests"from strife and serving "to obliterate" all evil so that nothing is left but the Perfected One, the Tahar or Arhat."
     All love emotions are expansive; all emotions of hatred are restric-tive. Hope and faith are of the nature of love and expand the Soul; but fear and doubt and despair are of the nature of hate and contract our Souls,thus making us feel uneasy and unhappy,"
"...Freedom from..." "...anguish can only be had by..." "...learning to obey the law of love, the first dictate of which is self- sacrifice.  
      There is no death; there is no destruction. All is but change and transformation-first the caterpillar, then the chrysalis, then the mighty mind, and at last a noble Soul."
Now, said Zed Aliz Zed, not for the last time, and meaning, like now,  now being that now, azin, when our I's don't meet across a crowded room.
And now presented az iz,and just for the record, an upside down, free, three card trick, especially chosen for your very own   delectation and delight.And so dear friend of a friend of a friend, hold tight the golden thread, of thy labrynthine expectations. And if a wrong turn or two appears to be upon thee, fear not, take a deep breath or nine, before the required re-immersion within the dream scape of thy testing. Then will the Zed Aliz Zed submit the following library introductions, which will azin power, include the  re-introduction of previous introductions, introduced way back.
Oh much further back than that whispered the far yonder scribe, as much to an absence of self, az to thee or me.


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1955 Edition
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Chapter VII 

"Out in the dark blue sea there lies a land called Crete,
a rich and lovely land, washed by the waves on every
side, densely peopled and boasting
ninety cities . . . 
One of the ninety towns is a great city called Knossos,
And there, for
nine years, King Minos ruled and en-
joyed the friendship of almighty Zeus.

                                    So Homer makes Odysseus describe Crete,in that famous passage from the Odyssey"
Abram  Abraham,  Sarai  Sarah,  now where's the sense in that.
The scribe began to wonder who in heavens name could be thinking these noughts.

The thinking of such noughts of thoughts, had been made some time ago, yon scribe wondered where they would finish up, then suddenly they had.

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7     "And he said unto him I am the Lord that brought thee out of Ur of the Chaldees, to give thee this land to inherit it?
8 And he said, Lord God where-by shall I know that I shall inherit it,
9 And he said unto him, take me an heifer of three years old, and a she goat of three years old and a ram of three years old, and a turtle-dove, and a young pigeon,"
        3 + 3 + 3 = 9 + "a turtle-dove, and + a young pigeon," = 11
        3 x 3 x 3 = 27      2 + 7 = 9 x "a turtle-dove, and x a young pigeon," = 9
        3 x 360 = 1080    1 + 8 = 9
        3 x 360 = 1080    1 + 8 = 9
        3 x 360 = 1080    1 + 8 = 9
And said Zed Aliz, this is page 24 and Verses 7, 8 and 9 add up to 24  Well they will do said the scribe if those are the numbers you choose Yes said Zed Aliz but we didn't, didn't what said the scribe, loosing the plot but quickly finding another. We didn't choose them.
After such a meeting of minds, Zed Aliz Zed re-iterated the need to hold fast the thread of gold, and told the accompanying shadows that sometimes the only way forward is to return the way you came.The far yonder scribe never back'ards in coming for'rards, agreed, and at once didn't begin chanting, in a minute or more the Minotaur    
So said the Alizzed. Thus writ the scribe

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Chapter 17    


1 x 9 x 1 x 1 = 9                  
                                                             The revelation of God as El Shaddai, Almighty God.
        "And when Abram was ninety years old and nine, the Lord appeared to Abram and said unto him, I am the Almighty God; walk before me and be thou per-fect."      
"ninety years old and nine"
90 + 9     = 81      8 + 1 = 9
90 x 9     = 810    8 + 1= 9
99 x 360 = 35640
90 x 360 = 32400
9 x 360 = 3240
2     "And I will make my covenant between me and thee, and will multiply thee exeedingly.
3      And Abram fell on his face: and God talked with him, saying,
                                                                                 "Abram becomes Abraham."              
4      As for me my, behold, my covenant is with thee, and thou shalt be a father to many nations.
5      Neither shall thy name anymore be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have
         I made thee."

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15     "And God said unto Abraham, As for  Sarai thy wife thou shalt not call her name Sarai, but Sarah shall her name be.
16     And I will bless her, and give thee a son also of her: yea, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings
         of people shall be of her,
17     Then Abraham fell upon his face, and laughed, and said in his heart, shall a child be born unto him that is an hundred          years old? And shall Sarah, that is Ninety years old, bear ? "
24     "And Abraham was ninety years old and nine, when he was circumcised in the flesh of his fore-skin."
5      "Neither shall thy name anymore be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham;"
15    "As fo Sarai thy wife thou shalt not call her name Sarai, but Sarah"
To weep perchance to stream, said the scribe whilst numerical-alphabet-magiking.
A B R A M              A B R A H A M                                             S A R  A  I               S A R A H
1  2  9  1  4              1  2  9  1  8 1  4                                              1  1  9  1  9              1  1  9 1  8
1 x 2 x 9 x 1 x 4       1 x 2 x 9 x 1 x 8 x 1 x 4                                  1 x 1 x 9 x 1 x 9       1 x 1 x 9 x 1 x 8
   2 x 9                         2 x 9                                                                1 x 9                         1 x 9
   18 x 1                        18 x 1                                                               9 x 1                          9 x 1
     18 x 4                        18 x 8                                                               9 x 9                           9 x 8
72                          144 x 1                                                               81                               72
                                         144 x 4
                                                          AB    RA   M            A B   R A H   A M
RA    I             S A   R A H
                                                                    9 1                            9 1  8




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                                                              The revelation of the name Jehovah
13     "And Moses said unto God, Be-hold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of        your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name ? what shall I say unto them ?            
14      And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the chil-dren of Israel,
          I AM hath sent me unto you.
15      And God said moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, the LORD God  

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of your fathers, the God of Abra-ham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name forever, and this is my memorial unto all generations."

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"Amen  a-men, a Hebrew word meaning literally firm, sure, faithful (Rev.3.14 ) ; ( tantamount to an oath )..."

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" After Marduk's escape, he fled Egypt, becoming a legendary god who was remembered by the name
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"After a fifty- year period of worshipping Thoth, the Egyp-tian pharaohs once again began to call upon the name of
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Amen was physically present."
The Bull Of Minos 1955 Edition
Leonard Cottrell
In  The Story of Sinue the writer describes the death of
Amenemhat as follows:
"In the year 30, on the ninth day of the third month of the Inundation, the god entered his horizon"
30 x  9 x  3
     270 x  3

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"Ammon, am-mon, 'son of my p' (?); son of Lot, Gen. 19. 33..."
"Amnon, am-non,'faithful;' son of David. Sam. 3.2. outrages Tamar. 2 Sam. 13 slain by Absalom. 2 Sam. 13. 28.                
"Amon, a-mon. (1) 'master workman' 2 Kn. 21. 18. King of Judah. 2 Kn.21.19;..."

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"At one, set, (would have) reconciled (them). Acts 7.26. Hence the verb'atone'= at-one (to reconcile), and
'atonement' = at-one-ment..."  

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"Ram, ...'high' Ru. 4 . 19.
Ram   (Gen. 15. 9).... 'in sacrifices'..." 22.13; Ex.29.15; Lev 9; Num 5.8 typical. Dan.8.20.
Rama,  ra-ma, Greek form of Ramah  Mat. 2. 18."
"Ramah,  ra-mah, 'high place' Jos. 18. 25; Jud.4. 5; 1 Sam. 1.19; 7. 17; 8. 4; 19. 18; 25.1; Jer. 31. 15.
" Ramiah,  ra-mi-ah, 'Jehova is high.' Ez.10. 25.
Just this now scribe said Zed Aliz cast thee that fairy dust oe'r yonder words. Such words of gay abandon delighted the art of yonder scribe who then cast with a will.

Cassell's English Dictionary 1974

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"Ramadan"   "...The ninth month of the Mohammedan year, the time of the great annual fast."
At this point the Zed Aliz Zed made another necessary aside.

Mankinds Search For GOD
Watch Tower Bible And Tract  Society 1990

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"6  Some historians say that Hinduism had its roots over 3,500 years ago in a wave of migration that brought a pale skinned, Aryan people down from  the northwest into the Indus valley, now located mainly in Pakistan and India. From there they spread into the Ganges River plains and across India. Some experts say that the religious ideas of the migrants were based on ancient Iranian and Bab-ylonian teachings. One thread common to many cultures and also found in Hinduism is a flood legend."

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"Rama, Ramachandra - the seventh incarnation of the god Vishnu. The epic narrative Ramayana relates the story of
Rama and his wife Sita"

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" In the beginning there was neither naught or aught:
Then there was neither sky nor atmosphere above...
Then was there neither day, nor night, nor light nor darkness,
Only the Existent One breathed calmly self contained.

Thus, from India's ancient Sanskrit chants emerged the central idea of Hin-duism: the concept of
Brahman, the Supreme Being, the God above all gods, the source of universal life."

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"10  The oldest writings are the Vedas, a collectionof prayers and hyms known as the Rig-Veda, the Yajur-Veda, and the Atharva-Veda. They were composed during several centuries and were completed abou 900 B.C.E. The Vedas were later supplemented by other writings, including the Brahmanas and the Upani-shads.
11  The Brahmanas specify how ritual and sacrifices, both domestic and public are to be performed and go into great detail on their deep meaning."

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"Brahma - the Creator God, the princ-cipal of Creation in the universe. One of the gods of the Trimurti  ( triad)
"Brahman, or Brahm - the su-preme, all-pervasive entity of the universe, represented by the sound OM or AUM.'
"...Also referred to as Atman."

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"Ram, ...'high' Ru. 4 . 19.
"Ram   (Gen. 15. 9).... 'in sacrifices'  
"Rama,  ra-ma, Greek form of Ramah  Mat. 2. 18."
"Ramah,  ra-mah, 'high place'

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11  The Brahmanas specify how ritual and sacrifices, both domestic and public are to be performed and go into great detail on their deep meaning."

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Chapter 17

5      Neither shall thy name anymore be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have I made thee."