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New Dimensions for the Cube of Space

£29.99

Product description

Hidden in a secret book of cosmology, written in the ancient Hebrew tongue, long forgotten but not lost by mankind, is a description of a mysterious cube formed from the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. This cube of letters is constructed of a centre, three interior dimensions, six faces, and twelve edges. These twenty-two components form the cube, and also reveal a map that clearly shows where we have come from, where we are now, and where we are going in our evolutionary journey toward complete spiritual awakening. In New Dimensions for the Cube of Space, David Allen Hulse explains that this cube of letters cannot reveal its deepest secrets until it is clothed in the cards of the tarot, creating a map of the cosmos referred to as the Cube of Space. Then, and only then, can this mystical cube speak directly to our souls and show us the way, or the true path of initiation we all must eventually travel. He presents a fascinating description of how he attained his insights along with a clear exposition of the Cube of Space as a path of initiation. Hulse illustrates his insights using the original B.O.T.A. tarot deck, designed by Paul Foster Case. The clear and simple imagery of this deck is very helpful for understanding every nuance of the symbolic material in the story of the soul's journey around the six faces of the cube. However, the popular Waite deck, or any other Tarot deck can be used in studying the Cube of Space. Included is the material needed for the construction of a model of the Cube of Space and Hulse recommends that the reader assemble this model, as it will greatly facilitate a clear understanding of the symbolic meaning behind each of the of the twenty-two directions of space delineated by the cube.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce in UK
Author(s):
Hulse, David Allen
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1578631378
ISBN-13:
9781578631377
Number of pages:
145
Publisher:
Samuel Weiser

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Hidden in a secret book of cosmology, written in the ancient Hebrew tongue, long forgotten but not lost by mankind, is a description of a mysterious cube formed from the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. This cube of letters is constructed of a centre, three interior dimensions, six faces, and twelve edges. These twenty-two components form the cube, and also reveal a map that clearly shows where we have come from, where we are now, and where we are going in our evolutionary journey toward complete spiritual awakening. In New Dimensions for the Cube of Space, David Allen Hulse explains that this cube of letters cannot reveal its deepest secrets until it is clothed in the cards of the tarot, creating a map of the cosmos referred to as the Cube of Space. Then, and only then, can this mystical cube speak directly to our souls and show us the way, or the true path of initiation we all must eventually travel. He presents a fascinating description of how he attained his insights along with a clear exposition of the Cube of Space as a path of initiation. Hulse illustrates his insights using the original B.O.T.A. tarot deck, designed by Paul Foster Case. The clear and simple imagery of this deck is very helpful for understanding every nuance of the symbolic material in the story of the soul's journey around the six faces of the cube. However, the popular Waite deck, or any other Tarot deck can be used in studying the Cube of Space. Included is the material needed for the construction of a model of the Cube of Space and Hulse recommends that the reader assemble this model, as it will greatly facilitate a clear understanding of the symbolic meaning behind each of the of the twenty-two directions of space delineated by the cube.

Added value:
Scarce in UK
Author(s):
Hulse, David Allen
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1578631378
ISBN-13:
9781578631377
Number of pages:
145
Publisher:
Samuel Weiser

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