!!QSvwrQMMkoH 01/03/12(Tue)01:53 No.17409582|
The crowd is rapt with attention as Sanford continues his sermon.
"RASh DGVN, ‘the head of Dagon’, shares the common gematria of 564, with QVL MLChShIM, ‘the voice of charmers’, and DMMTh HLILH, ‘the silence of the night’. The devotees adore the head of Dagon because he has been restored to his lordship of the Place, or Space, which is MQVM, Maqom. By its number of 186, Maqom is to be identified with QVPh, Qoph, meaning ‘an ape’, or ‘the back of the head’; the magickal centre within the Cerebellum that is sometimes referred to as the ‘dragon brain’. Also, 186 is the value of APQH, ‘a fortress’; PVOL, ‘action, deed’ or ‘acquisition’; and
in the Greek, of Golgotha, ‘the place of the Skull’ - and the
13 Disciple of Dagon place of the crucifixion, or Crossing.
"Now BITh DGVN, ‘the House of Dagon’ is 475, which is the number of BGVLGLThA, ‘In Golgotha’8. And after Saul was slain in battle by the Philistines, the text of 1 Chronicles 10,10 declares: “And they put his armour in the house of their gods, and fastened his head in the temple of Dagon”. The word used for “head” is GLGLTh, ‘skull’. Moreover, in the form GLGLThA, the word “skull” has the same number of 467 as KThVLHV, one of the Hebrew spellings of Cthulhu, and there is an Akkadian word ‘Kutallu’ that has the meaning of ‘the back of the head; rear part; behind’ 9.
All of this reveals Dagon to be a Lord of the Deep and a Guardian of its Threshold, across which access may be gained to the abyss of waters, the outer spaces - the spaces between the stars where the mighty ones dwell in eternity. Microcosmically, the threshold to these primordial spaces of consciousness is located in the Qoph centre, and it is traversed in alignment with the light of the Will in the Ajna chakra and the vibration of the Word in the Visuddha chakra.