A Brief Qabalistic Examination

by G.M.Kelly

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

667 is well known among students of Thelema to be the numeration of the Scarlet Woman in Greek, H KOKKINH GYNH, but it is also the numeration of other words that may be of interest and which may also be relevant to the concept of the Scarlet Woman.  These will be presented here with little explanation allowing for the ingenium of each student to see the significance.

o therioy:  "the beast; a snake" [see CCXX II.24 to start].

ton therion:  "the beast" [Re. 14.11].

to mixother:  "the half beast".

epikaloymai:  "I call, summon or invoke".

Ra-Oor-Kft:  "Ra-Hoor-Khut" [CCXX III.1, 35].

apeiranton:  "endless, boudless" [CCXX II.3 to start].

Areiphile:  "dear to Ares" [a reference to her Venus aspect].

embryon:  "the embryo, foetus, the fruit of the womb before birth".

o zelodoter:  "the giver of bliss" [re. Venus and Ananda].

to Hrakleion:  "the temple of Heracles" [saviour and son of god].

ten basileian:  "the kingdom; the power to rule; etc." [Re. 17.17, etc.].

adamantos:  "unconquerable; the diamond".

o aieigenetes:  "the immortal, the ever-existing - epith. of the gods".

anteres:  "set over against, opposite".

agleykes:  "not sweet; sour, harsh".

adamaston:  "unbroken, untamable; metaph. inexorable".

adiallaktos:  "irreconcilable, allowing no reconcilation".

apeyxomai:  "to wish away, to wish that it may not happen".

ethelothreskias:  "religion, superstitious observance; but most importantly:  will-worship".

Artemisia:  "a genus of plants of numerous species, including the Mugwort, Southernwood and Wormwood.  Artemisia absinthium is the common Wormwood".

Come to an understanding of these associations and you will come a little closer to absolute Understanding of the concept of the Scarlet Woman.

Gematria Key for
Greek and Hebrew

Love is the law, love under will.

NOTE:  above, the italicized e is intended to represent the Long-E sound of Greek, Eta, to differentiate it from the Short-E, Epsilon, and the "f" is used to represent Digamma solely because of its resemblence to that English character.

[TNN.IV.5, November 1985 E.V.]