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Semiphoras and Schemhamphoras Sepher Shimmush Tehillim, or the magical uses of the Psalms Supplement Astrological influences upon man, and magical cures of the old Hebrews. FROM P. Hoffman, Jesuit. Composed ad Proxim. The Innocent, holy blood of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, cleanses us from all sin and give you spirits of eternal rest and peace through Jesum Christum the Son of God.
Therefore, may the spirits of Jesus Christ redeem you from all pain and suffering, and give us the treasures that are here, through the shed blood of I. Eel Elyon Jesus Christi Eheyoha. THE Schemhamforas No. Astrological influences upon man, and magical cures of the old Hebrews. Back side. Seu septuaginta duo Divina Nomina in lingua Hebraica, denotant semper Nomen dei sive legantur a principio fine vel a dextris aut sinistris: 2 suntque ingentis virtutis.
S: Salomonis Regis. Scheible adds the following footnote: "Mit Abbildung Fig. See J. Oh, God my Father and Lord of all goodness, who didst create all things by Thy word, and who didst prepare man in thy wisdom to rule over all creatures that were made by Thee, that he should rule over the world with holiness and righteousness, and judge with an upright heart.
Give unto me that wisdom that is constantly around Thy throne, and cast me not out from among Thy children. For I am Thy servant, and the son of Thy hand-maiden, a weak creature of a short existence, and too weak in understanding, in right, and in the law. Send it down from Thy high heaven and from the throne of Thy glory that it may abide with me and labor with me, that I may know and do the things that are pleasing unto Thee.
For Thy wisdom knoweth and understandeth all things, and let it lead me in my works and protect me in its glory, and my labors will be acceptable unto Thee. When I was yet in my youth I sought wisdom without fear in my prayer. I prayed for it in the temple, and will seek it to my end. My heart rejoiceth over it as when the young grapes ripen. Thou art my Father, my God, and my Shepherd, who helpest me. Remember, Lord, Thy covenant, and teach me what to say and think.
Instruct me and so shall I live. Lord, show me Thy ways, lead me in Thy truth, and teach me. Console me again with Thy help and let the happy spirit sustain me. Thou lover of life, Thy immortal spirit is in all things. Teach me to work in a manner that is well pleasing unto Thee, for Thou art my God. Let Thy good spirit lead me in pleasant paths.
With Thee is the living fountain and in Thy light we see the light. Let my goings be established, and let no unrighteousness rule over me. Let Thy countenance shine upon Thy servant and teach me to know Thy justice. Let me behold Thy glory, for Thou, Lord, art my light, and Thou wilt turn my darkness into day.
Lord, let my complaints come before Thee. Instruct me according to Thy word. Let my prayers come before Thee, rescue me according to Thy word. Show me Thy ways, oh, Lord, that I may walk in Thy truth. Keep my heart in singleness that I may fear Thy name. I will remember Thy name from childhood, therefore, all people will thank Thee forever and ever.
Therefore, have the Hebrew Mecubals seventy-two names for God, and named and wrote Schemhamphora, the name of seventy-two letters. First, it must be known that the names of God cannot be taught and understood except only in the Hebrew language, neither can we pronounce them in any other dialect, as they were revealed to us through the grace of God. Therefore, he, who has purified and improved his understanding and morals, and who, through faith, has purified his ears, so that he may without spurious alterations call upon the divine name of God, will become a house and a dwelling-place of God, and will be a partaker of divine influences, etc.
In the third place, all the names of God are taken by us from His works, as indicating a communication with God, or are extracted out of the divine scriptures through Kabbalistic calculation, Notaricon, and Gematria.
Gematria considers meanings based on numerical values. After this there are four parts of the earth which are the most subtle light of the spiritual world. Likewise four [triplicities of] hierarchies: 1 Seraphim, Cherubim, [and Thrones]; 2 Dominations, Powers, and Virtues; 3 [Principalities,] Archangels, and Angels; 4 Spirits and souls of persons which come before God.
These parts of the world has also four angels that stand upon the four corners of heaven; they are Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, Uriel; four angels stand for the elements, namely, Seraph, Cherub, Tharsis, Ariel; four highly enlightened men full of the light of God.
EE: "4. For the other light or part of the world is the heaven of all the stars; has four triplicities of the twelve signs, under which the Sun revolves yearly, making the change of seasons, the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter of birth and corruption, and changes the four elements. Elements: Air, Fire, Earth, and Water. In the third part of the work are the elements and everything that is subordinate to them, in which is the small world, man.
He again has four elements within him. Anima is in the head, per nervos ; Spiritus is in the heart, and operates through the arteries; Corpus is the whole body with the veins; Genius, a spark of fire, is in the kidneys, and governs birth. He has four spiritual and strong working faculties, as facultates actiones , or spiritus, as his Animal, Vital, Natural, and Generative.
The soul has inward senses, as sensum communem ; in which faith takes hold as fides and other senses Intellectus in the brain. This is very confused in S and EE. The four powers of the soul are: Intellect, Reason, Phantasy, and Sense.
The four judiciary powers are: Faith, Science, Opinion, and Experience. Imaginatrix , the imagination is another soul-operation or phantasie, which draws a picture of power and accomplishes all things. Memoratrix , the memory, retains all things which pertains to the faculties and operations of the spirit, to bring an experimentum et Sensus; through agitation of the nerves the increase of the human race is effected by God. Appetitus Sensitivus ; the natural spiritual action and power lies in the liver and arteries, and effect motion and attraction, support and subsistence; the proper spirit of strength and sap lies in the kidneys The body has four elements, namely, Spirit, Flesh, Humors, and Bones 10 — four complexions or temperaments, warm, wet, [cold,] dry; attraction is produced by warmth, dryness, dampness; fel retentio 11 is produced by coldness and dryness; Lien Coctio 12 by warmth and wet, id est stomachus: four wet, gall, blood, mucus, and melancholia.
EE: Spirit, fruit, flesh, and bone. EE: rel retentio. EE: Lien Cactio. This paragraph is again very confused. Four princes of devils are injurious in the four elements: Samael, Azazel, Azael, Mahazael , 14 four princes of devils over the four quarters of the earth, Oriens, Paymon, 15 Egyn, Amayon. EE: Mehazaer. These are also given in Agrippa, OP2. S and EE: Pagmon. The second Semiphoras, because he spoke with angels and spirits. The third, because he spoke with devils. The fourth, because he spoke with the creatures of the four elements, the birds, the fishes, the animals, and the creeping things of the earth.
The fifth, because he spoke with inanimate objects, as herbs, seeds, trees, and all vegetation. The sixth, because he spoke with the winds. The seventh, because he spoke with the Sun, Moon, and stars. By the power of the seven Semiphoras he could create and destroy all he desired. The first Semiphoras was acknowledged by Adam, since God created him and placed him in Paradise, where he was allowed to remain only seven hours.
The name is Jove , which name must be pronounced only in the greatest need, and then only with the most devout feelings toward the Creator. In this case you will find grace and sure help. The second Semiphoras, in which Adam spoke with angels, and which gave him the expression, yeseraye , that is, God without Beginning and without End, must be pronounced when speaking with angels, and then your questions will be answered and your wishes fulfilled.
The fourth Semiphoras, Lagumen Iava, firin, Iavagellayn Lavaquiri, Lavagola, Lavatosorin, Layfialafin, Lyafaran ; 16 with this name he bound and unbound all animals and spirits.
The fifth Semiphoras, Lyacham, Lyalgema, Lyafaran, Lialfarab, Lebara, Lebarosin, Layararalus ; 17 if you wish to bind equals, as trees and seeds, you must pronounce the above words. The seventh Semiphoras is great and mighty. K3: Sachadon. K3: cannal. K3: pyol. K3: baryon. EE: "Eliaon yoena adonay cadas ebreel, eloy ela agiel, ayoni, Sachado, essuselas eloyrn, delion iau elynla, delia, yazi, Zazael, paliel man, umiel, onela dilatan saday alma paneim alym, canal deus Usami yaras calipix calfas sasna saffasaday aylata panteomel auriel arion phaneton secare panerionys emanuel Joth Jalaph amphia, tfaan demisrael mu all le Leazyns ala phonar aglacyei qyol paeriteron theieroym barimel, jael haryon ya apiolell echet.
The following is another name of Semiphoras which God gave to Moses in seven parts. The first is, when Moses concealed himself in the mountains and spoke with God, when the fire burned in the forest without consuming it. The second, as he spoke with the Creator on the mountain. The third, when he divided the Red Sea, and passed through with the whole people of Israel, etc. The fourth, when his staff was turned into a serpent which devoured the other serpents.
The fifth, are the names which were written on the forehead of Aaron. The sixth, when he made a brazen serpent and burned the golden calf to divert pestilence from the Israelites. The seventh, when manna fell in the wilderness and when water gushed from the rock. K3: Zyen, Jaramye.
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