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Plane of Manifestation

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Assiah ASSIAH is the fourth and final World, the World of Action, consisting only of Malkuth." The final letter, Heh, of Tetragrammaton is ascribed to Assiah, which is also the World of Primordial Earth. In Assiah the four Elements which make up the physical universe exist...

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Aether

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Aether Aether (Also known as Akasha) is the classical fifth element or quintessence is the material that fills the region of the universe above the terrestrial sphere. [1] In physics, the luminiferous aether was once considered to be the medium through which light propagates. Sometimes spelled Aethyr, the term...

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Earth

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Earth Earth is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. Earth is considered to be both cold and dry, and according to Plato is associated with the cube. Earth is, not surprisingly, the element seen as denoting material possessions and the physical world,...

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Water

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Water Water is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. Water is considered to be both cold and wet, and according to Plato is associated with the icosahedron. Water is almost always the image of the emotions and the soul, given its highly...

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Fire

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Fire Fire is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. Fire is considered to be both hot and dry, and according to Plato is associated with the tetrahedron. Fire is often an image of passion and creativity, its consuming tendencies being illustrations of this. Also...

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Air

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Air Air is one of the four classical elements, and is associated with many other concepts, such as the sword suit in the tarot. Air is considered to be both hot and wet, and according to Plato is associated with the octahedron. Air is also associated with the thought, intellect, and...

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Classical Elements

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Elements The Elements, in many philosophies and religious views, are said to be the simplest essential parts and principles of which everything consists. In ancient thought (such as the Greek, Hindu and Buddhist) there is reference to four elements (Earth, Water, Air, and Fire), sometimes including a...

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