What is the Kabbalah and what is useful for to study it?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor


The universe is formed with the Law of Number, Measure and Weight. Mathematics forms the universe. Numbers become living entities…

…The origin of the Kabbalah is lost in the night of the centuries, there, where the universe was formed in the womb of Maha Kundalini, the Great Mother…

In the internal worlds, much is said in a kabalistic form. One must know how to make additions with kabalistic numbers. If one asks a Master: “How long will I live?”, he would reply in numbers.

The objective of studying the Kabala h is to prepare us for the Superior Worlds. For example: on one occasion, an Initiate asked for the faculty of clairvoyance, and internally received the reply: “You will be in eight days.”

One who did not know would return to the physical body believing that in eight days he would be clairvoyant. For example, if today was Wednesday, then on the following Wednesday. In reality, “eight” is the number of Job and was indicating the need for patience. He who does not know is confused in the internal worlds. Knowing the Kabalah is fundamental for understanding the language of those worlds.

Kabalistic study must obviously be accompanied by work on oneself; one must make oneself conscious of the said study, because if it remains in the intellect, at death it will be lost. If however, one has consciousness of it, it will manifest from infancy.

Samael Aun Weor. Tarot and Kabbalah