orange cynical motherfricker

Tell me about Hod, why does he wear the mask? And why is he ''the twin''? Who is his bro/sis?
How can one be worthy to serve/bound it's splendeur? Where do I learn/teach it's elements? Why am I so drawn towards it?
How to be Hod?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Why am I so drawn towards it?
    Because you are autistic

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Leave it alone!
    If I ever get your stinky mug in my line of sight I swear to Chekov’s I’ll wiener your clock off. Don’t wanna see this rascal get all jackal.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    homie hod is a quality of what you should be intending for your creations
    It's not le god tube or pathway or whatever
    It just mean one the positive qualities you should be wishing on all beings in existence
    You don't understand any of this bc ur playing with marbles sold to you by RUBES! Phonies! Sheeeeeet

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >nooooo! you’re getting it wrong! it’s le heckin methoderiño not an-ACH!
      Yeah, yeah
      Now show me how do I become Hod itself. I want to live through it’s lenses.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Put on clown nose, go into populated area
        Make sure it's a special orange booper, not just a red one

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          and then?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            ... ask HaShem (not some thing, idol or other image) about that. You may need to learn Hebrew to, well... be anything Hebrew, really. Can ask that to HaShem, too.
            Ideally Noachides'd teach this but too many of them lead around by the nose by Rabbis to recommend them. So I think the best thing is just to ask HaShem to arrange, clarify etc. Hebrew. The parts of the work that are difficult but not the obvious and the heavy lifting you can do yourself.
            Hod.... oh, that's an equivalent to the name "Yah". (By value, 5 6 3 -> 10 5, or rather 9 6 in Hebrew written numerals.) But as I already said the sefirot are like "how to make stuff that reflects <> correctly and get the intentions right before doing creative work", not "how to be <> yourself".
            It's like an n-matrix rather than a single simple table or a linear equation, or even a graph. Need hypergraphs to model this but matrixes are easier to understand. It's also not like a syntax tree where the names (or "words") are just node labels and the letters don't have implications beyond where to put them in that hierarchy, it's a much more fluid system.
            Avoid Rabbis and Christians for a while you can't analyze their shit well when you're numbed to their bullshit, personally I can take maybe a 15 minutes of it but it's tiresome and not that worthwhile.
            Probably shouldn't bother if you're not looking to keep at it for years and decades, the ride never ends.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Negi Springfield

        You can become splendor and glory in human form. Seriously.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Negi Springfield

          It's also worth noting that Hod is associated with the exchange of spirit or Ruach that takes place during worship. Avodah is that process. The core element of all spiritual practices.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Pure hopium

          It's also worth noting that Hod is associated with the exchange of spirit or Ruach that takes place during worship. Avodah is that process. The core element of all spiritual practices.

          There's no "worship" in Hebrew because it implies an object of worship which would be idolatry. Spirituality also has nothing to do with this, there's no abstract, superstition or magic to any of this.
          You're talking like a Karen who thinks she's spiritual for wearing an Injun costume for Halloween.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Negi Springfield

            >Karen
            Congratulations on referencing something that has been used to death. Now learn to read something other than English. It will help a lot.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            So don't listen, and keep your bad advice to yourself.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is the only Hod I recognize

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      homosexual

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      neat
      exulte! khaire!
      or smt like that, eh

      It's also worth noting that Hod is associated with the exchange of spirit or Ruach that takes place during worship. Avodah is that process. The core element of all spiritual practices.

      sounds feminine, tell me about it, please

      https://i.imgur.com/94TSByI.png

      ... ask HaShem (not some thing, idol or other image) about that. You may need to learn Hebrew to, well... be anything Hebrew, really. Can ask that to HaShem, too.
      Ideally Noachides'd teach this but too many of them lead around by the nose by Rabbis to recommend them. So I think the best thing is just to ask HaShem to arrange, clarify etc. Hebrew. The parts of the work that are difficult but not the obvious and the heavy lifting you can do yourself.
      Hod.... oh, that's an equivalent to the name "Yah". (By value, 5 6 3 -> 10 5, or rather 9 6 in Hebrew written numerals.) But as I already said the sefirot are like "how to make stuff that reflects <> correctly and get the intentions right before doing creative work", not "how to be <> yourself".
      It's like an n-matrix rather than a single simple table or a linear equation, or even a graph. Need hypergraphs to model this but matrixes are easier to understand. It's also not like a syntax tree where the names (or "words") are just node labels and the letters don't have implications beyond where to put them in that hierarchy, it's a much more fluid system.
      Avoid Rabbis and Christians for a while you can't analyze their shit well when you're numbed to their bullshit, personally I can take maybe a 15 minutes of it but it's tiresome and not that worthwhile.
      Probably shouldn't bother if you're not looking to keep at it for years and decades, the ride never ends.

      >ask HaShem
      when? where?
      which tone do I use, friend.
      >like an n-matrix
      so... they're AI codes of the divine, not actual robotic masks? as in, they're a language capable of learning, teaching, creating, etc. Not actually a ''thingness'' Is that it?
      >numbed to their bullshit
      well, I need to quit with the prejudice one day, right? maybe if I think they're just old man rambling random bs in the middle of their war recollections, it won't bother that much

      You can become splendor and glory in human form. Seriously.

      does it hurt?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Negi Springfield

        >tell me about it, please
        The idea is that you're doing work, which is one of the meanings of Avodah. This is not unique to this, however. The labors of Heracles, the puja of Hinduism, and others show this to varying degrees. The exchange of Ruach is done when one is intensely in genuine worship. This does not necessarily require objects like "idols", but religions that worship them are not entirely wrong to do so. That just makes the Ruach exchange that much easier. The god being worshipped has to be responsive to you though. Worship is a dual action with two partners. Hod basically is about that.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >www
        When you've a question or similar, somewhere you aren't heard clearly by other people e.g. have some real privacy / sollitude. I'm told it may help to be in nature for it but dunno, haven't tried that enough to confirm or deny.
        Like speaking to a wise elder from your family.
        >robotics
        No it's quite organic. There's little work done in robo-Hebraism to the best of my knowledge, safe bet is that if it's robotic it's not Hebrew because robotics aren't necessary like that.
        Though I know of some scholars that do favor automation as a labor-saving device, there may be exceptions.
        >language
        Hebrew itself is pre-language, it pre-exists spoken (and synthetic) languages. So for example if you have a syntax tree in English and analyze that formalism, all the parts of it are (can be construed as if political correctness) derivative of Hebrew. Edenics explored (explores) this, it's far from perfect but it's certainly an interesting conservation / analysis effort.
        The letters are moral phonemes, that's what the "building blocks" (imo often not very helpful) attempts at explicating Hebrew come from.
        An essential skill to reading Hebrew is to also calculate in Hebrew and to understand that reading a text involves eye movements which are also calculatory in nature. E.g. reading in any non-linear order is reminiscent of sorting algorithms:

        And while it's not a natural language, so it also definitely is also not just a spoken language, it's also not just an encoding scheme for mathematics.
        It's more like a way to combine mathematics and actual sounds/shapes in a way that eschews adding or subtracting from the maths quite extremely.
        >prejudice
        Well, diet is a thing. You can be free from prejudice all you like, it's not going to make corn syrup a proper replacement for lunch.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >www cont.d
          Oh and some kind of greeting is a good idea, like knocking the door when visiting a relative.
          Beyond that little more to say about it. Doesn't have special concentration or poses, no need to look at the sky or stare at a wall or your feet or whatever.
          Term is hibodedut, Rabbi Nachman wrote some pages about that. Rabbi Nachman has a bunch of fake followers, don't go to Uman or Lag ba'Omer celebrations, look at Purim or Rosh HaShannah if you're interested in that.
          The Rabbis in general are untrustworthy because they presume to teach what they don't have the faintest idea about. Hence, ask it yourself. This is already a lot of text lol.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Negi Springfield

            >The Rabbis
            That's a huge group of people though. You kind of have to pick the weeds so to speak. The best Rabbanut is found in the less traveled places. The unexpected tends to be the most valuable treasure. That's why some of the most important developments in Judaic mystical thought came out of Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and other countries in both Europes. Those rabbis of course built off the ideas of the Khakhamim.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The Rabbanut is the Erev Rav and they're the group of people that have been perpetuating Christianity ever since the Prushim themselves left the picture. So I'm talking about a whole lot of weeds, there are a ton of weeds in what's called "mainstream Judaism" in pop media. Not that the people in it are all bad, but the Rabbis are dead wrong on too much and consistently, they ought be known more widely as the ordinary liars that they are. Until they get their shit in order.
            Without dilligent and loyal personal conduct (mostly meaning, correcting mistakes whenever they arise, and getting to the root of them), and means to purify one's consciousness there's just no way to have a personal relationship with HaShem, and without that there's no authentic Hebrew learning.

            To give precedence to Rabbinic teachings is like trying to learn wisdom and kind interpersonal conduct from reading the documentation to software, or trying to get your nutrition out of drinking soda.
            Better to get started with just good stuff and let people decide what to take and what to leave from the Rabbinic stream. I also find that there are interesting mathematical writings by Rabbis from hundreds years ago, but I'd rather focus, and not have a ton of stuff laying round my house from analyzing deeply flawed writ with flawed means.

            The "razor test" I've used is simply, "how much is this helping my Hebrew learning and how much distractions and noise does it add? if the net benefit to this end is sub-zero, then I shan't invest in it except superficially".
            Even DuoLingo and HebrewPod101 can be a waste of time most of the time.

            And e.g. Machon Shilo has a nice lecture series on correct pronunciation. Exception that confirms the rule. Can't learn Hebrew just watching that channel, definitely can't do that and learn hitbodedut from it. It's a 1y+ timewaster if you mistake it for (at all adequate) guidance, while it is presented as guidance.
            Hence the warning. Don't get guided into ditch.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Negi Springfield

            I'll stick to dictionaries and other books. As for teachings about Elokim and other topics of a similar nature, you have to work that out yourself. Some people might not like the established literature, but that's why there's the Torah, Navi'im, and Ketuvim. Also the works of the Merkaba.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            > (You) #
            >I'll stick to dictionaries and other books. As for teachings about Elokim and other topics of a similar nature, you have to work that out yourself. Some people might not like the established literature, but that's why there's the Torah, Navi'im, and Ketuvim. Also the works of the Merkaba.
            Tana"kh is excellent. Hebrew is Ma'aseh Merkava so I'm not concerned about missing out on that.
            מ ע ש ה
            מרכבה
            --------------
            פ ע ת ק כ ב י
            --------------
            ע ב כ פ ק י ת
            --------------
            עברית
            Can't see implications like this if your eyes are full of chalk and the letters look dusty and unmoving on paper. And with enough of this kind of so to say implication, or relations within words and parts of a text, a dictionary slowly becomes less and less important for studying. Becomes more like a notebook you put improved and/or new meanings into, or a window into a specific orthography, rather than a necessary interpretative aid.
            This isn't mystical more like a physical skill and a little bit of arterial cleanup, and a reason to work out and iterate on your nervous system.

            I was confused for sec and thought you primarily meant Hebrew - English dictionaries, but no proof of that in the letters you wrote. The Even-Shoshan HE-HE dictionary is great and authentic.
            Mostly I'm opining on order of learning, that's vital to safe growth without accruing baggage. And that's important if you want to get the fundamentals in in this area.
            If you're not interested you're free to do anything else; I just don't consider the intellectual-first approach to be an effective way to ramp up to actual study in the general case, because that's a misinterpretation of how to read Hebrew and what the point of reading Hebrew is. Learning something the wrong way accrues baggage, or a debt if you will, that's something to be warry of.
            For that it helps to be consistent in "personal prayer" or hitbodedut or however you're going to call it; to keep checking in.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Can't see implications like this
            homie I'm not a shekel demon I can't read shekel demon ramen

          • 2 weeks ago
            sage

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