Adam Qadmon / Adam Kadmon

Adam Kadmon / Adam Qadmon
 
50/700 6 40 4 100   40/600 4 1
200 : 850   45 : 605
Gematria: 245 / 1455



   



Recalling Adam:

"Adam" is Aleph immersed in blood, but this blood is not "all-absorbing"; it can become "cosmically fruitful", which means that the human body can come to radiate cosmic energy. The schema for man (Adam) is Aleph (1), Dallet (4), Mem (40 or 600). The fact that Mem final can be 40 (i.e. resistance) and can leap to 600 (cosmic fertility) indicates the vast range of possibilities in Man. The true vocation of mankind is this transfiguration of 40 into 600.     Suares, The Cipher of Genesis, p.97


Adam Kadmon, the "Projection of Man," is Adam's destiny and realized state. In Adam, the Aleph is replaced with Qof, the cosmic reconciliation of Aleph and Yod, Timelessness and Time. This "cosmically realized" Adam Kadmon is the projection of   Aleph through     Adam/Man into     Noun, cosmic indetermination and achieved freedom.

And thus we see that the Adam Kadmon in Hebrew,         has a symbolic meaning. Reading this name in Hebrew from right to left, the letters are aleph-dallet-mem (Adam), qof-dallet-mem-vav-nun (Kadmon). In brief, aleph meets resistance (dallet and mem) and finally transforms this resistance of consciousness into cosmic possibilities. The resolution of this is the impossible life-death principle merging with its cosmic destiny and quantum leaping through resistance and the existential resistance of consciousness in endless fertilization of cosmically enlightened Human Beings. Thus, the full realization of Adam Kadmon comes from the sacred transformation of mind into matter.

    Fred Alan Wolf: Mind into Matter: A New Alchemy of Science and Spirit


In     Adam we saw   Aleph   immersed in blood     and confronting his future,     Meadim defined as     Adam in the     Waters of existence, Yod.

The East, or future of Adam is Meadim, while       Adam Kadmon's is in the        Garden     East of Eden.  

The allegory of this Adam in this "garden" Eden, Ayn-Dallet-Noun 70.4.700, is very complex and difficult to understand. One must examine it very carefully and patiently and not advance until one has assimilated it step by step. The garden east of Eden is "gan beeden meqaddam (Mem-Qof-Dallet-Mem: 40.100.4.40/600), and its letter-numbers give such precise information concerning it that no doubt is possible. This purely symbolic garden is ahead of and beyond us, in anticipation of Adam. It is characterized by the greatest instability imaginable. The "germ" Adam is to be thrown into a state of great activity, a whirlwind which will never give him time to "fossilize" or to stay fixed in any time or circumstance."

    Suares, The Cipher of Genesis , p.110


       
Adam/Man
   
Meadim/Mars
   
Kadmon
     
Meqaddam
       
Mayim/Waters


Adam Kadmon (Heb.) "Archetypal man, Humanity. The "Heavenly man" not fallen into sin. Kabalists refer it to the Ten Sephiroth on the plane of human perception." In the Kabala Adam Kadmon is the manifested Logos corresponding to our third Logos, the unmanifested being the first paradigmic ideal man, and symbolizing the universe in abscondito, or in its "privation" in the Aristotelean sense.

     The Key to Theosophy by H. P. Blavatsky


Note the gematria of Qadmon: 100+4+40+6+50 = 200 = Raysh = Cosmic Container. The body of the realized Adam is the Universe. The gematria of Adam Qadmon, 1455, is the same as the sum of the Four Worlds.



See: Adam | YHWY | Elohim | Eesh | Hheva | Adam Ve Hheva | Sepher Yetsira Index

and:   Adam Kadmon | The Projection of Man | Five Worlds | Primordial Man | The 3,10 Torus Knot, Adam Kadmon, and the Tree of Life




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