Α = 1
β = 2
ρ = 100
α = 1
α = 1
ς = 200
“365 is “the number of the Spirits of the Days gathered together in one composite personality.” ~ Manly P. Hall
“Mostly depicted with the head of a Rooster, the Chaldean Oracles depict Abraxas as the head of a Hawk:
“Theurgists assert that he is a God, and celebrate him as both older and younger, as a circulating and eternal God, as understanding the whole number of all things moved in the world, and moreover infinite through his power and of a spiral form.”
Carl Jung described the Abraxas of the Seven Rays in, The Seven Sermons To The Dead as;
“Abraxas speaketh that hallowed and accursed word which is life and death at the same time. Abraxas begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness in the same word and inthe same act. Therefore is Abraxas terrible.”
YHWH to the Jews.
IAO to the Greeks.
According to the Chaldean Oracles:
“The Chaldæans call the God (Dionysus or Bacchus) Iao in the Phœnician tongue (instead of the intelligible light), and he is often called Sabaoth, signifying that he is above the seven poles, that is the Demiurgus.”
Above the Seven Rays.
Abraxas is the Unbeing maker (Arche) of the gods and goddesses.
Even above Zeus.
The Chaldean Oracles assert the same as Hall and Jung of all the personalities combined into One personality:
“Containing all things in the one summit of his own hyparxis, he himself subsists wholly beyond.”
The bible also supports Jung, Hall and the Chaldeans:
“I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.”
The many composed as one