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The letter S

 

The letter S is the 19th letter. It is the 15th letter in the Hebrew alphabet. Its numerical value is 200 in the Cyrillic alphabet, in Hebrew - 60. In Hebrew, it is considered sacred because it contains the initial of God, Sameh. Its symbol is an arrow moving in a circle. In Cyrillic S is written as C and represents a waning moon. In Latin graphically S is a snake like a spiral. It gives the idea of the double helix that seems to complete each other. In sacred geometry it is represented as a circle with a cross, which is associated with the destinations of the areas of Paradise in the Kabbalah.
In Slavic C is a letter of power. For the Slavs it is a letter of victory, the warrior who fights sacrificing himself for the good. The magical significance of this letter is directly linked to its definition regarding to victory, power and integrity.

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Letter M - It is believed that the letter M is the most sacred: masculine and feminine agree in it, it represents the symbol of water.

Letter D - It is a letter of Phoenician origin. It is the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet - Delta - where the world began.

Letter A -  stands for the sound, the great mystical power and acts of magic.

Letter C - is considered to be sacred because it contains the first letter of Christ.

Letter B - In alchemy B expresses the relationship between the four main elements. It contains an element of composition of all things.

Letter E - It is the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet. It includes all aspects of the soul.

Letter F -  represents a vertical axis that brings divine energies. It symbolizes the balance of thoughts, body and spirit.

Letter O -  is present in all languages, and it looks like a disk of the sun, symbolizing perfection.

Letter R - It is connected with the divine name Rahim (mercy). Road (in English). The roads have no beginning and no end ...

Letter P - In Kabbalah Pe symbolized the mouth. P has the meaning of victory, willpower and self-control.

Letter T - In the ancient Greek language to write the letter T, as the Phoenicians, it was used the sign of the cross of St. Andrew, and sometimes included a circle.

 

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