Letter B

B is the second letter of the alphabet as "Beta" - in Greek, "B" - in English. In Hebraic it is "Beth" which means the mouth, the door of the church and science. In Cyrillic it is "Buki". Its numerical value is 2. It is an element of the created world. It is a plurality of the outset.  It is a letter of Phoenician origin. In Arabic B is Ba, while Alif Ba (so it would be AB) is a word that in Egyptian mythology represented the spirit, the embodiment of strength and power, which continued to exist after death. In alchemy B expresses the relationship between the four main elements. It contains an element of composition of all things. It is an origin of difference and diversity.

In the Slavic tradition Beregynya is a female figure who lives on the bank of the river, protects people from evil spirits, foresees the future and takes care of the kids who are alone near the river. Therefore Beregynya is considered the Mother Goddess of the earth and fertility, and all living things. The Mother Goddess gives birth to the souls who come to incarnate on Earth, and takes life, when it's time. Therefore, Beregynya can also be called as the soul of Life and Death.





Letter L - According to Kabbalah the letter L stands for the principle of power, it is an integral part of the name of God (Limmud).

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 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.

Letter S - In Latin graphically S is a snake like a spiral. It gives the idea of the double helix that seems to complete each other.

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