glossary

(Sanskrit) A symbolic character in the ancient Ramayana. Hanuman, the so-called "monkey God," (Hebrew Kuf); Hanuman is the manifested animal-mind-essence of Supreme Consciousness that spiritizes all. The word Hanuman comes from :

• “Ha” is a mantra that vibrates in the head; it means ‘Supreme Spirit.’ It is also another name of Lord Shiva (Binah).

• Nu means ‘that which spiritizes’

• Man means ‘mind’

Hanuman is the son of Vayu, the God of air and wind, and is thus called Maruti, "son of the wind."

Hanuman is a symbol of the human soul (Tiphereth / Manas) who must serve Lord Rama (the Bodhisattva). Study the lecture Kuf from the Alphabet of Kabbalah course.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"The one who has never loved does not know anything about life."

Samael Aun Weor, The Major Mysteries