(or Keter; Hebrew כתר; means Crown) The first sephirah of the Tree of Life, and can be called the Ancient of Days.
- Aztec: Tepeu K’Ocumatz
- Christian: The Father
- Egyptian: Osiris-Ra
- Gnostic: The First Logos; The 10th Aeon
- Hindu: Brahma
- Mayan: Huracan Kakulha
- Nordic: Odin
- Represents: The active / projective principle of the Trinity.
- Body: Dharmakaya, the Body of the Law
- Dimension: Seventh or Zero Dimension
- Heaven of: Neptune
- Level of Consciousness: Dharmakaya (Buddhist), Haioth ha Kadosh (Kabbalah), Seraphim (Christian)
"Kether is the Father within us, a breath from the Absolute, profoundly unknowable to Himself. Kether is the Ancient of Days. Each one of us, in our depth, is a blessed Ancient of Days... Indeed, each one of us has in the depths of our consciousness a Venerable Elder. This is the First Logos. The Kabbalists denominate Him Kether. The Ancient of Days is androgynous, meaning man and woman at the same time. Kether is the first and last synthesis of our Being. The Elder of Days is the first terribly divine emanation of the Abstract Absolute Space. The Ancient of Days is original in each human being. He is the Father; therefore, there are as many Fathers in heaven as there are human beings on Earth."- Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah
"O Supernal cause, I wish to strive for your honor, to establish the attributes of Aba and Ima, for your honor's sake." - Zohar 16:4
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