glossary

(Hebrew) "The Hebrew word for seven is sheba. Seven is very significant in the economy of God. It is the most frequently used number in the Bible. From it is shaba, meaning, "to be complete... to seven oneself, i.e. swear (as if by repeating a declaration seven times)" Seven speaks of fullness, completion, perfection. Nothing can be added to or taken from it without it becoming marred. Being a prime number makes it divisible only by itself. The word shabath is derived from shaba, and means, to cease, desist, REST, and from this word comes Shabbath, a DAY OF REST. Therefore, seven/sheba/shabbath speaks of a completed work wherein rest (death) is found.”

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"Take everything from each moment, because each moment is a child of Gnosis, each moment is absolute, alive and significant. Momentariness is a special characteristic of the Gnostics. We love the philosophy of momentariness."