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  • Author:
    Carlo Suares
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    0394736311
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    978-0394736310
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    Shambhala; Reprint edition (September 12, 1978)
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The Cipher of Genesis unlocks the key to the lost traditions of the Book of Genesis . I am impressed that this book gives women such a powerful role in cosmology. I always have thought of Judaism as patriarchal to the nth degree

The Cipher of Genesis unlocks the key to the lost traditions of the Book of Genesis, offering profound implications for faiths rooted in the Hebrew Testament - Christianity. I always have thought of Judaism as patriarchal to the nth degree. It is nice to see a view of the power and mystery of the sacred feminine from a Qabbalistic point of view. I appreciate the idea that some of us are like Adam, of the Earth and Heaven, but interested mostly in continuity and comfort.

The Cipher of Genesis book. This is a difficult book to read but well worth the effort

The Cipher of Genesis book. This is a difficult book to read but well worth the effort. Jan 06, 2013 Bruno Curfs, . c. Recommends it for: spiritual seekers, scholars, Christians, Jews, Muslims, students of Kabbala. Shelves: nonfiction-religion. This profound book drew me into the revelation and freed me of religious shackles.

The Cipher of Genesis is Suares' gateway to the Revived Qabala, defined in terms appropriate for our times as the science of the structure of energy. What you will need:a careful reading of this book, and a Hebrew Bible or interlinear translation of Genesis. 5-10 hours of serious study to prepare the soil and plant the seed which will then either live or die.

Please also be aware that you may see certain words or descriptions in this catalogue which reflect the author’s attitude or that of the period in which the item was created and may now be considered offensive.

The cipher of Genesis; the original code of the Qabala as applied to the Scriptures. Berkeley : Shambala Publications. The cipher of Genesis; the original code of the Qabala as applied to the Scriptures Shambala Publications Berkeley 1970. Australian/Harvard Citation. Please also be aware that you may see certain words or descriptions in this catalogue which reflect the author’s attitude or that of the period in which the item was created and may now be considered offensive.

Published by Stuart & Watkins, London, 1967. Condition: near fine Soft cover. Shipping costs are estimates based on an "average" book weighing 2 pounds and measuring no more than 10 x 7 inches.

In Carlo Suares' book, Cipher of Genesis: The Original Code of the Qabala as Applied to th. .Suares points out that the last 5 Cosmological letter-numbers, called finals or sofit, are Existential letter-numbers that transform into Cosmological, and change shape when they appear at the end of a ‘word’. Three of the five change columns (. Mem, birth in the 4th column, becomes final Mem, the perfect seed in the 6th column). When specific words and phrases were understood based on the relationships of the three rows, there was revelation regarding the organic nature of our planet and perhaps the Universe.

The Cipher of Genesis unlocks the key to the lost traditions of the Book of Genesis, offering . Reading Genesis with knowledge of the code can project these forces into our very being and bring about the experience of Revelation

The Cipher of Genesis unlocks the key to the lost traditions of the Book of Genesis, offering profound implications for faiths rooted in the Hebrew ty, Judaism, and Islam. Reading Genesis with knowledge of the code can project these forces into our very being and bring about the experience of Revelation. Among Suares's key points are the evident ramifications of the hidden teachings on parts of the New Testament. It is from this perspective that he interprets the Gospels of Matthew and John in a new and thought-provoking way.

A book given to her by another resident of the community, The Cipher of Genesis: The Original Code of Qabala . She developed her own technique by reading Suares’ book dozens of times.

A book given to her by another resident of the community, The Cipher of Genesis: The Original Code of Qabala as Applied to the Scriptures, by French author Carlo Suares, provided both her inspiration and her lesson plan. She focused on specific phrases that describe the attributes of the Hebrew letters, not as linguistic components, but as patterns of energy

Carlo Giuseppe Suarès (1892–1976) was a French writer, painter and Kabbalah author. He was born the 12 May 1892 in Alexandria, Egypt of a very old Sephardi family that arrived in Spain probably with the Arab conquest

Carlo Giuseppe Suarès (1892–1976) was a French writer, painter and Kabbalah author. He was born the 12 May 1892 in Alexandria, Egypt of a very old Sephardi family that arrived in Spain probably with the Arab conquest.

Carlo Suares, published by Coombe Springs Press, 1982, with an.By this use it enables the revelation to be transmitted.

There is also a steady stream of books about the Bible, books about the Dead Sea Scrolls, books about the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible, books about books about the Bible. We are entitled to ask whether anything of real value is achieved by all this activity, whether it is getting anywhere.

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This is a strange book to me. It opens my mind up to questions I had not considered and leaves those questions largely open.

I understand that this book deals with such kinds of questions, ones which we may never be able to answer. We certainly cannot answer them with the everyday mind and everyday language because these questions are to large to be captured by mere words and concepts. After all, words are a means to convey a concept, and a concept is a mental model or simplification of reality, and a level removed from reality. You may think your HD TV is just great, but an image of a person, no matter how lifelike it appears, is not the same as the living, breathing, flesh and blood reality of one in your presence. Neither is an image of a meal a meal itself.

This book is based on Qabbalistic interpretation of Hebrew words as the meaning derives from the letters and the number the letters mean. This is an unusual way to regard words because the word's meaning is not derived phonetically but by numerology.

There are many surprises in the book, and intriguing ones to me. According to this book, the usual way these stories are understood is wrong, or incomplete, or misleading.

I was especially interested in Adam and Eve and Cain and Able. It seems that this book will upset everything you might have understood about these stories. The book even touches on Jesus and Judas and their true relationship a bit at the end. The interpretation of Judas is not new to me, but it might be an eye-opener to you. As to the serpent and the Garden of Eden, I never saw it coming.

I am impressed that this book gives women such a powerful role in cosmology. I always have thought of Judaism as patriarchal to the nth degree. It is nice to see a view of the power and mystery of the sacred feminine from a Qabbalistic point of view.

I find some of the ideas in the book very useful in my everyday meditations and my everyday world view. I appreciate the idea that some of us are like Adam, of the Earth and Heaven, but interested mostly in continuity and comfort. I affectionately call this type the "lizard on the rock". You know, a lizard finds a nice rock in the warm sun and wants to stay like that forever. I also see Bilbo Baggins like this: enjoying his three breakfasts and the comforts of his home.

In contrast is the need to grow spiritually, and for that one needs disruption and discontinuity. That is what Eve represents, and what Bilbo's mother's side of the family, the Tooks, represent. When Bilbo is comfortable at home, that is his Baggins' side. When he accepts the adventure and leaves home, that is his Tookish side. It is interesting that Gandalf the Wizard play the instigator role, but it is Bilbo who must either accept or reject the opportunity to grow. Bilbo accepts. Had he not, Tolkien would have had no book.

I wish that the book had some explanations for some of its concepts. I would like to understand more about 'resistance" and "resistance to life", more than I just intuited and made up for myself. Along the same lines, I would like to hear more about the container, or the husk, around the "germ" of life.

This is a good book, and unsettling book, and in that sense it can represent a more forward for those who read it and profit by what it says.
Mmsa
In this unique text, Carlo Suares (1892-1976), utilizing Qabalistic code (meaning “gematria,” the ancient “science” of using the letters of the Hebrew alphabet as numbers to reveal hidden meanings of spiritual texts) seeks to provide the cipher, or algorithmic code, of Genesis and the teachings of Jesus – and fails miserably.

The only reason I gave this book three stars is for Suares’s great idea and bold attempt. Unfortunately, Suares is unqualified for the task. Not only does he exhibit limited understanding of the meaning of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet, he also has no real understanding of spirituality. In short, he is in over his head with this text. Moreover, his writing is not agreeable, but rather cryptic, ambiguous, stilted, and “psychologized.”

Anybody intimate with J.Krishnamuti’s teachings, will quickly recognize that Suares “spiritual” analyses and interpretations of the Bible are right out Krishnamurti. And unsurprisingly, Suares, clearly taken with Krishnamurti, wrote a book on his teachings (“Krishnamurti and the Unity of Man”).

I am an expert on Krishnamurti’s teachings – in the 1970s I participated in various J. Krishnamurti groups—and only an “uninitiated” spiritual philosopher would attempt to marry J. Krishnamurti’s teachings with Qabalah. J. Krishnamurti had great potential, but after “First and Last Freedom” (see my five-star review) and “Commentaries on Living,” he went flat. There is no spiritual (or energetic) dimension to his teachings, which became a repetitive, “psychologized” drone after the aforesaid texts. Simply put, Krishnamurti did not “crack the cosmic code,” and neither does Suares in “The Cipher of Genesis.”

I’ve had “The Cipher of Genesis” for several years, and twice before attempted to read it. But each time I gave up because Suares didn’t impress me, and I didn’t want to take the time to learn the esoteric meaning of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. But a bright young lady who posts at my Facebook group (Electrical-Hermetic Christianity) insisted that I needed to give it another try -- and so I did. And this time I took several hours to figure out the esoteric meaning of the Hebrew letters. (I went to a few websites for different perspectives.)

What did I find? Two important things: First, Suares’s interpretation of the letters does not closely match mine; second, there are four basic gematria methods, so the numbers Suares uses are hardly etched in stone as the right ones.

I really believe that Suares had a great idea with his application of gematria to the Bible and qabala, and hopefully in the future someone more qualified will carry this work forward.
Skillet
Novices and initiates will enter unprepared for Carlo's world view and fail to see the multiple dimensions as one. The astute reader will be able to use this as a tool to change a vine into a tree. You will get out of it what you put into it. This book is much like Aesop's elephant among the blind men. Carlo changed my life for the better and for eternity.
Yozshujinn
Brilliant
Damdyagab
Really interesting book. Makes one think.
Kelerius
I gave this book 3 stars cause,
1) its a tad difficult to read
due to the authors train of thought…..
He begins in one arena and then goes on and on and on (with what I find to be
somewhat boring) just to end with what he could've said up front.
Some may like that, but I like to get to the point.
Purchased this because I read Glynda-Lee Hoffmann and the way in which she
portrayed this work, I was fascinated…..
I am NOT saying the book is not good……..
Winail
Had this book when it first came out. Needed a replacement to review some research project. If you are into Mysticism especially Jewish Mysticism this book and in fact any of Carlo Suares books are extremely informative. what you get out of them depends on your intention. I would not recommend them for beginners but if you already have an inkling of understanding of Jewish mysticism or Quabalah/kabbalah then by all means get the book.
It's amazing book which averybody should read. One of the best interpretation or explanation of the book of Genesis