Aythirs and Blue Qabbalah


Aythirs and Blue Qabbalah is a project whose aim is entering the deep of the origin, both of the cosmos and of mankind. This ambitious  aim is sustained through the main source, which is the Book of Genesis, looking inside through by the Jewish tradition in its inner and better springs (Talmud, Zohar and the Rashi’s and Kimchi’s commentary) improved by come kabbalistic sources as the Sepher Raziel. This repertory is additioned with the Qumran and Nag-Hammadi manuscripts (including, respectively, the Enochian’ and the Gnosis’ writings). Furthermore, the doctrine goes beyond the Jewish tradition, including the Egyptian source of the Papirus of Ani (sometimes called “Egyptian Book of the Dead”) and the Mesopotamian collection of early hymns. This approach is completely far from syncretism, because it is not the mix of etherogeneal sources but, instead, the concentrical view on the core of the same doctrine, interepreted and remastered through by a plural approach, like to look at the same things from different perspectives. This approach don’t forget that astronomy has been banished in Western countries for centuries, and the come back of this ancient knowledge (the solar system appears wlle understood in rupestrian Assyrian and Chaldaic artworks, and perfectly theorized in kabbalistic writings like Raziel or Yetzirah) through by the translations of Greek (Orphic) theogonies by the Arabs. Through this side the ancient knowledge re-entered Western countries and took an apogee with the so-called “Enochian” transposition of the Major and Lesser Key of Salomon made by John Dee in Renaissance United Kingdom, including a possibility of magical operational ceremonies related to the “Aythirs”, being the same tradition that will arrive to William Blake and modenrn Enlightenment’s thought. In a contemporary perspective, we may refer to Allen Ginsberg’s concept of “Bop” Qabbalah, meaning a modern and understandable concept of exposition of the old tradition. We prefer to talk about a “Blue” Qabbalah, being the blue closer to the original spirit of light, as in a burning candle. Moreover, this work is not a complete one but a blueprint of something else, whose aim is to contribute to a new and improved awareness.