Maps of Correspondences

Maps of Correspondences

Different things that can be conceptually tied together using chains of correspondences

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Maps of Correspondences

Maps of Correspondences

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"We communicate by explaining how some new thing is like an existing thing, or how on thing corresponds with another. Words correspond to our thoughts and ideas. Words correspond with ideas, and the ideas in turn correspond with external reality. In fact without such correspondences we are reduced to grunting in a cave. With these correspondences we can communicate. The letters of one language correspond to the words of another, as all our human concepts have similar roots. Even the letters that make up a word correspond with numbers, and allow us to do the calculations of Isopseohy and the Gematria of practical Kabbalah, to investigate things which we otherwise may not have been able to grasp."

"In a perfect holistic universe everything (and every non-thing) is connected to everything else. But not everything corresponds to everything else. Things are divided into categories, in order that they may function, and that we may be able to think about them. In the beginning was the 'Word', or the differentiation into yin and yang, or the Light, or the 'first swirlings', or whatever you wish to call it. However you like to phrase it, the essential act of creation was division. This is also reflected in biological necessity where growth comes about by the division of cells.

Such division is also necessary in the structure of thought. Until we categorize and label it is not possible to compare and contrast, therefore logical thought is not possible."

"Correspondences are the different things (often physically remote) that can be conceptually tied together using the 'chains of correspondences'. For example one chain of correspondences ties together the color red, the god Mars, his planet, the fifth Sephirah, the sword, the ruby, and so on"   - Stephen Skinner

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        "We communicate by explaining how some new thing is like an existing thing, or how on thing corresponds with another. Words correspond to our thoughts and ideas. Words correspond with ideas, and the ideas in turn correspond with external reality. In...