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Oh, i know about the traditional decimation of the tarot system, and the interpretation you are giving here.

yes first, of course, acknowledge the microsocm, the tree within, now attendant with triumphs after .

I cannot follow where you are leading most of the time (including the first part of this post) but

*over half*was really approachable. Thank you.

i am trying to fashion a puzzle, where, you know, you might not exactly know the answer to, or perhaps even the question, to play and see what concepts come out, not to follow cannon - my own projections :light:

Yes, it is the same path, from a slightly different trajectory.

Ok, so let's take the first column our tree, not the one below. This makes comfortable sense.

The second, a completed hologram of perfection, another tree of life, 'our' Kether intersecting 'their' malkuth (it doesn't matter, look at the mirror), the third, the substrate of that.

We cannot move up or sliding window until we complete teh progression, or perhaps it is the same thing. the third tree is far from conceptually complete.

we could equate this to

. . . . . Ain = third column

. . . . . Ain Sof = 2nd column

. . . . . Ain Sof Aur = column 1

because after all, you know we are all fools.

So the Great Work is to continue the progression of the third tree upwards/Downwards( as suggested by the axis reversal).

first it was a mountain... then there was no mountain...

but also that there is a progression we can follow, or riff on, that will take us to the next level, but some things appear fixed. the transitions are equivalent.

what this is also saying is that we have already encoded the procedure of picking up after the "level translation" and inner transmutations, but are always on the serial progression - i.e. What comes after 21?

yes of course 0 (repeating the old), no of course, 22 (repeating the new).

The funny thing the biggest transition is the integer motion, and has no intermediate levels. Except if you are within it. At always the ten are made one

from here, if you go a bit fuzzy you consider larger values of 0 and small values of 1, but that would be silly, wouldn't it?

also probably a reminder that this just is, it's not really optional, your trajectory from one level to the next is conserved as well as from transformations within a level

if you want a physics definition.

and some say there is no karma.

*sigh*

perhaps lifetimes, perhaps within a lifetime, perhaps <i>in seconds</i>.

4 = 13 = 0 = 22

Ok, it's a 4. hmm stability. that

*is*a tough one. 22 is the obvious choice, but we need the understanding of this, because we have transitioned levels.

do we dare just do it by rote 22 = 4

no, we pay attention to the transition 8<=>11

Using the model of the matrix

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Y | 0 --- 1 --- 2 --- 3

H | 3 --- 4 --- 5 --- 6

V | 6 --- 7 --- 8 --- 9

H | 9 --- 10 -- 11 - 12

From a strictly geometric position this gives us eht advantage of being txen thgir to each other, while on the tree, the progression is more stepwise, here it appears a different topological transmutation

Or perhaps this explains why that transition is possible, and gives a list of others that are also possible, given the right conditions.

could there be more roads than one listed here?

Ph, but we are tyring to find out what is after 21, weren't we?

Now wordwise, the imprint of the level you strive for helps define X of the current one. every state, no matter where you are actually has this ability, to call on the others in this fashion, per the map. the tree of life is in itself. we only call this malkuth because we are here

we take our unknown state X, and perform the same type of transform with the level 'below' it (the next progression) as the 8<=>11 "meld" . the issue then is that these have no clear proper correspondence on the tree, unless you route them all through Da'ath first.

A proper notation would be then something like 6 <.>9

so 22 <.> 18, or 4 <.> 9, if we include decimation. if we reduce this, 4 = 9, the path to Kether. but that doesn't resolve anything, of course it is.

As usual when i roam, i have totally gone into territory only vaguely familiar, even to myself, except it's still trying to go the right direction, so...

Namaste.