- A notariqon of the names of the Egyptian Gods Isis, Apophis, Osiris,
and represents the formula of birth, death, and ressurection.
- Latin for "leader, commander." The Imperator one of three
governing offices at a temple. This office is further symbolized by
the Egyptian Godform of Nephthys.
- Feminine form of Imperator.
This acronym comes from the Crucifixion of Jesus
Christ, where on the top of the Crucifix was written the Latin phrase
Jesus Nazarenus Rex Jeducorum, which translates as "Jesus
of Nazareth, King of the Jews." Alchemists later ascribed to
it the meaning of Igne Natura Renovatur Integra, which translates
as "the whole of nature is renewed by fire," and Igne Nitrum
Raris Invenitum, which tranlates as "shining is rarely found
- A ritual, prayer, or ceremony designed to invoke a spirit or energy.
- To call or spirit or energy into a container, whether it be a person,
an object or a space. [compare to evoke]
- Iophiel -
- Hebrew for "Beauty of God," this is the name of the Intelligence