Tiphareth

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6 - Tiphareth
KeterBinahChokhmahDa'atGevurahChesedTiferetHodNetzachYesodMalkuthTavReshDaletGimelPeiMemAlephKafShinBetLamedNunAyinTetHetYodhSamechTsadiZayinQophVavQophHeiPillar of SeverityPillar of EquilibriumPillar of MercyThe Sefirot in Jewish Kabbalah
About this image
Position in the Tree of Life
Keyword Beauty
Name of God Yod-Heh-Vav-Heh El-Oh-Ah-Va-Da-ath (Jehovah Eloah Va Da'ath)
Archangel Raphael, Healing of God
Order of Angels Melachim, Kings
Tarot Cards Six
Paths
Symbol Shemesh (the Sun)
Colors
  1. clear rose-pink
  2. yellow
  3. rich salmon pink
  4. golden amber
Animal dog
Gods (The sacrified/murdered and risen gods) Balder, Jesus Christ, Osiris, Dionysis, Attis, Bacchus, The Green Man, The Fisher King
Scent frankincense

Tiphareth is the Sixth Sephiroth in the kabalistic Tree of Life.

Other names: Zeir Anpin - the Lesser Countenance, Adam - the man - the son - Son of Man, Christ consciousness, The Fields of Harmony

The Sixth Path is called th Mediating Intelligence, because in it are multiplied the influxes of the Emanations; for it causes that influence to flow into all the reservoirs of the blessings with which they them selves are united.

— the Sepher Yetzirah


Correspondences in Fiction

Buffy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, at the end of series five she dies in dawns place to save the world, and is reborn at the start of series six.

Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings, falls fighting the Balrog, to save the other members of the fellowship, and is reborn as Gandalf the White.

Aslan in the Narnia chronicles, is sacrificed by the witch in place of Edmund, the traitor, and is then reborn.

Spock in Star Trek (The Wrath of Khan) sacrifices himself to save the enterprise and is reborn in the Search for Spock.

Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars, although he's not actually reborn, except as a force ghost.