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Haborym

Haborym as Nimrod, a statue at The Israel Museum in Jerusalem

Haborym Seal

Haborym the Hunter or Aim, is a Great Strong Duke. He appeareth in the form of a very handsome Man in body, but with three Heads; the first, like a Serpent, the second like a Man having two Stars on his Forehead, the third life a Calf.

The two stars on Haborym's forehead represents Orion and Sirius. Both are great hunters. In Sumeria, Orion is mulSIPA.ZI.AN.NA, meaning "True Shepherd of An", the star of Papsukkal; whilst Sirius was called mulKAK.SI.SA the star of Ninĝirsu (Ninurta). Sirius comes from the Greek word Seirios, meaning "glowing" or "scorcher".

Haborym rideth on a Viper, carrying a Firebrand in his Hand, wherewith he setteth cities, castles, and great Places, on fire. He maketh thee witty in all manner of ways, and giveth true answers unto private matters.

C. 3600 BC, the Spirit of Haborym entered into Nimrod, son of Cush and a great-grandson of Noah. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord and mighty in all the earth, a King of Shinar. The beginning of his kingdom was Babel. At the time of Nimrod's rule, the whole earth was of one language and one speech. This was at least four generations after the flood when men lived about 100 years old.

The Tower

Haborym led Nimrod to settle in the land of Shinar. His kingdom stretched as far north as present day Mosul, Iraq (Nineveh in the Bible). In central Shinar, Nimrod said, "Come, let us make brick and burn it in the fire." So they had brick for stone, and slime for mortar. Also he said, "Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto the heaven, that we may get us a name."

But the Lord of Hosts was not happy with this arrangement.

The tower was touched and the builders abandoned it. The Tower card in Tarot is symbolic of this event. Although Nimrod set out to build the tower, he may have been put in a position to burn it down so that no remains were ever found.

2600 years later, the Spirit of Haborym came unto King Hiram I of Tyre in 1,000 BC. His name meaning "exalted", "high-born". King Hiram allied himself with King David of Israel and built David's palace in Jerusalem. Hiram maintained his alliance with David's son and successor King Solomon. Both kings grew rich through trade, and Hiram sent Solomon architects, workmen, cedar wood, and gold to build the First Temple in Jerusalem.

But again, this Temple was destroyed — in 586 BC by Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, when he came to conquer Jerusalem.

After the death of King Hiram I, the Spirit of Haborym returned again 2600 years later to establish the Age of Illuminati, popularly known as Enlightenment or Reason. One of the first known works for this period is Isaac Newton's Principia Mathematica (1687). The Illuminati came into public awareness because of Adam Weishaupt having established a lodge in Germany in 1776, often called the Bavarian Illuminati. It is historically mistaken as the first lodge.

These are the beginnings of the new world order, from Babel's masons (Serpent the Older), Hiram's masons of freemasonry (Man the Face), and the Illuminati (Calf the Younger and Hidden): these are the three heads of Haborym.

But God is dead and is not watching, and this new order will stand. As they say—three times a charm.

Haborym's mystical number is 26.

Sources[]

  • Johann Weyer, Pseudomonarcbia daemonum, In Opera Omnia (Amstelodami, 1660, pp. 649-666)
  • 777 And Other Qabalistic Writings of Aleister Crowley, pp. 29 rev. ed.
  • Goetia vel Clavicula Salamonis Regis, p. 19
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