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Secrets of the Psalms by GODFREY SELIG Lectotetand PoblithetAfragment of the practical kabala, with e1tracts from otherkabalistic writings, as translated by the Author CopyrightI88ZDorene Publishing Co., Inc. Arlington, TA 7b004/ rhttreserved. No rt cJ tbit book my bt reproduced in any form or by anymeans, wirhour permiss1on in wrriflfrom tht publisher. L_hIh tnIn_..................J8nu8ty, T99Urtint in L.. ."When thou hast shutthe door and darkened thy room, say not to thyself that thou artalive, God is in the room." -Epictetus "The act of praying is thevery highest energy of what the human mind is capable." L Lord,keep me sensitive to the grace that is around me. May the familiarnot be neglected. May I see thy goodness in my daily bread, and maythe comfort of my home take my thoughts to the mercy seat of God."It is a great art to commune with God." -Thomas A. Kempis Keepyourself in the love of God. "He loves everyone as though therewere but one of us to love." -St. Augustine `11` L1 11 `T1^`TABLEOF CONTENTS Psalm for woman who is pregnant .... . Psalm fordangerous confinement .... . Psalm for danger at sea or storm ...... Psalm for severe headache or backache ......... . Psalm for luck. . . ....... . Psalm for court cases .. Psalm to heal diseases ofthe eyes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......... . Psalm forcross condition and to overcome enemies plotting against you .. .Psalm to be successful in business .. . Psalm to cure male children............... . 99J0J0J0JJJ2J2J3J3Psalm to overcome an evilspirit. . . . . . . ................... . ... J4Psalm to overcomefear and stop persecution ....... . Psalm to overcome persecutinginfluences. . ........... . Psalm to protect from bodily sufferingsand unnatural death .... . Psalm to become free from slander andmistrust ... Psalm against insanity or melancholy moods . Psalm tofind out name of robbers ..... . Psalm to turn sorrow into joy........ . Psalm to keep secure from all evil ...... . Psalm if youare about to be attacked .. . Psalm for a protracted and dangerousconfinement Psalm to become free from danger and suffering ... .Psalm for danger at sea . . . . . . . ....... . Psalm to keep allmisfortune ay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ....... . Psalm to receive instruction or fnformationthrough a dream or vision. Psalm to escape danger of floods. . . .. . . . . . . . ........ . Psalm for someone to undergo severeimprisonment ... . Psalm to receive hospitality....... . .......... Psalm to become reconciled with your enemy .. . Psalm to cast outan evil spirit . . . . . . ....... . Psalm to be safe from all eviloccurrences. Psalm to escape vexation. . . . . . . . Psalm toreceive grace, love and mercy ..... . Psalm to keep children alive. . . . .. Psalm to have high people receive you favorably .. Psalmfor a law suit ...... . Psalm against all libel........................ . Psalm for anyone who drank too much .... Psalm if the law is taking measures to punish you .. Psalm tofree yourself from evil spirits . . . - . . . ............ . Psalmif enemies have made you lose money and have caused you to bemistrusted. . . .......... . Psalm to become safe from enemies . .. . . . . ................. . Psalm for making up between man andwife ...J4J4J4J515J5J5JbJ7J7JJJJ9J9J9J9202020202J2J2J2J2222222222232323Psalm to make yourself be believed by your fellowmen. Psalm toovercome fever in a member of your family . .... 23Psalm to receivegood after committing a heavy sin .... . Psalm to free yourselffrom slander . . . . . . . . . ....... . Psalm to revenge yourselffrom secret enemies ... . Psalm to free yourself from the influenceof passion .. . Psalm to make yourself fortunate in any of yourundertakings ... . Psalm to prevent harm when a vicious dog attacksyou .............. . Psalm to make yourself safe from beingpossessed with evil. . ........ . Psalm to make soldiers safe frominjury . . . ............. . Psalm to make your home lucky. . ....*......... . Psalm to receive holy blessings..... ...................... . Psalm to overcome trouble, and loss frombusiness partners ... . Psalm for those travelling at sea, to makethemselves safe a"nd free from all accidents ............ . Psalmto become fortunate in all undertakings Psalm when possessed withan evil spirit .................. . Psalm for severe imprisonmentan fever caused by evil influence . Psalm to free yourself from theslavery of sensuousness and to conquer enemies ........ . Psalm toreceive power liberating one from prison .. Psalm to make yourselfforever safe from poverty ... AND MANY L1HlKSJ50 Psalms of David(King James Version) beginning at page422424252525252b2b2b2b2727272727222INTRODUCTION It cannot be deniedthat true, wi se and enl i ghtened Kabal ists l ived at one ti me,and that some sti l l l ive. But such do not wander from pl ace topl ace, offeri ng thei r art for sale, in order that they mayaccumul ate weal th, but they are sati sfied to remai n quietl y in the pi l l ared pal ace of Sol omon, where they are constantl yemployed i n gatheri ng di vi ne wi sdom, so that (as they expressi t), they may fi nal ly become worthy to recei ve the hi dden gifts from above. I mysel f know such a man, who obtai ned exalted wisdom from the Kabal a, and who, notwithstandi ng his extremepoverty, never undertakes a kabal i st i c process for money. WhenI once asked hi m why he refused to wri te a desi red amulet for anoble lord, he offered hi m a l arge sum for hi s services, heanswered me wi th an adage from the wel l-known Pi rke Awoth (Extract or Fragment from the Father): "Dei tschtammasch BetaggoChalof," that is to say, "whosoever accepts the crown for hi sreward, wi l l peri sh suddenly. Not for al l the money in theworld woul d I do such a thi ng. But i f I can assist my needy neighbor therewi th, then I wi l l do what I can, trusti ng i nthe_omni potence of the Most Holy, without looki ng for a reward.For my necessary support I do not feel any concern, for the Al mighty has methods to support me i f I trust in Hi m. Why, he evencares for the sparrow." It is Parti cul arl y remarkable that thegreatest and most genui ne Kabal ists of the Jewi sh nati on werenearl y al l fol l owers and di sci ples of the blessed Savi our ofthe world, and they are so sti l l , as I can prove satisfactorily, by numerous passages from thei r wri ti ngs and prayers. Letthis suffi ce for thi s one ki nd of men. But that Kabal ists l iveand sti l l l ive, who engage i n experiments, and who performedwonderful works, and who wi l l yet do wonderf ul thi ngs, i s also an undeni able fact, unless we are prepared to condemn al l thatwas ever said upon this subject by renowned men of wi sdom. Thecelebrated and wel l-known Prussi an Hussar, Lord of Archenwooddecl ares, in a descri pti on of London, that there l i ves a manin that city, whose name is Doctor Fal con, who is known to be agreat Kabal i st, and who i s vi si ted and consul ted by the mosthonorable and i ntel l i gent people of London. He states further,that thi s same Dr. Fal con, l ived not very long si nce i nBrussel s under the name of J ude Chayl i m, Schmul Ful k, whoaccordi ng to the evi dence of the French Duke of Nancy, i n hi spubl ished memoi rs of kabal istic processes, performed the mostastoni shi ng feats. I confi dentl y hope and trust, and I canassert wi thout hesi tati on, that my l ittle book cannot have atendency to foster supersti ti on. Take i t for granted that one ofmy readers shoul d choose to empl oy one of the methods descri bedi n these pages in order to ad:ompl i sh a desi red object, hiseagerness to satisfy curi osi ty wi l l soon di sappear when hetakes i nto consideration the hard terms and strict moral i ty which are requi red to avai l hi msel f to them in order to deri veany benefi t or be successful in thei r use. Before concl udi ng mypreface, i t i s necessary to gi ve the reader some i nstructionconcerni ng the arrangement of thi s vol ume. We fi nd in it, for instance, si ngle words, names, sentences, and i ndeed enti reexperi ments, 4 pri nted i n the Hebrew and Chal dean l anguages.Thi s fact shoul d not prevent any one from purchasi ng the book.Because al l the words pri nted i n Hebrew and Chal daie, which arei ntended to be i mpressed upon the mi nd, are al so pri nted i n Engli sh i n pl ai n terms, and they have been careful l y translated. So far as the Hebrew passages are concerned, the meani ng ofeach passage and experi ment fol l ows i mmedi ately i n Engl ish,or i t i s pl aced beneath the Hebrew expressi on. I have made this arrangement in compl i ance wi th a request from a number ofpromi nent persons, to make sure that the transl ation is genui neand correct. The chapter and verses of Holy Scri pture, where al lpassages quoted may bfJound, are al so correctl y recorded. F O REWO R D Extract from the preface of the Kabalistic Publisher I t isuni versal l y known and acknowledged, that we are named after themost hol y name of the Ruler of the Worl d and that we recei ve thehol y decal ogue or the written law from hi m. I t i s further well known that i n additi on to the laws which he gave to Mosesengraved upon stone, he al so gave to hi m certai n verbal l aws,by which, through hi s protracted stay upon the mountai n Si nai ,where al l Doctri nes, expl anati ons of mysteries, hol y names ofGod and the angel s, and parti cul arl y how to appl y thi sknowledge to the best i nterest of man, were entrusted to hi m. All these doctri nes whi ch God Jronounced good, but whi ch were notgeneral l y made known, and whi ch i n the course of ti me were called the Kabal a, or Traditi ons, Moses communicated, dur i ng hi slife, to J oshua, hi s successor. J oshua handed them over to theel ders, the el ders gave them to the j udges, and from them to themen of the great synagogue, and these gave them unto the wise men,and so the Kabal a was handed down from one to the other-from mouthto mouth-to the present day: Therefore do we know that i n theThora are many names of the Most High and his angel s, besi desdeep mysteries, whi ch may be appl ied to the wel fare of man, butwhich, on account of the perverseness of humanity and to guard against their abuse, have been hidden from the great mass of human beings. Everythi ng that I have here stated i s as clear as the sunand needs no further proof. and i t i s equal l y clear and incontroverti ble that Al l -merci ful gave the Thora i n the beginni ng to promote man at the same ti me. Therefore has God endowedthe best i nterests of the soul and the body of her with exal tedtalents, powers and vrrtues that, wi th a rati onal use of her, manmay protect hi msel f from danger when no other hel p is at handand save hi msel f s i mpl y by utteri ng the words of the Li vi ngGod. On thi s account, the expressi on, "For i t is thy l i fe,"occurs frequentl y in the Thora. And Sol omon says i n hi sProverbs, vi 22: "When thou goest it shal l lead thee, and whenthou sleepest it shal l keep thee." That the Psal ms and the Thoraare equal i n hol i ness and worthi ness, wi l l not be cal led i nquesti on. Our wi se men decl are, "He who wi l l dai ly l ive closer to God, who deserves to uni te hi s soul wi th Hi m, and whois wi l l i ng to l ive i n the cl osest communi cati on with hi m,shoul d often pray the Psal ms, with fervor and devoti on. Happy is the man who does thi s dai ly and hourly, for hi s reward wi l lbe great." The Psal ms are formed and 3di vi ded i nto fi ve books,just l i ke the Thora. We can, therefore, i mpl i citl y trust i nthe doctrines of the enl i ghtened Kabalists, when they assert thatthe Almighty accorded equal tal ents and powers to the Psal ms ashe di d to the Thora, and that i n them many names of the Most HighMajesty of God and hi s angel s, besi des, many mysteries, arehidden. Yet, dear reader, you must not doubt. Through a pi ous life and by a rati onal use of the Psal ms you may obtai n the graceof God, the favor of pri nces and magi strates and the l ove ofyour fel l ow-men. You wi l l be enabl ed to promote your ownwelfare. That thi s i s aft true, the contents of the prayer, wi thwhi ch we end each Psal m, and whi ch we are i n duty bound topray, wi l l ampl y demonstrate. But the correctness of i t i s also establ ished by the teachi ngs of the Tal mud and of the ol d wise men, who assure us, that many of our famous forefathers avai ledthemselves of apparentl y supernatural means from ti me to ti me,to protect thei r best i nterests. The truth of thi s I can establi sh by the most trustworthy wi tnesses; yea, coul d even menti onsome great men, who by a proper use of the Psal ms, performed greatworks. Such examples are rare. let it suffi ce. I present you wi tha few passages out of standard books, through whi ch you wil lbecome ful l y convi nced that the Al mighty has gi ven hi srevealed word true and unexampl ed talents and power, and that, inan extreme case of necessi ty, we are permi tted to make use of this gi ft of God, for our own and our neighbor' s welfare. As forexample, to cast out evi l spi rits; to rel ieve deep mel ancholyand to cure grievous di sease; to set free pri soners who have beeni mpri soned; to arrest and res i st enemies, opponents, murderersand hi ghway robbers: to quench the fiercest fi res; to resi st floods of water, to defend i nnocence and to reveal i t; and tofoster good fortune, wel l-bei ng and peace in a general manner.Read the treati se on thi s subject, of the excellent Rabbi Sc.hinmschon bar Abraham, i n hi s book entitled, "Responsi onesRaschaba." Exami ne the words of the enl i ghtened Rabbi J ochananben Sackas in thi s Treati se of the Tal mud and Senhedri n, Chap.2, where he treats of magi cal conj urati ons, and where he assertsand proves, that i t i s al lowed, i n dangerous and i ncurable diseases, to make use of words and passages i n the Hol y Scri pturefor thei r cure. You wi l l f i nd more or less si mi l arreferences i n the treati se of Sabbath i n the Tal mud, as well asi n the Responsoni bus, by Zemach, son of Si moni s, i n whi ch theNi nety-second Psal m, with certai n prescri ptions added, are highl y recommended as a certai n Jl eans to avoid sufferi ng anddanger, even i n case of war, fi re and si mi l ar i nstances,enabl i ng us to escape unharmed, free, secure and wi thout hindrance. Under such happy ci rcumstances, i t i s surely ri ght andproper, that such wholesome knowledge, whi ch up to thi s day wasknown but to a few men, and then onl y the learned, was yet free toal l , but found onl y i n the l i braries and cabi nets of thegreat, although not general ly known, shoul d at least, i n somedegree, be brought to l ight. Si nce, however, I cannot gai n myobject i n any other way than gi vi ng these pages to the worl d in a pri nted form, and si nce they wi l l unavoidabl y 6 fal l into unclean hands, I feel mysel f constrai ned, in order to preventan unworthy use of them, to extend thi s preface, whi ch mi ghtotherwi se, very properl y have ended here, i n l ayi ng down a fewrul es and l i mits. Do not, however, be di scouraged for I am really endeavoring to promote your best i nterests and shiel d you fromharm. 1. I f you are wi l l i ng to avai l yoursel f of the means indi cated, I want you to attempt i t in a case of extreme necessity, and when there i s no other hel p at hand. ^2. If thi s be so,i n experi menti ng, pl ace your trust i n the goodness and powerof the Most High and ever blessed God, upon whom you may perhapshave hi therto cal led under an unknown hol y name. 3. The ordained Psal m, for thi s or the other undertaki ng, besi des theappropriate prayer, you must pray wi th a broken, contrite heart toGod, and i n addition to thi s keep i n mi nd the added hol y namewi th i ts letters, whi ch are gi ven the wi se Kabal ists. At thesame ti me you must have your undertaking conti nual ly before youreyes. 4. I must say to you, i f you wish to console yoursel f withthis hel p, that you must l ive in such a manner that no crime orwi l lf ul s i n can trouble your conscience, for it is wel lknown, that the prayer of the ungodl y is not acceptable to God.And herewi th I commi t you to the protection of the Most Hi gh. 7`11` L1 11 `T1^`USE OF THE PSALMS Those who bel ieve in theefficacy of prayer and a recital of the Psalms while burni ng incense, usi ng Sanctuary Oi l or Hol y Oi l , may i f they wi shread and apply the fol l owi ng. ADMONITION OF THE TRANSLATORBefore I proceed further wi th the transl ati on of the Psal ms, itis necessary to i nsert in thi s pl ace an admoni ti on, which theauthor, who wrote onl y for hi s own nati on, deemed unnecessary,and which, nevertheless, shoul d be addressed to every one. "Eachhuian bei ng," says the celebrated Kabali st, Rabbi I saac Loriga,"except only the ignorant idol ater, can by a pious and vi rtuousli fe enter i nto the consecrated temple of the true Kabala, andcan avail hi msel f of its benefi ts wi thout bei ng able to speakor understand the Hebrew Language. He can pray, read and wri teeverythi ng i n hi s mother tongue; onl y the holy name of God andthe angel s that may occur i n the experi ment, must, under al l circumstances, be written and retai ned in the mi nd i n the Hebrewtongue (for they must in no case be uttered), because, on thecontrary, a wrong di rection mi ght otherwise easi ly be given tothe experi ment, and consequentl y i t woul d lose al l its hol iness, work and effi ciency." With thi s pronunci ati on we must all be wel l satisfied, and, therefore, I must wri te al l si mi l arwords and names, from letters of whi ch the holy names are taken, in Hebrew. I n order, however, that the reader may read al l si mi lar occurri ng names and words i n hi s mi nd and retai n them, Ihave wri tten al l the Hebrew words wi th Engl i sh letterstogether wi th thei r meani ng. PSALM FOR WOMAN WHO IS PREGNANTPSALM FOR DANGEROUS CONFINEMENT PSALM 1 . -When a woman i spregnant and fears a premature del ivery, or a dangerous confinement, she shoul d wri te or cause to be wri tten on a piece ofparchment prepared from the pure ski n of a deer, the three fi rstverses of the above Psal m, together wi th the hi dden holy nameand appropri ate prayer contai ned herei n, and pl ace i t i n asmal l bag made expressl y for that purpose, and suspend i t by astri ng about the neck, so that the bag wi l l rest agai nst herbody. The holy name is cal led Eel Chad, whi ch si gni fies, great,strong, onl y God, and i s taken from the four foll owi ng words:Aschre, verse 1; Lo, verse 4; J atzl i ach, verse 3;1Vederech,verse 6. 9 The prayer is as fol lows: May i t pl ease thee, C, EelChad, to grant unto this woman, N. , daughter of R. , that she maynot at thi s ti me, or at any other ti me, have a premature confinement; much more grant unto her a trul y fortunate del ivery, andkeep her and the frui t of her body in good heal th. Amen! Sel ah!PSALM FOR DANGER AT SEA OR STORM PSALM 2. -Shoul d you be exposedto danger in a storm at sea, and your l i fe threatened, then recite thi s Psal m wi thout del ay and wi th becomi ng reverence, andthi nk respectf ul ly of the hol iest name contai ned therei n,namel y Scadde i (whi ch means, mi ghty God), then i mmedi atelyutter the prayer bel ongi ng thereto, aner whi ch wri te everything together on a fragment of a pot, and in f ul l confi dence inthe Omni potent, who fixes the boundary of the sea and restrai nsits power, throw it i nto the foami ng waves, and you wi l l seemarvel ous wonders, for the waves wi l l i nstantl y cease thei rroari ng and the storm wi l l be l ul led. The words, the lettersof whi ch consti tute thi s hol y name, are taken from Rageschu,verse 1; Nosseu, verse 2; and J oses, verse 9. The prayer i s asfol l ows: "Let it be, Oh, Schadei ! ( Al mi ghty God!) Thy holy wil l , that the ragi ng of the storm and the roari ng of the wavesmay cease, and that the proud bi l lows may

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