The active part of the table of PD.

I D K D K H H K D K D I
T S B S M S F M A M S M
N I H I H I G H I H I H
G L A B H E N P D F I U
I N A B G H H G B A N I
L A N B N A P B K A G D
H I N I D K I H G H K D
K L G M S M D P N S M S
K D I H G B D K H I N A
K S T K N B A M F D G A
B G H I H I A N I H I H
K B P E H T D A L U I F

The PD table is divided into 16 squares of 3 x 3 letters and their natural order is shown to the right. 16 15 14 13 The way to obtain the names from this table are to inscribe sigils into any of these squares; as shown below.
5 4 3 12
6 1 2 11
7 8 9 10


IDKBHINTS

IDTNSKBIH

DKSIMHSHI

DKHSIHISM

HKDAIHJFM

HKFJMDAHI

KDIMHIHMS

KDMHSIMIH

FIUIDGAAN

FIAANUIJD

HKDSANISM

HKSIMDSNA

DGAHFIUHI

DGHUIAHIF

AMFILADAN

AMADNFIAL

KNBITHEIH

KNIEHBIHT

BSTHPBKBJ

BSBKJTHBP

HINJIDKKL

HIKKLNJDI

JLAADALIN

JLILNAAAD

BHEHANBBJ

BHBBJEHNA

NPHPJDBBK

NPDBKBPHJ

IHGNHKDDP

IHDDPGNKH

IDKMBJHMS

IDMHSKMJB

These 32 twinlike names are called the outer names. There are an additional 32 names which they have asked not be published which are found by applying a simple geometric figure to each of the 3x3 squares.
The 33rd name is HGBDIPHPD and is found in the 4 central squares of the tablet in the following shape:
x x x x 8 9
x x x 7 x x
x x x 6 x x
x x x 5 x x
x x x 4 x x
1 2 3 x x x
The names given by the sigils above as the outer names of the PD for general use; the ones not given are inner names which relate more to the roots of things. They may be compared to the ends of the path connecting Tiphareth to Kether in the Tree of Life (especially Achad's version) with the outer names being at the Tiphareth end and the inner at the Kether end. The PD have a strong redemptive or initiatory quality which fits with this analogy. It is also possible to combine the names in the form outer-inner-outer to let the inner aspects manifest through the outer. The 33rd spirit is the king of the PD and seems similar to Hadit in form.
According to the first table of division; Squares 5-7 connect to square 1, 8-10 to 2, 11-13 to 3, and 14-16 to 4, with squares 1-4 having a root quality and the outer twelve a more manifest quality. The squares run from lower to higher in some fashion that is not entirely understood yet.

The PD and the Great Tablet.
The PD squares may be paired off with the subquarters of the Great Tablet. This may be done in any way that matches the first four PD squares with corresponding subquarters of the four tablets, but it seems best to utilize the structure of the Great Tablet (1) by pairing the groups of PD squares with the tablets. The subquarters in the center of the Great Tablet act as the root for that arrangement of the tablet, with the others acting to manifest. Consequently, the center subquarters are paired with the first four squares of the PD tablet, with the remaining subquarters of each quarter paired with the corresponding outer squares of the PD tablet. Note that the 4x4 grids of subquarters and squares don't match up; rather, squares 1 and 5-7 go with one quarter, etc. It seems most natural to pair squares 1 and 5-7 with the MOR tablet and 4 and 14-16 with the ORO tablet, though it is possible to do otherwise. In order to give this pairing using the original placement of the quarters in the Great Tablet, it is necessary to view this tablet as facing down (giving the GD directional attributions) and the PD tablet as facing up or vice versa. Using the reformed placement, the tablets must be facing the same direction. To give two examples of how the pairings work out, suppose we want to use the GD directions and put the upper left subquarters as the root or use the reformed placement and put the lower right subquarters as the root. This gives the following attributions of the PD squares, indicated by number, to the subquarters, seen on the original and reformed Great Tablets in their unrotated form (ie as they are usually shown)

4
14
1
5
15
14
12
11
16
15
7
6
16
4
13
3
3
11
2
8
6
5
9
8
13
12
10
9
7
1
10
2

As the PD have an initiatory character, it seem reasonable to use them for initiation in conjunction with the subquarters.One possibility is to use the method in Benjamin Rowe's Enochian Initiation essay. A variant on this is to identify oneself with the subquarter cross and use the serviant angels as Ben outlines with the difference that one is pulled up past the 5-letter name into the realm of the Kerubic angels with whom one then works.


The following additional names are derived from the border of the PD tablet:
TTKO RMIN KTOR NTLM DAAI
ELNN TRNO KEJO AIAO EBLT
PAOO SAEZ SLEN GMHE PAHS
These names are used to bind the PD together.  Twelve of them fit with the squares of the PD tablet and names contained therein in the order:
RMIN-5, TRNO-6, SAEZ-7,
KTOR-8, KEJO-9, SLEN-10,
NTLM-11, AIAO-12, GMHE-13,
DAAI-14, EBLT-15, PAHS-16
The remaining three fit with the inner four square and HGBDIPHD and project from these those connected with the others in the same row above.

 

Read "How to build Cubes of the PD names and about the Crypt operation - from ZEN to ZIP."

Read "PD, MAPM, The Throne and Cup".

Read "PD and the Odus of Ifa".