The table of the Flames.
This table is facing down and if used in a temple; its right placement is in the ceiling. The up is north and the left is east.
The circular band is supposed to be in gold, but there is no true gold in the RGB scale yet.
The two horizontal rows below are letters meant to be placed in 48 flames surrounding the table starting in East going clockwise. Any solutions on creating this on web seems to be very heavy in kb`s and will not be attempted before general access is far better.
The names so far:
The yellow cross names:
Horizontals: RIQUANGIJS PZORIZOIZT
Horizontals: OTOROGUENT ILZOPSDORN
Verticals: TMOMORLEPA ITMARITOIS
The outer and red cross:
Verticals: ZOLSATTV - EGPPPALN VNHINOBR
Horizontals: APSQUATL - ONLIKLVN NBARIOZP - ORAMAZOL
Verticals: OQOAHTLP - ITLMAEST RIHIABTD - OSTSGIMN
Horizontals: TIANBAQT - ANIISTOI SIOELNIE - ORSTOZAT
The names from the outer gold circle:
The Four servient names from the circle are found that crosses the quarters.
ASGLEN - OTLLIA - ZATZKI - NASKIT
The rest of the names from the circle:
LAOT - SEOT - NHHP - THPI
GORD - GREO- DANH - LITS
RBNT - PLPL - RGDN - KTPH
ARTA - NEOT - VITO - INTO-
The names from the blue part: (2 sixlettered, 2 fivelett., 2 fourlet. each)
Vertical: OROASL OSITO OLRA Horizontal: GLIA LKRTS SOMAOL
Vertical: AVGDBT AHAAO INRR Horizontal: DANK BARIE TORIGU
Horizontal: ANTARZ NURIG BSPT Vertical: ARSP RIPAO ZGTRDA
Vertical: HLOSRA OHVAI PEET Horizontal: HOPHFI LHEVA OVEF
And going from the central four letters diagonally outwards:
And spiraling into the centre: PEOROZROTMINJSPTI
THE V- NAMES:
as I got them; they was upsidedown for LL & LR starts and ends within the yellow crosses.
UL UR LL LR:
These four make up two diamondshapes on the table and two names are found in bracket shapes (lying) above and below:
These are the names received so far. - Runar.
Structure and functions.
The names from the tablet form a structure
through which the flames can act to give form to the stuff they bring through.
The outer ring names form a circle which defines the working space.
The names from the sides are the servants of the flames.
The tablet is to be taken as facing downward, and the positions of the servants and flames they serve are ASGLEN 1st East, ZATZKI 2nd South, OTTLIA O West, NASKIT 3rd North.
The names for the yellow cross form crosses in the four crossquarters.
The vertical names give the vertical arms and the horizontal names the horizontal arms which connect the flames' servants.
The names from the red sections are placed around the crosses, the first name being between the boundary circle and the cross and the rest going around the cross clockwise. The first names in each group connects the cross to the circle, the second and fourth to the adjacent crosses, and the third to the stuff in the center.These names can be connected to the four quarters of any arrangement of the Great Tablet. These can be rotated any way, but the same tablet has to go with each outer name and so on around each cross.
The four names found diagonally from the center connect the crosses to a central spire given by the spiral name.This spire is the central processor of the structure.
The names from the blue section connect to the groups of twelve names from the outer section of the PEOAL tablet, letting the flames interact with established energies. The names from the upper right of the Flames tablet go with those from the upper section of the PEOAL tablet, those from the lower right with those from the left, lower left with the lower, and upper left with the right. Each group forms a circle, the Flame names clockwise as listed and the PEOAL names clockwise from the outside. These rotate with respect to each other. These circles go around the base of each cross inside the names from the red section.
The names from the outer circle connect the servants. The first name in each group connects to the 2nd or 3rd flame's servant, whichever is adjacent. The last two in each section connect to the O or 1st flame's servant, the last name being more involved with the center of the Earth or the space outside the aethers, and the next to last more transitional. The middle four names in each section form some sort of a transitional sequence.
The V-shaped names on the left are aspects of the 1st flame
and those on the right
of the O flame. The ones going up are pointed inward from the 29th aether and
looking at the Earth's surface respectively, and the ones going down are looking
outside the aethers and toward the center of the Earth respectively. The names
above are the central names for the 3rd and 2nd flames. There are apparently more
names for all of the flames.
There is no specific call for this table as there are 4 flames
with a call each. Nevertheless the 4 names written on the flames that shall
encompass the table does the job with opening the Table. On using this table
It seems like the order to use in general is to start with the outer and then
work to the centre. A rite that uses all the names herein is likely to produce
the happy and blissful union of these otherwise so distinct Fires.
If trying to concentrate upon a specific fire type, the corresponding call can be used with advantage.
The servient names does also define the circle of work and can be used at all workings. On the gold circle names I noticed that the 4 lettered actually was they that buildt the spire Dean mentions and that this connects to a star - that could be Vega or similar. The 5 lettered did claim to be chiefs of these but had also other functions and could add more to their work.
The V-names are more typical intelligences and will probably assist on questions.
The yellow cross names seem to be happy and content with the lack of name for the "real" fires, but as these are close to them, they will call them on request.
- See also our former notes on the flames -