What is Kabala?
Kabala or Kabbalah is an esoteric (mysterious, secret) method, discipline, and school of thought in Jewish mysticism. Is the relationship of men to God.
To open the self to a higher reality to view the spirit within the matter, to raise our consciousness to point where our perception of reality is completely changed, and the divine within all creation is revealed.
Kabbalah comes from the Hebrew word meaning “tradition” or “receive of knowledge”.
Kabala is the hidden or secret wisdom of God revealed to the chosen individual. In the Book of Amos we read: Amos 3:7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets. Because when study kabala and become enlighten with that, we become prophet and we can forecast the future event.
Why we study Kabala or Kabbalah?
The reason we study Kabala is not just to learn, but to apply what we learn to our lives. We study to gain wisdom, and wisdom is the combination of what we learn and what we do.
There are five reasons why we must study Kabala:
We must study Kabala because this is our Moncadian life style, this is part of our system being a believer of Our Divine Master Equi Frili Brium. At the time we became a member of FCWA the Instruction given is Kabala not Latin word together with Kabala rule. Our study in Kabala is a rule of kabala in our Moncadian life.
Where we can study the Kabala?
We can study Kabala in the College of Mystery and College of Mystery was opened by Our Master on August 10, 1926 with the leadership of Director Lorenzo Delos Reyes (Papa Reyes) in Stockton, California through Filipino Federation of America, Inc. After the Philippines was given the Independence on July 4, 1946, Our Master was organized the Filipino Crusaders World Army, Inc. Then, opened College of Mystery in13th, Rosario Drive, Quezon City, Manila.
The Filipino Crusaders World Army, Inc. has three Division: “the Division of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao”. Each Division has its system of the College of Mystery and if develop it will eventually become a formal College of Mystery for the members of the Filipino Crusaders World Army, Inc. who wants to study and learn from it.
What is this College of Mystery?
College of Mystery is a school of mysticism.
What is this Mysticism?
Mysticism is the study on religion, theology, spiritually and holiness.
What are particular curriculum in the College of Mystery?
There are three Curriculum in the College of Mystery
Some believer of Our Master thought that entering in the College of Mystery is by doing Fasting (no food to eat and no drinking of water). Will, that is on the initiation stage of being a member of the organization where fasting of three days or more is the requisite to evaluate either the member will sustain all throughout the life being a member and a believer.
In real story: Study in College of Mystery wherein you must undergo to learn diligently the three curriculum which are: Kabala, Numerology and Human Nature for period of Nine Years and if you are blessed you may finish this three curriculum in three years like Our Master when He was studied it in the College of Mystery in Calcutta, India.
Now we know that studying Man’s Moral Concept is not just as easy what we think and we now know that studying Man’s Moral Concept is linked with Kabala Study. You cannot fully understand the meaning of the Man’s Moral Concept without a thorough understanding the three curriculum: Kabala, Numerology and Human Nature.
If you have any query of the above subject feel free to tell us.
Numerology is a symbolic study of rhythm (pattern, progression, and sequence), cycles, and vibration. The exact origin of numerology is discretely buried in the mists (fogs) of time. If one were to be exact, it could be said the numerology has its origin before the beginning of time! In its most esoteric (mysterious, secret) form numerology simply reflects the tides and cycles of creation as set in motion by the Creator.
The study of numerology began with man’s earliest attempt to understand the relationship between self and the cosmos. In recorded history, it is known that numbers were significant in the Sanskrit of the ancient Hindu culture, as well as in ancient China. Modern numerology, in its evolution, was also influenced by the Arabic system of numbers. Yet another important branch is in the tradition and symbolism of the Kabala. The Orient also has a rich tradition of giving value to numbers. The Bible is similarly laden with a profound history of symbolism based upon numbers. Within the history of these cultures is a wealth of yet undiscovered wisdom based upon the esoteric teachings of their numerical traditions.
The individual most responsible for influencing the method of numerology in use today was Dr. Hilario Camino Moncado, a Filipino philosopher born November 4, 1898 in Pondol, Balamban, Cebu 4041 Philippines. Dr. Hilario Camino Moncado founded a school, the College of Mystery where the instruction of Kabala, Numerology, Human Nature, and philosophy was conducted in conjunction with esoteric wisdom. He taught the relationship between man and the divine laws as reflected in the Man’ Moral Concept. Upon his philosophical strength and mystical contributions the study of Kabala-Bible connections, as it is today, has been established. Dr. Hilarion Camino Moncado is the author of Kabala and Numerology at the age of 13 the title of the Book was Equifrilibricum.
There was said to have been two levels of teachings within the school: the material and the spiritual. Today many of those students of old still exercise their interest in numbers in Kabala Rule. The material students incline toward religions and religious activities and often have little or no regard for the intuitive side of numbers (numerology). The spiritual students in today’s world can be found working with kabala and numerology and sometimes very advanced and theoretical Kabala-Bible connections. These former spiritual students for the most part have trouble learning standard on Kabala-Bible teaching and now they are the teacher and educators of the subjects. Curiously, you find accountants and bookkeepers who have worked with numbers for years and suddenly become fascinated with numerology.
The study of numerology can take you from an observer of the event of evolution to a conscious participant in it.
Numerology as it is more commonly practiced provides a means of understanding cyclical patterns or qualities related specifically to the individual’s personal life. By understanding one’s own particular rhythm, it becomes easier to flow with life. With such understanding one can become the master of fate (destiny, fortune and luck), rather than a victim of destiny’s circumstances. Its application may be more meaningful today in an age of rampart materialism and existential crisis, than it was with the ancient seeker.
The historical portrait provided herein is admittedly short and brief. Other previous writers on the subject have provided more details for the historically minded. The emphasis of this booklet is upon the application of numerical knowledge in the here and now.
What Is Numerology?
In simple terms, numerology is a study of numbers in your life. You can uncover information about the world and also each individual person by using Numerology. Numerology is seen as a universal language of numbers.
Numerology, then, is how we simplify sacred math, and how we apply it to understand all aspects of our individual existence. Our love life, career/business, health, family life, friendships, spirituality, leisurely activities, and personality can all be mathematically explained and understood.
Many people assume that the day and time we were born determines our fate. Truth is the opposite – we determined when we would be born, before we were born, knowing deep in our soul the right mathematical day and time to come to this world. We determined our fate first and then the corresponding day and time. This determined our personal numerology including our life path number and destiny number.
We are wiser than we give ourselves credit for, as it’s too easy to forget that we’re eternal beings, larger than life, when, say, bills pile up and we’re stressed. But we chose this life, even the difficulties we encounter in it, so we can go from being Math 101 students to being Math 201 students! Numerology is here to remind us our chosen path.
The History of Numerology
Numerology is any belief in the divine or mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is also the study of the numerical value of the letters in words, names, and ideas. It is often associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and similar divinatory arts.
Despite the long history of numerological ideas, the word "numerology" is not recorded in English before c. 1907.
The term numerologist can be used for those who place faith in numerical patterns and draw pseudo-scientific inferences from them, even if those people do not practice traditional numerology.
Pythagoras and other philosophers of the time believed that because mathematical concepts were more "practical" (easier to regulate and classify) than physical ones, they had greater actuality. St. Augustine of Hippo (A.D. 354–430), wrote: "Numbers are the Universal language offered by the deity to humans as confirmation of the truth." Similar to Pythagoras, he too believed that everything had numerical relationships and it was up to the mind to seek and investigate the secrets of these relationships or have them revealed by divine grace. See Numerology and the Church Fathers for early Christian beliefs on the subject.
In 325 AD, following the First Council of Nicaea, departures from the beliefs of the state church were classified as civil violations within the Roman Empire. Numerology had not found favour with the Christian authority of the day and was assigned to the field of unapproved beliefs along with astrology and other forms of divination and "magic". Despite this religious purging, the spiritual significance assigned to the heretofore "sacred" numbers had not disappeared; several numbers, such as the "Jesus number" have been commented and analysed by Dorotheus of Gaza and numerology still is used at least in conservative Greek Orthodox circles.However, despite the church's resistance to numerology, there have been arguments made for the presence of numerology in the Bible and religious architecture. For example, the numbers 3 and 7 hold strong spiritual meaning in the Bible. The most obvious example would be the creation of the world in 7 days. Jesus asked God 3 times if he could avoid crucifixion and was crucified at 3 in the afternoon. 7 is the length of famine and other God-imposed events and is sometimes followed by the number 8 as a symbol of change.
Some alchemical theories were closely related to numerology. For example, Persian-Arab alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan framed his experiments in an elaborate numerology based on the names of substances in the Arabic language.
Numerology is prominent in Sir Thomas Browne's 1658 literary Discourse The Garden of Cyrus. Throughout its pages, the author attempts to demonstrate that the number five and the related Quincunx pattern can be found throughout the arts, in design, and in nature – particularly botany.
Modern numerology has various antecedents. Ruth A. Drayer's book, Numerology, The Power in Numbers says that around the start of the 20th century Mrs. L. Dow Balliett combined Pythagoras' work with Biblical reference. Balliett's student, Juno Jordan, helped numerology become the system known today as Pythagorean, although Pythagoras himself had nothing to do with the system, by publishing "The Romance in Your Name" in 1965, provided a system for identifying what he called key numerological influences in names and birth dates that remains used today. Other 'numerologists' including Florence Campbell (1931), Lynn Buess (1978), Mark Gruner (1979), Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker (1979), Kathleen Roquemore (1985) expanded on the use of numerology for assessing personality or events. These different schools of numerology give various methods for using numerology.
Where numerology came from and how it came to be is somewhat of a mystery, like many ancient philosophies. Egypt and Babylon are where the earliest written records of numerology are said to be.
Other evidence shows that numerology was used thousands of years ago in Rome, China, Greece, and Japan.
Old day’s numerology is normally credited to Pythagoras, who was a Greek philosopher. Although it is not known if he invented Numerology, he had some theories behind it, which took numbers to a completely different level. These theories are now the reason behind Pythagoras having the credit for modern day numerology.
Dr. Julian Stenton was actually the person who came up with the name ‘Numerology’. He also bought recognition and awareness to it in modern day times. There is not much else known about the whereabouts of Numerology, it has become quite popular in today’s society and is used by many.
Today’s Numerology is based on system taught by Dr. Hilario Camino Moncado who studied in College of Mystery in Calcutta, India and Graduated in the year 1907 with the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Numerology N. Ph. D. He is the Founder and Lifetime President of the Filipino Federation of America, Inc., Filipino World Federation, Inc., and Filipino Crusaders World Army, Inc. A Great Philosopher who gave a New Covenant between Man and God the famous Doctrine of Morality the “Man’s Moral Concept”. Where His Philosophy is “Man and God are Equal”.
Like Jesus the Christ, Dr. Hilario Camino Moncado was considered a Mystery Man, a Super Human and the Human Mechanism of the New of Christ “EQUI FRILI BRIUM”. The God of the present day ERA.