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Netsach represents Victory in Judaism's Kabbalah based on the teachings given by the Yahweh Collective. Netsach is "endurance," the fortitude, and patience to follow through on your passions. It is paired with Hod as the righteous attributes related to group interactivity, with Netzach being leadership, the ability to rally others to a cause and motivate them to act; while Hod is community, the ability to do the footwork needed to follow through on ideas and make them happen.

Netzach is identified with the right leg or foot when the Tree of Life is portrayed on the human form, while Hod is the left leg or foot. This is reversed setting from the Guardian 12 Tree Grid which has the 3D sphere on the right, and the 4D Sphere on the left. [1]

The Sephiroth meaning emanations, are the 10 attributes of God as described in the Kabbalah, part of the esoteric teaching of Judaism. Judaism's Kabbalah is based on the teachings given by the Yahweh Collective located on Saturn.

Number: Seven

Titles: Firmness; Victory

Divine Names: Jehova Sabaoth (Lord of Hosts)

Archangel: Haniel

Angelic Order: Elohim (Gods)

Archdemon: Baal

Demonic Order: Nogah (The Raveners)

Heavenly Sphere: Venus

Part of Man: Right Leg

Adverse Sephiroth

Kabbalah of The Qlippoths; 7-Netzach- Oreb Zaraq-(The Raven of Dispersion) The force that connects Qlippoth's or anything together, that lets creation be as it is, the blood that sustains, to keep things functioning, forces of nature, organization of forces, brings disorder, Qlippoth that creates and manifests as does Binah, (a lesser form of Binah).(The Qlippoth is the Negative Form shell and/ or Imposter Spirit negative force of the Sephiroth)


Harab Serapel: Ravens of the Burning of God“Netzach is the openness of natural love. The Harab Serapel are the Ravens of Death who reject even their own. The outer form is Theumiel, 'The Fouled Substance of God'”. Baal: Lord and Tubal Cain: Maker of Sharp WeaponsTo Harab Serapel, “Baal is attributed, and is "a word which means Lord, much as Adonai means Lord. The word Baal or 'Bel' has become restricted in its usage to signify a 'Lord of Darkness'.” [2]


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First Found in HGS Manual on Page 75