Nahash in Wikipedia

The word nahash is Hebrew for "serpent". According to Antoine Fabre d'Olivet, the proper translation from Ancient Hebrew of Nahash is closer to cupidity or original attraction.[1] According to Eliphas Levi, "The word Nahash, explained by the symbolical letters of the Tarot signifies rigorously: 14 נNUN.-The power which produces combinations. 5 הHE.-The recipient and passive producer of forms. 21 שׁSHIN.-The natural and central fire equilibrated by double polarization. Thus, the word employed by Moses, read kabalistically, gives the description and definition of that magical Universal Agent, represented in all theogonies by the serpent;"[2]

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