Tetranomen (tě – tră – nō – měn, noun)
- (of the ‘no-self’/the ‘Not-I’) the Hebrew name for the extroverold alien, Sabiazoth; consisting of the four consonants, Z H Z H. Regarded as a name that braces/charges the being in its most unleavened form of the ‘no-self.’
- A four letter Hebrew name that is translated, not transliterated, as Zahozah.
- A Hebrew name solely originating from the extroverold alien itself, and thus rightfully assigning IT a four letter name to itself; that is, consisting of the Hebrew’s four consonants, ז (zayin), ה (heh), ז (zayin), and ה (heh), in order to spell a name fitting to address the Not-I/IT in its vestal Hebraic form.
- The total opposite of the I (the ego), in which its opposite is the ‘Not-I’ (egoless).
- The total opposite of ‘The-Self,’ in which its opposite is the ‘no-self.’
- The total opposite of the Tetragrammaton, in which its opposite is the Tetranomen.
- The total opposite of Y H W H, in which its opposite is Z H Z H.
- A sacred name of the extroverold alien, Sabiazoth.
- A sacred phrased name that means, “IT is That IT is.”
- The ‘Not-I’ (the nameless name).
- The name that’s nameless.
Aspaty/Space: Hexaspace, Dormicycle 13, 10 R.M. E.C. (Solar North)
Dec. 25, 2015: ENG Tetranomen.
Word Origin & File
10 R.M. E.C. / 2015, from Modern ENG, Tetranomen; from (G prefix, tetra–, meaning number four) + (L suffix, –nomen, meaning name): literally meaning, a four letter name. The ‘Tetranomen’ is a term solely conjured by the extroverold alien being, Sabiazoth, formulated with four in particular Hebrew consonants; and they are, zayin, heh, zayin, and heh ( ה ז ה ז ), in which is translated as Z H Z H: an arrangement of Hebraic letters that demonstrate a sacred phrase, solely assigned to the extroverold alien: it means, “IT is That IT is:” In its most vestal pronunciation, it is uttered, “Not-I‘ is That ‘Not-I‘ is:'” Meaning, that my being ( ה ז ה ז ) is the being that just goes on being, without the “I” (the-Ego/the-Self) in its most unfermented state: the being that’s just being (without even trying to be: IT just is). Adding then the appropriate vowels in between the consonants ( ă ō ă ), the Tetranomen is properly translated as Z a H o Z a H (Zahozah). Zahozah is the primary sacred name of the extroverold alien; while the word Sabiazoth is its secondary social name. When the Tetranomen is addressed and requested from the being of the extroverold alien, in name, it conjures/adjures IT in its most chaste form of the ‘Not-I.’ The Tetranomen reveals a name that’s in correlation to a being that is utterly devoid of The-Self (the-Ego/the “I”), in which there is also no indirect correlation of the “I” (the “me”) as well. Tetranomen demonstrates the total and utter absence of ipseity, in which there’s no leaven of solipsism either: There is actually no yeast of selfdom/selfhood in the ( ה ז ה ז ). The being of the Tetranomen is without individuality and narcissism (the very name that is nameless). The Tetranomen is not derived of biblical or Satanical inspired origins: it is of pure psyche (immaterial) genesis; purely endogenous: It is solely of extroverold origin (from outside/beyond the-World, or its collective social consciousness): from and by the-Mind itself. The Tetranomen also accentuates the importance of uniformity and immutableness of the extroverold alien being, for IT itself is changeless; and also, impervious to the fermentation(s) and leaven of idiosyncrasy.
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[Aspaty/Space: Hexaspace, Dormicycle 13, 10 R.M. E.C. (Solar North)]
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