Adar / אֲדָר‎

Moon of Revealing (February/March)
Be perceptive to the things that may be hidden from plain sight and reveal things in their right time.

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  • Linear Month: 6
  • Torah Month: 12
  • Season: Spring
  • Holidays:  Purim
  • Offerings1: Hamentaschen, Poppy Seeds, and Myrhh   “As myrrh (mor) is the foremost of spices so Mordecai was the foremost of the righteous in his generation (Esther Rabbah 2.5),”
  • Element2: Aphar (עָפָר) Earth within Ruach (רוּחַ) Air
  • Spiritual Focus3:  
  • Netivah: Leitzanit (ליצנית) Sacred Fool
  • Astrological Sign:  Dagim (דגים) Pisces
  • Letter: Kuf (ק)
  • Tribe: Dinah (Adar I) and Naphtali (Adar II)
  • Sense: Laughter
  • Tarot Card4: The Fool
  • Soul Trait5: Zehirut (זהירות) Illuminated Awareness

Note: Letter, Tribe, and Sense are derived from the Sefer Yetzirah
See NOTES for additional information on sources of these all correspondences.

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1: Offerings & symbols were developed by Kohenet Ketzirah haMa’agelet for use as physical offering practices or in artwork.

2: Elements follow R’Jill Hammer’s elemental system as explained on her website and her book The Jewish Book of Days. See pages 16-19 for explanation of elemental system.

The interpretations of the Sephirot are also from Rabbi Jill’s teachings.  Specifically, they are from her Omer Calendar of Bibilical Women.

3: The spiritual focus is my own concept of sustainable spiritual practice.  It is based on my interpretation of the wheel of the year and the Jewish holidays, as taught by many.  The specific focus is for a season, as based on the element have/need system taught by R’Jill Hammer in the The Jewish Book of Days, as referenced above.  For example Autumn is the time of Air within Earth, we have Earth we need Air and is the spiritual focus of Community (Air) within Resources (Earth) or more simply: communal resources.  

4: While tarot is not intrinsically Jewish, it is a derivative of Kabbalah and a can be a useful tool for self discovery and exploration. Tarot correspondences here follow Kabbalistic tree of life by Issac ben Luria, the Ari, as opposed to some of the more common Christian systems.

5: The soul-traits for each month are based on Kesharim K’doshim Mussar, developed by Kohenet Ketzirah HaMa’agelet.

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