Circle Name Of Shabbat Consciousness

In addition to my Hebrew names, my circle name [1] shall I hereby join to them.

Lleucu, pronounced “Lly-kee” (i.e. Lley-kee) is a Celtic/Welsh name meaning “light“. As “Liorah” means “light to me”, Lleucu marks its reception. It is the name of a true mekubal.

Transliterated into Hebrew letters, Lleucu ללאכו (where א is vowelized with tzere) comes from the root (shoresh) לאך, meaning “accomplishing work”, “messenger” and “angel”. [2] This root is found in derivation in Bereshit 2:2

“And on the seventh day God finished His work which He had made; and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had made.”

ויכל אל הים ביום השביעי, מלאכתו אשר עשה; וישבת ביום השביעי, מכל-מלאכתו אשר עשה

Lleucu ללאכו is my name of Shabbat consciousness. ללאכו has a gematria of 87 (see Akvah). It is also the root לאך surrounded by the letters ל”ו (see lamedvavnik).

Footnotes:

[1] Ritual mystical name.

[2] Etymological Dictionary Of Biblical Hebrew, R’ Matityahu Clark

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