Metaphysical meaning of Dinhabah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Dinhabah (mbd)
Dinhabah, din'-ha-bah (Heb.) robbers' den; place of plundering.

The capital city of Bela, the son of Beor, who reigned in Edom (Gen. 36:32).

Meta. Edom refers to the outer, physical man. Beor represents an intuitive understanding that belongs to the sense man. Bela signifies a destructive, consuming tendency in consciousness. Dinhabah signifies an aggregation of thoughts belonging to man's outer, carnal consciousness. These thoughts are error; they build up and sustain destructive sense tendencies that rob the real inner man of the substance that is rightly his. The error beliefs that are ruled over by that which Bela represents tear down the organism of the individual who gives them place; they rob him of his sustaining substance and life.

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Preceding Entry: Dinaites
Following Entry: Dionysius