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Metaphysical meaning of Naamah (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Naamah (mbd)
Naamah, na'-a-mah (Heb.)--comity; concord; amity; social unity; sweet; pleasant; grace; delight.

a Daughter of Lamech and Zillah, and sister of Tubal cain (Gen. 4:22). b An Ammonitess, wife of Solomon and mother of Rehoboam (I Kings 14:21). c A city in the lowland of Judah (Josh. 15:41).

Meta. The animal soul in pleasing, harmonious relationship with the youthful idea, even though this consciousness of strength and youth here is of the outer man (Lamech, father of the one Naamah, was descended from Cain, who represents the outer or the body; the other woman named Naamah was an Ammonitess, Ammonites referring to carnal thoughts). The lowland city of Judah named Naaman signifies a group of thoughts in the subconsciousness that are pleasant and agreeable, unifying, but need lifting to higher and more spiritual realization and expression; hence they have passed into the possession of Judah (prayer and praise). The central idea in Naamah is unity, the principle of unity as coming into activity.

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