Ezekiel's Vision


When I began to extend the lines of Adam Kadmon beyond its perimeter, I recalled Ezekiel's chariot vision. I though of the reaching lines as wings extending from the paths of the Tree of Life, as echoed in the words of Isaiah 6:2: "Above it stood the seraphim; each one had six wings; with two he covered his face, and with two he covered his feet, and with two he did fly:"

Isaiah's vision was situated in the heavens, whereas Ezekiel's vision was situated upon Earth; thus Ezekiel saw but four wings, two stretching upward and two covering the bodies.

You may continue to examine the correlation of such visions with the Crown Diamond diagram, according to the manner in which the faces are revealed (also see Other Correspondences), or you can return to the directory at Adam Kadmon.