Traditional Meaning: Sensitiveness to superphysical influences, sense of unity with all life, mysticism, ripe destiny.
Intuitiveness, inspiration, compassion, renunciation. seeing the unity of all things; the ends of cycles, forming "seeds" for the next cycle of growth.
Pisces is multiplicity in motion. Saturn dies (Mot) in Aquarius, just as the stuctures of evolution die one after the other.
Jupiter is Shalom (at peace) in Pisces.
At the end, at the 11th and 12th signs, the feminine and masculine find schematic settings which do not put obstatcles
in the way of their emotional maturity. There they can fulfill themselves, and energy can resume its flight after passing through the weariness
of all levels of human experience.
Suares, The Sepher Yetsira (Yetzirah), p.155
Pisces is the proliferation of organic life -- 188.8.131.52. It is important to realize that the last three
signs can only be entered by "adequately evolved psyches." They represent simplified states of energy
that "do not put obstacles in the way of the development of the male and female elements." Deli is
the perfected state of womanhood, 90, the Star
in Tarot. Daghim is perfected man, 100, symbolized by Qof and
(Abraham is 100 and Sarah 90 when
YHWH changes their names).
In these schemas, an organic life is born and multiplies:
Ghedi: movement, response, existence
Deli: response,movement-now-existential, existence
Daghim: response, movement, existence, proliferation.
The last three signs are all simple structures and use only five letters -- Ghimmel, Dallet, Yod, Lammed and Mem
-- and three multiples: 3/30 (Ghimmel/Lammed), 10 (Yod) and 4/40 (Dallet/Mem). They all lead into existence (Ghedi, Deli)
and its proliferation (Daghim, Yod-Mem). For those who have realized (Ayn) the new birth of Ghedi, these are non-developmental
environments, being simply the male (Qof) and female (Tsadde) components of the Self (Tsedeq: Tsadde-Dallet-Qof), which finds
its rest in Daghim.