2:1 Divinity is portrayed through the shape of Xalaqa, the triangle of 10 points which communicates existence through its geometry.
2:2 It has 10 points, 4 levels, 3 areas, and 18 paths.
2:3 The top point is the monad.
2:4 The two points beneath the monad is the dyad.
2:5 The three points beneath the dyad is the triad.
2:6 The four points beneath the triad are the tetrad.
2:7 And, from the tetrad all things are made.
2:8 For these points are the divines in their purest form.
2:9 The points of the Xalaqa used are known by many names in many different traditions.
2:10 The points are knowable through their forms though their essence cannot be known through site or word alone.
2:11 The right side is the masculine area, The left side is the Feminine area, and the middle is the area of Balance.
2:12 All of the paths connect all the points together, through connection to their neighbor.
2:13 It is the symbol of manifestation linking the dimensionless point with the manifestation of the first body.