ADOMA אֲדָמָה  

Earth is a grounding and stabilizing force. A feminine element, earth represents fertility, growth and nourishment. The soil can be seen as a symbol of abundance and prosperity, reminding us of the importance of preserving the gifts earth provides.   

Hebrew word for earth:

adama –  אֲדָמָה   alef/dalet/mem/heh 

“Earth represents culture. The earth is the housing for all ideas produced by the human and spiritual mind. It is on this plan that the cultivation of the person takes place through the transformation of their minds. This transformation is a result of contact with heavy, dense, obstacles along their path. The earth is a neutralizer of energies. It is through this neutralizing that individuals are afforded the opportunity to go to zero point once more and advance their journey towards self realization; courtesy of the element of the real.” 

Shrine and Altar – H. Yuya Assaan-ANU 

ANU Spiritual Training Phase 1

The element of earth serves as a reminder of the value of grounding ourselves. Just as the earth remains stable and resilient amidst the chaos of the natural world, grounding ourselves helps us stay centered, balanced, and focused on what truly matters. The cycles of nature, such as the changing seasons, teach us that change is constant and that, like the earth, we can adapt and thrive through life’s transitions. 


“In the beginning, Elohim created the heaven and the earth. “

Genesis 1:1 (KJV)