Tree of Life is a Map of The Spiritual Path.
The Tree of Life is a tool used to categorize and organize various mystical concepts, and is central to the teachings of Aleister Crowley and the Qabalah. At its most simple level, it is composed of ten spheres, or emanations, called sephiroth which are connected by twenty two paths. The sephiroth are represented by the planets and the paths by the characters of the Hebrew alphabet, which are subdivided by the five elements, the seven Classical planets, and the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Each Tarot Suit of the Minor Arcana correspons to one of the four Kabbalistic worlds.
The Seven Classical Planets-Heptagram-Creation
When the ancients looked up at the sky, they saw that seven heavenly bodies seemed to orbit around the Earth, and these became known as wandering stars, or planets.
The days of the week have been named after the seven planets of classical astronomy, since the Roman period. They are also numbered, beginning at Sunday, Monday or Saturday depending on the society and tradition.
A heptagram, is a seven-pointed star drawn with seven straight strokes.
The English weekday name Sunday stems from Old English (Sunnandæg; “Sun’s day”, from before 700) and is ultimately a result of a Germanic interpretation of Latin dies solis, itself a translation of the Greek ἡμέρα ἡλίου (hēméra hēlíou). The Latin name for the star,Sol, is widely known but is not common in general English language use; the adjectival form is the related word solar-Solar Energy
The name of Monday is derived from Old English Mōnandæg and Middle English Monenday, which means “moon day”.
Occult Astronomy-Occultations are Heavenly Bodies:
In astronomy, a syzygy (from the Ancient Greek suzugos (σύζυγος) meaning, “yoked together”.) is a straight-line configuration of three celestial bodies in a gravitational system. The word is often used in reference to the Sun, the Earth and either the Moon or a planet, where the latter is in conjunction or opposition. Solar and lunar eclipses occur at times of syzygy, as do transits and occultations.
The flag of Turkey is a red flag including a star with a full moon moving centrally in front of the sun with reference to the meeting of the Turkic solar deity Gün Ana (Mother Sun) and the moon god Ay Ata (Father Moon) brought by the space god Erkliğ. The event technically constitutes a solar eclipse when the moon partially occults the sun at times of syzygy.