From the mouth of an Applicant:
"Hello Chancellor.I apologize for the delay.I'm aware I am the Key, but I am not yet a Master of my self, and so, I am not yet the Master Key I meant.
In the Hermetic sense...
I believe that's why I'm here --where I am.Progress.Always moving forward.
Opening ever more Doors.I do play chess. I have played, and do play chess.
Though maybe not with the pieces in a while...I still know the moves.
I believe playing chess is just playing with ideas.The idea of so many moves ahead.The ideas of proactive and reactive possibility.
The potential of every move, and the potential of every move after that.The pieces are just symbols.Speaking of symbols, I have my Submission for you.Actually, I have three.And, again, I apologize for the delay.The reason I have three is because...
Symbols never hold just one meaning...(Nelech, Nun-Lamedh-Khaf, Nu-La-Kha, נלך, Fish-Ox Goad-Palm of the Hand, 50-30-20, etc...)Never one sound nor shape.(If I am expected to choose one, I prefer "Nelech". Though all three resonate within me.)I believe symbols must be perceived to have meaning, and perception is infinite and relative.
I am not a native speaker, but I've included the diction of the symbols them selves, the Biblical Hebrew pronunciation, and the word they form.Also, when I was researching, it all resonated with me.
Just as the pieces on a chess board are symbols of potential moves and ideas, so are all symbols of every alphabet.Everything is hieroglyphic.The symbols are more than their phonetics or their numeric or alphabetical value.Specifically, these symbols. The symbols of the 72 names.These symbols, too, represent potential.Aspects of "GOD". Miracles.These are the symbols Moses used to part the Red Sea.He saw in them, the potential to part the Red Sea.And Moses parted it. Not some distant, separate "GOD", but the "GOD" within every infinitesimal part of the being of Moses.Within every infinitesimal part of being...The power, the Light, the "GOD" of realized potential.The well of potential is deep and everlasting, and I am thirsty."