According to occultist Éliphas Lévi, Ararita is "the verbum inenarrabile of the sages of the Alexandrian School," which "Hebrew Kabalists wrote Javeh and interpreted by the sound Ararita, thus expressing the triplicity of the secondary kabalistic principle, the dualism of the means and the equal unity of the first and final principle, as well as the alliance between the triad and the triad and the tetrad in a word composed of four letters, which form seven by means of a triple and double repetition."
(See also Kabala )
Lévi, Éliphas. Transcendental Magic. London: Rider, 1896. Reprint, New York: Samuel Weiser, 1972.