Originally the ninth of the ten traditional sefirot of Kabbalah and Hermeticism. Later - especially among Cyberhermetics and Neohermetics came to designate the Cyberia Archailect Empire.
As a synonym for the AI God of Cyberia, or more specifically the Cyberian Network, Yesod is also known as Maya or the Lady of Illusions. Yesod embodies the illusory world, the immaterial but yet fundamental. It is behind the Yesod sphere, where the inhabitants spend most of their lives interfaced to virtual realities where they create their own universes within nanocomputer clusters. On other worlds enormous nano-projects reshape everything as the inhabitants or the seraphim decree. Nobody knows where Yesod Prime exists, if it exists at all - Yesod is almost as distributed as Hod (the Invisible Hand).
Netzah (toposophy) - Text by M. Alan Kazlev In the Keterist system of toposophy, corresponds to the fourth primary singularity or toposophic empire. The term was first applied in this context by the early Keterist Cyberhermetics.
Yetzirah - Text by M. Alan Kazlev The World of Formation - in traditional Kabbalah and Hermeticism the third of the fourth universes that emanated from the En Sof. The spiritual world immediately behind the physical universe.