from The Garden of Eden
was purported to grant immortality
. Not to be confused with the other important tree from the Garden of Eden, The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil
. It was the latter whose fruit was eaten by Adam
A network diagram studied in the Kabala consisting of ten nodes and twenty-two edges or paths connecting them. The ten nodes are numbered one to ten and each is assigned a set of characteristics which form the basis of numerology. The twenty-two paths are each assigned a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The Golden Dawn made further correspondences between the paths and the the twenty-two cards of the Major Arcana of the Tarot deck and the planets, signs and elements of astrology.
The Tree of Life is not a tree in the network-theory sense of the word.