Part VIII: Phi (ϕ) and Pi and the 42-Letter Name

A Few Gifts from Shavuot:

The 10 Utterances

I realized this Shavuot, during the all-night Torah study, that not even people very well versed in the teachings of the Torah have a clue as to the power at their fingertips. I was with Chabad and their intentions are terrific, warm and pure, and their knowledge is deep, strong and wonderful, yet… It is not wondrous. The Torah is not just a document with G-d’s words written on it; it is a projection of and by extension a part of the Creator Himself. It is a way (an interface) for us to communicate with Him, a way (a blueprint) that He could use in Genesis 1:26 in the 8th Utterance, to create man “with our[His] image and likeness.

We must no longer view the Torah as something external to us. It is, and has never been, a physical article with spiritual writings and spiritual insights. It is purely spiritual (other dimensional) and like our consciousness we can become one with it.  At this point in time, we must, necessarily become one with it.  This is a lot easily than it would appear and we have been, and are being, given tools to help us accomplish that.  It all starts with desire. Once the focal point of our desire shifted from the Tree-of-Life at the center of the spiritual plane to the Tree-of-Knowledge at the fringe we shifted to physicality and nearly all our desires became selfish as opposed to selfless. We must shift back.

We passed the point of no return and each passing day it becomes more difficult for people to even see physicality for what it is. Yet, the same tool(s) we were given on day one are still there for us to harness, and the Creator is expanding our insights into them exponentially.
It is true there are multiple fronts of awakening going on around the planet and the truth about our past and reality is being filled in and exposed at an astounding rate, which is due to the event horizon, which we explain at the end of this series when we tackle the physics of time and reality. If you spend any time online researching, exploring, you can see for yourself that privileged information about people, events, history from the past near and far is suddenly appearing out of nowhere and filling in blanks from places you looked at a few years ago, last year, or only yesterday. This is not because of better algorithms; it is in spite of them, in spite of them constantly being tweaked with bias and an intention to delude, defraud, and obscure reality. The walls of illusion are crumbling despite man’s best efforts to prop them up. That is the nature of the event horizon. That is its similarity with the event horizon that surrounds a black hole where everything still exists yet gets disjointed and broken apart and reality folds back itself.

People, including prominent and eminent scientists, are waking up to visions of multiple universes, multiple realities, multiple dimensions, simulation theories, visions of consciousness as separate from our bodies, and beautiful visions of spiritual space where unity and oneness reigns, and that is a great thing.  You must awaken too.  Just ask yourself two questions as you do.  Is whatever modality of awakening (and thank G-d there are now many) that is being offered to me being charged for, and are they giving me new specific knowledge from that spiritual space to help me get there. If you are being charged for it, then they are based on physicality and want to bring you down with them. If they are giving you old knowledge that you could have read in a book on your own, then they are just charlatans. If they are just presenting pretty pictures and broad concepts, be grateful for what you got out of it, and keep looking because their connection to the spiritual is limited. They must be connected in order to download NEW knowledge; if they are not connected how can they help you to connect, which should be your goal. Every day, new wondrous insights will spontaneously appear in our world. I encourage you to keep soaking them up and weeding out the rest, and if you find something great, some new knowledge that can help us, please share it in the comments. We all grow together.  We will all connect together.

That said, we just celebrated Shavuot and the reception of the Torah at mount Sinai. Three of the many important connections we make on Shavuot are to read the first chapter of the Torah, the acts of Creation; to read the 10 Commandments, and to do a mikve. They are all interrelated in multiple ways. The connection we are going to discuss today is through the 10 Utterances. We know from the Zohar, Chazal, and the Arizal that both the 10 Commandments and the 10 acts of Creation are called the 10 Utterances and both involve recombination of the Hebrew letters.>We are not going to get that complicated here; you can read elsewhere how they relate to one another.  We are going to make some deeper connections for ourselves to the 9 plus 1 acts of Creation in order to better understand the internal dynamics of the Torah and its source codes.  There are 10 Utterances in total, but 9 of them begin with “G-d said, Vayomer Elohim” and the 10th with “G-d said to them, Vayomer Lahem Elohim.”  The numerical value sofit of the 10 letters in Vayomer Elohim (ויאמר אלהים) is 903, as in the sum of all the integers from 1 –42.

These are the nine verses: 1:3, corresponding to the 1st day of Creation; 1:6 corresponding to the 2nd day; 1:9 and 1:11 corresponding to the 3rd day; 1:14 corresponding to the 4th day; 1:20 corresponding to the 5th day; and 1:24, 1:26, and 1:29 corresponding to the 6th day.

The sum of (1,2,3,3,4,5,6,6,6) days is 36, of the verses is 142 and chapters, 9, totaling 187, as in the 187 chapters in the entire Torah.

While the sum of the 9 chapters and 142 verses is 151, the value of the spelled-out higher Name Ehyeh (אהיה) and of the word, mikve.

Each one of the Utterances begins with “Vayomer Elohim,” connected to the number 42 as we just explained, followed by a command to the elements or to the hyperspace. Three of those commands were passive as in “there shall be” followed by a noun. If we sum those 9 commands they sum to (232 + 405 + 122 + 705 + 666 + 606 + 497 + 425 + 60) = 3718, which if you recall was the same result as when we paired up the 7th Bell Prime Index 2841 with the 7th Bell Number (877), and got (2841 + 877) = 3718. What is remarkable about both these connections is that 3718 + 42 = 3760 (0 CE). Both take into account the missing tool, one that was obviously there the Torah was created and when the thought of a mathematical universe was generated.

On the other hand, when we add these nine Utterances without the 3 “There shall be(יהי)” and just leave the nouns–Light, firmament, and lights—the total including the 187 delineated above is 3830, as in the year the final exile began with the destruction of the Second Holy Temple, in 70 CE.

The 232 value of “There shall be Light” is easily recognizable as the sum of the 4 aspects of the Tetragrammaton, and is very fitting.  Also, the 5th one, “There shall be [heavenly] lights,” as 666 is notable, but the 6th one or 606 is differentThe sum of all 9 of those Vayomer Elohim or 9 x 903 is 8127 and we find 8127 at the 606th digit in Pi, and the sum of all the digits in Pi counting backward from 1000 through the 8127 string is 1775. The significance of this is that 1775 is the sum of the 27 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, whose square root is 42.130… or 42 at Sinai (130).

The theme of 42 in Creation keeps getting stronger, and yet the sum of the finale letters in those 9Vayomer Elohim” is 7200, as in the 720.0 sum of the square roots of the 72 Triplets, which is interesting since the 8th  Utterance, 425 is the same as the 8th triplet of the 72 Triplets.

You may be asking yourself, what about the 10th Utterance? When we sum the (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 6th, 6th, and 6th) days we get 42 once again. And when the verse at 1:28 is added we get 42 total days, 180 chapters-verses for a new total of 222.

The initials of the 9 Vayomer Elohim and 10th Vayomer Lahem Elohim is (63+37) = 100, as in the ordinal value of the first 10 letters of the Torah.

The number 222 is certainly evocative of 2 x 111 or 2 alefs (אלפ). According to chazal, the word for alefs is as alafim (אלפים) and alpayim (אלפים), meaning thousands, and 2000, as in the verse Notzer Chesed l’Alafim from the 13 Attributes. Therefore, it is significant to note that these 10 Utterances, which according to Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, “the Alter Rebbe,” are supposed to be the seeds of physicality and spread by means of the letter combinations that comprise 231 Gates of Wisdom have this characteristic in common with the entire Torah. In explanation, the sum of all the letter pairings backwards and forwards of the 231 combinations as specifically found in the Torah total 222,004 or (2000 x 111) + 4. That this is off by 4 from a perfect 222,000 is similar to the way the 10 Utterances (Commandments to us) are found at letter 107,007 and thus off by 7 letters from what would seem like perfection. There are messages in the perfection and messages in the very slight differences of 4 and 7. Of the 231 possible combinations, 10 were not used in both directions and 8 of them were not used at all, for a total void value of 2023.

Moreover, when we add the 10th command to be fruitful (286) the total of the 10 Utterances is 4004, which is exactly 1775 less than 5779.  It is looking a lot like a timetable was built into the Creation narrative.

The next gift will segue into the main part of this section where we will gain new insight and understanding into our most important tool, the 42-Letter Name. To quote Rav Brandwein, the Admor of Strettin, of blessed memory, “It is through the understanding of the 42-Letter Name that the Geulah [final redemption] will occur.” We will cover a third gift from Shavuot at a later date. That gift involves the elasticity of time, even in our world.  Actually, outside our world time does not exist as we know it at all.  In it, even though it may appear rigid, time can be sped up or slowed depending on our focal point.  That is for another day.

A Stairway to Heaven

As we have seen, one tool of the Torah is the 72 Triplets. The 42-Letter Name is comprised of 14 Triplets, and Pi breaks down into at least the first 10 Triplets, which, as we saw, were doubly connected to 1775, the sum of the 27 Hebrew letters.  As it turns out, the specific grouping of the first 8 words or 33 letters of the Torah are also partitionable into 11 Triplets.  If we alternate them, exactly as we did with the 22 letters of the Alef-bet which we split into 2 columns of 11 elements each, we would get two columns of triplets, one with 6 elements and one with 5 elements.

Why would we do this? You will see in the next section, but as we have repeated seen, every time we split or crack open a Torah egg, tremendous light is revealed.  Meanwhile, those two columns simply add up to 1044 and 1959, whose digits (1+0+4+4+1+9+5+9) sum to 33, but there is one more important step.

710  –   203
 36   –  203
705  –    51
407  –    90
101   –  206
          291
1959  - 1044

If we then zigzag our way through the two columns, as in a staircase:

And reorder them to add up the appropriate landings, which we have done below by reordering them into new columns, we get new encrypted information about the 33 letters of Creation.

We get 903 for the right-hand, or initiating zigzag, or stairwell, and 2100 for the corresponding left-hand, or resultant zigzag or stairwell. This is the same 903 equivalent to Vayomer Elohim (ויאמר אלהים) in each of the 10 Utterances that created our physicality and reality. What is critical here, as we are about to see, is that this secret staircase hidden in the command module of Creation gives us 903, the sum of all the integers from 1 – 42 and 2100 which is both 100 times the value of G-d’s higher Name Ehyeh (אהיה) and 50 times 42. Both the Name Ehyeh (אהיה) and number 50, through the 50 Gates, are associated with the hyperspace dimension called Binah.

Notably, the split between 903 and 2100 as  proportions out of 3003 is nearly precisely 30.0% and 70.0%.

As we just saw, 903 is the gematria of Vayomer Elohim (ויאמר אלהים), the announcement “G-d said,” that initiated each of the 10 Utterances, with specific distinction to 9 of them.  That the initials of Vayomer Elohim      (ויאמר אלהים) are Vav (ו) and Alef (א) are very interesting, considering the connections between them and the Shema and the numbers 42 and 13.

There are 13 words—the gematria of echad (אחד), One—in the first 42-word paragraph of the Shema which have the initial letter Vav (ו). Then there are 42 more of them in the rest of the Shema. There are also exactly 42 words in the Shema that have the initial letter Alef (א). Initials. If we can become One with the Torah, internalize it to our consciousness, we can not only recite the Shema, but be it.

The letter Vav (ו) when spelled-out is vav-alef-vav (ואו). It has a numerical value of 13 and it encapsulates the Alef (א). If we examine the letter Alef (א) closely we notice that it is endless, an endless infinite fractal cycle going inward, expanding and cycling inward again. Each time it expands, the letter Alef (א) reappears between the two inner, component Vavs (ו) that comprise it, never ending. What gets shed off are two endless streams of Yuds (י) from their orbit around the center, like the two jets shooting out of the accretion disk surrounding a black hole.

If you recall, the 10 Utterances summed to 4004, which I am sure brings a smile to computer geeks, as 4004 was Intel’s first commercially available microprocessor and jumpstarted our technological revolution. Nevertheless, 4004 is eerily similar to 3003, the sum of the 33 first letters, exactly one grand alef (א) more. The average of those 33 letters is exactly 3003/33 = 91.

Every student of kabbalah can tell you that 91 is the technological reason we say Amen (אמן) after hearing a blessing. Amen (אמן) not only has the numerical value 91, but it is also the sum of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה , 26) and its pronounceable counterpart Adonai (אדני, 65) of which there are exactly 91 in the Torah: (26 + 65) = 91. This is called a unification and we now can understand that each of the 33 letters contain this powerful unification used to seal, elevate, and transport our blessings

The other part of this technology, as delineated by the Arizal, is the 42-Letter Name. Not to be lost here is that 91 is (7 x 13), the numerical value of Echad, One, and (7 x 33) is equivalent to the 231 Gates of Wisdom.  Moreover, throughout the Torah the 90,100 Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו) combine to form exactly 1820 or 20 x 91 revealed Tetragrammaton (יהוה), as explained in greater detail earlier.  Kabbalistically, 7 represents the 7 unified 6 bundled sefirot (dimensions) of Zeir Anpin, associated with the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), coupled with the 1 dimension (Malchut/Kingdom) where the causality of time reigns. This dimension is associated with Adonai (אדני). This 61 pairing is also alluded to in the initials of Vayomer Elohim(ויאמר אלהים): Vav (ו) and Alef (א), 6 and 1, indicating that G-d did not just say and physicality appeared in our world; there was a process that involved the 6 and 1 rows of the 42-Letter Name matrix and their associated dimensions.

Let us back up one second.  Since we have already established that the focus of the Torah is in returning us or reconnecting us to the One, let us not gloss over that fact that 91 = (7 x 13), the value of Echad, One.  You see, 91 is also the sum of the digits from 1 -13. Moreover, the sum of the sum of all the numbers through 13 is 455, which is the sum of the 3 aspects of higher Name Ehyeh (אהיה), associated with Binah. The dimension of Binah is what we would call hyperspace, a dimension beyond what we would understand as causality, and thus without time.

As we can see, all the 1820 Tetragrammaton (יהוה) and all the 90,100 Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו) clearly feed into and stem from the first 33 letters of the Torah, so let us not forget that 90,100 equals the sum of the integers from 1 – 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David.  Every one of those 33 letters are engines for unification between worlds, planes, and dimensions and to Oneness.

The Original Kundalini

Even now, skeptics will be saying to themselves, OK 903 is connected to 42 and 42 is a special number, but they do not see anything connecting it to the 42-Letters or linking the 42-Letters with the first 28 or 33 letters of the Torah. Keep reading. We have just seen how the hidden staircase that zigzags or snakes its way in a simple wave-like pattern through Creation connects to 42. We have also seen earlier how the 42-Letter Name generates Pi through a super simple equation to an astonishing degree of accuracy. Now, we will show you how Phi (ϕ) is integrated into it in a similar and most beautiful way as well. One of my colleagues, Peter, was the one who discovered this. The Hebrew language is unique in that all words of three letters or more have 3 root letters, which through permutations form up to 6 different base words. As we have seen the 33 first letters in the Torah, the 216 letters of the Name of 72, and the first 30 digits in Pi are formed by or are partitionable into mathematically significant Triplets.  The 42-Letter Name matrix is no different and is comprised of 14 triplets.  Whether these (72 + 11 + 10 + 14) or 107 Triplets are the only ones to be considered because 107 has meaning is not yet known, since the more gates we approach the more open for us, as is the nature of this magnificent marvel called the Torah.

Until now, most people who recite this 42-Letter Name as a daily prayer or meditation did not know why it was split into Triplets.  The answer is found once again through splitting the 42 Letters in two, just like the 22 letters of the alef-bet, and exactly as we did with 33 first letters, and similarly with the 72 Triplets when we took their square roots and thus splitting them in half as well.  The process starts with the 42 letters being split into two columns of 7 Triplets, in each, which in this case the tzaddikim did for us thousands of years ago, alternating odd-even just like the alef-bet and the first 33 letters. Once again, we are climbing a stairwell through the Name, using the triplets as landings. By connecting 7 of the 14 Triplets in a perfect alternating zigzag fashion and summing up their gematria, we get: Phi (ϕ).

Starting with the first Triplet (אבג) of gematria 6, we then cross over to the second column and dropping down a flight (a row), until we end up on the 7th landing (row) with (שקו) of gematria 406.  The gematria of all 7 Triplets, representing exactly half the 42 Letters is (6 + 359 + 57 + 493 + 110 + 187 + 406) = 1618, as in Phi (ϕ), 1.6180

Then two of the Triplets of the opposite stairwell, the one of the first row (יתץ) and the one of the 7th row (צית) equal (500 + 500) or 1000, and 1000 + 1618 = 2618 or Phi (ϕ)2.

The Remaining Triplets of the left-handed stairwell from the 3rd and 4th rows (יכש) and (בטר) add up to (330 + 211) = 541, the gematria value of Israel.  These are the 6th and 7th Triplets. Notable because (6 x 7) = 42 and (6 + 7) = 13 and (13 + 42) = 55, just as we recently saw with the exceptional sequence in the Bell Prime indices and the occurrences of the letter Vav(ו) in the Shema, and this time they equate to Israel. The remaining 3 Triplets (קרע), (טנע), and (יגל) sum to (370 + 129 + 43) = 542, or Israel plus 1, and are a reference to the 5 (מב) found in the 72 Triplets that we will get into later in this series.

The entire split of the left-handed or non-Phi (ϕ) stairwell totals 2083, which Peter also correctly advised is the 314th Prime, looping us back to Pi.  In a similar way the Torah merged Pi and Phi directly through the equation 401273/ Phi (ϕ) = 248000 because 2480 is the sum of the names of the 5 individual Books of the Torah and their initials (בשובד) add up to 314.

We have seen connections between the number 42 and 3760 or 0 CE in the Hebrew Calendar. We have seen that date connected between 42 and the exceedingly rare Bell Prime Index with the Bell Prime Numbers. We have seen that date 3760 connected with the unified gematria of the 42-Letter Name, the first verse of the Shema, and with the first verse of the Torah. These 3 special portals had exactly 42 unique letters between them (19, 12, and 11). And we just saw 3760 yet again with the 9 Utterances directly connected to 903, the sum of the integers from 1 – 42.

Now, once again, we see 3760 by connecting the right-handed stairwell of the 33 Letters that totaled 903 to the righthanded Phi (ϕ) stairwell of the 42-Letter Name. The right-hand stairwell divided by the total of the 25 Triplets or (903 + 1618)/(3003 + 3701) = .376044.

 

As for the Left-hand stairwell that connects to Ehyeh (אהיה) and Pi/Shadai (שדי), the continuous 13 landings sum to 4183 or .623956 of the total, which is off from .625 or 5/8 by .001044, which just happens to match up with the sum of the original split of the 33 letters into two columns that added up to 1044 and 1959 respectively.

And the difference between those two grand stairwells (4183 -2521) is 1662 or 2 times the gematria sofit of Alef(אלף), so once again 2000 is built into the Genesis equation, possibly alluding to (3760 + 2000) which equals 5760, which is equivalent to the year 2000 CE and whose logarithm is 3.76042248. Need we say more.

What if we told you that 903 times the square root of 5, the core of Phi (ϕ), equals 2019.17.

Unbelievable! The Creator built in a backdoor for us with an ascending stairwell leading straight to the main gate. Or is it a ladder into the cockpit of the command module?

Yet another connection of the 42-Letter Name to the Torah’s incredible first verse is that the entire right side of the 42-Letter Name matrix is numerically equivalent to the 4th, 5th, and 6th words in that verse combined. The word for “the Heavens and the two words that flank it, Et and V’et sum to (401 + 395 + 407) = 1203, the exact same as the 7 triplets on the right-hand side of the 42-Letter Name.  Notice how that 1203 total is comprised of the 2nd word of Torah (203) that was so integral to the Bell Numbers and 1000, which we know to be a numeric appellation of the letter Alef(א) associated with the Binah hyperspace.

What makes this all the more significant is that the 7 triplets of the left-hand side of the 42-Letter Name are numerically equivalent to the remaining 4 words of the Torah’s first verse plus 1000 or Alef(א) once again.  The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 7th words of the first verse (913, 203, 86, and 296) = 1498 and the 7 triplets of the left-hand side of the 42-Letter Name equal 2498 or 1498 plus 1000.

From the splitting of the Alef-bet to the splitting of the 42-Letter Name and the splitting of the 72 Triplets Name, Phi (ϕ) was revealed in conjunction with 1000 and the number 54.  Moreover, the splitting of the 42-Letter Name into equal parts in a most simple, elegant, and symmetrical way, split the name into Phi (ϕ) and Pi. Remember, those 14 Triplets are found in the Torah exactly 506 times, which is not only the gematria of the first row (first two triplets: (אבג יתצ) of the 42-Letter Name matrix, but it is also the complete numerical value of Moshiach Ben David and the sum of all the squares from 12 to 112.

We could say that the 42-Letter Name or 14 Triplets is the fusion of Phi and Pi.  We can also tell you that the sum of the 14 square roots of the 14 Triplets is 210.0262873… This is not only evocative of 210.0 years of exile in Egypt, etc, but 2628 is the sum of the Torah reoccurrences of the Torah’s 4th (את) and 2nd (ברא) words.  And while the 73 is obviously another reference to Torah’s first verse, whose total value equals the sum of the integers from 1 – 73, the number 2628 is the sum of the integers from 1 to 72. Moreover, the Torah’s 5th word (השמים), Heaven, reoccurs 73 times in the Torah and 2628 + 73 = 2701.

Just to complete a little more of the picture: between them, the Torah’s 1st word (בראשית) and 7th (הארץ) reoccur 365 times in the Torah, while the 4th (את) and 6th (ואת) reoccur 3450 times or (10 x 345), the gematria of Moses (משה).

Just as we know that the 506 Torah occurrences of the 14 Triplets are purposefully weaved throughout the Torah so too are the recurrences of the 7 words of the Torah’s first verse from which the 14 Triplets originate, adding yet another layer of purpose, intrigue and design into the Names, Torah, and mathematical constants, and dropping even more clues for us to unravel it all.

Did you notice how the next 3 digits in Phi after 1618 were 033? Coincidence or clue?

Yet another discover that Peter made was that the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th consecutive lines in the 42-Letter Name add up to 1820.  All 18 letters add up to 1820, which as we just discussed and will do so again, is the exact number of times the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) appears in the Torah.

Let us recapitulate. The first row (506) of the matrix connects to Moshiach Ben David. The next 3 rows (93, 387, and 704) equal 1820 and connect to all the Tetragrammaton (יהוה). Leaving us with the last 3 rows (239, 230, and 906) that equal 1375, which represents exactly 50 cubits, the height of the gates of the Future Holy Temple. Exactly 50, as in the 50 Gates of Binah, the Gates of UNDERSTANDING.

Through this Gate and up the winding double helix staircase we must climb. Remember what Rav Brandwein said, “It is through the understanding of the 42-Letter Name that we will bring about the Geulah (final redemption).”
It takes 3.5 revolutions to line up the Triplets in the 42-Letter Name into a Phi/Pi column split, just like the 3.5 years in 42 Months. Just something to ponder.

Special thanks to Peter for his invaluable help on this section. Shabbat Shalom

Ezra

Part VII The Shift

We have pretty well established that neither the Hebrew Alphabet, nor the 54-unit shift from it to Phi(ϕ) was arbitrary in the slightest. In order to better understand the nature and relationship of this 54-unit shift, let us visualize these shifting proportions of numbers, not as a line or rectangle but as the circumference and area of a circle.

We should note that a couple of the amazing properties of Phi(ϕ) are that:

By splitting things into the phi proportion, we are splitting it into a proportion of Phi(ϕ) and 1/ Phi(ϕ). One (1) in this case is the whole value of the alphabet, 1495.

Since there are 360֯ in every circle, we can see that:

The Odd Ordinal Letter Proportion represents:

 

The Even Ordinal Letter Proportion represents:

 

The 1/Phi(ϕ) Letter Proportion represents:

 

The Phi(ϕ) Letter Proportion represents:

 

This angle 137.50֯ is the Phi(ϕ) angle and is the reason for nature’s efficiency in terms of growth.  If a flower, tree, seashell, galaxy or anything branches outward, one turn of either 137.50֯  or 222.50֯ at a time, as it spirals outward from a central point, it will achieve the most efficient use of time and space possible, thus exerting the least amount of energy necessary for the maximum growth and preservation and propagation of life.

Pi is an amazing irrational number of course, but if we were to turn the screws of the spiral according the Pi proportion by using 1/3.14159… instead of 1.618033, as an engine of growth, the result would be 22 spokes of a wheel, analogous to the 22 Letters of the alef-bet, but not the hyper-efficiency as shown in the accompanying picture of the Sunflower.

The Shift between the Odd/Even Ordinal Letter Proportion and the Phi(ϕ) Proportion represents:

Therefore:

All the above charts are simple arithmetic and logical as to why they work out that way. What is not logical is why the greater Phi(ϕ) angle, 222.50֯ less the smaller odd/even angle, 150.50֯, is equal to 72֯ , which was the proportion of the smaller odd/even split to the larger one: (625/870 = 72). There is no mathematical reason that this should happen, especially around such an important number for the Torah.

The shift of 54 units, or 13֯ caused a 72֯ relationship to appear.

Conversely, the lesser Phi(ϕ) angle 137.50֯ plus the odd angle 150.50֯ equals 288֯, which is (360֯ less 72֯).  With the entire Torah based on the number 5, as we have already seen, and with Phi(ϕ) mathematically based on  is it more than curious that 72 is 1/5 of 360, one-fifth of the circle. In Kabbalah 288 is representative of the 288 primordial Holy Sparks that Man was charged with recuperating in order to bring about the final redemption.

Then when we use instead the two larger angles, the larger Even angle and the Greater Phi(ϕ) angle 222.50֯ we get(209.50֯   + 222.50֯ ) = 432֯ = (360֯  + 72֯) and the frequency 432 Hz, derivable from the Torah’s first verse  is a topic for a whole other paper.

This last relationship of 6/5 times 360 degrees is interesting because a circle is dependent on Pi (3.14159…) for its formation utilizing the formula:

This is not causational and may just be coincidental, though it may also be a simple way of showing us that the odd/even ordinal splitting of the alphabet also takes into account the relationship between Phi and Pi.

We only discussed a shift of 54 units, which was equal to a shift of 13 degrees; nevertheless, the sine of an angle of 54֯ is also connected to Phi.

 

What is also not clear at all is why 137.5/924 = 13%. Why does the resultant angle  divided by the value of the larger section (924) also equal 13? If you are wondering what the relationship is between 137.50֯ and 924 units, so are we because one does not exist.

As for the separate relationship between 137.5 and 5 cubits, we will get into that in a later section.

This may be a good point to remind ourselves that the numbers associated with the alef-bet and carved in stone for millennia are more complicated than that. Like the location of the electrons encircling the nuclei of the atom, they are the probabilities within the energetic bandwidth along the exponential curve given by 1.313, and like the 4th word of the Torah, they are anchored by 1 and 400.

There is no reason other than divine intent. What all these angle relationships are telling us is that placing the odd/even ordinal split into a circular form and comparing it with Phi(ϕ) is not only valid, but was part of the initial intent.  It is also telling us that all along we have been lead to the number 13.

Do you believe in coincidences? That 1st chapter in Bamidbar that split the Torah into the Phi proportion in terms of each of its main elements (words, letters and verses), the one with 54 verses, delineated 13 Tribes.

ONE

So why is the 54-shift being equivalent to 13֯ significant? Because the number 13, as a gematria value has always been universally recognized as the numerical value of Ahava (אהבה), meaning love and Echad (אחד), meaning One.

In Zechariah 14:7 we learn that there will come a day when the darkness will be no more, the night and evening will be no more and there will only be light; this is called “One” day (יוֹם-אֶחָד) , in which all will be restored as before anything was split, before the light was split. It is a reset and a redo because the last time around at the end of Day one (יוֹם-אֶחָד) there was already division of Light and darkness (Bereshit 1:4-5).  This One day, or day of perpetual unity, shall be known as the Lord’s Day. Hashem’s Day.

In Zechariah 14:9 we have one of the more famous refrains for the Kabbalists, one weaved into our prayer books. “On that day shall He and His Name be One/He and His Name are One.

We posit that this is the “One” that the 13֯ shift is hinting at.  This profound 7-word 26-letter verse that connects to the same pure Oneness concept of the 6-word first verse of the Shema and the Torah’s 7-word first verse, has very interesting properties. First of all, the 7 final letters add up to 625, or the square root of the Torah’s main elements, and the final letters of the last 6 words sum to 25, evocative of the Odd Ordinal Number splitting of the alef-bet.

The rest of the letters in the verse equal 444, the gematria of the important Torah phrase “from generation to generation (לדר־ודר).” The number 444 is also approximately equal to One(1) continually divided by the Bell Prime Indices.

Next, the 3 central words (הַהוּא, יִהְיֶה יְהוָה) add up to 73, as in the Torah’s first verse.  Also, at 618, the value of the verse’s first word is evocative of phi (.6180). Moreover, there are 26 letters in the verse, reflecting the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), the central word in the verse. Meanwhile, the 10 letters in Echad Ushmo Echad (אחד־ושמו־אחד) add up to 378, the sum of the numbers from 127 as in 33 and the 27 Letters of the complete Hebrew Alef-bet, whose total gematria is 4995 or (5000 -5) or 5(1000-1). This is evocative of the 1000 unit concept of the 72 Triplets, the 1000 letters of the Shema, and the 1000-unit different between the first verse and the 42-Letter Name, coupled with the concept of One(1), and the Unit of 5 at the core of Phi and the Torah. And that is just the beginning.

Speaking of Shema prayer, this “One” is the same “One” in its first verse.   Devarim 6:4 “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our G-d the Lord is One.

The Lord is One is a huge concept that includes a wholeness before anything was split, any division. You can just look around us today and see the anger, hatred, havoc and strife that division sews.  All the technology embedded in the Torah is designed to focus us on reuniting, on unity with the Creation and the Creator, with the Light before the darkness. Oneness. If you are not a conscious part of the matrix (virtual or real, simulation or physical) you just a prisoner of it. In order to get there, to the state of Oneness, there is a shift we must make.  First, we must awaken.  The Torah is providing us with all the clues how to make that shift, how to dial into that frequency of Oneness, how to awaken.

Oneness is One with the Creator or Creative forces of the greater universe. It is not singing kumbaya because you received a mass twitter feed or shouting “we are one” at a rally or staged event. That is manipulation. Oneness awakens within. This is why there was 3 days of fasting before the unity of the Jews in the Megillat Ester. They needed to separate from physicality. It is the same principle on the Day of atONEment.

If you recall, we stated early on, before we split the alef-bet in two, that the Hebrew alphabet was designed according to an exponential scale based on a factor of 1.313, which is the inverse of the logarithmic scale, so how apropos is it that the logarithm of 13 is 1.11, mimicking the numerical value (111) of the first letters of the alphabet Alef(אלף).

Phi(ϕ) is a very special mathematical constant and like Pi, if it did not exist, neither would we. Our physicality could not exist without the scaffolding that maintains it anymore than a building can exist without the metal or wood framing that gives it its basic shape. Before we reveal Phi’s absolute relationship with the number 1, we want to remind you about the alphabet and Phi(ϕ) splits with regards to 1.

Adding the digits in the odd/even ordinal split:

6 + 2 + 5 + 8 + 7 + 0 = 28  2 + 8 = 1 (One)

Adding the digits in the Phi(ϕ) split:

5 + 7 + 1 + 9 + 2 + 4 = 28  2 + 8 = 1 (One)

Adding the digits of the total value of the alef-bet plus the shift of 54:

The number 13 reduces to 1 (One) in yet another way. It is part of the set of “happy” numbers, whose digits when squared then added and the process continually repeated, eventual reduce to 1. Other happy numbers are 7, 10, 28, 70

Part of the beauty and efficiency of Phi (ϕ) is its source: 1 (One). Phi (ϕ) can be generated by utilizing 1 single number, the number 1 (One). It is true that any number can be generated by adding 1, for example 5 is (1 + 1 + 1 + 1 +1) but that is cheating a bit and Phi (ϕ) is an irrational number (1.618033887…) so adding 1+1 does not work; it only works with whole numbers. That said, the continual fraction expansion of Phi (ϕ), in other words, Phi (ϕ) as an infinite fraction is:

Also:

Also:

We can appropriately regard Phi (ϕ) as derivative of 1 (One).  And the 13-degree shift in the odd/even ordinal alef-bet split toward the Phi () split as a shift towards 1 (One).

The Shift is a Shift Towards One

Every irrational number can easily be written as an infinite fraction. Of them all, Phi (ϕ) is the most difficult and is unique in that it has exactly 1 numeral. Every irrational number serves a specific purpose in the universe. Every number serves a purpose in the Torah; every number can be a heavenly portal if approached from the right paths. It appears as if Phi ) has a direct route.

As strange as it is, the Phi (ϕ) split number 924 is found at the center of the 13th line of Pascal’s triangle.

There are numerous Torah numbers embedded in the palindromic Pascal’s pyramid, but the beauty in it lies in its simplicity, and that so many mathematical series and functions can be generated from it so easily: the Fibonacci number series that is directly proportionate to Phi (ϕ); the sequence of 2n by adding up the numbers in the rows; the sequence of 11n by using the small gematria of each row’s number; and so many other sequences.

The Pilots

The Name Moshe (משה) breaks down in terms of its ordinal value into Mem(מ), 13, and Shin-Hei(שה), 26, or Adonai Echad (אחד  יהוה). The assignation, Moshiach (משיח) breaks down in terms of its ordinal value into Mem(מ), 13, and Shin-Yud-Chet(שיח), 39, or Echad Adonai Echad  (אחד  יהוה  אחד).

Is there any doubt behind the guiding principles of the launch codes?

So how do we get a ticket to this hyperspace freedom adventure ride? The cost of the ticket is different for all of us and is wholly dependent on our individual attachment to physicality. The price of the ticket is free, but the height bar is set at “Awoken.” That’s why we refer to the tzaddikim as giants. If you cannot let go, you cannot board—it is as simple as that.

And in case we think that the shift will be made for us from above rather than of our own volition and as a result of our own actions, we need only look to the hint provided in the Torah’s first verse once again. The ordinal value of the final word, “the earth (הארצ)” is 26 + 18 = 44. The good news is the that the message also reads “G-d Lives (יח יהוה)” and Phi (ϕ)2 as 2.618. Which leads us to our next section where we examine possible launch codes and sequences, metaphorically and metaphysically, and explore one of the tools given to us to foster that awakening.

The Inner Circle

Completing Part VI, Section D

All the numbers we have been dealing with concerning the Torah’s first verse and its cubic nature, form a circle. They all circle and cycle back on each other, starting with 173, as the sum of the small gematria of the 42-Letter Name. There was 37 and 73 and 127 and 137 and they are all prime numbers. Then there were the offshoots of these numbers like 27 = 128 and 64 with 7 being a prime number and 64 already being a cube.

We begin with 173, the 40th prime. Add to it (37 and 73), the (12th and 21st) primes respectively and we realize that not only is (37 x 73) equal to 2701, the value of the entire first verse, but (12 + 21) is equal to 33, as in the 33 letters of the first 8 words. Next, we realize that their primal positions 40 + 12 + 21 are equal to 73, as in the sum of the integers from 1 – 73 that equal 2701. The circle continues as 137 is the 33rd prime number. And the total number of possible combinations for the 7 first words, 127, is the 31st prime. Together, (33 + 31) = 64, as in the 64 cubic times each of the 7 words could be individually combined. Moreover, just as 73 + 64 = 137, so naturally do the primal locations (40 + 12 + 21) + (33 + 31) = 137.

Then, while (173 + 37 + 73) = 283, the 61st prime, (173 + 37 + 73 + 137 + 127) = 547, the 101st prime.  And 101 is the 26th prime, as in the value of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), with (101 + 26) being equal to 127, the 7th Mersenne Prime and 31st overall Prime once again.

Let us press “pause” for a second, because the Name Israel is exactly found 547 times in the Torah, and its numerical value is 541, the 100th prime, the One that precedes 547, the sum of our Prime core circle of 5. Are the primes, marking places in a cosmic matrix, or are they discreet irreducible prime energy levels, or both? Should we be looking at the prime numbers as the elements in our periodic table perhaps? Are we looking at our universe in the right way?  Or is this extremely sophisticated design of the Torah illustrating to us that there is also a much more sophisticated design to the universe as well?

Does it mean anything that the value of the Name Israel, 541 is found 625 times in the Torah, matching the square root of the 3 main Torah elements, 625, found 9 (3 x 3) times in the Torah. Or that the Name Israel is exactly found 547 times in the Torah, and its numerical value is 541, the 100th prime and that 547 + 541 + 1 = 332?  Or that 547 is both the sum of out 5 core Prime Genesis Numbers (173 + 37 + 73 + 137 + 127) = 547, and the 101st prime, with 101 – 100 = 1? And since 101 is well known to the kabbalists as the gematria of “Michael,” the archangel protector of Israel, is it possible they were aware of this connection on some level and that Michael was a specific energetic archetype uniquely associated with Israel? In the same way, is the archangel Metatron of numerical value 314 a specific energetic archetype uniquely associated with knowledge? Or the archangel Raziel of numerical value 248, could he be a specific energetic archetype uniquely associated with secret knowledge? There are only 7 of them. It is not as if their names of numerical equivalents were chosen randomly.

We can add to that list of select core primes, the sum of the unique Primeth Recurrence series through 127 and get 179, the 41st Prime.  And while (173 and 137) have primal locations of (40 and 33) respectively, which sum to 73, the sum of (173 + 137) + (40 + 33) = 383, the 76th prime and 76 is the ordinal value, as we know, of the Torah’s first word.

What the rest of our inner circle of primes have in common is found in their locations: 73 is the 21st prime; 127 is the 31st one; 179 is the 41st one; 283 is the 61st one; and 547 is the 101st one. If the primes were laid out as a 10 by x matrix, they would all line up in the first column (21st, 31st, 41st, 61st, 101st).  And along with our discussion of the negative or null space within the first verse, we see that 173 – (37 + 73) = 63, as in the 63 null space cells for each of the 127 combinations. And considering 173 is the 40th prime and 37 and 73 are the 12th and 21st primes respectively, we get 40 – (12 + 21) = 7, which is the 4th prime, and 7 x 4 = 28, while the 28th prime is 107, and the sum of the integers from 1-107 is 5778.

As far as complementary numbers to this prime set, (173 -73) = 100; and (137 – 37) = 100; then there is 27 = 128; and (128 – 127) = 1; and (128 – 28 letters) = 100, which leads to 107 – 7 = 100.

Finally, 37 + 73 + 137 + 173 = 420. We could add 4 for the 4 elements in the equation, as all the preeminent kabbalists would, to get 424, or just leave it as 10 x 42.

Time to stop the presses again. Remember how (173 + 137 + 127 + 73 + 37) = 547, the 101st prime and Israel was found 547 times in the Torah, well…. The numerical value 173 is found 13 times in the Torah; that of 137 is found 57 times; that of 127 is incredibly found 64 times, considering their relationship in the combinations of the 7 words; that of 73 is found 89 times; and that of 37 is found 555 times. Collectively, the 5 core primes total 778. Need we say more.

Where is the Pilot’s Seat to this Ship?

If the first verse is a command module of sorts, where is the pilot’s seat? Another question could be who is the pilot? As with any treasure hunt, we need to follow the clues. There are six visible alefs(א) in the Torah’s first verse for a total name value of 6 x 111 or 666. They occur in every word of the verse except the 5th word, H’Shamayim (השמים), meaning “The Heavens.” The three central letters of H’Shamayimשמים) are the same 3 letters in Moshiach (משיח). If we substitute Moshiach (משיח) of numerical value 358 for H’Shamayim (השמים) of numerical value 395 the difference is 37, meaning a 37-unit reduction in the value of the first verse from 2701 to 2664. While 37 is telling as one of our Prime Core Numbers, and 64 is one of our main cubic numbers also associated with that verse, 2664 is exactly 4 times 666. It can also be viewed as 24 x 111 or 4! X 111, or 4 factorial times alef (א). In essence, by substituting Moshiach (משיח) for H’Shamayim (השמים), we have increased the number of alefs(א) by 18 from 6 to 24, a 4-fold increase.  Naturally, 2664 also equals 37 x 72. Moreover, through the resultant 2664 and 4! the Tetragrammaton(יהוה) was injected into the equation.  Moreover, while those 18 alefs(א) are found in the Life, Chai (חי) of Moshiach (משיח), the swapped-out letters (הם) of numerical value 45 is that of Adam or man. The square root of 18 is 4.242640… as in 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David, and as in 26 and 64 once again.

There is also a relationship between 2664 and the 2669 times the value (401) of the word Et (את), the 4th word and article that precedes H’Shamayim (השמים) as found in the Torah. While the difference between 2669 and 2664 is 5 like the 5th word, the complete numerical value of the word Et (את) is 401 + 23 = 424, that of Moshiach Ben David.  Another way to get to 2669, is utilizing the word for “The Annointed One, (המשיח)” which includes the hei(ה) of H’Shamayim (השמים) as well. As a final note on that matter, some look at the 95 (המים) in 395 (השמים), not just as the spiritual waters or hyperspace, but as “The King (המלך).” The king and the waters share a few mathematical properties in common, which is not so common for most words in the Torah. While both have the same gematria of 90 without the prefix “the” and 95 with it, both have not only the same number of letters, but both also share the same ordinal value of 36, or 41 with the prefix hei(ה). They also share the same small gematria value, (4+1+4) = (4+3+2) = 9 or alternatively (5+4+1+4) = (5+4+3+2) = 14. These properties hold true for any word comprised on the same exact root letters.

Now, let us look for more clues inside the Torah’s 5th word, H’Shamayim (השמים) of numerical value 395. It is simple arithmetic that 395 = (400 – 5), which equals (5 x 80) – 5, reminiscent of the Torah’s 80,000 – 52 words, 58 total elements, and 5845 verses.  As the Shin(ש) in (השמים) is 300, and the Mem(מם) is 80, the Hey(ה) is 5 and the Yud(י) is 10 or 4+3+2+1, we also have the 304,805 letters represented. Though more significant is the connection between the Mem(מם) as 80, the value of the letter Pe(פ), not just because of the 4805 Pes(פ), in the Torah, but because it is the same numerical value as the Hebrew word for Throne (כס).  Kes(כס) and Mem(מם) also share the same ordinal value, 26. Now the name of the letter Pe(פא) is spelled out with the letter alef(א), which is apropos since the word for throne, Kiseh(כסא), appears in the Torah with the additional alef(א). The clue for the alef(א) hidden within the energetic confines of the letter Pe(פ) is found in its spiraling design Pe(פ), which we know from the Arizal purposely conceals a letter Bet (ב).

As opposed to the pure math in the other sections, this section is all just conjecture. We are not saying that a mini-Moshiach is climbing into the 5th word of the Torah. Nevertheless, the space provided by the missing alef (א) in the 5th word allows for Moshiach to harness the multi-dimensional hypercube and engage the hyperdrive for us.  The Torah hints that Moses (משה) did it as well. The Name or Triplet Moshe (משה) in found in the 5th word H’Shamayim (השמים) and also as in the 5th triplet (מהש) of the 72 Triplets. The Torah tells us that Moshe (השמים) ascended Mt Sinai for 40 days (השמים) to receive the 10 (השמים) Commandments.  Is it odd that the Zohar would tell us that Moses received the 173 keys to Heaven (השמים) and that 173 is the 40th prime? Or is it Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai understood what he was talking about 1900 years ago.  Neither primes, nor mathematics other than simple gematria is ever discussed in the Zohar, so he was not reverse engineering the word for Heaven, he was making legitimate energetic connections to it.  We are ones fortunate enough today to be able to partially reverse engineer it to graps a little of what he knew intuitively. Oddly, the small gematria of ‘the waters” (5*4*1*4) = 80 and “The King” (5*4*3*2) = 120, a possible reference to Moses’ 80 years prior to Mt Sinai, and his total 120-year lifespan, as promised by G-d in Genesis 6:3.

How do we know an alef (א) was consciously or purposefully missing? We can infer this from the relationship between the 42-Letter Name of numerical value 3701 and the first verse of numerical value 2701 in that 1/3701 = .0002702 which represents the additional alef (א).  It would seem that a place, or opportunity, was figuratively reserved for both Moshe and Moshiach.  Of course, the difference between Moshe and Moshiach is 358 – 345 = 13.  And in case you had not noticed, those 173 keys, or the small gematria of the 42-Letter Name, 173, is 3701 in reverse.

My teacher, Rav Brandwein of blessed memory, once explained to me, regarding the 42-Letter Name that it takes two drops from below to awaken one above, and while 3701 – 2701 = 1000, (2 x 173) – 345 (Moshe) = 1.

Partitioning

What is all this telling us? What are partitions? They are combinations of elements.

When these elements are the letters in the words of the Torah, they are no longer simple number grouping.  All the great kabbalists throughout time decoded the Torah by permuting and recombining the letters, including Rav Abraham Abulafia in numerous texts, Rav Isaac Luria and Rabbi Chaim Vital in the Kitve Ari, Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in the Zohar, and Abraham Avinu in the Sefer Yetzirah. Partitioning is the first step, followed by combinatorics, then permutations, then alpha-numeric translation and evaluation through the gematria ciphers. As with all processes, the first step is always the most difficult. Whether it was partitioning the energy vibration levels and 11 dimensions (including time) in the creation of the universe; or partitioning the alef-bet, representative of those levels, into two sets of 11 letters; or then partitioning the Torah into 79,975 words, 5845 verses, 54 portions, 670 paragraphs, 187 chapters and the 5 Books, that first step eventually gave rise to infinite dimensionality in which every eventuality was originally conceived and which lay latent from the outset. That mouthful means “the end was in the beginning.” Just as choosing to walk in a door or walk past it will change every moment of your life from then on, so too the first split guided everything that followed.

We have already established that the 22 letters are elements to be partitioned. The Sefer Yetzirah calls them “building blocks,” which it breaks down into 3 Mothers, 7 Doubles, and 12 Elementals.” The Indices of the 7 known Bell Primes are 2, 3, 7, 13, 42, 55, 2841 and we have accounted for the numbers 13, 42 and 55 in terms of the Torah and the Shema prayer derived from it. Given unlimited efficiency, every number (and letter) would have at least one specific purpose; therefore, the numbers 2, 3 and 7 in the Bell Primes add up to 12, as in the 12 Elementals, especially given that 3 could represent the 3 Mothers and 7, the 7 Doubles.

Sefer Yetzirah 1:2
Ten Sefirot of Nothingness
And 22 Foundation Letters:
Three Mothers,
Seven Doubles
And Twelve Elementals

Of course, we would be remiss if we did not point out that 2 x 3 x 7 = 42. Or that 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/7 + 1/42 = 1

As is becoming increasingly obvious, it is all about the One (1) and how to get there through the 42-Letter Name, the first verse of Bereshit and the Shema.

Now go ask Google what is the answer to life, the universe and everything. The answer will always be 42. Regardless of why that is, do you think that it is just a cosmic coincidence? The end is in the beginning. Baseball is a game of numbers, so what number do you think hangs over every stadium? 42.

Even the Name Google: In order to demonstrate the computational magnitude, enormity, and the rarity of the 7 Bell Prime Indices (2, 3, 7, 13, 42, 55, 2841), we will give you an idea what they actually represent. Each number corresponds to their respective Bell Prime (2, 5, 877, 27644437, 35742549198872617291353508656626642567, and 359334085968622831041960188598043661065388726959079837) and that only takes us to 55.  You can imagine what kind of enormous number corresponds to the 2841st index.

Given all that, as my colleague Peter recently pointed out, the first six Bell Prime Indices (2 + 3 + 7 + 13 + 42 + 55) add up to 122, which given the exceedingly strong (13,42,55) Shema connection, the sum 122 can be seen as analogous to the middle 122-word paragraph of the Shema that came straight out of Devarim 11:13-21. So at this point, the 248 words of the Shema are split into 6 words of 25 letters, like the 625 square root of the Torah’s main elements, the 42-word paragraph, the middle (2+3+7+13+42+55) word paragraph and the final 72-word one plus the 6 silent words. Out of the 248 words, the first verse and the first and last paragraphs together total (6+42+72) = 120 words. This once again figuratively connects Moshe and Abraham, and once again connects one crucial partitioning to another, the 22 verses of the Shema to the 22 letters of the Alef-bet.

Is it feasible to believe that any man, even Moses, could make these calculations? That he would do so just so that he could incorporate them into the Shema and Bereshit?

Just in case we were to think this alignment was just a beautiful coincidence and not the work of a powerful supercomputer, or more likely, the infinite mind of the Creator, there are a few more facts we should mention.  First of all, there are exactly 42 ways to partition 10 elements, like the 10 sefirot or 10 dimensions. And 55 is both the sum of the integers from 1 to 10, and also the 10th Fibonacci Number, the number series based on the Phi proportion. Moreover, 13 is the 7th Fibonacci number and there are exactly 7 combinations of Fibonacci numbers within those first 10 Fibonacci numbers that sum to 42. As we will see later in this series, there are even more significant and singular ways the universe is connecting 10 and 42 and 1 and 42. If we were looking for a way to access the freedom of the 10 dimensional hyperspace, has the Torah and the universe given us enough clues yet?

In reviewing the Bell Prime Indices we see that 13 x 42 x 55 = 30030, or 10 x 3003, which is the sum of the gematria of the first 8 words (33 letters) of the Torah. It is also the sum of the integers from 1 -77 and there are 77 ways to partition the 12 Elementals. If we divide instead, we get 55/42/13 = .10073260073. Once again seeing an indicative key number (26) flanked by the number 73, meaning wisdom as previously explained. Last time, it was 314 (Shaddai); this time it is the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) of value 26, and of course the first verse has a value equal to the sum of the integers from 1 – 73.

Moreover, the triplet 600 in 55/42/13 = .10073260073 may represent the product of the digits in (1 x 3 x 4 x 2 x 5 x 5), and/or the 600 Egyptian chariots that chased the 600,000 Israelite men out of Egypt. If we sum those same digits we get (1+3+4+2+5+5) = 20, spiritually and kabbalistically analogous to Keter (כתר), the highest dimension, because the Hebrew word for 20, Esrim (עשרים), shares the same gematria of 620, which we also find by adding the results of our Product (600) and our sum (20).

(1 x 3 x 4 x 2 x 5 x 5) + (1 + 3 + 4 + 2 + 5 + 5) = 620 (כתר)

We mentioned earlier that all Hebrew words have triplet root letters and the root of Keter (כתר) is Kater (כתר), meaning surrounding, as in the endless surrounding the Tree-of-life in the center of the garden.  This is why the limit of the height of a sukkah in the holiday of Sukkot is 20 cubits, and why the 620 letters of the 10 Commandments was in chapter 20 of Exodus, and also why there are 62 letter Yuds(י) of numerical value 10 each within those 10 Commandments. Moreover the 10 Commandments begin at the 107,007th letter in the Torah, perhaps reminiscent to .10073260073, and they end at the 62nd paragraph.  Intelligent design!

As for a little contextual symmetry that steps beyond the Torah and into our world today. With its present borders, including the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, Israel is exactly 11,466 square miles, which when converted to time, is 54 minutes shy of precisely 8 days, the time necessary for a covenant (brit). In the 54th paragraph of the Book of Shemot, we find the 10 Commandments at letter # 107,007 and chapter 70 in the Torah. The square root of those specific square miles ties right in, as if it were preplanned thousands of years ago: √11466 = 107.07.

We showed the integration of 6 of the 7 Bell Prime Indices (2, 3, 7, 13, 42, 55, 2841), but what of the 7th Bell Prime Index (2841) and how does it relate to the first 7-word verse of the Torah beside the obvious 28 letters? In our introduction article to this series we let it be known that we would be integrating and aligning the Torah’s first verse, the Shema’s first verse and the 42-Letter Name as the three entry portals to the world beyond (Olam Haba, the sea of Binah, hyperspace)–emergency escape valves if you will.  We saw how the gematria of each respectively added up to 2701 + 1118 + 3701 = 7520 so that they can be split in two to equal the pivot point on the Divine Calendar: 3760 HC (0 CE)

We should note here that 376 is the gematria of the most familiar Hebrew word, Shalom (שלום), meaning Peace. It also means Hello!

We also saw how the 6th of these elements, 55, corresponded with the 6th Bell number, (1,2,5,15,52 203, 877…) which was the sum of the first 3 letters of the Torah, etc.

If we pair up and add the 7th Bell Prime Index 2841 with the 7th Bell Number (877), we get (2841 + 877) = 3718, and 3718 + 42 = 3760 (0 CE).

In reflection of the 7th Bell and the number 42, if we look at the number 42 as the 4th root of 2, we get:

Earlier, we applied the gematria cipher of the “product/sum” to the total gematria of the Torah. Applying it to the loose relationship between 2841 and 877 gives us (2841 x 877)/(2841+877) = 670.13, as in the 670 paragraphs in the Torah, and 13 once again. One notable aspect of this is that there are 13 digits in the 7 Bell Primes and 13 digits in the 7 Bell Prime Indices. And 13 digits in the 7 first elements of the Primeth Recurrence series.  In the next article in this series we will see just what an integral roll the number 13 plays. Is it a coincidence the Torah’s Creator built it into the Torah’s very first word, bereshit of numerical value 913? Is it a coincidence certain dark forces told the world that 13 was unlucky and that it should be erased from our buildings and elevators.

Another oddity about these 7 unique Bell Prime Indices (2, 3, 7, 13, 42, 55, 2841) is that their digits when partitioned as |2, 3, (2+3), (7+1+3), (4+2+5+5+2+8+4+1)| = |2, 3, 5, 11, 31| matching the Primeth Recurrence series (2, 3, 5, 11, 31…) perfectly. Einstein said, “God doesn’t play dice with the universe.” If He does, they are loaded.

Meanwhile, the sum of the digits in the 7 Bell Numbers is (1+2+5+1+5+5+2+2+0+3+8+7+7) is 48, as in the sum of the cubic lengths of all 7 Words in the first verse 48.778. Go figure!

And just like the 6 Bell Number digits that equaled 26, so too do the 6 Primeth Recurrence series digits (2+3+5+1+1+3+1+1+2+7). It is like someone is putting their fingerprint on all these rare “naturally occurring series” and all the equations that result from their interactions. The Tetragrammaton (יהוה) = 26, just like the 26 digits in the 7 elements of each of the two Bell Primes series combined.

It is as if you were in a lab and mixing whatever odd chemicals you could find in random ways and every time the reaction gave you similar results, the exact same amount of free energy.

Crisscross

We have found several instances so far in which the mathematics integrated into the Torah’s first 7 words and first 8 words have significance far beyond these verses. Yet another example is found in the simple division of the sum of the 8 words by the sum of the 7 words or 3003/2701 = 1.1118, giving us One(1) and 1118, the value of the Shema’s first verse.

Yet again, the Shema and the Torah’s first verse are integrated.

Moreover, there are 7 words and 8 words, 28 letters and 33 letters in the two verses respectively; their sum of (7 + 8 + 28 + 33) = 76, the ordinal value of the Torah’s first word (Bereshit).

We also see that the 7 words of the Torah’s first verse total 2701, which is the sum of integers from 1 – 73. Divide that by its words and letters, 2701/(7 +28) = 77.17… Then juxtapose that with the value of the 8 first words of the Torah, 3003, which is the sum of integers from 1 – 77. Divide that by its words and verses, 3003/(8 +33) = 73.24… Thus, the results of these two simple equations, 77 for the 7 words and 73 for the 8 words, reverse or crisscross their given integer sums:

Is it possible the 7th Bell Prime 877 was sending us a message from deep within the heart of the universe?

Most of the time, the Torah’s Creator highlights things through redundancy yet sometimes He highlights things by omission. In the Torah we have the letters and the blank parchment they are written on. This same attribute applies to the universe as well.  The Kabbalists call this black fire and white fire. Certainly, this applies in the Torah, where the highest word value is 1500 and lowest 3, bounding the set of Torah word values and limiting it to 1498 possibilities, matching the value of the combined 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 7th words of the Torah’s first verse (913, 203, 86, and 296).  And since there are 1024 actual word values used, (1498 – 1024) possible values are not utilized, making the size of this empty set, 474, as in the 11th dimension (sefira), Da’at or Knowledge. Given the 1024 vertices of the 10-dimensional cube, it is possible that there are somehow also 474 virtual vertices containing hidden knowledge.

As for white fire of hidden knowledge in the universe itself, there is only one positive integer under 100 that man and his computers have not been able to find a solution to the Diophantine equation (a3 + b3 + c3) that do not comply with for technical reasons either (9K + 4) or (9K +5). So far, they have checked all the possibilities through all the combinations through 1016 digits. That number: 42.

And if you recall, dividing the number 9 by the numerical string formed by the 42-Letter Name of G-d gave us 9/.1230490… = 73.141593 or 70 + Pi. Was that extraordinary equation hinted at, alluded to, or integrated with the cubic length of the “bereshit:9.70?

Things are starting to take shape, albeit one that is somewhat beyond our comprehension. Nevertheless, we were never meant to figure it all out, just to understand enough to make contact.  In the next article, everything comes full circle, literally.

Have an amazing Shabbat and Shavuot and make sure you make the highest connections possible.

Ezra

Part VI Section C: For Whom the Bell Tolls

Before we get back to Bell Numbers, we want to clarify something. We explained earlier that the only way for us to comprehend a higher dimensional object is to project it onto a 2-dimensional surface.  This picture is a higher dimension orthographic projection of a hypercube onto a 2-dimension surface.  It is a combination or points and connecting lines and we are viewing it from one of a nearly infinite assortment of possible angles. Obviously, it loses a tremendous amount of information as it is dumbed down to our level.  What looks like a spider’s web to us is a confluence of numerous cubes, cells, faces overlapping, integrating and intersections in myriad ways.  When we read the Torah we are reading a 2-dimensional object.  From what we have seen, especially since so many attributes in it form perfect cubes, even in multi-dimensions, it is entirely probable that what we are seeing is a projection down from higher dimensions. And that the information we are registering is a tiny fraction of what is available to us.

Now onto Bells. In combinatorial mathematics, the Bell numbers count the possible partitions of a set.  To understand partitioning, we can see that One element can be divided only 1 way, making 1 the first Bell number. Two elements can be split up as (1,2) and (12) or two ways, making 2 the second Bell number. Three elements can be split or partitioned into (1,2,3); (12,3); (1,23); (13,2); and (123) or 5 ways, making 5 the 3rd Bell number. In other words, The nth of these numbers, Bn, counts the number of different ways to partition a set that has exactly n elements

Very few of these Bell numbers are also prime numbers, meaning irreducible (non-factorable) numbers.  The second Bell number is 2, which is a prime number, so is 5, the third Bell number and second Bell Prime. The next Bell Prime is 877, which is the only the 7th Bell number. They start growing exponentially large from there. Our supercomputers have only found 7 Bell Primes so far, making them extremely rare in the universe.

If you rank all the Bell Numbers from B1 to Bn and record where those 7 rare Bell Primes are found, you would have an index of all the Bell Primes. This is known as the Bell Prime Indices.  The Indices of the 7 known Bell Primes are the 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 13th, 42nd, 55th, and 2841st Bell Numbers, giving us the so far finite sequence: 2, 3, 7, 13, 42, 55 and 2841. This sequence is called “the indices of Prime Bell Numbers.”

As these are the rarest of sequential sets based on important and elementary mathematical and real-world principles—how to divide up any grouping—we must conclude that any substantial interweaving with the Torah’s design would be profound.

In the Beginning

Let us begin in the beginning by connecting the Torah’s first word to the 13-42-55 sequence in the Shema, and independent of that connection to the Bell Primes.  Bereshit (בראשית) has 6 letters (elements), just like the letter vav (ו) that was found in the 13-42-55 proportion in the Shema, which we should remind you is wholly comprised of 3 excerpted paragraphs from the Torah, not a manmade external prayer.  It was in the relationship between the second two paragraphs and the first 42-word one that this proportion unfolded. The number of possible partitions of the 6 elements in Bereshit (בראשית) is 203, which would make it the 6th Bell Number. The 2nd word, a 3-letter word, in the Torah is Bara (ברא) of numerical value 203.  The design structure of the Torah’s 2nd word, a 3-letter word of numerical value 203 being indicative of 2 x 3 = 6 and that it is also equal to the 6th Bell Number (203) is probably purposeful. Yet even more significant perhaps is that the first core syllable of the Torah, one of the main partitions of that first 6 letter word is also Bere (ברא) of value 203, and that the product of both the digits in 203 is obviously also 2 x 3 = 6.

In our hypothesis that the Torah is a hyper complex projection of interconnected multi-dimension cells, edges, and vertices of varying energy types, frequencies, wavelengths and quanta of energy onto 2-dimensional space, one of those projection points would be the 1820 Tetragrammaton(יהוה) that we see in the Torah. As 1820 is (1792 +28) they could most easily be seen as projections from the 1792 faces of an 8-dimensional hypercube. Moreover, there are precisely 1526 times that the Tetragrammaton(יהוה) appears in the Torah without a prefix, and 1729 times that the exact value (26) of the Tetragrammaton(יהוה) appears in the Torah, which leads us to (1729-1526) = 203 times that the value (26) applies to a word other than the Tetragrammaton(יהוה).

At this point the idea would not be to draw our attention to 203 or the first 3 letters of the Torah yet again, as the redundancy is already beyond. So, what could be the point?

Perhaps, this first verse of 28 letters is more than special. What if it exists as an entity unto itself, a hyper-dimensional, possibly transformational, vehicle integrally connected to every aspect of the Torah yet also severable, like a Merkava or commandship/escape nodule. Then again, we can only see 7 words handwritten on parchment, so anything beyond that is just virtual for now.

It is virtual, like everything you see on your flat computer screen and everything around the world that you think it is connected to. It is just glass, metal, a few circuits, pixels, and photons, slightly 3-dimensional, though mostly 2-dimensional. Look behind it, where are all those connections? Virtual! Do you know for sure that you are having an email exchange with a real person, that the events of a viral video ever really happened, that the algorithm you trusted to search trillions of sources of data, did not cherry pick a few paid for ones for you. Not only can you not trust the world being presented to you on your screen, you have no way of knowing if any of it really exists. Are you going to turn to your TV screen or phone screen for verification?

We are becoming used to accepting virtual as real.  Perhaps our consciousness is being prepared for, or just evolving into a state where we are ready to accept a new far more advanced and transformational technology, one that has been preserved for us for thousands of years.  Sure, it looks primitive, but how long do you think an iPhone would have lasted if it were given to our ancestors on the side of a mountain 3330 years ago. I can tell you from experience that the battery would not have lasted more than a few hours.

Between The Genesis Prayer, years’ worth of Kabbalahsecrets.com articles and Books, and this extended paper, we have explored deep into the makings of the word Bereshit (בראשית), yet the deeper we get the more there is to find, and the more astounding is the embedded technology. One of the myriad examples of the works of creation, maaseh bereshit, whose initials are MB(42), are once again found in the ordinal value of the 6 letters in the word Bereshit (בראשית): (2,20,1,21,10,22). After partitioning them as (2,20;  1,21;  10; 22), they can be combined and simplified to a set of 4 numbers (22;  22;  10; 22), bringing us back to that important relationship between the 10 sefirot (dimensions) and the 22 pathways between them, and to the relationship between the 22 steps (iterations) between every power of 10. The ancient kabbalists saw the relationship between the tree-of-life and two stacked cubes.

They were primarily concerned with the 10 dimensions and the 22 pathways between them represented by the 22 letters. The true kabbalists, in spite of any modern jewelry or mockery to the contrary never envisioned the tree-of-life as a flat static diagram.  A casual observance of the tree shows the overlapping hexagons, which we now know can be viewed as 2-dimensional shadows or projections of a 3-dimensional cube.  We also now know that two 3-dimensional stacked cubes is the first step in the expansion to a hypercube or from the projection of a hypercube onto our 3rd dimensional space.  Moreover, the 10 sefirot were never balls on a page, but concentric expansions in space, akin to the 210 hypercube.  The combination of pathways between them are practically innumerable. This is not to say that they viewed the universe as a cube, only that they viewed it as multiple nested expansions of space, and that they realized that anything we see in this world is a filtered projection from beyond. They strove to take the physical observations of this world and contemplate the nature of the upper dimensions by analyzing the projections that they were observing. That is the lesson in all the travel tales of the Rabbis in the Zohar.

Ask yourself: Why a tree? Does it look like a tree? Why was the Tree-of-Life in the center of the garden?

What do the branches of a tree do? They branch out, expand. What governs that expansion? Phi. Tree is Etz (עץ) in Hebrew, a combination of the 16th  and 18th letters in the alphabet, just line 1.6180… It is also in gematria sofit 970, as in the cubic length of the Torah’s first word (9.70), as illustrated in the previous section. The garden, as it is written in the Torah is “הגן,” whose numerical value can either be 58, reminiscent of 58 yet again, or 708, as in the value of the upper 42-Letter Name, the triple expansion of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה). As the cautionary tale goes, Adam had full access to the vast expansion of the spiritual (dimensions beyond) universe but once he connected to the limitations of physicality (the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil) he was cut off. Once he began thinking in 3-dimensions and of his own powers of creativity within the bounds of 3 dimensions he was trapped, and could not go back. Our story, the Chronicles of Adam, our journey to get back, began in the 5 verses of chapter 5 of paragraph 13 of the Torah. It began when Adam was 130 years old and begat Seth, whose name is comprised of the last 2 letters of the alef-bet (שת), a hidden reference to the 5 Books of Moses that we would receive after 26 generations at Mt Sinai of numerical value 130, in the year 1313 BCE.  That was when we would receive the main tool through whose understanding, we would eventually be able to return.

The letter combination in Seth’s name (שת) is also the final gate of the 231 Gates comprised of the 231 possible pairings of the 22 Letters, as Abraham explains them in the Sefer Yetzirah.  This brings up yet another way to view the 248 dimensions in the E8 Lattice, considering that there are currently 17 known particles and forces in our universe, and 231 gates + 17 fundamental particles/forces = 248.

Do you see the similarity in the last two webbed projections? This second one is a 8-Orthoplex, one of the 2160 8-orthoplex that surround each point in the 248 dimensions of the E8 lattice. Any possibility Abraham knew this on some level? Yes, Abraham (248) did predate the Torah by exactly 500 years, but he and the early kabbalists had other tools that allowed him to access it in its spiritual or higher-dimensional form. We do too, and without them, getting beyond the limits of physicality and unleashing the true transformational power of the Torah is very difficult.

Let us talk about Adam’s son, Seth (שת) for a moment. If we apply the common gematria atbash (reverse alphabet) the two final letters at the back of the alphabet line up with the first two letters of the alphabet (אב), meaning father. Together these 4 letters, bookending the alef-bet add up to 703, as in the gematria of the last two words of the first verse, Et H’Ertz, already discussed. The next atbash pair, (גר) has the numerical value 203, as in the same verse’s 2nd word, and as in the 6th Bell Number. The next pair is (ק־ד) has a value of 104 and when added to 703 gives us 807, as in the Seth’s age when he begot his son. The next pair (צ־ה) or (90–5) matches up with the life of Seth’s son Enosh at 905 years old. The number 210 plays a very prominent role in the Torah technology and so it is interesting that 703 + 210 = 913, the Torah’s first word, Bereshit.  Moreover, as we just spoke about the 231 gates, we would be remiss if we did not point out that the atbash total of the next 3 letter pairs, (ס־ח,ע־ז,פ־ו) is 231, and the Pe-Vav (פ־ו) combination is 86, the same value as the Torah’s 3rd word. So far, we the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 6th and 7th of the first 7 words covered by this simple cipher. It is obvious the Creator of the Torah has found yet another way to integrate these 22 building blocks into the complex design of the Torah’s very special first verse.  He is probably also sending us a message through the linkage to the relationship of Adam-Seth and Enosh, a message about specific pathways. In hyperspace, Binah, the connections are instantaneous like quantum entanglement, yet when projected onto our world they become pathways. What if the Torah was a mechanism that could integrate the two, a nexus?

Back to Bells. Keep in mind that the sum of the digits in the ordinal values of Bereshit (2,20,1,21,10,22) no matter how they are partitioned is 13, the 4th Bell Prime Index and the value of the 6th word in the Shema (echad), which is indicative of the core concept of the Torah and all its innumerable components, One(ness).

Since the ordinal values on the spectrum of the alef-bet corresponds to a continual spectra from 1 to 400 according an exponential curve of 1.313, the place values of where the letters in a Hebrew word occur can be view the same way we view the elements in our periodic table, whose spectra  extends from 400 – 800.  And just like the periodic elements these are the specific signatures of the words.

It is a way to read the Torah without knowing any Hebrew, a way to integrate 2-dimensional symbols into the fabric of the universe.

No less profound though is that the sum of these ordinal values (2,20,1,21,10,22) is 76. We would be remiss if we did not point out some of the simplest integral facts before getting to the good stuff, so 7 + 6 = 13 and 7 x 6 = 42. That said, 76 is also the sum of the first 6 Bell Numbers—the sequence beginning with (1,2,5,15,52,203, 877…) up to the significant number 203.  And the sum of the digits in these 6 Bell Numbers (1,2,5,15,52,203) is (1+2+5+1+5+5+2+2+0+3) = 26, as in the Tetragrammaton(יהוה), while the sum of the digits of the 7th Bell Number (877): 8+7+7 = 22.  Moreover, if you recall from the previous section we delineated the cubic unit length for each word value cubes in the combinations of the Torah’s first verse, and that the unit length for the word Bara (ברא) of numerical value 203 is 5.87713.  How convenient that 877 is the 5th Bell Prime and 13 is the 4th Bell Prime Index, and 203 is the 4th Bell prime.  If the second word of the Torah was a vertex on one of these hypercubes, all these rare connects would be associated points on sub-cubes and it would all make perfect sense to us why they are interrelated. Indeed, if we could see the universe that way, a whole lot more would make sense.

The 7 Cubes and the Time Limit

Regarding the seven Genesis 43 cubes that collectively form the 43 cube 2701 per side, each unit length for each side of the individual cubes are given by the cube root of each word value or (9.701158, 5.87713, 4.41400, 7.3742, 7.33723, 4.108, and 6.66444) respectively. We just highlighted the significance of the 2nd word value 203 with regards to Bell Numbers. What we did not mention was that the sum of the lengths of the first 2 words was 15.57… as in the sum of the 10 component letters of the alef-bet, meaning that the average of the two is about 7.78

We spoke about the significance of the 7th word’s length of 66.6444 in the previous section, though, we should add the numerical value 444 is that of the Torah phrase “from generation to generation (לדר־ודר) and as we will soon see it too plays a key role with the Bell Prime Indices. Meanwhile, we are currently exactly 66.6 jubilee years from the date the Torah was received in 2448 HC. Moreover, while 66.6 is another way of expressing 2/3, the fraction 444/666 is also 2/3 and Rav Yehuda HaLevi Ashlag of blessed memory, using the 6 alef(א)s of this verse, or 6000, as a starting point and in a series of reductions of 2/3, with the final calculation removing specifically 444 from 666 years came up this this time narrow time period today for the arrival of Moshiach and the final redemption.

Is there a set timeline and time limit built into the Torah and our number system, built into the fabric of the universe? Possibly. The square root of 6 is 2.449, matching the year 1313 BCE given by the exponent (1.313) that gave us the alef-bet scale. The log of 600,000 as in the 600,000 Israelite men at Mt Sinai and the 600,000 component letters in the Torah, is 5.778. We saw earlier the two four-digit strings repeated 3 times each in the first 1000 digits in Pi, 5778 and 2019. We saw how Phi was integrated into the Torah and now note that Phi18 or Phi(6+6+6) = 5778.000. You decide if there is a Divine Calendar or even a fixed one built into the physics and programming of our universe.

This week was the portion of Behar, part of the twin portion Behar-BeChukothai usually read together, the first of which has 57 verses and the second 78. This 57-78 combination is the final one before the Phi proportion split in the Torah in the very next chapter.  The extremely apropos theme of this portion was the counting of the jubilee 50-year period and the freedom that the jubilee brings. It is apropos not just because the 50 years are specifically made up of 7 sets of 7 years plus 1, but also because 5778 HC is 66.6 jubilee years since the Torah was received at Sinai in 2448 HC.

Was the Torah designed that way so we would not miss the 5778 Phi connection, or was this part of an advanced circuitry that will automatically make that connection for us.  All we know is that this technology is extremely complex and way beyond us right now, so it is hard to say what will happen as this built in time counter clicks down to zero. Even if MacGyver shows up, with so much redundancy, how would he know which wire to snip? Moshiach on the other hand…

We touched on earlier how 441 in the 3rd word length is the numerical value for truth (emet) and is 212 represents the Name of G-d Eyheh. The 3rd word is Elohim. The sum of the first 3 word lengths is 19.99, just about an even 20, meaning the first three words together can form a separate cube of 203 or 8000, possibly reflection both 203 once again and the 80,000 words of the Torah.

The 4th word length is 7.3742 and the sum of the first 4 word lengths is 27.3664. The connections between 73, 37, 42 and the first verse are well documented already and while we saw 273 come up before as in 273 degrees C, absolute zero, etc, 27 is 3 cubed, 36 is 6 squared and 64 is 4 cubed and 8 squared.

The 5th word also connects to 73 and 37 in that its length is 7.3372, and the sum of the word lengths through the 6th word is 42.11, while the sum of the lengths for all 7 is 48.778

Before we return to the Bell Primes one special note that my colleague Moshe noted concerning the last section. Those 7 cubes we have just been discussing are part of the 127 combinations and we noted that 127 was a Mersenne Prime; it is also the 6th prime in a much rarer series called the Primeth Recurrence series, based on a(n + 1) = a(n)th Prime. If we view the prime numbers the way number theorists do, not as isolated occurrences but as a string of numbers in a probable infinite set, each prime has a specific location within that set.  For example, 541 is the 100th prime.  The Primeth Recurrence series is a subset of the primes, whereby the location of the next prime in the set is given by the value of the previous prime. Starting with the first prime number, 2, the next prime number in the series would be the 2nd prime, which is 3 and the 3rd prime is 5; the 5th prime is 11; the 11th prime is 31; and the 31st prime is 127. If we double (2+3+5+11+31+127) we get 358, Moshiach. Then extending the series to the 7th level, we have 709 as the 127th prime and 709 is the sum of the 7 Doubles (בגדכפרת), part of the triple partition of the 22 letters that we learned about from Abraham in his Sefer Yetzirah.

We should also note that of those possible 127 combinations, each word was utilized 64 times, and the Creator of the Torah wanted us to know we were on the right track with the cubic analysis we have been applying, which is why the numerical value 127 was utilized exactly 64 times in the Torah

So now we know that not only did the universe generated through an exponential scale the values for the 22 Hebrew letters, and them find a way so that splitting them in half sequentially would come up with all these amazing results, and moreover that it also found a way to partition them into 3 mothers, 7 doubles and 12 elementals to generating equations based on the numbers 13 and 42, but we also just learned that it also selected that partitioning to match up with the Primeth Recurrence series? It is time to start asking not just how, but why?

We just personified the universe. Why? Because it seemed natural to assume some intelligence, some amazing and conscious intelligence to it. But a consciousness on the scale of the universe would be God-like?

By the way, those 7 doubles (בגדכפרת) which total 709 actually total 1300 more, or 2009 when the sofit values of caf(ך) and Pe(ף) are added, making 9 letters, and using standard kabbalistic procedures, 2009 + 9 is 2018, or 5778 HC for what it is worth. While we are already in the event horizon, we are also on the cusp of something really special.

Abraham said that these quantum packets of specific energy collectively called the doubles, each controlled or interacted with a different planet in our solar system. If you want to know where to find these 7 doubles, you can find them discreetly orbiting the center of the 42-Letter Name.

 

We will continue soon and finish up with the final sub-section on the Bell Primes.

Ezra