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

A Different Perspective

Part VI section b

To get an idea of the complexity of the Torah, we need look no further than its first verse, which has exactly 127 different combinations of its 7 words. This is considering only variations in which of the 7 words are being added together, not their order. If we were to consider rearranging their order (permuting them), or their 28 individual letters, their possible combinations would be ridiculously high. Nonetheless, 127 is the 7th Mersenne Prime.

The sum of those 127 assorted combinations is 172864. Where did we see that number before?

It was in the total gematria of the collective 304,805 letters in the Torah: 21009826. The sum of its digits was (2+1+0+0+9+8+2+6) = 28, and the product of those same digits gave us (2*1*0*0*9*8*2*6) = 1728.  Then we applied a deeply revealing form of gematria cipher and got an equation which circled us back to the 28 letters of the Torah’s first verse:

4√(P(21009826)/ ∑(21009826))) 4√(1728/28) = 2.802828

Now with the sum of those 127 assorted combinations equal to 172864, the relevance between the two equations and the entirety of the Torah to its first verse is strengthened.

Within those 127 or 27 combinations each word (value) is represented 64 or 26 times, which also means 172864/2701 (the value of the first verse) equals 64.  Moreover, while 2701 = (73 x 37), the total 127 combined combinations, or 172864, work out to both 4672 x 37 and 2368 x 73.

It may be telling that 2368 was the year Moses was born, yet there is another property to these numbers, a geometric one. An odd synergy or linkage is found between the these total combinations and the 42-Letter Name matrix. When we add 4672 and 2368 together, we get 7040, and when we divide the sum of all 64 value 407’s by 37 we also get exactly 704. As it turns out 704 is the value of the 4th level of the 7 levels of the 42-Letter Name matrix.  Kabbalistically, this is the level connected to Moses.

As for the number 1728 above, there are 7 words and 28 letters in the Torah’s first verse and the longest word in the Torah (ובמשארותיך) is found at Exodus 7:28. This unique word (ובמשארותיך) is 10 letter long, and in reverse order, the word, keter (כתר) and the acronym for the 42-Letter Name (שמב) are easily found . We are keying in on this word specifically, not for what it means but because it is unique in being 10 letters long and found in the 10 plagues. Utilizing the 4 remaining letters, they spell both Ohr(אור), meaning light, and the number 216 (ריו), as in the 216 letters to be found 7 verses later in the 72 Triplets. Furthermore, the first 4 letters of this unique word have an ordinal value of 42 and the remaining 6 letters of 70. We can speculate all day as to why these hidden gems are found in the “kneading bowls” of the Egyptians during the 2nd plague, but all we do know is that every gem networks to another one and another and all these interconnections appear to form a neural network of sorts and also a roadmap of intelligent design, like keter(620) in this 10-letter word connecting to the 10 Commandments comprised of 620 letters at the high point (keter) of the Torah in the 70th chapter of the Torah.

Moreover, there are 728 consecutive-word pairs in the Torah that begin with the letters Mem(מ) and Bet(ב), as in the Mem-bet (מב) or 42-Letter Name. The more we look, the more all those neural connections seem to be tied into the 42-Letter Name, which may be why the Torah blatantly told us the Israelites had to go through 42 (מב) journeys, each described with the prefixes Mem(מ) and Bet(ב) in order to get to the Promised Land. That message could not have been clearer. Are we reading the hidden messages loud and clear as well?

If an advanced intelligence gave us a roadmap of intelligent design could it be just a gigantic Rubik cube to stimulate our minds—not a bad thing in and of itself? Or since we were instructed to preserve it, study it, obey its laws, and read it weekly forever could we assume that it was something much more significant for us? What about if that advanced intelligence was Divine intelligence?

If this intelligent artifact were found on the side of the road somewhere it could indeed be a left behind Rubik’s cube from an intergalactic garden party, but we know that is not the case.

If we take this intelligently designed document/matrix at face value, Moses was given 173 keys to Heaven, akin to the 173 value of the 42-Letter Name, and was able to download the entire Torah into his mind, all 58 element, or even 248,000Φ elements, and recreate it absolutely perfectly. He also downloaded the designs for the Tabernacle, the Ark of the Covenant, and much more. The Torah takes pains to tell us Moses was a man of specific human origin, not a divine being or a mysterious being who appeared out of nowhere. Is it possible we are being shown how much more our minds can expand and handle? Is it possible we are being shown how?

The Torah also tells us we were given the Torah from love, and gematria tells us that love (13) and Oneness(13) are synonymous.  Again, taking the word of the Torah at face value, might not that mean that this Advanced Intelligence, Divine or otherwise, wants all of us to be able to expand our minds and to free us from our limitations, the limitations bounded by what we collectively perceive as reality.

How interesting that throughout time certain historically evil forces have sought to destroy the Torah and the people who preserve and study it. Despite them and despite overwhelming odds it remains whole and intact for us today.

Also, taking the Torah’s words at face value, it is specifically and repeatedly—several thousand times—telling us that this advanced intelligence is specifically Divine Intelligence. Perhaps it was always known that more than any other message this one about Divine Intelligence would have to be hammered home since it would be the hardest one for us to accept.

Cubes

Whether we take the number 1728 independently or split apart the number 172864 into 1728 and 64 we see that 1728 = 123 is a perfect cube of 12 x 12 x 12, and that 64 = 4 x 4 x 4, another perfect cube of 43. Moreover, since 1728/64 = 27 we can fit exactly 27, or 33 cubes of 43 into the cube of 123 conveniently matching the 27 building blocks in the alphabet when the 5 final letters are included.

Since each word-value is included 64 or 43 times they each form a cube of 4 units by 4 units by 4 units. So we have 7 cubes, each with 64 blocks, with the volume of each block worth each word’s face value. For example, the first cube is comprised of 64 blocks of 913 each arranged in 4 layers of 4 x 4 blocks per side. In total that give us 7 x 64 or 448 blocks (cubes)

There is also the 43 cube of 64 individual cubes of 2701 each, given that 172864/2701 = 64 = 43.

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’ll get to these values in due time. Just note that each side of the 43 cube based on the 7th word “The Earth” is 4 x 6.66444 or 26.65777, interestingly combining the Tetragrammaton (26) with its pronounceable counterpart Adonai (65).

The same computations apply to the 7 tiers and 127 combinations of the 42-Letter Name, which total 64 or 82 x 3701 = 236864, reflecting the total value of the Torah’s first verse’s own 127-word combinations in that as we saw previously, 172864 = 73 x 2368. The difference between the two verses is exactly 1000 so the difference between their combination sums is 64 x 1000 or 64,000, a cube of 40 x 40 x 40 or 1000 cubes of 43 arranged in a 10 x 10 x 10 or 103 cubeWe will get back to these cubes in a moment.

Tower of Truth

For each of the 64 word-values used of the 127 combinations there are 127 – 64 or 63 empty sets or 441 in total. For example, if one of our 127 combinations uses the first 5 words of the 7, then 2 cells will be empty in that combination. The number 441 is known to the Kabbalists as the square of the Name Ehyeh (אהיה) of numerical value 21, found 7 times in the Torah. In spiritually or kabbalistic philosophy nothing is ever truly empty. The space between the black letters in the Torah is considered white fire, and all space, virtual or physical is filled with some level of energy. It is not so different for our modern physicists.

Moreover, the number 441 is the numerical value of the Hebrew word Emet(אמת), meaning truth, which is another appellation for the Torah. It is also a reference to the 42-Letter Name that begins with Alef (א), has 40 (מ) letters in between, and ends in Tav (ת). It also forms the basis of a special tower of 20 stacked nested cubes from 13 to 203, for a total of 210 units in height and a volume of 44,100 cubic units. This volume of the 20 stacked cubes works out to 2102. Right now, it is a virtual hidden tower of empty space concealed within the Torah’s first verse and likewise within the 42-Letter Name of G-d, both of which are referred to as Emet, Truth. This tower will manifest again in a concrete way later in this paper.  For now, it makes us wonder if the 210 years of exile in the spiritual emptiness of Egypt was not a metaphor with some special relationship to the number 210 and what it connects to.

The 3 root letters (מצר) of the Hebrew word for Egypt, Mizra’im (מצרים) mean “strait” as in a naturally formed, narrow, typically navigable waterway that connects two larger bodies of water. In other words, a restriction or choke point between worlds.  Its numerical value is 330, which will be significant and apropos later in this paper. For now, what is significant about the word Egypt, Mizra’im (מצרים), the place where all three (3) Patriarchs visited and the place of the 210 years of exile is that the name Egypt (מצרים) literally represents a splitting of the water, mayim (מים), and a splitting in two of the letter Mem(מם) of numerical value 80 by the 3 letters (צרי), which have a numerical value 300. This splitting is reminiscent of the Shin(ש)- Pe(פ) relationship in the 304,805 letters, or 300,000 plus 4,805 letter Pe. The 3 letters (צרי) that equal 300 can mean giving form, and are the root of yetzirah (formation), as in Abraham’s Sefer Yetzirah, the Book of Formation.

Speaking of empty space and 210, the space between the highest word value in the first verse and its next highest is 913 – 407 = 506, which is the number of times the triplets of the 42-Letter Name are found in the Torah. Furthermore, the difference, or space, between the 2nd highest and the 5th highest values of this verse is 111, the same as the letter Alef(אלף), while the space between the 5th and 7th final word value is 210.

With the completely empty set, contrasting the completely full 7-word set, there would be 128 or 27 total combinations, which will be important for us shortly.

It Goes Back to Splitting of the Alef-Bet

Returning to the 127 combinations, the sum of their square roots is 1557.333, which might be familiar to readers of our articles as it is the sum of the 10 primordial component letters (דוזיכנסרךן).  The 27 Hebrew letters are comprised of 10 basic component letter that are utilized exactly 50 times in total to construct the 27 letters.

דוזיכנסרךן

These 10 component letters can likewise be split in two sets, this time splitting them into halves in terms of ascending value, but with an albeit arbitrary interchange or flipping of the position of the two central letters:

The sum of 5 of the letters (דוזינ) is 77, and the sum of their square roots is a close approximation to 10 times the square root of 3 or 10√3, or 17.3285… Meanwhile, the sum of their squares is 2701, the numerical value of the 28 letters of the Torah’s first verse.  Once again, the splitting of the alef-bet giving way to the Creation of the Torah.

The sum of the squares of the other 5 component letters(כרךן) is 784,000 or 28² x 1000, yet another reference to the 28 letters of the first verse. Because 28² is (1000 – 216) we get a possible reference to the 216 letters of the 72 Triplets and the perfect 1000 sum of their square roots. We can juxtapose that with 17.3285 being suggestive of 173, the small gematria of the 42-Letter Name.

Why Cubes?

We are professing that the origins of the Torah come from a higher intelligence and so we must assume that the Torah must also be viewed from a higher perspective or multi-dimensional one.  One way to do that from our admittedly limited point of view is to take the static numbers concretely given to us by the Torah and expand them geometrically to see what someone looking down on them might see, and what might otherwise be hidden from us. For example, a cube with 6 faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges or 26 outward facing elements when passing through our 2-d plane would appear to us as no more than a square at any moment in our linear-bound time. We would see only 1 face, 4 vertices and 4 edges, or 9 elements in total.  A line, or even string of numbers, passing through, would generate a single point or number.  The same goes for a string of 22 letters.

This is not as out there as you might think. We do this all the time unconsciously. When we look around us at any given moment, we see telephone poles, buildings, cars, people. In other words, any typical scene depending on where we are at the time. We cannot see behind or around the objects in our view stream; they may indeed be flat 2-dimensional cut-outs, yet our conscious minds fill in all the missing information and convert it into a 3-d world. The same happens with a painting or a photograph. Our minds will even do that with impressionist art or an abstract painting.  Our minds are filling in and creating new information based on what the artist programmed into his work, unseen algorithms, equations and relationships (spatial and otherwise). The same holds true for stories and novels. The writer gives us 100,000 words but our minds take it from there and fill in many times that in backstories, scenery etc. based on our individual and common consciousness and based on downloaded algorithms from the writer’s mind. A good writer can do that in fewer words. A poet can do that in very few.

Given that and given what our minds are capable of grasping, reading and recreating unconsciously it would be indeed negligent of any advanced intelligence not to take advantage of that. They would program anything they (He) gives us with higher-dimensional encoding as well.  If I can write a 7-word sentence that has meaning to you and causes you to think, great. If I can assign numerical values to the letters and words in that sentence which convey even more meaning and information to you that would be much better. If various gematria ciphers spewed out even more info you could use and calculate with, fantastic. If I could program in equations based on the relationship between those words and letters that convey even more information to you that is so much better. Then if I could project through these numbers and letters a higher dimensionality to reveal even more to you, that would truly be an efficient use of space and time.  But if in transferring all this info to you, I was activating your unconsciousness to download even more powerful algorithms, and possibly even activate areas of your brain and consciousness laying dormant until you were ready, I would also be doing something truly useful.

We are a limited intelligence at the moment and yet capable of programming computers with intuitive AI capable of thinking for us and reacting millions of times faster than us. Some might say that is counter-intuitive and proves we are not that intelligent after all.  Regardless, ask yourself: What would a far more advanced intelligence do, transfer info to us in an enduring document that was limited to our capabilities of 3330 years ago, or knowing our trajectory, program it for us today or even for future generations?

One question to ponder: How were they (He) able to know, or to ensure, that that document endured perfectly intact, all 58 letters, words, and verses?

There are several ways to learn, one way used by bright inquisitive young minds and talented seasoned engineers alike is reverse engineering. When you are given a device or new technology and there are no books, lectures, YouTube videos or schematics to rely on, you carefully take it apart and draw your own schematics, then hopefully reassemble it correctly. Tiny protein machines inside the cells of our bodies do it all day long with our DNA. It would be only natural that an advanced intelligence would know that one day we would do that too with the Torah.  One could say they (He) made sure of it when we were given the exponential gematria codes to the alef-bet and the 42-Letter Name, an information transference device that we are only beginning to comprehend and utilize.

One of the ways we can get an understanding or glimpse of what might be out there before it enters our reality and passes through it, is by observing its shadow. A cube casts the shadow of a hexagon.  The shadow cast by the Torah’s first verse combination 43 cube of 64 parts of 2701 cubic units each is a 37-unit hexagon. The total area of this resultant hexagon is 37 x 2701 = 99937, or (100,000 – 63). The shadow cast by the 42-Letter Name combinations 43 cube of 64 parts of 3701 cubic units each is also a 37-unit hexagon. This hexagon has a total area of 37 x 3701 = 136937 or (137,000 – 63). The difference between the two resultant hexagons is naturally 37,000.

As you can see with these diagrams, we can go easily from that hexagon to assorted other shapes including circles, triangles, diamonds trapezoids and 12-gonal stars inscribed in the hexagram and ones that circumscribe it.  There is a wealth of information that can be encoded by giving us a shape or a shadow.

These correlations should not be a great surprise to us as we have already seen that 37 units is the dimensions of the inner hexagon to the 73-unit Star of David since we started off with 2701, a triangular number that is the sum of the integers from 1 –73. No surprise, but still it was a planned geometric integration into the specific values of the first verse and how they would combine with each other.

Hexagon2701 = 37 x 2701 = 99937 = (100,000 – 63)

Hexagon3701 = 37 x 3701 = 136937 or (137,000 – 63)

The area of each of these two large derivative hexagons is off from a large round number by exactly 63, as in the 63 units of virtual space hidden in those 127 combinations, and as in the complement to 37 in that 100 – 37 = 63.  As we consider the role of 63 in these equations, we hark back to the relationship between the 670 paragraphs and Moshiach Ben David (424) whereby:

 

Kabbalah has always had an explanation for this numeric relationship. Of the 10 Sefirot of the Tree-of-Life three (3) of them are of higher dimensionality than the other 7. These three (3) are Keter(620), Chochma (73) and Binah (67). The 7 lower sefirot are analogous to the 7 words of the first verse. The first two of the three (3) are extremely abstract to us, Binah (בינה) is the endless sea of energy, the place where the Oneness, the primordial Alef(א) exists and the place where the spiritual life-force that waters and energizes our world emanates. When the 4 aspects of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) are spelled out, the first level is aligned with Chochma of numerical value 72 and the second one with Binah (יוד־הי־ואו־הי) of numerical value 63. So both 67 and 63 are directly associated with the concept of Binah. The third number or appellation associated with Binah is 1000, which partially derives from the 3 Yuds (י):

 

 

So full disclosure about the kabbalistic understanding of some of these equations, the 7 lower sefirot complement Binah (63), hence 70 is the union of the 8 sefirot (7 + 63) and considered a completion. And the 8 or 8th level is Binah as in the 58 elements in the Torah.

We can ponder about 63, but 137, as in 137,000, is the gematria of “kabbalah,” meaning “to receive,” so we can wonder if the hexagon shadow based on the 7 lines of the 42-Letter Name is purposefully revealing an advanced technological way for us “to receive.” We do know that 137 is also directly connected to the Fine Structure Constant, but more on that later. For now, we can concretely see that 236864/137 = 1728.93 or rounding it off, 1729, the Taxi Cab number.

Taxi Cab Number

A couple months ago, as I was driving my daughter to school, we were behind a car with 1729 on its license plate, reminding me of the Hardy–Ramanujan Taxi Cab Number, which I then explained to her.  When Hardy went to visit Ramanujan in the hospital, he wanted to make small talk, so he mentioned that the taxi cab he rode in had the most boring number, 1729. Ramanujan replied that it was actually quite interesting, as it is the smallest number expressible as the sum of two positive cubes in two different ways (13 + 123 = 93 + 103). Yes, cubes again. But what Ramanujan did not know was there are exactly 1729 occurrences of the word value 26 in the Torah. That is the same 26 as in the 26 elements of a cube and as in the value (26) of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), not to mention that the digits in (13 + 123 = 93 + 103) are (1 + 3 + 1 +2 + 3 + 9 + 3 + 1 +0 +3) = 26. Now that is indeed an interesting number!

Cubes on Steroids

The number 248 takes us all the way back to the beginning of this paper where we split the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet into two sets of 11 letters each, using the one and only “sequential” way to give us the 42 ,72, the Torah, and and phi proportions. While there was only one “sequential” way to do this, there were exactly 248 different 11 letter splits in total that summed to identical 625/870 proportions.  That was exactly 248 ways out of 705,432 different ways that the 22 letters could have been split into 11 letters.  And of those 248 ways, there was a subset that our one sequential split was part of, those whose 11 small gematria pairs summed to 541, the numerical value of Israel.  That subset had exactly 120 combinations. We know there were two significant men in the Torah who connected directly with G-d more than any other, one was Abraham and the other was Moses. We also know that the numerical value of Abraham is 248 and the lifespan of Moses was 120 years. We saw Moses’ birthdate, 2368, conspicuously woven into the combinations of the Torah’s first 7 words, and when we add his 120-year lifespan we get the year the Israelites entered the promised Land, Israel (541) immediately after Moses passed away, 2488 HC.

Yet another property of that original alef-bet split is found when we add in the sofit (final letter) gematria to the values already utilized.  Adding the final values of caf(500), mem(600) and pe (800) the alef(א) – shin(ש) side of our one sequential split goes from 625 to 2525, in keeping with the theme of multiples and the continuous squaring of 5.  Moreover, while the difference between the two sides would now be (2525 – 2470) = 55, the significance of which we will soon see.

To complete this symmetrical beauty in this splitting in two(2), we find that the sum of the integers from 1 – 100 divided by 2 = 2525, remarkable because 100 was the sum of the integers in the small gematria pairings that totaled 541 and  Israel (541) was the 100th Prime number. If it means anything at all, we just want to point out that 2525 – 2488 = 37.


It is interesting how this narration of the Torah and the fixed historical reference points follow this simple proportionate splitting of the Alef-bet.  It is almost as if the story, events, and timeline was created to fit the numbers.  It all had to have been known beforehand, thousands of years beforehand, or it would not have fit so precisely.

The sages told us that the Torah was written on 70 different levels and that the highest level was revealed through gematria. As we are seeing though, gematria is just a gateway to understanding.  Like a good video game, once we enter the gematria gate, there are many more hidden levels, each with hidden tools, clues, strategies to learn and find.  These numbers, 248 and 120, also come up in hypercubes and higher dimensional geometry and physics. The mathematics and physics here are beyond most of our readers so you can imagine what it must have seemed like to those of Moses and Abraham’s generations. Therefore, we are going to keep it as simple as possible and just point out the synergies between our Torah numbers and the multi-dimensional expansions of geometry.

After the lonely point, we expand into 1 dimension by drawing a straight line between it and a complementary point. The points are now known as vertices or the intersection of the lines, which will become edges as we expand into higher dimensions. We get into the 2nd dimension by drawing a square from our original line. Now we have 4 edges and 4 vertices and 1 face.  As we expand from there, each vertex or intersection will have a number of edges symmetrically coming off of it equal to its dimensionality. In other words, a 3-dimensional cube has 3 edges for each vertex, all symmetrically at 90-degree angles.  The number of vertices will always be 2n where n = the number of the dimension, as in the nth dimension, so our 3-dimensional cube has 23 or 8 vertices.

As we keep expanding from there into hyperspace our minds become inadequate for comprehending what these hypercubes look like and we need computers to process them for us. We can, though, project their vertices and edges downward, dimension by dimension, and represent them on a flat 2-dimensional surface.  

So extending deeper and deeper into hyperspace we see that a 5-dimensional hypercube or polytope has 32 vertices matching the 32 pathways of the Tree of Life as noted by Abraham in his Sefer Yetzirah, and the 6th and 7-dimensional hypercubes have 64 and 128 vertices respectively, which matches up with the analysis we just did of the 128 combinations of the 7 first words in the Torah’s special first verse and then 64 times that each of the 7 words was used.  Since the 6-dimensional hypercube was the source for the 7-dimensional hypercube we are essentially dealing with one 7-dimensional hypercube whose 128 vertices each represent a different combination of the 7 words and 7 possible empty spaces, and which reflect the 64 times each of the 7 words was used.

Increasing in dimensionality we find that an 8-dimensional hypercube has 256 vertices, analogous to the numerical value of the Ark of the Covenant (256), where the Torah is stored, and a 10-dimensional cube has 1024 vertices, equating to the 1024, or 210, word values in the Torah.

An 8-dimensional hypercube is special, actually unique, in that while the number of vertices is 256 or 28, the number of edges is 1024 or 210, together that is 256 + 1024 = 1280 or 10 x 27. This equation works both for 8-dimensional hypercube and the 210 word values stored in the Ark (28). Moreover, 1024/256 = 210/28 = 4, possibly referential to the 4 letters of the Tetragrammaton(יהוה). This absolute ratio of 4 edges to each vertex is unique to the symmetry of the 8-cube, as the formula for edges for n-cube is n2n/2 which works out to edges = n/2 x vertices for an n-cube.

Nevertheless, that was not why the 8-dimensional hypercube was so special. The number of faces of this particular hypercube equals 28 + 29 + 210 or 256 + 512 + 1024, which in turn equals 1792. What this means is that the number of faces in an 8-dimensional hypercube equals the number of vertices in the 8th, 9th and 10th dimensional hypercubes combined.  It also means the number of faces on an 8-dimensional hypercube equals the number of vertices in the full progression of the line, square, 3-cube, 4-cube, 5-cube, 6-cube, 7-cube and 9-cube and 10-cubes combined. That is actually wrapping the entire expansion in One. Then if these were not just points and planes in virtual space but had some assigned meaning to each one then there would be virtually no limit what this technology could do or do for us. Is there meaning to 1792 being exactly 28 less than the 1820 Tetragrammaton(יהוה) in the Torah and those 28 Tetragrammaton(יהוה) add up to 728. Could it be that the 1820 Tetragrammaton(יהוה) directly connect with the 1792 faces of the 8-dimensional hypercube and or the number of vertices in the 28 + 29 + 210 hypercubes (8-cube, 9-cube and 10-cube) plus the 3-cube 4-cube and 2-cube(square).

Viewing the 58 elements of the Torah as an 8-dimensional hypercube, we can see how the Ark of numerical value 256, or 28,matches up with the 8-cube’s 256 vertices and how the 1024, or 210, word values matches up with the 1024 edges of the 8-cube.  This obviously brings up many questions.

E8 Lie group, The Torah and the Universe

The Kabbalists have always known the 8th dimension, which they called Binah, is special and is a level where all our physics collapses and where we get freed from entropy, thus releasing us from the constrains of time.  We will explain this later when we get into the physics of spherical time. Now, a giant step up in complexity is the E8 Lie group. The E8 Lie group is a 248-dimensional object, or 8 spatial dimensions with 248 symmetries.  Lie groups are a special set of symmetries and the E8 Lie group is one of the most complex shapes in our universe that shows up in both string theories and a newer possible fundamental theory of our universe.  This complicated circular webbed drawing is a very simplistic 2-D representation of a 3-d model of a 4-dimensional projection of an 8-dimensional object. It took a supercomputer years to model it.  It has 248 points of intersections.

There are 4 fundamental forces in our universe: The Strong force, the weak force, electromagnetism, and gravity. There are 12 fundamental particles, 6 quarks including the top quark with a mass of 173.07 GeV/c2, and 6 Leptons. Each of these has an anti-particle equivalent of equal mass for a total of 24 elementary particles plus the 4 bosons (Gluon, Proton, Z, and W) or force carrier particles. A total of 28. Each of the 28 particles has 8 assigned quantum numbers for a total of 224, leaving 24 dimensions or vertices of the 248 unaccounted for.   With the Higgs boson discovered in the last few years and a possible (probable) graviton, as yet to be discovered, that would leave 22 vertices unaccounted for. Hmm!

Is it possible that Abraham (248) was correct in that the 22 letters are essential and elementary building blocks for our universe? Is it possible that this trail of breadcrumbs we were left is guiding us in that direction?

Of Jacob’s 12 sons, Leah had 6 and the other 3 mothers had 6 more, analogous to the 12 fundamental particles (6 Fermions and 6 Leptons).  The 4 Bosons may be analogous to the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Please note that even though Joseph was one of the 12 sons, he was replaced by his two sons as princes of the 12 Tribes, which freed him to be a Patriarch.  Add Moses and the final force, Moshiach, and the Torah aligns with the fundamental force and particles in our universe.  The kabbalists have always said the Patriarchs were more than significance personages in our history; they referred to them as energy forces so none of this is surprising.  At the moment, there is not much we can do with this right now, but with more understanding perhaps we can complete the equations using the numbers the Torah associates with them, such as ages and census numbers for the tribes.

In mathematics, E is the designation for several closely related exceptional simple Lie groups of dimension 248, and the same notation is used for the corresponding root lattice, which has rank 8.  The E8 lattice is far more complex than we have portrayed it. Each point in it is surrounded by 2160 8-orthoplexes and 17280 8-simplices. Each 8-orthoplex is a regular 8-polytope with 16 vertices, 112 edges, 448 triangle faces, 1120 tetrahedron cells, 1792 5-cells 4-faces, 1792 5-faces, 1024 6-faces, and 256 7-faces. You get the point; Very complex. Nevertheless, 2160 is not only referential to the 216 letters of the 72 Triplets, but also to the 2160-mile diameter of the moon, and 17280 is likewise referential to the 172864 total value of the 127 word combinations.

One last observation about hypercubes and the Torah’s first 7-word verse. We saw that the empty or null set of non-word values amongst the 128 total combinations totaled 64 x 7 or 448 units.  You may have thought we were pulling connections out of thin air, but a 7-dimensional hypercube has 128 vertices, 448 edges, 672 square faces, 560 cubic cells, 280 tesseract 4-faces, 84 penteract 5-faces, and 14 hexeract 6-faces.  The picture of a 7-dimension null hypercube within an 8-dimensional hypercube is taking shape before our eyes. Black fire on white fire, indeed.  This exists, and while invisible it is indelible, whether there is any connection between 448 and 2448 HC, the year the Torah was received on My Sinai, or not.

111

Steering away from the differential calculus of Lie groups and back to simple mathematics and the first verse of the Torah, the 1st and 3rd words add up to 913 + 86 = 999, or 9  times alef(אלפ); the 2nd, 3rd and 5th words add up to (395 + 401 + 203) = 999 as well; then the 3rd, 5th and 6th words sum to (86 + 395 +407) = 888; and finally the 3rd, 5th and 7th words add up to (86 + 395 + 296) = 777. Altogether these 4 different combinations that add up to multiple of alef(אלפ) equate to 33 x 111 or alef(אלפ).

Of the 127 combinations, 6 of them sum up to a multiple of 111 alef(אלפ), matching the 6 alefs(אלפ) of numerical value 111 that are found in this same first verse. The first multiple of 111 to be found amongst the 127 combinations is in the 10th highest combination value (2220) or (20 x 111), represented as 20(א).  The second one found is the sum of the first 5 words (913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395), which equal 1998 or (18 x 111), or 18(א).

Of those same 127 combinations, there are also 23 combinations that are multiples of 37.  These 23 combinations represent 18.10% of the total 127 combinations. So once again 181 comes up, the 42nd Prime Number, and the sum of the first 42 digits in the set of all Prime Numbers, and this time connecting back to the 181 digits in 111! (factorial).

The 5 That Don’t Jive

Just as this paragraph may seem out of place here, there is a seemingly incongruent time-line of 5 consecutive portions in the Book of Exodus: Yitro, Mishpatim, Terumah, Tetzaveh, and Ki Thisa, stretching from Exodus 20 – 34; from paragraph 54 to 130; and from the 10 Commandments to the second set of Tablets.  Just to put that into perspective, that span of the 5 portions that have 22 letters in their combined 5 Hebrew portion names is exactly 22,000 letters, 5788 words, 441 verses, 77 paragraphs and 15 chapters.  Right off the bat, the connection between the shift of 54 and 13 degrees and the 54th  – 130th paragraph at Mt Sinai of numerical value 130 is obvious.  Moreover, that 441 is the gematria of Emet, truth, and that there are exactly 1000 letters on average for each of the 22, is glaringly precise. Next, we note that these 5 portions represent 7.2% of the entire Torah, a possible reference to the 72 Triplets.  Then, while the total gematria of those 22,000 letters is 1733324, it is debatable whether the 173 reflects the 173 small gematria value of the 42-Letter Name in a similar way that the Top Quark having a mass of 173.07 GeV/c2 may or may not reflect it as well. Nonetheless, 1733324/26, the value of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) is precisely 66666.308 and that was most probably planned for and designed that way.

In analyzing those 22,000 letters, we see that many of them reoccur very specific and significant numerical times. It would be natural for one of them to, even two, but of the 22 letters, at least 7 of them do. For instance, the letter Bet (ב) reoccurs 1024 or 210  times, the same as the exact number of different word values in the entire Torah, and the 1024 edges of the 8-dimensional cube. Both the letters Gimmel (ג) and the letter Tet (ט) each reoccur 137 times, as in the numerical value of kabbalah, meaning “to receive” and the Fine Structure Constant (1/137). Speaking of the Fine Structure Constant (1/137), when we sum up the cube roots of all 127 combinations, they total 1370.872. The letters Gimmel (ג) and the letter Tet (ט) are the only two letters of the Torah never found next to each other and they spell get (גט), “a bill of divorce,” a separation. The letter Chet (ח) reoccurs 616 times amongst these 22,000, and that is the numerical value of H’Torah, and is also the exact number of times Moses’ exact name (משה) is mentioned in the Torah. It is also the value of Yitro(יתרו), the first of the 5 portions. Then while the letterPe(פ) reoccurs 358 times amongst those 22,000 letters, as in the value of Mashiach(358), the letter Ayin (ע) reoccurs 954 times, as in digit #954 in Pi where we find the final of the three triplicate 5778 previously discussed.

Partitioning and more partitioning into meaningful subsets. Each value may have its own vertex and/or its own edge in either an 8-dimensional or 10-dimensional cube, and each one an intersection with so many more connections with other vertices and sub-regions, shapes, dimensions. It could take a supercomputer to model and reverse engineer it, begging the repeated question as to why were we given this magnificent instrument? And will we ever know how to utilize it properly? The answer may be up to us.

If, instead of having G-d’s Names all over the technology, it had alien markings, there is no doubt scientists would be pouring all over it, parsing it, studying its partitioning and symmetries, ordering its vertices, searching deeper and deeper for clues, answers, and a way to escape our reality. Do you not think the Creator of this unfathomably deep technological document and device did not know that?

Perhaps, in order to fully access this technology, we have to believe. Not in it, but in G-d, the Creator and in Oneness, just as it says in the Torah.

This abstract concept is not so far-fetched, welding an unseen force like belief and consciousness to hardwired physics.  Does a computer work without software? And even more abstractly, how can we explain the uncertainty principle and quantum entanglement? The truth is right now we cannot. They are observations we have made, and we have yet to find the knowledge to make sense of them.

There is super-determinism that tells us that whatever we actually observe was pre-determined all along, was pre-destined to happen. That does explain it, but it negates ALL free will and places each of us in a set movie in which we can only observe not alter.  That would negate any raison d’etre for our existence and make us an insignificant miniscule hiccup in a multi-verse universe that has vast other options, just not for us.

I am not saying that we have a special place in the vast universe, only that we were chosen to receive the Torah for a reason, not as a plot device in a movie.  We are not characters in a Pirandello play spontaneously awakening from our movie, searching for our author. Or are we? Either way, we found consciousness 5778 years ago and are just now learning what we can do with it.

The problem with quantum entanglement is that all our physics so far is predicated on Einstein’s theories that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, not even if we were to find sub-photons or messenger photons. The reason this is an issue is that we have observed that if a change is made to a particle on one side of the universe an automatic corresponding change will occur in its paired particle on the other side of the universe and that cannot happen without significantly faster than light travel.  Unless, of course, there were forces at work we have yet to understand, or another dimension with different physics that connects everything using a different type of force entirely.

When something is unknown, invisible to our physical observations, and yet has some visible effect on our world (universe) we tend to call it spiritual.  At which point most people either ignore it or filter it through their personal and collective conscious belief systems.  The truth is we do not have a good grasp on consciousness either. No one actually knows what consciousness really is. Sure, we know our minds work through interlocking neural networks with feedback systems and loops, but beyond that, like the spiritual world, consciousness is an invisible force that is just there.

Given that, would it be so unfathomable that the forces of consciousness and the forces of the spiritual world might interact. And might there be tools that could facilitate and help us to consciously harness that interaction? Might the kabbalists be correct when they told us the 22 letters were conduits of that interaction, that the specific Names were just such tools enabling us to harness it, and that the Torah is both our instruction manual and motherboard to complete engagement?

G-d’s Covenant

Back to the technology itself. One additional point about the letter Pe(פ) of numerical value 80 in the Torah.  We have spoken about the obvious split in the 304,805 letters between the 4805 Pes(פ) and the other 21 letters. What we neglected to mention about the programming was that the collective value of those 4805 Pes(פ) was 384,400, whose square root is exactly 620, Keter (כתר). This is perhaps an indication why there are 80,000 – 52 words in the Torah. And perhaps this is reflected in the triplet 805 of the 304,805 letters, which is also the value of “The rainbow (הקשת)” in Hebrew, the sign of the Covenant G-d made with the Earth, the sign of the covenant between G-d and all flesh on Earth, according to the Torah in Bereshit verse 9:13. This occurred right after the flood (מבל) of numerical value 72, which begins with the letters (מב) or 42.  Strengthening these possible connections is the ordinal value of the rainbow (הקשת), 67, the same as the value of Binah (בינה), the dimension where those spiritual forces discussed above exist, the place, according to the kabbalists where the forces of our consciousness interact outside of physicality. G-d also refers to the rainbow as “my rainbow (קשתי)” whose ordinal value is 72.

A covenant with G-d is a Brit (ברית), associated with a splitting or severing, like G-d’s Covenant of Halves with Abraham and a Brit mila, the separation from negativity for an 8-day old male baby.  Certainly, this splitting or severing of Keter in the 304,805 letters is readily apparent.  What is interesting is that the square root (the splitting into two equal components) of 390,625 gave us 625, H’Keter, and the square root of the total value of those severed 4805 Pes(פ) gave us 620, Keter with a difference of 5 between them, as in 58.

G-d said to Noach(נח), of numerical value 58, about the rainbow that it was “a sign of the covenant ( הבריתאות).” The word “sign” is the same word for ‘letters” and the numerical value of this phrase is 1024 or 210, as in the precise 210 word values in the Torah.  A Covenant indeed!

In that 4th line of the 42-Letters that we just drew the connection to the value 704, we find the word Brit spelled out in order (ברית).

Today is Lag B’Omer, the 5th day of the 5th, Hod of Hod. I hope everyone takes full advantage of the energy of R’Shimon Bar Yochai and of the power of this wonderful day.

Ezra

The final section of Part VI will follow shortly and we will get right into Bell Primes.

Time to Ring the Bell

Part VI, Section a

Since the Torah has highlighted and documented this set of specific numbers, lets see if there is a mathematical correlation between them and the cosmos beyond the quantitative borders of the Torah. Once again, Number Theory provides evidence that the choice of these particular numbers might be proof of a coherent intentional and intelligent design. This proof would illustrate deep knowledge of the mathematical underpinnings of the universe and show us how to connect to it.

Besides utilizing the constants what could an advanced intelligence program into the Torah prove such asserted deep knowledge?

The answer is found in Bell Numbers.

Bell Numbers have to do with partition theory. They represent the number of ways a set of elements can be partitioned (divided or split) into non-empty sets. This connection makes perfect sense as we began our discussion with the partitioning of the 22 letters into two sets of 11 elements each. Then later we revealed some deeply hidden clues by partitioning the first 11 letters of the Torah into core syllables while translating them from base 3. In a sense, the Torah is one long 304,805-letter Name of G-d partitioned into words, verses, chapters, paragraphs, portions, all with purpose and meaning.

As we will see soon, all the key Torah elements can be split in two in very specific ways to reveal important information. This includes the 304,805 letters of the Torah, which can be partitioned into two sets: one of 300,000 elements, and the other with the 4,805 letter Pe’s (פ) that recur in the Torah. Think about it: Not only was the Torah arranged so that it would work out to a precise 58 elements, but also that 21 of its letters would add up to exactly 300,000 with the letter Shin (ש) of value 300 being the 21st Hebrew letter.

The connection to the 4,805 letter Pe’s (פ) in the 304,805 letters is obvious. The connection to the letter Shin (ש) of value 300 or the remaining 300,000 letters is a strong one.  So why? Is there something conveyed to us through this connection to the letter Shin (ש) of value 300 and it being the 21st Hebrew letter?

There are several Names of G-d contained in the Torah, yet of the 22 letters, the letter Shin (ש) is the only one that can be said to represent one. And not one, but four Names of G-d:

The numerical value 21 is that of the higher—higher as in dimensionality–Name of G-d, used only 7 times in the Torah, Ehyeh (אהיה);

There are several well established gematria ciphers dating back thousands of years. After the standard one we outlined at the start of this paper, the next most commonly used one is gematria atbash, in which the value of the letters are the exact opposite of the standard values with the letter Alef(א) worth 1 transforms into the letter Tav (ת) and now worth 400. Using gematria atbash, the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) transforms into another form of the Tetragrammaton(מצפצ) of numerical value 300.  By the way, using gematria atbash the Name Ehyeh (אהיה) of value 21 becomes the Name (תצמצ) of numerical value 620, that of Keter, the highest level.

The letter Shin (ש) also represents the Name Shaddai (שדי) which is one reason why it appears on all Mezuzot, often instead of the full Name.

The Arizal often equated Elohim(אלהים) with 300 because 300 is its value when the 5 letters are spelled-out.

Is it just hyper-efficiency that utilizes every letter and quantitative number in so many telling and revealing ways? Or are we just seeing glimpses of complex schematic diagrams of technology that we do yet comprehend?

Regardless, the 304,805 letters in the Torah represent 78.0% of the 390,625 words, letters, and verses in the Torah. Conversely, this means that the words and verses of the Torah represent 22% of those 390,625 elements, apropos considering there are 22 letters in the alphabet.

We have already seen some mathematical constants and some complicated calculations linked to the Torah, enough to prove it was created by an advanced intelligence and not our ancestors. So we know that that intelligence did not originate on Earth.  We could take the Torah then at face value, which says that G-d Created it. Regardless, before we go inward into the depths of the Torah, we can at least assume that whoever did create the Torah also at a minimum knew about the physical modeling of our universe.  If so, might He also build some of those modeling ratios and/or dimensions into our fixed Torah numbers? This would further demonstrate proof of intelligent design.

As it turns out, squaring the 304,805 letters of the Torah gives us the average distance from the Earth to the Sun, 92,955,807 miles, within 80 letters of accuracy. Given the Earth’s elliptical orbit around the Sun at 66,600 mph this is well within an acceptable range.  It is also remarkable that this nearly 93-million-mile distance is off by precisely 80 letters, the value (80) being that of the letter Pe (פ), which was highlighted by the 4,805 letter Pe’s (פ) of the total 304,805 letters.  It is almost as if the universe was proving its own point.

That great distance is measured in terms of the speed of light as it travels from the Sun to the Earth called an Astronomical Unit(AU) and we have made all distances in our solar systems a multiple of it. Given that 173 is the small gematria of the 42-Letter Name, how odd is it that Man calculates the speed of light as 173.1446326847 AU/day and the distance from the Sun to the Earth is 1 AU.  And let us not forget that nine (9) divided by the same 42-Letter Name spelled out is 9/.1230490… = 73.141593, quite similar to 173.1446326.

This distance in miles works out to a standard 149597870700 meters, a possible reference to the sum of the 22 letters, 1495, while in miles the speed of light is 670,616,629.424 mph…., reflecting the 670 paragraphs of “The Torah” of numerical value 616 and 424, Moshiach Ben David.

Beyond our solar system Man measures distance in light-years, the distance light travels in one year. The distance from Earth to the nearest star is 4.2 light years away. Larger distances are measured in parsecs of 3.26 light-years each, which makes that same distance to the nearest star, proxima centauri 4.244 parsecs. Perhaps, once we better understand the schematics, we will better understand the universe we are in. Our options of understanding are the following: 1) Ignore these relationships and assume they are just coincidental; 2) Figure that whoever created the Torah knew the dimensions of our solar system and the speed of light, etc, and moreover that He knew that Man would eventually after thousands of years adopt the specific time keeping and measuring systems that we actually did, in other words that He either knew our future or seeded it along the way; and option 3) Assume that whoever Created the Torah created everything.

Partitioning the Letters

Let us get back to earth and dig deeper into the Torah. In general, in this paper, we are talking about sets or groupings and different ways to partition (split them up) them. We could group and partition any of the Torah elements and get absolutely fascinating results that defy logic, unless logic tells us they are adhering to some model of purposeful design, perhaps a circuitry of sorts, or a network. For example, each letter in the Torah is found a specific and defined number of times, like the set of all Pe’s (פ) in the Torah, and when we partitioned them into two sets, we got one set of 300,000 letters and the other with the 4,805 letter Pe’s (פ).  Of the remaining 21 Letters, exactly 90,100 of them comprise the set of Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו), the component blocks of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה). These 3 important letters comprise 30.03330% of the total set of 300,000 letters, which is oddly reminiscent of the 3003 gematria of the Torah’s first 33 letters, which equaled the sum of the integers from 1 to 77. What is more astounding about that set of 90,100 letters is that it is the sum of the integers from 1 – 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David.

Speaking of 3003, if you recall, when we first compared our original odd-even alef-bet split to the phi one, we saw that they were off by a pretty round number, which had hinted at the use of phi in the first place. Knowing what we now know, it makes sense that collectively the two splits were off from each other by .3003

Odd/Even Splits

625/1495 was .4180

625/870 was   .7183

They are off from Phi (.6180) by:

.6180 - .4180 = .2000

.7183 - .6180 = .1003

                .3003

Each time we divide the remaining letters into new groupings we are separating them into subsets. We will break that subset of 90,100 letters down into further subsets, but first let us examine the relationship between this tiny subset of 33 letters and the completely separate one of 90,100.  Somehow, dividing the sum of the digits from 1 – 424 by the sum from 1- 77 yields 30.00333000.

If we want to bring prime numbers into this, or better said, if we want to see how prime numbers were woven into this equation since the Torah’s inception, we have to look no further than the face that the Torah’s first 33 letters, which equaled the sum of the integers from 1 to 77 are also the Torah’s first 8 words. The sum of the first 8 Primes (2 + 3 + 5 + 7 +11 +13 + 17 + 19) = 77.

Then when we divide the two resultant values by each other, 77/424, we get .18160377358… There is much to parse in this long fractional number, though 181 is relevant enough: as 181 is the 42nd Prime Number; and 181 is also the sum of the first 42 digits in the set of Prime Numbers; and as we will soon see the 42-Letter Name is directly related to those 90,100 Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו) that gave us the number 424.

Moreover, while the sum of the digits through 181 (the 42nd prime) is 378, and 378 is the gematria of the famous palindromic phrase “He and His Name are One (Echad Usho Echad)”, which we will also discuss shortly, when we add the 42 to 378, we get 378 +42 = 420.  This seems all the more relevant since there are 181 digits in 111! (factorial) and 111 is the numerical value of alef(אלפ), One(1), where it all begins.

Is there any specific reason why the Earth is exactly 111 Moon diameters from the Sun in its average orbit?

 

 Then again, if we were to add the relevant number 42 to 181, we would get 223, which is the difference between the 603773 in the result .181603773.. and the census taken in in Bamidbar 1:1 – 4:20 that gave us 603550 men counted.

 

This last point will become much more significant later in this paper, though for now, 181 is also the sum of two consecutive squares in that 181 = 92 + 102, reflective to be sure of the 90,100-letter subset we started with. What is being shown to us is that there is strong relationship between the numbers 77 and 424 and this somehow ties into the concept of an Anointed One. What we are about to see is how the Name of G-d (יהוה) also ties in.

So now let us divide that important 90,100-letter subset of Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו) into the 7280 Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו) that we utilized to construct the actual 1820 Tetragrammatons (יהוה) in the Torah.  Before we go any further, we need to note that the numerical value of each Tetragrammaton (יהוה) is 26 and that the higher Name Ehyeh(אהיה) is found only 7 times in the Torah, yet when we divide 1820 by 7 we get exactly 260 or 26 x 10. There are exactly 260 Tetragrammaton (יהוה) for each Name Ehyeh(אהיה).  Moreover, when we divide the numerical value of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) by the numerical value of the Name Ehyeh(אהיה) or 26/21, we get 1.238095…, which should set off alarm bells. This was the same 1/42 remainder we saw with 13/42 and with the two partitioning equations of the 22 letters into the 3 Mothers, 7 Doubles and 12 Elemental letters.  Only this time, this derivative of 42 is paired with the number 1.

Stop right here. The 3 most powerful Names of G-d are integrated into a single super simple equation. Yes, it breaks down to simple arithmetic but not if you use the Names rather than the numerical values that represent them:

Back to the 7280 Yuds (י), Heis (ה), and Vavs (ו). That the number 7280 came up again as we saw with the 72 Triplet square roots and with the 7-word 28-letter first verse of the Torah is significant, as is the sum of 7280 + 1820 = 9100, yet again a reflection of our 90,100-letter subset, keeping in mind these latest subsets are describing nothing less than the ineffable Name of G-d (יהוה). When we listen to the Torah and the reader gets to the unpronounceable Name (יהוה) he says “Adonai” and there are exactly 91 Adonai’s (אדני) in the Torah, matching the sum of the numerical value of Tetragrammaton (יהוה) and Adonai (אדני) together (26 + 65 = 91).

 

For much more and much deeper work, including how the first word in the Torah, when spelled out also equals 1820 on this subject see Choose Redemption Now.

By the way, those 187 chapters, 670 paragraphs and 54 portions add up to 911. There may be another way to dial for emergency help beside your phone. Interestingly, when we divide the three(3) main written elements of the Torah by the three(3) main formal partitioning elements of the Torah in order of size, we get : the number of verses 5845 divided by the 54 portions; and the 79975 words in the Torah divided by the 187 Chapters; and the 304805 letters divided by the 670 paragraphs. The result of these three divisions (5845/54 + 79975/187 + 304805/670) and add (187 + 670 + 54) divided by 102 is 999.96 or 1000 yet again.

The numbers themselves convey information to us, but it is the relationship between them that is really important. Your parents are important as individuals, but to you it is the fact that they are your parents that really matters, your relationship to them. In mathematics, relationship are called equations. As such, we see that there is a binding relationship between the 670 paragraphs, 187 chapters and the 54 portions that leads to Moshiach:

We can also note that 670 – 54 = 616, the numerical value of “The Torah.”

A much more interesting and revealing equation is found in the simple relationship between the 248 columns and the 670 paragraphs:

 

The 42 Letters of the 42-Letter name add up to 3701 while the 28 Letters of the Torah’s first verse add up to 2701.  Now that a significant relationship has been established, we can use gematria to connect a few more dots. For example, in 2701612903, the triplet 612 is the gematria value for the word brit (ברית), meaning covenant, and 903 is the sum of all the integers from 1 – 42.  Since we know the 42-Letters of the Name are derived from the first 42 letters of the Torah we can see how one message embedded in this relationship is that the Covenant of 42 is found in the first verse. Moreover, now we can understand the relationship between the 1000 letters of the Shema and the 248 words of the Shema since 3701 – 2701 = 1000.

A Parting Gift

Of course, there are all sorts of ways of partitioning the Torah. We have only to look and we will find them. There is a saying in Kabbalah that when the student is ready the teacher will come. This refers to the personal training and connection one must make and is why it was has always been taught with a few notable exceptions one-on-one and not through mass marketing. We should make the disclaimer here that we are not teaching Kabbalah in these articles, we are revealing the Torah and the universe in a light that penetrates the darkness of the illusions. We use transparently use certain kabbalistic tools to help make those revelations and in so doing help others to use them to. The teacher-student relationship is the one you can make with the Torah, learning and downloading deep ancient knowledge directly one-on-one, passed down directly not through new age aphorisms.

That said, let us peer into the Torah and get a glimpse of what it can teach us through yet another partitioning.  If we partition those 187 chapters into its first 3 and the remaining 184, which is also the same as separating the 670 paragraphs into the first 11 paragraphs and remaining 659, we find that they end precisely at the pivotal moment with Man being kicked out of the Garden of Eden. Up to this this natural and momentous breaking point in the Genesis narrative there are exactly 4213 letters. It may be a message to us of what we will need to survive, 42 and 13, or what we need to get back in?

Moreover, these 4213 letters end as they begin. Of its final two words “(עץ־החיים), Tree-of-Life”, the last word has the gematria value 73, just like the its first verse (Σ1- 73).

An Explanation

Even while accepting infinity as a concept, we look at our universe as finite with everything that is in it as given and fixed. We were given Pi, Phi, e, the mass of the particles, etc. Yet from a higher dimension our universe is a block of clay, or a computer program where everything can be molded or changed at will.  The digits of Pi or any so-called constants can be moved around, rearranged and messages or “tags” inserted. Even our most brilliant abstract thinkers are staying inside the box, the tool box, creating by using the tools in the box that we were given. There are tools outside the box that do extraordinary things, things we call miracles, things that bend and shift our reality, and things that can truly free us from the illusions of time and physicality. In order to find and understand how to use these tools, we must learn to see these “tags,” decipher them, and decode the messaging and instructions.  For now, we can view the universe as a virtual reality game with an external programmer which the Torah calls G-d, the Creator, or Our Lord G-d, or the One Who Is.

We will develop this concept further as we get deeper into the beauty and symmetry of the fabric of the universe and as this messaging and tagging gets more and more apparent.

Part VI section b will follow very soon. Shabbat Shalom

Part V: G-d is One

The Torah is a 248-column x 42-row matrix, just like the 6-column x 7-row 42-Letter matrix that the kabbalists tell us acts like a remote control to it and just like the 8-column x 9-row 72 Triplets matrix. We saw earlier the precision of the sum of the 72 square roots and the sum of the 9 rows of the 72 square roots that together totaled 1000.054 and we are beginning to understand that that tiny remainder of .054 was left on purpose to match the Phi shift, etc. Now we must explain that in kabbalistic gematria 1 = 1000 because the word for 1000 in Hebrew is elef (אלף), which is the same as the word for alef (אלף), the first Hebrew letter with numerical value 1. The difference between the two words is only the vowels, a series of dots and dashes that are not written into the Torah. The hint here is the 72 Name matrix is to be taken as a whole, as One, and not utilized as individual Names. It would be like breaking off a piece of your cell phone and trying to text a friend with it.

Does this total of 1000.0 connect in any way to the 1000 letters of the Shema prayer? The answer must be yes.  Since the purpose of the Shema is written right into its first verse with “YHVH Echad,” G-d is One.

Echad

The Hebrew word echad (אחד) means “One” in English in every sense of the word: One as a wholeness; One as in Unity; One as in first; and One as in the numeral 1. The Hebrew word echad (אחד) has a numerical value of 13, the same as Ahava (אהבה), meaning love. The relationship between 42 and 13 is special. Spiritually, it is extremely deep and profound, and numerically it illustrates that 13 can represent 1, and that the choosing of which letters comprise which words was never arbitrary. When we take 1/42, which we will see later is also the soul root of the Israelites, as per the Arizal, we get:

Then when we take the number 13 over 42, we get:

With the repeating sequence 238095 in both decimal results, clearly this relationship between 13 and 42 is not casual.  And given the ratios in the Alef-bet splitting and the Torah dynamics around 58, the relationship between 42 and 72 cannot be casual either, since 42/72 = .58333, which equals approximately (1 – .42):

Simplifying 42/72 by removing the factor of 6 from both numbers, the fraction and resultant equation reduces to 7/12 = .58333, which equals approximately (1 – .42). This is significant because as will be explained in greater detail shortly, the 22 Hebrew letters are broken down, according to Kabbalistic texts dating back thousands of years, into specifically 3 Mother, 7 Double, and 12 Elemental Letters.

As for those 1000 letters in the Shema and perfect 1000 sum of the 72 square roots, it just so happens that 22, as in the 22 Letters, in base 2 is 1000.

We are going to briefly explain about those 3 Mothers, 7 Doubles, and 12 Elementals Letters and how their simple partitioning of the 22 Letters into 3 sets reflects Pi, the 54-unit shift, and 13 as One concepts. Simply speaking, (3 + 7 + 12) = 22 and therefore 3/22 + 7/22 + 12/22 = 1.00.  Everyone learns in school that 22/7 is the smallest whole number approximation of Pi, 3.142857… what is not so obvious is that 7/22 = .3181818, and that 318 represents the 318 men Abraham took to fight the battle of the 5 Kings vs 4 Kings and as Rav Azulai of blessed memory points out in his 16th century book, Chesed L’Abraham, 1818 is the value of the 3 iterations of the spelled-out letter Alef(א), or One(1), using the same method we saw with the Upper-42-Letter Name expanded from the Tetragrammaton (יהוה).

Kabbalists, using the Hebrew letters with their inherent exponential values have been using iterations for hundreds and even thousands of years. These iterations are what mathematicians call Infinite Expressions, another important branch of mathematical studies, which we will use later to illustrate how Phi is infinitely related to One (1). When we freeze an infinite series at a particular iteration, we are taking a partial sum of that infinite series. There can be many reasons for this, though the Kabbalists generally freeze the expressions at 3 iterations, mostly for spiritual reasons, including the 3-column system that the 10 dimensions of the Tree of Life are connected through, reflecting the 3-prong balance in the energy forms we call matter in our 3-dimensional physical universe. This is also why some of the divine Matrices are based on Triplets, and why the Hebrew alphabet can be divided into 3 sets of specific Letters.

The connection between 12 and 22 is much more obvious to us, as 12/22 = .545454…, a simple representation of the 54-unit shift we found in the 22 Letter two-part split. And finally, 3/22 = .13636363… with 13 coming up again. This time loosely connected with 363 the numerical value of H’Moshiach. The much deeper connection between 54 and 13 will be established later in this paper.

Speaking simply again, (3 + 7 + 12) = 22 and this time 22/3 + 22/7 + 22/12 does not equal 1, nor 22. We already discussed Pi (22/7), so 22/3 equating to 7.333… can be see as representative of 73, while 33 can be anything really. Remember, these relationships are not proofs unto themselves of anything, yet it is interesting how they keep revolving around one another. The final pairing, 22/12, is special and helps us reveal a very deep Kabbalistic secret about the 42-Letter Name never publicized before. 22/12 = 1.833…  The 42Letter Name has a total gematria value of 3701, or precisely 1000 more than the Torah’s first verse (2701). At the midpoint of the 42 letters, right after the 21st letter and just before the 22nd letter, the total gematria is 1833, which not only matches 22/12, but also matches the 1833 times the letter Samechs(ס) appears in the Torah. The letter Samech (ס) has a numerical value of 60 and when we add that to 3701 we get 3701 + 60 = 3761, or the year “0 CE” in the Western calendar, matching the Hebrew calendar year 3761 HC.  More about this later in the paper. For now, just suspend your disbelief; it is not a coincidence.

 

Then as if to tell us that this connection to the 42-Letter Name is appropriate here, we see that 22/3 + 22/7 + 22/12 = 12.3095238095 or 12 plus .3095238095, which as we have just seen is the decimal equivalent of 13/42.

Remember what we just said about the value 60 being hidden in the center of the 42-Letter Name, well, when we further compare the relationships of this ancient 3-way partition of the 22 letters, we see that 22/3 – 22/7 + 22/12= 6.0238095… or 60 with 1/42.

Finally, let us not forget that:

(3 + 7 + 1 + 2) = 13 (אחד)

The 3 Mother letters, Alef (א), Shin(ש) and Mem(מ), have a special relationship to Phi and the Torah elements.  One such example is found in the equation: x Phi-1) + (ש x Phi) = 187.028, the 187 chapters in the Torah and the 28 letters in the first verse. Another example is  x Phi-1) + (ש x Phi) = 670.820 with 670 being the number of paragraphs in the Torah, and 820 being the value of the verse Levitcus 19:18, paraphrased as “Love they neighbor as thyself,” said to be the essence of the entire Torah. It is also more fully, 670.8203… giving us 708 as the gematria of the upper 42-Letter Name and 203, the first 3 letters of the Torah too.

A Deeper Purpose to the Shema

The purpose of the Shema is to bring it all together for us, with referenced connections to the 72 Triplets through its two paragraphs of 72 words each; and to the 42-Letter Name and the 42 rows of the Torah through its first 42-word paragraph; and to the 248 columns through the 248 words in the Shema, and especially though its 6-word 25-Letter first verse.  For starters. the sum of the 1st and last word of the Shema’s first verse equals 424 including the kolel for 1 (echad).

It gets much deeper than that and the coding much more profound.  There are 13 words—the gematria of echad (אחד), One—in the first 42-word paragraph pf the Shema that have the initial letter Vav (ו). Then there are 42 more of them in the rest of the Shema, for a total of 55. There are also exactly 42 words in the Shema that have the initial letter Alef (א). The letter Vav (ו) spelled-out is vav-alef-vav (ואו) of numerical value 13. More about how to use the Shema as a portal later, for now we want simply to establish its designed relationship to the concept of One (1) and the sequential numbers: 13, 42, and 55.

We are about to see the special significance to the sequence 13, 42, and 55, but first let us use a gematria variation on Number Theory to see how they are related. Using a little known but very revealing gematria cipher we can take the product of (13 x 42 x 55) and divide it by the sum of (13 + 42 + 55) and get 273, the gematria of the word “gematria.” It is also the value of Absolute Zero, c. If you think there is the slightest coincidence in this, please review our paper on Time and the surprising mathematical structure of our solar system or on Science, Theology and the Future Holy Temple. We are way beyond coincidences and as we will soon see, about to enter the Twilight Zone of mathematical import.

The article Et(את) before a word in the Torah increases its importance and significance, as in the role it plays in the Torah’s first verse when it appears before the word Heaven. The numerical value of the article Et(את) is 401, so we could interpret the 401,273 basic elements of the Torah as a visual amplification of the significance of “gematria.” In other words, it may be a hint that we should pay attention to it.  It is also at 273 degrees Kelvin where water freezes and –273 degrees centigrade is Absolute Zero, where all movement in the universe ceases completely.

401,273 Elements in the Torah

Part VI will follow shortly, where we will see how important the role of the combination 13 -42- 55 really is and what it unlocks.