Science and Theology are One; Secrets of the Future Holy Temple

In our last article we discussed how both the Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales aligned perfectly with the specific structural design of the Future Holy Temple as laid out by Ezekiel thousands of years ago, and moreover how the Kelvin scale and the surface temperature of the planets aligned with the dates given by the tzaddikim for the final redemption.

Given that, and returning the the freezing point of water, 32 degrees Fahrenheit, we see that the major structural dimensions of the Future Holy Temple centers redundantly and concentrically on the 32 Paths of Wisdom that comprise the Tree-of-life.

As we lay out this structure for you in a 2-dimensional grid, please note that the Temple, like the Tree-of-Life, is multi- dimensional and should always be viewed that way, staring with the fact that 32 is 25, and that 32 represents the 32 edges (paths) of what is called in mathematics a 4-dimensional hypercube.

Though our modern physicists, by and large, agree with the ancient Kabbalists that the greater universe is constructed in 10 dimensions, we cannot even fathom , except mathematically, how a 4-D cube, or indeed any object would actually look.  Nevertheless, in the same way that a 3-D cube casts a 2-D shadow on our desk, a 4-D hypercube does the same in our 3-D world.  It’s by these shadows, much like Plato’s cave, that we can glimpse and maybe grasp that upper dimension.

The following illustrations are just such shadows of 4-D hypercubes on our world, and the reason we need to perceive them before getting back to the temperature scales will be clear in a moment, but keep in mind that it’s only because of light that we have shadows and thus perception in the first place.

One of the shapes that a 3-D cube casts on a flat 2-D page is a square, another is a hexagon, and likewise one of the shadows cast by our 4-D hypercube on our 3-D world is a cube itself (if you follow the outlines in the blue image). Others, include the tesseract, as in the image above (a cube within a cube), and also the double stacked cubes, which once turned on its axis, forms the exact Tree-of-Life depiction kabbalists have been elaborating on for thousands of years.

Since we have a difficult time imagining hyperspace or multiple dimensions, lets look at the simplest schematic of the Future Holy Temple’s layout, which has an outer courtyard that measures 312 x 312 cubits square, an inner courtyard centered within it that measures 100 x 100 cubits square and the Alter within that that measures 32 x 32 cubits square. There is, of course, the Holy of Holies, measuring 100 x 100 x 100, a perfect cube of 100 cubits per side that sits off to the side,  and also numerous other significant structures, but today we are concerned only with the precisely centered concentric ones.

These shadows on our world form another shape: a truncated pyramid, just like Joseph’s Pyramid that we’ve been analyzing in conjunction with the Future Holy Temple. Picture, if you will, the 32 cubit square, flat-topped Alter, widening first to 100 cubits square then to 312 cubits square

The three temperature scales align such that 0 Kelvin = -273.16 degrees Celsius, and 0 degrees Celsius = 32 degrees Fahrenheit = 273.16 Kelvins, and 273.16 = half of 546.32. Thus from 0 Kelvin to 32 degrees Fahrenheit, there are 546.32 degrees Kelvin.

This is most interesting because the number 546 is the sum of the initials of the 10 sefirot (dimensions) along the 32 Paths of the Tree-of-life.  Thus, to the kabbalists, the temperature, which after all only measures energy transference, is analogous to the Tree-of-Life.  Furthermore, 273 is thus the Tree-of-Life cleaved down the middle as described by Abraham 3700 hundred years ago in his Sefer Yetzirah, The Book of Formation.

The energetic connection between 32 and 100 goes deeper than the results on our thermometer. According to the ancient science of gematria, each of the Hebrew letters has a numerical value representing its underlying energy and when the letters spell out a word they impart their combined energy to that word and its meaning. As is well know, the Torah begins and ends with the letter Bet and Lamed, which in gematria have the numerical value together (2 +30) of 32, and 32 squared, the area of the central Alter of the Holy Temple is 1024, or in scientific notation 210, which just happens to be the exact number of different word values in the Torah, 1024.

Now, what makes this especially telling is that a hypercube in the 10th dimension, as in the 10 dimensions that most of our modern physicists believe the universe to be made up of, and as in the 10 dimensions of the tree-of-life that our ancient sages and kabbalists believe the universe to be made up of, has 1024 vertices or points (corners). So one could view (if we had such extraordinary vision) the Torah as a matrix designed in 10 dimensional space, forming a hypercube whereby each point represented a different word value of the Torah.

Now, a little more down to earth is, as we just said, the first and last letters of the Torah, Bet and Lamed, have a numerical value of 32, but they also carry an ordinal value of 14, making their complete value 46, which is that of the Hebrew word for cubit, Amah (EMH) as in the 32 cubits of the Alter.  Moreover, the letters in Amah (EMH) can be rearranged to spell Me’ah (MEH), also of numerical 46, which is the Hebrew word for 100, so both cubit and 100 occupy the same vertex (point) on that 10-D hypercube and both connect directly to the point occupied by the number 32.

Now, since envisioning this in a flat two dimensions would be shortsighted, and one of the secrets of the structure of the Future Holy Temple, is revealed by adding the 3 concentric central components of the Temple together. The base measure of the Alter cubed, 323 plus the measurement of the Inner Courtyard cubed, 1003 plus the Outer Courtyard cubed, 3123 = 31404096, which is precisely 31400000 plus 4 x 322, or 4 times the number of word values in the Torah, and thus in scientific notation 212.

The number 314 is quickly recognizable as the mathematical constant PI, but also the numerical value of the Name of G-d Shadai (ShDY) found on every mazuza, and it is also that of the Archangel Metatron, guardian of knowledge. And when you connect this intrinsic cosmic design to the proper  sequence of Holy Names, you have the flow of the Divine Life Force (the Shefa) that sustains all existence.

Moreover, 312 is just 1 of the 1024 word values in the Torah, but individual words with the value 312 are found 128 times in the Torah and that is 32 x 4 times—probably not a coincidence, right?  Also, the 312th word value in the Torah is 314, also found 128 or 4 x 32 times in the Torah.

The Torah and divine structure of the universe is nothing if not awe-inspiring.  And the Future Holy Temple will be our bridge between the Tree-of-Life and our limited world of illusions.

The Real 5 Books of the Torah: Dimensions Beyond.

There are 5 Books of the Torah as we see them laid out in the scroll before us, 2 dimensionally, and even if we study its secrets and read the Rabbis’ different interpretations, there are still only 5 Books divided into a stream of words, but that’s because we’re only looking at them from our limited point-of-view, stuck in Malchut.  There is another way of viewing them that will expand our consciousness and raise us into the Tree-of-life.

This is Wisdom for those that understand. The Arizal in his commentary on portion Terumah, said that the Torah was at the level of Yesod of Abba, which is Chochma, which is also the Yud in the Tetragrammaton (YHVH).  We’ve read elsewhere and also from the Ari himself that the Torah is at the level of Zeir Anpin (the bundle of 6 sefirot/dimensions from Heaven to Earth), and also that it’s at the level of Binah, so what gives?

What gives is our limited perspective. They are all right.

In the Arizal’s pregnant statement that the Torah was at the level of Yesod of Abba, we can see that there are about 80,000 words in the Torah and then knowing that 80 is the numerical value of Yesod(YSVD) and that the 5 digits in 80,000 reflect 10x10x10x10 or 104 we have clues to understanding the Ari’s statement.

First we must understand that there are 5 main levels of the sefirot corresponding to the 5 worlds and the 5 parts of the YHVH.

5 Main Dimensions

5: Keter (tip of the Yud)

4: Chochma or Abba (Father) Yud

3: Binah or Imma (Mother) Hey

2: Zeir Anpin (Vav)

1: Malchut (final Hey)

Then we can see that 5-digit numbers are at the level of 104, as shown above, and thus they are at the 4th level, which as the Arizal said, is Abba (Chochma).

We can thus understand from the Ari’s statement that the words of the Torah are at level of Yesod of Abba (Chochma). Yesod is the point (funnel) where the light flows into the next lowest sefira, in this case Binah or Imma.

And the pseudo-sexual reference to flowing into Imma from Abba is not coincidental as this analogy is as best we can understand it  and Yesod is indeed associated with the sexual organs for this very reason. In fact, one of the reasons that there are 79,976 words in the Torah and not 80,000 exactly is that 24 of them, or .03% were removed in a spiritual circumcision of sorts, since a proper circumcision (brit milah) is done is 3 parts: a) cutting away the foreskin, b) Revealing the glans, and c) Extracting the blood from the wound.


Now, there are 600,000 letters in the Torah. Actually there are (600,000 -408) component letters of the 304,805 full letters in the Torah, as we’ve explained in previous articles, but the sages use the 600,000 figure, corresponding to the 600,000 Israelites at Sinai.

The numerical value of the letter Vav is 6, and 60% of the verses in the Torah begin with the letter Vav. And if those 408 missing letters were Vav’s, their value would be 2448, the year the Torah was revealed at Sinai, which would be .408% of 600,000.

Nevertheless, 6 is representative of Zeir Anpin.  And 6 digits is at a higher level that the 5 digits of Abba (Chochma), and thus would be at the highest level of Keter. Thus the 600,000 letters of the Torah are similarly at Zeir Anpin of Keter.

5: Letters: Zeir Anpin of Keter

4: Words: Yesod of Chochma

How are we to understand this? When we look at the Torah we see letters grouped into words, but this is like seeing the various components of light already assembled together: the blue wavelength, red, infra-red, ultra-violet etc. Or seeing matter already formed with electrons, protons, neutrons. It’s all been put together to make it easy for us for us to comprehend the universe, but in the end all we see is the limited malchut world of illusion, a reflection of the truth instead of the Tree-of-life reality beyond limitations.

Any scientist will tell you that the atoms are 99.9% empty space, so how come we can’t see or pass right through them? A better question might be, who said we can’t?

In actuality, the letters and words exists on separate planes of existence, which is why gematria can analyze them separately and add to the whole, rather than detract from it, and it’s also why Rav Abraham Abulafia of blessed memory said Gematria is the highest form of Torah understanding.


As for the 5845 verses of Torah, they are 155 less than 6000 and 67 more than 5778, the year prophesied by Rav Ashlag, etc for the final redemption (geula) and the 3rd opening of the Tree-of-life reality in our world. While the 4 digits indicate the world of Binah (Imma) one dimension beneath Chochma (Abba), 6 again signifies the 6 dimensions of Zeir Anpin, and 67 is he numerical value of Binah (Imma), reiterating that connection.  And 155/6000 is .26%, with 26 being the numerical value of the YHVH, which on a whole is Zeir Anpin.

Therefore the verses of the Torah are in the dimension of Zeir Anpin of Imma (Binah).

5: Letters: Zeir Anpin of Keter

4: Words: Yesod of Chochma

3: Verses: Zeir Anpin of Binah

Taken together all 3 elements in their separate superimposed dimensions (Letters, Words, and Verses) add up to exactly 58, 5 raised to the 8th power. Now that’s perfection not attainable from our limited perspective.

Nevertheless, There are two more major Torah elements, the 670 paragraphs and the 187 Chapters.

The 3 digits of the 670 paragraphs represent Da’at, the triple balancing point, or reservoir of knowledge between Chochma and Binah, and the place from where Zeir Anpin draws its shefa (life-force). And once again 67 is the numerical value of Binah; therefore the 670 paragraphs are in the dimension of Binah of Da’at, which is the level where Moses drew his energy and wisdom.

The 5th element, 187 chapters, breaks down to 120 + 67 with 67 once again being the numerical value of Binah, and 12o being the length of our generations, those from Moses on, for as the Torah says in Genesis 6:3 “God said, ‘My spirit will not continue to judge man forever, since he is nothing but flesh. His days shall be 120‘.”

In the 5th chapter, just prior to that, the 8th man (generation) in the lineage of Adam, Methuselah lived 187 before begetting Lemekh (LMC), whose name is a permutation for King(MLC), and whose life and lifespan hint to 5778. (See our post on Abraham and Jupiter.)

There are 26 generations delineated in the Torah, and they averaged 91 years each.  Then from Moses (the 26th generation) on, we and according to chazal, he, lived 120 years each generation. This gives us an average of exactly 107 years over 54 generations to 5778, since 5778 = 54 x 107.

Now the 67 chapters represent 35.8% of 187, and 358 is the numerical value of Moshiach, the Messiah, who is to be manifest in 5778 (2018 CE).

All that said, the 2 digits of  the 67 chapters are on the level of Zeir Anpin and 67 is Binah. Meanwhile the Arizal tells us that 120 represents the 120 permutations of the 5 letters in Elohim (ELHYM), the Name of G-d at the level of Malchut. Therefore, the 187 chapters stretch from Binah to Malchut, which is Zeir Anpin .

Thus the 5 dimensions of the Torah:

5:Letters: Zeir Anpin of Keter

4:Words: Yesod of Chochma

3:Verses: Zeir Anpin of Binah

2:Paragraphs: Binah of Da’at

1:Chapters: Zeir Anpin

And when we read he Torah, the table it sits on is Malchut, where we then see all 5 dimensions all together as One: Keter, Chochma, Binah, Da’at and Zeir Anpin brought down to our level.

Did you notice that the smaller the individual Torah element (the individual letters being the smallest and the chapters the greatest) the higher the sefirot (dimension) it connects to. It’s just like the tip of Yud in the YHVH. The adage less is more is very ancient.

5778(2018 CE) is almost here, isn’t it time we rise up to the Torah’s level and see its infinite multi-dimensional beauty.

When we are in sync with the luminous 5 dimensions of the Torah we are in another state of mind and being.  We go from viewing the world as 3-dimensional objects and 2-dimensional words on vellum to viewing it as a 4-dimensional hypercubes (Tesseracts). These have 32 edges, just like the 32 Paths of Wisdom that form the Tree-of-life, all of them connecting various wondrous gateways of limitlessness.

Moreover, those 80,000 words in Yesod of Chochma are divided into exactly 1024 word values, which is precisely 32 x 32, thus expanding the Torah’s dimensionality even further into a full 5-dimensional hypercube or Penteract. It has 32 vertices and 80 edges and 80 faces. The Zohar and sages of blessed memory say the Torah has 70 faces, and with the 10 sefirot there are 80, completing its 5th dimensionality.

The image is a little hard to fathom, but it’s only a projection, nothing like being able to access those dimensions.  everything we see in our world is nothing more than illusory projections of higher dimensions on the walls we’ve built up around us, and on the ceiling we’ve built for ourselves.

If you were to shine a flashlight above a cube onto the wall, you’d see a square. That’s what we’ve done to ourselves, accepted the square as the end-all.

And with 248 columns and 42 rows per column we add two more dimensions to the Torah dimensionality, two more aspects of Zeir Anpin, which when added to the words, letters, and verses in the Torah give us a total of 401273 Torah elements, which work out to exactly 248,000 X Phi, the primordial mathematical constant of value 1.61803399… that controls the natural spiraling growth in the universe, from the petals on a flower to the arms of the Milky Way.

And while 248 is the numerical value of the Hebrew word for mercy, Abraham, and while 2480 is the numerical value of the Names of all 5 Books of the Torah, when you start from One and spiral outward 18 times, or Phi18, we get exactly 5778.000. And by the way the square root of 18 is 4.2426 or 424, Moshiach Ben David with 26, YHVH. Just step outside the square.

Isn’t it time we explored the Torah’s higher dimensionality. Isn’t it time we left the world of limitation, Malchut behind, and prepared for the Tree-of-life reality.

Shavua Tov