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The Cosmic Frequency and Heartbeat Part 3

Frequency in the Aether As the Phi (φ) angle (137.5o) continually proceeds around a 360o circle, it generates the Phi (φ) spiral, and on a single rotation cycle we can fit two turns of (137.5o) and a remainder of (360o - 2(137.5o)) = 85o, giving us the ratio for the...

The Cosmic Frequency and Radiation Part 2

Cosmic Circles, Squares, Cubes, and Spheres, and… The Tower of Truth that Unfolds into Triangles and… Eventually into the Pyramid of the Sun In this section of our exploration of the Primary Frequency of the Constant 27.5, we will explore its intersection and...

Tesla, Magic Squares, The Cubit, and the Primal Frequency (Part I)

A New Constant Built into the Alef-Bet In our article The Creator's Smoking Gun we showed that while the Hebrew Alef-bet is assigned its values based on the exponential scale 1.313x, the 22 Names of the Alef-bet are repeatedly and fractally based on the Phi (φ)...

Are We Living in a Simulation?

The Simulation Are we living in a simulation? Does the soul exist? Is there an afterlife? Are you conscious? If you answered yes to any of those simple questions, then the answer is arguably yes. The soul, Heaven or the world-to-come, and our consciousness all exist...

The Time Capsule of The 10 Commandments

There are 5845 verses in the Torah, which form a perfect cube of life of 183 with an additional set of 13 separate verses, as in the number One, echad, of numerical value 13, and as in the crucial 13 verses of the 10 Commandments. Those 13 verses contain exactly 620...

The 10 Commandments

There are 5845 verses in the Torah, which form a perfect cube of life of 183 with an additional set of 13 separate verses, as in the number One, echad, of numerical value 13, and as in the crucial 13 verses of the 10 Commandments. Those 13 verses contain exactly 620...

Was God a Cubist? The Torah and Cubic Geometry

We finished the previous article with the Taxicab Number, famous in mathematics because back in 1919 one of the brightest mathematicians, H. G. Hardy, tried to console a very sick colleague, the brightest mathematician of their day, Srinivasa Ramanujan, with a number...

One Incident Can Change Everything

One Incident Can Change Everything There are certain pivotal incidents in the Torah that the rest of the narrative hinges upon. One such moment was when Joseph was seduced by Potiphar’s wife and refused her numerous advances. The Midrash explains just how far along...

The Path of One

In our previous article about the derivation of the Hebrew Alphabet we showed how the Alef-bet, like the mathematical constant Phi(φ), is based on the Principle of One.  It is all about frequency and vibration and what that means for us as it filters into our...

The Creator’s Smoking Gun

Four years ago, when I began this 2000-page journey through untold secrets and revelations about the Torah and the Cosmos and how they align and interact, it was because of an anomaly I found in the Hebrew Alphabet. It concerned the crucial mathematical constant Phi...

Thank You to Everyone

Four years ago, when I began this 2000-page book and journey through untold secrets and revelations about the Torah and the Cosmos and how they align and interact, it was because of an anomaly I found in the Hebrew Alphabet.  There was as the odd relationship revealed...