They often wonder why mathematics describes physics so well? How the physical world works, how information describes the universe. But information IS the universe! What do I mean? I will explain this in several ways. Number is geometry, a force that describes. In language, and I mean the old language, each letter has a meaning and describes something of its quality.
Now I could use an old way to describe it, and in a way this gave rise to things like abracadabra, the power of words, spells, god let Adam name the animals so he could rule over them. We get back to Adam and Eve in a moment but let’s first look at another example, consider the word “wisdom” or chokmah in Hebrew (remember that Hebrew script is read from right to left).
It so happens that this Hebrew word and these numbers will prove to be crucial to what follows. Numbers 37 and 73 should not be considered ordinary by any means.
- 37 and 73 are reflective numbers
- 37 and 73 are the 12th and 21st prime numbers respectively
- 12 and 21 are reflective numbers
- 12² (144) and 21² (441) are also reflective numbers
- 73 is the 37th odd number
The first verse of the Hebrew Bible consists of just 7 words and 28 letters, but is a powerful and precise account of the creation of the universe.
These words from genesis 1:1 sum to 2701, which is 73 x 37 and the 73rd triangular number. Note that the gematria values of the first letter of each of these seven words sum to 22:
- bet=2, bet=2, aleph=1, aleph=1, hey=5, vav=6, hey=5
- 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 5 + 6 + 5 = 22, the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet
Also note the gematria values of the first three words, which when strung together are 91320386 (Bereshith bara Elohim). The first occurrence of 91320386 in pi is followed by the three digits 232. In the Bible’s third verse, God said, Let there be light. The gematria value of יהי אור (“Let there be light”) is 232.
The sum of genesis 1.1 is 2701.
Also note that 2701 = 26² + 45². The gematria values of יהוה (YHWH) and Adam (אדם) are 26 and 45 respectively. The gematria value of Eve (in Hebrew Chavah or חוה) is 19, which is 45 – 26.
“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them” Genesis.
2 x 3 x 6 x 8 = 288. The first occurrence of 2368 in pi is followed by 288. The 888 (Jesus) is 288.
Israel is 541.
- 541 x 888 = 480,408
- 480 + 408 = 888
- 541 x 666 = 360,306
- 360 + 306 = 666
Now gevurah and chesed are also known as the right and left arm of god, the one, and the 8 is you also in a way that his works reflected in you. So I call this you the traveller 18. And your journey is to have him both left and right consciously. Now the value of “I will be with you” has a value of 181. The very same value of “I am that I am” equals 181.
If you were to take the 3, 4, 5 triangle of Pythagoras and 3 equals 216 then 4 is 288 and 5 is 360, the key here then is 216+72=288+72=360.
Now the tiphareth lies between gevurah and chesed and its value is 770. Perhaps some of you recall Jesus saying 7×7… but let’s see, 216+72=288×77=22176×5=11088 22176×13=288.288 or 26=576.576.
Whereas the 5 and 6 make the 7 so in the middle like 181 where the 8 is the middle.
Or let’s look at the word sepher. It is said that god used sepher to create the universe in 3 books.
So again to Adam 45 and the 8 or 45×8=360 he rides the circle and reaches 540 at 12 (signs). In pre-modern Hebrew astrology was known as hokmat ha-mazalot (חוכמת המזלות), “the science of the constellations”.
In Kabbalah the sin of the Tree of Knowledge (called Cheit Eitz HaDa’at) brought about the great task of beirurim, sifting through the mixture of good and evil in the world to extract and liberate the sparks of holiness trapped therein. Since evil no longer has independent existence it therefore depends on holiness to draw down the Divine life-force. On whose “leftovers” it then feeds and derives existence. Once evil is separated from holiness through beirurim, its source of life is cut off, causing the evil to disappear. This is accomplished through observance of the 613 commandments in the Torah, which deal primarily with physical objects wherein good and evil are mixed together. Thus, the task of beirurim rectifies the sin of the Tree and draws the Shekinah back down to earth, where the sin of the Tree had caused Her to depart.
Moshiya van den Broek