And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.
And the evening and the morning were the sixth day. Thus the
heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.
Genesis 1.31
God's great work of Creation is founded upon
the Number Six and its associated symbolic
meanings and geometric structures. This manifests in many ways on multiple
independent, yet integrated, levels. It begins with the plain text of Scripture which states
that God created the Cosmos in Six Days. This then
became the basis of the Fourth Commandment (Exodus 20.9f):
Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: But the seventh day
is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son,
nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that
is within thy gates: For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth,
the sea, and all
that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it.
Given its centrality in both Creation and the Ten Commandments,
the relation between the Number Six and Work 
of both Man and God  is without doubt one of the most well established numerical teachings of
Scripture.
The Biblical integration of the God's Work,
the Number Six, and
the Creation of the Cosmos manifests in
this pair of fundamental identities:
World
Cosmos 

= 600 = 
Six
Shaysh 

These identities reiterate the fundamental "sixness" of the Cosmos exhibited in the
six directions that characterize threedimensional space:
This image follows the pattern of the Chi Rho,
the Monogram of Christ, the Creator, so it would appear that the Lord God
Almighty has stamped His Creation with His
Initials or designed His Name upon the same template as His Creation. Either way, it glorifies
the Lord and gives new meaning to Psalm 19.1:
The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament
sheweth his handywork.
The divinely ordained relation between the Number Six and Creation
forms the context needed to
properly understand the miracle that is
the text of Genesis 1.1, the Creation Holograph.
I begin with the Hebrew text consisting of
7 words and 28 letters:
At the center of these seven words we see the AlephTav  the Sign and Seal of the Lord God Almighty  upon
which His entire Word is built. The number of letters  28  relates to the number of
words  7  by being the seventh
Triangular Number:
28 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 = Sum(7)
The n^{th} Triangular Number is represented by Sum(n) because
it is a general property of Triangular Numbers that they are equal to the sum of all numbers from 1 to n.
The sum of the entire verse is also a Triangular Number  specifically, the 73^{rd}:
Sum of Genesis 1.1 = 2701 = 37 x 73 = Sum(73)
The Numbers 37 and 73 are a palindromic pair of geometrically related primes.
In general, the n^{th} Centered Hexagonal Number
is the core of the n^{th}
Star Number. Here are the first few in the series:
This means that the integration of the Work of Creation with the Number Six extends all the way down
to the numeric values of the letters of the text. I am greatly indebted to Vernon Jenkins'
profound research and exposition of the relation between
these geometric numbers, the text of Genesis 1.1, and the Name of the
Creator. A good place to start is his article called
Judging By Appearances.
I recomend reading all his work.
The Numbers 37asHexagam and 73asStar result
from the selfintersection of the Tenth Triangular Number, the Number 55:
The Number 55 is the value of (HaKol, Everything). It is the Tenth Triangular Number, Sum(10).
It plays a central role in the
Foundation of Creation and the
HoloDec which divides into
two halves that are both multiples of 55 = Sum(10), hence the sum of the Whole is also a multiple
of 55. In other words, the Ten Commandments are built on the Tenth Triangle, which also is
deeply integrated with the Creation Holograph!
The Numbers 37 and 73 are an extremely significant pair of primes.
The essential significance (singular!) of these two prime numbers is found in this pair of identities
generated by one word:
Wisdom
Hokmah 

37 = 8 + 11 + 13 + 5 (Ordinal Value) 

73 = 8 + 20 + 40 + 5 (Standard Value) 
These identities reveal the supernatural integration of the two fundamental Gematriot:
the Ordinal Value, calculated using the place value of the letters, and
the Standard Value, calculated using the Base Ten numerical weights
in use since ancient times, as listed in Alphabet Table.
Vernon Jenkins also notes this pair of identities in his article
A Numerical View
of Beginnings, where he discusses its relation to the Wisdom presented in association
with the numerical analysis of words (Revelation 13.18)
The direct association of Wisdom with both prime factors of Genesis 1.1 amplifies the
the teaching of Jeremiah 10.12:
He hath made the earth by his power, he hath established the world by his
wisdom, and hath stretched out the heavens by his discretion.
The author of the Zohar also recognized a deep relation between the Number Six, the Six
Directions of the Cosmos, and the idea of Widsom (Vol. I:3b):
BERASHITH (In the beginning). Said Rabbi Yudai: 'What is the mening of Bershith? It means
"with Wisdom", the Wisdom on which the world is based, and through this it introduces us to deep and
recondite mysteries. In it, too, is the inscription of the six chief supernal
directions. ... This is implied in the word berashith which can be analysed into barashith
[He created six].
The relation between these figurate numbers and the Number Six, which Scripture explicitely relates to
the Work of Creation and the Cosmos, is, of course, absolutely impossible to miss. This is none other
than the Work of God! Both factors of the Creation Holograph are prime hexagonal Star Numbers that relate directly to the
Hebrew word for Wisdom by which  according to the text of Jeremiah and ancient Hebraic Tradition  is the
Wisdom by which God created the Sixfold Cosmos! Endless glory! Divine perfection! Yet we have just begun.
