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[GR] > The Divine Tapestry of Genesis 1.1

The Logos Star - Geometric representation of the prime Number 373

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

John 1.1

The sevenfold Logos Star is the basis of the divine integration of Genesis 1.1 with John 1.1-1.5. It can be viewed as the third term in the generation of the fractal Snowflake Star or as the overlay of the 37 as Star atop the 337 as Star as shown in the figure below:

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The integration of these elements amongst themselves is impressive enough. But to see them then integrated with the intrinsic alphanumeric structure of Genesis 1 and John 1 feels like the unvieling of a thousand suns! The most obvious integration is found on the level of the simple word count: Genesis 1.1 consists of 7 words and 28 letters. This structure is registered in the Number 28 as the 7th Triangle.

We continue then with the sum of the verse - 2701 - which is the product of the Hexogon / Star pair 37/73, which also simultaneously yields the Ordinal and Standard values of the word Wisdom. Next, we see that the final two words yield the number 703, which is the product of the Hexagon / Star pair 19/37, which also simultaneously yields the the Ordinal and Standard values of the word The Heart.

Yet for all this we have but begun. The geoemtric elements that God designed to unite Genesis 1 and John 1, are themselves deeply integrated with each other. Most notably, the s shown in the figure below:

It is particularly intriguing that the Logos Star is intimately related to the 7th and 22nd Triangular Numbers, in light of the fundamental roles the Numbers 7 and 22 play in the structure of Scripture.

In the Divine Tapestry of John 1.1 the integration of the Logos Star is shown to be integrated with the alternating sums of the letters of the Logos with its numerical equivalent and God was. The miracle of God is that the alternating sums of these letters yields exactly the same mathematical form as is found in the geometric representation of the Logos in the form of the Logos Star. A similiar phenomenon is seen in the text of Genesis 1.1, where alternating sums of the words yield the a geometric representation of the number 2701, the sum of the entire verse. Here is a graphic of what is going on there:

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The "tessalated trefoil" representation of Genesis 1:1 is formed from three hexagonal Star numbers corresponding to the index 8, i.e. Star(8) = 337, and ten centered hexagons also corresponding to the index 8, i.e. Hex(8) = 169. Thus, we have a representation of the sum of Genesis 1:1 = 2701 = 3 x 337 + 10 x 169 = 3 x Star(8) + 10 x Hex(8) derived from the sum of odd/even words that fit in a "tessalated trefoil" pattern:

Genesis 1:1 as a Tessalated Trefoil. Click to view Vernon Jenkin's article.

This pattern is discussed in some detail by Vernon Jenkin's article Genesis 1:1 as a Tesselated Trefoil This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window.







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