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NumberX
04-25-2010, 12:24 AM
Where is the Lord our God in everyday mathematics? (You don't have to be a believer to understand it). The name Lord in the Hebew alphabet is written as YHVH (yod, heh, wav, heh) and that is like 10-5-6-5 too. The signs are numbers too, they are not seperated from each other. This is wellknown. And the Lord our God is One.

Exponentiation:
When we start exponentiation these numbers, the outcome of

1x1x1x1 etc. stays 1, keeps 1 within the outcome
10x10x10x10 etc. keeps the 10 at the beginning, keeps a 10 within the outcome
5x5x5x5 etc. keeps the 5 at the end, keeps a 5 within the outcome
6x6x6x6 etc. keeps the 6 at the end, keeps a 6 within the outcome.

These are the only numbers from 1 to 10 (and the zero is included in the 10 as well as you can see), the only numbers in the building stones of mathematics who have this quality. It is unique.

Language:
In the Hebrew language a 10 (yod) at the beginning of a word means the word is.. (I forgot)
In the Hebrew language a 5 (heh) at the end of a word means the word is feminine
In the Hebrew language a 6 (wav) at the end of a word means the word is male.
In the Hebrew language a 5 (heh) at the end of a word means the word is feminine.

Creation:
In The Name, connected with the language, we see that male is surrounded by feminine. In the material world which concerns us all we see male and female seperated. But in this way male is surrounded by feminine in the material world: One's inner is surrounded by one's material* appearance, whether you are a male or female in appearance.

* mother, mater, matter, material = feminine


Maybe you like to correct a fact and/or expand the subject? Maybe a teacher likes to start teaching it at school? :)

Richard Amiel McGough
04-25-2010, 09:12 AM
Language:
In the Hebrew language a 10 (yod) at the beginning of a word means the word is.. (I forgot)
In the Hebrew language a 5 (heh) at the end of a word means the word is feminine
In the Hebrew language a 6 (wav) at the end of a word means the word is male.
In the Hebrew language a 5 (heh) at the end of a word means the word is feminine.

The function of those letters in Hebrew grammar gives a lot of insight into their symbolic meaning. I use this approach in my book. A very good example is the difference between Yod and Kaph (see here (http://biblewheel.com/Wheel/Spokes/Yod_vs_Kaph.asp)).

Yod at the beginning indicates "he will" or "he is" doing something. It indicates "action."
Yod at the end indicates first person possessive (mine)

Vav at the beginning is the conjunctive (and, but, so, etc). This coheres with its name meaning "nail" (i.e. a connector (http://biblewheel.com/Wheel/Spokes/Vav_Link.asp)).

Hey at the beginning is the definite article (the) - it relates to the idea of "behold" (see here (http://biblewheel.com/Wheel/Spokes/Hey.asp)).

Richard Amiel McGough
04-25-2010, 09:26 AM
Where is the Lord our God in everyday mathematics? (You don't have to be a believer to understand it). The name Lord in the Hebew alphabet is written as YHVH (yod, heh, wav, heh) and that is like 10-5-6-5 too. The signs are numbers too, they are not seperated from each other. This is wellknown. And the Lord our God is One.

Exponentiation:
When we start exponentiation these numbers, the outcome of

1x1x1x1 etc. stays 1, keeps 1 within the outcome
10x10x10x10 etc. keeps the 10 at the beginning, keeps a 10 within the outcome
5x5x5x5 etc. keeps the 5 at the end, keeps a 5 within the outcome
6x6x6x6 etc. keeps the 6 at the end, keeps a 6 within the outcome.

These are the only numbers from 1 to 10 (and the zero is included in the 10 as well as you can see), the only numbers in the building stones of mathematics who have this quality. It is unique.


Speaking of mathematics, have you noticed the the Tetragrammaton is like a statement of a simple mathematical fact?

10 (Yod) is 5 (Hey) and (Vav) 5 (Hey)

or

10 is 5 and 5

There is a large body of Rabbinic literature analyzing the meaning of YHVH.

Richard

NumberX
05-02-2010, 12:01 PM
Speaking of mathematics, have you noticed the the Tetragrammaton is like a statement of a simple mathematical fact?

10 (Yod) is 5 (Hey) and (Vav) 5 (Hey)

or

10 is 5 and 5

There is a large body of Rabbinic literature analyzing the meaning of YHVH.

Richard

Yes Richard, about this I know too. There is indeed a lot more to tell about the Tetragrammaton from this source.
Did you know it covers the whole Torah too? From Adam to Moses goes the line and Moses is the 26th. The line is also divided in 10 (Noah is the 10th) and then 5 and 6 and 5, divided by toldoth.

Richard Amiel McGough
05-03-2010, 08:46 AM
Yes Richard, about this I know too. There is indeed a lot more to tell about the Tetragrammaton from this source.
Did you know it covers the whole Torah too? From Adam to Moses goes the line and Moses is the 26th. The line is also divided in 10 (Noah is the 10th) and then 5 and 6 and 5, divided by toldoth.
Fascinating insight. Where did you learn it?

NumberX
05-03-2010, 01:56 PM
Fascinating insight. Where did you learn it?

By the way it had to be 'ele toldoth'. There are four of them and no more. And there are six 'we ele toldoth' in the background of the four. Just like 4 has 6 in the background as 1+2+3. And like the 6 days of creation have the 4 times 'And God said' as base in the first 3 days (1+2+3a+b) (the latter 3 days are an effect of the first 3, a working-out).

Where did I learn it?
Click here (http://www.hebreeuwseacademie.nl/index.php?location=bas) on "4 Het wonder van de naam" but maybe Google translate does a good job (http://translate.google.nl/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&layout=1&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hebreeuwseacademie.nl%2Findex.p hp%3Flocation%3Dbas%26pid%3D1.4&sl=nl&tl=en) for English speaking people (although there might be mistakes in the translation!), because it is published in Dutch. And/or scroll to the names. These numbers 1 to 8 are parts of book nr. 100 of this (http://www.hebreeuwseacademie.nl/index.php?location=boeken) book list, I have book nr. 100 and others, also courses. Books number 201-203 are English translations and it might be part of nr. 201.
We are well-educated (too) over here and I am happy this professor had pleasure in writing and publishing so much from ancient sources.

NumberX
06-11-2010, 03:13 AM
The happy numbers
When you look at your hand you see the 1:4 ratio in one thumb against four fingers. We can do things with our hands that make us happy. In a recreational form of mathematics there are the so-called happy numbers. Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the wonderland of the happy numbers (http://www.inner.org/torah_and_science/mathematics/happy-numbers.php)

Richard Amiel McGough
06-11-2010, 11:09 AM
The happy numbers
When you look at your hand you see the 1:4 ratio in one thumb against four fingers. We can do things with our hands that make us happy. In a recreational form of mathematics there are the so-called happy numbers. Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the wonderland of the happy numbers (http://www.inner.org/torah_and_science/mathematics/happy-numbers.php)
Thanks for that great link. It has a lot of excellent insights.

The analysis of Echad = 1 + 8 + 4 = 13 ==> 1 + 3 = 4 is very good.

And it links back strongly to Jungian psychology and the unity expressed by the quaternity.

NumberX
06-11-2010, 11:57 AM
My preference goes to the awesome 1:4 connection.

'In the absence of any other proof, the thumb alone would convince me of God's existence.'

Sir Isaac Newton

:thumb:

Richard Amiel McGough
06-11-2010, 07:10 PM
My preference goes to the awesome 1:4 connection.

'In the absence of any other proof, the thumb alone would convince me of God's existence.'

Sir Isaac Newton

:thumb:
I guess you could say it is as obvious as the back of your hand! :winking0071:

Ed J
06-27-2010, 01:58 AM
I guess you could say it is as obvious as the back of your hand! :winking0071:

Hi Richard,

Perhaps this is the wrong thread for my question, I don't know.
Could you (by using your Bible program) tell us how many "WORDS"
the book of Revelation contains? Someone told me a certain total, but
I seek verification; a click of the mouse should see the mathematical count.



God bless



Ed J



http://www.holycitybiblecode.org

Richard Amiel McGough
06-27-2010, 09:50 AM
Hi Richard,

Perhaps this is the wrong thread for my question, I don't know.
Could you (by using your Bible program) tell us how many "WORDS"
the book of Revelation contains? Someone told me a certain total, but
I seek verification; a click of the mouse should see the mathematical count.



God bless



Ed J



http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


Are you asking about the English text or the Greek text of Revelation?

Off the top of my head, I know that it has 404 verses.

Ed J
06-27-2010, 11:00 PM
Are you asking about the English text or the Greek text of Revelation?




Off the top of my head, I know that it has 404 verses.

Hi Richard,

They were definitely referring to the "Word" total, I assume they meant the AKJV Bible
as it was translated word for word. But they could of meant the Greek because of the added words?



God bless



Ed J



http://www.holycitybiblecode.org