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willie333
06-11-2008, 03:47 PM
http://www.biblewheel.com/WHeel/Spokes/Mayim.asp

I ran across this website researching splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen for of course powering cars with. I googled the hebrew word mayim and the word "number" and this was one of the websites I found. The reason was to discover if God's Word had a clue (like Einstein used in discovering E=MC2 derived from the word for light in the hebrew) as to the best frequency for splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen. A man in Florida by the name of John Kanzius discovered that at a frequency of 13.46 mhz he could cause saltwater to ignite. And guess what at spoke 13 (mem being the 13th letter) you have the significant 40 (days for the flood) and 600 (the age of Noah). So all the players are there 13.46, how awesome is that?

Victor
06-12-2008, 06:56 AM
Hello Willie!

:welcome:

It is fun that the ordinal (http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_Intro.asp#std) value (13) of Mem, the qatan (http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_Intro.asp#Red) value (4) and the qatan of the sofit (http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_Intro.asp#ord) value of the final Mem (6) all appear on the digital structure of this frequency value.

This tidbit reminded me about something interesting about the structure of the Bible when displayed in circular form. 13 and 46 reside on the same diameter of the Bible Wheel.

http://www.biblewheel.com/Wheel/Spokes/Spoke13_500.gif

Try to find them: the books along the diameter are Exodus, Jeremiah, 1 Corinthians (Book 46), Philemon, Habakkuk and 1 Chronicles (Book 13).

This diameter comprises Spokes 2 and 13 of the Bible Wheel. Your observation about "splitting water" reminded me about the great theme of Division of Waters that is conceptually related to the Number 2. Therefore, the primeval waters are divided in Day 2 of the Creation. Likewise, waters are once again divided in Book 2, Exodus, on Spoke 2 of the Bible Wheel. So it is cool to see the themes of Division (2) and Waters (13) on the same Diameter of the Wheel. And obviously a diameter divides a circle in two halves...

Here's another one. Watch this: the Letter Mem is written with three letters: Mem - Yod - Mem. Mem (or Mayim, like the sages say). Note that there are two consonants and one vowel-like letter. M-E-M. This is the same structure of the molecule of water: two atoms of hydrogen (two equivalent consonants) and one atom of oxygen (one vowel) connected in the same way: H-O-H. So the Hebrew word for Water displays the same structure of Water itself! This isomorphism is astounding.

Do you have any info about the Hebrew word for Light influencing Einstein on his E=mc2 insight?

Victor