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    Honeycomb conjecture

    https://israelfact.blogspot.com/2012...nWD1b9UQqB0Sek

    Shavuot celebrates the day the nation of Israel received its Torah (The Bible) and is associated with blossoming trees, flowers, milk and honey. Honey is the only kosher bi-product to come from a non-kosher producer, so what paradox were Israel?s greatest scholars and mystical thinkers trying to convey as to uniquely regard it in Jewish law?

    In a recent documentary on 'shapes in nature' mathematician Marcus DuSautoy discussed honeycombs hexagon shape, which he declared to be nature's most efficient because of the number of sides a hexagon can share with a neighbor.The beehive's symmetrical compartments differ from anything else in nature where order is usually affected by disorder or entropy resulting in the rugged irregular appearance of natural objects. For example the disorder in nature can be seen in trees and their branches, or mountains, or even snowflakes where one in a million approaches perfect symmetry, but almost all never quite make it.

    The interest in symmetry and its relationship to the natural world has a long history. The Ancient Greeks became obsessed to discover nature's underlying building blocks and Plato identified five perfect symmetrical shapes well before modern science could see molecular structures. Several thousand years earlier the great mystics had already reached their conclusions about nature and symmetry. The most sophisticated and earliest living document used by the Greeks in their quest for insight into nature was Hebrews uniquely alphanumeric Torah - The Bible. Here's a glimpse of their discovery in the numerical values derived from the value of its 22 letters in the first 7 words of its opening verse (read from right to left);

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    The hexagram of 73 'stars' above contains the inner hexagon of 37
    - 18 (purple) stars representing 666 and 19 (tan) stars representing 703 - the whole number midpoints of the 36th and 37th triangles.

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    The words in the opening line of Torah exhibit symmetry that is not visible in nature where disorder prevails. So, why reflect perfect order in the opening verse in which the natural world is created, a seeming contradiction to natural disorder? This paradox fascinated Greek thinkers who through their observations of the material world revealed mathematic and scientific distortions that would undermine the logic of Torah?s unified spiritual proposition.

    Whilst the Greeks were leading the world to adopt a more material philosophy to explain logical reasons for the Honey Bee's hexagonal hive, Israelites were focused on emphasizing their spiritual origins. Ancient Jewish spirituality drove the materialistic Greek intelligentsia crazy. They could not comprehend why Jews would follow a text promoting belief in and homage to a monotheistic God no-one could see, touch or render. Eventually the maddened Greeks capitalized on Jewish disunity conquering and defiling Israel?s holy temple in Jerusalem where their God might dwell.

    In the natural world, the Torah represents God by His female attributes referred to as the Queen and the Jewish assembly is strongest when She is in their presence. This spiritual logic is reflected in the actions of worker bees that perfect natural disorder by subjecting themselves to serve the greater purpose of their queen. Indeed , this is the archetypal model for their successful existence. And so it is true with the Jewish people, for the more Jews subjugate to this principle of spiritual unity and symmetry, the more unified their nation becomes and when they embrace this psychological disposition, the nations of the world, the plants and the trees, reap benefits.

    The uniquely Jewish paradox that kosher honey emerges from non-kosher bees can now be understood. In nature, where disorder is the trending characteristic, order is achieved through reverence. In the unifying principle of monotheistic deference, which Torah proposes in its opening words, disorder is ordered. The bee is a worker devoted to lifelong service of its queen and the Jew pursues the same dedication to the unending presence of Queen with King that constitutes the God of Israel. Therefore, the bee represents the model 'state of being', an impure vessel producing that which is pure. The vessel never becomes kosher, however through the bees unquestioning commitment and service, pure honey - the product of the bees effort is awarded its unique recognition in the Jewish laws of Torah.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeycomb_conjecture
    The honeycomb conjecture states that a regular hexagonal grid or honeycomb is the best way to divide a surface into regions of equal area with the least total perimeter. The conjecture was proven in 1999 by mathematician Thomas C. Hales.

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    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/...nalCode=rjeq20




    the six spatial directions constritute a cube, cube of Metatron 6 x 6 x 6 = 216, outline of triangle 73, numerical value of "d'vir" -- oraculum, to which the word for "(honey)bee" = "d'vorah" is related.


    so might see the holy of holies as "bee hive" = "kavveret d'vorim"

    like freemasons did:

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    (new) Vernon Jenkins on the matter:

    https://www.academia.edu/39323251/Th...ork_card=title



    Summary
    It is appropriate that we remember
    that the one legitimate method of converting Hebrew words to numbers was introduced a millennium or so after the words of Torah (the Bible?s first 5 Books) were dictated to Moses. That fact alone qualifies Genesis 1:1 as a supernatural example of Intelligent Design.

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    https://www.academia.edu/39323251/Th...ork_card=title

    Logos or Word
    The same numerical geometries 19 and 37, may be used to construct a tessellated representation of 'Logos' or 'Word' (which occurs three times in John 1:1

    The number associated with WORD is 373 = (6 x 19) + (7 x 37), i.e. 6 hexagons plus 7 hexagrams
    same figure with 733 = (6 x 37) + ( 7 x 73)

    gematria of "labbat-esh" in Exodus 3:2,

    An angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire -



    Now I was thinking about this since in our local synagoge there is this text above the chest with Torah-scrolls:

    Psalms 29:9,
    וּבְהֵֽיכָל֑וֹ כֻּ֜לּ֗וֹ אֹ֘מֵ֥ר כָּבֽוֹד, "uv'heichalo kullo omer kavod"

    and in his temple everyone is saying "kavod"

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    now 'kavod"= 32
    "kavod hashem" = 58

    (58 being also gematria of "chen" = favor and also "final midpoint"of "b'reishit" : 913 - 457 - 229 -115 - 58 )


    Exodus 24:16
    And the glory of the Lord ("kavod hashem") dwelled upon Mount Sinai
    v.17,
    And the appearance of the glory of the Lord was like a consuming fire atop the mountain

    I thought it must be the same fire that didn't consume the burning bush

    Fire that was destined by the numerical geometries of 37 and 73


    Moses arrived there "achar hamidbar" (Exodus 3:1)

    Exodus 3:1, Moses was pasturing the flocks of Jethro, his father in law, the chief of Midian, and he led the flocks after the free pastureland, and he came to the mountain of God, to Horeb.

    ------ after the free pasureland = אַחַ֣ר הַמִּדְבָּ֔ר "achar hamidbar" -- "midbar" = desert; pastureland; speech --- he led them beyond speech -- Rashi: to distance himself from [the possibility of] theft, so that they [the flocks] would not pasture in others' fields. = he came to things that weren't mentioned never before -- for which there was no source


    It was said that 373 and 733 were "snowflake-numbers"

    But they might alos be cslled "beehive-numbers"

    The beehive being the holy of holies, called "d'vir"
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    On the wall right and left of the ark of the law, two mosaics representing Davidstars with the hands of the priestly blessing with above it written (left) : אֹ֣רֶךְ יָ֖מִים בִּֽימִינָ֑הּ, "orech yamim biminah" (length of days in its right hand) and (right) : בִּ֜שְׂמֹאולָ֗הּ ע֣שֶׁר וְכָבֽוֹד, "bismolah osher v'kavod" (in its left hand riches and honor), which is after Proverbs 3:16, about the man who found wisdom , אָ֖דָם מָצָ֣א חָכְמָ֑ה (v. 13)

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    like it has been made up by someone knowing about the 2701-gematria of Genesis 1:1



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priestly_Blessing

    The Kohen raises his hands, with the palms facing downward and the thumbs of his outspread hands touching. The four fingers on each hand are customarily split into two sets of two fingers each (thus forming the letter Shin (שׁ), an emblem for Shaddai, "Almighty [God]"), or sometimes they are arranged to form an overlapping lattice of 'windows.' This Jewish ceremony is sometimes called Nesiat Kapayim, the "lifting of the hands." The Jewish tradition states the Divine Presence would shine through the fingers of the priests as they blessed the people, and no one was allowed to look at this out of respect for God

    (hey, Mosaic in the synagogue of Enschede -- worldfamous!)
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    split into two sets of two fingers each (thus forming the letter Shin (שׁ),
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    two letters "shin" form "shesh" = six.


    The synagoge is formed around/from the letter "hey" in the top of the building

    So it's all about "yom hashishi" -- I am influenced from there

    https://www.grootstemuseum.nl/nl/all...jden/synagoge/

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    The letter "hey" is also above the ark of the law (= holy of holies)


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    "hey hu haelohim" , has its place at the end of Yom Kippur

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    letter "hey" in the top we knew from Noach's ark

    Genesis 6:16,

    You shall make a skylight for the ark, and to a cubit you shall finish it to the top

    skylight "tzohar" --צֹ֣הַר, i.e. "tzar" = narrow , with letter "hey"in the middle.

    I bet Matthew 7:13 is after that: Enter by the narrow gate



    and to a cubit you shall finish it to the top:
    Rashi:
    Its covering slanted upwards until it narrowed at the top to one cubit (Gen. Rabbah 31:11), so that the rain should run down (the following does not appear in certain editions) (from both sides) (Sanh. 108b, Maharsha).
    i.e. the roof of the ark was a dome, just like the dome of the synagoge in Enschede.

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    But of course it is also Abraham's "hey"

    Rashi on Genesis 15:5,


    And He took him outside: According to its simple meaning: He took him out of his tent, outdoors, to see the stars. But according to its midrashic interpretation, He said to him,"Go out of your astrology," for you have seen in the signs of the zodiac that you are not destined to have a son. Indeed, Abram will have no son, but Abraham will have a son. Similarly, Sarai will not give birth, but Sarah will give birth. I will give you another name, and your destiny will change (Ned. 32a, Gen. Rabbah 44:10). Another explanation: He took him out of the terrestrial sphere and lifted him above the stars. This explains the expression of הַבָּטָה, looking down from above (Gen. Rabbah 44:12).

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    "tzohar" , the roofwindow in Noach's ark, is about the light of the pressed olive, since "tzohar" is derived from "tzahar"/ "hitzhir" = to press olives

    https://biblehub.com/hebrew/6671.htm


    https://twitter.com/search?q=press%2...rc=typed_query


    to press = Greek θλίβω

    from which θλῖψις -- a word that in it's KJV-translation shivers American Christianity


    Also the menorah burns on pressed olives.

    "there is a crack in everything through which the light comes in"

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