Hebrew Alphabet Path-space Connections

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The concept of an alphabet was based on existing Egyptian hieroglyphs used as Egyptian prototypes[1] for picture-signs depicting objects as signs standing for syllables or consonants and Sumerian writing that had advanced out of the original Sumerian pictographs[2] to Cuneiform with stylized ideographs where the signs acquired a syllabic sound.[3]

The Hebrew Alphabet as originated[4] is considered to have begun around the time of Moses (BC AYN 1579-BC AYN 1460)[5] in the area of Sinai near the Red Sea called Serabit (שר-ביט) el-Xadem/Khadem (קדם); “scepter of the east ancients or pre-quantum,” with the finding of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic script during the winter of AD 1904-AD 1905 by William Flinders Petrie, and dated to BC AYN 1500.

Archeological evidence indicates that the original Hebrew script is related to the Phoenician script that was in wide use in the Middle East region at the end of the 2nd millennium BCE.

Alphabets of Egyptian proto-Sinaitic or Proto-Canaanite, Phoenician and Hebrew are consonantal alphabets that is, an abjad (אבגד) containing no symbols for vowel sounds, although some of the letters, as well as their consonantal function, also act as matres lectionis to represent vowels, which had to be deduced by the context.

These alphabets are linear that is, non-Cuneiform of the 22 acrophonic glyphs. In an acrophonic alphabet the initial (Greek: acro) sound (phonos) of a word gives the name to the whole. Acrophony gives each letter in an alphabet the name of an object whose name begins with the relevant letter, for example the first Hebrew letter aleph (א); begins with the sound for “a:” the first letter of the alphabet and the first letter of the word aleph (אלף); acrophonic object meaning: “ox[6](אלף). The second Hebrew letter beth (ב); begins with the sound for “b:” the second letter of the alphabet and the first letter of the word beth (בית); acrophonic object meaning: “house[7](בית). The original Sinaitic script served as the Temple script in Jerusalem and as the royal script of Judean kings until being replaced during the time of the second Temple.[8]

Alphabets emerged as Egyptian proto-Sinaitic or Proto-Canaanite, and progressed to Phoenician and Hebrew. Eventually this alphabet evolved in the Middle East as the Arabic Alphabet and in Europe into the Greek and Roman alphabets. According to traditional Jewish thought, the Hebrew writing system contained all the current letters at the time of Moses.

Each Hebrew letter is assigned a separate Hebrew numerical axiological value. Beginning in the time of the second Temple, numerological gematria became a tool for scholars and gnostics of Hebrew numerals.

Quantum Gematria Alphabet

Gematria (גימטריה) is numerology of the Hebrew language and Hebrew alphabet or quantum alphabet. Gematria is a variety of the Greek word geometry and the concept or system is the same as the Greek isopsephy, and the “count the number” of Revelation 13:18. Gematria is also a system of recognizing a correspondence between the 10 Sefiroth, and the 22 letters as path-interval interconnection links or letter-heads (: Shou, שוע) in the Hebrew alphabet.[9]

Universal Language

Numbers are the universal language spoken by every computer, the modern day equivalent of “they all have the same language” in Genesis 11:6.

According to Gottfried Leibniz (AD 1646 - AD 1716) he saw binary coding as the key to a universal language and credited its invention to the Chinese, seeing in the hexagrams of the I Ching the remnants of "a Binary Arithmetic (base 2 number system)...which I have rediscovered some thousands of years later." Leibniz's notes show the development of simple algorithm (step-by-step procedure for calculations) for translating between decimal notation (base 10 number system) and binary notation (base-2 number system) and for performing the basic functions of arithmetic as mechanically iterated operations on strings of zeros and ones. "In Binary Arithmetic there are only two signs (two symbols, letters or characters), 0 and 1, with which we can write all numbers," he explained.[10] That two symbols were sufficient for all communication had been established by Francis Bacon in AD 1623.[11]

Leibniz mulled over the fact that his universal characteristic was a form of the more ancient Chinese characters of the I Ching. He noted with fascination how the I Ching hexagrams correspond to the binary numbers of 0 to 111111. Thus he refined the binary number system, which is at the foundation of virtually all digital computers.

In AD 1679, Leibniz imagined a digital computer in which binary numbers were represented by spherical tokens governed by gates under mechanical control using marbles and gravity. Leibniz had invented the shift register which was at the heart of the Institute for Advanced Study IAS computer (built 1945-1951 AD retired 1958 AD) and all processors and microprocessors since using voltage gradients and pulses of electrons which took the place of gravity and marbles.[12]

Hebrew Letter-Autosomes

Autosomes

The 22 Hebrew Alphabet letters [13](אגרת) as holistic substantive constructs are the original grapheme indicators for the 22 autosomes[14] of the 23 chromosomes; organized constructions of DNA and protein that are found in cells. AGRTh (אגרת) letters with the Hebrew root-stem of GR [15](גר); “stranger, sojourner or alien” in the Sumerian language is the Hebrew root-stem of GIR [16](גיר); “celestial cabin,[17] capsule or module” of the native name of Sumerians in the Sumerian language: KI.EN.GIR [18](קי-ענ-גיר) of the Anunnaki (עננאקי). GR (גר) is also the same root-stem of GIRA [19](גירא); the "strengthened chalk," "grit" or “plaister” utilized to bond or seal a construction or in modern terms the organized coiled construction of DNA. In this understanding Hebrew letters are literally the original seed-letters [20](גירים אגרת) or in modern terms genetically encoded mechanisms or devices used for constructions in the cell. Human genome information is stored in the Vertebrate Genome Annotation (VEGA) database of the Sanger Institute,[21] an institute whose title Sangar (שנגר) is the Egyptian term for Sumerians; KI.EN.GIR.

Due to the nature of Hebrew letter autosomes being attributed to physical the body parts of chromosomes, transliterally can be considered as carnal knowledge as knowledge of the carnal.

When a Hebrew letter is used as a letter the letters are called SPRIM [22](ספרים) and when they are used as numerals they are called SePheRoTh [23](ספרות).

The Hebrew alphabet is a set of 22 letters used for writing the Hebrew language. The Hebrew word for alphabet is aleph-bet (אלף-בית), named after the first 2 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. The Hebrew alphabet is an abjad (אבגד) alphabet, named after the first 4 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, were vowels are normally not indicated.

The modern script letters have special final forms used only at the end of a word called sofit (סופית). Hebrew letters are also used as numbers.

An alphabet also serves to establish an order among letters that are used for sorting entries in lists, called collation for example: A, B, C… in the Hebrew case the following collating of 11th to 32nd paths (: Gui) or pitches [24](פיתך) is the order of 1st through 22nd Hebrew letters beginning with Aleph (א) and following through to Tav (ת).

3 Modules of 27 Hebrew Letters

As illustrated in the Yetzirah wheel the 22 Hebrew letters are divided into 3 categories or types:

HEBREW LETTERS WITH ASTROLOGICAL CORRESPONDENCES

Aleph, Ren; Human

0 Fool (בועל) or Narr (נער/נערר), 76th/81

11th/32 PI: the 1st/22 Hebrew letters of Aleph (א) the 1st/3 primary or mother (אמות) letters[28] (ספרים) symbolizing Ren (); "human."

11.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Aleph (א) has an acrophonic object meaning (the sense of sense and reference) of “ox[29](אלף), by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[30] Hieroglyph: alp.[31] The reference of Sense and reference is the actual ox [32](אך) or oxen [33](אכן) in the plural.

11.1.1 DPI: Aleph (א) in grammar (linguistics) is used as the verb’s future tense.

11.2 DPI: Aleph (א) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 1 (א) and is also used for numeral 1000.[34]

11.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Aleph (א-פת) path is The Fool, Mato or Nar symbolized numerically by 0.

11.7 DPI: Alif (ﺍ) represents the 1st/27 Mansions (宿) Jiao (, 각, [36]גג); “horn or angle,” which corresponds to nakshatra Chitra (כתרא); “bright or brilliant,” as in that which is in the morning [37](בקר).

Beth, Ri; Sun

12th/32 PI: the 2nd/22 Hebrew letters of Beth (ב) the 1st/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Ri (); "sun."

12.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Beth (ב) has an acrophonic object meaning of “house” [38] (בית), by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[39] Hieroglyph: bayt. [40]

12.1.1 DPI: Beth (ב) in grammar (linguistics) is used as a preposition most commonly in the form of in, at or of.

12.2 DPI: Beth (ב) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 2 (ב).

12.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Beth (ב-פת) path is [www.pathindexes.wikisyphers.org/index.php?title=Aleph-Ren#Image The Sun] symbolized by the Roman numeral XIX.

12.7 DPI: Ba’ or Beh (ﺏ) represents the 2nd/27 Mansions: Gang (); “neck,”[41] which corresponds to nakshatra Svati (स्वाति, 15th); “independence.”

Gimel, Yue; Moon

13th/32 PI: the 3rd/22 Hebrew letters of Gimel (ג) the 2nd/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Yue (); "moon."

13.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Gimel (ג) has an acrophonic object meaning of “camel[42](גמל), by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[30] Hieroglyph gaml; that means a “through stick.” Gimel (ג) has an alternative biblical meaning of “reward or recompense.”[43]

13.2 DPI: Gimel (ג) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 3 (ג).

13.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Gimel (ג-פת) path] is Most The High Priestess] symbolized by the Roman numeral II.

13.7 DPI: Gayn or Ghain (ﻍ) represents the 18th/27 Mansions: Bi (); “completed net” (LAN)[44] which corresponds to nakshatra Rohini (रोहिणी; 4th); “red.”

Daleth, Huo; Fire

14th/32 PI: the 4th/22 Hebrew letters of Daleth (ד) the 3rd/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Huo (); "fire."

14.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Daleth (ד) has an acrophonic object meaning of “door [45](דור),” by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[30] Hieroglyph: dalt [46](דלת); the same cognate sound and meaning in Hebrew etymologically. Door (דור: Dowr) with the Hebrew prepositional prefix Beth (ב) is BaDOR [47] (בדור); “in [the] generation” used commonly as a reference to genealogical generations of humans and their blood line.

14.2 DPI: Daleth (ד) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 4 (ד): four [48](בער).

14.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Dalath (ד-פת) path is The Tower symbolized by the Roman numeral XVI.

14.7 DPI: Dalath or Dal (ﺩ) represents the 8th/27 Mansions: Dou (); “dipper measure,” which corresponds to nakshatra Uttara Ashadha (उत्तराषाढ़ा; 21st); “latter victory.”

He, Taurus the Bull Taurus.png

15th/32 PI: the 5th/22 Hebrew letters of He (ה) the 1st/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Taurus (); the "bull."

15.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) He (ה) has an acrophonic object meaning of “window or image,” by way of the Greek letter epsilon [49](הפסילים); etymologically a Greek variation of the Hebrew; semantics meaning: “the images” or “praise” by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[50] Hieroglyph: Hillul [51](הלולים); Chinese: Le (); enjoyable or music.

15.1.1 DPI: He (ה) in grammar (linguistics) when used as a prefix is the definite article “the,” for example: the in the fifth and when used as a suffix is the feminine diminutive form of the noun.

15.2 DPI: He (ה) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 5 (ה).

15.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to He (ה-פת) path is The Emperor symbolized by the Roman numeral IV.

15.7 DPI: Ha’ or Heh (ه) represents the 25th/27 Mansions: Zhang (); “extended net (WAN)[52] or spread (פרשך; parsec),” which corresponds to nakshatra Purva Phalguni (पूर्व फाल्गुनी, 11th); “former (XianTian: ) reddish.”[53]

Vaw, Gemini the Twins Gemini.png

16th/32 PI: the 6th/22 Hebrew letters of Vaw (ו) the 2nd/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Gemini (); the "twins."

16.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Vaw (ו) has an acrophonic object meaning of “hook, nail or spike,” (שפיחה) based upon the physical shape of the grapheme.

16.1.1 DPI: Vow (ו) in grammar (linguistics) is used as the coordinating conjunction of “and” when used as a prefix, a reflexive pronoun when used as a suffix and forms the present perfect tense of verbs (midfix) in Hebrew as well as the adjective comparative (midfix) form[54] when modifying a noun. Vow (וו) as a promise in Hebrew is nadar [55](נדר).

16.2 DPI: Vow (ו) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 6 (ו).

16.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Vow (ו-פת) path is The Lovers symbolized by the Roman numeral VI.

16.7 DPI: Waw (ﻭ) represents the 26th/27 Mansions: Yi (); “wings” [56](כנפי), which corresponds to nakshatra Uttara Phalguni (उत्तर फाल्गुनी, 12th); “latter (HouTian: ) reddish.”[57]

Zayin, Cancer the CrabCancer.png

17th/32 PI: the 7th/22 Hebrew letters of Zayin (ז) the 3rd/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Cancer (); the "crab."

17.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Zayin (ז) has an acrophonic object meaning of “weapon, firebrand or manacle,” of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[58] Hieroglyph ziqq[59] and in the proto-Canaanite zayin is zen (זהן).

17.2 DPI: Zayin (ז) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 7 (ז).

17.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Zayin (ז-פת) path is The Chariot symbolized by the Roman numeral VII.

17.7 DPI: Zai or Zain () represents the 10th/27 Mansions: Hao (); “emptiness or hollow” (vacancy) which corresponds to nakshatra Dhanishta (श्रविष्ठा; 24th); “the richest.”

Heth, Leo the Lion Leo.png

18th/32 PI: the 8th/22 Hebrew letters of Heth (ח) the 4th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Leo (); the "lion."

18.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Heth (ח) has an acrophonic object meaning of “fence or court,” by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[60] Hieroglyph hatzir[61] (Hebrew: [62]חצר) with the same cognate sound and meaning in Hebrew.

Hith [63](חית); semantics meaning: “troop” is an alternative biblical usage meaning.

Heth [64](חת); semantics meaning: dread or fear, possibly of the “troops” contained within the fenced areas as well as the aboriginal Canaanite heth [65] (חת), the root of Heth’s descendents the Hittites (חתי); a “native or inhabitant of heth” (חת).

When heth is suffixed with the pronoun them; Mem sofit final (ם), heth yields (C)hatham [66](חתם); to make an “end or seal” as in the eighth component of an octave used in music.

18.2 DPI: Heth (ח) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 8 (ח).

18.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Heth (ח-פת) path is The Strength symbolized by the Roman numeral VIII.

18.7 DPI: Hath or Hah (ﺡ) represents the 6th/27 Mansions: Wei (); “tail or extremity” (flagella), which corresponds to nakshatra Mula (मूल; 19th); “root.”

Teth, Virgo the VirginVirgo.png

19th/32 PI: the 9th/22 Hebrew letters of Teth (ט) the 5th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Virgo ((); the "virgin."

19.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Teth (ט) has an acrophonic object meaning of “wheel or turn” [67](Hebrew: טת), a meaning illustrated by the roundness of the shape or form of the grapheme in Hebrew and Phoenician with the property of “to turn” the semantics meaning in Hebrew. The Phoenician letter is the same as the Egyptian hieroglyphic sign for place.[68]

19.2 DPI: Teth (ט) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria nine (ט).

19.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Teth (ט-פת) path is The Hermit symbolized by the Roman numeral IX.

19.7 DPI: Taw or Teh (ﺕ) represents the 3rd/27 Mansions: Di (); “foundation or root”,[69] which corresponds to nakshatra Vishakha (विशाखा, 16th); “fork shaped.”

Yodh, Libra the BalanceLibra.png

20th/32 PI: the 10th/22 Hebrew letters of Yodh (י) the 6th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Libra (); the "balance."

20.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Teth (ט) has an acrophonic object meaning of “hand [70](יד) or arm,” by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[71] Hieroglyph: yad.

20.2 DPI: Yodh (י) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 10 (י).

20.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Teth (ט-פת) path is Justice symbolized by the Roman numeral XI.

20.7 DPI: Ya’ or Yeh (ﺕ) represents the 27th/27 Mansion departments: Zhen (); “running board of a chariot,” corresponds to nakshatra Hasta (हस्त, 13th/27); “hand” (Yodh: יד).

Caph, Shui; Water

21st/32 PI: the 11th/22 Hebrew letters of Caph (כ) the 4th/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Shui (); "water."

21.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Caph (כ) has an acrophonic object meaning of “palm or spoon,” by way of the Egyptian proto-Sinaitic[72] Hieroglyph: drt, the Hieroglyph of a cupped hand, palm, spoon or cup (כוף), all in Hebrew the same root-stem Caph [73](כף).

21.2 DPI: Caph (כ) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 20 (כ). Caph sophit (ך) has a Gematria value of 500.

21.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Caph (כ-פת) path is The Mago symbolized by the Roman numeral I.

21.7 DPI: Ha or Khah (ﺥ) represents the 21st/27 Mansion departments: Jing (); “well” which corresponds to nakshatra Punarvasu (पुनर्वसु, 7th/27); “light returns."

Lamed, Scorpius the ScorpionScorpio.png

22nd/32 PI: the 12th/22 Hebrew letters of Lamed (ל) the 7th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Scorpio (); the "scorpion."

22.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Lamed (ל) has an acrophonic object meaning of “goad,” and by implication to “teach” [74](למד).

22.2 DPI: Lamed (ל) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 30 (ל).

22.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Lamed (ל-פת) path is La Mort symbolized by the Roman numeral XIII.

22.7 DPI: Lam () represents the 22nd/27 Mansion departments: Gui (, 귀); "ghost carriage,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Pushya (पुष्य, 8th/28); “nourishing.”

Mem, Di; Earth

23rd/32 PI: the 13th/22 Hebrew letters of Mem (מ) the 2nd/3 primary or mother (אמות) letters[28] (ספרים) symbolizing Di (); "earth."

23.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Mem (מ) has an acrophonic object meaning of “water;” [75](מים) Strong's English spelling: mayim.

23.2 DPI: Mem (מ) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 40 (מ). Mem sophit or sofit (ם) has a gematria value of 600.

23.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Mem (מ-פת) path is The Wheel symbolized by the Roman numeral X.

23.7 DPI: Meem () represents the 23rd/27 Mansion departments: Liu (, 류); "willow [76](וערבי) tree or pleasure,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Ashlesha (आश्लेषा, 9th/28); “embracer.”

Nun, Sagittarius the ArcherSagittarius.png

24th/32 PI: the 14th/22 Hebrew letters of Nun (נ) the 8th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Sagittarius (); the "archer."

24.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Nun (נ) has an acrophonic object meaning of “snake;” [77](נחש) in Egyptian, and is the same term as used in Hebrew; Strong’s English spelling: nachash.

24.2 DPI: Nun (נ) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 50 (נ). Nun sophit (ן) has a Gematria value of 700.

24.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Nun (נ-פת) path is Temperance symbolized by the Roman numeral XIV.

24.7 DPI: Nun or Noon () represents the 24th/27 Mansion departments: Xing (, 성); "star or planet” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Magha (मघा, 10th/28); “great.”

Samekh, Capricorn the GoatCapricorn.png

25th/32 PI: the 15th/22 Hebrew letters of Samekh (ס) the 9th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Capricorn (); the "goat."

25.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Samekh (ס) has an acrophonic object meaning of “establish or support,” as a vine tutor in Egyptian.

25.2 DPI: Samekh (ס) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 60 (ס).

25.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Samekh (ס-פת) path is Archangel symbolized by the Roman numeral XV.

25.7 DPI: Sin or Seen (س) represents the 11th/27 Mansion departments: Wei (, 위); "dangerous or rooftop,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Shatabhisha (शतभिषा; 25th/28); “hundred healers” (10 X 10).[78]

Ayin, Aquarius the Water Bearer Aquarius.png

XVII The Star (כוכב), 16th/81

26th/32 PI: the 16th/22 Hebrew letters of Ayin (ע) the 10th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Aquarius (); the "water bearer."

26.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Ayin (ע) has an acrophonic object meaning of “eye” or “color” via the Egyptian ayn.

26.2 DPI: Ayin (ע) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 70 (ע).

26.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Ayin (ע-פת) path is The Star symbolized by the Roman numeral XVII.

26.7 DPI: ‘Ayn or Ain () represents the 17th/27 Mansion departments: Mao (, 묘); "hairy head,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Krittika (क्रृत्तिका, 3rd/28); “cuts.”

Pe, Mu; Wood

27th/32 PI: the 17th/22 Hebrew letters of Pe (ע) the 5th/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Mu (); "wood."

27.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Pe (פ) has an acrophonic object meaning of “mouth” in Egyptian.

27.2 DPI: Pe (פ) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 80 (פ). Pe sophit (ף) has a Gematria value of 800.

27.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Pe (פ-פת) path is Last Judgement or Returning Resurrection symbolized by the Roman numeral XX.

27.7 DPI: Fa’ or Peh () represents the 19th/27 Mansion departments: Zui (, 취, זוי); "turtle beak,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Mrigashirsha (म्रृगशीर्षा, 5th/28); “deer head.”

Tzade, Pisces the FishPisces.png

XVIII The Moon (מוען), 17th/81

28th/32 PI: the 18th/22 Hebrew letters of Tzade (צ) the 11th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Pisces (); the "fish."

28.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Tzade (צ) has an acrophonic object meaning of “tide[79] bag” and by implication Tzirar [80](צרר); “provision” in Egyptian. In Chinese this is Chu (, 축) with the top character () that was originally the “string tying the bag” while the bottom character was the bag () both characters composing a “bag of feed,” hence “livestock,” also accumulation or pile-up.

28.2 DPI: Tzade (צ) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 90 (צ). Tzade sophit (ץ) has a Gematria value of 900.

28.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Tzade (צ-פת) path is the Moon symbolized by the Roman numeral XVIII.

28.7 DPI: Sad () represents the 13th/27 Mansion departments: Bi (, 벽); "partition wall” (월: ), and corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Uttara Bhadrapada (उत्तरभाद्रपदा, 27th/28); “latter happy feet.”

Qoph, Aries the RamAries.png

29th/32 PI: the 19th/22 Hebrew letters of Qoph (ק) the 12th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[25] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Aries (); the "ram."

29.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Qoph (ק) has an acrophonic object meaning of “cord [81](חבל) or line” (wound on a stick) via Qaw [82](קו) in Egyptian. Cord wound on a stick by extension came also to mean a fork.

29.2 DPI: Qoph (ק) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 100 (ק).

29.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Qoph (ק-פת) path is the Hierophant symbolized by the Roman numeral V.

29.7 DPI: Qaf () represents the 20th/27 Mansion departments: Cen (, 참); "take part in, intercede or intervene,” and corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Ardra (आर्द्रा, 6th/28); “moist.”

Resh, Jin; Metal

III Queen (קוין), 64th/81

30th/32 PI: the 20th/22 Hebrew letters of Resh (ר) the 6th/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Jin (); "metal."

30.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Resh (ר) has an acrophonic object meaning of “head” via the Egyptian Ra’is.

30.2 DPI: Resh (ר) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 200 (ר).

30.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Resh (ר-פת) path is the Hierophant symbolized by the Roman numeral III.

30.7 DPI: Ra or Reh () represents the 9th/27 Mansion departments: Nu (, 녀); "female girl,” and corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Shravana (श्रवण; 23rd/28); “hearing.”

Shin, Tian; Heaven

31st/32 PI: the 21st/22 Hebrew letters of Shin (ש) the 3rd/3 primary or mother (אמות) letters[28] (ספרים) symbolizing Tian (); "heaven."

31.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Shin (ש) has an acrophonic object meaning of “sun; "Egyptian: Sims [83](שמש).

31.2 DPI: Shin (ש) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 300 (ש).

31.4 DPI: The static image (still photo-graph) of the major arcana [35](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to Shin (פת-ש) path is The Hanged Man symbolized by the Roman numeral XII.

31.7 DPI: Shin or Sheen () represents the 12th/27 Mansions: Shi (); “room, chamber or encampment,” corresponds to nakshatra Bhadrapada (पूर्वभाद्रपदा; 26th); “former happy feet,” see Room 212 Shi-Sheen (-ﺵ).

Tou, Tu; Soil

32nd/32 PI: the 22nd/22 Hebrew letters of Tou (ת) the 7th/7 double (כפולות) letters[26] (ספרים) symbolizing Tu (); "soil."

32.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Tou (ת) or Thou (ת) has an acrophonic object meaning of “bun” via the Egyptian sound for Th.

32.2 DPI: Tou (ת) is the Hebrew numeral Gematria 400 (ת).

32.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana (כנע-אר) tarot that corresponds to Tou (ת-פת) path is The World (העולם) Theater (תגתר) symbolized by the Roman numeral XXI.

32.7 DPI: Ta’ or Theh represents the 4th/27 Mansion departments: Fang (); “building, house or room,” and corresponds to Anuradha (अनुराधा) (17th/28); “disciple of divine spark.”

References

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Footnotes

  1. Ogdoad and Ennead Musical Scale Model
  2. The Cosmic Code page 141 Figure 49
  3. The Cosmic Code page 140
  4. The Cosmic Code page 141
  5. First National Continuing Courses Arrivals
  6. Hebrew Strong’s #504
  7. Hebrew Strong’s #1005, See Numbers Game/Table2 for entire alphabet
  8. 6 Earth Chronicles: The Cosmic Code pages142-143
  9. Emanations, Mergers and Acquisitions
  10. Turing's Cathedral pp 104-105, George Dyson (2012) Pantheon Books ISBN 0-375-42277-3
  11. Turing's Cathedral pp 4, George Dyson (2012) Pantheon Books ISBN 0-375-42277-3
  12. Turing's Cathedral pp 105, George Dyson (2012) Pantheon Books ISBN 0-375-42277-3
  13. Esther 9:26
  14. “Arranged like twenty-two branches on a Tree of Life were the essences” The Lost Book of Enki page 133, Zecharia Sitchin
  15. Genesis 15:13
  16. Daniel 5:5 chalk or plaister HS #1528, also see BC AYN 4156
  17. 1st Earth Chronicles: The 12th Planet pages 168-169
  18. Chalk or plaster (plaister) HS #1528 Daniel 5:5, strangers or sojourners (הגירים) 2 Chronicles 2:16, c.f. Shut (הסגיר) HS #5462 Leviticus 13:4. All these ancient references are attributes of the ancient spacecraft; Chalk or plaster: construction materials, strangers, sojourners or aliens: occupants and shut in or closed up: hermetically sealed.
  19. Daniel 5:5 chalk or plaister HS #1528, also see BC AYN 4156
  20. 2 Chronicles 2:16
  21. Welcome Trust Sanger Institute is a non-profit, British genomics and genetics research institute, primarily funded by the Welcome Trust
  22. 1 Kings 21:8
  23. Psalms 71:14
  24. Baked (אפית) morsel (פתך) thyself Leviticus 24:5, Proverbs 28:3
  25. 25.00 25.01 25.02 25.03 25.04 25.05 25.06 25.07 25.08 25.09 25.10 25.11 25.12 Sepher Yetzirah Chapter 5 verse 1
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 26.6 26.7 Sepher Yetzirah Chapter 4 verse 1
  27. Genesis 23:9-10
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Sepher Yetzirah Chapter 3 verse 1
  29. Hebrew Strong’s #504
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 The Cosmic Code p.142
  31. Numbers Game/Table 2
  32. Adverb: “indeed,” “certainly” (emphatically) Genesis 23:13 or yet (restrictively) Genesis 27:30 Hebrew Strong’s #329, pronoun: “he; himselfGenesis 44:23, also see 21.1 DPI
  33. Adverb: “indeed,” “surely,” “certainly” (emphatically) Genesis 28:16
  34. Hebrew Strong’s #505 and #506
  35. 35.00 35.01 35.02 35.03 35.04 35.05 35.06 35.07 35.08 35.09 35.10 35.11 35.12 35.13 35.14 35.15 35.16 35.17 35.18 35.19 35.20 Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdue or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665
  36. Top Judge 9:51, Hebrew Strong's #1406
  37. Hebrew Strong’s #1242 Genesis 1:31
  38. Hebrew Strong’s #1005
  39. 6 Earth Chronicles p.142
  40. הלולים Leviticus 19:24 Hebrew Strong’s #1974
  41. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1989) page 69, Wiktionary: high, proud
  42. Genesis 31:34 Hebrew Strong’s #1581
  43. Hebrew Strong’s #1580
  44. Local Area Network, see Network Area/1/10
  45. “generation” 1 Kings 4:11, HS #1756 (דאר)
  46. Song of Song’s 18:17 Hebrew Strong’s #1817
  47. Genesis 7:1
  48. Exodus 3:2
  49. Plural: 2 Chronicles 33:19, 34:4, Singular: Judges 18:17, 20 Hebrew Strong’s #6459 (#6456)
  50. 6 Earth Chronicles p.142
  51. הלולים Leviticus 19:24 Hebrew Strong’s #1974
  52. Wide Area Network or the Internet, see Network Area/6
  53. Doppler affect going away, infrared; “invisible red”
  54. C.f. Poor (מך) and Poorer (מוך) Leviticus 27:8, Great (גדל) and Greater (גדול)
  55. Ecclesiastes 5:4 Hebrew Strong’s #5087
  56. Exodus 19:4, Hebrew Strong’s #3671
  57. Doppler affect coming toward, visible red
  58. The Cosmic Code p.142
  59. Hieroglyph Ziqq; manacle; זיקה; compass about with sparks; chain; fetter; firebrand: Hebrew Strong’s #2131 Isaiah 50:11
  60. The Cosmic Code p.142
  61. Egyptian Hieroglyph
  62. Hebrew Strong’s #2691
  63. 2 Samuel 23:13
  64. Hebrew Strong’s #2844
  65. Hebrew Strong’s #2845, Canaan's Sons and the Levant
  66. 1 Kings 21:8 Hebrew Strong’s #2856-2857
  67. Numbers 22:23 to turn: להטתה, Exodus 23:2 to wrest: להטת, Proverbs 7:21 with her: הטתו
  68. The 12th Planet page 298
  69. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1989) page 832
  70. Hebrew Strong's #3027-3028
  71. The Cosmic Code p.142
  72. The Cosmic Code p.142
  73. Hebrew Strong's #3709
  74. Hebrew Strong’s #3925
  75. Hebrew Strong’s #4325
  76. And willows (WARBI) Leviticus 23:40
  77. Hebrew Strong’s #5175
  78. See GuiDao TuXing (); 1st/5 Porches or floors WuGui HuaYi ()
  79. C.f. (מצררים); “bound up” Joshua 9:4 Reconstruction Acts/3
  80. Hebrew Strong’s #6887 Hosea 14:9
  81. Joshua 17:14
  82. 2 Kings 21:13, Isaiah 28:13, 34:11 Hebrew Strong’s #6957
  83. Hebrew Strong’s #8121

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