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Path-index 22: Lamed-Scorpius of the Hebrew Alphabet Path-Interval Interconnections

Lamed-Path in Theme

Lamed, Scorpius; Scorpion

22nd/32 PI: the 12th/22 Hebrew letters of Lamed (ל) the 7th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[1] (ספרים) symbolizing the constellation (מזלות) of Scorpio (Scorpio.png); the "scorpion."


22.1 DPI: (Decimal Path Index) Lamed (ל) has an acrophonic object meaning of “goad,” and by implication to “teach” [2](למד).

Chromosome 11
11 Lamed (ל)

22.1.1 DPI: Lamed (ל) in grammar (linguistics) is used as the “infinitive verb” e.g. to teach, the semantics significant meaning of Lamed.


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

Autosome; Chromosome 11

22.2.1 DPI: Lamed (ל) is the twelfth [3](השנים-עשר) letter autosome; chromosome 11 with 134,452,384[4] nucleobase pairs (bp) and about 2364 genes.


22.3 DPI: In the original Canaanite-Phoenician Sinaitic Hebrew script the grapheme Lamed (ל) is represented by the grapheme lamd: Lamd.png.

22.3.1 DPI: In the modern English alphabet Lamed (ל) is represented by the grapheme letter “L."


22.4 DPI: The static image of the major arcana [5](אר-כנע) tarot that corresponds to Lamed (ל-פת) path is La Mort, Death or Transformation () symbolized by the Roman numeral XIII.


22.5 DPI: Lamed (ל-פת) path-interval temporally covers the time during the electroweak epoch of 10-22 seconds after the bang.


22.5.1 DPI: Lamed (ל-פת) path obtains the color coding of black by virtue of the relationship Lamed has in common with the zodiac constellation of Scorpio."


22.5.2 DPI: Lamed (ל-פת) path is attributed a Euclidean vector in the Hebrew letter coordinate system, a geometric entity endowed with both length, such as autosomes and direction. In physics euclidean vectors are used to represent physical quantities which have both magnitude and direction, such as the weak force.


22.6 DPI: Lamed (ל-פת) in the abgadiyyah (אבגדיה) Arabic (ערביה) alphabet is Lam ().

Room 522 GuiXiu Mansion Department

22.7 DPI: The Hebrew letter character Lamed (ל) has correspondence with and through the latter Arabic letter coordinate system derivative Lam () is symbolic of two types of celestial caliphate mansions; the fixed millennial and the mobile daily.

Fixed Millennial Celestial Caliphate Mansion Department

22.7.1 DPI: 1st/2 types of mansions is the fixed millennial celestial caliphate [6](כאליפתה) mansion departments utilizing the precession cycle of the Great year of 25,920 years.

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


Mobile Daily Celestial Caliphate Mansion

22.7.2 DPI: 2nd/2 types of mansions is the mobile daily celestial caliphate (כאליפתה) mansion within the lunar sidereal month of any astrological age, synchronized to the spring vernal equinox of the equatorial coordinate system in the Northern hemisphere. 22nd/27 Mansion departments: Gui (, 귀); "ghost carriage,” corresponds to nakshatra (נחש-טרא) Pushya (पुष्य, 8th/28); “nourishing,” when the moon is in the astronomical region of the sky of γ, δ and θ Cancri.


22.7.3 DPI: 7th/12 simple or elemental (פשוטות) letters[1] (ספרים) of Lamed (ל) is substantive inter alia, of the 12th/27 moons of Uranus called Puck, named after the court jester to Oberon, Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow, a clever, mischievous elf or sprite shrewd and knavish who travels around the globe at night with the fairies who appears in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 Sepher Yetzirah Chapter 5 verse 1
  2. Hebrew Strong’s #3925
  3. 1 Chronicles 25:18 Hebrew Strong’s #6240
  4. Based on the Sanger Institute's human genome information in the Vertebrate Genome Annotation (VEGA) database, Nov 11, 2008, see
  5. Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdue or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665
  6. 2 Peter 3:8, Psalm 90:4

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