We refer to this geometry and its mathematic common denominator as the Signature of the Architect. The purpose of this blog is to show where this signature geometry is hidden, not only in each week’s parashah (the five books of Moshe are divided into portions) but the physics of time and space, quantum mechanics, celestial dynamics, biology and chemistry etc. Once you are familiar with this mathematic signature, you can more fully appreciate each post.
The basic geometry and its connection to the Name are explained in a series of 'essential constructs' listed to the right. This is the first in the series. If you read each one in the order listed, you will find a link to the next construct in the sequence at the bottom of the page.
The geometry and its connection to God's Name is easy to understand. However, there are additional aspects that are quite complex. The weekly posts delve into some of the more complex aspects, so if you are new to the blog, it's best to read each essential construct first.
The constructs are presented in a logical sequence, beginning with the more basic and progressing to the more complex. To determine whether the subject matter is something that would interest you, we recommend reading up to, and including, the one entitled: "The Primordial Torah" (which is the seventh in the series). The first six will take only a minute to read and the seventh perhaps ten minutes.
Having said that, please understand, this blog is not for everyone. Many of the posts take a great deal of time to digest and require serious contemplation. Some posts are written in a manner that allows them to be used for meditation. Those who want to peer a little deeper into the matrix (the inner workings of the primordial torah) will find it well worth the effort. We'll begin with simple explanations of the following:
- The sapphire cube [of creation] or combined cubic form of the luchot/tablets, also known as the foundation stone;
- The geometry of the sapphire twins (shnei luchot / two tablets of the covenant) brought down by Moshe (that result from the division of 'the cube');
- The unusual nature of sapphire; and
- The geometry of the sapphire magen david (one of five "dual" mathematic constructs found within its combined cubic form).
You will find a summary for each of these to the right, with a link to the next in the sequence at the bottom of any given page. Just keep in mind that it is important for the reader to understand this content before reading the posts themselves.
Why is any of this important? Mathematics is a pure language that transcends any given letter-based language. One plus one is always two. It doesn't matter what language a person speaks, the language of mathematics, geometry, and the ratio of one thing to another is the same. Recognition of the mathematic and geometric truth revealed in the constructs to the right, leads to certain inevitable conclusions.
If mankind is to survive, then the knowledge of God's One True Explicit Name must become known, as well as how that Name "rules" over the universe. We invite you to test this assertion by reading each construct in proper order.
The first essential construct is: Hashem Hameforash