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Updated: Apr 28

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__More on the 7 vs 7 Triplets vs 7 Words__

There are obviously infinitely more connections to be found between the **42**-Letter Name and the Torah’s first verse, but we want to extend one more from where we left off in the previous article (Part VIII). In further analysis, besides the **3701 – 2701** = **1000** or *Alef*(**א**) relationship between the intertwined **42**-Letter Name and the first verse of the Torah, we have also been given two balancing equations between the **7** words of the first verse and the two **7** Triplet halves of the **42**-Letter Name, as illustrated below:

The left side of the 42-Letter Name versus the right side. Or the **7** left-hand side Triplets compared with the **7** right-hand ones. How do they interrelate with each other and with and with the specific combinations of the **7** words of the Torah’s first verse?

Right off the bat, we see that the sum of the left-hand side, **2498**, is exactly equal to the **1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th** and **7th** words combined. That is all but the 2nd word (**ברא**) of numerical value **203**. This 2nd word (**ברא**) of numerical value **203,** though, is clearly reflected on the **7** Triplets of right-hand side of the Name, which total 1**203**. The difference being exactly **1000**, as in the **1000**-unit difference between the Torah’s first verse and the **42**-Letter Name. Thus, a proportion of (**1 + 6)** = **7** words is established, as in the **6** bundled dimensions *(sefirot*) of *Zeir Anpin* and **1** reflective illusory dimension called *Malchut* built into the Tree-of-Life design of the universe.

Both the derived proportion and its link to the design of the **10** *sefirot* are analogous to the **6** and **1** days of Creation from Chapters **1** and the first **3** verses of chapter **2** of the Torah. This itself is analogous to the **42**-Letter Name derived from the **1s**t verse of the Torah of **28** letters and the **3** words of the **2nd** verse of **14** additional letters. Fitting since we are discussing the number **1203**: **1st, 2nd**, and **3** (verse/words).

Meanwhile, the right-hand side of the **42**-Letter Name for its part totals **1203**, which also works out to exactly the combination of the 4th, 5th, and 6th words of the Torah (**1203**).

This split left-hand side versus the right-hand side of the **42**-Letter Name, or **2498** versus **1203**, also yields yet another comparative combination when the elevating number **1000** is subtracted. Since the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 7th words of the Torah equal **1498** or (**2498 – 1000**) we see the interplay of the number **1000**, representing *Binah*, on both sides of the **42**-Letter Name and how it integrates with the Torah’s first verse.

Without the addition of the number **1000**, the ratio between the **7** Triplets of the left-hand side and the **7** triplets of the right-hand side would be **1498** vs **203** or (**7** x **203**) + **77**. As we will see later, this design feature of the **7**-row matrix called the **42**-Letter Name of G-d and number **7** has a distinct purpose, especially as concerns the word “to create.” Meanwhile, the comparison is between the left side and the right side or **2498** vs **1203** and **2498** represents the sum of the **3rd** highest value combination of the 7 words and **1203** represents the **74t**h highest combination. Together **(3 + 74**) equal the **77** value in the **1498**/**203** = ((**7** x **203**) + **77**) equation above.

Expanding this train of thought **103** is **1000**, reflective of *Binah*, and **3 x 10** = **30**, the numerical value of the Hebrew letter *Lamed* (**ל**), also reflective of *Binah*, and the **3** spelled out letters of the letter *Lamed* (**למד**) = **74**. Moreover, the two well-known enlarged letters that connect to *Binah* and delineate and define the first verse of the Shema are *Ayin* (**ע**) and *Dalet* (**ד**) of numerical value **74**. More about how the **1000**-letter Shema and 42-Letter Name integrated later.

The left-hand side of the **42**-Letter Name represent as a proportion, **.92%** of the Torah’s first verse, which also means that 6 of the 7 words represent **92%** of the Torah’s first verse, possible reflective of the **92** natural elements of the physicality, which we will get into later. Obviously, it is not **92** exactly as illustrated above; it is **92.48426%** or **.9248426** of the total. Let us set aside for a moment that the proportionate split between the left-hand side of the **42**-Letter Name versus its right-hand side in terms of the value of the Torah’s first verse (**.9248426**) yields the number **924** that we saw when the *alef-bet* was split into the Phi(**ϕ**) proportion. The resultant number **.9248426** also includes in sequence the key Torah numbers **248, 42**, as in the Torah’s **248** columns and **42** rows, and the Tetragrammaton (**26**). This would be a nice comparative suggestion that both the Torah and the **42**-Letter Name should be viewed as matrices or arrays divided into columns and rows and that they both somehow relate to the Tetragrammaton (**26**) but that is pure conjecture.

We can also compare the two sides (columns) of the **42**-Letter Name with its whole value (**3701**). When we sum both resultant proportions of the two comparisons, we get an oddly even result. The sum of the percentage splits between the two sides in comparison with both the Torah’s first verse (**2701**) and with the value of the entire **42**-Letter Name (**3701**) is a round ratio of **1.600** vs **.400**. In other words, (**.9248426 + .6749527**) = **1.600** and (**.0751573 + .3250472**) = **.400**.

This resultant proportion (**1.600/.400**) works out to exactly an **80/20** or **4/5** and **1/5** split. It also works out to exactly four(**4**). Is there a mathematical quirk that makes it work out this way? No. Once again, no.

This was part of the same purposeful design that deftly integrated Pi and Phi into both portals. And through the use of the value **1000** or **103**, the primordial *Alef*(**א**) was brought into it in yet another way.

That the final result was a complete integration between the Torah’s first verse and the **42**-Letter Name was the number **4** was more than purposeful design. It was even more than a clue of how we can reach Oneness, the Source.

Some have suggested that the ordinal value of the two central letters (**רצ**) of the **42**-Letter Name, **18** and **20** should be added to their respective sides (**1.600** and **.400**) to give us **1.618** or Phi(**ϕ**) and **.420**.

And others have suggested the lone *Alef*(א) of the 42-Letter Name should be added to complete the **6** *Alefs*(**א**) of the Torah’s first verse to make a total of **7**. They are probably right, but that is obviously speculation. What is hard undeniable fact are the integrated connections, equations, and resultant proportions delineated above.

Moreover, just In case we were to think that that connection of **924** to the **924** in the Phi(**ϕ**) splitting of the *alef-bet* was a coincidence, let us consider that we are talking about the **14** Triplets and that the first verse of **28** letters is even divisible into two sets of **14** and **14** letters. When we add the **14** letters on the left-hand side of the Torah’s first verse to the **7** triplets of the left-hand side of the 42-Letter Name, and do the same with the right-hand side, their sums would give us **4007** and **2395** respectively. Forget what the numbers **4** and **7** may represent, **4007** as a percent of the **42**-Letter Name and First Verse combined is (**4007**/(**2701+3701**) = **.625**… matching perfectly the **625** of original *alef-bet* split and the square root of the 390,**625** core elements of the Torah.

And any discussion of the **7** Triplets vs **7** Triplets vs **7** first words would be incomplete without mentioning that the **42** letters and **28** letters together make **70** in total.

Oddly, the two numbers of the **4** numbers associated with the phi(**ϕ**) split and the original split of the *alef-bet* not represented in these equations of the **14** Triplets and **14** first-verse letters are **870** and **571**, which summed together give us a palindromic **1441** for an average of **720.5**. You get the point. The **720** of the **72** Triplets was once again woven into the equation, in yet another eloquent and simplistic manner, bringing together the **4th** of the **4** Essential forces or portals of the Torah (1st Verse, **42**-Letter Name, Shema, and **72** Triplets).

If you want to read **1441** as a hint in how to recombine **57**1 and **87**0 into **5778** and **10**, we are not going to dissuade you, but that too is just speculation and should not take away from the hard facts of what is being taught us from across millennia, from across time and space.

One quick additional note is that **1203** of the right side of the **42**-Letter Name was the sum of the **4th, 5th** and **6th** words, and (**4+5+6**) = **15**, or in Hebrew *Yud-Hei*(**יה**), and **2498** was the sum of the **1st, 3rd** **4th, 5th** **, 6th** and **7th** words and (**1+3+4+5+6+7**) = **26**, or the Tetragrammaton (**יהוה**). Yes another independent form of integration beyond the scope of derivative mathematics. And those **1st, 2nd, 3rd** and **7th** words of the Torah that equaled **1498**, give us a sum of (**1+2+3+7**) = **13**, while 1498 is the **55th** highest combination of the **7** words, as in our (**13 – 42 – 55**) combination and all that to which it connected.

Regarding those special 7 words or 28 Letters of Creation and their 7 combinations, if we add their digits in their individual sums (i.e. **2+4+9+8** for **2498**) together with the digits in the words which were not utilized in that particular combination (i.e. **2+0+3** for **203**), they will always sum to 28. The two exceptions are for the complete set of **7** which totals **2701** or **27 + 1 = 28**, and any set of missing words that totals **28** or higher in which case small gematria is applied and the totals as summed again (i.e. **2+8 = 10** and **1+0** = **1**). Another phenomenon of those combinations is that any of the **23** combination that is wholly divisible by **37** has the property that the sum of its digits (i.e. **2+7+0+1**) is equivalent to the sum of the digits in the quotient of that number divided by **37** (i.e. **2701/37** = **73** and **7+3** = **2+7+0+1 = 10**). These properties no doubt play an undisclosed role in this process of discovery that will reveal itself in due time.

Nevertheless, why are all these integrations significant? It is not just redundancy—we have seen enough of that already—it is the essential natural of the relationship between the splitting of the *alef-bet*, the splitting of the **42**-Letter Name, the **72** Triplet Name. the Shema, and the Torah’s first verse.

__The Four (4) Essential Elements__

__The Four (4) Essential Elements__

The **42**-Letter Name, the **72** Triplet Name, the Shema’s first verse, and the Torah’s first verse. Four (**4**) essential elements split and combined.

Perhaps it is no coincidence that the Zohar in portion Vaera and elsewhere describes **4** basic creative elements: fire (*aish*), air (*ruach*), water (*mayim*), and dust (*afar*). These are the same four philosophical elements of ancient Greece, Egypt, and India. The *Sefer Yetzirah*, describing the basic elements in the universe before creation describes only three: air (**אויר**), water(**מים**) and fire (**אש**), whose initials (**אמא**) sum to **42**. The difference between the two set of elements would be that the Zohar’s version includes the process of physicality represented by the Torah’s first verse.

Since the six(**6**) days of Creation in the Torah have exactly **434** words, the gematria of *Dalet***(דלת**), the **4th** letter of the *alef-bet*, of numerical value **4**, perhaps, this too is a reference to the **4** elements, or 4 essences of Creation.

While we tend to think of an element as more scientific, and usually in terms of the fixed elements of the periodic table, actual atomic elements of matter, the original writings thought of them in more esoteric terms.

If we want to think in terms of the physical naturally occurring **92** elements of the periodic table, we can imagine them as next generation extensions of these **4** essences. Not only does the first and last letters (**בצ**) of the Torah’s first verse equal **(2 + 90**) = **92**, but the sum of the words (units) in the **4** essences or portals, also equals (**7+7+6+72**) = **92**. Moreover, as Peter points out, there are **92** Hebrew root words in the **7** days of Creation. At first, of the **92** elements on the periodic table (1 is hydrogen and **92** is uranium, the natural limit) **90** elements were known to occur naturally and 2 were synthesized by man before they were actually found in nature. Funny how that worked out: (**בצ**) or (**90** and **2**). The isotope mass of Uranium is **238.05078**… so similar to **104/42** or **238.095**, as if the natural limit to the physical elements is related to the **42**-Letter Name of G-d.

We already know that the sum of the **3** Core Torah elements (words, verses, and letters) equals **58** and that the Torah is also partitioned into **670** paragraphs, **187** chapters, and **54** portions, so it may is it coincidental that (**400,000** – (**58** **+ 670 +187 + 54**)) = **922**, in other words that the **6** key elements of the Torah = (**400,000 – 922**) = (**4 x 105** **– 922**)?

Is there meaning in **92/4** being equal 23, as in the **23** multiples of **37** amongst the combinations of the 7 words of Bereshit?

Instead of viewing our **4** key Torah elements as matrices, what if they were interdimensional hyper-mechanisms, for lack of a better word? Four (**4**) vehicles connected to the **4** letters of the Tetragrammaton (**יהוה**) and **4** wings of the *Alef* (**א**).

These are not vehicles in the sense that we normally think of vehicles that are to be driven, but as elements of exchange and creation, driving forces that breath vitality and even existence into our universe. In a very real sense, they are part and parcel of the Creator and Creative force Himself. This is why they carry the appellations “Names of G-d.” Granted, what we see of them may only be their dashboards, or even some 2-d slice or shadow of them as they cross our plane of existence, in the way Moses saw from a crevice, though a narrow slit, a scan (or slice) of the impression that was left after the essence of G-d passed by.

Even with our limited ability to grasp them, we can still engage them, even harness them. If this were not meant to be the case, they would not be here for us to find. Yes, it has taken us thousands of years to evolve to the point where we are ready to decipher and understand them, and to see them for the glory of what they truly are. The equations of connectivity are no longer proofs for us; they are schematics of how we are to reassemble them. Where do we go from here? Let us back off for a breather before plunging deeper.

__We Sold You Short on 390,625__

__We Sold You Short on 390,625__

We may have sold you short on the significance of the number **390,625**. We have seen how absolutely precise and remarkable it is that the Creator of the Torah made all the elements work out precisely to **58**. We have also seen several very important aspects about that, yet there was even more significance to choosing that number. First though, please take a look at how other contemporaneous ancient cultures viewed that number and try to fathom how they would have worked out any of the mathematics we have discussed so far, or are about to.

Given their counting systems, would they have ever been able to calculate that **625** was the square root of **390,625** and even if they figured out somehow that **10/2 + 10/8 = 6.25**, would it have had any relevance to them, to the first **28** letters, etc. Counting back then, when used at all, was for strictly necessary and rudimentary accounting/transactional purposes, not for contemplating how they can incorporate the fundamental mathematical and physical constants of the universe into their stone carvings. Man would eventually get around to ponder these issues, first in calculating land partitioning for their agricultural needs and property rights issues, and then architecturally, and then more academically in trying to understand basic shapes and the relationship between their sides and then their angles. This w