Hebrew Alphabet Poster Series
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The Hebrew Alphabet
The size of each of the 3 Posters in the series is 13 X 19
The Fibonacci sequence 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21…….10946
The first two numbers of the Fibonacci sequence are 1 and 1. Each subsequent number is the sum of the previous two.
You will notice on each image of this 3 part series, there is a bigger letter than the other ones next to them. These 3 images collectively represent the 1st, 11th, and 22nd letters of the Hebrew Alphabet. The smaller letters next to them represent how to spell out that particular letter going from right to left. The Hebrew Alphabet system has 22 vibrations ranging from 1 to 400. The clocks in the corner will tell you the overall numerical value of that particular letter spelled out.
When you add the values of the 1st, 11th, and 22nd (or 1st, middle, and last) letters of the Hebrew alphabet, you end up with a numerical value of 421.
Aleph, the 1st letter of the Hebrew Alphabet has a numerical value of 1
Kaf, the 11th letter of the Hebrew Alphabet has a numerical value of 20
Tav, the 22 & last letter of the Hebrew Alphabet has a numerical value of 400
1 + 20 + 400 = 421
Let’s keep that in mind.
The Hebrew alphabet was designed to reveal the number 26 to Mankind.
26 is the numerical value of the Creator’s Divine Name: Yud-Hey-Vav-Hey, and is the only number in existence to fit between a square (5×5=25), and a cube (3x3x3=27): the second and third dimensions.
25, the square of 5, (5×5 = 25) in Hebrew is “Yahee”, which means “let there be”
26, the Divine Name- Yud (10) + Hey (5) + Vav (6) + Hey (5) = 26
27, the cube of 3, (3x3x3 = 27) in Hebrew is “owr” which means “light”
The Creators Divine Name, having the value of the only number in existence to fit between a square and a cube, or 2 dimensions and 3 dimensions, is also emanating at the center of the manifestation of light itself. We may also consider that 26 is 13 + 13. The values of each of the words “Echad”, which means one, and love, “Ahava” , are also 13.
26 is “one love” as well.
Again, remembering that the 1st, 11th, and 22nd, or first middle and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet, added together, gives us a numerical value of 421, and understanding that this alphabet of Divine origin is designed to reveal the number 26 to Mankind, we look at 26 x 421. It is 10946, the 21st Fibonacci number.
PHI, Golden ratio, Divine Proportion .618 / 1.618
Next, this series representing the 1st , 11th, and 22nd letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, explores further relations to the Divine Proportion.
Below is listed the letters that make up the spelling of the name of each of the letters. You will see the letter placement of each letter (to the left) and its numerical value (to the right of the name of the letter). Both are significant.
Aleph is spelled out in this way,
(1)Aleph(1), (12)Lamed(30), (17)Pey(80), totalling 111
Kaf is spelled out in this way,
(11)Kaf(20), (17)Pey(80), totalling 100
Tav is spelled out in this way,
(22)Tav(400), (1)Aleph(1), (6)Vav(6), totalling 407
So when you take the 1st, 11th, and 22nd letters, from which we previously discovered the 21st Fibonacci number, and now spell out the name of each letter, and add them together, you get 618 which is the Divine proportion!
Tav = 400, spelled out = 407
Kaf = 20, spelled out = 100
Aleph = 1, spelled out = 111
With this concept held into position with these three letters, go back to the beginning, the 1st letter, the letter aleph spelled out is a thousand, and 1000 + 618 = 1618, there again is the Divine proportion.
So again, if you add up all values of the spelled out letters you get 618, the divine proportion, if you subtract 618 – 421 you end up with just the smaller letters, which total 197.
197 multiplied by 3.14 (pi) = 618.5 the divine proportion.
Why pi? The last letter of the Hebrew Alphabet is Tav. It’s the 22nd letter, and 22 is the only number that when divided by its previous number 21 (10946 also being the 21st Fibonacci number found above), and multiplied by 3, results in 3.14! This is the same as 22 / 7. There are 22 bones in your head, and you have 7 vertebrae in your neck. 22 / 7 = 3.14
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