IN THE IMAGE OF GOD
Revelations on Adam being made in the image of God and
the possibilities of the math trail on it
are many teachings from the rabbi's that show many things
about the letters of the aleph-bet: Their names; meanings
as words; hieroglyphic pictures, as well as the make-up of
the letters themselves (including their sums and re-sums).
For example the aleph is (1) as a letter, (1000) as a word
in meaning, but (111) as a sum of the Hebrew "word"
aleph spelled out. However: aleph the letter is made up of
three different distinct parts (other Hebrew letters) in construction
which would now also sum (26).
name is spelled (Yod Hey Vav Hey) in Hebrew as shown below
(right to left)
we see above in the first illustration, the name Adam in Hebrew
has the Sum of 45
We also see in the second illustration that the name of God
in Hebrew has the Sum of 45
this just a coincidence? Or, could be be much more to this
math then meets the eye?
is taught by the rabbi's as being God in so many ways. In
one teaching God's name simply spelled out is: yod=10 + hey=5
+ vav=6 + hey=5 Totals 26
Aleph is (1) and no rabbi would argue the fact that God is
(1) and He alone can only identify this way. Even the letter
aleph used as a prefix means "I" as in "I alone",
or "I AM". So, it is no surprise that mathematically
the makup of single letter aleph is made up of two yods and
a vav, which would also make the letter aleph yod=10 + yod=10
+ vav=6 totals 26 which now means that aleph the letter shares
the sum of God's personal name.
to me is the fact that the vav ()
(God's name) can itself be spelled three different ways and
that there is different math for each. However, if we apply
this math in EVERY different way, what do we get?
answer to this question is AMAZED!
reason for this is the ancient teachings and the revelations
on the vav itself!
vav is taught to be a "man", and his number is 6.
A man is also taught to be many things. For example a righteous
man is taught to be a Tsade(q) his number is 9 (man of truth).
Interesting this letter has two forms that mean many different
things. A perfect man is taught to be a Zayin his number is
7 who has a crown on his head made up of three more heads
and faces like the first Zayin, and he is himself the embodiment
of the meaning "Zayin". A Zayin is taught to be
a sword. Not just any sword, but a sword with two edges! The
Zayin is also taught to be a man that has two faces. One face
that looks in two different directions (flesh & spirit
that pierces and divides). A Chet who's number is 8 is made
from bringing two men together (a vav and a zayin) in the
picture of a marriage to make one new man (or mankind). To
do this the zayin shares his crown (tagin) by making a bridge
between the two men pictured as a wedding tent.
this font construction of Chet teaches about how messiah shares
with the bride?
vav on the right has no tag or tagin naturally.
However the zayin has three. Clearly you see in the image
above that the zayin shared his tagin to make a bridge, tent,
wedding. These tags are swords, daggers or zayins themselves
in construction. Each tag takes on the number 7 for perfection.
for the word "man" we enter into a world of polysemes
(same thing that means many different images or pictures in
not so funny here is the fact that we come up with three different
types of man, in the spelling
out of God's name!
NATURAL MAN (without God)
in the Hebrew words above that this spelling is missing either
the Aleph (God) or the Yod (Dove/Spirit)
SPIRITUAL MAN (with God)
Hebrew these vowels were not written until after Messiah came.
These were all oral teachings, sounded out but not seen until
later when they were finally written in the Masoretic texts
(only out of fear of being lost forever). These DOTs (nikkudot
meaning dots but these two are likely related officially to
dagesh qal) are even taught today (to help children to remember)
as a boy catching a ball hitting "his stomach" and
saying "oo". The shuruk is also still taught today
as a boy looking up amazed saying "Oh". The actual
"understanding" of this was (and still is today)
for a future time. This fact is seen inside of the origin
of the Hebrew grammar itself. The actual tense changes from
past to future tense when we use the vav with a cholam or
shurek (dot above the mans head or the dot in stomach of the
man). Also take note that by adding the "dot" to
the man, you now change the number of this "man"
or "vav" from (6) to (7).
ANOINTED MAN (Man of Truth)
is not hard to see one spelled using aleph and one spelled
using yod as what is in, through and above the man. We can
also understand prophecy and it's fulfillment.
vav/man is the perfect man + truth. This is also seen in the
yod (vav-yod-vav) as the dove/yod floating above the
man! Just as John the baptist said:
And John (
filled with the spirit from the womb) bare witness, saying,
I have beheld the Spirit descending as a dove out of heaven;
and it abode upon him ().
And I knew him not: but he that sent me to baptize in water,
he said unto me, Upon whomsoever thou shalt see the Spirit
descending, and abiding upon him, the same is he that baptizeth
in the Holy Spirit (John 1:32-33) Now we can visually
see the two men prophesied to come "in the future"