Godly Aspect Decoded in the Tetragrammaton. The name of God used most often in the Hebrew Bible is the Tetragrammaton YHWH (Hebrew: י | ה | ו | ה). It is frequently anglicized as Jehovah and Yahweh . It written in most English editions of the Bible as “the Lord“. This is due to the Jewish tradition of reading it as Adonai (“My Lord”) . The Tetragrammaton first appears in Genesis and occurs 6828 times in total in the Stuttgart edition of the Masoretic Text. For the Godly aspect decoded, this post looks at the middle two letters. They are hei, ה; and vav, ו
The letter “hei” is also the symbol for #5. The letter is also the symbol for #6. In the tetragrammaton, the two glyphs also represent 5 and 6 respectively. They are encased by the 1st letter and 4th letter of the Tetragrammaton. The encasing letters are called- yud and hei. Hebrew is read from right to left.
Godly Aspect Decoded in the Tetragrammaton by Reading Numbers
In his City of Revelation, the Reverend John Michell discusses numbers 5 and 6. He discusses how Mayananda described these polar opposites. Five was associated with animate humanity. Six- with the snowflake and inanimate. His comparison by geometry brings in the rose and lily as 5 and 6 representatives. Five becomes yin. Six becomes yang.
Israel and God partake of the 5 and 6. This is by the geometry of the hexagon and pentagon. They symbol of Israel is the 6-pointed star. It is referred to as the Star of David. As Hebrew letters also represent numbers, Israel (יִשְׂרָאֵל ) totals 541. By rules relating to numbers (gematria), one can be added to a word. Most likely, this represents the One God. A pentagon has 540º. For a regular pentagon this is at 108°/angle x 5 =540°. Israel equates with the pentagon. Thus, in geometrical terms: (1) The symbol of Israel is the hexagon. (2) Israel is the pentagon. We have a congruence: Again 5 and 6 come together as they do in the middle of the other two letters of yud and hei in the Tetragrammaton.