Davidic Dynasty Holds a Quantum Code. First, I quote the book, Synergetics. It is subtitled: Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking. Author: R. Buckminster Fuller. I am merely applying his wisdom to the Davidic Dynasty. My profession is piano player. I seek patterns on the keys. I seek similar patterns in nature. In particular we will look at:
- The design of the Star of David. It is a regular six-pointed star.
- The Hebrew name for David. It is spelled: dalet, vav, dalet. From the Hebrew name דָּוִד (Dawid), which was probably derived from Hebrew דוד (dwd) meaning “beloved”. In Hebrew and other Middle Eastern languages, letters doubled as numbers. Dalet is 4. Vav is 6. Again, dalet is 4. The sum of 4 + 6 + 4 = 14.
Synergetics, according to E. J. Applewhite, was Fuller’s name for the geometry he advanced. It was based on the patterns of energy that he saw in nature. For Fuller, geometry was a laboratory science. It had the touch and feel of physical models: Not rules out of a textbook. It gains its validity from the results of individual physical experience. This description is by the Buckminster Fuller Institute. It is offered by courtesy of The Estate of Buckminster Fuller.
In Synergetics, Fig.620.06, Fuller explains: The tetrahedron is a basic vectorial model of the fundamental structural system of the Universe. The open-ended triangular spiral as action, reaction, and resultant. This is one of the triangles. It equates with the proton, electron, and anti-neutrino. Or, it can equate with the neutron, positron, and neutrino. This becomes half quantum. It is one of the open ended triangles. They approximate the shape of the Star of David.
Fuller then explains: An association of positive and negative half-quantum units identifies the tetrahedron as one quantum. Basically, two open ended triangles are pieced together to form the closed, six sided tetrahedron. This is found on page 334 of Synergetics.
The Davidic Dynasty Appears
As stated, David’s name represents 4-6-4 by its letters. This represents the 4 faces, 6 edges, and 4 corners that define the tetrahedron. Finally, the two triangles of the star of David represent the left and right half quantum units of an open-ended, six-pointed star.
Everything this blog discusses was known in ancient times. I believe in reviving this lost knowledge of antiquity. In so doing, we will have happiness here and now.