Reincarnation as per the Great Pyramid is Upscale. Can numbers be read like words? What if at one time they were? Nowadays numbers use one side of the brain. Words use the other. At one time they were represented by the same symbol. That is called by the Greek word, gematria.
Today, language functions include grammar, vocabulary and literal meaning. These use one side of the brain. Numbers and music, on the other hand, tend to favor the other side. Words are typically lateralized to the left hemisphere. This is true especially in right handed individuals. Language production is left-lateralized in up to 90% of right-handers. It is more bilateral, or even right-lateralized, in left-handers.
So What Can Numbers of the Great Pyramid Tell Us of Reincarnation?
First, we need to look at perfect numbers. Read the internal link below. You’ll see how 28 is a perfect number. Also, ancient civilizations did not recognize zero as an independent number. Why is this important? The height of the Great Pyramid originally was 280 shorter Egyptian cubits. That cubit is 1.71818… feet. Twenty-eight is the essential number. However, a 5 cubit tip has been missing since time immemorial. Legend has it, if it ever would be restored, a Golden Age would return. This event can be read by numbers. Twenty-eight is perfect. The Great Pyramid would be perfect when 5 cubits are added to its 275 cubit truncated height. Thus: 275 cubits + 5 cubits would equal 280 cubits.
Let’s Continue Read its Numbers to Arrive at Reincarnation
The Pyramid’s square base is 440 shorter cubits on each side. The Hebrew language gives us a clue as to the meaning. In Hebrew the word for death is pronounced, “mate”. In the game of chess, losing is called checkmate.
Mate is spelled with two Hebrew letters as mem and tav (מת). Remember, the letters double as numbers.Mem is the symbol for 40. Tav is the symbol for 400. Thus 40 + 400 = 440. Here is how death, reincarnation and perfection can be read at the Great Pyramid. Death is horizontal- flat out. That is the 440 (mate) position that measures each side of the flat square base. We strive for perfection by rebirth until we reach the height of perfection. That is incorporated by number 280. Again, 280 cubits is the height with the restored tip. Twenty-eight is a perfect number. So we are reincarnated until we go as high as we can go in the ancient Egyptian view. Then, there is no need for more incarnations.
345 Triangle Reading Pythagorean Style. The smallest consecutive integers that the Pythagorean triangle works with is 345. See picture below. Ancients “read” numbers. We, today, only see numbers as quantities, not qualities. Uniting numbers an words was termed “gematria.” The word first appeared in English in the 17th century. It was translated from of works by Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. It is derived from Greek. However, it is also in Jewish mystical text of called the Kabbalah. The term does not appear in the Hebrew Bible.
A Pythagorean triple consists of three positive integersa, b, and c, such that a2 + b2 = c2
345 Numbers Also Applied to Key Words
The 345 triangle described above sets the formula for all other right triangles. It sets the pattern of its mathematical law. The name of Moses also uses the same 345 sequence. Reference the chart below as I describe his letters. His three letter name in Hebrew is mem (40), shin (300) and heh (5). The letters total 345.
By rules of gematria, “one” could be added or taken away from a words without changing its fundamental meaning. On the Hebraic Tree of Life, Paradise, emanation “6”, totals 344. The letters (see chart) are Peh (80), reish (200), daleth (4) and Samech (60). The Pythagorean Theorem is an equation of balance and mathematical harmony. Here is what I believe is a hidden meaning of the theorem. Three is the number of the mind. Four represents the body. Five represents the soul. Squaring a number intensifies it. Thus, if you elevate your mind and body by keeping yourself physically fit, you will then elevate the status of your soul. This elevation is presented by the formula: 3² + 4² = 5².
Worldly Word Reveals Knowledge of Ancient Egypt. This blog is based on one word. It is the Hebraic word for “world.” עולם. How is this possible? In Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. This is also true of numerous Middle Eastern languages. There were no separate symbols for letters and numbers. They shared the same glyph. This commonality is called by a Greek term – gematria:
Gematria/ɡəˈmeɪtriə/ (Hebrew: גמטריא גימטריא, plural גמטראות or גמטריאות, gematriot) originated as an Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of alphanumeric code or cipher. It was later adopted into Jewish culture that assigns numerical value to a word, name, or phrase. The belief was that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other or bear some relation to the number itself. It can apply to Nature, a person’s age, the calendar year, or the like…
So What’s with the Hebraic Worldly Word that Holds the Egyptian Remen?
The gematria of עולם which means world, is 146: Ayin is 70, vav is 6, lamed is 30 and mem is 40. Thus, 70 + 6 + 30 + 40 = 146. One remen = 14.6 inches. In antiquity numbers were freely multiplied by powers of 10. Their concept of nfinity is blogged about on DSOworks. Also the inch existed in ancient civilizations. John Michell discusses, in his View Over Atlantis, how the standard of weight in the ancient world was the cubic inch of gold. To verify this, simply go to the British Museum. A number of specimens from various regions are to be found there. How did the Egyptian remen also become the 146 gematria for Hebrew word for world as the standard of worldly word measure? As the Egyptian link, the answer is Moses. He would be well versed in Egyptian mysteries.
Colel, as part of Megalitic culture, comes From Number Squares. First, What is “colel”? Consider ancient Hebrew and Greek cultures. Numbers and letters shared the same symbol. When you spelled out a word, each letter had also had a numerical value. Thus, the entire word had a value in numbers. Even phrases or sentences were conceived by numbers. This equation has a descriptive word in Greek. It is called gematria. By today’s standards this seems odd. But remember: Words use only one side of the brain. Math and music use the other. Using both sides of the brain together makes for wholesome thinking.
In our current age one side of the brain is at odds with the other. Likewise, as a result- people, nations, even religions are in continual conflict. Another second strange concept concerning gematria is that of colel. It is a rule by which one digit may be added to or subtracted from the gematric value of a word. From my research I have found that key numbers from number squares translate into words of holy import. These are often the often the various names for God. Here are some examples:
“Yah” is the shortest name for God. It equates with 15. Any row of 3 numbers on the square of three totals 15. This fills the square with the essence of God. The double yud is an abbreviation for “Adonay”. That equals 20. Look at the numbers in the same square around the central 5. The even numbers total 20. The odd numbers total 20.
Here is colel: We have nine containers for the numbers. Any opposite numbers total ten. This is the one extra that is used for colel.
Another Example of Colel in a Number Square
The Tetragrammaton is Yahweh. It has four Hebrew letters, yud, hei, vav, hei. . By gematria it equals 26. The name equates with the 5 x 5 number square. Any two oppoiste numbers total 26. Here is the one extra for colel: We have 25 containers or squares for numbers. The four letter name totals 26. The plus one comes from the fact that opposite numbers total one more than the number of cells in the particular number square. Those opposite numbers usually have a holy import.