Floral Power is Found in a Godly Name. First I will introduce the flowers to be featured: The lily and the rose. Next to elaborate on the flower adjectives of this blog:
Flower child originated as a synonym for hippie. It described idealistic the idealistic young people. The original group gathered in San Francisco and the surrounding area during the Summer of Love in 1967. It was the custom of “flower children” to wear and distribute flowers or floral-themed decorations. They symbolized ideals of universal belonging, peace, and love. The mass media picked up on the term. They used it to refer in a broad sense to any hippie. Flower children were also associated with the flower power political movement. The ideas were originated by Allen Ginsberg in 1965.
Floral Power of the Rose and Lily
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Five represents the strong petals of the rose. Picture is above and to the left. It has 13 weaker petals.
Six represents the petals of a lily. Pictured immediately to the right.
Floral Power of the Lily and Rose in God’s Name
Here is the crux of this blog: Always have at least twice as much mercy as severity in judging others. Consider a specific Hebraic name for God. The name most often in the Hebrew Bible is YHWH (י ה ו ה). It is called the Tetragrammaton. In Hebrew, letters are read from right to left. (1) Yud is the equivalent of 10. (2) The first hei is 5. (3) Vav is 6. (4) The second hei is again five. How do we interpret the numbers of this code?
Roses out number lilies by 2 to 1. The five petals of the rose are yin, The six of the lily are yang.
Five represents mercy and forgiveness. Six represents judgement and severity.
The first letter is the yud for 10. It is a fusion number of two numbers. Specifically, any two opposite numbers on the 3 x 3 number square total 10.
By letter/number count, mercy outnumbers severity as 2:1. There are 2 “heis” and only one “vav”. For us to be God-like is have this minimum ratio in our judgments and pronouncements. Should we strive for even more mercy, we enter into enter “sainthood” territory. God especially loves this ground. Number 10 is merely a number of fusion. Zero as an independent and real number is a relatively recent invention. Ancients thought of the “yud” as the number that fuses the yin and yang. Here is the fusion model in the 3 x 3 number square.
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.
Balanced Measurement Historically by Fives and Sixes. I know. You are thinking the title is beyond logic. “Five and six what”, you ask? A quick response: Words favor the left side of the brain. Left-sided thinking dominates most of our culture. Math and music use the right side. That’s where this blog is coming from- the right side. I refer you to chapter six of The City of Revelation. Michell entitles the chapter- ” Sacred Geometry: The Plan of the Holy City.” In that chapter we find Mayananda’s drawing of a lily and rose. At one time the rose and lily were thought to be polar opposites. Here are some of his included highlights:
Five represents the strong petals of the rose. It has 13 weaker petals.
Six represents the petals of a lily.
Five has historically been the number of humanity. It is the core number of the ratio called “phi”.  It favors ratios of life including those found throughout the human frame.
Six was associated with inanimate nature, like the snowflake.
Five was the footprint of the pentagon.
Six was the mark of the hexagon
Thus. five was considered yin. Six was thought of as yang.
So Where are the Ancient balanced Measurement Units?
Below is a list of balanced measurement units used in antiquity:
6/5 = 1.2 An Egyptian remen is 1.2165 feet (It gets better in a moment).
6 x 5/6 + 5 = 2.727272…A megalithic yard is 2.72 feet.
6 x 6 x 6/5 x 5 x 5 = 1.728. The larger Egyptian cubit is 1.728 feet.
6²/5² – 1.44. One hundred and forty four is a Fibonacci number.
6 x 6 x 6 x 6 / 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 = 2.0736. Approximates the Palestinian cubit of 2.107 feet.
(6 to the 6th power) / (5 to the sixth power) = 2.979…This is close to the three feet of the English yard.
Very important for Central America and the Mexican Pyramid of the Sun: The key unit of measure was the “hunab.” (See Peter Tompkins Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids). The hunab is 3.41 feet. Again, the invaluable fives and sixes: (5 x 5 x 5) + (6 x 6 x 6) = 341. I took this information from a previous blog called “Measure Proves a Pre Genesis Citadel in Mexico.”
341 refers to world before Genesis. Here’s how: The name of the pre-creation God was Emesh אֶ֣מֶשׁ: “Laban said unto Jacob: The God of your fathers, Emesh, said to me…” In Hebrew “Emesh” literally means “yesternight.” Reference Genesis (31:29). Letters doubled as numbers in middle eastern languages. There were no separate numbers apart from letters. Here are the letters in Hebrew with their representative numbers.
אֶ֣מֶשׁ – Alef = 1; Mem = 40; shin = 300. Total is 341.
אֶ֣מֶשׁ- The three Hebrew letters of Emesh are the the “mother” of all the Hebrew letters. This total is merely another fusion of fives and sixes. In the Hebrew language these three letters are the classification heading for the the remaining 19 letters.
Conclusion: A rose and a lily are easy for all to enjoy. Also numbers 5 and 6 are easy to understand. But we need to know what this meant to the ancient, even pre-Genesis civilizations. This blog is merely a glimpse into the mindset of those who knew of this in antiquity.