Like in all things, in Kabbalah, a lot of the key concepts come back to light.
Let there be light is Genesis 1:3. Three.
Three = 20+8+18+5+5 = 56
It is also known as the Etz haChayim, having Gematria of 56.
There are 10 Sephirot.
The numerology of 10 is (1). 10 = 1+0 = 1
Square one. Euclid's 47th problem. Foundation.
Also, there is another point about '10'. Think about the 10 Commandments from the 39-Books of the Old Testament. Think about how Madison made 39 proposals on a date with 39 numerology that became the 10 Bill of Rights.
The singular for Sephirot is 'Sefirah', having Gematria of '39' and more.
Notice the relating Gematria between Sefirah and '10', including 39 and 42. Also, recall that in most Bibles, the 66th Book, Revelation, is based on the 39-Books of the Old Testament.
The secret 11th area is Daath.
Kabbalah the word has very interesting Gematria.
318, number relating to Christ.
58, relating to Freemasonry, the Rosicrucian's and more.
Tree? Tree of Life? 223, the 48th prime
Jew = 38; Jewish = 38; Masonic = 38; English = 38; Gematria = 38
Kabbalah is also called Qabalah. That said, Qabalah is traditionally Hermetic, and Kabbalah is Jewish.
Freemason = 42/147
Remember, 42-line Bibles.
42 generations to Jesus.
New Testament = 42
Notice the name of the God associated with Keter, Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh.
The Miraculous catch of 153-fish?
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