Tree of life superstring theory part 77
Updated: Sep 29, 2020
The (7+7) enfolded polygons have 444 hexagonal yods when the 94 sectors are tetractyses (see here). (444−94=350) hexagonal yods line their sides. The dodecagon has 48 such yods, so that the pair of dodecagons have (46+46=92) such yods outside the two white hexagonal yods in the root edge. (350−92=258) hexagonal yods line the 129 sides of the (35+35) sectors of the first (6+6) enfolded polygons, where 129 is the number value of YAHWEH SABAOTH, the Godname of Netzach.</p>Constructed from 16 tetractyses, the outer Tree of Life has 60 hexagonal yods. Four of these (shown as black yods in the diagram opposite) lie on the Pillar of Mercy and four (also shown as black yods) lie on the Pillar of Judgement. They coincide with similarly coloured hexagonal yods on sides of sectors of the pair of hexagons in the (7+7) enfolded polygons. This leaves 52 red hexagonal yods that are intrinsic to the outer Tree of Life in the sense that they are unshared with its inner form. The number of hexagonal yods in the superposed outer & inner Trees of Life = 52 + 258 = 310 = 31×10, where 31 is the number value of EL, the Godname of Chesed above Netzach. 310 is the155th even integer, where 155 is the number value of ADONAI MELEKH, the complete Godname of Malkuth.
Outside the root edge of the first (6+6) enfolded polygons are (258−2=256) hexagonal yods lining their 70 sectors. As 256 = 44, this is a beautiful example of how the Tetrad expresses properties of holistic systems. (27=128) hexagonal yods outside the root edge line the64 (=43) sides of each set of 35 sectors. Four of these in each set are shared with the outer Tree of Life, leaving 124 hexagonal yods that line 62 sides of 35 tetractyses. (2×124=248) hexagonal yods line (2×62=124) sides of the 70 sectors of the first (6+6) enfolded polygons outside their root edge. This is the dimension of E8, the rank-8 exceptional Lie group at the heart of superstring theory. Each of the248 hexagonal yods denotes a root of E8. The first (6+6) polygons constitute a holistic structure (see Article 4 for how the Godnames prescribe their geometry). This is illustrated by their embodiment of the number 70, which is a parameter of the Tree of Life, being the number of yods that it contains, and by the 35:35 division of their 70 sectors, which parallels the way in which the 70 yods consist of 35 yods in the trunk of the Tree of Life and 35 yods in its branches (see previous page for definitions of the terms 'trunk' & 'branches'). Whatever the holistic structure, it always displays in analogous ways the Tree of Life parameters discussed in The holistic pattern, as well as their various divisions. The latter property refutes the skeptic's accusation that some part of a geometrical object can always be cherry-picked which (according to him) embodies simply by accident a scientifically significant number such as 248. If this really were the case, it is very improbable that these divisions (in this case, the 35:35 division) would also by coincidence accompany the contrived selection. Different holistic structures are manifestations of the same set of parameters and their divisions, so that mere cherry-picking could not guarentee that the patterns between certain numbers would appear as well as the holistic parameters themselves.
The first (6+6) enfolded polygons have 50 corners, where 50 is the number of ELOHIM, the Godname of Binah. Four of these are centres of the pair of hexagons and the pair of decagons, leaving eight other centres, so that their sectors have (50+8=58) corners. Each set of six enfolded polygons has 35 sectors with64 sides outside the root edge, that is, 65 including the latter. This is how ADONAI with number value 65 prescribes each set. The (35+35=70) sectors in both sets of polygons have (64+1+64=129) sides. They comprise (50+8+129+70=257) corners, sides & triangles </a>