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Tree of life superstring theory part 98

Updated: Nov 28, 2020

It was shown in #13 that 1680 yods surround the centre of a 10-pointed star with a parallelogram as each point whose halves are 2nd-order tetractyses. Replacing each yod in a 2nd-order tetractys by a 1st-order tetractys generates the 3rd-order tetractys. It has 49 yods along each side, where 49 is the number value of EL ChAI, the Godname of Yesod. A parallelogram with 49 yods along each side has (492=2401) yods. Hence, (7×2400=16800) yods surround the centre of a star whose points are such parallelograms. The side of each 3rd-order tetractys has 15 black gaps between adjacent, grey 1st-order tetractyses. The number of gaps in each 3rd-order tetractys = 1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 15 = 120. Each point contains 240 such gaps, so that the 7-pointed star has 1680 gaps. Each gap is actually a 1st-order tetractys containing seven coloured, hexagonal yods and three white yods at its corners. In the star are (7×1680) coloured, hexagonal yods. As it is composed of 16800 (=10×1680) yods, there remain (3×1680) yods. These are depicted in the diagram opposite as white yods, whether they are corners or hexagonal yods. (A high-resolution image of the 7-pointed star in PDF format is available here). Each yod denotes a circular turn of the 10 whorls of the UPA/subquark superstring. A coloured, hexagonal yod denotes a turn in the seven minor whorls, both the yod and the minor whorl expressing a Sephirah of Construction, whilst a white yod denotes a turn in the three major whorls, both expressing the Sephiroth of the Supernal Triad:

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