# Tree of life superstring theory part 113

Updated: Nov 28, 2020

When they are superimposed, the six Sephiroth on the side pillars coincide with the top and bottom corners of the two hexagons and their centres, whilst the two Paths on each side pillar coincide with internal sides of their sectors. No triangles are shared between the outer and inner Trees. To avoid double counting, these 10 shared geometrical elements must be subtracted when ascertaining the geometrical composition of the combined Trees of Life. In this case, they have 426 triangles with (248−6=242) corners and (671−2−2=667) sides, i.e., 1335 geometrical elements. There are 240 corners other than the endpoints of the root edge. The combined Trees have (242+426=668) corners & triangles (666 outside the root edge) and 667 sides (666 outside the root edge). There are (668−2−6=660) corners & triangles other than the two endpoints of the root edge and the six corners that are shared between the outer & inner Trees. 660 = 66×10, where 66 is the 65th integer after 1. This shows how ADONAI, the Godname of Malkuth with number value 65, prescribes the outer and inner forms of the Tree of Life. The number of corners, sides & triangles in the combined Trees = 242 + 667 + 426 = 1335. The number of corners & sides = 242 + 667 = 909. The number of corners & sides outside the root edge that do not include shared, Sephirothic points = 909 − 3 − 6 = 900 = 90×10. The number 90 is a holistic parameter, being the sum of the 10 integers making up the Lambda Tetractys (see here and here). As the table indicates that the (7+7) enfolded polygons have 913 corners, sides & triangles, of which three corners and sides make up the root edge and 10 corners & sides are shared with the outer Tree, the inner Tree of Life has 900 intrinsic corners, sides & triangles outside the root edge. This is discussed in detail here. The number of sides & triangles in the (7+7) enfolded polygons = 457 + 282 = 739. There are 369 sides & triangles on either side of the root edge. This is the sum of the number values of the Godnames of the first seven Sephiroth:

21 + 26 + 50 + 31 + 36 + 76 + 129 = 369 When the 282 triangles of the inner Tree of Life with Type B polygons are tetractyses, they contain 1370 yods (see #3). Each of the 16 primary triangles in the outer Tree of Life has 37 yods inside it when it is a Type B triangle. Each of their 22 sides has two hexagonal yods. The number of yods in the outer Tree of Life when its 16 triangles are Type B = 10 + 22×2 + 16×37 = 646. Starting with the 10 corners of these triangles, its conversion into Type B triangles generates (646−10=636) yods, where 636 is the number value of Rashith ha Gilgalim, the Mundane Chakra of Kether. Separately, the outer & inner Trees of Life have (646+1370=2016) yods. Seven yods are on each side pillar and are shared with the inner Tree of Life because they lie on sides of tetractyses in each hexagon. So are the two hexagonal yods on the Chesed-Geburah Path, which are the centres of the two enfolded triangles. Hence, these have to be subtracted when the Trees are combined in order to avoid double-counting. The number of yods in the pair of superimposed Trees = 2016 − 7 − 7 − 2 = 2000. 630 yods belong to the outer Tree and 1370 yods belong to its inner form, where 630 is the number value of Seraphim, the Order of Angels assigned to Geburah. The 14 polygons of the inner Tree has 68 corners outside its root edge, six of which are shared with its outer form. Hence, (68−6=62) corners outside the root edge are intrinsic to the inner Tree (31 for each set of seven polygons), where 31 is the number value of EL, the Godname of Chesed and 62 is the number value of Tzadkiel, the Archangel of Chesed. Of these, the outermost corners of the two pentagons coincide with the centres of the decagons. Hence, 60 intrinsic corners outside the root edge are pure corners. The number of yods in the combined outer & inner Trees of Life other than such corners = 2000 − 60 = 1940 =194×10, where 194 is the number value of Tzadekh, the Mundane Chakra of Chesed. Here is a remarkable instance of three numbers appearing naturally in the same context that refer to the same Sephirah!