In biblical Hebrew, one name for “God” is “Alha”. You can read this for yourself in the Book of Genesis and onward. A key name of the Almighty is Alha, which is spelled ‘aleph-lamed-hey-aleph’.

Using simple gematria (aleph = 1, bet = 2… tav =22), the total of these letters is 19. (1 (a) + 12 (l) + 5 (h) + 1 (a) = 19 (alha)).

So, “Alha” = 19.

And the number 19 is very special when it comes to our base 10 numerical system. For example, the number 19 represents all possibilities from 1 through 9

Also, 1 through 9 form are all expressions of 1 through the concept of reflection. For example:

**1/9 = .1111…**

This reconciles the end (9) to the beginning (1), so that the system repeats itself (ultimately through fractal structure as number express itself across higher dimensions)

**1/6 = .1666**- This places 6 after 1, putting 6 (the number of man) into the service of 1 (the number of God)

**1/3 = .3333**- 1 is expressed here through 3 because only one number is expressed repeatedly (3). Accordingly, 3 reflects 1 very faithfully.

**1/7 = .142857…**- In Hebrew, this puts the word dbKhh (“His sacrifice”) between aleph (1) and zayin (7).
- The first letter aleph represents Father, and the seventh letter zayin represents Zion. So, Father reconciles Zion through His sacrifice…

- The expression of 7 (the sacrificed messiah) harmonizes into 1 all of the remaining numbers: 4, 2, 8, 5, and 7 itself. Marco Rodin’s diagram explains this well because it puts the numbers in the correct order as they flow through the two parallelograms
- 4+2+8+5 = 19
- Understanding the role of 7 in completion (culminating in sacrifice) explains why our world is meant to be completed in 7. This is because the number 9 has already been expressed in the beginning of the design and throughout the design, so once we reach 7 for its expression, then all remaining numbers (4, 2, 8, 5) are also reconciled to 1. Thus, all numbers have been reconciled to one another at the completion of 7. That is why our world is full/complete/delivered in 7.

- In Hebrew, this puts the word dbKhh (“His sacrifice”) between aleph (1) and zayin (7).
**1/5**= .2 & 1/2 = .5 & 1/4 = .25 & 1/8 = .125- Each of these numbers (2, 4, 5, 8) reflect one another in the service of 1, just as the two parallelograms in Rodin’s diagram (left) reflect one another beginning from the point of 1.
- 5/2 = 2.5 & 2/5 = .4

- As each of these ‘remaining numbers’ are divided by seven (in the culmination of the age in the messiah’s sacrifice), they express only themselves
**2/7 = .285714**- 2 + 8 + 5 + 7 + 1 +4 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)

**4/7 = .571428 (9)**- 5 + 7 + 1 + 4 + 2 +8 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)

**5/7 = .714285 (9)**- 7 + 1 + 4 + 2 + 8 + 5 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)

**8/7 = 1.142857**- 1 + 4 + 2 + 8 + 5 + 7 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)

- And the mirror image is the same:
- 7/8 = .875
- 7/5 = 1.4
- 7/4 = 1.75
- The only exception is
- 7/2 = 3.5
- When 2 (dragon number) tries to divide 7 (messiah number), the triumph is given to the messiah to be born into 3 (and therefore sit at the right hand of the Father that is 9 at the top of the hierarchy). The messiah also receives 8 (3 + 5 = 8), representing the new world/age created after 7 (this world/age).

- 7/2 = 3.5

**1/1 = 1**

What else does Rodin’s diagram mean in Hebrew?

Well, in Hebrew, “3-6-9” spells gvt, which is a mysterious expression. See e.g., Hebraic Tongue Restored, by Fabre d’Olivet. A human could say it means “majesty” just as readily as she could say it means “connection”, “pride”, “friction”, “growth”, or “expansion”. Or if you read it backwards “9-6-3” tvg, the meaning is equally mysterious, as one might say it means “pride”, “voice”, “friction”, “violence”, or “crown”.

As these expressions manifest themselves in our universe, we expect and make relative choices to fulfill the destiny of our story that was born from the beginning as word.

As long as there is a 1 in the equation, then 0 will always be kept from triumph. Our mathematics has no better expression for dividing by zero than to express either an error message or an infinity. Those who speak of infinity today actually speak of dividing by zero, usually a kind of nonsense from the mouth upon the face of that particular mind trying to express its internal division. See e.g., http://www.thescienceforum.com/personal-theories-alternative-ideas/41267-split-problems-infinity.html

How did 1 begin or dwell within the equation of our universe; from who/what/when/where and most importantly Y (y =10) does the 1 exist? The Matrix movie was a cool way to express the concepts of ‘choice’ and ‘causality’ in the equation. In the Matrix movie the writers didn’t really emphasize probability, but our world does emphasize probability. We even exist in a state of probability, where the 0 only exists after the 1 (as for example in the number 10, we see the zero after the one). Probability is a state of friction, where at least two concepts/numbers/facts compete for the power of expression. Probability is why the concept of messiah is so important to our story in this universe; in Hebrew the words ‘messiah’ and ‘probability’ and ‘measure’ are all synonymous – look them up for yourself and learn more, that would be positive for you.

Once we see our reality through the lens of probability, it is advantageous to examine the extremes of that reality. The most unlikely (improbable) thing we can imagine is that there is no beginning. At the other extreme, the most likely (probable) thing we can imagine is that existence is real because we perceive something.

To make the first statement, I had to use the word “no” (‘no beginning’), which is expressed as the possibility of a zero in the universe (and by using “is” and “no” together, I attempted to divide ‘one’ by ‘zero’, which draws my mind to the illusion of ‘error’ or ‘infinity’). And then to make the second statement above, I had to use the word “because” (‘because we perceive’), which is expressed as the possibility of causality/logic/order in the universe (I add ‘is’ to ‘is’, which represents fractal growth).

“How wonderful that we have met with a paradox. Now we have some hope of making progress.” Niels Bohr.

Simply, the universe is a probability function to our perspective as beings that require light. At its core, our universe is observable to us as something like a ‘plasma of probability’, existing in a state of immeasurable possibility. An observer of light cannot focus on those ‘waves’ within the probabilistic plasma dimensions because pattern itself will not hold focus (the top of one wave and bottom of another are not definable because there is precisely as much possibility of the energy being in a state of 1 as a state of 9; it is entirely 1 through 9, where 1 + 9 = 10. 1+ 0 = 1; or 1 + 2…+ 9 = 45. 4 + 5 = 9). In cycles from 1 to 9, we ultimately find everything serves/fulfills the number 1. 1 is pattern-less, whole by itself, just like raw probability.

But we can still ask: will probability ever really be 1, or does it just seek 1? Does it only point toward 1? We’re never really 100% certain of anything. Even the idea that there was no first cause – we find it to be the most extremely unlikely thing ever, yet we can’t prove it has a 100% chance of nonexistence.

In our language, one of the ways we describe probability is through waves as a ‘sine’ (pronounced “sign”). The universe from our observer’s perspective is not foundational, it is simply a sign. To explore beyond the signs of our perception, a living being must relieve itself of its external pattern (‘material life’) and return to the source (dwell within probability itself where all energy is source possibility, oneness).

QED proved that light is an expression that faithfully reveals probability mechanics to its observers. Light comes from the Father. Probability comes from the Father, the One. If this line of thinking is fruitful, then I think He expresses Himself (probability) through the tension/friction of competing paradoxes within his Mind that express 1 and 0. The expression is not the source; all we know is that probability itself is the fullest ‘source’ with which we are capable of interacting/knowing. Full probability is a state of understanding without touching/focusing, which is another way to describe “faith”. So if you have perfect faith, you see raw probability (Father).

Hope, trust, faith… these are also just expressions, but they express something necessary for survival of seed: a strong connection. We learn from the sign of electromagnetism that a strong connection is necessary to carry a signal/energy. If you have a weak connection, you burn out when the power surges upon you (just like a circuit breaker in our world). Or if your connection is strong (fractal), you express the energy fully and you (your seed, your pattern) survives charge compression (shrinking, “death”).

So infinity is an illusion of the paradoxes that express probability. From our observer’s perspective, the most foundational thing we can ever experience is probability itself. To see beyond probability itself is to see nothing to our limited perspective that relies on light. If you want to see more than probability, you need to find a way to observe/interact without light, though perhaps then you would find yourself in quite a lonely predicament in the depths of a different kind of probability where darkness reigns as 0. In our world the only analogy we might find to such a circumstance would be a blackhole from which light cannot escape.

But have hope. Learn from the cross in the blackhole center of the M51 galaxy (in Hebrew, the cross is symbolized by tet, the 9th letter); light does escape:

You are a character in a story written by YHVH, and His unique son Yahshua is the hero. Yahshua is like the golden ratio, the seed that survives charge compression and is born from the beginning. All who live in Yahshua are reconciled to 1.