Touching on the subject matter of language, the Hebrew Language is particualy interesting and a show on this subject matter would be interesting to say the least...
HEBREW, THE LANGUAGE OF THE GODS (ELOHIM)
It is important to specify that the Hebrew language associate letters and numbers: each letter suggesting a number and each group of letters have a vital numerical significance. The principle of inversion of letters and their substitution by other letters according to predetermine combinations are also used.
Contrary to our letters, which are monosyllabic, A M T... and are either consonants or vowels, there are no Hebrew vowels; the vowels are phonetized by vowel points associated to consonants. Consonants are in fact made up of 3 consonants (curious... as with codons) ALEPH = aleph-lamed-phe, each phoneme results from three consonants.
According to A.D. Grad, the 22 Hebrew letters are classified as follows:
- 3 mother letters: Alef, Mem, Shin
- 7 double letters: Beit, Gimel, Dalet, Kaf, Pei, Reish, Tav
- 12 simple letters: Hei, Vav, Zayin, Cheit, Teit, Yod, Lamed, Nun, Samekh, Ayin, Tzadei, Qof.
It is intriguing to note that Hebrew appears copied on geometric data. It is known in geometry that we can inscribe only 22 regular polygons in a circle corresponding to the 22 whole divisors of 360 degrees. These 22 letters of Hebrew alphabet correspond exactly to these 22 regular polygons. Even their designations confirm the correspondences. (You know those science fiction movies where the scientists are looking for the hidden code that 'proves' intelligence in the message they recieved from space? This mathmatical evidence points exacally at this very intelligence)
- 3 mothers figures; equilateral triangle, square, pentagon.
- 7 inscribed regular polygons, acquired by doubling the 3 mothers figures (hexagon, dodecagon and 24 sides; octagon; decagon, 20 and 40 sides).
- 12 simple polygons (9, 18, 36 and 72 sides; 45, 90, 180 and 360 sides).
In parallel, I had also started to study the structure of DNA and here is what I found:
The chromosomes are composed of DNA structured by 4 bases A-T, C-G, which are transcribed by the RNA in A-U (Uracil), C-G, which are structured in 64 combinations of 3 letters (codons) to express 22 amino acids. There is thus several codons to expresses the same amino acid. To me, that pointed out alsoto the Chinese Yi-King and its 64 Kuas (trigrams), representing also the 64 codons.
Amino acids and codons have many chemical properties by which they can be classified, but their simplest property is how they be have compared to their aqueous environment, for they exist in the cell. Thus, they can be described as hydrophobic (dislike water) or hydrophilic (dissolving in, absorbing, or mixing easily with water).
- 3 punctuation groups: 2 terminal groups, 1 start group (methionine)
- 7 amino acids are hydrophobic: Valin, Isoleucine, Proline, Leucine, Phenilalanine, Tryptophan, Alanine,
- 12 amino acids are hydrophilic: Serine, Threonine, Tyrosin, Histidine, Glutamine, Cysteine, Asparagine, Arginine, Aspartate, Glutamate, Lysin, Glycine.
The models are similar: the 22 Hebrew letters are the building blocks of the universe, and the 20 amino acids are the building blocks of the proteins that are the basis of life's diversity. But, given that there is a discrepancy in the number of letters and amino acids, what is the relationship between the Hebrew letters and the amino acids?
Explanations for this discrepancy have been advanced in the past, but the elucidation of the relationship between the Hebrew letters and the amino acids has been made easier following the recent discoveries o the 21st and 22nd amino acid used to build proteins.
The 21st amino acids elenocysteine, has been found in bacteria and animals, including mammals. The discovery of the 22nd amino acid,pyrrolysine in bacteria has been reported in the May 24, 2002, issue of Science, the scientific journal from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
This curious classification coincidence with Hebrew letters was too obvious not to be noticed.
(Elohim, being the most widely 'mis-tranlated' word from the oldest texts into the 'Singular' word "GOD" in modern times, Elohim is a plural, meaning 'those' who came from the sky.)
I thought that the Elohim, being so advanced scientifically, needed a precise and universal language
and my reasoning was as follows; how does the order of the living structure itself? All that lives
(plants, animals, humans) is the result of the expression of the code contained in the DNA. Thus, it
became obvious to me that the Elohim used as elements of formation of their language, the elements
of formation of the order of the living: the amino acids!!!
In otherwords, Hebrew is a scientific language that can be used in genetic engeneering of DNA.
I had confirmation of this in the "Sefer Yetsirah" (Book of creation or formation), written between the 3rd and 6th century, a treaty on the origin of the universe and humanity. A very short text, less than 2000 words, written in a laconic and enigmatic style, which defied all the attempts to seize its significance. Briefly, it mentions how Elohim had used the numbers from 1 to 10 and the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet to create all living things. It also mentions that by understanding its structure, we could in our turn become creators, although on a lesser scale.
The Sefer Yetzirah refers to the 22 letters most often as otiyot yesod -- 'foundation letters.' In The Sefer Yetzirah itself therefore says of the letters, 'With them He depicted all that was formed, and all that would ever be formed'(2:2)
The first verse of the Torah confirms it: "bleep bara Elohim et ha-shamayim v'et ha-aretz. A traditional Kabbalistic reading of this passage is, "bleep bara Elohim ET [aleph-tav]" -- signifying, in other words, the entire aleph-bet. The primal forces contained in these letters (amino-acids) were then used as the instruments of all further creations. So Elohim used the aleph-bet from heavens as aleph-bet for Earth.
It was also believed that Elohim had purposely given humanity the chapters of the Torah out of order, because, if the text were read in the correct order, mortals would be able to work miracles and raise the deads and create life.
How to create life with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet?
If each Hebrew letter is equivalent to an amino acid then it is possible...
Until the comprehension of the structure of DNA (amino acids), nobody could understand how the Elohim could create life by simply combining the letters of the Hebrew alphabet, now we can: each Hebrew letter corresponds to an amino acid.
Thus, it proves that in their great wisdom, the Elohim gave a part of the DNA code (22 letters) to the smallest people, the Hebrews and the other part (64 codons) to the largest people, the Chinese.
Not surprising that all esoteric organizations used Hebraic letters having a intuition of their power of creation, which they did not understand; like the Tarot based on the 22 Hebrew letters. Obviously, it is not a divinatory art... but rather a leftover (for lack of science) of the power of creation of DNA, which one can ON LY understand today.
And as would say an Eloha geneticist... gives me your DNA and I will tell you who you are...