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A compendium of mathematical and Religious coincidence. Aside from One, two has been the most difficult of all the numbers to expound; and perhaps the deepest of all the mysteries in the world is how it emerged from the One. For example, in the Hebrew language there is not a separate set of numbers, but every letter is represented as a number. Everything that can be summed up in a word will likewise have a numerical value which falls into the realm of Gematria. The etymology of the world Gematria stems from a ...
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Overview

A compendium of mathematical and Religious coincidence. Aside from One, two has been the most difficult of all the numbers to expound; and perhaps the deepest of all the mysteries in the world is how it emerged from the One. For example, in the Hebrew language there is not a separate set of numbers, but every letter is represented as a number. Everything that can be summed up in a word will likewise have a numerical value which falls into the realm of Gematria. The etymology of the world Gematria stems from a Greek word meaning geometry. It can also be compounded with the word for writing. It is the system of relating words with similar numerical values in a show of harmony between math and nature. Unity can only be manifested by the Binary. Buddha said that Unity itself and the idea of Unity are already two, as if to say that duality is very glue of our reality, and apart from it the 'One' is incomprehensible, timeless, and boundless. Everything abides in it, including the 'One'.
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  • BN ID: 2940013344310
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 9/11/2011
  • Series: Science of One , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 1,005 KB

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A Christian explorer and fanatical researcher who pushed himself to the edge of madness in the chaos of trying to understand the Universe through science and religion. Through insomnia, long hours of meditation, asceticism, and learning Hebrew, philosophy, theology, psychology, hypnotism, and theoretical physics- The Science of One: the hidden connection has become the latest in epistemic science.
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