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#32 The sum of the 10 Godname numbers is the number of yods in the Tree of Life with Type B triangles and in the Sri Yantra with Type A triangles

 

 

 636 yods in 16 Type B triangles of Tree of Life

636 hexagonal yods in 2-d Sri Yantra with Type A triangles


The sum of the Godname numbers of the 10 Sephiroth is 636. This is the number
of yods
 in the 16 Type B triangles of the Tree of Life other than their 10 corners.

636 hexagonal yods surround the centre of the 2-d Sri Yantra when its 43 triangles are constructed from tetractyses. The central bindu point is not shown in order to avoid creating the impression that it is a hexagonal yod that is included in the 636 black yods.

 

The Godnames of the 10 Sephiroth and their gematria number values are listed below:

Sephirah

Godname

Number value

 Kether  EHYEH

21 

 Chokmah  YAHWEH

26 

 Binah  ELOHIM

50

 Chesed  EL

31 

 Geburah  ELOHA

36 

 Tiphareth  YAHWEH ELOHIM

76 

 Netzach  YAHWEH SABAOTH

129 

 Hod  ELOHIM SABAOTH

153

 Yesod  EL CHAI

49 

 Malkuth  ADONAI

65

(taken from #7 in Sacred geometry/Tree of Life) 

The sum of the number values of the Godnames of the 10 Sephiroth is 636. This is also the number value of Rashith ha Gilgalim, the Mundane Chakra of Kether. A Type B triangle contains 46 yods (three corners, six hexagonal yods on its sides and 37 internal yods). When the 16 triangles of the Tree of Life are Type B triangles, it is composed of 636 yods other than the 10 corners of these triangles (see picture above on the left). A Type A triangle contains 19 yods (four corners of three tetractyses & 15 hexagonal yods). The 42 Type A triangles surrounding the centre of the Sri Yantra contain (42×3=126) corners of their 126 sectors and (42×15=630) hexagonal yods. 630 is the number value of Seraphim, the Order of Angels assigned to Geburah. For the 2-dimensional Sri Yantra, its central triangle cannot be regarded as a Type A triangle because the bindu (central point) then coincides with its centre, which eliminates its status as a real triangle whose area can be divided into three sectors. It cannot be regarded even as a tetractys, so that there is no hexagonal yod at its centre. Instead, the bindu is located there, although it is omitted from the diagram shown above so as not to create the wrong impression that it is a hexagonal yod that is included in the count of 636 such yods. However, two hexagonal yods can still be regarded as lining each of the three innermost, straight lines surrounding the bindu, so that the 2-d Sri Yantra is composed of 636 hexagonal yods (see also #2). This is the same number as the number of yods in the 16 Type B triangles making up the Tree of Life other than their 10 corners. Just as 636 extra yods are needed to build the Tree of Life from Type B triangles, so the same, extra number of hexagonal yods needs to be added to the 2-d Sri Yantra when the sectors of its triangles are constructed from tetractyses.

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