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#24 The inner Tree of Life encodes the ten Trees of Life mapping the ten dimensions of superstring space-time

 

520 yods in (7+7) polygons and 10 Trees of Life 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ten overlapping Trees of Life have 520 yods when their 124 triangles are turned into tetractyses. This is the number of yods outside the shared root edge of the (7+7) enfolded polygons. The inner Tree of Life encodes the ten-fold development of the outer Tree of Life. The ten Trees of Life map the ten dimensions of superstring space-time. The inner Tree of Life is like the DNA molecule in a cell: just as DNA determines the self-replication of the latter, so the inner Tree encodes the complete transformation of each Sephirah in the outer Tree of Life into a Tree, so that a single Tree becomes ten Trees.


Proof: The number of yods in n overlapping Trees of Life when their (12n+4) triangles with (6n+4) corners and (16n+6) sides are tetractyses ≡ Y(n) = 6n + 4 + 2(16n+6) + 12n + 4 = 50n + 20. Therefore, Y(10) = 520. The seven separate polygons have 295 yods (see here). When they become enfolded in one another, the four yods in each of seven sides become the four yods of their shared root edge. The right-hand corner of the triangle coincides with the centre of the hexagon, the right-hand corner of the pentagon becomes the centre of the decagon, two hexagonal yods on each sloping side of the triangle coincide with hexagonal yods on corresponding sides of a sector of the hexagon and the centre of the triangle coincides with the hexagonal yod at the centre of this sector. The number of yods in the seven enfolded polygons = 295 − 6×4 − 1 − 1 − 2×2 − 1 = 295 − 31 = 264. Outside the root edge are (264−4=260) yods in the seven enfolded polygons and (2×260=520) yods in the (7+7) enfolded polygons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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