Originally posted by EverythingYouKnowIsWrong
I look forward to more info about the deciphering process
The first step is assigning integers 0-9 to the circles representing the 10 Sephirot, connecting the 22 channels of the Ari-Gra Sephirot. A picture
of a similar technique is found
here. Note, for the tenth one at the bottom of
the tree, 10, I substituted 0. Also, each of the 22 channels connecting the 10 Sephirot circles corresponds to a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. One
possible arrangement of letters is found
here. This image has an 11th Sephirot circle, called
Da'at. This circle, or emanation, is an additional emanation under some systems. I did not use such a system, rather I used the Ari-Gra Sephirot
arrangement of letters on the channels, which is the same as the picture, just without 11th circle. So, in summary, there are ten circles, each
assigned an integer value, 0-9.
Look again at the link to the Sephirot above with the numbers included, but no letters on the channels. In my process, I replaced the 10 in the
circle at the bottom with 0. As you can see, there are 22 channels connecting the 10 circles. Each of these channels corresponds to a letter of the
Hebrew alphabet as shown in the other link above showing the Ari-Gra arrangment that I used for this experiment. An interesting open question is why
the Gra used such an arrangement, because the arrangement yields such interesting results when applied to the Fibonacci 1237 numbers.
When pondering this arrangement of letters, and the distribution of the integers 0-9 among the 10 circles (and thinking I was being inspired by higher
ones), I had the Eureka! moment and realized that since any given channel on the Sephirot tree connects 2 circles, and a channel represents a letter,
it is possible to identify each channel (or letter) as the two digit pair of corresponding circles or endpoints connected by each channel.
Look again at the link to the Sephirot with the numbers for an example. The top circle is 1, then next circle to the lower right below is 2 and the
next circle to the lower left is 3. The 2 circle and the 3 circle are connected horizontally. The three channels formed by connecting the 1, 2, and
3 circles are represented by three letters, as shown on the other link to the Sephirot.
Thus, the following can be discerned:
The channel between 1 and 2 is represented by the letter He (using the phonetic spelling of the letter, shown
here).
Channel 1 and 3 is Vav.
Channel 2 and 3 is Shin.
Given the string of integers 12 or 21, and applying the above, yields the letter He. For 13, or 31, the corresponding letter is Vav. For 23 or 32,
the corresponding letter is Shin.
Therefore, any string of integers can be decoded into the corresponding hebrew letters using the above technique. Of course, looking again at the
numbers of the circles, not all integer pairs make up a channel. For instance, 51 or 15 are not directly connected. So, given an integer with 51 or
15 in it, those integer pairs are ignored as they cannot be decoded.
After discovering this technique of decoding integer strings using the Kabbalah Sephirot or Tree of Life, I had found a way to interpret the 23
Fibonacci 1237 numbers. I had a strong intuitive feeling that I was to find something powerfully spiritual in the numbers. The decoding technique,
as well as the technique to obtain the 23 1237 numbers, were epiphanies that popped into my head when manic, when my mind was racing with thoughts,
and I felt like I was communing with angels and/or God. So, as a continuation of that, I felt sure that I was to find a coherent message in the 1237
numbers.
I went through the first five numbers and decoded them into the hebrew letters.
[edit on 4-3-2009 by greenorbs]