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ARTICLE 23
by
Stephen M. Phillips
Flat 3, 32 Surrey Road South. Bournemouth. Dorset BH4 9BP. England.E-mail: stephen@smphillips.8m.comWebsite: http://www.smphillips.8m.com
Abstract
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The 2-dimensional, polygonal form of the inner Tree of Life consists of twoidentical sets of seven enfolded,regular polygons. Their beautifulproperties expressed in terms of the integers 1, 2, 3 & 4 symbolised by thePythagorean tetractys are prescribed by the Godnames assigned to theten Sephiroth of the outer Tree of Life. Constructed from 47 tetractyses,the seven enfolded polygons contain 264 yods. 120 yods lie on theboundaries of the polygons, inside of which are 144 yods. The 120 yodsshaping the inner form of the Tree of Life symbolise the 120 faces of the
120 Polyhedron
. The 144 internal yods symbolise the 144 faces of the
144 Polyhedron
inside the
120 Polyhedron
. Of the 15 Archimedeansolids, the rules of construction of polygons from tetractyses permit twopossible candidates for the former — the cuboctahedron and the truncatedcuboctahedron. Constructed from tetractyses, each is made up of 650yods. This is the number of yods other than polygonal corners that areassociated with the seven enfolded polygons when their sectors areconstructed from three tetractyses. The 48 vertices of the truncatedcuboctahedron makes it a natural candidate for the
144 Polyhedron
if the‘cones of light’ have as axes lines joining thesevertices to the centre of thesolid. The
120 Polyhedron
and the
144 Polyhedron
are the polyhedralexterior and interior of the inner Tree of Life — the cosmic blueprint.
 
 2The outer form of the Tree of Life (Fig. 1) is a 3-dimensional object consisting of 16triangles with 10 corners joined by 22 straight lines, where 10 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4, 16 = 4
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. The number of vertices, sides and triangles = 48. As we shallsee later, this is also a fundamental geometrical parameter of the inner form of the Treeof Life (Fig. 2), which consists of two identical sets of seven regular polygons — thetriangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, decagon and dodecagon. They areenfolded in one another so that they share a common edge called the ‘root edge.’ Whenthe 16 triangles of the outer Tree of Life are transformed into tetractyses, they contain70 yods. They denote degrees of freedom whose counterparts in the inner Tree of Lifeare the 70 corners of the polygons (Fig. 3).The outer and inner Tree of Life are analogous to the human cell and its nucleuscontaining the DNA that encodes its replication. They both embody ‘bits’ of informationFigure 1. The outer form of the Tree of Life.Figure 2. The inner Tree of Life.Figure 3. The 70 yods in the 16 tetractyses making up the outer Tree of Life have their counterpart in the inner Tree of Life as the70 corners of the two sets of seven enfolded regular polygons.= 70 =
 
 3of various kinds in the form of the different types of yods in the tetractyses from whichthey can be constructed. The polygons may be studied as separate objects. The1
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 yods on the boundaries of the seven enfolded polygons, i.e., 24 (= 1×2×3×4) such yodsdisappear in the enfolding. The seven centres of the separate polygons and the 144internal yods surrounding them become 144 yods inside the boundaries of the enfoldedTable 1polygons, that is, seven yods disappear in the enfolding. A total of (24 + 7 = 31) yodsdisappear in the enfolding of the seven polygons. 31 is the number value of El (“God”),Godname of Chesed (Table 1), showing how it prescribes the properties of the inner Tree of Life. The 96 corners of both sets of separate polygons become 70 corners of the 14 enfolded polygons, that is, 26 corners disappear in the enfolding. According toTable 1, 26 is the number value of Yahweh, Godname of Chokmah. There are288 = 1
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+ 4
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= 1!×2!×3!×4!3 5 7 911 13 15 1719 21 23 2527 29 31 33yods inside both sets of polygons. This illustrates how the properties of the inner Treeof Life are expressed in terms of the Pythagorean integers 1, 2, 3 & 4.The number of yods in the seven enfolded polygons = 144 + 120 = 264. There are 260yods outside the root edge. This is the number of yods in 26 tetractyses. It is powerfulSephirah Godname Number valueKether Ehyeh 21Chokmah Yah 15Yahweh 26Binah Elohim 50Chesed El 31Geburah Eloha 36Tiphareth Yahweh Elohim 76Netzach Yahweh Sabaoth129Hod Elohim Sabaoth 153Yesod El Chai 49Malkuth Adonai 65144 =120 = 4×(1 + 2 + 3 + 4) =(33 = 1! + 2! + 3! + 4!)=

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