The autocorrelation of the text of Genesis makes use of a special arrangement of the Hebrew letters. Using the "base-3 count" of each letter, which can be understood as its position in the 3x3x3 "Rubik's Cube" arrangement of the 27-letter Hebrew alphabet, one can derive the four "symmetry groups" actually used for the autocorrelation, as shown in the posters below.
in the Hebrew Alphabet Matches
the Front-Back / Base-3 Symmetry Groups
A 3-lobed arrangement showing how the symmetry groups are derived
An alternate means of deriving the four symmetry groups.
The Hebrew Alphabet displays additional structure when arranged on various geometric and topological forms.
An Explanation for
the Triple Tagin: The Shushon Flower
Arrangement of the 27 Letters of the Hebrew Alphabet:
When the letters are arranged on the 24 edges and 3 internal diagonals of a cubeoctahedral frame, the
letters with triple crowns count out a tetrahedral coordinate system and a spin axis.
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The essay and posters in this section section demonstrate and explain various ways that the letters of Genesis I.1 can be autocorrelated. An early version of an autocorrelation pattern for Genesis I.3 is also included.
Symmetry Woven into the First Verse of the Hebrew Text of Genesis
This article explains the AABA "Woven" pattern found in the first verse, and also
the method by which the toroidal "autocorrelation pattern" of the letters of the first verse was derived.
Genesis and Sefer Yetzirah (pdf)
A discussion of how the ambiguous meaning of the supposed word, B'limah, which opens the Sefer Yetzirah,
is unambiguously and elegantly resolved by reference to the autocorrelation patterns of the first verse of Genesis.
Hierarchical Structure of the Five Books and The Internal Structure
An expanding hierarchy with the structure of an unfurling vortex funnel
The Many Words of
the First Verse of Genesis
25 November 2001
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