BECAUSE its signs outline the physics of transformation.
In English, A is spelled A; B, is spelled B. In Hebrew, A is named Aleph, which functions as a glyph (A) and also as a word spelled by letters ALP and meaning “ox,” or primal energy. B is spelled Beth, a word meaning “house.” Moreover, every letter is also a number: Aleph (A) is 1, Beth (B) is 2. Gimel (C) is 3. Since everything in life can be represented and understood by way of numbers, graphing the numbers of any system (including the way my mind works) will
cause patterns to begin to emerge…
This is where having the resilience of S/Hebrew as a fool-proof numerical alphabet goes a long way to help me know myself.
Aleph (A) is the symbol of the absolute void, at once everything and nothing. Let’s imagine for now that I identify to Aleph – that I am Aleph! From a purely physical viewpoint, I Aleph don’t move, as there is no motion in the void. I can’t fall either: where would I go? For me to rotate (or change), I must have a reference point, with whom to fall in love and to fail at LOVE. Twin flame and sign Beth (B) volunteers as the first action symbol. As a word, Beth means “house” or that which divides inside from outside. It thus invokes limits and also and foremost words as the ultimate boundaries. When Aleph is the silence of pure awareness, Beth is the consciousness that creates as it speaks. Aleph is 1. Beth is 2: will I remain true to myself as I decide and thus divide or will I go into the illusion of separation?
The S/Hebrew alphabet may just be the Law of Laws –
the 0/1 law that has no law…
The word “alphabet” itself is Aleph-Beth asking me: what would happen to my karma if I could wait and stay in between Aleph’s silence and Beth’s speech?