How the he tells us about God

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These are some the attributes:

  • Order or position in the alphabet: 5
  • A number value: 5
  • A meaning using notarikon (splitting it into smaller parts): A command ד not understood (returning vav ו goes part way), man, like a sheep hears, but doesn't understand
  • The meaning of it's name: aha!
  • The number of it's name: 6
  • The formation of the name: drawn to ה reconciliation א
  • The gate (a reversal gives an opposite sense): הא ↻ אה
  • Memory [1]:
He - Man is is drawn to God
He - Man is surprised by God
He - Man doesn't understand God's decrees
He - Man is separated from God by ignorance
He - Man does not yearn for God
  1. Memory - The source of the idea in this line comes from Jewish tradition which has not yet been traced to scripture.