"Thinking which does not start from and continue in close relation to its foundations in the physical universe must lead to falsity." - Alvin Boyd Kuhn
The letter "I" is the spiritual-masculine first half of the great 10 symbol. It's in the alphabet and language because it is a symbol of the divine mind principle. "Loth", the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is the king letter and shares it's meaning with i and 10 (or any multiple thereof) which is a symbol for the word "God" itself. Phi shares this meaning.
Its Hebrew name is YOD (YODH) and means the "hand of God." Its hieroglyphic counterpart is a candle flame, bent momentarily as if blown by a gentle puff of air. This is God breathing upon the latent creative fires of atomic energy. It is suggested in Genesis that God brooded over the dark waters or great deep. M and N are the water letters in most languages. The Hebrew word for water is "mem" (of which the cursive looks like an English, N) and this is also the reason the English word "money" is always associated with water. (ie, liquidation, cash flow, curren(t)cy)
Water is the symbol of physical matter, as matter in the cosmos and water on the earth are the common universal mothers of life. Since matter contains all latent creation, God blows upon this latent fire to enflame it for creative work. This is indicated in the bent candle flame of the yod.
Ten is esoterically called the "perfect number." In the highest possible sense it is the number that rounds out or perfects a cycle of creation, The yod then stands for that divine creative fire that forges worlds into the shape prefigured in the divine mind.
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