The first verse of the Bible is probably the most read document in history and there are amazing things that can be done with it in Hebrew, geometrically and numerically (Gematria). I actually came up with 159 patterns, from the first verse to the whole Torah, but mostly about the first verse or first word. 10 might be coincidence, but 159 is hard to come by. They are in 52 categories.
Joseph Smith said the Torah originally began with its second letter R. Half of the patterns work with the first letter B only. Virtually all the other half work with either B or R to start. I think this book presents a case for believing in Joseph Smith. It also indicates that I'm doing something right with all these patterns. I have started a Hebrew Bible grammar class, but this is beforehand.
Some of the patterns seem like Jews may have created them, but some just seem impossible. You will have to decide. I want to convince you and that is my goal. But I don't even know. Someone might have had an insight that branches out into numberless patterns to create the Torah.
I got a Master's degree from BYU and studied a lot of Hebrew but am not too familiar with the actual language. BYU had the biggest library for a University in America. I got the tools I needed to do these things from there and web sites like Stan Tenen's.
In the last century I saw a geometry/Gematria pattern and thought it must be God or later Aliens. I had no idea that one day I would create 159 of my own! Since there are so many, I feel I must be doing something right.
For those seeking a fun way to believe very strongly in a higher power, which can help many people, this book is for you. I have my own style, but this book is quite undeniable. Think of all the good it can do to just believe in a higher power. You will have reasons for it too.
You can still choose right and wrong. These are not signs. The surface text is incredible too. People make inferences. These are just advanced ones. You are not putting the word of God to the test. In fact you are living by the word of God. Studying Genesis in ancient times was considered a burnt offering. This type of burnt offering is still acceptable I think. Jews believe that a deep understanding of life like this is necessary for the afterlife, but I am not a Jew. I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
In fact, the idea is if you see a pattern, it suggests something about God. Because of its unlikeliness that gives you motivation to believe. Then you can learn about God. You are welcome to interpret them differently than me. I would encourage to look at it holistically.
I would like to share them with you and maybe you can help me share them with others! I think they are fun and a great way to believe in a higher power!
I believe I have been gifted to do these patterns. A handful don't work perfectly which I state; a few may seem goofy; but I can promise more than enough good, dare I say awesome, solid ones that are truly amazing (I would say at least 150 even though some are simple)!
We have a relationship between the pronunciation and spelling of the first two letters, square roots in a pattern, continually subtracting letters from each other to get to one number, 1/a+1/b+1/c..., a/b+b/c+c/d..., a turning pattern where the letter numbers tell how far to go before each turn, two dodecahedrons, a maze, a dreidel, and brownian motions in different dimensions that point to each other to reveal their order of complexity. Also, what I believe is a world record for pi to the 13th digit.
It would be very difficult to predict these scientifically before testing them. I think there's a pattern of being "kosher" for what you can find and what you can't. I think obeying the ten commandments unfolds the Torah for you. Even though I have mentioned only the ones that work, it is still amazing. Many that I wanted to work did. Sometimes an error spurred me on to think deeper about a pattern. I hope you like it.