Halonomics is a form of the term Halo (חלו) coined by Carl Johan Calleman in The Purposeful Universe in which Halos similar to spheres are generated by the tree of life form holons (חולון) in a nested hierarchy or organizations of life that are microcosmic reflections of macrocosmic wave forms, in line with Arthur Koestler and what could be called holonomics that is the universe is formed as a nested hierarchy of holonic structures that are whole in themselves and yet interconnected. Halonomics further refines and defines the source of the holographic (-חולו) model of David Bohm and Karl Pribram as the central axis or cosmic tree of life which generates quantized polarized wave forms generating an orderly universe. Halonomic writing integrates pre-formed platonic archetypical topology with relative occupants, in the form of graphemes whether characters, symbols, letters or geometrical shapes centered upon the construct of the Hebrew Alphabet Path-Interval Interconnections.
“All statements about learning and memory should attach quantitative values to definite positions in a space-time coordinates.”
The first basic layout of the Universal Syphers™ is to use the decadic system of counting spread over a topological background of coordinated spatial geometry. Of the earliest known devises for decadic based spatial geometry is the Jewish Cabalah (כבלה), but this system alone is filled with vagueness and limitations, but is made fuller and more akin to the original conceptual conveyance with the Universal Syphers™ and assisted with modern scientific and technological advances. Decadic means of the system (group) of base ten and in the Jewish Cabalah, the ten is referred to as the sepheroth (ספרות); literally: “the numbers,” of the first through tenth coefficients and transliterated as the enumerations.
The ten enumerations of the first through the tenth called sepheroth historically are spread in a schematic type or tree diagram superstructure in two basic architectural structures with various formats all constructing the superpuzzle. The historical difficulty with this in the past was that there was no particular method to determine the absolute verifiable layout of the Sepheroth’s ten enumerations. But now, due to the proliferation of broadcasting and availability of knowledge brought about by the information age through multiple mediums and the cross cultural exchange of knowledge through the computer and the World Wide Web there is a way to determine a verifiable spatial geometric layout of the schematic type tree diagram for the sepherothic enumerations.
Heavenly or Ten Stems
This is accomplished by comparing the sepheroth with another existent decadic system that is used by over a quarter of the world’s population, the Chinese system called the heavenly or celestial stems (天干) and also known as the ten stems (十干). Whether these two systems developed independently of each other or borrowed elements of each other through historical cultural exchange over the ages doesn’t affect the fact that each lends insight to the other and bringing about for a new age what can now be called the Universal Syphers™.
Enumerations and Heavenly Stems
The Universal Syphers™ also makes possible a halonomic diagrammatic theory of everything finally possible and a new paradigm in learning and the way information is stored. The first clue to determine the sacred geometric location of the first Hebrew sepherah enumeration Chether (כתר) is to consider the first Chinese celestial stem Jia (甲), which is scientifically verifiable as having a WuXing (五行) correlation of an eastern coordinate. So if we where to make a map of the cardinal directions for the ten enumerations, we would start with Chether (כתר)-Jia (甲) as located somewhere in the east relative to the other Sepherothic (ספרות) enumerations or celestial stems (十干).
This in and of itself is a significant discovery since all traditional Sepherothic formations schematically are mapped with Chether oriented toward the top or North. To further verify this simple yet dramatic discovery we shall take a look at the second and third sepherah (ספרה) enumerations in relationship to the celestial stems (十干). The second sepherah enumeration is Chockmah (חכמה) and the second celestial stem is Yi or Nie (乙) which is also considered with an eastern orientation according to the ancient Chinese cyclic character numeral system of celestial stems in association with the concepts of yin and yang and the five element system called WuXing in traditional Chinese philosophy first used during the Shang Dynasty. So we now have two eastern oriented Sepherothic-stems and keeping that in mind for a moment, we shall examine the third sepherah enumeration Binah (בינה) and the third celestial stem Bing (丙), which do both have a fairly significant phonemic cognate relationship of both having the same initial phoneme Bin’.
This for a cross cultural; Hebrew versus Chinese, and cross temporal; hundreds if not thousands of years of history, and both being decadic systems does lead to the conclusion that somewhere and sometime in history these two systems crossed paths. Continuing our examination of sepherah Binah (בינה) and the celestial stem Bing (丙), we find that Bing is South in the yin and yang of the five element system of philosophy, and not only that but as well the literal meaning of Bing in Chinese is “South.” Now let’s see what we have gathered so far, we know that Sepheroth Chether and Hockmah (חכמה) when compared to the celestial stems of Jia (甲) and Nie (乙) both have an eastern orientation and that the third sepherah Binah (בינה) when compared to the celestial stem Bing (丙) yields a southern orientation.
Columns or Pillars Orientation
What are we to make of these three sepheroth-stems in placing them in some sort of diagram whereby a verifiable geometric coordination is established? Well, let’s put a few more ingredients into the mix. We know that traditionally the ten sepheroth are arranged in three columns or pillars encompassing three, four and three sepheroth each respectively. But if the Universal Syphers™ arrangement is accurate then we cannot have sepherah Chether (כתר) at the top; North, since according to our findings Sepherah Chether (כתר) a.k.a. celestial stem Jia (甲) tells us the first Sepherah-stem must be in the east. Further taking into consideration that Sepherah Chether (כתר) is in the middle column or pillar, the only way to have Sepherah Chether in the East is to rotate the traditional schematic tree diagram of the sepheroth ninety degrees with Sepherah (ספרה) Chether (כתר) in the East or right hand side of the diagram. This is similar to the modern difference between portrait view and landscape view in computing terms, with the landscape view actually the originally intended view as exemplified by the most ancient original pictographic writing orientation of the Sumerians before being turned by ninety degrees counterclockwise, forming the later orientated pictographic Sumerian writing that is actually called “turned;” into a portrait view for each pictograph or ideograph.
Thus the first three Sepherah orientate with Chether (כתר)/Jia (甲) as the middle column or pillar in a landscape view easterly orientated making the second Sepherah enumeration Chockmah (חכמה)/Yi or Nie (乙), what was the left pillar in the portrait view, now the top column or pillar in the landscape view with Chokmah/Nie oriented to the north-east, still in the east according to the WuXing (五行) and the third Sepherah Binah (בינה)/Bing (丙), what was the right pillar in the portrait view, now the bottom column or pillar in the landscape view with Binah/Bing oriented to the south-east, still in the south according to the WuXing (五行) orientation with the remaining seven Sepherah following in ordination.