### Cubic Structure of a Week

The six square facets of the cube are the seven days in a week. Sunday is the square facet facing up, Saturday is the square facet facing down, and the other four square facets are equal to Saturday. Saturday is NEWS (the four cardinal points), which are the four remaining days of the week.

Saturday is the sum of the following remaining four days:
1. Monday
2. Tuesday
3. Wednesday
4. Thursday
In other words, the four facets of the cube or the four cardinal points are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

In Christianity, Sunday is the square facet facing up or the future light cone, Friday is the square facet facing down or the past light cone, and Saturday is the hypersurface of the present. In Islam, Sunday is the square facet facing down or the past light cone, Friday is the square facet facing up or the future light cone, and Saturday is the hypersurface of the present.

Recall that the hypersurface of the present is the perfect square made up of four squares. The hypersurface of the present is Saturday, and the four squares are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Saturday = Monday + Tuesday + Wednesday + Thursday

Note: the seven days in a week are the seven spirits of God in the Holy of Holies (the cube).

Since each face or facet of the cube is a square, and a square is made up of four sides, the four days are equal to sixteen sides of the cube.

Four Facets = Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurday and Friday
= 4 Days

A day (a facet) = A Square (4 Sides)

Therefore,

4 Facets (4 Days) = 4 × 4 Sides
= 16 Sides

The sixteen sides are equal to the Perfect Square (the four square).

Perfect Square: "The city was perfectly square, as wide as it was long"                                                                              (Revelation 21:16) "GNT"

Foursquare: "And the city lieth foursquare, and the length is as large as the breadth"                                                   (Revelation 21:16) "KJV"

Foursquare = 42 (Perfect Square)
= 4  4 Sides
= 16 Sides

The six facets of the cube are the six sides or six points of the six-pointed star of the carpet page on the front cover of the Leningrad Codex.

The Leningrad Codex, in extraordinarily pristine condition after a millennium, also provides an example of medieval Jewish art. Sixteen of the pages contain decorative geometric patterns that illuminate passages from the text. The carpet page shows a star with the names of the scribes on the edges and a blessing written in the middle. (Wikipedia)
Sixteen of the pages contains decorative geometric patterns: sixteen of the pages contain Sacred Geometries.

The eight vertices of the cube are the eight sides of the octagon surrounding the hexagram or the six-pointed star on the front cover of the Leningrad Codex, and the sixteen sides are the sixteen circles.

A Side = A Circle
= A Page

16 Sides = 16 Circles
= 16 Pages

The Octagon on the front cover of the Leningrad Codex is made up of two squares; the perfect square is the product of the two squares. This means that the image on the fron cover of the Leningrad Codex is the cubic structure of a week, and a week is equal to the New Jerusalem (the Holy of Holies).