Samaria in Base Ten

Mathematically, Samaria is a decimal number system; the Hindu-Arabic number system (also Arabic number system) comprised of the following ten digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9. Each number is a tribe, such that the ten digits are the ten tribes constitute the kingdom of Israel (the northern kingdom).

The United Monarchy, made up of the twelve tribes of Israel, was Yinyang (the tree of life). Yinyang was divided into Yin and Yang the moment the prophet Ahija tore his new cloak into twelve pieces and gave ten pieces to Jeroboam.

'He said to Jeroboam, "Take ten pieces for yourself, for this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: 'see, I am going to tear the kingdom out of Solomon's hand and give you ten tribes."' (1 Kings 11:31) "NIV"

He: Ahija

Ten tribes: ten digits

The ten "different" numbers constitute the Yin (the tree of the knowledge of good and evil). Yin is an optical double made up of two stars that are far apart. Optical doubles are false binaries known as 'Yin Yang'. True binaries are Yinyang.

'Yin Yang' = Yin (optical binaries)
                   = 10 Tribes (10 Digits)
                   = Base-10

Yinyang = Yang (binary stars)
                = 2 Tribes (2 Digits)
                = Base-2

Since the ten digits are the ten sefirot, the ten sefirot are the ten tribes of the Kingdom of Israel (Samaria). This means that in base-10 the ten sefirot are equal to the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

10 Sefirot: Ten Tribes (10 Digits)

Therefore, the ten tribes of the kingdom of Israel are the following ten sefirot with the corresponding numbers assigned to them: Keter (0), Chokmah (1), Binah (2), Da'at (3), Chesed (4), Gevurah (5), Tiferet (6), Netzach (7), Yod (8) and Yesod (9).