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The Ten Decimals are the Ten Commandments

The ten commandments are numerically the ten decimals: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

0 = The First Commandment

1 = The Second Commandment

2 = The Third Commandment

3 = The Forth Commandment

4 = The Fifth Commandment

5 = The Six Commandment

6 = The Seventh Commandment

7 = The Eight Commandment

8 = The Ninth Commandment

9 = The Tenth Commandment

The sum of the ten decimals is equal to 45.

0 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 = 45

4 and 5 are the two stone tables on which the ten commandments are written.

4 = First Stone Tablet

5 = Second Stone Tablet

4 is the four books of the Gospel and 5 is the five books of the Torah.

The four books of the Gospel are Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. And the four books of the Torah are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

The Gospel and the Torah are numerically equal to 6 and 5.

6 (Gospel) = Six Letters
5 (Torah) = Five Letters

The sum of the Gospel and the Torah is numerically equal to 11.

Gospel + Torah = 6 + 5
                            = 11

11 = 10 + 01
      = Ten Sefirot + Malkuth

10 (the ten sefirot) is the ten commandments and 01 (Malkuth) is the source or origin of the ten commandments. The source is the seed and the ten sefirot constitute the tree that came out of the seed. Since the ten sefirot are the ten decimals and the ten decimals are the ten commandments, the tree is the Law.

The Law is about judgement, which means that the tree represented by the ten decimals is the tree of judgement (the tree of the knowledge of good and evil). It was under this tree the world was scheduled to face judgement starting from Revelation 6 (666).



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