|[GR] > The Number 11: Where? Hid.|
And the LORD God called unto Adam, and said unto him,
Where art thou? 10And he said, I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid,
because I was naked; and I hid myself.
The word translated as "Where art thou?" is from the root "ai" - pronounced "ee", meaning "where?" The
answer is given in the next verse, from the mouth of Adam:
| = 11 =
This integrates with the general themes based on Kaph (11th Letter) through the idea of Covering (hiding
with the palm of the hand).
The actual word written, translated as "where art thou?" is Aiakah, a pun on the Hebrew name of
Lamentations, the second book on Spoke 3. Likewise, this
verse records the first time that the Lord God called unto a human, which links to the Hebrew name of
Leviticus. Thus, the names of both Old Testament books on Spoke 3 first appear in
Genesis 3. This is an
example of how all the major themes of Spoke 3 emerge from Genesis 3.
|The Number 11|
Where? [Gen 3.9]
Hide, Secretly [Gen 3.10]
Feast [Ex 23.15]
Earth [S# 1093]
Isle(s) [S# 339]
Alas! [S# 162]
Woe! Alas! [S# 1930]
Evil Report, Slander [S# 1681]
Firebrand [Zec 3.2]
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