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'He and His attributes are One.'

In Kabbalah God has ten attributes, named Sefirot (Sefira, singular; Sefirot, plural.) causally interrelated with each other in a hierarchical network structure named Tree of Life (ToL) (see the diagram). 

 

God thinks, acts and manifests Himself through the ToL, and His mind is distributed across of all Sefirot which form an unity.God thinks, acts and manifests Himself through the Sefirotic Tree of LIfe, and His mind is composed of all Sefirot which form together with her relationships a unity.

 

A God creation of any entity (e. g., a universe) is conceived as an unfolding process produced by all the Sefirot in coordination, since the highest level Sefira, named Keter, that desires to create that entity, until the lowest level Sefira, Malkut, which will contain the created entity, passing before by all intermediary levels Sefirot which contribute in specific ways to bring that entity to existence.

 

Just before to reach Malkut phase, the entity exists in the God's mind, in the Sefira Yesod, as a potential being, ready to be actualized and become an integral part of the Malkut.  

 

In Malkut, finally the entity is a temporal being that is sustained by all ToL and evolves according the God’s original goal for it.

A diagram of the Sefirotic Tree of Life. 

G* : A Model of the God's Mind

 

Based on the Sefirotic Tree of Life we built a model of the Mind of God, named G* (G star), which creates and operates on semiotic networks to create universes acting through his attributes which are models of the Sefirot, named G*Sefirot.

 

The G*Sefirot allows us to develop abstract mathematical structures which can be created, maintained and transformed by G* through multi-angel systems (see video). From these structures we can understand how G* creates and sustains a universe.

 

Our approach is absolutely general and scientific. Our methodology starts with simple abstract structures to understand complex natural phenomena as for instance, a quantum field.

As we are working with models, which are imperfect representations of the reality, we can improve them continuously.

Video: Example of an abstract dynamic field in a semiotic network in the G*Sefira of Malkut produced by a multi-angel system resulting of joint action of all G*Sefirot, partially coordinated.

Sefirotic 'Tree of Life'