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Chapter Seven


The topic or the main topics of the chapter coincide with the etymological topic of the name of number Seven: the physical, the material generation, vivification; the physical, the material becoming. All the ideas related to making, vivifying, fecundating, creating physical reality; to carry out the development, the physical growth. The topic of the name of number seven is almost always present also in the verse seven, seventeen and twenty-seven of each chapter. As the numbers and measurements of time, days, months and years, have a double faculty of expression, when the text requires for it, they are translated with the meaning of their names.



Translation with etymological dictionary

7.1 Thus IHOAH said to the individual existence: Come thou, in all that composing thy inner part, in the becoming; because I have seen, in thy vital disposition, the universalized subdivision of me.

King James Bible

7:1 And the LORD said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation.




And He said




To the individual existence


Come, become the essence of thee



And all that which composes thine interior, internal, intrinsic,


Through the become


Because the essence of thee


I have seen


qyd       ac

Come, born from the subdivision, fragment [1]


According my being, feature, guise, semblance


In the disposition of the life



[1] See also Gen. 6.9.





7.2 Of every less prolific animal thou will take to thee by sevens, the being and its faculty; and of the animal that are prolific in reproduction by two, the being and its faculty.

7:2 Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female.



Of all


The quadruped


 rh      wj       aj

The less prolific


Thou shalt take to thee






 vy   a

The being [1]


And its faculty


And of the quadruped


Which (is)




Less prolific






The being


And its faculty

[1] D’Olivét’ note: “  Atvaw  vya  the-very-principle and-the-volitive-intellectual faculty-its own. Here is a decisive passage which makes one of the most astounding incoherences, one of the strongest physical contradictions, disappear from the narrative of Moses. For if the thebah was really a boat, as the translators leave it to be understood, of only three hundred cubits in length, fifty in breadth, and thirty in height, I ask how the terrestrial and aerial animals, by sevens of the pure and by twos of the impure, could lodge there? How could the provisions necessary for this innumerable multitude of famished beasts be placed therein, both during all the time of their sojourn in the boat, and during that time when, even after their going out, the earth, ravaged by the deluge, could offer them none? Has one ever considered how much so many carnivorous animals would consume; the tremendous quantity of animals that would be required for their nourishment, and the amount of herbs, or of grain necessary for those even which must be devoured to sustain the others? Obviously a physical impossibility. But Moses was not unlearned. The instructions that he had received in the sanctuaries of Egypt were not nonsense, and the particular inspiration which animated him did not lead him to absurdities. I believe I have had the pleasure of giving several times evident proof of it. I repeat that it is always as translator and not as commentator, that I have done so. These are not my ideas that I am giving; these are his own that I am restoring. Whatever may be the thebah, sacred storehouse of Nature given over to the repose of existence, whose mystery can never be wholly divulged, it is at least certain that it is not a boat, properly so-called. It is a place of refuge, an inaccessible retreat, where elementary life itself, is concentrated during great catastrophes, cataclysms and conflagrations which the universe undergoes. When the fountains of the deep rise in tempestuous violence covering and ravaging the earth, the principle and the efficient volitive faculty of all the beings of the animal, aerial or terrestrial kingdom, must be united there in that holy thebah. Now, what is a principle? What is an efficient volitive faculty? A principle is that which constitutes the being such as it is in general; for example, that which makes the lamb not a wolf: the hind, not a panther; the bull, not a hippopotamus. A principle produces its efficient faculty in the same manner that fire produces heat. It is by the action of its faculty that every principle is individualized: for every faculty reproducing in its turn its principle, in the same manner that heat produces fire, multiplies the being by a sort of division. It is the efficient faculty which manifesting the principle, causes, for example, the bear not to be inclined in the same fashion as a rabbit; a sparrow hawk as a dove; a rhinocerous as a gazelle. It is by its efficient volitive faculty emanated from its principle that every being conforms exteriorly. The naturalists who have assumed that the tiger was tiger because he had teeth, claws, stomach and intestines, fashioned in a particular way, have spoken thoughtlessly and without understanding. They might have done better by saying, that the tiger had those teeth, claws, stomach and intestines because he was tiger, that is to say, because his efficient volitive faculty constituted him such. It is not the instrument which gives the will, but the will the instrument. The compass no more makes geometry, than the dagger makes the assassin, or the violin the virtuoso. These men can use these things to help themselves but their will must always have precedence over the usage. Moses expresses as usual, the principle of being and its efficient volitive faculty by the words  vya  and  tva  I have given the etymology and the hieroglyphic meaning of both. It is unnecessary for me to repeat. To ask why his translators have not rendered these important expressions, is vain repetition: it is asking on the one hand, why they have not wished to betray the mysteries of the Sepher, knowing them; or, on the other, why not knowing them they have not betrayed them. The Hellenists have distorted the Mosaic phrase in saying here (greek font), male and female, because they knew or ought to have known that  vya  and  tva  never had that signification: but could they do otherwise? Could they expose for destruction all that they had done? Rather than to disclose the true meaning of this expression, or to become ridiculous by continuing to see there man and woman, they preferred to copy the Samaritan which had solved the difficulty in reading (samaritan font) male and female, without concerning themselves whether these words, analogous to the Hebraic words  hbqnw  rkz  were not announced further on as a warning not to confuse them. I have already said that these interpreters preferred to be accused of incoherences and contradictions, than to violate the mysteries of Moses. As to Saint Jerome, he could not deviate on this occasion from the meaning of the Hellenists, without disturbing their version entirely and without inopportunely shedding light on this conscious reticence.”





7.3 Also of the winged of the sky, by seven, the male and the female, to do exist the seed upon all the earth.

7:3 Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male and the female; to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth.




; @A[ôme

Of the winged


Of the sky








And female


To do exist


The seed


On the face of


All the earth





7.4 For in this seventh day I give motion, on the earth, to the physical increase of the matter and to the physical increase of life, closed and enveloped in its essence; and I will give birth to the existence, that I have made to my likeness.

7:4 For yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the earth forty days and forty nights; and every living substance that I have made will I destroy from off the face of the earth.






In the days



Of the present period


Of the physical and material fecundation, vivification




 ra    ay    jm

I cause the impulse, the motion to the potential faculties of the things [1]


On the earth


Of the physical and material increase, multiplication



Of the visible manifestation of the matter (Day)


And of the physical and material increase, multiplication


(Of the constitutive elements of life in their) contracted existence, closed and enveloped [2]


 wx     am     m

And I will make the existence, I will generate the existence, I will form the existence, I will produce the existence, I will cause the existence, I will fecundate the existence, I will give birth to the existence [3]


 ~wq     wq

To the essence of any consistency, subsistence; any existence in substance [4]




I have made




The look of


The likeness

[1] The same word in Gen. 2.5, the rain.

[2] The name Night is the feature by with which God, in Gen. 1.5, defines the state of the life, folded and contracted, in its constitutive principles. See Gen. 1.5.

[3] See  also Gen. 6.7; 7.23.

[4] D’Olivét’ note: “  ~Wqyh  standing-plastic-nature. The root  Wq  characterizes in general, indefinite material extent, a thing indeterminate, obtuse, vague. The verb which is formed of it  hWq  expresses the action of stretching, of extending, of being carried toward an object; the action of forming a desire, emitting a sound, etc. The same root  Wq  having assumed the sign of exterior and plastic action, in  ~Wq  signifies as noun, a substance, in general, an extensive thing, a material object; as verb, it presents the action of existing materially, of subsisting, of being clothed with form and substance, of being formed, of coagulating, of rising with force, of opposing, etc. These various significations which, as one can see, have their source in the extent or in the indefinite material substance, of which the root  wq  is the symbol, are united in the word  ~wqy  by the sign of potential manifestation  y  which here adds the sense that I give it of substance or of plastic, substantial nature. This word, however, not being expressible by any analogue, must be considered carefully. The Chaldean paraphrast has preserved it in its integrity; but the Samaritan has deemed proper to change it, and has substituted (samaritan font) which, coming evidently from the root  !wm  or  !ym  signifies that which constitutes the form, the mien of things. The Hellenists in rendering this word by (greek font), resurrection, have had a very singular idea. Saint Jerome has not followed them in this instance; he has translated it simply “substantiam” the substance.”





7.5 And the individual existence was shaped in conformity with IHOAH’s dispositions.

7:5 And Noah did according unto all that the LORD commanded him.



And he did


The individual existence


According to all


That had prescribed, ordering, directing, leading; impressing a movement to him







7.6 The individual existence was the emanation proportioned and completed for its mutation from one state to another, when the expansion of the matter was upon the earth.

7:6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.



And the individual existence



(Was) the proportioned emanation


Developed according to the whole extent of the faculties


For the passage from one state to another


  lb      m

And the expansion, the increase [1]


It came to pass


Of the matter, masses


On the earth

[1] See Gen. 6.17





7.7 Therefore the individual existence was born, and his emanations, and its willing faculty, and its emanations' faculties with him, through the becoming, because of the matter expansion.

7:7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons' wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.




Therefore he came


The individual existence


And his emanations


And his faculty


And the faculties of his emanations


(With) the essence of him


Through the become


Through the presence of the


Matter of


The expansion, the increase





7.8 The less prolific fauna, the prolific fauna, the winged, and all that grows up and becomes adult to the likeness of its species,

7:8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are not clean, and of fowls, and of everything that creepeth upon the earth,



Of the quadruped


The less prolific


And of the quadruped




It is not


Less prolific


And of winged


And of all


That grow (become adult)


According the likeness





7.9 was born, in couples, through the individual existence in the becoming, male and female, as God had determined for the individual existence.

7:9 There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had commanded Noah.








They came


Through the individual existence


Through the become




And female


So as


Had prescribed, ordering, directing, leading; impressing a movement to him




To the essence of the individual existence





7.10 And it was on the seventh of the days, that the matter of the expansion was upon the earth.

7:10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.



And it came to pass


In the seventh of


The days


That the matters, masses of


The expansion, increase


They were


On the earth





7.11 In the becoming of the individual existence, on that day, all the physical springs of the existence were opened; and the multiplying forces of the sky were opened.

7:11 In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.



In the change for the passage from one state to another of


The proportional measure of the principle agent


Of what is entirely developed in its faculties


In the passage from one state to another


Which regards the manifestation of the individual existence


In the germination, the propagation of existence


Of the passage from one state to another


Through the physical and material fecundation of


The opening, the emission of that which is physical and material


Of the visible manifestation of the matter


According the germination, the propagation of existence


In the visible manifestation of the matter



. W[q.b.nI

 w[       qb

Were evacuated, opened the physical forms and dimensions


 !y[        am

Of any develop, increase of the corporeal manifestation


Of the infinite source of potential existence [1]


Incremented, developed, aggrandized, multiplied


And also the multiplying forces of


The sky


 wx        tp

Were enlarged, extended, opened [2]

[1] The deep, the abyss. See also Gen. 1.2 and 8.2.

[2] The name Japheth, used as verb. See also Gen. 4.7; 6.16; 8.6; 9.27.





7.12 Thus organic growth occurred on the earth, for the physical increase of the matter and for the physical increase of life, closed and enveloped in its essence.

7:12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.



And it came to pass


 m      vg   or   ~wv     wg

The corporizations, the embodiments (Action of placing, of arranging one upon the other, in layers)


On the earth


Of the physical and material increase, multiplication


Of the visible manifestation of the matter (Day)


And of the physical and material increase, multiplication


(Of the constitutive elements of life in their) contracted existence, closed and enveloped [1]

[1] The name Night is the feature with which God, in Gen. 1.5, defines the state of the life, folded and contracted, in its constitutive principles. See Gen. 1.5.





7.13 On that day the individual existence with its emanations was born, the DNA, the reproductive faculty, and growth; and its willing faculty, and the three faculties of its emanations, through the becoming.

7:13 In the selfsame day entered Noah, and Shem, and Ham, and Japheth, the sons of Noah, and Noah's wife, and the three wives of his sons with them, into the ark;




 m     c[

In the universal consolidation of the matter, of the substance


Of the visible manifestation of the matter; day, time, period




He came, became


The individual existence


And the name of every being; the sign which renders it knowable; that which constitutes it such; (the DNA)


And the mother, origin, source, matrix, formative faculty of the existence. The faculty of reproduction of the existence (of the beings)



And the manifestation of the (physical) growth, dilatation, develop, extension


The emanations of the individual existence


And the faculty of


The individual existence


And the three


Faculties of his emanations


Together the essence of them


Through the become





7.14 They, and the whole life after its kind, and any quadruped after its kind, and all that grows and becomes adult on the earth after its kind, and any winged after its kind, and all flocks and herds of any animated being.

7:14 They, and every beast after his kind, and all the cattle after their kind, and every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind, and every fowl after his kind, every bird of every sort.



Their essence


And the whole life


According her specie


And any quadruped


According her specie


And all that grows (become adult)


Of growth (becoming adult)


On the earth


According his specie


And any winged


According his specie


Any, all


 rp      ac

Flocks and herds; the productive faculty


Of any animated being





7.15 And they were born through individual existence, through the becoming, in couples of all corporeal forms in which was the emanation of the existence.

7:15 And they went in unto Noah into the ark, two and two of all flesh, wherein is the breath of life.



And they come, become



Through the individual existence


Through the become






Of any corporeal form


Which (has) in it self


The emanation of the existence


Of the lives (plural)





7.16 They were born male and female, in all corporeal form, as God had determined for the individual existence; and IHOAH extended his own being.

7:16 And they that went in, went in male and female of all flesh, as God had commanded him: and the LORD shut him in.



And they becoming, springing up




And female


Of any corporeal form


They became, born


According to what


Had prescribed, ordering, directing, leading; impressing a movement


To the essence of him




 ra      gs

And He augmented, extended, increased the physical capabilities [1]





By the action of enacting, constituting, stating His stability, constancy

[1] See also Gen.2.21.





7.17 And the expansion and the physical increase in the matter occurred on the earth; and the matter increased the proportions of the becoming, which was dilated and elevated on the earth.

7:17 And the flood was forty days upon the earth; and the waters increased, and bare up the ark, and it was lift up above the earth.




And it came to pass


The volume increase, the dilatation, the expansion


Of the physical and material increase, multiplication


Of the visible manifestation of the matter (the day, the seventh)


On the earth


And were multiplied, increased, augmented


The matters, masses



And were made the proportions and measures


Of the essence of the become


 ~wr      ~r

And was elevated and dilated, filling its space


From over


The earth





7.18 And the matter produced organisms, and they increased completely on the earth; and the becoming was opened according to the face of the matter.

7:18 And the waters prevailed, and were increased greatly upon the earth; and the ark went upon of the waters.



  rb     ag     g

And the organic effects, the organisms, the physical manifestations of the organisms were created, produced [1]


Of the matter, masses


And they increased, multiplied


Completely in their faculty


On the earth



And she released, detached for fulfill her function [2]


The become


On the look, feature, guise, semblance of


The matters, masses

[1] The same term in Gen. 6.4, means mighty men, heroes. This term, here, is not detected by BibleWorks, because this portentous and formidable instrument does not contain the grammar and the dictionary restored by d’Olivét. See also Gen. 7.19; 7.20: 7.24.

[2] See also Gen. 2.14; 3.8; 3.14; 6.9; 8.3; 8.5; 9.23.





7.19 And the matter created organisms completely upon the earth; and all conceptions and generations, under the sky, were accomplished.

7:19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the earth; and all the high hills, that were under the whole heaven, were covered.



And the masses, the matter


They created the development, the multiplication of the organisms, of the organic matter


Completely in their faculty


Completely in their faculty


On the earth



And they were carried to the top, accumulated, filled up



All conceptions and generations



Of every fructification, develops; the excrescences, protuberances; everything convex (the idea of a thing placed or coming under another thing)


Which (were) below


The whole sky





7.20 The organic matter was developed, opening and accumulating physically; therefore the conceptions and generations were accomplished.

7:20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains were covered.



The sum, the complex that makes the existence manifest and evident of


The physical and material opening of


The formative faculty, plastic force, origin, matrix. The basis of things (Chaldaic)



For what concerns the development


They were created the developments, the multiplications of organisms, of the organic matter


Of the masse, matter


And they were carried to the top, accumulated, filled up


The conceptions and generations





7.21 And all corporeal forms became organic on the earth: the winged, the quadruped, the physical life, and every cyclic proliferation on the earth, and in every human being.

7:21 And all flesh died that moved upon the earth, both of fowl, and of cattle, and of beast, and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth, and every man:



 w[      wg

And became organic, corporeal and physical [1]


Every corporeal form


That which grows (become adult)


On the earth


In the winged


And in the quadruped


And in the physical life


And in every cyclic proliferation


Of the (life) that proliferate cyclically


On the earth


And in all


The Humanity

[1 ] See also Gen. 6.17.





7.22 All in whose was the animation for life, of all that was in the increase of the existence, was realized.

7:22 All in whose nostrils was the breath of life, of all that was in the dry land, died.





In which (was)



Put, placed the animation of the existence


Of the lives (plural)



In their final cause


Among the whole


That (was)


 br     wx

In the development, increase of the existence


Was realized, developed, materialized





7.23 And He made the existence in substance according the likeness; from human being to quadruped, to that which grows and become adult, and the winged of the sky; and their existence was generated of terrestrial features; and He opened the essence from the individual existence and that which was with him in the become.

7:23 And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noah only remained alive, and they that were with him in the ark.



 wx     am      m

And He made the existence, generate the existence, form the existence, produce the existence, cause the existence of [1]


The essence of any subsistence, any consistency, any existence in substance


Which (was)


Of the look, feature, guise, semblance of


The likeness


From the human being


To quadruped


To that which grows (become adult)


And to winged


Of the sky


 wx     am      m

And their existence were generated, produced



Of terrestrial features



And He opened, brought out, emitted, liberates


  %ya     %a

The restriction, compress, compact state of the individual existence


And what (was)


Together the essence of him


In the become

[1] See also Gen. 6.7 and 7.4





7.24 And the matter created the organic increase completely upon the earth.

7:24 And the waters prevailed upon the earth an hundred and fifty days.



And they were created the developments, the multiplications of organisms, of the organic matter [1]


Of the masses, matter


On the earth


Of the sum, the complex that makes the existence manifest and evident


And developed according to the whole extent of its faculties


Of the visible manifestation of the matter

[1] The same term in Gen. 6.4, means the mighty men, the heroes. See also Gen. 7.18; 7.19; 7.20.





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