For the past several years, I have become very interested in metaphysics. I've taken courses in studies called "Sacred Geometry" and "Hyperdimensional Physics" with professors from U.C. Berkeley and U.C. Santa Cruz. I have attended metaphysical groups and conventions and heard some very interesting speakers.
One of the most fascinating theories I encountered was the belief that the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) was not pronounced by the ancient Hebrews, not because it is a "sacred name", but because it is in fact a mathematical equation for the essence of the Universe. One does not pronounce mathematics.
The university physics professor who taught this course explained in detail why and how YHWH is a mathematical equation. He talked about the sphere, the universal basic shape, and the pressure points within it which, when the "male" and "female" are inserted into each other at 180° create what is commonly known as the "Star of David" in three dimensions. By taking the numeric values from the 4 letters of the Tetragrammaton and placing them on each side of the three-dimensional star, the sum equals 144.
I have only been able to find one book which explains this theory in detail. I own a copy, but it is written like a college thesis and very difficult for the lay person to understand. Has anyone else heard this theory? Are there any books or internet links that you are aware of that explain (or debunk) this theory in more simplistic terms?