Transformation plays a crucial role, acting as a gateway to rebirth and new beginnings. This is our 90th blog post, marking both a culmination and a fresh start, inviting us to embrace the continuous flow of beginning anew, always returning to the Cipher where all is possible. The number 9 represents the process of being born, a symbol of completion and also a rebirth to embark on new challenges. When coupled with 0, the symbol of the Cipher, which represents infinite possibilities and the eternal cycle of existence, it emphasizes the idea that each end is merely a new beginning. The path of transformation is marked by resilience and renewal, much like the wisdom found in Proverbs: ‘For a just man falleth seven times, and riseth up again: but the wicked shall fall into mischief’ (Proverbs 24:16), which inspires us to embrace each fall as an opportunity for rebirth and spiritual growth.”

Rebirth/Renewal = Chadash חָדָשׁ

The Hebrew word for rebirth, חדש (Chadash), reminds us of the promise in Isaiah 43:19, ‘Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert,’ illustrating that rebirth is not only about renewal within oneself but also the effects Yah puts forth in HIS own time he term חדש (Chadash) is comprised of three Hebrew letters: Chet (ח), Dalet (ד), and Shin (ש). Chet symbolizes the hedge that surrounds us, Dalet represents door or pathway, and Shin symbolizes fire, collectively portraying the continuity of life is a process of passing through new doors and constant change and transformation. The shin also represents sharpness/teeth – the change is not always comfortable.

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ANU teachings on transformation further enrich this concept, presenting it as a vital aspect of spiritual evolution. Transformation in ANU thought is not just about change but about a profound internal metamorphosis that aligns us closer to our divine nature. It’s about shedding old skins to reveal new layers, not just surviving but thriving by turning lessons into stepping stones. As we also consider the teachings of Supreme Mathematics, particularly the interplay of the numbers 9 and 0, we are reminded that ‘to every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven’ (Ecclesiastes 3:1), emphasizing the natural cycles of ending and beginning anew. We celebrate this 90th milestone, and reflect on the power of transformation and rebirth.


“Create in me a clean heart, O Yahuah; and renew a right spirit within me”

Psalms 51:10 (KJV)