Muon Clue Found in the Hebrew Word for Light

Muon Clue Found in the Hebrew Word for Light. A destroyed, advanced civilization whose remnants found their way into the Hebrew language? People are mostly ignorant about how to read numbers. Ancients frequently association the two: A Number and a letter once shared the same symbol. Hebrew, along with many ancient middle eastern languages, used this system.

Muon Clue Found in the Hebrew Word for Light?

The question becomes what is the number behind the Hebraic word for “light”? What is a muon? The muon (/ˈmjuːɒn/; from the Greek letter mu (μ) used to represent it) is an elementary particle similar to the electron, with an electric charge of −1 e and a spin of 1/2, but with a much greater mass.

Muons have a mass  about 207 times that of the electron. More precisely, it is 206.768 2830(46).[1]

Muons, though short lived, are sources of light. This function parallels electrons so they are classified as leptons.  So what is the Hebraic word for “light”? אוֹר

  • aleph is the glyph for “1”.
  • “vav” depicts “6”.
  • reisch equals “200”.
  •  1 + 6 + 200 = 207 which is the mass of the muon.

To call this a mere co-incidence is to ignore the possibilities.

Here’s an internal link: Kol Means All in Hebrew and Hides a Lot.   Conclusion- believe Plato’s sincerity. Atlantis and Israel share quite a bit of symbolism. That has been a theme on revivingantiquity.com

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