# What is God?

God is simply a letter box people put money after reading the letters. The Hebrews inscribed information on two stone tablets, placed them in a box, and called it the Ark of the Covenant or Ark of God.

God is 26, the twenty six letters of the alphabet.

God = G + O + D
= 7 + 15 + 4
= 26 (Alphabet)

The twenty six letters are arranged to form a cube showing God’s presence. The first six letters are the six square faces of the cube, the next eight letters are the eight vertices, and the last twelve letters are the twelve edges.

You mail them letters and they send you money, similar to a minister preaching and the congregants putting money in the offering box.

WWW (World Wide Web) is the cube. Any website whose web address has WWW attached to it is a cube.

WWW = 3W
= 3 × 23
= 69

69 is Tao symbol of chi or qi, which means that the information in the cube is life force. The web creator or writer uses the letters to create words that are chi life force flowing to the readers. The message comes from God because every sentence constructed is the product of the 26 letters of the alphabet.

Using letters to construct words that create harmony and resonate with people is creating qi. The message flowing from a website to subscribers or followers of the website is qi vital force.

6 and 9 are the six square faces and nine small squares per square face of a Rubik’s Cube, such that a website with a “donate” button is a cubic box people put money. Their donations go straight to God. If the message in the letter box is chi, life flows from the website to them, creating a balance of energy between them and the environment.

Another name for the Covenant Box is Ark of the Testimony.

King Solomon, like his Hebrew ancestors, constructed a box to demonstrate God’s presence. He practically placed a cube in the temple and called it the holy of holies.

The boxes constructed by the Hebrews were products of human attempts at constructing the cube defined by the God’s number discovered from the quarter turn metric system of solving Rubik’s Cube puzzle game.