The human body is designed through God’s numbers of eight, five, ten, twelve and twenty-two.
The entire skull has 22 cranial and facial bones, which is also the number of the letters in the Hebrew Aleph Bet.
The upper part of the skull consists of eight bones. They are the frontal bone, which forms the forehead, the occipital bone, the ethmoid bone, the sphenoid bone, and the left and right parietal bones and the left and right temporal bones. Eight represents the Hebrew letter Chet, whose picture is the ladder. It represents a power to reach a higher level, and transcendence.
There are also seven cervical vertebrae in the neck which support the skull and organs of the neck. The first cervical vertebra, called the atlas, supports and balances the head. The second vertebra allows the head to move to the right or left. The other five bones connect the skull to the spine. Seven represents the Hebrew letter Zayin, which means completion and a symbol of authority.
Humans have twelve bones, called in medical terms T1 to T12, for the ribcage. This connects to the twelve tribes of Israel. Consider this: The bottom ribcage bone on the man is a ‘floating rib.’ It does not connect to the ribcage. The woman’s rib does. I believe it is this rib that God used to create Eve. I am not certain if it is accurate, but that shorted rib could be part of man’s chromosome changing his XX to an XY.
Humans have ten fingers and ten toes. The number ten in the Hebrew language is the letter Yod. It is the divine point of energy. Since the Yod is used to form all the other letters, and since God uses the letters as the building blocks of creation, the Yod shows God’s omnipresence.
One more point: there are five lumbar vertebrae, known as the L1 to L5. The fifth letter in the Hebrew Aleph Bet is the letter Hay, which represents Grace. This letter also represents the name of God.
(AQ) If the body was formed by evolution, what would be the purpose for the man alone to have a ‘floating rib?
What are the odds of evolution producing these possibilities?