Egypt‟s hieroglyph for the “god of air” was Heh, which stood for a “great, but indefinite number.” It represented “the Eternal One, the god of hundreds of thousands of years.” It stood for a “limitless number.” In fact, Heh represented infinity and was drawn as:
- a stick figure of a man praying or praising God (fig. 1);
- a simpler version with hands raised, the symbol for ka, the soul (fig. 2);
- a 3-image sign representing eternity: a circle with a dot in the center having a helix-looking column on either side (fig. 3)
These facts are interesting considering that the dotted circle represented sun, life and light, and that science‟s symbol of basic life is the helix. In fact, in older forms of Egyptian, “I am” had the sound yw (fig. 4).
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