
The cornerstone of Judaism is the belief in the relations between spiritual and physical. This is epitomized in Hebrew Holy books, which are founded by internal and external parts of the Torah. The external part of the Torah is a set of morals, laws, commands, etc. According to the Jewish tradition, the internal part of the Torah is the blueprint for Creation founded by spiritual names (forces). The hidden messages of the Torah are descriptions of quantitative evaluation of reality, which allows us access to a deeper level of information about nature and people.
The letter combinations of the Torah have a direct relationship with spiritual forces. The spiritual and physical worlds are made of spiritual forces in accordance with ten sefirot. The Torah is founded by spiritual letter combinations that reflect diverse aspects of wisdom and spiritual knowledge through spiritual forces. Gematria is a method of deriving additional meaning from words or phrases in Hebrew by calculating the numerical equivalence of letters, words, and phrases in a particular text. If a word's numerical value matches another then probably there is a relationship between the two words' concepts. Therefore, gematria may be used for the purpose of gaining insight into interrelating concepts and for finding correspondences between words and concepts. Because spiritual letter combinations have a direct relationship to spiritual forces, the gematria of any spiritual letter combination is a gematrical vector. Thus, any spiritual force can be calculated and represented by gematrical vector, which indicate the quantitative and logical meaning of spiritual force and her directions. There exist diverse bonds between gematrical vectors and ratios vectors and unique bonds between gematrical vectors and vectors of stability of nature.
Number theory, branch of mathematics concerned with properties of the positive integers. Modern number theory is a broad subject that is classified into subheadings such as elementary number theory, algebraic number theory, analytic number theory, geometric number theory, and probabilistic number theory. These categories reflect the methods used to address problems concerning the integers. Sacred number theory deal with gematrical vectors.
According to Jewish tradition, the world is created by spiritual letters combinations and 22 Hebrew's letters and 10 sefirot. For this reason , gematries and gematrrical vectors there are the unifying concept necessary for understanding everything from propereties of physical matter to musical harmony. Given this viewpoint, sacred numbers represented universal (absolute) constants, ratios and proporties of our world. Midrash said: : "The God looked into the Torah and created the world."
A mathematical phenomenon of the Torah is related to the unique ratios and proportions of nature. God is created our world by ratios and constants of nature, which are embedded into the Torah. Consequently, the God made proportions and ratios of nature, all else is the work of man, as empirical and theoretical knowledge about nature.
 
Ratios vectors and vectors of nature
Mathematics is a science that uses logical reasoning, counting, measuring, and calculations to make sense of the real world. The word “rational” is derived from the word 'ratio', which means a comparison of two or more values or integer numbers. Rational comes from ratio and ratio comes from rational. Reason comes from rational and rational comes from reason. For this reason, mathematics is science that using reason in order to research diverse abstract ratios of rational world.
Ratios are a helpful tool for comparing things to each other in science and real life. Ratios occur often in daily life and help to simplify many of our interactions by putting numbers into perspective. Ratios allow us to measure and express quantities by making them easier to understand. Ratios are used to compare numbers in quantitative terms in realworld situations. Ratios and proportions find application in solving many daily life problems and show a relation between two or more quantities and thus help in their comparison.
Ratios allow us to measure and express quantities by making them easier to understand and to compare numbers in quantitative terms in realworld situations. For this reason, ratios are a helpful tool for comparing things to each other in mathematics and real life. A ratio might be formatted as a Part to Part or Part to Whole comparison.
The modern science know that proportions and ratios of nature find application in solving many daily life problems and establishes a relation between two or more quantities and thus helps in their comparison.
In the broadest sense, ratios vectors are vectors of data and their directions. Simplest ratios vectors show wholenumber ratio of data and their directions. Structural ratios vectors s additionally shows how the data are bonded to each other.
The ultimate ideal state of nature is the harmony and unity between positive, negative, and neutral elements. E.g., unity between positive, negative, and neutral particles, as electrons, and neutrons into atoms. A vector of nature is a vector of ratios that reflects the state of nature, as unity positive and negative or unity positive, negative, and neutral. A vector of stability of nature is a vector of ratios that reflects the state of nature, as unity and balance of positive and negative or unity and balance of positive and negative and neutral, when neutral is complementary to balance of positive and negative.
A vector of nature or vector of stability of nature is ratios vector. There are a lot of objects that can be generally considered as "elements" and which can be represented by vectors of stability of nature. So, e.g., formulas of chemistry elements or molecules can be represented by vectors of stability of nature founded by the table of Mendeleev.
