From The Alpha and the Omega - Chapter Four
by Jim A. Cornwell, Copyright © 1995, all rights reserved
"The Six Pointed Star And Its Symbols, The Star of David, and its geometry"

   First consider the seven hells which is referred to as one-third of the heavens as in Revelations 12:4, "And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born."

   Then we have the seven earths, or seven earthly states, the most perfect of which is that of our earth.

   Their names are -- Erets, Adamah, Geh, Neshiah, Tsiah, Arka, and Tebel.    The earth is tarnished with fragmentary planes of reflection.    Tebel (upper earth), is the whole and perfect symbol of all of them, includes the complete harmony of all the possibilities of the other six earths.    The seventh state, which is the aim or end of the work of creation.

   From Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible:

Other Hebrew words for world of interest are:

   Next we have the seven created heavens or the seven Sefiroth of construction.    The sun, a symbol of the seventh Sefiroth or Tifereth, which synthesizes the six active Sefiroth of construction and determines the six directions of space and their spiritual center, called the 'Holy of Holies.'

   The seven Sefiroth of construction consist of first: Malkuth (Kingdom); second Yesod (Foundation); third Hod (Glory); fourth Netsah (Victory); fifth Din (Judgment); sixth Hesed (Grace); and the seventh Tifereth (Beauty) and the middle pillar which contains the 'Holy of Holies' the ‘heaven of heavens’.    The 'heaven of heavens' is called Araboth, where the Holy One resides.    The One does not go out of his supreme triunity, but he opens his 'seven eyes' or Sefiroth of construction.    His double triunity consist of Kether--Hokhmah--Binah, meaning (Crown, Wisdom, Intelligence).    Secondly the ten curtains of the Tabernacle symbolize the ten firmaments or the ten Sefiroth and their mystery can be accomplished only by the wise of heart, in which the triple celestial principle, Shekhinah--Metatron--Avir, dwells and is revealed; he who grasps this attains great wisdom and penetrates into the mysteries of the universe.    Shekhinah is the real presence of Kether (Crown); Metatron is the divine immanence of Hokhmah (Wisdom); and Avir is the emanation of Binah (Intelligence).    The following are the seven books where these heavens are acknowledged in the Bible.