Bayt, the archetype of forms, Hhayt, the archetype of non-elaborated substance or undivided structures or
alternatives, and Tayt, the archetype of a differentiated structure, the cell, have the same anatomy. All
three show that their existence (Yod) comes from Tav. As in Bayt we have two fertilisations through Tav and Yod,
they both may be viewed as giving rise to organic life through Dallet-Lammed. The first comes from Tav the
Tabernacle of Aleph and the second from Yod, Aleph in existence.
In Genesis we have the equation Elohim, life
through Aleph. Also in the equation Yod-Hay-Waw-Hay (Yahweh, sometimes Jehovah, mentioned as the Lord) we have
two lives from the two Hay. When Abram is said to receive a Hay of Life and become Abraham, he was obviously
alive before receiving it. The extra Hay can be considered as being the 'inner life'. The contention sometimes
becoming a violent conflict, between those who posses the '2 lives' (Cain, Jacob, Jesus) and those who only have
Elohim's (Abel, Esau, the apostle Peter) has its climax in The Song of Songs , the holiest of scriptures
according to Aqiva.