All the names of God have four letters: Lord in English, JHVH
in Hebrew, Deus in Latin and Portuguese, Dieu in French, Adat in Assyrian, Godt in Dutch, Gott in German, Godh in Danish, Goth in Swedish, Soru in Persian, Alia in Mohammedan, Rama in Hindu, Deva in Sanskrit, Dios in Spanish, Odin in Scandinavian, Teos in Greek, Zeus in Greek mythology, Thor in Viking, Amir in Arabic, Amon in Egyptian, Papa in Inca, Aton in Canaanish, Agla in Cabalistic, Inca in Quechua, Baal in Phoenician, Istr in Persian, Illu in Syrian, Elah in Aramaic, Kami in Japanese, Hakk in Hindustani, Nebo in Chaldean and Brain in Aryan.
Likening his own linguistic procedure to that of his "transcendental colleague," the Hebrew God JHVH
, the narrator reflects on the secret revealed in the Sefer Jetsirah, JHVH
's "instruction book" containing the method by which the whole of creation emanates from the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet, by means of combinations dominated by the tetragrammaton JHVH
, and the "three mothers" A, M, and SH.