[/j/òd] - Hebrew adaptation of "yōd", tenth letter of the Phoenician and Hebrew alphabets, romanized in several dictionaries with the symbol "y".
In Greek writing, is a graphic symbol introduced by nineteenth century linguists to indicate a semi-consonant sound corresponding to "i" followed by vowel (eg yesterday).
In Hebrew, the Iod symbol occupies the first letter of the word "God" (YHWH ~ יהךה)
Hindus believe that God is in the center, therefore in their mandalas the Center cannot be represented but only conceived.
It is the origin of the human capacity to restrict its own ego until no longer occupies a physical dimension.
Iod is the tenth archetype which evokes concentration, or the act of follow the main nucleus.
Iod is the transition from the multiplicity to the single, from the exterior to the interior, from the body to contemplation.
Human beings believe in religions which lead to follow perfect gods outside himself,
in this way they disconnect the mankind from the self-divine side.
On the other hand, the Science accept only its own dogmas
and often become another kind of religion...
All of this generates submission and allows masses control.
Do you really need black or white uniforms?
You are God.
The scientific method forces you to learn from your own errors.
So believe in yourself, scientifically.