Newton & the Temple
Isaac Newton, the famous physicist and mathematician, had a deep fascination with the Jerusalem Temple. He spent a significant amount of time studying the temple's architecture and history, and believed that it held important clues to understanding the mysteries of the universe. Newton believed that the temple was a physical representation of the laws of nature, and that its dimensions and design held hidden mathematical and scientific truths. He even wrote a manuscript in which he attempted to decode the measurements and symbolism of the temple, in order to uncover its hidden knowledge. Newton's interest in the temple was not limited to its architectural and scientific significance but he also saw it as a symbol of spiritual and religious significance.
Partial list of publications concerning the Jerusalem Temple.
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