The letter Aleph is the focus of the work, against the background of 288 squares. The verse in the diagonal of Aleph means: "You will be the first of all letters and I will have no unity without you". This refers to a Kabbalistic legend: At the time of world creation, the 22 letters competed before God for their place as creators of the world. The Lord chose the letter Beth, expressed in the words Bereshit (at the beginning) and Bara (create) as the first words of the Torah. Then the Lord turned to the Aleph and said: "Even if I use the letter Beth for the creation of the world, the Aleph will always be the foundation of all calculations and the unity of all being." Accordingly, the third word is Elohim, which means God (Aleph can be pronounced "e" in Hebrew). The Gematria (the numerical equivalent) of Aleph is one, the primary number of all calculations, and represents the unity of God.