Qabalist's Stone

Here's a interesting thought:
What if the entire Tree of Life and its entirety of correspondences can be applied to the molecular structure of a diamond?
Think of it like this. If a diamond can be shaped in a tetrahedron where the Qabala is the top and the Qlippoth is the bottom and all the correspondences are the carbon atoms, which would be interesting to say that there are 6 electrons, 6 neutrons, and 6 protons. atom of the Beast perhaps? That and doesn't diamonds correspond to Kether in Liber 777?
This is just a hypothetical model of course, nothing meant to speak against the Law. 
93,
Well, what if the Tree could? In what way does this affect your life, increase your depth of consciousness, open your intuitive understanding, increase the energy moving through your heart chakra, broaden the scope of your mundane life, or anything like that?
Qabalah is full of mathematical patterns and coincidences. Every week or so, someone comes on this forum with what they consider to be revelations, and a lot of them are kinda cute. Some are also just goofy. I find it productive to note my own data of this type, and move on. If something is valid  for me  the universe will keep drawing me back to it. If it's just yet another Qabalistic brainfart, I can let it go.
93 93/93,
Edward

93
Scientifically yes. It makes perfect sense when you think of it in an technological point of view. The others will take some deep meditation and experimentation to figure it out.
Until I can Im just gonna continue studying lol.93 93/93

@Edward Mason said
" Every week or so, someone comes on this forum with what they consider to be revelations, and a lot of them are kinda cute. "
I've filled whole notebooks full of what I thought was divine knowledge, only to realize later that it was mere drivel. Amusing drivel, though.
It's important for the student to develop an objective means of classification, so that one doesn't descend to the same sort of selforiented Qabalistic masturbation that characterized the work of Frater Achad.
It's the same way with mathematics: the desire for a proof corrupts the process itself, leading one to falsify information for the sake of one's pet theorem or idea. I've been reading up on various ancient problems in geometry and mathematics, especially the "squaring of the circle." It seems there comes a point when speculation and assertion become united in the subject, leading them to the conviction that subjectivity and objectivity are one. Hence the importance of asking "so what?" as Mr. Mason pointed out.