Forgive me if this is not the sort of question you like. I'm new here.
Several years ago I came across the work of Stan Tenen, available at meru.org, who appears to have made some impressive discoveries. For instance, that all the letters of the Hebrew alphabet are projections of (i.e. shadows cast by) a single geometric figure, derived from a torus. Also, that if Hebrew scripture is read as a string of letters rather than a word- or idea-level narrative, it exhibits distinctive symmetries. Tenen writes,
these patterns are so strong that if any letter had been miscopied, added, or omitted, it could be uniquely replaced by reference to the pattern of the other letters alone.
My question is just to ask what you guys think of this stuff. It strikes me as fascinating.