Summary: The meanings and importance of the first Hebrew letter, Aleph or Alef (×), and its relationship to the air, the Trinity, the Mayans, Allah, Aum, Mithra, Metatron, the sacred bull, and more. Lecture quote: Every time that we breathe we put into our lungs the three primary forces, what Samael Aun Weor called the three forces of the Akashic breath: the positive, negative, and neutral forces of the Akashic breath. A movement of Akashic circulation is established from Shushumna, Ida and Pingala, that flows through the entire bodyâ¦. The Akashic breath penetrates through our nasal cavities and descends through our Brahmanic cord. - Samael Aun Weor, Igneous Rose That is how we see in the breath the holy tri-unity represented in the letter × Aleph, in the air that we breathe. Remember that it is written: Godâ¦ breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and Adam became a living soul. - Genesis 2:7 The breath of life is associated with the letter × Aleph.Â Aleph represents air.