The first sentence of the Bible is a key to the five books of the Torah. Specifically, the essence of the Magen David (star of David), the Menorah, and the Ark of the Covenant are encoded in this sentence. Furthermore, measurements of the Tabernacle, which housed the Torah, hint at a master DNA-like code, that underlies the structure of the Torah. Using the uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics, it can be inferred that each letter in the Torah represents a basic information unit. The words that these letters form disclose unique patterns that reflect a supernatural authorship and immutable, divine truths.