Egyptian concept of time is represented by the hieroglyph ‘Neheh’, which means ‘eternal repetition’, or, in a more esoteric sense, “repetition of the original” which is the definition of a fractal process unfolding.
Shekinah is the English transliteration of a grammatically feminine Hebrew/Egyptian word that means ‘the dwelling or settling’, and is used to denote the dwelling or settling of the Divine Presence of God, especially in the Temple.
Neheh Shekinah then, appears to mean the “eternal repetition of the original divine presence of God”. And shows a fundamental quality of God that is cyclical, eternal, and changing. The very substance of reality as a ‘process fractal’ or Monad.
-Richard E. Gordon III, 32