Code of the Heart: Gematria as a Bible Decoder Bible Code Series David, Earl;.
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Jesus, or more specifically Christ the Redeemer, is represented by the number 888 in some forms of Christian numerology. If you enjoyed this information and you would certainly like to obtain additional facts regarding web page kindly go to the webpage. I am going to demonstrate how key passages in the Hebrew Bible repeatedly point to the Standard/Ordinal Hebrew numerical signatures of Jesus Christ (these being the two key alphanumeric systems of Biblical Numerics). The following are all discoveries I have made in the alphanumeric values behind the Biblical accounts of Abraham/Isaac, the flood of Noah, Joshua leading Israel into the promised land and more. Furthermore, I will also demonstrate a semantic/geometric relationship in the Abrahamic code that stands as one of the most powerful proofs of Biblical Numerics. You can find the Full Reduction Gematria in the form of English alphabets.You are given the corresponding numerical values to the first nine words of English alphabets. We are repeating the numeric values to the next nine words, and you would have noticed the value so the English word “z” is “8”. In Hebrew, every letter is given a numerical value and those values can be added up to achieve the numerical value of a word. The first numerical cipher that is known to be assigned to the English Alphabet was by Cornelius Agrippa in 1533, in his work De Occulta Philosopha. Agrippa gave value to the English letters without trying to transliterate them from Hebrew or Greek, so L is 20, rather than 30 (for Lamed), M is 30, rather than 40 (for Mem) and N is 40, rather than 50 (for Nun). This cipher is sometimes erroneously labelled as “Jewish” or “Hebrew” by popular numerology calculators, such as Gematrix. Gematria’s numerology is based on adding the letter values of a word or a given name. This Gematria computation involves adding up the values assigned to each letter in accordance with the Gematria table. If your name is 20 letters long, you will be multiplying 20 separate numbers.