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    It is commonly used in Jewish culture to understand text, particularly within the Torah, on a deeper and more spiritual level. The esoteric material presented on these pages involves the revelation of information which has been hidden. Throughout history, individuals and organisations have chosen to guard their secrets by various cryptic means and gematria is not only one of these, but arguably has the most distinguished provenance of any. In particular, the gematria of English provides the key to unlocking many of the secret doctrines of the Freemasons and the true identity of the greatest writer in the English language, William Shakespeare. Going through the example thoroughly, the best example that can originate from this English Gematria number meanings is the most popular Hebrew word Chai, which means “life”—if we talk, added to make a total of 18. Because of this reason, the lucky number among the Jews is considered 18. Scholars who write about the origin of gematria often point out that the Assyrian king Sargon II (eighth cent. B.C.E.) wrote that he made the wall of his newly founded capital 16,283 cubits long in accordance with the numerical value of his name. (Scholars do not yet understand how the length was made equal to his name.) This is the earliest instance of gematria in some form in the ancient near East. But the issue remains whether this has any relevance for ancient Israel. By comparing letters to each other using gematria, you will make note of how other words match as well as how the numbers have been assigned. The letters 42 are equal to 42, which is an expression best known for stating “Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything.”. A third type of gematria is known as ‘Ordinal’ gematria; this assigns a numerical value to each letter according to its place in the alphabet rather than its individual value. For example, ‘A’ would be equal to 1, ‘B’ would be equal to 2 and so on. This system can be applied just like Hebrew or Greek gematria but produces different results due to its unique numbering system. To use the calculator above, simply enter the word or phrase you want to calculate. The calculator will then calculate and display the English simple gematira value and the English Jewish gematria value. Gematria has been used by many religious and mystical traditions over the centuries, including kabbalists, astrologers, magicians, and alchemists. Its use was particularly important in Jewish mysticism where it was believed that certain words possess special power when they are composed with specific gematria numbers. Words with powerful gematria values were thought to have magical properties that could bring about specific results or provide protection against evil forces.

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