God, the Mathematician.
Up until 400 years after the birth of Christ there were no numerals.
Numerals were developed by Mathematicians in India.
In the Old and New Testaments all numbers were originally written in words.
EG, Judges 12:6 states that Jephthah slaughtered 42,000 from the tribe of Ephraim.
This number is used only in the modern translations. In the original it would have been written as “forty two thousand”
In Hebrew, each letter of the alphabet has a number. (See below)
There are five letters that are used when ending a word and these
letters do not change in numerical value.
Khaf – Mem – Nun – Feh – Tsadeh.
With this in mind, let us see how God’s thumb print is on the Bible.
Even though we accept that man’s part in the writing of scripture was to literally write the words down on parchment or paper. Where did the message and the truth of the words of the Bible originate?
Let's look at the very first phrase in the Old Testament.
The original language of the Bible was Hebrew. (Written right to left)
בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ
Written from left to right, the first verse of Genesis says:
“Barashyt bara Elohim et ha’shamayim v’et ha’retz”
Which translated into English is:
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
The first 4 prime numbers are 2,3,5,7. A prime number is a number that is divisible by 1 and itself.
So looking at our text, the central word is “ET” (Aleph Tav) is unique in that it is a prime number but it is the only even prime number.
There are three numbers on each side of this middle word. Three is the second prime number.
There are seven words in total, seven is a prime number.
There are five letters in the word to the right of the middle word (the third word) and five letters to the left of the middle word, (the fifth word). Five is a prime number.
If we add the word to the right of the middle word and the middle word, we get seven.
If we add the word to the left of the middle word and the middle word, we get seven. (Seven is a prime number).
There are three letters in the second word and three letters in the sixth word. (Three is a prime number).
Okay, let us look at the numerical value of all the words.
296 407 395 401 86 203 913
בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ
The total value of all the words = 2701, which breaks down to 37 X 73.
37 is a prime number and 73 is a prime number. See how the numbers reflect each other.
Is this by design???
Notice how it matches with the words to the right and left of the
3 5 2 5 3
ברא אלהים את השמים ואת
Notice 3 and 5+2 =7 and 2+5 and 3. Just the same as 3 and 7 and 7 and 3.
That’s a coincidence!! Surely.
Also, 37 is the 12th prime number and 73 is the 21st prime number. Again, see how these reflect each other.
12 and 21. (one two, two one).
Let’s look at the numbers together 3773. This number is made up of 7 X 7 X 77. (God’s perfect number).
All by accident???
Now let us work out the value of word one and word three.
Berashyt and Elohim. This equals 999.
This is an interesting number.
Break it down into it’s prime numbers and we get, 37 X 3 X 3 X 3 = 999.
203 401 395
Now let’s take words two, four and five, Created, the Heavens.
This equals 999.
86 395 296
What about the three leading words, God, the Heavens, the Earth. This equals 777. (God’s perfect number).
37 X 7 X 3. Notice again 37 73, reflects each other.
86 395 407
The three final words, words 3, 5 , 6. God – the Heavens - and. This equals 888. 888 is divisible by 37.
One sentence, one theological truth, designed with such numeric features. What mere man could do this?
Just two more things.
The Hebrew for FOREVER, True True
Interesting to see the reflective image 73 37, again.
Finally, the last thing is the first, the middle and the last letters are.
1 40 401
Aleph – Mem – Tav. (Emet). Total = 441.
3 X7 X 7 X 3. = 3773. Again reflective. Three, seven, seven, three.
Jesus said, John 14:6 “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life”
The word for Truth is “Emet”.
It is all about “JESUS”.