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[GR] > The Number 2148 - God Manifest in the Flesh

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.

1 Timothy 3.16

This verse has a very famous variation. Some manuscripts have the pronoun pic (Hos, He/Who) in place of pic (Theos, God). This variation could have arisen in a number of ways. It could be that a scribe had abreviated the word Theos to pic (Theta - Sigma) which was commonly done. This would make the difference between Theos and Hos nothing more than the thin line in the center of the Theta which could easily be overlooked. Alternately, it could be that the first two letters of Theos were dropped because manuscript damage or scribal oversite. A third possibility is an Arian predjudice that inclined the scribe to change Theos to Hos for theological reasons, to avoid the clear statement proving the divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ.

The identities below are based on the reading of Theos. When I get time, I will compare the structures that emerge from the variations. But one fact imediately jumps out. When Theos is read, the sum of the entire verse is a multiple of pic (Theos, 354). Specifically, we have:

Sum of 1 Timothy 3.16 = 44 x 354 (God)

Furthermore, we have this identity:

God was manifest in the flesh

pic

Theos ephanerothe en sarki

= 2148 = 6 x 358 (Messiah)

Of course, the Number Six governs the overall structure of the Cosmos, as discussed in the Creation Holograph.

Likewise, the great prophecy of the Lord coming to His Temple (His Body - cf. John 2.21) also yields this number:

and the Lord, whom ye seek,
shall suddenly come to his temple

pic

= 2148

Factors: 12 x 179

Related Numbers: 354 (God), 358 (Messiah)







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