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    Quote Originally Posted by Desmild View Post
    Yes I did understand the hook binds the words.

    But I have to admit that this part is not my strong side.
    So If I understand this right then Kaph can mean "open".

    So if I add a Kaph to "seven hundred seventy seven" you get "open seven hundred seventy and seven" ?

    Because if I am right here then I fully understand the concept around this, I though there were just a few letters than could be translated as words like Hey "the" & Vav "and".

    like in: "you will be like God, כֵּֽאלֹהִ֔ים, knowing good and evil" ? (Genesis 3:5)

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    I found this, in Rabbi Munk's "The wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet"




    so it is not , Genesis 3:5, "you will be God knowing good and evil"

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    כֵּֽאלֹהִ֔ים, "keilohim" , has gematria 666, if you count the final Mem as 600

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    Thank you very much for your help again Sylvius. That book will soon be on my book collection.
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    And I see that you are interested in the letter "Ayin", which has a ordinal value of 16.


    But 16 is mainly used for the ordinal value of the Greek letter "Pi" in Hebrew.


    That is why "Aleph & Tav" = 401 = Pri(80 "Pi" π (Gr sta))

    It took me some years to figure this out. But it is one of the great riddles that God uses in the codes.


    But you can use 16 as "Ayin"/"eyes" too. But the first thing you shuld think about is "Pi".


    TV of Vs(68 "wise" חכם) + TV of Vs(16 "eyes" ע) = 8787
    - 87 = "Phi" (Eng sta)

    1,618 = The Golden rati also denoted as the Greek letter "Phi" φ
    - Pi (3,14...) & Phi (1,618...) are very connected because of the Golden spiral https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_spiral

    And the CW of Vs(777) = 316 = 2 digits of Phi & Pi merged
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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvius View Post
    so he has a 23rd letter, that's interesting =

    the "gayin" , i.e. the letter "ayin"as guttural, like in Gaza , which is wrtten "azah" ("ayin-zayin - hey")

    "ayin" = Greek "omikron"

    "gayin"= Greek "omega"

    = the eye of providence
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghayn

    The Arabic letter غ (Arabic: غين‎ ghayn or ġayn) is the nineteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet (...) it represents the sound /ɣ/ or /ʁ/. In name and shape, it is a variant of ʻayn (ع). Its numerical value is 1000 (...)

    Biblical Hebrew, as of the 3rd century BCE, apparently still distinguished the phonemes ġ /ʁ/ and ḫ /χ/, based on transcriptions in the Septuagint. (example: Gomorrah is represented in Hebrew as עֲמֹרָה‬, which sounds like 'Ămōrāh in Modern Hebrew; however, the Greek transcription of Γομορραν, Gomoras, suggests that at this point in time the Hebrew lemma was still pronounced as Ġămōrāh)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayin
    Arabic ʿayn is one of the most common letters in Arabic. Depending on the region, it ranges from a pharyngeal [ʕ] to an epiglottal [ʢ]. It is voiced, its unvoiced counterpart being ح. Due to its position as the innermost letter to emerge from the throat, al-Khalil ibn Ahmad al-Farahidi, who wrote the first Arabic dictionary, actually started writing with ʿayn as the first letter instead of the eighteenth; he viewed its origins deep down in the throat as a sign that it was the first sound, the essential sound, the voice and a representation of the self


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    he viewed its origins deep down in the throat as a sign that it was the first sound, the essential sound, the voice and a representation of the self

    My Hebrew teacher, not Jewish, but catholic priest, contended that the "ayin" in Hebrew "ra" = evil, had to be pronounced as "ghayin". He himself could pronounce it thus very well, witjh a deep down rumbling in the throat.


    It suggests the "the eye of providence" is embedded in this word for evil = "ra"


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    "the wickedest man in the world"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhNKo4rQU5c
    Jimmy Savile - The Modern Day Aleister Crowley, but More Efficient & Advanced

    I didn't know

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    Hey , ABRACADABRA has Desmild's "kaf" in it


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