Hey Richard!

Thanks for welcoming me back! Always good to hear from you.

You make a great point about the problem of having an infinite family of numbers to choose from and then basically cherry picking from them to form a set of seemingly related identities. That's why we need to be careful about which family of numbers we are using and the logic behind using them.

Aside from Genesis 1:1 itself being a Semiprime, my reasoning behind using them is that they represent the next logical step in the system of Primes and the so-called "Almost-Primes" (Primes, Semiprimes, Tri-Primes ... etc.). What I believe I have uncovered is that the very word values of Genesis 1:1, and the numerical identity of the encoder (2368), represents a coded system that is based on the natural order of Primes and Semiprimes. I have many related examples that show this, but I'll try to give a brief rundown here.

As you know, Peter Bluer showed how the number 37 turns up as a Prime Factor behind the Gen 1:1 word value combinations seven times above what would be expected randomly (I believe you replicated his results as well). I discovered that the Gen 1:1 word values themselves serve as actual pointers to the natural order of Prime numbers, which points back to the Gen 1:1 Prime Factors through the Gen 1:1 principle of mirror reflections. I call this "The Prime Index Code Of Genesis 1:1", which, to me, is simply mindblowing:

913th Prime = 7127

203rd Prime = 1237

86th Prime = 443

401st Prime = 2749

395th Prime = 2711

407th Prime = 2797

296th Prime = 1949

PRIME SUM = 2161st PRIME

2161 + 1612 =3773

Gen 1:1 =37*73

Before I show how this ties in with the Semiprime pointer between 2368 and the Gen 1:1 Prime Factors, we need to look at another discovery I made, which highlights the unique position of the only Prime word value of Gen 1:1 (401). I noticed that the only Prime word value happens to be at the exact center position (with 3 word values to its left/right). This is not a coincidence. For the Prime Factor sum of the word values to its leftEQUALSthe Prime Factor sum of the word values to its right. Notice also that this follows the Gen 1:1 principle of mirror symmetry again:

913 = 11 * 83

203 = 7 * 29

86 = 2 * 43

401=401

395 = 5 * 79

407 = 11 * 37

296 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 37

LEFT PRIME FACTORS = 175

RIGHT PRIME FACTORS = 175

Gen 1:1 Prime Factor Symmetry:

175 - (401) - 175

Now we understand that the center word value (and only Prime word value) is made up ofTWOHebrew letters, which are the FIRST/LAST letters of the Hebrew alphabet (Aleph + Tav). This is where the natural order of Semiprimes come in (Semiprimes = The integers that are a product ofTWOPrimes). We saw how the Primes indexed to the Gen 1:1 word values points back to the Gen 1:1 Prime Factors (3773). This leads to what I call "The Semiprime Code": The 2368th Semiprime = 8927 and 8927 + 7337 = The sum of the Primes indexed to the Composite Gen 1:1 word values

913th Prime = 7127

203rd Prime = 1237

86th Prime = 443

395th Prime = 2711

407th Prime = 2797

296th Prime = 1949

2368thSEMIPRIME = 8927

8927 +7337= PRIMES indexed to COMPOSITE Gen 1:1 word values

Gen 1:1 = 73 * 37 = 37 * 73

2368+ (37th+73rdSEMIPRIMES) =37*73

I hope you can begin to see how the Gen 1:1 word values (and their symmetric structure) are tied to 2368 through the natural order of Primes/Semiprimes. This phenomenon of the Gen 1:1 word values serving as "pointers" to the natural order of Primes eventually led me to find that it is even encoded within nature itself (through the same logic of Prime/Composite indexing applied to the natural numbers within the first 37 atomic elements of nature). Notice also that Gen 1:1 is essentially anintroductionto the creation of the natural world. You can read more about my findings here : https://sites.google.com/site/mathem...antum-gematria

Keep searching my friend

Leo (aka Bini)

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