Hello everyone.

If you look at the table below (the verses are taken from Richard's excellent database) you will see three overlapping clusters of numbers near the apex of scripture that sum to the standard values of 'Jesus Christ' in Hebrew, Greek and English.

The green-coded numbers sum to 925 (Jesus Christ (s)), the turquoise and blue-coded numbers sum to 2368 (

*Ihsous Christos *(s)) and the purple numbers sum to 754 (

*Yehoshua HaMashiach* (s)).

Now there are 4095 possible combinations of the first 12 words, so I'm not shouting about these from the rooftops, but they have some intriguing features indicating that they

*might* be codes.

1. First, and most obviously, the Greek numbers can be neatly split into 888 (Ihsous) and 1480 (Christos). They are also in the grammatically-correct order, with no overlap. Note that 888:1480 = 3:5, which is reflected in the 3:5 ratio of the numbers.

2. The sum of the numbers involved is 2571, or 3 x 857.

*Theou Logos*/God's Word (s) = 857.

Including numbers that are used more than once, the sum is 4047, or 57 (

*Mashiach* (o)) x 71 (God (s),

*Yonah*/Dove (s)).

3. The sum of the positional values of these numbers are 65 (Adonai/Lord (s)) and 110 (Yeshua HaMashiach (o)).

I'd appreciate any comments anyone might have.

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