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    The Ancient Greeks became obsessed to discover nature's underlying building blocks and Plato identified five perfect symmetrical shapes well before modern science could see molecular structures. (...) The most sophisticated and earliest living document used by the Greeks in their quest for insight into nature was Hebrews uniquely alphanumeric Torah - The Bible.
    Makes think of Romans 1:16,

    "First the Jew and then the Greek."


    Would Paul have had the same thing in mind?

    NT build on the alphanumeric structure of the Hebrew bible?

    I would say so, yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvius View Post
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    On the wall right and left of the ark of the law, two mosaics representing Davidstars with the hands of the priestly blessing with above it written (left) : אֹ֣רֶךְ יָ֖מִים בִּֽימִינָ֑הּ, "orech yamim biminah" (length of days in its right hand) and (right) : בִּ֜שְׂמֹאולָ֗הּ ע֣שֶׁר וְכָבֽוֹד, "bismolah osher v'kavod" (in its left hand riches and honor), which is after Proverbs 3:16, about the man who found wisdom , אָ֖דָם מָצָ֣א חָכְמָ֑ה (v. 13)





    like it has been made up by someone knowing about the 2701-gematria of Genesis 1:1



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priestly_Blessing




    (hey, Mosaic in the synagogue of Enschede -- worldfamous!)
    Ha!

    https://www.biblewheel.com/forum/sho...4762#post44762


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    Some time ago - I don't remember when or where - I was discussing the Aaronic Blessing and noticed it has and beautiful symmetry. The Blessing is from Numbers 6:24-26:

    24 The LORD bless thee, and keep thee:
    25 The LORD make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee:
    26 The LORD lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.

    In the original Hebrew, these three verses contain 3, 5, and 7 words, respectively. Likewise, the number of letters follows an arithmetic progression of 15, 20, and 25 letters, respectively. Here is how it looks in the original Hebrew:

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    The three central words in the central verse (horizontal box) are the same as the three central words in the central colum (vertical box).

    There is some very interesting gemtria in this passage too that I will share as I find time.

    Richard

    https://www.biblewheel.com/forum/sho...5885#post65885


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    It says: The number of words correspond to the "y-h"- part of the name of God. The number of letters form the quadruple of the 15 of God's name -- which means that the name of God should be called out to all four corners of the earth, i.e. to all the (70) people.

    But you can also say that it is an expression of the 1-4 principle in the "mist" of Genesis 2:6.

    Further there is said that there are four letters "shin" in the blessing, two right-punctuated "shin" and two left-punctuated "sin".

    The last "shin", initial of the last word "shalom", gets a certain stress in Jewish tradition, said to be the four-pronged "shin" (that is on the tefilin of the head) and as such the missing 23rd letter, i.e.Omega -- third eye .

    Which indeed might be the intention of "may the Lord shine his face upon you", that your third eye might be open.

    I forgot ...

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    Priestly blessing written with 3+5+7 words,

    would that allude to the 3rd, 5th and 7th word of the Torah that sum up to 777?

    (I learned from Desmild )

    Desmild contending 777 is "the seal of God"

    It made me think that the two letters "hey" of resp. "hashamayim" and "haaretz" are the two letters "hey of God's name.

    i.e. "Hashem is creator of heaven and earth"

    (by adding a "hey" to "shishi' )

    which is why Genesis 2:4 reads:

    These are the generations of the heaven and the earth when they were created ("b 'hibaram" = with the letter "hey" they were created) on the day that Hashem elohim made earth and heaven

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    I also found that "b'reishit bara" counts up to 1116 (913 + 203)

    1116 = 3 x 372

    372 = "sheva"= seven

    So seen that way the bible starts with the three sevens of Desmild's seal

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    Genesis 1:1 has gematria 2701

    Which means that the sum of the value of the letters with which it was written is 2701

    Letters are physical forms, earthen forms

    That must be why it is called gematria ("gimatriya") after Greek γεωμετρία

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gematria

    It was the Greek mind searching:

    https://israelfact.blogspot.com/2012...nWD1b9UQqB0Sek

    The Ancient Greeks became obsessed to discover nature's underlying building blocks and Plato identified five perfect symmetrical shapes well before modern science could see molecular structures. Several thousand years earlier the great mystics had already reached their conclusions about nature and symmetry. The most sophisticated and earliest living document used by the Greeks in their quest for insight into nature was Hebrews uniquely alphanumeric Torah - The Bible.


    That must be why Genesis 1:2 continues with "and the earth was "tohu vavohu"

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    We were flabbergasted about this number 2701 (ever since we found it -- i did find on Richard's webbsite). How is it possible and what does it mean?

    "tohu vavohu" = 430, the number of years of the Egyptian slavery
    https://www.sefaria.org/Or_HaChaim_o...h=all&lang2=en

    in which there was no way - it was "tohu v'lo derech" --

    I suddenly got the idea that this is (about) "the way" of NT.

    Mark 2:23,
    Καὶ ἐγένετο αὐτὸν ἐν τοῖς σάββασιν παραπορεύεσθαι διὰ τῶν σπορίμων, καὶ οἱ μαθηταὶ αὐτοῦ ἤρξαντο ὁδὸν ποιεῖν τίλλοντες τοὺς στάχυας


    i.e. his disciples began to make a way while plucking the ears of grain

    which is mostly wrongly translated
    https://biblehub.com/mark/2-23.htm

    the ears of grain - carrying a hundredfold "meah sh'arim" = 666

    cf. Mark 4:28,
    αὐτομάτη ἡ γῆ καρποφορεῖ, πρῶτον χόρτον, εἶτα στάχυν, εἶτα[ πλήρη[ς] σῖτον ἐν τῷ στάχυϊ.

    https://biblehub.com/mark/4-28.htm

    It is about gematria - the earth, that was astonishingly empty, bringing fruit

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    Greece = "yavan" , shares its gematria with "galgal", 66, the number that underlied Richard's biblewheel

    Javan ("yavan") was the fourth son of Japhet (Genesis 10:2) , of whom was said (Genesis 9:27) "May God expand Japheth, and may He dwell in the tents of Shem"

    Shem of whom was said (Genesis 9:26), "Blessed be the Lord, the God of Shem"

    So that fits perfectly

    the Biblewheel being a tool for spreading the word that was in the beginning

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    "yonah", dove, is female form of "yavan" = Greece.

    So that might underly the use of the dove with an oliveleave in its mouth as sign of peace, since this seems to be gematrial of nature:


    olive leaf = "alei zayit" = 522, like "shalom olam" = worldpeace

    https://twitter.com/Minkmaat/status/830326385382195200

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