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This text, which no longer exists except in references, elaborated 32 rules for interpreting the Bible. Achbi divides the alphabet into two equal groups of 11 letters. Within each group, the first letter is replaced by the last, the second by the 10th, etc. Mispar Katan calculates the value of each letter, but truncates all of the zeros. Chai (lit. “alive”), which is composed of two letters that add up to 18. However, you can always create a new list, or add this word to Your Favorites. With the Premium version, you can keep adding words to your custom word lists, and create more word lists. The English Ordinal Gematria is simply using the formal alphabets against increasing numbers of counting . We are using the simple increasing order counting for the English ordinal Gematria. You must — there are over 200,000 words in our free online dictionary, but you are looking for one that’s only in the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary. And each amount to 611; add to this sum 2, the external number of both words, and the total becomes 613 (Num. R. If you have any issues with regards to exactly where and how to use web site (L.v.Eli.Ne.S.Swxzu@Hu.Feng.Ku.Angn..Ub…Xn–.U.K37@cgi.members.interq.or.jp), you can call us at our own page. xviii. 21). To one of the members of the equation may be added the external number (comp. § III. E 10, below) of the words whose numerical value is taken. Percussion, No Use For Humans) compose songs using elements of gematria, a Qabbalistic numerological system of relating words to numbers, and the writings of Aleister Crowley to help generate rhythmic and melodic ideas. Just type the words, letters, or name you want to the input above to see the Gematria value. An example of gematria is the word Hebrew word chai (חי), which means alive. Using gematria, it can be uncovered that the word chai has a numerical value of 18 in the Mispar Gadol variation. Because of the numerical value of the word in gematria, 18 has become a lucky number for many Jewish people. This type of coding practice was thought to be first used back in the 8th century BC. Since then, it has been adopted by the Jewish culture and similar variations have been used in the Greeks isopsephy, Arabic abjad numerals, and English gematria.

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