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    Whether or not the New Bible Code incorporates Latin gematria – or is perhaps part of a larger message involving more languages – I do not as yet know. If appropriate, I may include Latin gematria in future pages. Biblical Numerics Certain biblical numbers are wrapped in symbolic meaning, being repeatedly found in association with the same ideas or themes. The study of these relationships is known as biblical numerics and some familiarity with this subject is necessary for a full appreciation of the code, which makes use of traditional biblical numerics. H. Bullinger’s Number in Scripture and God’s Kingdom Ministries to be particularly useful. The internal hexagram is made from 37 discs and 37 is the reduced value of ‘the Lord’ and ‘Spirit’. So we have an intriguing link between these divine names through gematria and also through the symbolism of the Star of David. This figure is discussed in other pages on this site, particularly A Flurry of Snowflakes and The Creation Snowflake. A further two numeration systems play a supplimentary role within the New Bible Code. One is the reduced value scheme mentioned earlier, denoted by (r). The other is the sum of the values obtained under the other three systems and is called the combined value, denoted by (c). [5] Here are the reduced value and combined value of the name ‘Jesus’. In cabalistic literature the use of gemaṭria has been greatly extended, and its forms have been developed in many directions. Despite Naḥmanides’ attempt to limit its use, gematria found its way into the biblical commentary. If you have any kind of questions regarding where and ways to utilize webpage, you can contact us at our own web-page. The Pane’aḥ Raza by Isaac ben Judah ha-Levi (late 13th century) and Ba’al ha-Turim by Jacob ben Asher (c. 1270 to 1340) both make frequent use of gematria. Indeed, gematria became a staple element in kabbalistic literature.

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