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The first numerical cipher that is known to be assigned to the English Alphabet was by Cornelius Agrippa in 1533, in his work De Occulta Philosopha. Agrippa gave value to the English letters without trying to transliterate them from Hebrew or Greek, so L is 20, rather than 30 (for Lamed), M is 30, rather than 40 (for Mem) and N is 40, rather than 50 (for Nun). This cipher is sometimes erroneously labelled as “Jewish” or “Hebrew” by popular numerology calculators, such as Gematrix. Also, a website with gematria calculator(simple, hebrew, english) and general information. Going through the example thoroughly, the best example that can originate from this English Gematria number meanings is the most popular Hebrew word Chai, which means “life”—if we talk, added to make a total of 18. Because of this reason, the lucky number among the Jews is considered 18. The English gematria number meanings are derived from the Greek geometria word “geometry”, which uses gematria translation. But some other groups claim it to be derived from Greek grammatical. Still, in reality, English gematria number meanings are influenced by factors for the origin of the Hebrew word. It also exists in English since the past 17th century after the great Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola did the translation work. Even though it foundationally originated in Greek, it is extensively used by Jewish texts that fall under the association with Kabbalah. For example, parallels might be drawn between words or phrases that add up to the same sums, or certain numbers might be considered lucky — such as the number 18, which is the gematria value of “chai,” the Hebrew word for life. He breaks down the 26 letters of the English alphabet into two parts, as a representation of duality in our world. He uses the number 7, representing the seven days of creation, to assign numbers to each letter of the alphabet. He then points to the summation of the non-prime numbers, denoted by the Jewish menorah, equaling 22. This is where he says to have found the name of God, in pi, an archetypical number of creation that is central to mathematics, extending infinitely in its calculation. You can find the Full Reduction Gematria in the form of English alphabets.You are given the corresponding numerical values to the first nine words of English alphabets. We are repeating the numeric values to the next nine words, and you would have noticed the value so the English word “z” is “8”. Over the centuries, scholars have created numerous sophisticated systems of gematria for interpreting Jewish texts and traditions.

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