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    The Hebrew Gematria is the oldest known Gematria, and you should have a separate Hebrew gematria calculator to find the values in the Hebrew Gematria. The Gematria Hebrew is specific and there is no regularity of the numeric except for the first 5 numbers of the English alphabets. Someone will say ah, but all months are not equal to 30 days, and they are not, however, medically if a pregnancy is normal and goes the full term, it is EXACTLY 271 days including delivery day! Regardless of cultural idiom the Gematria is telling us via the very word ‘pregnancy’ that an average pregnancy lasts 271 days or 9 months – quite fascinating! I did say that Hebrew was very advanced for an ancient language. Second, notice that the word “et” right in the center of this verse has 2 letters which is the first prime number and interestingly it is a special prime number as it is the only even prime number. There are 3 words on either side of this center word which is the next prime number. Notice next that each word on either side of the center word “et”, the words Elohim and Hashamayim each have 5 letters and each word on either side of these words “bara” and “vet” have 3 letters. If you are interested in numbers, you may like to know that the square of 6 (6×6) is 36, and the triangular of 36 is 666. Triangulation is a method of computation that was popular in the ancient world and was very familiar to people in the first century. Gematria is an alphanumeric code where letters and words in the Hebrew alphabet are assigned numbers, values, or calculations. It is commonly used in Jewish culture to understand text, particularly within the Torah, on a deeper and more spiritual level. What is unique about Gematria is that the 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet are interpreted in terms of their numerical equivalence, or other symbolic meanings/interpretations. A third type of gematria is known as ‘Ordinal’ gematria; this assigns a numerical value to each letter according to its place in the alphabet rather than its individual value. For example, ‘A’ would be equal to 1, ‘B’ would be equal to 2 and so on. This system can be applied just like Hebrew or Greek gematria but produces different results due to its unique numbering system.

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