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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. If you have implemented the Full Reduction Gematria, then it should be clear to you that the Reverse Full Gematria is completely a reverse to the Full Reduction Gematria. You can find the value of any word by the gematria calculator, as it is simple to understand the code. Indeed a search on the “Google” internet search engine reveals over 106,000 references to gematria on the World Wide Web, a great number of these sites deal with Christianity, witchcraft, and general (non-Jewish) mysticism. Numerous contemporary Jewish books have been published about gematria as well as assisting the reader to find his own gematria equivalencies. If you have any questions with regards to exactly where and how to use site, you can call us at our web site. For instance, one such book, Sefer Gematrikon provides gematria equivalents for the numbers 1 to 1,000. Through a logical sequence of exchanging letters these alphabets reveal inner dimensions of Torah not readily perceived. In all these different systems ofgematria, novel and original meanings hidden in the words of the Torah are thus revealed. These gematriot are based on the first of four methods of calculating the numeral value of the letters of the Hebrew alpha. Known as Mispar Hekhreḥi, absolute or normative value, each letter is given a specific numerical equivalent. Alef equals 1, bet equals 2, gimmel equals 3, and so on until yod, the tenth letter, which equals 10. The next letter, kaf, equals 20, then lamed, which equals 30, and so on until kuf, which equals 100. The last three letters, resh, shin, taf, equal 200, 300, and 400, respectively. The final forms of the letters, kaf, mem, nun, pei, and ẓadi, used when these letters appear at the very end of a word, are often given the same numerical equivalent as the standard form of the letter. Sometimes, they are given the values 500, 600, 700, 800, and 900, respectively.

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