The aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew
alphabet and has the number value 1. Because we see God as the beginning of all
things the aleph represents God in the This
interpretation is very common known. Nevertheless when we use the gematria Millui
(full) for these two jods and vav, then the sum is:
(4+6+10)+(6+6)+(4+6+10)=20+12+20=52. This also turns out to be the gematria in 'n'
(the letter places in the alphabet) of God, Elohim, :
24+10+5+12+1=52. In fact we find here 2x26. 5+6+7+8= Of these four numbers we can make an other kind of triangular counting where we count the numbers two by two until there is one number left. The result is the 52, equal to the gematria in 'n' of Elohim:
When we approach these four numbers in a different way then the result is 1680, the CV of Christ like this word occurs in Acts 28:31: 5x6x7x8= The gematria 'full' of the aleph has
also a relation with the gematria 'full' of Elohim. The aleph 'full' is: ,
80+30+1=111. This are the units on the level of numbers, tens and hundreds. In
Hebrew 111 can be expressed as ,
1-10-100. As multiplication we can express 111 as: 3x37. The word Now is the gematria 'full' of Elohim also 291, for 80+20+6+74+111=291. See also the image beneath. With an other gematria system we can find a connection between God and His name. This system uses the square of the normal letter values. I think that I have shown that in chapter 13 already, but it belongs also in this series. The square of the letters mean that every single part of Elohim, of God, has come till completion. Also
the first verse tells us that the aleph represents God. This becomes made clear
by means of the letter places of the aleph. In Gen.1:1 six alephs are used and
are divided over seven words. The Gen.1:1
Although
this division is well known, nobody seems to realize that this division
originates from the first letter of de bible. The sum of the six letter places
of the aleph is 26+23+15+10+9+3=86,
the number value of Elohim, . The primes in this sequence have the sum: 26+23+15+10+9+3=26,
the number value of Yahweh, ,
the name of God. 23 and 3 are respectively the 10th and the 3rd prime. The sum
is 10+3=13, the number value of echad, one, .
Yahweh Elohim is One:
.
This is what Deut.6:4 expresses: Possibly
these six alephs point out that
Prime 86=439 The
beth, the 2, is also responsible for the letter places of the aleph in Gen.1:1.
By mathematical upgrade the letter places can be found. The first step is the The
sum of all the digits in the triangle of 2, when every unit gets a proceeding
number, is 1+2+3=6. This is at the same time the triangle of three. This number
is also located in the first word and needs to be upgraded further. The triangle
of 6 is: 1+2+3+4+5+6=21. Because 21 falls in the 5th word, there where is
I will show now how the seventh aleph is hidden in the first verse. This is the aleph that is in 'rest', and that rest we find in word 5, in the heaven. In fact are word 4 and 5 grammatical a unit. And mathematical the 4 and the 5 have a relation, for prime 4 is 5. See also chapter 7 how the 4 and the 5 are connected by Yahweh (26) and Elohim (86) in the table of Perfect Primes. Word 4 and 5:
Together
these two words have 7 letters. Also here are six units that ' ++++++==1+1+1+1+111+1+1=117. The 86th composite is 117. If
we now fill in for the six letter places of the alephs
With
this God seems to seal the bible text with the aleph. If
we fill in for the letter place numbers 16 till 21 of the
Probably the first verse tells us that the Messiah at the transition time of the fourth and the fifth millennium will appear. I did mention this already before, but this is the indication that I have. (Here you can find the timeline)
An other approach to determine the division between Heaven and Earth, can be found in the composite numbers. The 1234th composite is 1467. Together they sum: 1234+1467=2701, the CV of Gen.1:1. Both numbers together can be seen as a proceeding sequence from 1 till 7. However on the place of the 5 we find a 1 and a 4: 1 2 3 4 - 1 4
6 7 This is the place
(word 5, the Heaven) where there is no aleph, or only hidden present. The 5, or
in fact the first five numbers, contain 4 primes (1, 2, 3 and 5) and I
can't discuss all the alephs, but the letter places in Gen.1:2 are also very
interesting. In this verse we find two alephs. The first aleph is letter 31 and
the second is letter 62 of the bible. Both numbers are dividers of the third
Perfect Number 496, namely the 6th and the 7th divider. In There
where the 1st Elohim in the first verse starts on the A
reason that Elohim is connected with the 10 can be found in the number 86. This
number is build up out of two digits, an 8 and a 6. If we fill in these numbers
in the Theorem of Pythagoras then we find c= a It might be
interesting to know that 26x26=676. This is the number value of the word The longest sequence of alephs that can be found in the bible with ELS is a sequence of 10x the aleph: . A longer sequence can not be found in the Tenach (O.T.). The ELS of this sequence is 1850 or 50x37: The code starts, or ends, in Gen.11:4. This is interesting for in this verse the building of the tower of Babel is described, whose top is supposed to reach unto heaven. The code comes out exactly in the top of the tower:
In verse Gen.11:5
God comes down from heaven to look to the city and the tower that the sons of man
have build. This becomes expressed by the ten alephs ending in the top of
the tower. Gen.11:4 is the 271st verse of the bible. This number is the 59th
prime and at the same time the
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