Numbers in the Bible

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Numeralogy Numbers in the Bible © K. Tuck, 2019.

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In the Creation, God made everything…

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Water

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Land and sky

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Trees

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Flowers and insects

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Fish

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Birds

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Animals

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And mankind Image: J. Nyberg, RGB Stock

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He made everything… in six days

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This means that God can count!

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This means that God can count! Therefore, He is also the Creator of mathematics.

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So we shouldn’t be surprised to find numbers in the Bible.

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So we shouldn’t be surprised to find numbers in the Bible. In fact, God is very precise about numbers:

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The proportions of Noah’s Ark – 300 x 50 x 30 cubits (Gen. 6: 15)

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The proportions of the Temple and its furnishings – 10 curtains, each 28 x 4 cubits (Exod. 26: 1-2)

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The length of prophetic periods of time – 70 weeks of years (Dan. 9: 24-27)

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This is one reason why numbers are so important to God – they have prophetic significance.

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For example:

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For example: 1 stands for God; uniqueness; unity.

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For example: 1 stands for God; uniqueness; unity. “Hear, O Israel: the Lord our God, the Lord is one.” (Deut. 6: 4)

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For example: 2 stands for witness.

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For example: 2 stands for witness. “And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy…” (Rev. 11: 3)

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For example: 3 stands for the Trinity; perfect agreement.

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For example: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit” (Matt. 28: 19)

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For example: 4 stands for the whole earth.

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For example: 4 stands for the whole earth. “After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth…” (Rev. 7: 1)

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For example: 5 stands for grace.

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For example: 5 stands for grace. Jesus multiplied five loaves to feed 5,000 (Matt. 14: 17)

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For example: 6 stands for mankind; completion.

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For example: 6 stands for mankind; completion. Mankind was the completion of the Creation on the sixth day of the week (Gen. 1: 26-27)

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This helps us begin to understand the significance of 666:

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This helps us begin to understand the significance of 666: Three sixes - The man who makes himself out to be God.

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For example: 7 stands for perfection; the Holy Spirit; rest.

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God rested on the seventh day of the Creation week. (Gen. 2: 2)

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God rested on the seventh day of the Creation week. (Gen. 2: 2) The Holy Spirit is described as a sevenfold Spirit. (Rev. 3: 1)

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There are many “sevens” in Revelation because it describes the completion of God’s perfect purposes for the world.

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Further examples: 8 – resurrection 11 – disorder, rebellion 12 – organizational completeness 13 – the evil one 40 – testing 888 – Jesus

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One of the most surprising discoveries is the close association of the number 37 with God.

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The Bible

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Written in two languages: Old Testament – Hebrew New Testament – Koine Greek

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These are two of very few languages in the world that don’t have separate symbols for numbers.

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Instead, they use alphabet letters to represent numbers.

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Instead, they use alphabet letters to represent numbers. So every word in the Bible also represents a number .

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Hebrew alphabet:

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Koine Greek alphabet:

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Ivan Nikolayevich Panin (12 Dec 1855 – 30 Oct 1942)

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Ivan Nikolayevich Panin (12 Dec 1855 – 30 Oct 1942) At a young age he plotted against the Tsar, was exiled to Germany and emigrated to the USA at age 22.

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Factors of numbers

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Factors of numbers The smallest whole numbers into which a larger number can be divided.

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Factors of numbers The smallest whole numbers into which a larger number can be divided. 35 = 5 x 7

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Factors of numbers The smallest whole numbers into which a larger number can be divided. 35 = 5 x 7 27 = 3 x 3 x 3

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Factors of numbers The smallest whole numbers into which a larger number can be divided. 35 = 5 x 7 27 = 3 x 3 x 3 52 = 2 x 2 x 13

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Factors of Bible numbers

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Factors of Bible numbers The Greek word for Jesus = 888 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The Greek word for Jesus = 888 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 37 The Greek word for Christ = 1480 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The Greek word for Jesus = 888 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 37 The Greek word for Christ = 1480 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 37 And note: 8+8+8 + 1+4+8+0 = 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The Greek for ‘ Son of Man’ = 2960 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers In Rev. 1: 8 the phrase ‘ I am the Alpha and the Omega’ = 1332 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers Colossians 2: 9 says, ‘ For in Him dwells all the fulness of the Godhead...’

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Factors of Bible numbers Colossians 2: 9 says, ‘ For in Him dwells all the fulness of the Godhead...’ ‘ Godhead’ = 962 = 2 x 13 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The Hebrew ‘ Elohim’ for God = 86 The Greek ‘ Theos’ for God = 284 86 + 284 = 370 = 2 x 5 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The first verse of the Bible: ‘ In the Beginning God created the heaven and the earth ’ = 2701 = 73 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers In Judges 13: 18, when Manoah asked the Angel of the Lord his name, he replied “ it is wonderful ”...

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Factors of Bible numbers The Hebrew word ‘ wonderful’ has a numeric value of 111 = 3 x 37

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Israel

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Factors of Bible numbers The Tabernacle and the Levites were in the middle, with the 12 tribes around them.

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Factors of Bible numbers The numerical values of the 12 tribes are:

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Factors of Bible numbers Reuben 259 Simeon 466 Zebulun 95 Judah 30 Issachar 830 Naphtali 570 Dan 54 Asher 501 Benjamin 162 Ephraim 331 Manasseh 395 Gad 7

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Factors of Bible numbers Total: 3700 = 2 x 2 x 5 x 5 x 37

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Factors of Bible numbers The numerical values of the clans of the Levites are:

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Factors of Bible numbers Aaron 262 Kohath 505 Gershon 559 Merari 450

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Factors of Bible numbers Aaron 262 Kohath 505 Gershon 559 Merari 450 Total: 1776 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 37

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God created the Universe

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God created the Universe In 1995, the director of CERN stated that the number of kinds of subatomic particles in all the universe was thought to be no more than 37

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God created us DNA

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God created us Human DNA is made up from 20 different kinds of amino acids.

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God created us The molecular masses of these amino acids have a symmetry based on multiples of 37

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God created us The combined molecular weight of all 20 amino acids is 2,738 = 2 x 37 x 37

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The enemy

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The enemy ‘Dragon’ = 975 = 3 x 5 x 5 x 13 and it occurs 13 times.

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The enemy ‘Tempter’ = 1053 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 13

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The enemy ‘Tempter’ = 1053 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 13 ‘ Belial’ = 78 = 2 x 3 x 13

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The enemy ‘Murderer’ = 520 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 13

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The enemy ‘Murderer’ = 520 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 x 13 ‘Serpent’ = 780 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 x 13

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The enemy In Rev. 20: 2, the phrase ‘who is the Devil and Satan’ = 2197 = 13 x 13 x 13

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Ivan Panin found very many more numerical features as well, all running right through the Bible.

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He found that these numerical features do not occur in the apocryphal books, or in other ancient Hebrew or Greek texts.

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He found that these numerical features do not occur in the apocryphal books, or in other ancient Hebrew or Greek texts. They only occur in the Bible.

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Furthermore, he challenged anyone to invent even a single paragraph in Hebrew or Koine Greek with this range of numerical features. No-one has been able to do it.

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So what does this prove?

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The Bible is authenticated by an inbuilt code so profound it is impossible for human intellect to mimic it!

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“ All Scripture is given by inspiration of God” ( 2 Tim 3: 16 )

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“ He has done all things well!” ( Mark 7: 37 )

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Numeralogy on the Web...

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Bad stuff: Theomatics Predictions from computer-based grids of “ letter-skipping” numbers Gnostic occult numbers (e.g., enneagrams, pentagrams)

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Good stuff: Send me an email and I’ll send you PDF copies of several articles. There’s a good Youtube clip at www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyvqqkGP_kg Vernon Jenkins has a lot of info on his website, www.otherbiblecode.com

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Postscript: As well as their numbers, the shape of Hebrew alphabet letters is important.

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Postscript: As well as their numbers, the shape of Hebrew alphabet letters is important. This is because each letter represents a philosophical concept.

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Postscript: The very first letter is Aleph

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Postscript: But notice also the letters Zain and Yod:

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Postscript: Aleph means leader, head:

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Postscript: Aleph means leader, head: Zain means sceptre, ruler:

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Postscript: Aleph means leader, head: Zain means sceptre, ruler: Yod means holy authority:

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Postscript: When we look at Aleph we see it is a composite letter.

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Postscript: It is made up of a diagonal Zain with an upper and a lower Yod.

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Postscript: So in the very first letter of the Hebrew alphabet we have a depiction of God as a Trinity!

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Postscript: Notice also the numeric values of Zain and Yod.

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Postscript: 10 + 10 + 7 = 27 = 3 x 3 x 3

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To God be the Glory

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