Beginning of Gematria

5,000 years ago a group of Earthly Elohim, called Apsu/Apkaullu, were said to have appeared and mythically passed on the knowledge of how to build/create civilization to a tribe of black people ‘Bawru’ (also called Sag-gig-ga) in the land of Sumer. They were shown how to plant seeds, read, write, and amongst other things, taught Gematria. Giving a number to a name, word, or object, is called “Gematria,” which is the Babylonian practice of adding up the letters as numbers in any given word or name. In Latin this practice is called Isopsephia, or “isopsephism.” Each letter in the Greek language has a numeral equivalent. Add up the letters and you get the number of the name. The same principle was understood by ALL ancient people, who learned this technique from the Bawru, and later the Chaldean. The Egyptian art of Gematria was lost to time during the destruction of the Library of Alexandria. Yet, for the ancient period, some one million persons possessed the knowledge of Gematria usage and applied it to OVER six languages including: Hebrew, Sumerian, Greek, Roman, & today English.

What’s Your Number?

In the ancient world people asked one another hypothetical  questions regarding Gematria, such as: “Whose name is great and equal to none?”, Whose name means “true king”?, and “What is your number?”.  These questions were the task of calculating the number of a name to seek the ‘true persona‘, or hidden value of a word or name and its correlation to another word. In those ancient times, persons knew that each of their names were encoded with numbers, and that these numbers would indicate certain characteristics or attributes that other words or phrases shared. This is why buildings and structures, such the seven stepped Ziggurat, and the Masonic/Templar medieval buildings and Churches were ALWAYS constructed to match numerical significance found in Gematria. They knew their numbers.

The Palace Of Sargon Was Built Using Gematria

The Assyrian form of Babylonian Gematria, seemingly based on larger increments of 210 each (the Gematria of the palace of Sargon = 16,280), likely correspond to the numerical pattern of smaller units of 6 and 10, by which is meant the formation of 10 Babylonian soldiers to 1 commander. If you were to utilize the number pattern of 210 for each letter in the English alphabet, you would find the correspondence to the ancient Gematria of Babylon, the name ‘Sargon’, for example, would thus equal 16,280. In English Gematria ‘Sargon’ equals 444. The name “Sargon”, translates to a title “True Rightful King“. English Gematria system uses the patterns of: 444, 666, 888, 906, and 1110. The palace was built to MATCH the number of the name of Sargon, thus showcasing his ‘right to rule’ or hidden kingship – the power of his name in numbers.

I Love The Girl “545”

Young lovers in Greece and Rome used Gematria to express their relationships. For example, one inscription on a wall in Pompeii once read, “I love the girl whose number is 545.” This was a matter of using Gematria to showcase that the number of the persons name was understood by the ‘lover’. It is my guess that the name of the girl was “Phanessa”. In Greek Gematria the name ‘Phanessa’ equals 545. Although it was not uncommon for the names of women in the ancient world to appear with first and surname on Pompeii billboards, or other signage. The act of writing in graffiti the ‘lover’ inscription of 545, may be a clue to the first name only use for Gematria calculation. This would be the likely case as it would show synchronicity through time to singular names of importance in Gematria: Jesus, Lucifer, Sargon. Each of these names is equal to 444 in English, which is also linked to the ideal of prince and kingship.

The Media Uses Gematria To Deceive 

The U.S. is known around the world as a distributor of misleading or outright fake news. Currently, the U.S. ranks number 42 in the “Press Freedom Index“. Since the inception of news distribution in America, figures such as Benjamin Franklin, utilized Gematria to induce the ‘uninitiated’ to fall under the spell of ‘hex-craft‘. Franklin reported the false story that Native American Indians were removing babies from the wombs of women and scalping these babies as trophies for various boxes. The scalps in the boxes numbered 666 in some, and 88 in others. This is an example of using numbers to ‘induce’ or craft a falsehood into a belief. This technique was used numerous times by the so-called ‘Free Press”, when covering topics such as Time Vietnam story – “Gulf of Tonkin Six Boats Attack”, that never happened. The Washington Post story of little crackhead Jimmy and his Six pairs of jerseys. Numbers such as 6 and 88 are always used by these manipulators in story after story to indicate they are creating a lie to be believed.

“[Obama’s] Justice Department has cracked down on reporters in an effort to prevent leaks; it also set a new record for withholding access to government files under the Freedom of Information Act (despite calling for a “new era of openness” on his first day in office); and photojournalists in 2013 from several major news organizations chastised the Obama administration for denying their ‘right to photograph or videotape the President while he is performing his official duties,’ instead relying on official photos shot by White House photographers.” – NPR, Sam Sanders

The US has a horrible history of bias in the false mainstream media, and is one of the worst offenders of propaganda on a global scale. Continued efforts of fake news which were handled under George W. Bush and cousin Obama, continued to erode the freedom of information in the USA, and the reputation of the U.S. plummeted as a result of the efforts of: CNN, ABC, Fox and others as worldwide providers of fake media and propaganda.

Use Of Gematria To Uncover The Beast

If you are a Christian then know this: The Holy Bible is VERY clear that the use of Gematria is welcome! You may use Gematria as long as you have an understanding of numbers along with guidance and discernment of the Holy Spirit.

Revelation 18 “Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

The Book of Revelation from Jesus that was given to his servant John was the testimony of the word of God and his son Jesus Christ. The Apostle John, writing during the time of the first great Roman persecution of the Christians, uses Gematria in Revelation 13:18 when he states that the number of the Beast is also his name. Everyone in the ancient period knew that stating the number of a persons name reveals that persons ‘true persona’, or their characteristic. The spirit of anti-Christ was also understood to be indicative of a person who was against Christ. The Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, and many other ancient people used their alphabets for numbers. This knowledge was ingrained into the society which John The Revelator was born. Numbers and the Alphabet are linked NOT separate. To know the number of any given alphabet would also be to know the letter. The two are one in the same. It was NOT a secret to the ancient world. This is why Neron Caesar (an alternate Hebrew spelling of the Emperor’s name in wide use in the 1st century AD) totals 666 while the Greek spelling of Nero Caesar totals 616. Both are numeric clues to the ‘true persona’ of the anti-Christ nature/spirit of the Roman Emperor.

Any person today who calls the use of Gematria Satanic is uttering blasphemy against the word of God and against the Apostle John who wrote the Book of Revelation. This group usually goes about claiming that anything out of Babylon should not be used. According to the ancient texts it was a group of Earthly Elohim that revealed the use of Gematria to the early Black tribes of Bawru that meet with Apkula who taught them how to read, write, plant seeds and create cities. That is the mythical understanding of the creation of Gematria as well. Thus, removing yourself from the practice of anything religious, mythical, or numerical is NOT POSSIBLE. NOT AT ALL. The entire ancient world was crafted based on numbers, and mythical concepts and any number or name is also spiritual or religious in nature as well. These names, ideals, and practices remain in place to this day. ALMOST nothing in the world is pure secular. If you are ignorant of this, that is meaningless. Facts are facts.

All Names Have A Spiritual & Mythical Connection To The Past

When someone says their name is Michael, I correctly hear “Hi, I am walking with God“. If you study names then you know that all names have a connection to the ancient world, and almost none are secular. Which is hilarious when a so-called atheist states their Christian name. Contradiction? Yup! Even if you are a secular person, understanding where your name derives and what meaning it holds should be of interest to you. Below is a list of 2000 Greek Baby names. The list will also show the Greek & English Gematria numbering of the names.

I have the numbers and meanings on another PC so I will put those up online throughout the week. So updating is STILL in progress! If you find a baby name you really like that is not yet updated you may use the Greek Calculator: 

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2,000 GREEK BABY NAMES GEMATRIA LIST

Acacia   – Greek Gematria = 133 / English 108 : Girls Name – Greek meaning of the name Acacia is: Guileless. Honorable. Biblical; acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. It is also a shrub or flower. FULL REDUCED NUMBER 18

Acantha – Greek Gematria = 421 / English 288 : Girls Name – Greek meaning of the name Acacia is: Sharp. Pointed. FULL REDUCED NUMBER 21

Achaikos – Greek Gematria = 370 / English 402 : Boys Name – Greek meaning of the name Achaikos is: from Achaia, Greece. FULL REDUCED NUMBER 31

Achille – Greek Gematria = 144 / English 300 : Boys Name – Greek meaning of the name Achille is: Pain. Lips. Heal. It is a variation of the name Achilles. FULL REDUCED NUMBER 32

Achilleo
Achilles
Achilleus
Achim
Achima
Achimah
Actaeon
Adara
Adelfa
Adelpha
Adelphia
Adelphos
Adonai
Adone
Adonia
Adonis
Adrasteia
Adrastos
Aella
Aellai
Aello
Aeneas
Aesop
Aether
Agamemnon
Agape
Agapi
Agate
Agatha
Agathe
Agathias
Agathon
Agathos
Agaue
Agave
Aggie
Aglaia
Aglaie
Agnes
Agnese
Aigle
Aikaterina
Aikaterine
Aimilios
Aineias
Aingeal
Airlia
Aischylos
Aison
Aisopos
Akakallis
Akantha
Akeldama
Alala
Alcander
Alcestis
Alcie
Alcina
Alcmene
Aleka
Alekto
Alena
Alessandro
Alethea
Alex
Alexa
Alexander
Alexandra
Alexandria
Alexandrina
Alexina
Alexio
Alexios
Alexis
Alicia
Alike
Aliz
Alizka
Alkyone
Alpha
Alphaios
Alsie
Altair
Althaia
Althea
Alysa
Alyssa
Amara
Amarande
Amarantha
Amarian
Amarinus
Amarion
Amaryllis
Ambrosia
Amenophis
Amethyst
Aminta
Amintah
Anaitis
Anakletos
Ananias
Anastacia
Anastasha
Anastasia
Anatola
Anaïs
Anderea
Andonis
Andraea
Andrea
Andreas
Andreia
Andreus
Andries
Androkles
Andromeda
Andy
Anemone
Ange
Angel
Angela
Angele
Angeles
Angelika
Angeliki
Angelina
Angeline
Angelique
Angello
Angelo
Angelos
Angie
Aniceta
Anieli
Aniketos
Anker
Annas
Annis
Annys
Anteia
Anthaea
Anthea
Antheia
Antia
Antigone
Antimony
Antinea
Antiope
Antipatros
Antonios
Aphrodisios
Aphrodite
Apollinaris
Apollonia
Apostolis
Apostolos
Apphia
Aquiles
Arcadia
Arcangela
Archimedes
Archippos
Ares
Areta
Arete
Aretha
Aretina
Argus
Ariadna
Ariadne
Ariana
Ariann
Arianna
Arianne
Aricia
Arienne
Arion
Arista
Aristaios
Aristarchos
Aristo
Aristomache
Ariston
Aristophanes
Arkadina
Arsen
Arsenio
Artemidoros
Artemis
Artemisia
Artemisiaart
Asia
Aspasia
Asta
Astarte
Aster
Asteria
Astra
Astraea
Astraia
Astrea
Atalanta
Athan
Athana
Athanasios
Atheena
Athena
Athenais
Athene
Athyna
Aure
Bakchos
Barb
Barbara
Barnabars
Bas
Basha
Basil
Basilia
Basilla
Bastiaan
Bastianna
Bastienna
Bastienne
Bazil
Belen
Bellanca
Beranice
Beraniece
Berenice
Berenike
Bernice
Beryl
Beta
Bri
Brianne
Briony
Bronte
Bryonia
Bryony
Cacia
Cacie
Caiaphas
Caitlyn
Calandra
Calantha
Calesta
Cali
Caliana
Caliandra
Calida
Calissa
Calista
Calisto
Calithea
Calixta
Caliya
Calla
Calli
Callia
Calliandra
Callianna
Callianne
Callidora
Callie
Calligenia
Callione
Calliope
Callista
Cally
Calypso
Calysta
Canace
Candice
Carisa
Carissa
Carrisa
Carrissa
Carysah
Casandra
Casha
Casia
Cassandra
Cassandre
Casse
Cassia
Cassiane
Cassie
Cassiopeia
Cassy
Cassye
Casta
Castalia
Cat
Cate
Catherine
Cathy
Catori
Caysha
Ceecee
Celandine
Celena
Cenise
Chaos
Chara
Charice
Charis
Charisa
Charisma
Charissa
Charmain
Charmane
Charmayne
Charmian
Charmine
Charmion
Charmyan
Charmyn
Cherise
Chloe
Chloea
Chloee
Chloey
Chloie
Chloris
Chris
Christie
Christina
Christof
Christoffer
Christoforo
Christoforus
Christoph
Christophe
Christopher
Christophoros
Christos
Christy
Chrysanthe
Chrysanthos
Cibyl
Cinda
Cindea
Cindeah
Cindee
Cindey
Cindi
Cindy
Cipriana
Ciprienne
Circe
Clara
Claus
Cleantha
Clematis
Cleo
Cleona
Cleone
Cleopatra
Cleora
Cliantha
Clio
Clo
Cloe
Cloris
Cole
Colette
Colin
Collins
Conway
Cora
Corabel
Corabella
Corabelle
Corabellita
Corah
Coralee
Coralia
Coralyn
Corella
Corena
Corene
Corin
Corine
Corinna
Corinne
Corinthian
Corisande
Corissa
Corra
Cosima
Cosmo
Cressida
Cris
Crisandra
Crisanta
Cristal
Cristalle
Cristel
Cristell
Cristelle
Cristle
Cristobal
Cristoforo
Cristopher
Crysandra
Crysandrah
Crystal
Crystale
Crystle
Crystol
Crystyl
Cyane
Cybele
Cymone
Cynara
Cyndi
Cynethia
Cynithia
Cynthea
Cynthia
Cynthiah
Cynthya
Cynthyah
Cypress
Cypriane
Cyprianne
Cyprien
Cyprienne
Cyrano
Cyrene
Cyril
Cytherea
Daffodil
Daidalos
Damali
Damalis
Damara
Damario
Damarion
Damaris
Damarius
Damarys
Damen
Damia
Damian
Damiana
Damien
Damion
Dammond
Damokles
Damon
Damond
Danae
Danai
Danice
Daphne
Daria
Darian
Dasha
Daymon
Deacon
Deianira
Deka
Delbin
Delia
Delphine
Delphinia
Delta
Demeter
Demetria
Demetrio
Demetrius
Demi
Demita
Demitri
Demitrius
Demmi
Demmie
Demmy
Demosthenes
Demostrate
Den
Denese
Denice
Deniece
Denis
Denise
Denisse
Dennis
Denny
Denys
Deon
Deonne
Deric
Derick
Derik
Derk
Derreck
Derrek
Derrik
Desdemona
Desma
Despina
Diamanta
Diandra
Diantha
Dianthe
Dido
Dimita
Dimitri
Dimitrios
Dina
Dio
Diogenes
Diokles
Diomedes
Dion
Dione
Dionigi
Dionis
Dionn
Dionne
Diont
Dionta
Diontai
Dionte
Diontray
Dionysius
Dionysodoros
Dionysos
Dionysus
Dirke
Dmitri
Doll
Dollie
Dolly
Dora
Dorcas
Dore
Doreen
Doria
Dorian
Dorien
Dorinda
Doris
Doros
Dorothea
Dorotheos
Dorothy
Dorrian
Dorrien
Dorris
Dorryen
Dorsa
Dorus
Dory
Dos
Dottie
Dree
Drucilla
Druscilla
Drusilla
Dymas
Dyna
Dyon
Dyone
Dysis
Eboni
Ebonie
Echo
Echoe
Ector
Effie
Effy
Efstathios
Efthalia
Egor
Eileen
Eileithyia
Eirene
Eirini
Ekko
Elara
Eleanor
Electa
Electra
Elektra
Elena
Elene
Eleni
Eleusine
Elexis
Eliana
Eliane
Elias
Elidi
Elie
Elina
Elissa
Eliud
Ellan
Ellen
Ellenn
Ellie
Elodie
Eloisia
Elpida
Ennis
Eos
Epaphroditos
Epifanio
Epiktetos
Epiphany
Eranthe
Erasma
Erasmus
Ercole
Ereni
Erianthe
Eris
Eros
Errikos
Eryx
Ettore
Euclid
Eudne
Eudocia
Eudokia
Eudora
Eugen
Eugene
Eugenia
Eugenie
Eugenio
Eukleides
Eulala
Eulalia
Eulalie
Eumelia
Euna
Eunah
Eunice
Eunike
Euphemia
Euphrosyne
Eupraxia
Euridice
Euripides
Eury
Eurybia
Eurydice
Eustace
Eustacia
Eustathios
Euterpe
Euthalia
Eutychos
Evadine
Evadne
Evander
Evangeline
Evangelos
Evanthe
Evathia
Evdokia
Faedra
Fantasia
Fedora
Feenix
Fenix
Fern
Filip
Filomena
Forbes
Gaea
Gaia
Gala
Galatea
Galen
Galena
Gelasia
Gen
Gena
Gene
Genesis
Geney
Genie
Genisis
Gennadios
Georg
Georgas
George
Georges
Georgette
Georgia
Georgie
Georgina
Georgios
Giacinda
Gigi
Gil
Giles
Gilles
Gillis
Gottleib
Gottlieb
Greer
Greg
Gregg
Greggory
Greggy
Gregor
Gregoria
Gregoriana
Gregorios
Greta
Gretah
Gretch
Gretchin
Gretchun
Grete
Grethyn
Gretie
Grytta
Gyles
Gyongyi
Haddy
Hady
Haemon
Hagne
Haidee
Haides
Halcyon
Hali
Hallie
Harmonia
Harmony
Hebe
Hectar
Hector
Hecuba
Hedy
Hehe
Hekabe
Hektor
Hektur
Helen
Helena
Helene
Heli
Helia
Heliodoros
Helios
Helyn
Hera
Heracles
Heraclitus
Herakies
Herakles
Hercule
Hercules
Hermia
Hermione
Hermogenes
Hero
Herodotos
Hertha
Hesiod
Hesiodos
Hesper
Hestia
Hetha
Hilary
Hillary
Hippokrates
Hippolyte
Hippolytos
Homer
Hyacinth
Hyacinthe
Hyacynthe
Hye
Hykinthos
Hypatia
Hypatios
Iantha
Ianthe
Ianthina
Iason
Idalia
Idola
Iggy
Ileana
Ilena
Ilene
Iliana
Indea
India
Indigo
Ines
Inez
Ino
Io
Ioanna
Ioannes
Ioannis
Iola
Iolanda
Iolande
Iolanthe
Iole
Iona
Ionanna
Ione
Ionia
Ionna
Iphigenia
Ireinei
Iren
Irena
Irene
Ireneus
Irina
Iris
Isadora
Isaura
Isidor
Isidora
Isidore
Isidoros
Ismene
Isokrates
Ivy
Izydor
Izzie
Izzy
Jacenta
Jacinda
Jacinta
Jacintha
Jacinthe
Jagata
Jailen
Jailyn
Jalyn
Janthina
Jase
Jasen
Jason
Jasu
Jayce
Jaylan
Jaylen
Jayson
Jenesis
Jerome
Jetta
Jette
Jocasta
Jola
Jolan
Jonas
Jorg
Jorge
Jorgen
Jorjette
Josias
Judas
Julen
Junia
Jurgen
Jurica
Justina
Kaaren
Kacia
Kadmos
Kaethe
Kaia
Kaiah
Kairos
Kaitlin
Kaitlyn
Kaitrin
Kalika
Kaliope
Kallea
Kallie
Kallikrates
Kallini
Kallinike
Kalliope
Kallista
Kallisto
Kallone
Kalonice
Kalosa
Kalosine
Kalyca
Kalypso
Kapaneus
Kara
Karan
Kareena
Karen
Karis
Karisa
Karissa
Karl
Karpos
Karsten
Karys
Kasandra
Kasen
Kasey
Kasiani
Kassandra
Kassia
Kassiani
Kassja
Kassy
Kate
Katelin
Katelyn
Katerina
Katharine
Katharos
Katherine
Kathleen
Kathryn
Katie
Katja
Katrina
Kay
Kayla
Kaylee
Kerberos
Kharis
Kharmion
Khloe
Khristophoros
Khristos
Kineta
Kirsten
Kit
Kitty
Klaus
Kleio
Kleisthenes
Kleitos
Klytie
Kolina
Konstantinos
Kore
Koren
Korinthian
Kosma
Kosta
Kostantina
Kreon
Krios
Krischan
Krista
Kristiana
Kristin
Kristina
Kristine
Kristofer
Kristoffer
Kristopher
Kronos
Krystal
Krysty
Kynthia
Kyrene
Kyriakos
Kyrillos
Kyros
Lacey
Lacie
Lacy
Laia
Lainey
Lalage
Lalia
Lalla
Lallie
Lamia
Lander
Larisa
Larissa
Laya
Lea-ann
Lea-anne
Leahny
Lean
Leander
Leda
Lefteris
Leighann
Leina
Lena
Leneta
Leni
Lenis
Lenisa
Lenise
Lenita
Lenitah
Lenite
Lenore
Lenys
Lenysa
Leola
Leonel
Leoni
Leonia
Leonidas
Leonie
Leonora
Leora
Letha
Lethe
Lex
Lexa
Lexi
Lexia
Lexie
Lexis
Lexorus
Lexsey
Lexsis
Lexus
Lexuss
Lexy
Leyann
Leyanne
Lian
Liane
Libra
Lici
Lida
Lidia
Lidiah
Ligia
Lilah
Liliah
Lilika
Lilis
Lilli
Lily
Lindy
Linus
Lio
Liric
Lirik
Litsa
Lois
Loni
Lotus
Luca
Lucien
Luka
Lukas
Lyan
Lyana
Lyann
Lyanne
Lydia
Lydya
Lykouros
Lyra
Lyric
Lyriqu
Lyris
Lyryk
Lysander
Lysandra
Lysandros
Lysimachos
Macaria
Madalyn
Madalynn
Maddalena
Madelaine
Madelene
Madelin
Madelyn
Madelynn
Madge
Madilyn
Maea
Maelani
Magda
Magdala
Magdalen
Magdalena
Magee
Magey
Maggie
Mago
Magy
Mahail
Mahaila
Mahalia
Maia
Maie
Maisie
Makara
Makarie
Makarios
Makednos
Makedon
Makis
Mal
Malaysia
Malgerita
Malina
Malinda
Malva
Manon
Manona
Manyn
Maralin
Marbelle
Marg
Margalo
Margaret
Margarita
Margaritis
Margo
Margot
Margrita
Marguerite
Mari
Mariah
Mariam
Mariama
Mariane
Mariano
Maribella
Marica
Mariela
Mariem
Mariesa
Mariessa
Marilee
Marion
Marisah
Marise
Marisse
Marit
Marita
Maritza
Maritzah
Marjorie
Marmara
Maryam
Marybel
Marylyn
Marysol
Marytza
Matthias
Maurice
Maya
Meagan
Meagen
Meaghan
Medea
Medeia
Medora
Medousa
Meg
Megaira
Megara
Meghan
Megin
Mel
Mela
Melania
Melanie
Melantha
Melany
Melba
Melia
Melina
Melinda
Meline
Melissa
Melita
Melli
Mellina
Meloda
Melodea
Melodi
Melody
Melony
Melora
Meryam
Methodios
Metrophanes
Miah
Midas
Milo
Minerva
Mneme
Mnemosyne
Morpheus
Muse
Mya
Myah
Myles
Myra
Myron
Myrtle
Nacole
Naia
Nani
Narcissa
Narda
Natasa
Nell
Nemea
Nemesis
Neola
Neoma
Neona
Neoptolemos
Neri
Nerida
Nerine
Nerissa
Nerita
Nessa
Nestor
Neysa
Nica
Nicholas
Nicholette
Nicia
Nick
Nickelle
Nickolai
Nickolas
Niclas
Nico
Nicol
Nicola
Nicolai
Nicolaos
Nicolas
Nicole
Nicoli
Nicolia
Nicolie
Nicolina
Nicoline
Nidia
Nidon
Nika
Nikandros
Nike
Niki
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Sargon In Gematria Cuneform Illuminati

INTRODUCTION

My name is Jay Pilon, I am the author of this blog and I wanted to say a special thanks for viewing my Gematria study! I appreciate all of the feedback and numerous warm wishes given by the readership. This blog receives over 100 visits a day, so to everyone that contributed over the years thank you!

For those of you unfamiliar with Gematria, or what the numbers mean, I wanted to post a detailed primer to get you started on your path toward understanding more about numerical patterns and their significance.  In the past few years the study of Gematria has really gained momentum. The lack of information on the study of this discipline is unfortunate, and rarely do I ever find any sources that give detailed descriptions of Gematria. What is Gematria? Where did it come from? How do we use Gematria? Why do names equal ‘whatever‘ value? What is the ‘mark of beast’? Most, if not all, sites will have no explanation, or in the worse case, a completely false narrative to provide fictitious answers!

I have been studying secular and biblical phrases and words for nearly 20 years now. My research into words that connect and have similar phonetics or numerical value has lead to some unique, but wonderful surprises.

WHAT IS GEMATRIA?

In ancient tradition, scholars and sages sought to give a numerical value to the letters within their traditional alphabet. The letters constituting of any Greek word for example, can be converted into numbers, which can then be summed to give a numerical value for the word itself, a process which can be extended to phrases and passages of text or may also apply to the calendar year and the like.
In this way numerical connections between biblical and secular words and phrases have been discerned and studied for many generations, a practice known for Hebrew, as Gematria, and for Greek, Isopsephia.
There are a number of forms of Gematria tools which exist today, as the methods of Gematria calculation were NEVER relegated to only one system for study. For many Christian Gematrist, English is used to calculate a numerical pattern involving increments of six applied to the 26 letter alphabet. This practice is known, of course, as English Gematria.

SIGNIFICANCE OF NUMBERS

 

Popular among many ancient peoples was the use of reading letters of an alphabet as numbers also, specifically this practice is believed to have begun in the ancient world of Mesopotamia, later this practice would come into use by the Greeks and then, around the same time, the Hebrews. One of the earliest known usage of Gematria occurred during the reign of Sargon II (Isaiah 20:1) between 722-705 B.C.  In the 8th century BC, Sargon II, an Assyrian king, whose name means “the true king”, ordered the construction of a palace in present day Khorsabad in northern Iraq. Šarru-kên “legitimate king”, reigned 722 – 705 BC)

According to a cuneiform inscription found at the palace, the length of Sargon’s grand palatial walls, of Dur-Sharukin (House of Sargon), were built 16,280 Assyrian units, which corresponded to the numerical value of Sargon’s name. The Mesopotamian scholars, or sages of Sargon‘s era, treated numbers as a sign of the divine interconnectivity between the natural world, which they thought to be guided by the manifestations of nature, and the supernatural world, which is hidden and mysterious.

Astrology of Sumerians
Babylonian Astrology Chart

These sages of the ancient world sought to determine the value created when adding the numeric designation of letters and words, thus creating the ‘true’ value or ‘quality’ of the spoken word or letter. In ancient Mesopotamia, for example, numbers came to identify the value of divinity that Sumerian and Babylonian gods held, each god given a numerical designation which defined their persona (true quality).

Eurocentric secularist describe numerous gods, or deities, from the ancient period as if cultures just randomly invented these figures on a whim! In reality ALL of these ancient figures were claimed to have literally existed sometime during pre-history, they were of course later incorporated into the mythologies and legends of numerous other cultures with certain attributes or characteristics of real living kings, or previous known heroes. Every single deified figure, or god, of the Greeks, Romans, Hindo, and Egyptians follows the same pattern. In time the gods, or deities, of one culture were just conflated so they could reappear under a different name for a different culture. Below take a look at the Biblical deity Ba’al Hadad, and the value of his name as assigned via the ancient Mesopotamians.

God Of Mesopotamia & Their Numerical Value

Haddad

Hadad = 6

The Babylonian and Assyrian god Hadad was known to the Sumerians as Ishkur, and is often shown with a wheel, a lion-dragon or a bull. Hadad is the god of storms. He was designated with the number six.

Sumerian God = Iskur
Amorite God  = Baal Zephon
Akkadian God = Baal Ramman
Aramaic God  = Rimmon
Hittite God  = Teshub
Egyptian God = Set
Rigvedic God = Indra
Greek God    = Zeus
Roman God    = Jupiter
Pagan God    = Woten

From the view of the ancients, so too in Judaism, for example, numbers are viewed as an integral part of understanding the divine. A visible token between the concrete (that is the physical world or realm) and God (also the spiritual realm) is known as an OT, which is Hebrew for symbol or sign. Since numbers concern the concrete, the revelation of identical numerical values of words or phrases which bear relation to one another or to the significance of the numerical value reached when calculated is viewed as an Ot, or sign of the divine.  That is that numbers each hold a certain amount of significance and can demonstrate some interior quality of the word or phrase itself. This understanding of letters or words ascribes the numerical patterns demonstrated in Gematria to indicate importance.

EXAMPLE OF GEMATRIA

The most common and well known example of Gematria is the Hebrew word Chai (“living”, Hebrew Hai) which is both a symbol and word meaning “life”. In English the word Chai is pronounced ‘hi’, as though one were offering a friendly salutation. The word Chai consists of the Hebrew letters Chet (het n) and Yod. Applying a set system of Jewish Gematria (“Ragil” the basic method or “Mispar gadol” the Great Number method) to the Hebrew letters Chet ( which is given a value of 8) and Yud  (which is given a value of 10) results in the calculated value of 18 or 10 + 8.

Hebrew Chai 18 Life gematria

As a result of  this Gematria find, the number eighteen is oft viewed as a positive sign or OT of “good luck”. In Judaism, the number 18 has come to represent the ‘good of things to come’, or “ life and good fortune‘. For this reason Jews oft wear charms or emblems which depict this popular symbol.

USAGE OF GEMATRIA

Falsehood Statement: The only method for Gematria use is Greek. = FASLE!

The ancient tradition of Gematria use, which assigns a numerological value to letters in an alphabet extends to all languages and has never been relegated to only one language. EVER! While Hebrew Gematria is the most known of this discipline, scholars consider Greek and Babylonian Gematria to predate it by many centuries. Babylonian Gematria is considered to date back to the 8th century B.C, where sages of the time employed a method of calculation seemingly based on increments of six and ten units, or measures, represented by the Sumerian cuneiform script.

The Assyrian form of Babylonian Gematria, seemingly based on larger increments of 210 each (the Gematria of the palace of Sargon = 16,280), likely correspond to the numerical pattern of smaller units of 6 and 10, by which is meant the formation of 10 Babylonian soldiers to 1 commander. If you were to utilize the number pattern of 210 for each letter in the English alphabet, you would find the correspondence to the ancient Gematria of Babylon, the name ‘Sargon’, for example, would thus equal 16,280. In English Gematria ‘Sargon’ equals 444. English Gematria system uses the patterns of 666, 888, 906, and 1110.

Sun Seal Illuminati Gematria Symbolism
A Magic Square Of Babylon

The Babylonians were thought to have employed a magic square of 111 x 6 to induce the powers of the cosmos to hex (Greek six, as in to create) or curse the forces of nature to submit to the will of a spiritual/symbolic Dragon/Saturn, preventing a spiritual attack of the air – demonic attack. By this magical incantation was developed the so-called Davidic Star, Sigilla Solis, and later the Philosopher’s Stone, all forms of ‘a magic hexagram’. Today users of the esoteric arts employ Magic Squares and Talismans called “Solomon’s Seals”, for Kabbalistic means and sometimes material gains with the numbers 60, and 66.

Solis Sun Seal 666 Illuminati

From textual evidence the practice of scholarly Gematria (Mystery School Gematria) is dated to around 70-200 CE, known as the Tannaic period.

For centuries Jewish scholars have used two forms of Gematria, the revealed form, a numeric form of hermeneutics which allows for the interpretation of the letters in a word according to their numerical value, and the mystic form, the search for the hidden meaning associated with every letter, word, and number.  It is estimated that by the 10th century over 1 million persons possessed the knowledge of Gematria and were extensively applying this method of interpretation to as many as 6 languages including Spanish and Greek.

ORIGIN OF GEMATRIA

Falsehood Statement: Gematria Is Jewish ONLY In Origin Invented In Israel = FALSE

Gematria (gimatria, Hebrew gematriya) is considered to be between three or five thousand years old system of applying numerical values to the letters of an alphabet for the purpose of finding identical numerical values to religious or secular words, names, and phrases.

Latin Gematria

It is speculated that the word Gematria derived from the order of the Greek
alphabet, gamma being the third letter (gamma plus tria). Another possibility
is that the word Gematria derived from the Greek word geometria (earth-measure or earth measurement) from which the English word “geometry” derives. According to S. L. MacGregor Mathers, an occult practitioner and one of the founders of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the word Gematria is a metathesis, or grammatical revision, of the Greek word ’Grammateia’ meaning tabulation as to denote in an organized fashion. In either case, it is rather likely that both geometria, (geometry) and “gamma + tria” had an influence on the formation of the word.

Sumerian 60 & Time

An hour has 60 minutes and a minute has 60 seconds because the Sumerians used a base 60 counting system. The number pattern of inducing sixes is today called ‘hex-craft’, and was first introduced via ancient ‘Bawru’, home to Black tribes of ancient Summer living in Babylon, who claimed to have been taught complex mathematics from a group of antediluvian beings called Apkallu (Abgal). Sexagesimal (base 60) is the numerical system of 60. English Gematria utilizes a base of 6. The numerical designation of the Sun god Shamash was sometimes the number 60, while the diety Hadad was shown with the number 6.

Plimpton 322

“The tablet, known as Plimpton 322, was discovered in the early 1900s in southern Iraq and has long been of interest to scholars. It contains 60 numbers organized into 15 rows and four columns inscribed on a piece of clay about 5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. It eventually entered the collection of George Arthur Plimpton, an American publisher, who later donated his collection to Columbia University.” – Kenneth Chang, New York Times

Artaxerxes II SUSA b

In the mythical origin of Gematria, the biblical King Nimrod (Gilgamesh) had established his authority in the land of Sumer, which was also known as ‘the land of the black head people’ – SUMERIAN Sa’gig’ga. These people, believed to be black Sumerians, (Bawru) developed all sciences and knowledge of the ancient world including arithmetic and geometry, as well as the discovery of the wheel and the formation of city-state government. These methods of civilization would later travel to the Egyptians, then Greeks, through the Chaldeans. In ancient texts the historians record various legends which state the Bawru learned of these advances from the Apkallu (also known as Seven Sages, or Earth Elohim), while Sumerian epics state these advances were taught to the Chaldeans from containers of knowledge called prsu (Sumerian MES, Akkadian NE/Parsu). Gnostics and Christians later viewed these ancient sages as ‘fallen angels’, while Alternative Historians claim these beings were ancient aliens.

“The Book of Enoch says that fallen angels brought mankind various types of knowledge that were not known up until that time. These included the making of swords and knives, shields and breastplates; the knowledge of metals and the working of them; making bracelets and ornaments and applying makeup; costly stones and coloring tinctures; enchantments and root cuttings; astrology, the constellations and clouds; the signs of the earth, sun and moon.” – Sharon K. Grossman

“It was Ham and his four Negro sons, Cush, Mizraim, Phut and Canaan, who developed the world’s first industrious and sophisticated civilizations. They invented the wheel, math, the alphabet, astronomy, science, architect, navigation, irrigation, agriculturem sculpture and the textile industry; knowledge which was later transmitted to Greece and Rome.” – Dr. John L. Johnson

Babylon Gematria Illuminati

Sumerians created numerous maps of the stars and invented a form of Babylonian Gematria, based on units of 6 and 60, with larger increments of 210 each (which corresponded to the Sumerian military units of 10 soldiers to one commander).

“The stele indicates that Sumerian troops fought in phalanx formation,  organized six files deep with an eight-man front, a formation similar to that used later in Archaic Greece. The Sumerians used both the decimal and sexagesimal system based on multiples of six (they were the first to divide an hour into sixty minutes), and most probably, the organization of the army was based on multiples of 6, 60, 120, and so on.” – Happy W, Sumer To Sargon

This numerical system sought to find a ‘true persona’ or quality of a divine nature (kinship) between Kings and Elohim magistrates (also known as stars/angels, and gods/demigods). This sexagesimal system of Babylon represented the numerical equivalent of kingship, or the Gematria of his name, while a system that incorporated the number 5 was utilized for female consorts or feminine deities.

METHODS OF CALCULATION

In Judaism the two primary methods for calculating the Hebrew alphabet are the Basic or Normal method, known as the “Ragil Method”, and the Great Number method, known as the “Mispar Gadol Method”.

Ragil Method

Applying the Ragil method to the twenty two letters in the Hebrew alphabet results in a numeric value of  1 to 10 consecutively for the first ten letters of the alphabet, while the next eight equal from 20 to 90 in intervals of ten, while the last four letters equal 100, 200, 300 and 400 respectively. The Mispar gadol method counts the final form of letters of the Hebrew alphabet as a continuation of the alphabet (500, 600, 700, 800, 900)

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The English Gematria method of applying the number 6 to each letter of the alphabet was developed by J.R. Church, and was based on the 6 and 60 pattern of the Assyrian/Babylonian Gematria method.

English Gematria

The numbers of import for this system are 444, 666, 888, and 1110.

In ancient Mesopotamia, for example, numbers came to identify the value of divinity that Sumerian and Babylonian gods held, each god (Earthly Elohim) given a numerical designation which defined their persona (true quality). This is why the English phrase ‘A Gilgames’ as well as ‘A Nimrod’ are equal to 444 in English Gematria – it signifies their ability to rule as ‘true kings’, and why in Babylonian Gematria the legitimate king ‘Sargon’ is equal to 16,280, while in English Gematria his name is equal to 444.

Number 444

The number 444, in English Gematria can best be associated to things related to: ruling authority, kingship, and things or phrases of ‘goodness’, might, or power. 444 is found in various other words or phrases, however, the interpretation of this number is that it usually coincides with things of an authentic ruling nature, an extreme power, or a hidden knowledge. The number 400 appears in 15 Biblical verses, but nowhere is there a mention of the number 444.

If you applied the increments of 210 to each letter of the English Alphabet (A = 210, B = 420, C= 630) you will reach the same result that King Sargon II discovered. This pattern of 444 in English and 16,280 in Babylonian represent a ‘true quality’ of divine right to rule. Which is why so many ancient texts ask the following question: “Who is like the king?, Whose name means king?”, Who was born with the name king?” These questions refer to the Gematria of the name of the king, which of course is symbolic of his ‘divine right’ to rule a nation. In the ancient tradition it was Elohim, or gods, which passed down the right to rule, allocated to a leader they saw as worthy of kinship, these were the anointed ones. Thus the Hebrews were anointed to be king. The Seven Sages of Mesopotamia – The Apkullas, were fish-like. These fish-like beings named the heir of the kingdoms their fish. Thus this term came to be used by the ancient Hebrews who referred to their heirs as ‘fish’. The names of Lucifer as well as Jesus in English Gematria are equal to 444, while in Sumerian/Babylonian these are equal to 16,280. The name Lucifer means ‘bearer of light’, while it also is symbolic of an angel of light (Venus/stars) which are symbolic of ‘princes of light’. Rulers and kings – The Kingship – the name Lucifer is a kinship name of a prince. The name Jesus is the kinship of The Supreme God, our Heavenly Father. The TRUE KING is Christ. While the Earthly kings, appointed by ‘divine right’ are the magistrates by anointed approval under the Christian conception.

Number 444 In English Gematria

Jesus
Hand Of God
Yshua
Donkey
Joshua
Messiah
The King
Ruler
Sargon
Increase
Gospel
Jewish
Menorah
English
Gematria
Muhammad
Lucifer
Energy
Occult
The Key
The Lock
Nuclear
Eighty
Tarot
Code of God
Hexagon
Heavens
Parables
Holiday
Finished
God And A Man
Weapon
Called Up

Apkallu = 444 In English Gematria

Chai Of Life = 444 (Meaning Life of Life)
Ab Of Life = 444 (Meaning Father Of Life)
Echad Sum = 444 (Meaning One Sum)
Hid Sum = 444 (Meaning of Gematria Encoded)
Elemiah Ab = 444 (Meaning Is An Angelic Name)
Aba + Bat + Gimel = 444 (The Holy Trinity)
A Ben Gomel = 444 (A Son Abundant Giver)
En Ab Gomel = 444 (Abundant Giving Lord Father)
A Perfect = 444 (Meaning of Perfected Condition)
A Hai + A Love = 444 (Meaning of a Life and Love)

Five (Chumash, Humash, xumas, Homesh, Hamesh) Hamisha Humshei “five fiths of the law”.  A Chumash = 444 (A Fifth)

Wisdom (Chokmah, Sophia, Hokmot) Shekhinah “the Glory of God”, an expression of femininity and God. Sophia + Abba = 444 (Wisdom And Father)

Neh 3:18 After him repaired their brethren, Bavai the son of Henadad, the ruler of the half part of Keilah. (A Bavvay = 444 ( A Ruler of Persian Origin, A Restorer)

—GEMATRIA BASED FINDINGS—-

A Greek Code              = 444
A Number                   = 444
A Perfect                     = 444
A Tetra-Ha                  = 444
Code Of God               = 444
English                        = 444
Gematria                    = 444
Hand Of God              = 444
Jinn Code                   = 444
Mene Mene                = 444
Ot Of Hai                   = 444
Read Codes                = 444
The Key                      = 444
The Lock                    = 444

OTHER 444 FINDINGS

A Billion
Aragorn (Lord of Rings King That Represents The Legitimate King of Series)
Aztecs
Enchanted
Final Jihad
Gate + Key
Harlot
I Am A Lion
Implode
Muhammad
Obedient
Photo
Pompei
Pupil
Real Death
Semetic
Shines
Solis
Songs
The Box
The Dream
The Help
The Hill
The USA
Weekday
Zoran (Hebrew word meaning Silicon)

Number 666

The number 666, in English Gematria can best be associated to things related to: mankind, stubbornness, falsehoods, lies, and hexcraft, or things or phrases of ‘evil, and either a willful display of manipulative tendency or capable of creating a man/beast calculation. 666 is found in various other words or phrases, however, the interpretation of this number is that it usually coincides with things of humanity, sinful or corrupt nature. The number 666 appears in 4 Biblical verses, most important of which is: Revelation 13:18 Wisdom is needed here. Let the one with understanding solve the meaning of the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. His number is 666.