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Primes are the smallest dividers of whole numbers. It will be clear that the factors 37 and 73 of Gen.1:1 are primes. The definition of these numbers is: “ I
call them numbers that cannot Here is the table with the first 27 prime numbers (P) and their numerical places (n).
In the
numerical sequence ‘n’ I have marked the primes yellow. That are exact ten
numbers. The sum is:
1+2+3+5+7+11+13+17+19+23= As far as I
know these are the only two words, without mentioning the first word of course,
that from the beginning of the bible text start on their own prime. Therefore
the ‘light’ is the 1+2+3+4+5+ We can realize that the sum
of the factors of the Greek gematria of Jesus Christ, 2368=64x37, also 101 is: 64+37= But let's go on with the
prime table. The ten primes in the prime sequence I called ‘
The first
three primes,
The
4 has, because it is not a prime, no entrance to the Super Perfect world. But
because God is Perfect and His Creation too, we count the first four Perfect
Primes. The sum is 7+13+29+37=86, the value of the word ‘God’, Elohim, , 40+10+5+30+1=
It can be characteristic
that the word ‘God’ in this system has the number value 16, or 4
We started to count from the forth Perfect
Prime. In the table we can count not only horizotal, we can count vertical too.
The forth prime is 5, and the fifth prime is 7. The sum is: 4+5+7=16.
This way of counting seems to confirm the square of 4 and connects in this table
the 16 with the 86, like God ( The next step after the four is the five. The five is indeed a prime and can't ‘lie’. Therefore the five has entrance to the ‘Super Perfect world’. That's why we count now the first five Perfect Primes. That includes the three Super Perfect Primes:
The
sum is then 26. This is the value of the name of God, ‘Yahweh’, ,
5+6+5+10=
There where four numbers, that form 86, start on the 4th Perfect Prime and
the vertical count 4 When we now also
count the
The Super Perfect world of the Super Perfect Primes comprises 9 numbers. This world
becomes closed vertical by: 3+3+3=9 or 3x3.
The 9 ciphers with which the alphabet in the first instance becomes counted,
correspond with this and can be grouped in a ratio of 5-4
, namely in 5 primes and 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5 – 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (1+2+3+5+7) (4+6+8+9) 18 27 The
sum of the prime numbers in the sequence is 18 and corresponds with the sum of
all numbers in the Super Perfect world: (1+2+3)+(1+2+3)+(1+2+3)=6+6+6=18.
The highest number in that world is 3. That world gets closed (vertical) by 3+3+3=9.
The coming to completion of the three can be expressed as:
3x3x3=27. This number is equal to the length of the table, the starting point of
the alphabet, and the sum of the 18+4= or 18
4
The circumference of 4
=(24+10+5+12+1)+(5+6+5+10)=52+26=
78 corresponds with the sum of the
78=3x26 The (10+14+15+16+17)+( This number is the value of Elohim with the final value 600 of the sophit mem: Elohim You might say God has the final word in the end. He starts and He closes. And He is doing that by means of His Word, by means of the alphabet. With His Word He makes His Creation.
The Creation (Gen.1:1) embraces the alphabet, but the alphabet embraces Creation too.
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