7. The prime table.
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:
“Prime numbers are numbers that can be divided only by themselves.”
I call them numbers that cannot ‘lie’. This because they can only represent themselves. Their divider is unchangeable. They are ‘good’, nor ‘bad’, but they can't deny what they represent.
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=101. We see now that the sum of those ten primes is equal to the 27th prime, namely 101. The bible writer used this fact by starting 27th word of the bible on the 101st letter, the 27th prime. Also the 26th word starts on its own prime namely on the 97th letter. These are the last two words of Gen.1:3: ‘and there was light’, (200+6+1)+(10+5+10+6)=207+31=238.
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 third word that starts on its own prime. An other important fact is that the ‘light’, the 6th word in verse three, starts on the 21st letter, its own triangular number:
We can realize that the sum of the factors of the Greek gematria of Jesus Christ, 2368=64x37, also 101 is: 64+37=101. Word 37 of the bible is , ‘the light’, and word 64 is , ‘and made’. Together point the factors 37 and 64 of the Greek ‘’ in the Hebrews text to the ‘making of the light’( ). Word 64, ‘and made’, , is at the same time an anagram of the Hebrew , Jesus. Remarkable, isn't it?
But let's go on with the prime table. The ten primes in the prime sequence I called ‘Perfect Primes’. This because their place in relation to the numerical sequence is prime too.
The first three primes, 1, 2 and 3, I called ‘Super Perfect Primes’, because they are equal to their indicators. They are symbol for the Super Perfect World. Like above, so beneath. Like in heaven, so on earth. Thought, word and acting are one in this world. Probably therefore the three has an important symbol function. If God says in Gen.1:3: ‘there will be light’, than it's there in the very same moment. The ‘Thought of God’ becomes reality by His Speaking the very same moment. The ‘light’ is word 27 or said in a different way 3x3x3, the perfection raised to the third power: Super Perfect. It's a place where man cannot exist: if our thoughts would be transformed in acts, this world would be destroyed very quickly. Only the innocent man or the man with insight can exist here. God knows this and therefore he creates a world where the imperfect man also can exist. After the 3 comes the 4. This is not a prime. And the fourth prime is five (P4=5). Now there is space between the numbers, now there is place for the ‘imperfect’.
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=86. But 86 is also the number value of Creation, of Gen.1:1, calculated with the starting point of the gematria system: Gematria Katan(1 till 9). [Possibly the Greek word ‘odos’, the way (Joh.14:6), is related to this starting point: οδος= 70+4+70+200=344 of (4x86)]
It can be characteristic that the word ‘God’ in this system has the number value 16, or 42. And four was the starting point of the sum of the four Perfect Primes that leaded to 86. A square expresses the coming to completion of a number. Try to see it like this: when we have a room of 4 by 4 meter and we walk trough that room we step on each square meter and we get to know the whole room. We have been on each of the 16 square meters. God knows His Creation.. We will see that the square has very often this function.
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 (16) and his Creation (86) are connected.
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=26.
There where four numbers, that form 86, start on the 4th Perfect Prime and the vertical count 42 is, so end the five numbers that form the 26, on the 5th Perfect Prime. The vertical count is there: 5+7+13=25 or 5x5. This seems to consolidate (confirm) the perfection of this count. With 25 and 16 we can go to the bible text. We find word 16: , ‘and the Spirit’ (of God) and word 25: , ‘light’. Word 16 and 25 together: , and the Spirit of light. This is one of Gods most important attributes. When we do count 16 and 25 together than is that: 16+25=41. Word 41 is: , God (6th in the bible)
When we now also count the numerical places of the Perfect Primes (nPP) of these 4 and 5 PP's than we find for the four: 4+5+6+7=22, and for the five: 1+2+3+4+5=15. Together: 22+15=37. This is one of the factors of the ‘Creation’. 22 and 15 are numbers that play a roll in building of the alphabet. With these the ‘Word’ and the ‘Creation’ becomes build.
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 not primes or composites.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
5 – 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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 not primes in the sequence of 9. Now the following attracts my attention:
18+4=22 and 27-5=22
18 4 22 5 27
27 is the starting point of the alphabet, 22 is finally the size of the alphabet with which we work. The division of the alphabet is: 1 till 9 –10 till 90 – 100 till 400) The five sophit letters get replaced in the alphabet at the letters from with they are derived and get the following places: 11, 13, 14, 17 and 18. The sum of the letter places of those finals is 73, equal to the 22nd prime. This is a parallel between the sophit letters and the closing of the alphabet. With the 22nd letter, the tav, , the ‘sighn’ or ‘cross’, the 400, the alphabet gets closed: 400=42x52.
The circumference of 42x52 is 78.The gematria of ‘Yahweh Elohim’ in ‘n’ is 78:
78 corresponds with the sum of the primes in the sequence from 1 till 22:
The letters and the letter values that correspond with this prime sequence are:
This number is the value of Elohim with the final value 600 of the sophit mem:
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.
© Frank Colijn 2005