*Factors
are all possible divisors of a number.
To find a perfect number you
need to know all the factors.
A perfect number is positive
integer that is equal to the sum of its positive integral factors, including one
but excluding itself. 6, 28, 496 and 8128 are the first four perfect numbers.
Also with the other SD's (sum of the divisors), the none perfect numbers, the number itself is
excluded. This calculator shows also the number itself en this should be
ignored. See the example of the number 441.
The SD of 441
(divisors 1, 3, 7, 9, 21, 49, 63, 147, 441)
is: 1+3+7+9+21+49+63+147=300. 441 is the number value of the Hebrew word ameth, אמת,
truth. And 300 is the CV of the phrase: Spirit of God:
Spirit of God, 
רוח אלהים 
, 86+214=300 
This calculation shows the mathematical relationship between the
words truth and the Spirit
of God. The Spirit of God is rooted in the truth.
*Prime
factors are all possible divisors of a number that are prime. Prime numbers can
only be divided by themselves. Until the 19th century mathematicians saw the number one
as a prime. After that time the last mathematician stopped to see one as a
prime. However the bible writers did see one as the first prime and
the 1 should be added to the calculation box of the prime factors.
The clue
for my assumption can be found in the very first verse of the bible:
Gen.1:1. The first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, the aleph, represents God in the bible
text. This is expressed by the letter places of the aleph in verse one. The sum
of those letter places is 86, equal to the CV God, Elohim, ,
40+10+5+30+1=86.
Gen.1:1
the
earth and*
the heaven *
God created
In the beginning 
When the six
letter places are counted two by two until one number is left, the outcome
is 439. When 1 is
seen as the first prime, the 86th prime is 439 (table).
Sum
of the letter places of the aleph in Gen.1:1
א 

א 

א 

א 

א 

א 


26 
+ 
23 
+ 
15 
+ 
10 
+ 
9 
+ 
3 
= 
86 

49 

38 

25 

19 

12 





87 

63 

44 

31 







150 

107 

75 









257 

182 











439 







P86=439

The sum of the factors
can not only have a perfect number as result, but also an amicable number.
Amicable numbers are two different numbers so related that the
sum of all proper divisors (factors) of each is equal to the other number. One is to be considered as a proper divisor but not the number itself.
The first pair of amicable numbers is: 220
and 284.
See how the first
amicable number is hidden/revealed under the six alephs of Gen.1:1. If we make a
triangular count of these six alephs like shown in the table below, the outcome
is 220:
l p 


sum 
3 
א 
3 
3 
9 
א
א 
9+3 
12 
10 
א
א א 
10+9+3 
22 
15 
א
א א א 
15+10+9+3 
37 
23 
א
א א א א 
23+15+10+9+3 
60 
26+ 
א
א א א א א 
26+23+15+10+9+3 
86+ 
86 
21 

220 
So we see that God
hides the number 220 under the six alephs that represent Him Self. The number
220 carries in its divisors the number 284. This happens to be the number
value of the word God in Greek: Theos, θεος, 9+5+70+200=284.