What’s In A Number?

Two questions that I asked last night were:

1-Can a healthy sperm and a healthy egg create a human being?
2-What does the number 666 mean, if anything?

If you understand Hebrew, Greek, and other languages, add a pinch of Pythagorean numeral reductionism, and apply the principle of Gematria, the answers are simple. What in blazes are you smoking Ernie?

Gematria is a system of assigning numerical value to a word or phrase, in the belief that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other. Every one of the 22 Hebrew letters of the alphabet are assigned a NUMBER. Thus, an egg and sperm cannot ALONE create a human being. Here’s how the Hebraic logic works.

>Adam (a human) is Alef (1) + Delat (4) = Mem (40) = 45
Apply Pathagorean numerical reduction (4 + 5) = 9
And the NUMBER for MAN is NINE!

>Father Hebrew letters (I will spare you the alphabet) = 3
>Mother Hebrew letters (same mercy here as well) = 5
>God (The Bible clearly states that God/Lord is) = 1

Thus 3 + 5 + 1 = MAN!

Without God, without unconditional love, without the breath of the Spirit, there is no human being because you only get EIGHT! I know this is sure weird isn’t it. But when we translate (I’ll spare you the numerical value of the Hebrew letters and just cut to the chase) Nero Caeser we get what? How about 666, because that’s what it is.

No wonder Nero was called “Son of the Devil” But, we’re not talking about a demon in red tights with horns. We’re not even talking about a mythycal being, but a human in history who committed suicide in 68CE.

1 Responses to “What’s In A Number?”

• donna

this was really cool Ernie, thanks. good lesson