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Code Of The Heart: Gematria As A Bible Decoder Bible Code Series David, Earl; Langner, David: 9781520393469  VIEW : 3    
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Gematria is an ancient numerical system used to assign numerical values to words and phrases. It originated in the Jewish tradition and has been used in various forms throughout the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa. Gematria is based on the idea that words have a hidden meaning which can be revealed through numerical values assigned to each letter of a word or phrase. The gematria calculator is a more interactive way to find the numerical values in the most famous Gematria against the alphabet provided. We are easily able to convert the simple words in the most known gematria codes. This can be great if you are finding the Gematria value so any phrase, word or sentence. It is great to convert a phrase or a word into its Gematria code, and we can discuss various topics without any fear of decoding our content. A gematria calculator is a tool used to calculate the numerical value of Hebrew and English words or phrases. A good gematria calculator will provide you with the numerical value of any given word or phrase in both languages, making it easy to compare two things. For example, if you wanted to compare the phrase "love is greater than hate," you could use a gematria calculator to determine that the total numerical value for "love" is thirty-five and for "hate" is twenty-one. This means that love has an overall larger numerical value than hate, indicating its greater importance in spirituality. It all goes back to the belief that the "word" was the origin of creation itself. "In the beginning was the Word," was God speaking into existence all of life itself. The word itself is powerful, generative, and thus the letters making up the word, or words of God, as in holy texts, must be broken down to the letter. Each letter thus takes on a powerful meaning, and by giving each letter a coinciding numerical value, each number then takes on an even more profound meaning, like the layers of an onion. Thus, the words in the Torah, which were believed to be the holy speech of divine inspiration, had a hidden meaning beyond the obvious. And, two or three words making up a phrase had additional power because of the creative potential not just of each individual word, but also of the combination itself. There are two basic types of Gematria; the "revealed" present in rabbinic literature throughout the ages; and the "mystical," which is a part of Kabbalah, the mystical branch of Judaism. The revealed form has roots in the Talmud and Midrash and the end result of the corresponding letters and numerical values often held prophetic insights.


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