Friday, July 29, 2016

Gematria Index | Numbers 1-100, Simple English Gematria & Pythagorean Gematria

Simple English Gematria

0 through 9


10 through 19


20 through 29


30 through 39


40 through 49


50 through 59


60 through 69


70 through 79


80 through 89


90 through 100


Pythagorean Gematria
Don't forget to apply your exceptions (S,K,V)

0 through 9


10 through 19


20 through 29


30 through 39


40 through 49


50 through 59


60 through 69


70 through 79


80 through 89


90 through 100

10 comments:

  1. Thanks for this Zach! I am trying to compile a list of the most repeated numbers we see in news and sports in my notes, so as to have a fast key to decode with. Being a musician I am focused on memorizing as much of the coding as I can.

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  2. The most intriguing thing is, that there are no 44's and only (2) 144's [44 & 71]: "Forty Four" = 144
    71 / 44 = 1.61 [The Golden Ratio]

    The other is that there are only (2) 33's [16 & 90]:
    90 - 16 = 74 <===
    90 + 16 = 106 [Prophecy]
    90 x 16 = 1440 <===

    There are no 106's [Prophecy], but there are (2) 165's:
    "United Nations" = 165 = "Divide and Conquer"

    Those (2) Numbers:
    "Twenty Two" = 165
    "Thirty Seven" = 165

    Interesting connection to the word "Perfect":
    "Perfect" = 37 & 73 [Reflections]

    37 is the 12th Prime
    73 is the 21st Prime [Reflections Again]

    157 is the 37th Prime
    367 is the 73rd Prime

    "One Hundred Fifty Seven" = 239 <==
    "Three Hundred Sixty Seven" = 112 & 292 [29 + 92 = 121]
    "Revelation" = 121

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  3. When using pythagorean I know s = 9
    What do K & V equal?

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    1. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-sYC2cGpwCMY/VNbJs8QbzEI/AAAAAAAANEM/vF9Ue3Mm57Q/s1600/Screen%2BShot%2B2015-02-07%2Bat%2B6.27.29%2BPM.png

      Save this URL somewhere so you can always access it :-)

      And @Zach : Thank you very much, appreciate it :-)

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    2. Thanks Gomez,
      Does this mean K = 9 & V = 18?
      I should already know this I know I've heard it on one of Zach's vids, wasn't taking notes the first few videos I watched

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    3. K = 2, 11 WITH K exception, V = 4, 22 WITH V exception.

      Example: Kill = 2+9+3+3 = 17, with K expection = 11+9+3+3 = 26.

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  4. Funny how in both nine and five are the same. Wonder if that is why 9-5 is the average work day?

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  5. Good Call Z. What's that website you visit frequently for Prime #'s ? so we can Reference it here also.

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    1. I think he uses this - http://www.pl.numberempire.com/101 , I use it personally. Instead of /101 just put /number you want :)

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  6. Zach, I made a reference for this information and more so that it is searchable with Ctrl+F.

    http://fieldsofwhite.blogspot.com/p/number-reference.html

    My list has the following:
    (English Gematria, English Ordinal, English Sumerian, English Reduction, Pythagorean (K,S,V, exceptions), Jewish Gematria, Prime Number)
    The underlined numbers are the primes.

    I have the first 100 numbers done and still working to add more.

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