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    To use the calculator above, simply enter the word or phrase you want to calculate. The calculator will then calculate and display the English simple gematira value and the English Jewish gematria value. They may not have meanings, but then, neither does “alpha” or “beta” in Greek; the Greek letter names were derived from Phoenician words which were kept for their sounds only in the Greek abecedarium. The English gematria number meanings are derived from the Greek geometria word “geometry”, which uses gematria translation. Still, in reality, English gematria number meanings are influenced by factors for the origin of the Hebrew word. It also exists in English since the past 17th century after the great Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola did the translation work. Even though it foundationally originated in Greek, it is extensively used by Jewish texts that fall under the association with Kabbalah. The Hebrew Gematria is the oldest known Gematria, and you should have a separate Hebrew gematria calculator to find the values in the Hebrew Gematria. The Gematria Hebrew is specific and there is no regularity of the numeric except for the first 5 numbers of the English alphabets. The decoder will then display list of words with a similar English simple gematria value and English Jewish gematria value. Today, gematria is still studied by those interested in exploring its mystical aspects as well as its practical applications in mathematics and cryptography. Gematria numbers are also used for numerology and divination purposes and even for finding hidden messages within text. Regardless of how it’s used, though, gematria remains an intriguing part of our cultural heritage that continues to capture people’s imaginations today. I dislike the use of English for gematria because the Roman script (which is what the English script ultimately is) wasn’t used as a system of numbers. The Greek and Hebrew scripts, however, had isopsephy/gematria from an early time onward, as well as enough letters to fill the gaps from 1 to 9, from 10 to 90, and from 100 to 900. I’ve never seen a good form of English gematria that I’ve felt right with, though, and just default to Greek if I need to. The number pinpointed here does not contain any significant meaning in it. The primary number’s essential purpose is that it simply represents the connection between the numerical value and its words.

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