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Rabbi David ha-Levi’s methods take into consideration the numerical values and other properties of the vowels as well. Jewish gematria or Hebrew gematria is the practice of assigning numerical values to letters in the hebrew system. This allows for words and phrases to be expressed as numbers, which can then be used for mathematical or mystical purposes. The most common way to assign numerical values to Hebrew letters is by using the assigned number of each letter in the alphabet in a kind of incremental way. The first 9 letters are valued from 1 to 9, the next 9 letters from 10 to 90, and the last four letters from 100 to 400. A gematria decoder find which words has a certain gematria value. Here is more information about site look into the internet site. This value is based on the letters of the alphabet, with each letter having a corresponding number. The calculator can be used to find the numerical value of a word or phrase, which can then be used to interpret its meaning. A sample of graffiti at Pompeii reads “I love the girl whose name is phi mu epsilon “. According to Proclus, Theodorus learned these methods from the writings of Numenius of Apamea and Amelius. Proclus rejects these methods by appealing to the arguments against them put forth by the Neoplatonic philosopher Iamblichus. The first argument was that some letters have the same numerical value but opposite meaning. His second argument was that the form of letters changes over the years, and so their graphical qualities cannot hold any deeper meaning. Whereas numerology is the study of numbers as they are to decipher their symbolic meaning. In Jewish mysticism gematria was the study of Hebrew letters in association with numbers.

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