Precision Numbers the Letters of the 1st 5 Books of the Bible

Plus one factor is prominent

Precision Numbers the Letters of the 1st 5 Books of the Bible. They include the 27 letters listed below. We have a tally for each letter. The collective total is also given as 304,805 letters. The letters of the 1st 5 books, (called Torah in Hebrew) also doubled as numbers. The system was based on numbers 1 to 9. The Hebrew letters actually doubled as numbers. There was no separate system of letters and numbers like in, for example, English. This ancient double representation is called by a Greek name, “gematria”. Of course, higher digits were derived from combing these nine numbers. Thus, 27 letters + 9 numbers = 36 total symbols.  In effect, God used these 27  letters and the 9 digits (totals 36) as a templet to stamp out the other 304,805. The total becomes 304,805 + 36 = 304,841.  Once we know this, the formula appears:



Precision is the Key for a Torah Scribe in Copying these 5 Books of Moses for a new Torah
Precision means every letter, word, sentence… must be written without any mistake. One mistake nulls the whole process.

Sefer Torah at old Glockengasse Synagogue, Cologne.

A Sefer Torah (Hebrew: ספר תורה; plural: ספרי תורה Sifrei Torah ; “Book(s) of Torah” or “Torah scroll(s)”) is a handwritten copy of the Torah, the holiest book in Judaism.

Why is precision so important?

I have been blogging about the 3 x 3 number square and its hidden number codes. Those who haven’t read them are at a disadvantage. Sorry. They are all available for free on Just press “all posts”. This number square’s essence is: It is the smallest number square. Yet, it grows to infinity. This happens by multiples of ten. Ten totals any opposite pair of 2 numbers of the square of the featured picture above.  Now for the math:

  • Any opposite numbers two at the time total 110. For example 43 + 67 = 110. Any row that crosses the center is its own compliment as: 95 +15 = 110
  • 110 can be pulled out of this square in 16 ways. 16 x 110 = 1760. How was 1760 used in antiquity? The perimeter around the Great Pyramid of Egypt is 1760 0f shorter Egyptian cubits of 1.71818…feet. Another way, 1760 numbers the “English” yards in a mile of 5,280 feet.

So where is the 304,805 letters of the Torah + the 36 letters and numbers used as the templet (total 304,841)?   The key to this question belongs to all mankind. The design below is used by all religions. The picture below illustrates one application from one religion:  Christian legends have claimed that the Glastonbury Abbey was founded by Joseph of Arimathea in the 1st century.The length of the vessel of the well cover (enclosed section by the overlapping circles.) is longer than the width by the square root of 3. 

The vesica piscis design covering the well at the Glastoncury Abbey

Take 176,000 ( which is 1,760 x 10 x 10) from 3 x 3 number square.  Multiply it by the square root of 3= 304,841.  We have the total letters including the templet of 36 that forms the Torah. The number gives rise to the formula and design that frames the first 5 books of the Bible in Hebrew.

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