Repeated Numbers Point to Mystical Paths. Do you need a miracle? Start looking for the meaning of repeated numbers. A peleh (in ancient Hebrew) is a wonder or a miracle. When the Red Sea parted, God was praised in “awesome in splendour, working peleh [wonder]” (Exodus 15:11). Sometimes, Scripture numbers can give hints or clues.
- The very scripture number as 15:11, has a repeated number, one. Leviticus 22:21 refers to a wonder as a miracle through words. The word for wonder is “peleh”. In Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. They still do. Peleh is spelled פֶֽלֶא׃ Hebrew is right to left. The 1st letter, peh, is also the glyph for 80. The second letter, lamed, equals 30. The last letter, aleph, is 1. Thus, 80 + 30 + 1 = 111.
- Spell out the word for aleph. Aleph is the 1st letter of the alphabet. It is similar to the Greek first letter, alpha. Aleph uses the same three letters as peleh, only re-arranged. In the word, aleph, is spelled with an aleph, lamed and peh. Again we see the same total: 1 + 30 + 80 = 111. How does one perform miracles or wonders with these triple numbers? The question becomes:
Are triple numbers meaningless repetitions of a single number? No. They hide a secret code. The code is found in the 3 x 3 traditional number square.
Repeated Numbers Stem from the Number Square of Saturn
Here’s how meaningful are the triple numbers. One example: 438 + 672 = 1110. There are 7 other examples in this number square. Click on the internal link if you have trouble figuring them out on your own. Here is an example of the triple “one” in our featured words: aleph and peleh. Not without significance, the Great Pyramid of Egypt is 1110 megalithic yards in its perimeter. Click on the internal link given below.
Conclusion: The next time you see a double or triple number in retail sales remember: They also evoke an ancient, lost code. This code can bring wonders and unity back to civilization.