Book of 2 John  (*.pdf)   

B.  BIBLE VERSES  // Gematria analysis at the back of the paper

       Prophet of God

C. BIBLE TOPICS  // Gematria analysis at the back of the paper

       Sabbath  (*.pdf)

       Passover  (*.pdf)

       Feast of Unleavened Bread  (*.pdf)

       Feast of First Fruits   (*.pdf)

       Feast of Pentecost   (*.pdf)

       Feast of Trumpets   (*.pdf)


Gematria is the numerical value of words based on the sum of the numerical value of the letters.  Both Hebrew and Greek have no Arabic numerals.  In ancient times they used letters as numbers (see bottom of page for a list).  Every Greek and Hebrew word had a plain meaning based on its arranged letters, plus a numerical value based on the sum of the letters’ numerical values.

The premise of Gematria is the Holy Scripture has the amazing property that we can map both ways:

                  Word – - – > Number

                  Number – - – > Word

If you know the word, you can calculate the number.

If you know the number, you can work back to a meaning expressed in words.

In addition to words having numerical values, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, and whole books in the Bible have numerical values.

Needless to say, it is a complex task to reduce large numerical values representing collections of words to their meanings.  This is simplified by expressing large numbers in terms of their prime factors.  Each prime factor has a unique meaning.  A collection of prime factors defines the meaning of the word, phrase, verse, chapter, and book.  Sometimes with many prime factors there are many possible meanings.  Also, some prime numbers are larger than the ones with known meanings.  We have overcome these issues by first identifying the Gematria meanings of phrases of small numbers of words.

Examples of applying the numerical meanings to phrases in Scripture are provided for the book of 2 John and other passages (see above).

The Gematria meanings must have direct relevance to the written meaning of the phrases.  The study above shows this.  In fact, the meaning of the Gematria of phrases in the book of 2 John is quite pertinent to the book’s message.  This is a powerful demonstration the underlying meanings of the spiritual numbers is correct.  Were it not so, the numerical meanings would be gibberish compared to the written meaning of the phrases.

The study of Gematria is a very advanced application of spiritual numbers.  Unless you are knowledgeable in spiritual numbers (that would be very few of you) and unless you have a deep grasp of the whole body of Scriptures from decades of study (again, very few qualify), we do not recommend you draw conclusions from personal Gematria studies.  We recommend you start by studying God’s truth in the Scriptures, the stars, and spiritual numbers.  Then progress to God’s truth in creation and geography.  After all this, then work on Gematria.

A list of meanings of numbers is provided in the side panel to the right on your screen.  Down-loadable versions of spiritual number maps is provide on the home page of this site:  CLICK HERE



Greek Value
A Alpha 1
B Beta 2
G Gamma 3
D Delta 4
E Epsilon 5
<none> 6
Z Zeta 7
H Eta 8
Q Theta 9
I Iota 10
K Kappa 20
L Lambda 30
M Mu 40
N Nu 50
F Xi 60
O Omicron 70
P Pi 80
<none> 90
R Rho 100
S Sigma 200
T Tau 300
U Upsilon 400
V Phi 500
X Chi 600
Y Psi 700
W Omega 800
<none> 900

4 Responses to “8 GEMATRIA”

  1. OUM ESSOUNGA EMMANUEL October 15, 2012 at 5:07 pm #

    The french alphabet, with 26 leters is quite the same as the greek one . The french has two more letters :the letter C which sounds like in the english word “Cat” and the letter J like in the word “jump” . The question is what may be values of these two letters ? Is The bible translated into french theomaticaly pertinent andmeaningful ?
    Blessings .

    • mark h lane October 15, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

      Bonjours M. Oum,
      Enchantez de vous rencontrez.
      For the purposes of interpreting the messages of God, the only writing acceptable for purposes of gematria interpretation is the Bible. The Bible, has been inspired by God in only two original languages: Hebrew and Greek. Revelations 22:18 warns us not to add to the Bible on pain of great judgments. So while it may be possible for coded messages to exist in non-Biblical texts based on gematria of other languages, such messages must never be interpreted to come from God. I have heard there is a gematria code for Latin, however for the reason just given I would not pay any attention to a gematria study of any piece of literature written in Latin: that message can not come from God. Scripture is closed. There are so many messages of wisdom and spiritual insight in the numbers and gematria of the two original languages of the Bible that thousands of scholars working thousands of years would not exhaust them all. I say, lets work with what we know for sure comes from God. In Canada we have a saying “skate fast on thin ice”. In other words, lets skate on the ice we know is solid. Finally, I do not believe there exists a gematria system which could interpret the letters of a foreign language even if the text is a translation of the Bible in that language.
      A votre service.
      mark h lane

      • Yousef July 14, 2013 at 2:15 pm #

        The question is what may be values of these two letters: C and H ? Do names in the Bible have a particular meaning; Enoch Joseph? An do you use extra biblical reference, like Book of Watchers, Enoch, etc and do they have any value?

      • mark h lane July 14, 2013 at 4:00 pm #

        Yes names have a meaning both in the language and in their gematria value. For example ‘David’ in Hebrew means “beloved” and the gematria value of the three Hebrew letters in his name is 14 which means “Deliverance”. The Bible is true but there is also truth in other books. I would pay close attention to 1st Enoch for example because it is quoted in two places in the New Testament. May God bless your search for truth.

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