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    Gematria is an alphanumeric code where letters and words in the Hebrew alphabet are assigned numbers, values, or calculations. It is commonly used in Jewish culture to understand text, particularly within the Torah, on a deeper and more spiritual level. Using the Gematrinator NX tool, you can learn more about the meaning of words and expressions in gematria. You can use the internet’s best gematria calculator to determine your Gematria value; if you don’t know your name or any other word, you can use the search function. I will also point out to you at this point is Kabbalah teaches that any word or phrase with the same gematria can be substituted in a verse from the Tanach. This is a well know method that is used quite extensively by earlier generational Sages. The ARIzal recommends that we do not utilize this method because when we truncate the zero’s we veil a significant amount of energy. All Sages have always cautioned that one should not use gematria based on one’s own intellect. Gematria should only be used when it has been heard directly from a teacher or they have read the writing directly themselves. This is especially true with the “small number” gematria, yet it is also true for all gematria methods. As we approach the manifestation of the Mashiach the final letter gematriot will become meaningful. Throughout history, some people have believed that the Torah contains secrets that can be revealed by gematria and used to predict historical events. If you adored this article and also you desire to get details concerning webpage – – generously go to the web-site. This belief continues to this day, and was popularized by Michael Drasin’s best-selling (and much criticized) The Bible Code, published in 1997. Some Hasidic communities that are steeped in the study of kabbalistic literature believe that the Torah, as read through the lens of gematria, contains clues to current events. Without a doubt someone with skill measured these celestial and earthly values long ago and diligently through time they were preserved. The values and measures as they come down to us give testament to a prior technical civilization. Without a doubt this is the reason these values are preserved over and over in ancient art.

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