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The Hebrew Alphabet

Since the Hebrew alphabet and numeric key is disappearing from the web (in my opinion) I found it prudent to scan my hard copy and put it back online.

There are many idiots who mindlessly break down the English language etymologically for historic and spiritual purposes not knowing it’s a waste of time. Since this ridiculous practice is prevalent, I am providing the Hebrew alphabet that isn’t a waste of time as far as linguistic forensics related to the end-times spoke of in Revelation are concerned. Enjoy!

Hebrew Alphabet and Numerical Key

The Hebrew Alphabet

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Although I am not sure how to properly use the Hebrew alphabet, I am sure its good enough for translating names into numbers using simple addition.

For example, 666.

The Holy Bible doesn’t say 666 is an evil number, it simply says that it is the number of a man’s name. So, being that the original Bible was written in Hebrew, and not Latin which English is based on, I am giving you word sleuths, and internet anti-Illuminati warriors of biblical motivation a tool to use to break down words which doesn’t represent a waste of time.

Revelation 13:18

King James Version (KJV)

18Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

Before you watch the video below: I have not studied this matter as in depth as it seems the gentleman in the video below so I can not vouch for his understanding. However, in looking for a video to feature with this post I ran across it and was exposed to new data on the topic. I am not in agreement or disagreement with the content in the following video but I felt it quite compelling thus earning it a spot on VizFact.com. As of this post, the following video only has 34 views. I have a special place in my heart for great videos with few views. I recommend checking it out seriously.

Video By: JermanDailey3

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The Hebrew Alphabet

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