The sacred name YHVH and the speed of light

Ben Avram

New member
It is very interesting to see how the sacred name of God YHVH leads us to the speed of light.

When we look at Hebrew gematria, where a number is assigned to each Hebrew letter, we can take the name YHVH (from where the Latin derives "Jehovah" we see that Y = 10, H =5, V = 6, and H = 5. The first letter in the Hebrew Bible is "B" (B'resheet) (in the beginning) "B" symbolizes "House" and also "Blessing" it also has the value of "2"

So God blessed us with this House called earth. If we square each letter value by "2" we get 100 + 25 + 36+ 25 = 186

The third letter is the "aleph" which symbolized "God" and if we spell out the letters "aleph" "lamed" and "peh" (a + l + ph) we get 111
God is 3 in 1, 1+1+1 = 3, or better yet 1 x 1 x 1 = 1

But also, the letters "a + l + ph" can also mean "eleph" which means 1000. So, when we attach 1000 to 186, we get 186,000 which is the speed of light per second.

Right Divider

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It is very interesting to see how the sacred name of God YHVH leads us to the speed of light.

When we look at Hebrew gematria, where a number is assigned to each Hebrew letter, we can take the name YHVH (from where the Latin derives "Jehovah" we see that Y = 10, H =5, V = 6, and H = 5. The first letter in the Hebrew Bible is "B" (B'resheet) (in the beginning) "B" symbolizes "House" and also "Blessing" it also has the value of "2"

So God blessed us with this House called earth. If we square each letter value by "2" we get 100 + 25 + 36+ 25 = 186

The third letter is the "aleph" which symbolized "God" and if we spell out the letters "aleph" "lamed" and "peh" (a + l + ph) we get 111
God is 3 in 1, 1+1+1 = 3, or better yet 1 x 1 x 1 = 1

But also, the letters "a + l + ph" can also mean "eleph" which means 1000. So, when we attach 1000 to 186, we get 186,000 which is the speed of light per second.
This sort of "numerology" is baloney.

Derf

Well-known member
This sort of "numerology" is baloney.
The first letter of baloney is "b", which in Hebrew is Bet', which means 2. The second letter of baloney is aleph, which means 1000. If you square 1000, you get a cool 1,000,000 pieces of baloney--which is a whole lot of baloney, much more than anyone should ever consume.

doodlebug

Well-known member
It is very interesting to see how the sacred name of God YHVH leads us to the speed of light.

When we look at Hebrew gematria, where a number is assigned to each Hebrew letter, we can take the name YHVH (from where the Latin derives "Jehovah" we see that Y = 10, H =5, V = 6, and H = 5. The first letter in the Hebrew Bible is "B" (B'resheet) (in the beginning) "B" symbolizes "House" and also "Blessing" it also has the value of "2"

So God blessed us with this House called earth. If we square each letter value by "2" we get 100 + 25 + 36+ 25 = 186

The third letter is the "aleph" which symbolized "God" and if we spell out the letters "aleph" "lamed" and "peh" (a + l + ph) we get 111
God is 3 in 1, 1+1+1 = 3, or better yet 1 x 1 x 1 = 1

But also, the letters "a + l + ph" can also mean "eleph" which means 1000. So, when we attach 1000 to 186, we get 186,000 which is the speed of light per second.
I've read a lot of your posts and they normally make sense. This one? Not so much.

Ben Avram

New member
I kinda like baloney, as long as it isn't pork Some posts are to make readers think and meditate, others are just to make you smile and chuckle a bit

doodlebug

Active member
I like salami better than baloney.