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MarieR

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  1. Yes I saw your posts. Though I never heard of the theory of two texts, one written in Greek, the other in Hebrew. I always thought the Septuagint was a translation from a Hebrew form of the text.
  2. I checked the variants already and found none for the texts of genesis 1.1 and John 1.1. The text of genesis 1.1 was not found intact in the dead see scrolls but the few words that were still preserved matched the Masoretic text. I am usually not impacted by numerology but this guy found many links between the two passages, that he got me disturbed. One of his link is the one I put on my first post. The second is that by making a calculation (using the values of the letter, the number of letters) etc, he finds the number pi for genesis 1.1 and using the same method of calculat
  3. Thank you everyone for your answers. I was confused because he talks about holograms, triangular numbers, square numbers, etc. He finds links between them because of their shapes and then makes his calculations... And I have no clue about holograms, and all of this stuff. So as a non mathematician, from the outside, it looks intriguing.
  4. Hello everyone, I'd like some help on how to debunk a numerology on the Bible. It's based on the work of Vernon Jenkins. It's a bit too complicated mathematically for me, so if someone good at it could help me, I'd appreciate. So, here is the point made by the author: Genesis 1.1 and John 1.1 are mathematically linked as well as theologically (they are the 2 "in the beginning" passage) He says the gematria (in Hebrew) of genesis 1.1 = 2701 = 37*73 = 19*37 + 2*27*37 He then isolates the numbers 27, 37 and 73 from the calculation above and says that the gematria of
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