ALEPH and AIN be extra special.
Both ddouble as vowels, despite all the Hebrew articles
stating that the Hebrew alphabets are ALL consonants.
Not true. In the example below, we see that ALEPH is treated
like the vowel it IS : "A" [Sh+A+L, or schin,
Notice that hebrew alphabets
ALEPH and AIN look like "NY".
In the punscape it IS NY! which is the abreviation
for "New York." Witch comes ddouble as State
and City. Hmmm:
Checking the numbers we
discover the vibration of "New York" is Premier Beastflag
111. Hence, 6 of them = 666.
AIN is ddoubly extra special, because
it is also a crowned Hebrewbet, sharing its stage with no other.
Just 7 Hebrew alphabets got "taggim"; we delete
AIN for the reasons earlier noted. Now we have GZ JN _ FS.
Put them in SuZar's Hebrew-VibraLator. The mirror vibe is 666 (VB 459+ RV 207). ShortVibe = 36, pun for 666 ("three 6"). Backwards IV (633) + half
the ISV (33, half of 66) = 666. SexaSkorVibe (all 6 vibes added,
+ SK 19 add six times) is an astounding 1290, punnly pointing
to PISO. The digits resemble the letters spelling his
name (1290 = 9120 =PISO).
QuintaVibe or sum of the
first 5 vibes = 1110, another very special PISO number.
For each of the six, add
AIN, hence, 6 AINs. Now we have "GZ JN _ FS, oooooo"
; put that in SuZar's Hebrew-VibraLator 18 times. 18 "GZ JN _
FS, oooooo" has 666 Skors. (Play with it and get 111,
777, 888 skors etc).
Multiple AINs produce various
666s in the math. Example: 18 "O"
(Latin code for Ain in Hebrew vibralator) = 666
(backwards SH 621 + backwards SK 45); 222 "O"
= 666 skors:
Hebrew Alphabets are Punned in the Bible
I was surprised 2find all
22 Hebrew alphabets occuring in the Bible with each Hebrewbet
name spelled out.
Here are the KJV Bible spellings of the
BETH, GIMEL, DALETH, HE, VAU, ZAIN, CHETH, TETH, JOD, CAPH, LAMED,
MEM, NUN, SAMECH, AIN, PE, TZADDI, KOPH, RESH, SCHIN, TAU.
They head the 119th
Psalm divided into 22 sections.
One spelled-out-hebrewbet heads each section.
I was further surprised to notice an
alphabet name itself was punned in one verse. Upun closer scrutiny, I found that ALL 22 hebrewbets are punned one
or more times in the section they head!
For example, in the 10th section
for 10th hebrewbet JOD (beginning at verse 73) we find JOD punned
in word JUDgement (verse 75). Plus notice that the digit-sum
of 73 (7+3) = 10. In section TAU (beginning at
verse 169), TAU be punned as THOU,
TAU itself, and TEO ... in words THOU,
TAUght and righTEOsness.
Check back later for my detailed writeup
on this and other discoveries. In
the meantime, get your KJV Bible, turn to Psalm 119, and
discover for yourself how each Hebrewbet is replicated, usually
multiple times in the section of verses they head.