Co do liczby 88 czy 889. Iwan Panin matematyk badający pisma napisał to.
1. Place Values, Numeric Values, and Values.
The Bible is written in Hebrew for the Old Testament and Greek for
the New. These languages are the only ones known to the writer that have
this peculiarity: All the letters of the alphabet are used also for numbers. The
24 Greek letters stand therefore for the following Numbers
1 α for 1 13 ν for 50
2 β for 2 14 ξ for 60
3 γ for 3 15 ο for 70
4 δ for 4 16 π for 80
5 ε for 5 17 ρ for 100
6 ζ for 7 18 σ for 200
7 η for 8 19 τ for 300
8 θ for 9 20 υ for 400
9 ι for 10 21 φ for 500
10 κ for 20 22 χ for 600
11 λ for 30 23 ψ for 700
12 µ for 40 24 ω for 800
Thus the letters Ι, η, σ, ο, υ, ς have for their numeric values 10, 8, 200,
70, 400, 200. As their sum is 888, and they spell Jesus, the numeric value of
the Greek for Jesus is 888. The sum of the numeric values of its letters is
that of the word they make up. The sum of the numeric values of its words is
that of the sentence, paragraph, section, or book formed by them.
In addition to its numeric value every Greek letter has also its Place
Value, the place from 1 to 24 it holds in the alphabet; the first letter has thus
a place value of 1; the second of 2; the last of 24. The place value of Jesus
is thus the sum of the place values, 9, 7, 18, 15, 20, 18; or 87. The place
value of a sentence, paragraph, section, or book is thus the place value of
the sum of the words formed of which they are made up.
The sum of the place value and the numeric is the value of the word.
Thus the value of Jesus is 888 and 87, or 975. The value of a sentence is
the sum of the place and numeric values of its words; or simply of the values
of its words.
2. Chance and Design.
The NUMERIC VALUE
of Jesus Christ is 2,368; of which Jesus has
, and Christ has 1,480. Now
2,368 is 37 x 8 x 8
888 is 37 x 8 x 3
1,480 is 37 x 8 x 5
This numeric value, 2,368, itself 37 x 8 x 8, is divided between Jesus
and Christ by 37 x 8; of which Jesus has 3, and Christ 5. This of course may
be a mere coincidence, undesigned. But the chance for this being so is one
in 37 x 37 x 8 x 8 x 8 or 1,369 x 512, or one in 700,928; a small chance
indeed, but not sufficient for the present purpose to establish design here.
But this numeric value 2,368 is further divided thus: The vowels have
568; of which Jesus has 488, and Christ has 80. The consonants have
1,800; of which Jesus has 400, and Christ has 1,400.
Vowels 568, or 8 x 71 Consonants 1,800, or 8 x 25 x 9
Jesus 488, or 8 x 61 Jesus 400, or 8 x 25 x 2
Christ 80, or 8 x 2 x 5 Christ 1,400, or 8 x 25 x 7
These divisions are not only by 8, but in the Consonants it is even by 8 x 25
As the chance for these additional numerics is one in 8 x 8 x 8 x 2 x 2
x 25 x 25, the chance of one in 700,928 obtained above is reduced
1,280,000 times to 896,000,000,000, to some 900 billions, ample for
establishing design here.
The above is a good example of one of the methods by which the
science of BIBLE NUMERICS secures its results.
The presence of a numeric design in the Greek of Jesus Christ is not
a mere curiosity: it brings at once certainty into what had hitherto been
conjecture and disputation: The Seventy translators of the Old Testament
rendered the Hebrew Jehoshua, originally Yaishua, by JESUS, Iehsous.
The name could have been transliterated a dozen other ways. But they hit
upon the one form which not only produces with Christ a scheme of 37 x 8,
but which gives for the Savior 888, where the name of His Satanic
counterpart is 666.
All discussion therefore as to whether other transliterations might not
be as proper, if not more so, is henceforth shut out. The present Greek form
for Jesus was meant to be just this—designed.
But this design tells more: The Seventy made their translation some
280 years before the Lord Jesus was born. They could not have known that
the Messiah’s name would be the Hebrew Joshua. It was not they therefore
that chose this name for the Messiah, so as to produce this design in the
two words by passing by other possible transliterations. It is for the deniers
of the inspiration of the Scriptures to discover who it was that put this design
into the words Jesus Christ.
Jeśli dowiedziesz swoich racji – zyskasz niewiele,
jeśli dowiodą ci błąd – zyskasz dużo, poznasz prawdę.
Jehuda Ben Samuel (XII w.)