The number of his name - supplementalA numeric mystery
These slides are supplemental to the main presentation "The Number of his Name". For those who would like to check the details in the two flowcharts titled "Eight letters used more than once" and "Eight letter values in the 100s", they are shown in full here.
The third way of dividing the letters is among the letter values themselves – into those with values of hundreds, tens, and units (under which groupings all individual letters of the Greek alphabet fall).
They are a multiple of eight. While the groupings according to letter values may be more likely to be multiples of eight than some of the other divisions we've seen, it's still not automatic that a number that is divisible by eight is necessarily divisible by eight in its hundreds, tens, and units. For example 888 is clearly going to be divisible by eight in its hundreds (800), tens (80), and units (8), but in a number like 736 (8 x 92), 700, 30, and six are not individually divisible by eight.
There is one letter with a value in units. It appears in Jesus, and is a vowel. Again, while all the white balloons identify a set or grouping with a total value of eight, they do not all represent independent or new features of eight.
The one letter with a unit value, which is a vowel.
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