Advanced internet hidden in the 1st sentence of the Torah. Bereshit (בְּרֵאשִׁית): “In [the] beginning”. In modern Hebrew the word for in the beginning is pronounced “”Be-ray-sheet.” So, where does the internet come in? Check out the Hebrew word for “in the net.”
The smallest of the number squares (3 X 3) actually defines a net of numbers. Consider the eight numbers that surround number five as follows. In number squares, these eight numbers are called the perimeter for that reason:
- The obvious and simple total by single numbers is 4 + 9 + 2 + 7 + 6 + 1 + 8 + 3 = 40. This is true going in either direction
- Consider the perimeter of 3 x 3 number square by overlapping double numbers as: 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440. The 440 total is the same going in the other direction, right to left.
- Finally consider the perimeter by triple numbers corner to corner as: 492 + 276 + 618 + 834 = 2,220. Again, the total is the same going in the other direction.
Add the three totals: 40 + 440 + 2220 = 2700.
Where is the complex or Advanced Internet in the Scripture?
בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ These are the 1st 7 words in Genesis spelled with Hebrew letters. They translate “In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth.” In many Middle eastern languages letters actually doubled as numbers. This was called gematria. Look it up on line. The representative numbers of the complete line of 1:1 total 2701. A double check can be effected by asking someone fluent in Hebrew. The three perimeters of the above number square as 40 + 440 + 2220 = 2700. By the rules of “colel” one could be added to every word in a phrase or sentence without altering its essence. In this case in Hebrew the added “one” to 2700 would represent the essence of the One God: Therefore 2700 + 1 = 2701.
Conclusion: The 1st sentence of Genesis relates to the “net” and inner workings of the primary number square. It is the most basic of all number squares; yet, it is the most complex. Literally, if you know how it balances out to infinity.
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