# Advanced Internet Hidden in Genesis 1:1

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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