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Number 6 and its appointed root number (217-352-160)

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Appointed number and root pair: 6—(217-352-160)

Before we come to know the meaning of this number and root pair, please look at the following mathematical calculations:

Pick any two numbers that you wish, add them up and divide the sum by the larger number . Repeat this process many times. See the example below. .

For example, if we pick 1 and 6 this is what we would get:

(1+6) –> 7/6 = 1.167
(7+6) –> 13/7 = 1.857
(13+7) –> 20/13 = 1.538
(20+13) –> 33/20 = 1.65
(33+20) –> 53/33 = 1.606
(53+33) –> 86/53 = 1.623
(86+53) –> 139/86 = 1.616
(139+86) –> 225/139 = 1.619
(225+139) –> 364/225 = 1.618
(364+225) –> 589/364 = 1.618
(589+364) –> 953/589 = 1.618
……

The result of continued calculations (ad infinitum) can all be rounded to 1.618.

You see, once we fall into the realm of 1...

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Number of Perfection 7 and the Numerical Root of God’s Glory 370

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Number and Root Pair 7–370

Lastly, let us talk about 7 and its self root 370 – this pair represents the glorious manifestation of God’s life, way, truth and grace. Due to God’s redemption we are entering into heaven and enjoying rest with and in God; in the same way we are entering the kingdom of God and having the intimate union with God eventually realized. All these spiritual realities are invisible to man’s naked eyes but can be felt and experienced by saints who are living a life that overcomes numerous obstacles.

It is worthwhile mentioning that the number root 370 comes from the number 37 according to the Trinity Root Function. We can understand this way: 37 represents Lord Jesus, who is the Head, the King of kings and Lord of lords*; 370 represents the kingdom of God, which is th...

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Resurrection of Mankind: Its Number and Root of Number 8—(1459-919)

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Appointed number and root pair 8—(1459-919)

This appointed number and root pair 8—(1459-919) is closely associated with mankind’s resurrection after death.

One glance at this root (1459-919) will tell us in black and white that resurrection after death will not only take place for certain, but will also include each one of us. The reason is that everyone is hitched to this (1459-919) cycle and eventually no one can escape the reality of having to face death and resurrection, whether you believe it or not, and whether you are willing or not.

In this dual-element root, the number 1459 (we can call it “the branched root”) can be truncated (or cut into smaller pieces) as 1/45/9: The number 45 is the Theomatic value of “Adam,” number 1 in front of 45 means the first one, i.e...

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Antichrist 666 — Cross 777 — Jesus 888

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Chapter 8: Concluding Words about 666 — 777 — 888

Next, we will specially introduce to you some selected messages from our sixth book in the series entitled “Nightly Dew in the Desert.”

Out of all numbers, what draws our attention to wonder the most is the combination of these three numbers: 666–777–888.

Among the three, 666 is mentioned in Revelation 13:18 to refer to whose who have received the seal of the Beast and had its name; 777 is the Theomatic value for “Cross” in Greek; 888 is the Theomatic value for “Jesus” in Greek.

Thus we can see that 777 – the Cross – has divided all human beings into two sides: one side are those who have received the seal of the Beast and had its name; another side are those who have received the seal of the Holy Spirit and entered into the...

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Particularities of 1|10 and 37|370

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Chapter 6: Particularities of 1|10 and 37|370

Zero is not included in the nine basic natural numbers from 1 to 9. In fact, 0 can be combined with any of the nine numbers to form an infinite number of other numbers.

However, among the nine basic natural numbers the number 1 is both a number and a numerical root, which sets it apart from all the other eight numbers.

We have said it earlier above, that the number 1 represents God the Father in the Trinity; it also represents the Trinity overall. In other words, whenever number 1 is mentioned, it refers to God Himself.

We can calculate with ease that, 1 is not only the numerical root of 1, it is also the root for all other numbers with 0’s after it, e.g. 10, 100, 1,000 …

Although the number 1 shares the same numerical root 1 with other numbers...

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Why is the fish number 153 so special?

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What is special about the fish number 153?

153 is an extremely special number.

What is special about 153 is that all natural numbers that are divisible by 3, for example, numbers 3, 6, 9 and so on, share this same numerical root. In other words, one third of all numbers can be traced back to this same root, 153. Based on this, to discover the meaning of 153 we have to start with this 1/3 fraction.

Two passages in the Bible are prominently and closely connected to this 1/3 fraction.

The first passage comes from chapter 12 of Revelation:

“And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns on his heads...

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Chapter 1: Meanings of the First Nine Basic Natural Numbers in the Bible

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Chapter 1: Meanings of the First Nine Natural Numbers

First, let us look at the meanings of the nine basic natural numbers 1 through 9. No matter how many numbers there are under the sky, they are all made up of these nine numbers and 0.

The number 1 represents God the Father in the Trinity.

The root of the Hebrew word for 1 comes from a verb which means “to unify” – this indicates that what God cares for is the normal harmony between the Creator and His creation.

This number mainly has the following three levels of meaning:

Oneness: “… The LORD our God is one LORD.” (Deuteronomy 6:4)

Unity: “I and my Father are one.” (John 10:30)

Preeminence: “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last...

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