Mathematics

Torah and Mathematics: Happy Numbers, Singu...

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The Atbash Letter Transformation (אתבש)

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At-bash is a basic “reflective” transformation pattern, wherein the first and last letters of the alef-beit transform into one another, as do the second and second-to-last, and

Introduction to Letter Transformations (ח...

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The Hebrew term for letter transformations is chilufei otiyot , which literally means “the interchanging of letters. There are a number of different transformation schemes used in

The Albam Letter Transformation (אלבם)

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Al-bam is a method of alphabetic transformation. The basic “direct” transformation pattern, wherein the alef-beit is divided into two equal groups of eleven letters which are then

Gematria Chart

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The Achas- Beta Letter Transformation (אח...

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Achas-beta is a method of alphabetic transformation wherein the first 21 letters of the alef-beit are initially divided into three equal groups of seven letters, which are then

The Ayik-Becher Letter Transformation (אי...

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Ayik-becher is a method of alphabetic transformation wherein the 27 letters of the full alef-beit (including the five letters with a final form (mem, nun, tzadik, pei, and

The At-Bach Letter Transformation (אטבח...

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At-bach is a method of alphabetic transformation that is initially divided into three groups, in accordance with either of two systems: 9, 9, and 4 when

The Ach-bi Letter Transformation (אכבי)

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Ach-bi is a method of alphabetic transformation wherein the alef-beit is divided into two equal groups of eleven letters. Within each group, the letters pair “reflectively”–the first with

The Five Vocal Origins of the Letters

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The 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet divide into 5 phonetic groups, based on their origin in the mouth’s vocal system: the throat: א (alef) ח

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