The Numerical Structure

THEOMATICS is an extremely complex, profound, and intellectual subject. Yet the basic fundamentals of how it operates, are quite simple and easy to understand. In the recent book, Theomatics II, we give a lengthy explanation and definition. Here we shall give the Net cruiser an extremely abridged version that will explain only the basics---without elaboration.

The Theomatic Number Codes

In our language, we have two basic ways of expressing ideas. If you look at a typewriter or computer keyboard, what do you see? Letters (the alphabet) and numbers. Just about everything we communicate in our language structure as human beings is with words and numbers.

The numbers we use (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0) are called Arabic numerals. To us living today, we take the use of these symbols for granted. But here is an interesting fact. For centuries, mankind did not have any numbers or numerical digits in his language structure. Instead, early civilizations used the letters of their alphabets to express numbers. You have undoubtedly heard of Roman Numerals (I, V, X, L, C, D, M). This is the same basic concept.

Hebrew and Greek

This same idea or principle is especially true for the languages of the Bible---the Old Testament was written in ancient Hebrew and the New Testament in Greek. Take a look below and you will see both the Hebrew and Greek alphabets, along with the respective number values for each letter in those alphabets.



The Greek number code as it is shown above, can be found in most editions of Webster's Dictionary. It has been in use since early times. The Hebrew number code was in use many centuries before Christ. If you were to look into a present-day Hebrew Bible, you would find the chapter and verse numbers given with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

The important fact to realize is that this standard has been in effect for thousands of years. Yet God in His sovereignty, pre-arranged all this---long before the world was even created---and then "secretly" composed the entire Bible to operate on this numbering system.

Every Word has a Numeric Value

Now not only does each letter in the Hebrew and Greek alphabets have a standard and fixed number or numeric value attached to it, but this same principle can be applied to words as well. To illustrate, here are two words in Greek---the word for Jesus (pronounced ee-ay-sooce), and the word for world (pronounced kosmos). By following the chart for the Greek number code and adding the numbers for all the letters in these words, we obtain the following totals.

But this formula is possible not only for the words Jesus and World. It also applies to every single Hebrew and Greek word in the Bible, which has its own distinctive number, or theomatic, value.

Phrases Also Add Up

Not only words, but also complete thoughts and sentences have number values. To illustrate, let's take the very first verse of the Bible: "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." (Note: Hebrew is read from right to left---just the opposite of English.)

As you can see, the number that is the theomatic value for each word is directly above it. What we can do now is add all these numbers together (296 + 407 + 395 + 401 + 86 + 203 + 913) for a total of 2701. Thus, the theomatic value of the first verse of the Bible is 2701. So each and every word of the Bible has a theomatic value, and also each and every sentence or complete thought as well.

Putting it All Together

In order to perform the adequate research, massive databases have been created. The Hebrew Old Testament and Greek New Testament exist in printed interlineation (like the above example of Genesis 1:1). But most importantly, all this data has been programmed into a massive computer database along with complete research software. It would take volumes to discuss all of this here (See Theomatics II (appendix A), and Theomatics and the Scientific Method).

Theomatics: On What Basis?

A number of people have asked the following question: On what is all of this based? Beyond the historical fact that the ancients used letters to represent numerals, where do you get the proof that God had anything to do with the assignment of number values to the Hebrew and Greek alphabets---and then to the individual words of the Bible text? Where is the verse in the Bible that tells us there exists any such phenomenon as theomatics? These questions are certainly valid and they demand an answer.

In Theomatics II, these questions are discussed and analyzed extensively. Two things are worth mentioning here. The entire numerical system can be found in some of the earliest Greek manuscripts for the New Testament. In the papyrus documents, the many numbers mentioned in the text are actually given with these numerical values. For example, the well known number 666 from the book of Revelation (13:18), appears as the following Greek letters.

But not only that, the most convincing proof is the fact that the numbers specifically mentioned in the text, match up with the actual mathematical patterns that exist with the numerical values.

The Bible mentions hundreds of different numbers. Adam lived 930 years. Abraham had 318 servants. There were 12 tribes of Israel. Daniel's vision of the 70 weeks. Jesus healed a man who had been lame for 38 years. A woman is bound by Satan for 18 years. There were 276 souls saved on the apostle Paul's shipwreck. The number 7 is mentioned "54 times" in Revelation. The Lamb stands on Mt. Zion with 144 thousands. And so on.

Every number mentioned in the Bible is a key number for theomatics. It is as though God says, "here is the number to use!" In otherwords, the numbers that appear openly in the text are all intertwined with the numerical values themselves. In fact, that is how theomatics was discovered.

In Chapter 3 of Theomatics II, it discusses the passage from John 21:11, where the disciples went fishing, and they caught 153 fishes. This bizarre passage has taxed the minds of many a Bible student. But theomatically, everything to do with fishes and fishing in the entire Bible is based on the number 153. The word for FISHES in Greek has a value of 153 x 8. The Greek word for THE NET has the same value of 153 x 8. The words MULTITUDE OF FISHES is also 153 x 8 x 2. And the two Greek words for FISHERS OF MEN has a value of 153 x 14. On and on it goes.

Getting back to our original question. Why didn't Jesus or the apostle Paul openly tell us about theomatics? Why has God kept it a secret these thousands of years? The answer is simple. Maybe God in His sovereignty did not want people delving into all this before the proper time. But the fact of the matter is, He did tell us! The numerical values or theomatic system appears in the early manuscripts, and every number mentioned openly in the text is part of the structure.

NOTE: Theomatics is not the very first time in history where the concept of the numerical values has been applied to Hebrew and Greek words in the Bible. (For example, the ancient practice of gematria and Jews with their Kabala).
However, theomatics is: (1) the first time in history where the principles according to which this structure operates have been discovered and made explicable, and (2) the fact that God did this can be proven in a scientific manner that is both repeatable and predictable. Nothing before in history has ever operated on the collective principles demonstrated in theomatics.

Hebrew and Greek Grammar

The entire word structure of the Bible, was designed by God in a unique way so that theomatics could work. In otherwords, God specifically structured the grammar of the Hebrew and Greek languages so that all of the number patterns could fit and flow together. An amazing degree of thought went into it. Theomatics will answer many puzzling questions as to the why's of these two languages and their grammatical structure. Theomatics II explains this extensively.

Multiples and Clusters

Without elaborating, there are a number of other principles that theomatics operates by. One is called multiples, and the other is clustering.

Everything in theomatics operates on the principle of multiples and multiple structures---based upon prime numbers and various factor combinations. This concept can become very complicated and involved. There are many aspects to multiples.

Clustering is the concept where numbers cluster around these large multiples. The theomatic hits fall within the range of one or two numbers surrounding the large multiple factors. For example, the numbers 700 and 1500 are multiples of the number 100, because they can be divided evenly by 100. A theomatic phrase may have a value of 701 or 1498. Both of these numbers fall within a cluster of the multiples of 100.

Theomatics and the Scientific Method

The multiple factors and the clustering is so consistent in theomatic words and phrases, that it boggles the mind. The major fact is that it happens so regularly, as to defy any mathematical odds. In otherwords, if theomatics was not true, the numerical values for words and phrases would only produce "random" results. But the theomatic results are clearly not random. Computerized testing---comparing theomatic results vs. random results---will overwhelmingly prove that fact. Even the most cautious and astute of mathematical scientists, will be completely blown away when presented with the data. The results are not marginal. The results are positively overwhelming.


This discussion has been very brief. There are two books (that consist of about 1000 pages total) that thoroughly explain all this. Also, on the home page, there are three major examples of theomatics phenomena.

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