## JESUS IN GENESIS 1:1

The first verse (Genesis 1:1) what we call the Protoverse, is the primary template used to decipher the codes of the Bible. The fact that a 3 and 7 pattern is seen in the very first verse is what propelled the new science of theistic mathematics.

What could be more fundamental than a double 3 and 7 pattern seen in Genesis 1:1 and a 3 and 7 pattern seen in blood on the Shroud of Turin. These two most important evidences of history both reveal powerful 3 and 7 prime patterns.

Some have raise doubts about the Inspirational validity of the historically recent versification of the Bible. This is to say that the standard chapter and verse of the Bible was only added much later after its canonization. The answer to this criticism is simple: The evidence is showing us otherwise!

Moreover it is a modern day conceit that somehow God is incapable or unwilling to guide His Word through history. Once again the evidence is showing us that in some real way God is and was aware of the eventual chapter and verse of the modern standard Bible.

To see some of this astounding evidence read:

Even to the non-mathematician, the numbers associated with the first verse of the Bible should immediately be alarming. Even if you are not aware of the fundamental importance of prime factorization to science and mathematics, simply seeing a 37 juxtaposed to 73 is eye-catching.

These factors, first publicly discovered by Ivan Panin, are a fundamental historical fact that cannot be ignored. They can literally be described as the scientific basis for modern theistic mathematics itself. It is then, highly relevant that they are encoded in the languages of Hebrew and Greek.

In the Hebrew way of numerating, the number 2,701 looks like this: ב׳ תשא

The first letter (Hebrew reads from the right) the Beth represents 2,000, the other letters equal 701. If however we add this up in their standard numeration they come to 703, which is the 37th triangle and the sum of the last two words of the first verse. The Greek way of numerating does the same: βψαʹ = 703 standard = 37th triangle.

## JESUS in Genesis 1:1

These numbers (37 & 73) reveal the identity of God's Son and the number of His name, reflected precisely in the spelling, in both Hebrew and in Greek, of the phrase Thirty-Seven times Seventy-Three.

In Hebrew, the phrase Thirty Seven times Seventy Three equals the name of Jesus Christ 2368 - (37th Prime + 73rd Prime) = 37- 73

In Greek ordinal, the words Thirty Seven and Seventy Three are equal to the Lord Jesus Christ

The number 294, the ordinal sum of the Lord Jesus Christ in Greek, is 37th tetraprime.
294 = 37th Tetraprime
(Almost 4 Prime)
2 x 3 x 7 x 7 = 294

In Greek ordinal, Thirty Seven times Seventy Three equals the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

## Graphing Genesis 1:1

A bisected internal triangle of the Protoverse (Genesis 1:1) reveals the personal name of JESUS in the Greek. The remainder reveals more of the Three Seven Code.

(37th + 73rd prime) + (37th + 73rd semiprime) + (37 73) = 2701

(157 + 367) + (115 + 218) + (37 73) = 2701

37 x 73 = 2701 = Genesis 1:1

The name Jesus Christ also figures in the Standard Numeration. Jewish tradition has long tried to explain why the first letter of the Bible was the letter B and not the A. The real reason is that with the very first letter God has begun to reveal His code. The letter 'B' or the number 2 in Hebrew, is indeed the very first prime number. Hence, God is saying, the secret is in prime numbers.

The triple separation in the graphic below is another part of the Three Seven Code.

2 = 1st Prime
331 = 67th Prime
2368 = 43rd Heptaprime

2 + 67 + 43 = 111

111 = 37 x 3

This is not a haphazard arrangement. It is in fact mathematically precise and the Three Seven Code:

37th semiprime = 115                              73rd semiprime = 218

115 + 218 = 333

37th semiprime + 73rd semiprime + Jesus Christ = Genesis 1:1
333 + 2368 = 2701

37th + 73rd semi-prime + 37th composite + 73rd prime = Jesus the Messiah
(115 + 218) + (54 + 367) = 754

We see this same 'Semiprime' correspondence with the Protoverse, by taking the nth semiprime of the ordinal Protoverse.

Genesis 1:1 Ordinal value = 298

298 = 93rd semiprime

298 - 93 = 205

Jesus Christ = 205
Greek Ordinal

These same two numbers (298 & 93) produce yet another first verse code that reveals the name of Jesus, now in the Hebrew.

298 + 93 = 391

יהושע = Jesus = 391
Hebrew

## The Triangles of God

The Cross on both the Standard and Ordinal triangles of the first verse render the number of the name of Jesus of Nazareth, in its true Biblical spelling.
The center and four corner cells of the cross come to 108, the very value of the word Stauros Σταυρος or CROSS in Greek ordinal. The remainder of the cross (644) is the sum of the Greek word Εμμανουηλ Emmanuel or 'God is with us' the prophetic name of Christ.

Emmanuel (Εμμανουηλ) = 644

(3 + 7) + (37th + 73rd prime) + (37 + 73) = 644

37th prime = 157

73rd prime = 367

In another extraordinary way we find this name and number 644, associated with the Protoverse. By using Euler's Totient Function, or Phi Function (φ) our familiar 3 x 7 = 21st letter of the Greek alphabet appears again. The Phi Function of a number represents those numbers up to number that are relatively prime to that number.

By using the Totient word values of the first verse, we discover the Emmanuel Code.

Word Values of Genesis 1:1 913, 203, 86, 401, 395, 407, 296

913 φ(n) > 820
203 φ(n) >168
86 φ(n) > 42
401 φ(n) > 400
395 φ(n) > 312
407 φ(n) > 360
296 φ(n) > 144

820 + 168 + 42 + 400 + 312 + 360 + 144 = 2246

2246 = 644th semi-prime = Emmanuel (Εμμανουηλ)

Even the first word is code. In the Hebrew the first word is Berashith 'In the Beginning' and has a value of 913. It's Totient value is 820 which is the 40th triangle.

913 φ(n) > 820

820 = T40

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The 40th triangle is a triangle with 40 rows.

We see another spectacular equivalence using Totient values by comparing the ordinal Protoverse (298) to the standard value (2701). Below you can see an absolutely mindboggling correlation. Here we see mirror logic where the mathematical operators are opposites. These equations display how the Protoverse truly does unite entire disciplines of mathematics.

Sum of Standard Word's Totient = 2246

2701 φ(n) > 2592

Sum of Ordinal Word's Totient = 198

298 φ(n) > 148

2592 - 2246 = 198 + 148

The Greek Ordinal of the Septuagint reflects Peter's confession of faith in Matthew 16:16. The number 446 is also the sum of 'The Truth' in Hebrew.

373 + 73 = 446

The name Jesus Christ of Nazareth also shows a numerical relationship to the first verse.

The cross of the verse displays, once again, the Three Seven Code.
(3 + 7) + (33 + 77) + (37 + 37 + 37) = 231

The 231 cross here, besides being a strong component of the Three Seven Code, is another reference to the Lord Jesus Christ, this time in the Greek ordinal. See the Trinity Code below for more Protoverse references to 294.

231st composite number = 294

294 = Lord Jesus Christ

Another example of the Three Seven Code is found in the proper spelling of the Hebrew Jesus.

יהושע = Jesus = 58 (Ordinal)

3² + 7² = 58

The first verse exhibits an extremely high concentration of triangular features. The triangle is the perfect and most basic symbol of the Christian Trinity.

The perimeter sum of Genesis 1:1 is 2080.  As discovered by Leo Tavares, 2080 is related to Jesus Christ via the following mathematics: 2 x 3 x 6 x 8 = 288 = The 3rd 7-Almost Prime number.

2368 = Jesus Christ
2368 - (2 x 3 x 6 x 8) = 2080

Every triangle you have ever seen is geometrically encoded with number 180 (the sum of the three interior angles). Therefore:

x φ = 288
180 x 1.6 = 288

When one arranges the letters of Genesis 1:1 as a figurative triangle (28 letters = 7th Triangle) the Divine signature of Jesus Christ appears in the ordinal numbers.

3 x 3 + 7 x 7 + 3 x 3 = 67 = Lord God (אלהים יהוה) Ordinal

3 + 3 + 7 + 7 + 3 + 3 = 26 = Lord  (יהוה

This configuration displays the Three Seven Code of the Scriptures: A 3x3 square, then a 7x7 square, followed by a 3x3 square, which is the proto-pattern of the first verse and the same pattern of the Logos of the Gospel of John.

ΛΟΓΟΣ = 373 = Word

Whenever you see this symbol it indicates an aspect of the Three Seven Code.

## The Trinity Code

To anyone aware of Christian Theology, this code is obvious:

98 x 3 Corners (The Trinity) = Lord Jesus Christ

The first verse of the Bible is clearly marked with an obvious pattern in its prime factors.

Genesis 1:1 = 2701 = 37 x 73

Remarkably, we see this same pattern again, when we add 2,701 to its digital opposite.

2701 + 1072 = 3773

The primary code of the Bible, the Three Seven Code, is predicated on the numerals 3 & 7 which the factors of 21 (3 x 7). This is the name that God first reveals unto Moses (Exo. 3:14). The first and last component of this name is Eheyeh or I AM, sums to 21. Here we can see the signature of 3 & 7 and 7 & 3 in this most Holy Name the same pattern we see in the Protoverse (Genesis 1:1).

3 x 7 which is 7 x 3

אהיה אשר אהיה

I AM that I AM

This reflection in the digits is a regular pattern seen in the Three-Seven Code. The pattern is the same symmetry seen throughout all of nature, from the double helix of DNA, to the positive and negative electric charges to matter and antimatter. By understanding this 'Mirror Logic' of the creator, we are able to decode many important passages of Scripture.

This most holy name (I AM that I AM) is a primary constituent of the Code. Incredibly we see this pattern of 21 and 21 in two historically important facets of the Bible. In the Jewish Faith, the central focus of worship in a synagogue is on the Torah (the first five books of the Bible or the Pentateuch). Each Torah is meticulously transcribed by hand in an almost superhuman feat of diligence by a devout Jew. The process takes years and so much as a single mistake and the entire Torah may be determined to be invalid. This process has expressly specific rules, one of which is the number of lines per page. Critically the number of lines on the first printed book, the Gutenberg Bible, has the exact same number of lines.

Both the Gutenberg Bible and every Torah has exactly 42 lines per page.

(3 x 7) + (7 x 3) = 42
Two of the most important Bibles in history correspond to the name 'I AM that I AM'.

The full name altogether is 543 = I AM that I AM.

אהיה אשר אהיה

I AM THAT I AM = 543

The Golden Proportion relates to this name through Modern Greek ordinal. The prime factors of 543:

3 x 181 = 543

The Golden Proportion = χρυσός κανόνας = 181

So the Golden Proportion times the Trinity = God's given name (I AM THAT I AM) which figures three times into the math of the first verse.

2701 - 1072 = (543 + 543 + 543)

The number 294 (as seen above) is one of the most important integers in biblical mathematics. We find it in some of the most auspicious places in the mathematical universe. Perhaps the most powerful code ever discovered is found in the RECIPROCAL of 3773. A reciprocal is a multiplicative inverse and is easily calculated.

1 divided by 3773 = Reciprocal of 3773

1/3773 =
0.00026504108136761197985687781606148953087728597932679565332626557116353034720381659157169361250993904055128544924463291810230585740789822422475483699973495891863238802014312218393851046912271402067320434667373442883646965279618340842830638749006095
9448714550755367081897694142592101775775245163

This very long series of numbers is a REPEATING DECIMAL. It will repeat infinitely again and again forever and ever, with these exact same numbers in this precise order. The number of digits in a repeat cycle is called its period. The period of the reciprocal of 3773 is 294, i.e. the infinite reciprocal cycle of 3773 is the same sum of the name the Lord Jesus Christ in Greek ordinal.

1/3773 = 294 infinitely repeating digits
294 = Lord Jesus Christ

If that was all there was to it, it would be more than enough. As it is, it is only the beginning. If we add all those numbers together, in a process called DIGITAL SUMMATION, we get an even stronger confirmation of the Three Seven Code.

294's infinitely repeating digital sum = 1323

(3 x 7 x 7 x 3) + (3 x 7 x 7 x 3) + (3 x 7 x 7 x 3) = 1323

To check the arithmetic here, copy and paste the comma separated numbers into a SUM CALCULATOR.

0,0,0,2,6,5,0,4,1,0,8,1,3,6,7,6,1,1,9,7,9,8,5,6,8,7,7,8,1,6,0,6,1,4,8,9,5,3,0,8,7,7,2,8,5,9,7,9,
,3,2,6,7,9,5,6,5,3,3,2,6,2,6,5,5,7,1,1,6,3,5,3,0,3,4,7,2,0,3,8,1,6,5,9,1,5,7,1,6,9,3,6,1,2,5,0,9,9,3,
,9,0,4,0,5,5,1,2,8,5,4,4,9,2,4,4,6,3,2,9,1,8,1,0,2,3,0,5,8,5,7,4,0,7,8,9,8,2,2,4,2,2,4,7,5,4,8,3,6,9,
,9,9,7,3,4,9,5,8,9,1,8,6,3,2,3,8,8,0,2,0,1,4,3,1,2,2,1,8,3,9,3,8,5,1,0,4,6,9,1,2,2,7,1,4,0,2,0,6,7,3,
,2,0,4,3,4,6,6,7,3,7,3,4,4,2,8,8,3,6,4,6,9,6,5,2,7,9,6,1,8,3,4,0,8,4,2,8,3,0,6,3,8,7,4,9,0,0,6,0,9,5,
,9,4,4,8,7,1,4,5,5,0,7,5,5,3,6,7,0,8,1,8,9,7,6,9,4,1,4,2,5,9,2,1,0,1,7,7,5,7,7,5,2,4,5,1,6,3,

The seven simple words of the Protoverse (Genesis 1:1) display an awesome amount of intrinsic design, that is hidden just beneath its surface. The utter poverty and poetry of its composition and the stark simplicity of its statement, unite entire disciplines of mathematics.

It is quite simply, the most elegant, and at the same time complex, mathematical statement in the history of the world. This can be shown again and again and again:

The Protoverse times its reverse, displays the 'Mirror Logic' of the first verse, in its digital sum.

Genesis 1:1 = 2,701 (37 x 73)

2701 x 1072 = 2,895,472

2 + 8 + 9 + 5 + 4 + 7 + 2 = 37

2 + 895 + 472 = 1369 = 37 x 37

1 + 369 = 370

The factorial sum of the seven words, i.e. multiplied together, displays the second prime factor, via the same mathematical reduction. We can see this 37 and 73 integrated blueprint in three different ways, thanks to Dimitry for his exhaustive search.

Genesis 1:1 = 913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395 + 407 + 296 = 2,701

913 x 203 x 86 x 401 x 395 x 407 x 296 = 304,153,525,784,175,760

3 + 0 + 4 + 1 + 5 + 3 + 5 + 2 + 5 + 7 + 8 + 4 + 1 + 7 + 5 + 7 + 6 + 0 = 73

304 = 3+0+4 = 7, 153 + 1+5+3 = 9, etc.

7 + 9 + 12 + 19 + 13 + 13 = 73

7 + 9 + 3 + 10 + 4 + 4 = 37

Perhaps even more stupendous, is the recursive nature of its constituent elements.

913 x 203 x 86 x 401 x 395 x 407 x 296 = 304,153,525,784,175,760

304 + 153 + 525 + 784 + 175 + 760 = 2,701 (37 x 73) THE MULTIPLES OF 37

The number 37 figures in many ways in the mathematics of the first verse. One of the strongest proofs of this is how the sum of the 7 words delivers a far higher than random chance number of multiples of 37.

1. 296 = 37 × 8
2. 407 = 37 × 11
3. 86 + 395 = 37 × 13
4. 407 + 296 = 37 × 19
5. 86 + 395 + 296 = 37 × 21
6. 86 + 395 + 407 = 37 × 24
7. 913 + 86 = 37 × 27
8. 203 + 401 + 395 = 37 × 27
9. 86 + 395 + 407 + 296 = 37 × 32
10. 203 + 401 + 395 + 296 = 37 × 35
11. 913 + 86 + 296 = 37 × 35
12. 913 + 86 + 407 = 37 × 38
13. 203 + 401 + 395 + 407 = 37 × 38
14. 913 + 203 + 401 = 37 × 41
15. 913 + 86 + 407 + 296 = 37 × 46
16. 203 + 401 + 395 + 407 + 296 = 37 × 46
17. 913 + 203 + 401 + 296 = 37 × 49
18. 913 + 203 + 401 + 407 = 37 × 52
19. 913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395 = 37 × 54
20. 913 + 203 + 401 + 407 + 296 = 37 × 60
21. 913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395 + 296 = 37 × 62
22. 913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395 + 407 = 37 × 65
23. 913 + 203 + 86 + 401 + 395 + 407 + 296 = 37 × 73

More multiple-math of 37 Genesis 1:1, thanks to Dimitry.

8+11+13+19+21+24+27+27+32+35+35+38+38+41+46+46+49+52+54+60+62+65+73 = 876

876 = 12 x 73.

If we reduce every number to 1 digit

8+2+4+1+3+6+9+9+5+8+8+2+2+5+1+1+4+7+9+6+8+2+1 = 111
111 = 37 x 3

If we subtract the repeating numbers from the total:

876−27−35−38−46 = 730.

Looking carefully, we can see that four of these combinations produce the same number twice. Adding these four duplicates together we would always get a multiple of 37, but not necessarily a multiple of 2701. So it is astonishing that when we divide the set into the duplicates and the unique numbers they are both perfect multiples of the original 2701.

Duplicate Numbers
999 + 1295 + 1406 + 1702 = 2701 + 2701

If we eliminate the duplicates and look only at the 19 unique multiples of 37, we find a tenfold repetition of the original pattern of the prime factors of the first verse.

296, 407, 481, 703, 777, 888, 999, 1184, 1295, 1406, 1517, 1702, 1813, 1924, 1998, 2220, 2294, 2405, 2701

= 27,010

Genesis 1:1 = 2701 (37 x 73)

2701 x 10 = 27,010

37 x 730 = 27,010 = 73 x 370

The 3rd and 7th of these unique multiples comes to the name of Christ (Χριστος) in Greek.

481 + 999 = 1480 = Christ

## Alef One

Alef One is one of the most complex and compelling codes discovered in Genesis 1:1. It is based upon the hierarchy of prime numbers from Euclid's Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. The code reveals in number, the birth name of Jesus in Hebrew, whose gematric correspondence is 391. We know for a fact that this is the true spelling of the Hebrew name for Jesus, based several passages in the New Testament where the Greek spelling of the Old Testament Joshua is given as the exact same as Greek Jesus.

The contention here being that the incarnate Deity is most closely identified with His birth name in His people's native tongue, the same tongue that the Scriptures were recorded in. Hebrew, not Aramaic, was the Holy language of the 1st Century and 21st Century Jew.

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● Alef One Individuated Protoverse Prime Scale = 173

173 = 40th Prime

173 = • The Protoverse: Genesis 1:1 (בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ)

• In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

The Prime Scale of Genesis 1:1

• 1,12,1,20,4,12,1,12,1,1,7,3,4,4,1,12,3,20,4,4,4,2,1,12,3,0,12,11 = 173

• 1st prime = ב

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 1 = א

• 20th pentaprime = ש

• 4th semiprime = י

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 1st prime = ב

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 1 = א

• 1 = א

• 7th triprime = ל

• 3rd prime = ה

• 4th semiprime = י

• 4th tetraprime = ם

• 1 = א

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 3rd prime = ה

• 20th pentaprime = ש

• 4th tetraprime = מ

• 4th semiprime = י

• 4th tetraprime = ם

• 2nd semiprime = ו

• 1 = א

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 3rd prime = ה

• 1 = א

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 11th tetraprime = ץ

218 = 73rd semiprime (Semiprimes are numbers with only two factors)

218 = Jesus in Greek abbreviation (ΙΗΣ)

218 = ● Prime Factors of the Individuated Protoverse

• The Protoverse: Genesis 1:1 (בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ)

• In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,3,5,5)(2,5)(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(0)(0)(2,3,5,)(0)(2,5)(2,2,2,5)(0)

(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,3,5,5)(2,2,2,5)(2,5)(2,2,2,5)(2,3)(0)(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(2,3,3,5)

To check this proof, copy and paste the listed numbers below into this Sum Calculator.

0,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,3,5,5,2,5,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,2,5,5,0,0,2,3,5,0,2,5,2,2,2,5,0,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,3,5,5,2,2,2,5,2,5,2,2,2,5,2,3,0,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,0,2,2,2,5,5,2,3,3,5

• (ב) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (ש) = (2,2,3,5,5)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ב) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (א) = (0)

• (ל) = (2,3,5,)

• (ה) = (0)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ם) = (2,2,2,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ה) = (0)

• (ש) = (2,2,3,5,5)

• (מ) = (2,2,2,5)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ם) = (2,2,2,5)

• (ו) = (2,3)

• (א) = (0)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ה) = (0)

• (א) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (ץ) = (2,3,3,5)

173 + 218 = 391

391 = ● Jesus (יהושע) [H3091]

10 + 5 + 6 + 300 + 70 = 391

391 = ● Alef One Prime Factorization of the Individuated Protoverse

• The Protoverse: Genesis 1:1 (בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ)

• In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

• 73rd semiprime + 173 (218 + 173)

(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,3,5,5)(2,5)(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(0)(0)(2,3,5,)(0)(2,5)(2,2,2,5)(0)

(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(2,2,3,5,5)(2,2,2,5)(2,5)(2,2,2,5)(2,3)(0)(2,2,2,2,5,5)(0)(0)(2,2,2,5,5)(2,3,3,5) = 218

0,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,3,5,5,2,5,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,2,5,5,0,0,2,3,5,0,2,5,2,2,2,5,0,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,2,2,3,5,5,

2,2,2,5,2,5,2,2,2,5,2,3,0,2,2,2,2,5,5,0,0,2,2,2,5,5,2,3,3,5

• (ב) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (ש) = (2,2,3,5,5)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ב) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (א) = (0)

• (ל) = (2,3,5,)

• (ה) = (0)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ם) = (2,2,2,5)

• (א) = (0)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ה) = (0)

• (ש) = (2,2,3,5,5)

• (מ) = (2,2,2,5)

• (י) = (2,5)

• (ם) = (2,2,2,5)

• (ו) = (2,3)

• (א) = (0)

• (ת) = (2,2,2,2,5,5)

• (ה) = (0)

• (א) = (0)

• (ר) = (2,2,2,5,5)

• (ץ) = (2,3,3,5)

The Prime Scale of Genesis 1:1

(1,12,1,20,4,12,1,12,1,1,7,3,4,4,1,12,3,20,4,4,4,2,1,12,3,0,12,11) = 173

• 1st prime = ב

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 1 = א

• 20th pentaprime = ש

• 4th semiprime = י

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 1st prime = ב

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 1 = א

• 1 = א

• 7th triprime = ל

• 3rd prime = ה

• 4th semiprime = י

• 4th tetraprime = ם

• 1 = א

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 3rd prime = ה

• 20th pentaprime = ש

• 4th tetraprime = מ

• 4th semiprime = י

• 4th tetraprime = ם

• 2nd semiprime = ו

• 1 = א

• 12th hexaprime = ת

• 3rd prime = ה

• 1 = א

• 12th pentaprime = ר

• 11th tetraprime = ץ

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