# Category : Gematria

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## Torah and Mathematics: Gematria Tools: Finite Differences Resources

Definition Finite differences is a simple tabular method used to extend series of integer numbers forwards and backwards. Given, for example three numbers a, b,...
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## Gematria (Hebrew Numerology) Index of Tools and Resource

Gematria is one of the 32 exegetical methods used by the sages to interpret the Torah. Gematria allows us to analyze the Torah (or any...
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## The Atbash Letter Transformation (אתבש)

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...
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## Introduction to Letter Transformations (חילופי אותיות)

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...
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## The Albam Letter Transformation (אלבם)

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...
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## The Achas- Beta Letter Transformation (אחס בטע)

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...
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## The Ayik-Becher Letter Transformation (איק בכר)

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...
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## The At-Bach Letter Transformation (אטבח)

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...
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## The Ach-bi Letter Transformation (אכבי)

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...