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Gematria 666 ๐“ด๐“Šฝ๐“Œ‰ of the Entire Egyptian Hieroglyphs Alphabet


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โ˜ฅ

๐“‹น

 

i-klingon

0

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH U+78585

Ankh 
๐“‹น๐“Šฝ๐“Œ€  ๐“‹น๐“Šฝf 
Wฤw-
vav

ื

๐“‹น 
Ankhi
1/6

ืก

๐“Šฝ 
SAnkhi 
6

ื•

๐“Œ€
Wฤw/vav
6

Ankhi SAnkhi wฤw-vav 666/616? Hebrew Â  ื
๐“‹น๐“Šฝ๐“น - Ânkh-Djed-Ouas - O
600 in Egyptian ๐“‹น (final water Nwy saNkh) Moses Nile
600 in Hebrew ื (final water Mem saMeshi) Messiah
600 in Greek χ (final water Mu sameChi) Christ
๐“‹น๐“Šฝ๐“Œ€ - Ânkh-Djed-W๊œฃst  Ânkhrist

 
๐“Œ€

๐“Œ

  i-klingon

0

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH
S040

U+78592

W๊œฃst-sceptre wษ‘sษ›t  waset  greek W๊œฃstigma stigma ST ฯ›   

๐“ฟ

๐“ฟ

๐“ฟ

i-klingon

0

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH V013 U+78719 Representing a tethering rope. It is conventionally colored green. The phonetic value of แนฏ is of uncertain derivation.

 

๐“Ž—

๐“‡‘

๐ค‘

i-klingon

0

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH V024 U+78743 ๐ค‘ The hieroglyph for “rush” ๐“‡‘ became ๐ค‘ named แนฃฤdฤ“ meaning “papyrus plant” or “fish hook” to represent the TS sound. In Hebrew it’s ืฆ named “tsadi.” แนฃฤdฤ“ pronunciation is not distinguishable from ุณ [s] แนขฤdฤ“, Tsade, แนขaddi, แนขad, Tzadi,  Sadhe, Tzaddik Its shape was similar to modern M, or to a  modern Greek Sigma (Σ) turned sideways. Unlike Sigma,  whose position in the alphabet is between Rho and Tau, San  appeared between Pi and Qoppa in alphabetic order.

st

๐“ƒพ

๐ค€

a

tr

1

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH F001 U+78078 ๐ค€ The Egyptian hieroglyph for “ox head” ๐“ƒพ ๐คŸ named k๊œฃ (or “ka”) became ๐ค€ named ’ฤlep to represent the glottal stop. In Hebrew it’s ื named “alef.” Rotated again later, it’s the Greek or Latin A.

A

๐“‰

๐ค

b

pt

2

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH O001 U+78416 ๐ค The Egyptian hieroglyph for “house” ๐“‰ named bayt rotated 90 degrees and one end bent in became ๐ค โธฑ named bฤ“t to represent the B sound. In Hebrew it’s ๏ฌฑ named “bet.” Rotated 180, it’s the Latin lower-case b.

B

๐“Œ™

๐ค‚

g

sq

3

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH T014 U+78617 ๐ค‚ The hieroglyph depicting a throwing stick and meaning “foreigner” ๐“Œ™ named g๊œฃ (or “ga”) in Proto-Sinaitic became ๐ค‚ named gฤซml to represent the hard G sound. In Phoenician, this was named gimel meaning “camel.” In Hebrew it’s ื’ named “gimel.” Turned around, it’s the Greek Γ (gamma).

G

๐“‰ฟ

๐คƒ

d

pl

4

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH O031 U+78463 ๐คƒ The hieroglyph for “sky” ๐“‡ฏ named แธฅeret became ๐คƒ named dฤlet meaning “door” to represent the D sound. In Hebrew it’s ื“ named “dalet.” In Greek, Δ; in Latin, D.

D

๐“€ 

๐ค„

e

pl

5

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH A028 U+77856 ๐ค„ The hieroglyph for “joy” ๐“€  named q๊œฃ (or “qa”) became ๐ค„ named h’ฤ“ meaning “window” to represent the H sound (the voiceless glottal fricative, or aspirate). In Hebrew it’s ื” named “he.” This sign was used in Greek for Ε.

E

๐“Œ‰

๐“Œ‰

f

sw

6

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH T003 U+78601 ๐ค… The hieroglyph depicting a coil of rope and meaning the number “hundred” ๐“ข named šet became ๐ค… named wฤw meaning “hook/mace/wand” to represent the W sound. In Hebrew it’s ื• named “vav.” In Greek, Y; in Latin, F, U, V, Y, or W.

F

๐“Ž›

๐“Ž›

c

pl

7

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH V028 U+78747 ๐ค† The hieroglyph that represents duality ๐“ญ used as the word ending -j became ๐ค† named zajin meaning “weapon” to represent the Z sound. In Hebrew it’s ื– named “zayin.” In Greek and Latin, Z.

C

๐“‰—

๐ค‡

h

pl

8

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH O006 U+78423 ๐ค‡ The hieroglyph for enclosure ๐“‰— (แธฅwt) or irrigated land ๐“ˆˆ (sp๊œฃt) became ๐ค‡ named hฤ“t meaning “courtyard” or “wall” to represent the H-bar sound (the voiceless pharyngeal fricative). In Hebrew it’s ื— named “het” pronounced as the ch in challah. This sign was used in Greek for H.

H

๐“„ค

๐“„ค

th

pl

9

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH F035 U+78116 The symbol nfr (๐“„ค), meaning beautiful, was also used to indicate the base level in drawings of tombs and pyramids and distances were measured relative to the base line as being above or below this line. ๐คˆ The hieroglyph for a heart and trachea ๐“„ค meaning “perfect” or “beautiful” and named nefer possibly became ๐คˆ named แนญฤ“t meaning “wheel” to represent the T sound. In Hebrew it’s ื˜ named “tet.” In Greek, it’s the theta: Θ.

TH

๐“‚

๐ค‰

i

pl

10

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D036 U+77981 ๐ค‰ The hieroglyph for “arm/hand” ๐“‚ became ๐ค‰ named jลd meaning “arm” or “hand” to represent the Y sound, as in “you.” In Hebrew it’s ื™ named “yod.” In Greek or Latin, it’s Ι or J.

I

๐“‚ง

๐คŠ

k

i-klingon

20

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D046 U+77991 ๐คŠ The hieroglyph for “hand” ๐“‚ง named แธeret became ๐คŠ named kฤp meaning “palm” to represent the K sound. In Hebrew it’s ื› named “kaf.” In Greek and Latin, it’s K.

K

๐“‹ฟ

๐ค‹

l

pt

30

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH S039 U+78591 ๐ค‹ The hieroglyph for “flail” ๐“Œ… named nekhakha became ๐ค‹ named lฤmed meaning “goad” to represent the L sound. In Hebrew it’s ืœ named “lamed.” In Greek, Λ (lambda); in Latin, L.

L

๐“ˆ–

๐คŒ

m

i-klingon

40

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH N035 U+78358 ๐คŒ The hieroglyph for “waves” ๐“ˆ– named nwyt became ๐คŒ named mฤ“m meaning “water” to represent the M sound. In Hebrew it’s ืž named “mem.” In Greek and Latin, it’s our M.

M

๐“†“

๐ค

n

so

50

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH I010 U+78227 ๐ค The hieroglyph for “cobra” ๐“†“ named แธet became ๐ค named nลซn meaning “serpent” to represent the N sound. In Hebrew it’s ื  named “nun.” In Greek and Latin, it’s our N.

N

๐“Šฝ

๐คŽ

Ξ

tl

60

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH R011 U+78525 ๐คŽ The hieroglyph depicting “reed column” and meaning “stability” ๐“Šฝ named แธed became ๐คŽ named ล›ฤmek meaning “pillar” to represent the S sound. In Hebrew it’s ืก named “samekh.” In Greek, it’s Ξ (xi).

Ξ

๐“น

๐ค

o

i-klingon

70

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D004 U+77945 ๐ค The hieroglyph for “eye” ๐“น named jarota became ๐ค named ‘ajin meaning “eye” to represent ส•, the voiced pharyngeal fricative. In Hebrew it’s ืข named “‘ayin.” In Greek, Ο (omicron); in Latin, O. Representing the human eye. The hieroglyph was given a somewhat elongated appearance with the iris partly covered by the upper lid. The surroundings and iris were generally colored black, while the corners were colored red. The phonogrammatic value of jr is derived by the rebus principle from the glyph’s use as the logogram for jrt (“eye”).

O

๐“‚‹

๐ค

p

et

80

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D021 U+77963 ๐ค The hieroglyph for “mouth” ๐“‚‹ named r๊œฃ (or “ra”) became ๐ค named pฤ“ meaning “mouth” to represent the P sound. In Hebrew it’s ืค named “pe.” In Greek, Π (pi); in Latin, P. Representing the human mouth. In careful depictions, there is a significant narrowing toward the corners, so that the lips recurve, and the upper lip is more curved than the lower. The phonetic value of r is derived by the rebus principle from its use as the logogram for r(๊œฃ) (“mouth”). ๐“‚‹ U+1308B

P

๐“Žค

๐ค’

q

i-klingon

90

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH V033 U+78756 ๐ค’ The hieroglyph for “baboon” ๐“ƒป became ๐ค’ named qลp meaning “needle eye” to represent the Q sound. In Hebrew it’s ืง named “qof.” In ancient Greek, ฯ˜ (koppa); in Latin, Q. Thoth took the form of a baboon, and Babi, the chief of baboons, was a deity of the Underworld.

Q

๐“ถ

๐ค“

r

i-klingon

100

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D001 U+77942 ๐ค“ The hieroglyph for “head” ๐“ถ named tep or แธ๊œฃแธ๊œฃ became ๐ค“ named rฤ“s meaning “head” to represent the R sound. In Hebrew it’s ืจ named “rฤ“sh.” In Greek, Ρ (rho); in Latin, R.

R

๐“ฎ

๐ค”

s

tr

200

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH AA032 U+78894 ๐ค” The hieroglyph for “archer’s bow” ๐“Œ“ named peแธet became ๐ค” named sฤซn meaning “tooth” to represent the S sound. In Hebrew it’s ืฉ named “shin.” In Greek, Σ (sigma); in Latin, S.

S

๐“ด

๐“ตโ˜ฅ๐“ถ

t

pl

300

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH Z009 U+78836 ๐ค• The hieroglyph for diagonal crossed sticks ๐“ด named sw๊œฃ became ๐ค• named tฤw meaning “mark” to represent the T sound. In Hebrew it’s ืช named “tav.” In Greek, Τ (tau); in Latin, T.

T

666  = ๐“ด๐“ด๐“Šฝ๐“Œ‰ or ๐“ด๐“ฎ๐“ถ๐“Šฝ๐“Œ‰ or ๐“ด๐“ฎ๐“Œ‰ 
χΣς ๐“‹น๐“Šฝ๐“Œ‰

but if ๐“Šฝ samekhi is changing letters to Σ Sigma 666 ๐“ด๐“ฎ๐“Œ‰
or to ๐“„ค Ι iota j, 616 ๐“ด๐“‚๐“Œ‰


depending on your understanding of ψηφฮฏζω/voting the number/a multitude of the current elected beast?

Revelation 13:18

Here is wisdom.
Let him that hath understanding
ψηφฮฏζω the number/a multitude of the beast:
for it is the number/a multitude of a man/people;
and to be number/a multitude is...........

The Key is the ψηφฮฏζω
Greek Word ψηφฮฏζω image search, Sure Looks Like Voting to Me!
 

and then comes the Poltical Correct Cancel Culture which removes Samekhi ัฎ from the Language completely!!!!

How would you Write X?c in English in the Year 2022? 

  or 

 or 


 
or ื•ืกืก 

What is the number 6 in Hebrew? ื•‎ (Vavwaw)
What is the number 60 in Hebrew? ืก‎ (samekh)
What is the number 600 in Hebrew? ื‎  (final mem)
Hebrew waw vav SS  Waffen-SS   waw/vau-samekh-samekh 666

How would you Write X?c in English in the Year 2022 --> Keep it Simple Stupid! 

Why W for X 600

New letter W took value of Chi 600
& position in alphabet
from Ψ Psi
while Ψ Psi
took shape of Chi X
and sound samEkhi X Eksi
we end up with the Correct Gothic Gemetria!


#W?F #WΞF #W๐คŽF World Economic Forum? based upon the #Correct English Gematria

    


Lets have a look at the Egyptian  ๐“Œ‰  6 stigma to brand or mark, coil of rope ๐“Œ‰ noose, hook, the ๐“Œ‰ sure looks like Needle to prick ya with? ๐Ÿ’‰

๐“Œ‰

๐“Œ‰

f

sw

6

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH T003 U+78601 ๐ค… The hieroglyph depicting a coil of rope and meaning the number “hundred” ๐“ข named šet became ๐ค… named wฤw meaning “hook” to represent the W sound. In Hebrew it’s ื• named “vav.” In Greek, Y; in Latin, F, U, V, Y, or W

616  ๐“ด๐“‚๐“Œ‰ 

๐“‚

๐ค‰

i

pl

10

EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D036 U+77981 ๐ค‰ The hieroglyph for “arm” ๐“‚ became ๐ค‰ named jลd meaning “arm” or “hand” to represent the Y sound, as in “you.” In Hebrew it’s ื™ named “yod.” In Greek or Latin, it’s Ι or J.

I

The hieroglyph for “arm” ๐“‚ became ๐ค‰ named jลd meaning “arm” or “hand” to represent the Y sound, as in “you.”
In Hebrew it’s ื™ named “yod.” In Greek or Latin, it’s Ι iota or J.
 616 χΙς ๐“ด๐“‚๐“Œ‰reverse it ๐“Œ‰goes in ๐“‚ gets ya ๐“ด

๐“Œ‰๐“‚ ๐“ด is still 616

Etymology Stigma From Latin stigma, from Ancient Greek στฮฏγμα (stígma, “to brand”), from στฮฏζω (stízล, “I mark”).

Revelation 13:16-17

And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: 
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Remain ๐“Œ‰๐“Œ‰ PureBlood ๐ŒŽ 

 

Correct English Gematria

Greek Letter Greek Name English Letter Numeric Value   Greek Letter Greek Name English Letter Numeric Value
Α, α alpha A 1   Ξ,ξ xi, samekhi ??????? 60
B, β beta B 2   O, ο omikron O 70
Γ, γ gamma C, G 7   P, π pi P 80
Δ, δ delta D 4   ฯŸ ฯž Coph Q 90
Ε, ε epsilon E 5   Ρ ρ rho R 100
F Digamma F 6   Σ, σ, ς* sigma S 200
Z, ζ zeta G, C 3   T, τ tau T 300
H, η eta H 8   Υ, υ upsilon U 400
Θ, θ, ๐“„ค theta I, J 9   Φ, φ phi V 500
I, ι iota J, I 10   Χ, χ chi W 600
K, κ kappa K 20   Ψ, ψ psi X 700
Λ, λ lamda L 30   Ω, ω omega Y 800
M, μ mu M 40   ฯ  sampsi Z 900 = sampsi
N, ν nu N 50 Trinity Ψ, ψ psi became image of Ξ,ξ xi to become english letter X,
replacing Χ, χ chi with W, so 666 = W?F WΞF WΣF WEF
Gothic letter ๐… uuinne/vinja, which is transliterated as W
Alpha to Omega, Yahweh YHWH


The Ο in Οmicron is not the same Ο as in Οmega.
Will The Circle Be Unbroken?


Check out the most updated dbversion of the Gematria of the Egyptian Hieroglyph's

 

Please check out Book of Signs, used as a reference for the hieroglyphs & wiki.

Posted 2022/12/27 19:49:12
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