Greek and Hebrew Gematria numbers
Gematria Bible numbering code system


Gematria is the Bible's number code. It can be used from both the Greek and Hebrew because every letter in both alphabets is also a number. These Gematria numbers are well known and used universally as shown below:

HEBREW Alphabet

22 letters

GREEK Alphabet

24 letters

The 5 "sofit" letters (kaph, mem, nun, pe, tsady) are used at the end of a word and written slightly different than the root letter, but remain the same gemetria value.

Stigma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Stigma is a Greek letter that has fallen out of use. The only place Stigma is used in the Bible is when giving the number of the beast 666 in Revelation 13:18. It is written:

  The Greek letter "Koppa" has also fallen out of use, but had the value of 90.

Here is one example of how this bible numbering system of gematria is used. The gamatria number code for "Lord Jesus Christ" is the following:

"LORD" in Greek "Jesus" in Greek "Christ" in Greek

References: Bonnie Gaunt's many books on the subject.

Gematria Bible number code system