Genesis 1:1: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”

The Bible begins with this solemn, beautiful, simple sentence, declaring that God is the sole creator of all things in the universe, and that his creation is both complete and perfect.

“The Beginning” is the beginning of time. God’s creation began time. Without creation there would be no time.

“God ELOHIM” is plural. I think the Queen of England used the plural “I We” to express respect. The Hebrew word “god” refers to the various deities in the Mesopotamia. The singular is Eloah (Deut. 32:15) or El (Gen. 35:1), the even number is Eloahi, and the mode of three or more is Elohim. The biblical term “ELOHIM” is used primarily to refer to the one True God, and may imply that He is a Triune God.

The original word “Creation” is singular, indicating that although the true God is called ELOHIM, He is the only Creator. The original text of “God” appears 32 times in the first chapter, and He is the only protagonist in the creation process, unlike the pagan myth of the creator who needed help from other gods. “Creation” means creating something out of nothing (vv. 1, 21, 27), rather than “making” something based on existing materials (vv. 16, 25, 26, 31).

The original word “heaven” is plural, including the sky, space. Hebrew does not have the word “universe,” but instead uses “polarized” rhetoric like “heaven and earth” to express the concept of “universe.”

The Hebrew text of Verse 1, consisting of seven words (also seven characters in Chinese) and 28 letters, may seem simple, but it contains many surprising mathematical properties. Modern science tells us that the expression God uses in creation is mathematical, and the entire first chapter is full of mathematical laws.

Image above: The Hebrew text of Genesis 1:1 has seven words and 28 letters. Six of the words have actual meaning except for the fourth word, which is a function word, and the sum of the numbers represented by all the letters is 2701. These numbers imply the following wonderful mathematical property:

1. 7 represents completeness in the Bible, and God enters his rest on the seventh day.

2. The sixth stands for perfection in the Bible, and God used it to create a perfect world. 6 is mathematically the first Perfect Number (i.e. 6 is the sum of its true factors 1, 2, and 3:6=1+2+3. Only 48 perfect numbers have been found, all ending in 6 or 28).

3 and 6 are again mathematically Triangular (Triangular Number, i.e. 6=1+2+3). Most of the important numbers in the Bible are related to 3, the divine number (18:2, 9-10), and the trigonometric number.

4, 6 consists of two trigonometric numbers 3: The creation process of God’s sixth day is divided into two three days to contrast, days 1 to 3 compared with days 4 to 6, the first three days are separated, the second three days are filled; God divided his creation of stars, plants, and animals into three simple categories.

5 and 28 are mathematically the second perfect number (that is, 28 is the sum of its true factors 1, 2, 4, 7, 14:28=1+2+4+7+14) and the seventh trigonometric number (that is, 28=1+2+3+4+5+6+7).

6. 2701=73*37, which implies 3 (the Trinity) and 7 (the creation of the seven days), and is the 73rd triangular number.

Figure above: 3 is a Triangular Number 2, 6 is a triangular number 3, and 28 is a triangular number 7.

Figure 1:2701 is the 73rd Triangular Number, i.e. 2701=1+2+3+4+… Plus 73 can be arranged in these triangles.

Image above: There are many triangles implied in verse 1. The entire 28 Hebrew letters of the stanza can be arranged in the top triangle in the figure above, the 6 letters of the first word can be arranged in the bottom right triangle, and the 21 letters of the 1-5 words can be arranged in the bottom left triangle.

Above: section 1 the sum of all the letters represent digital 37 * 2701 = 73, 37 and 73 are large number of satellite (Star number, number of hexagonal Star), can form more than large satellite (✡ Star of David).。

Image above: Not only are 37 and 73 respectively large moons, but they can also form large moons. In each large satellite in the figure above, the total number of orange and blue circles is 73 and the number of blue circles is 37.

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