The ancient language of ivrit ( עברית ) - Tav
Like the Alphabet, The letters in Hebrew are called the Alef - Beyt and they are presented on my blog from bottom to the top so you can learn them order, then to read them right to left. You will see what the original "Bible" said and what the names meant as they went through the stories of old.
Here is Tav: Symbolizing a mark, sign or signature. The meaning of the letter (spelled out tav vav) is the word for "mark".
Tav is the last of twenty two letters in the alef-beyt - Yeshua said he was the first and the last.
It is a consonant . It is also the number 400, if we add the final forms (sofit letters), we have the complete numbering system. 1-9, 10-90, and 100-900.
Gamatria is the word used for numeric meaning in Hebrew, which has nothing to do with numerology because there is nothing to study really. Example: in American English, 911 used to mean "the number you call for a fire, robbery, or medical emergency." Now it means the same, but more people would think of the twin towers. Does anyone in America have to study those examples? No.
Likewise, most Israeli people think of Egypt and captivity when they hear 400 (tav). The writings also speak of 40 (mem) which is a period of testing (Yeshua in the wilderness) or waiting for the completion of X (the people of Israel wandering for 40 years, waiting for all those who took part in idolatry to have children and to die off). No demonic study here. Just history related to numbers.
Many who think it Hebrew see one numeric meaning multiplied by another. Example 40 x 10 = 400 ~ the 10 signifies "complete manifestation of ..."
In numbers, many have said that "vav vav vav is the number of the anti-mashiach" Actually those are "18"
In reality the original would be something like mem sofit, samech, and vav - or 600, 60 and 6.
The pronunciation is that of a "T" sound in English or Spanish
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