# Gematria Calculator

Simply enter any word or phrase and select the calculate button. The gematria calculator will compute both the Simple English gematria value and the Jewish gematria (a.k.a. Hebrew gematria) value. The gematria calculator will also discover additional words with identical gematria values in both Simple English and Jewish/Hebrew. In addition, you can input a numerical value and the gematria decoder will return terms with the same gematria values.

# Gematria

Gematria is an old math method that uses numbers to show what words and phrases mean. It is used in different ways in the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa. It comes from Jewish tradition. Gematria is based on the idea that each letter in a word or sentence has a number value that can be used to figure out what the word really means.

The most common way to use gematria today is the Jewish method, which gives Hebrew signs numbers. As an example, the letter Beth () has a value of two, while the letter Aleph () has a value of one. Then, this method can be used to figure out the value of any Hebrew word or phrase. The "gematria value" or "gematria number" of a result is how much it is worth in numbers.

Gematria has been used for a long time by many religious and spiritual groups, such as kabbalists, astronomers, wizards, and alchemists. Jewish spirituality, which says that words with certain gematria numbers give them special power, put a lot of stress on its use. People used to think that words with high gematria values had magical powers that could make certain things happen or protect against bad things.

Gematria is still studied by people who are interested in both the practical ways it can be used in math and cryptography and the mysterious ways it can be used. Gematria numbers can also be used for numerology and divination. They can also be used to find hidden messages in writing. Gematria is a wonderful part of our cultural history that people still find interesting, no matter what it is used for.

# Gematria calculator

Use a gematria calculator to find out how many points Hebrew and English words or lines are worth. A good gematria calculator will tell you how many numbers any word or phrase in both languages is worth. This makes it easy to compare two things. If you wanted to compare the saying "love is greater than hate," for example, you could use a gematria tool to find out that "love" has a total numerical value of 35 and "hate" has a total numerical value of 21. This means that love is more spiritually important and has a higher total number value than hate.

Gematria calculators can also be used to help people pray and think. By looking at the number values of different spiritual terms or words, you can learn more about the greater meanings of things like faith and love. If you wanted to think about what it means to have faith in God's plan for your life, for example, you could use a gematria tool to find out that the word "faith" has a total number value of 92, which suggests that it is a powerful spiritual idea.

A lot of people also use gematria tools when they look into their horoscopes. In astrology, they can learn more about themselves and their lives by looking at how certain numbers match up with certain planets or zodiac signs. If a person was born under the sign of Aries, they might use a gematria tool to see how certain numbers relate to this sign, such as how the number three is related to the fire element of Aries, to learn more about their personality and life path.

Put the word or line you want to figure out into the tool above. The tool will then figure out the English Jewish gematria value and the English basic gematria value and show them to you.

# Gematria Decoder

A gematria decoder figures out which words have a certain gematria meaning. This figure depends on the letters, since each letter has a number that goes with it. Using the tool to figure out the number value of a word or sentence can help figure out what it means.

Enter the number you want to use into the generator to start. After that, the decoder will show a list of words whose English simple gematria and English Jewish gematria numbers are the same.

# Types of gematria

The most well-known type of gematria is the Hebrew one, which assigns numbers to Hebrew letters. The number value of the letter aleph is 1, while the other letters range from 1 to 400. There are different ways to figure out how much a word or phrase is worth, but they all involve adding up the numbers for each letter in the word or phrase. Once you know the number, you can use it to find different meanings in the text.

Greek gematria is a less common type of gematria that assigns a number value to each Greek letter. The numbers, which range from 1 to 800, are like the Hebrew gematria, where 1 is the same as alpha. Greek gematria can be used in the same ways as Hebrew gematria, but it is not as useful because it is not as common.

The third type of gematria is called "Ordinal" gematria, and it assigns a number value to each letter based on where it is in the alphabet instead of how much it means on its own. "A" would be the same as 1, "B" would be the same as 2, and so on. This method can be used in the same way that Hebrew or Greek gematria can, but the results are different because of the way it numbers things.

The English Gematria uses the letters of English words to give a number meaning. (1-26). But even though it can be used the same way as any other Gematria, this system gives different results.

# Jewish gematria (a.k.a Hebrew gematria)

Jewish gematria or Hebrew gematria is the method of giving characters in English or any other language a number value based on the Hebrew alphabet. This lets words and lines be written as numbers, which can then be used for scientific or magical purposes. The most common way to give Hebrew characters numbers is to add up the numbers given for each letter in the alphabet one by one. Hebrew is written with 22 different symbols. The characters have the following values: 1 to 9, 10 to 90, 9 to 30, and 100 to 400 for the last four letters.

Based on the Jewish gematria method, each English letter will be given one of the following values:

LetterValue
A1
B2
C3
D4
E5
F6
G7
H8
I9
J10
K20
L30
M40
N50
O60
P70
Q80
R90
S100
T200
U300
V400
W500
X600
Y700
Z800

Words and phrases can have numerical values given to them using this method of gematria. The secret meanings in writings can then be discovered using these numerical values, or codes and ciphers can be made. For instance, the Jewish gematria value of the word "HEAVEN" is 469 (H = 8, E = 5, A = 1, V = 400, E = 5, N = 50). These sum to 469 when added together.

# English gematria

English gematria is a method of numerology that gives the English alphabet's characters numerical values. Gematria's most popular technique gives each character a value in a regular order:

LetterValue
A1
B2
C3
D4
E5
F6
G7
H8
I9
J10
K11
L12
M13
N14
O15
P16
Q17
R18
S19
T20
U21
V22
W23
X24
Y25
Z26

Words and phrases can have numerical values given to them using this method of gematria. The secret meanings in writings can then be discovered using these numerical values, or codes and ciphers can be made. For instance, the word "GOD" has the gematria value of 26 in Simple English (G = 7, O = 15, D = 4). We get 26 when we add these figures together.

# Greek gematria

Greek gematria is a way to figure out how many points each letter, word, or line is worth. Using the numbers (1–24) given to each letter of the Greek script, you can figure out how many points a word or statement is worth. Gematria can be used to find out how much a word or phrase is worth in numbers or to figure out what a secret message is in a piece of writing.