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In religio-mythology, god (TR:1656) (LH:104) (TL:1,760|#8), hieroglyph: God H.png, i.e. man seated, or Neter symbol.png, i.e. "axe", meaning "neter" (3500BC) or "power", or symbol "Θ" (cypher: sun god), number: 9 (cypher: Ennead), word: Theta (NE:318), secret name: Helios (NE:318), which yields the word "Theos" (θεος) (NE:284), or Dios (Spanish).


A diagram of the so-called "318" cypher in the etymology of the word "god", from "theos", from letter "theta", which is isopsephy-equivalent to the the number: 318.


The term "god" or "theos" has a number of cyphers embedded in it.

Firstly, the word theos (Θεός), i.e. god in Greek, has a gematria value of 284, which is the higher number of the lowest amicable pairs.

Secondly, the word theos (Θεός), is a Θ-based, or Th-based term, the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet, which is a cypher for the nine god Ennead family of Heliopolis, the symbol itself, i.e. "Θ" or "", being in the hieroglyph of the city of Heliopolis, i.e. the name name: Heliopolis H1.png, home to the Heliopolis creation myth, means a combination of the sun god and the Ba or soul of the cosmos, embodied in a combination of: Maa + Bennu (Phoenix).

Third, the word theta (NE:318), the root letter of god, has the secret name Helios (NE:318), the Greek sun god.

Fourth, the number "318", the isopsephy value of both theta and Helios, geometrically, is found to be the diameter of a circle with a circumference of 1,000 units, which, supposedly, equates to the "monad" in logic of Pythagoras.


The following are related quotes:

Theta (Θ) is the initial used for god (theos); upsilon (Υ) for the son ([h]uios)[1][2]; and pi (Π) as the initial of the father (pater).”
Kieren Barry (1999), The Greek Qabalah (pg. 74) [3]
“Before we understand science, it is natural believe that god created the universe. But now science offers a more convincing explanation. What I meant, in A Brief History of Time (1988), by [the phrase] ‘we would know the mind of god’, is we would know everything that god would know, if there were a god. Which there isn’t. I’m an atheist.”
Stephen Hawking (2014), El Mundo interview, Sep 23 [4]

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See also


  1. υἱός – Wiktionary.
  2. Ichthys – Conservapedia.
  3. Barry, Kieren. (1999). The Greek Qabalah: Alphabetic Mysticism and Numerology in the Ancient World (pdf) (theos, pg. 74; #284, pg. 227; #318, pg. 228). Weiser.
  4. Hawking, Stephen. (2014). “Interview” (YT), El Mundo, Sep 24.

Further reading

External links

  • God – Hmolpedia 2020.
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