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180 (and 324)
TEMPTATION, DECEIVING, BONDAGE, SATAN,
and THE WOMAN OF REVELATION 12

With this topic and number, it is difficult to know where to begin. It is so pervasive. Our basic thrust of emphasis will be to look at the major stream of verses, that refer specifically to Satan tempting, deceiving, and binding mankind. We may touch on a few minor tributaries as well. This is by no means a thorough analysis of every single possible passage, or every example of theomatic phenomena.

Just as there are many different numbers in theomatics, that are present relative to the names and attributes of God ~ likewise, the names and attributes of Satan are also depicted with an array of various numbers. In Theomatics, there is an entire chapter entitled The Numbers of Satan. Virtually every single reference to Satan in the New Testament (90% of them), contain a multiple of the number 276. There is also an amazing pattern present with the numbers 122 and 244, throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

We begin with the two most significant words possible from the Old Testament. In Genesis 3, it talks about the serpent.

"Now the serpent was more crafty than any beast of the field which Jehovah God had made" (Gen 3:1).

THE SERPENT ... 360 (180 x 2)
Gen 3:1 ''wen

And in the Chronicles, the name Satan is mentioned. Both the words serpent and Satan have the same value.

"And Satan stood up against Israel, and incited David to number Israel." (1 Chr 21:1).

SATAN ... 360 (180 x 2)
1 Chr 21:1 'Ntw

There is one verse in the Bible that links together the serpent and Satan. It is found in the book of Revelation.

"And was cast the great dragon, the serpent of old called the devil and Satan, the one deceiving the whole world" (Rev 12:9).

THE SERPENT OF OLD CALLED ... 360 x 11 (180 x 22)
THE DEVIL AND SATAN
Rev 12:9 ofiv o arxaiov o kaloumenov diabolov kai satanav'

We will come back later, and in more detail examine this verse from Revelation.

 

Part I: Satan in the Old Testament

We ran a computer check on every reference to the name Satan in the Old Testament. The name Satan appears 19 times in 15 verses. The very first time in the Bible it is mentioned, also brings out the temptation aspect. Satan rose up and incited (deceived and tempted) David to number Israel.

"And Satan stood up against Israel, and incited David to number Israel." (1 Chr 21:1).

AND INCITED DAVID ... 180 x 5
1 Chr 21:1 'dyvd Ta Toyv
 

Satan in the Book of Job

The most famous mention to Satan in the Old Testament, occurs in the book of Job. Most all the references to Satan appear in this book. The story is well known how Satan appeared before the throne of God in heaven and challenged the loyalty of Job, a wealthy and prosperous man who feared God. Here is the dialogue that took place.

"Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord, and Satan came also among them" (Job 1:6).

AND SATAN CAME ALSO AMONG THEM ... 180 x 5
Job 1:6 MkvTb Ntwh Mg avbyv

"And the Lord said unto Satan, Whence comest thou? Then Satan answered the Lord, and said, From roaming in the earth, and from walking up and down in it" (Job 1:7).

AND SAID, FROM ROAMING IN THE EARTH ... 180 x 5
Job 1:7 'Srab tvwm rmay
FROM ROAMING IN THE EARTH ... 324 x 2 (18 x 18)
Srab tvwm

The second feature above is not a multiple of 180. It is instead a multiple of 324, and the number 324 is the square of 18 (18 x 18 = 324). This is another phenomena aspect of theomatics. Whenever a number is squared, that accentuates the power of it. In the above passage the text says that Satan walks up and down in the earth. Compare the next verse in the Bible, to the last one above.

"Be sober. Be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walks about seeking whom he may devour" (1 Pet 3:8).

WALKS ABOUT SEEKING WHOM ... 324 x 8 (18 x 18 x 8)
HE MAY DEVOUR
1 Pet 3:5 peripatei zhtwn tina katapiein"

The objects or targets of Satan, are also structured on the number 180.

WHOM ... 180 x 2
tina'

And of course, we would also expect this.

YOUR ADVERSARY THE DEVIL ... 180 x 13
antidikov umwn diabolov"

The next occurrence of Satan, where the possible theme is either tempting, deceiving, or bondage, is in verse 12.

"And the Lord said unto Satan, Behold, all that he hath is in thy power; only upon himself put not forth thine hand" (Job 1:12).

Now believe it or not, we could not find any portion of the above that worked out to 180. But in this verse, Jehovah told Satan that all that Job had, was "is in thy power."

IN THY POWER ... 36 (18 x 2)
Job 1:12 Kdyb
 SATAN 360 ... (180 x 2)
'Ntw

A very important comment is also in order here. Even though the words "in thy power" are not a multiple of 180, according to the way God set up the theomatic structure to operate by (the denari system), the number 36 has the same exact symbolical significance ~ as though it had actually worked out to 360. The numbers 36 and 360 are identical. Zeroes essentially carry no meaning or significance.

The story continues on. After Job passed the first test and did not forsake God, Satan again returned and challenged the loyalty of Job.

"And the Lord said unto Satan, Hast thou considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that feareth God, and escheweth evil? and still he holdeth fast his integrity, although you incited against him, to destroy him without cause" (Job 2:3).

The following is a long English phrase. But it consists of only three Hebrew words.

ALTHOUGH YOU INCITED AGAINST HIM ... 180 x 5
TO DESTROY HIM
Job 2:3 "vilbl vb ynTyoTv

The following two examples consist of but one Hebrew word.

ALTHOUGH YOU INCITED ... 36 x 26 (18 x 26 x 2)
ynTyoTv

 DESTROY HIM ... 36 x 4 (18 x 8)
vilb

The above eight words in English, "although you incited against him, to destroy him" ~ what is significant about it, is that in the other passage we looked at earlier about David, where Satan incited him, the words "And incited David," were also 180 x 5.

"And Satan answered the Lord, and said, Skin for skin, yea, all that a man hath will he give for his life. But put forth thine hand now, and smite his bone and his flesh, and he will curse thee to thy face" (Job 2:4).

SMITE ... 36 x 2 (18 x 4)
Job 2:4 'ig

Hang on to the above feature for just one second, and look at the next verse!

"And the LORD said unto Satan, Behold, he is in thy power; but save his life. So went Satan forth from the presence of the Lord, and he smote Job with sore boils from the sole of his foot unto his crown" (Job 2:6,7).

We saw earlier how above the words "in thy power" had a value of 36. Those words appear in the above as well, but look what also works out to 36 in the Hebrew.

IN THY POWER ... 36 (18 x 2)
Job 2:6 Kdyb
AND HE SMOTE ... 36 (18 x 2)
Job 2:7 Kyv

Now let us look at all the features of 36 that consist of but one word in Hebrew. The mathematical probability that all six of the examples shown below could work out to multiples of 36, is no less than 1 chance in 46,656.

SATAN ... 36 x 10
IN THY POWER ... 36
SMITE ... 36 x 2
AND HE SMOTE ... 36
[ALTHOUGH YOU] INCITED ... 36 x 26
DESTROY HIM ... 36 x 4

After the dialogue between Jehovah and Satan, here is what happened.

"So went Satan forth from the presence of the Lord, and smote Job with sore boils from the sole of his foot unto his crown" (Job 2:7).

SO WENT SATAN FORTH FROM ... 180 x 5
Job 2:7 'Tam Ntw asy

The word Satan appears in only three more passages of Scripture. The first of those is in Psalms 109:6, and in that verse the word Satan is used specifically in reference to Judas Iscariot. Virtually every passage in the Bible to do with Judas Iscariot, is structured on multiples of 171, a triangular number (Pgs. 292-300).

The last two occurrences to the name Satan are in Zechariah.

"And he showed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the Lord, and Satan standing at his right hand to accuse him" (Zech 3:1).

SATAN STANDING AT HIS RIGHT HAND TO ... 180 x 4
Zech 3:1 'l vnymy li dmi Ntw
 
STANDING AT HIS RIGHT HAND TO ... 360 (180 x 2)
l vnymy li dmi

The way the words work out above is highly significant and a very obvious example of the theomatic phenomena. The phrase is pointing straight at the object of what Satan is doing, which is to accuse.

Interestingly, the word "accuse him" is the same word as Satan, only spelled in a little bit different form with one additional Hebrew letter. The word Satan actually means accuser.

Only one time in the New Testament does it refers to Satan as being the accuser. The passage is found in the book of Revelation.

"And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of the brethren of us is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night" (Rev 12:10).

THE ACCUSER OF THE BRETHREN ... 180 x 12
(mt) Rev 12:10 kathgorov adelfwn"

Now let us look at the last time Satan is mentioned in the Old Testament Here is the passage we quoted earlier from Zechariah with the verse that follows.

"And he showed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the Lord, and Satan standing at his right hand to accuse him. And the Lord said unto Satan, The Lord rebuke thee, O Satan; even the Lord that hath chosen Jerusalem rebuke thee." (Zech 3:1,2).

THE LORD REBUKE YOU, O SATAN ... 180 x 4
Zech 3:2 Ntw Kb hvhy rigy

And now, look at the numerical value of just the following.

THE LORD REBUKE YOU ... 360 (180 x 2)
'Kb hvhy rigy

Without question, the most famous passage in the Bible where someone rebuked Satan, was the story of Simon Peter.

"But he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offense unto me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men" (Mat 16:23).

GET THEE BEHIND ME ... 360 x 6 (180 x 12)
Mat 16:23 upage opisw mou'

We have now faithfully looked at every occurrence to Satan in the Old Testament. Virtually every significant reference to the word Satan, contained a short explicit phrase that was a multiple of 180.

There are over thirty references to Satan in the New Testament. The vast majority of them are saturated with multiples of 180 ~ in most all cases short, distinct features, of two, three, and four words. It would be impractical to show all of them here. This page on the web will be bloated and long enough.

Note: From the Old Testament there were a handful that did not contain multiples of 180, but they were phrases that carried no specific significance, phrases such as: "And the Lord said unto Satan ..." "Then Satan answered the Lord ..."



Part II: Satan, the Ruler of this World

Now here is where this pattern will begin to literally explode. Here is where we will see the awesome power and consistency of theomatics ~ as this design begins to unfold itself. Here is where we will see the fact that no one will be able to even touch theomatics, i.e. debunk it by proving that the "results" were carefully put together by arbitrary manipulation of data ~ picking and choosing from random numbers.

The Bible clearly and plainly teaches us, that the kingdoms of this world ~ the very world system itself, is under Satan’s powerful dominion and control. Every single reference to the kingdoms of this world, and the power that Satan has over those kingdoms, is absolutely saturated with 180’s, most all of them short explicit phrases consisting of one, two, or three words.

Let us begin by looking at all three references where Satan is explicitly referred to as being the "ruler of this world." All three occurrences appear in the book of John.

"Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the ruler of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me" (Joh 14:30).

THE RULER OF THIS WORLD COMETH ... 180 x 23
Joh 14:30 erxetai toy kosmou arxwn"

"Of righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see me no more; Of judgment, because the ruler of this world is judged" (Joh 16:10,11).

BECAUSE THE RULER OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 28
Joh 16:11 oti arxwn tou kosmou toutou'

In this next passage, the design literally explodes. The next series of examples are almost unbelievable.

"Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the ruler of this world be cast out. And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me" (Joh 12:31,32).

THE JUDGMENT OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 16
Joh 12:31 krisiv kosmou toutou
JUDGMENT ... 180 x 3
krisiv
THIS WORLD ... 180 x 13
kosmou toutou

Here is the complete phrase. Jesus said: "Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the ruler of this world be cast out."

NOW SHALL THE RULER OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 32
BE CAST OUT
Joh 12:31 nun arxwn tou kosmou toutou ekblhjhsetai'
THE RULER OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 22
o arxwn kosmou toutou'
THE RULER ... 180 x 9
o arxwn'
OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 13
kosmou toutou


 

Part III: The Kingdoms of the World

Now we shall look at every reference that talks specifically about the kingdoms of this world. Satan, the ruler of this world, is obviously over the kingdoms of this world. There are nine passages from the New Testament that use the word "kingdom," ~ that refer specifically to Satan’s. Every one of them ~ just like the above examples ~ are saturated with 180.

Let us begin with the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness. The wilderness is, of course, a type of this world ~ a spiritual wilderness.

THE WILDERNESS ... 180 x 7
Luk 4:1 th erhmw'

Now let us pick up with verse 5.

"And the devil, taking him up into an high mountain, showed unto him all the kingdoms of the inhabited earth in a moment of time" (Luk 4:5).

SHOWED HIM ALL THE KINGDOMS OF ... 180 x 22
THE INHABITED EARTH
Luk 4:5 edeicen autw pasav basileiav thv oikoumenhv"
ALL THE KINGDOMS ... 180 x 8
pasav tav basileiav"
THE KINGDOMS OF THE INHABITED EARTH ... 180 x 13
tav basileiav thv oikoumenhv'

Now let us pick up with verse 6. Look at the numerical value of the next feature! Also, all the examples below are not only multiples of 180, but also of 360.

"And the devil said unto him, To thee I will give the power this all, and the glory of it: for to me it has been delivered; and to whomsoever I wish I give it. If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine" (Luk 4:6).

TO THEE I WILL GIVE THE POWER ... 180 x 18 (180 x 6 x 3)
Luk 4:6 soi dwsw thn exousian"

This phrase appears with an untranslatable Greek article. Without the article, here is the value. It is the same value as the words "all the kingdoms," which are also 180 x 8.

TO THEE I WILL GIVE THE POWER ... 180 x 8
Luk 4:6 soi dwsw exousian

Satan told Jesus, that "To thee I will give the power this all, and the glory of it: for to me it has been delivered." Look at this next example!

FOR TO ME IT HAS BEEN DELIVERED ... 180 x 6
oti emoi paradedotai'

And these are the devil’s last words. The value of 180 x 6 is the same as above. "If thou therefore wilt worship me, all shall be thine."

ALL SHALL BE THINE ... 180 x 6
(mt) estai soi pasa"

This account of the temptation of Jesus also appears in the gospel of Matthew. What is interesting, is that completely different Greek words are used in Matthew’s account. In Luke it talks about the "kingdoms of the inhabited earth." But in Matthew it talks about the "kingdoms of the world."

"Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain, and showeth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them" (Mat 4:8).

THE KINGDOMS OF THE WORLD ... 180 x 7
Mat 4:8 basileiav kosmou'
THE KINGDOMS OF THE INHABITED EARTH ... 180 x 13
Luk 4:5 tav basileiav thv oikoumenhv'

The thought occurred as to whether or not there is any mention to the kingdoms of the world in the Hebrew old Testament. A computer check was made, and there were a few references and outstanding patterns that appeared. All used the same common Hebrew words, actually translated "kingdoms of the earth."

"And all the kings of the north, far and near, one with another, and all the kingdoms of the world, which are upon the face of the earth" (Jer 25:26).

The Hebrew words "the kingdoms of the world, which are upon the face of the earth" have a value of 180 x 9. Here is the most distinct word possible.

THE KINGDOMS ... 180 x 3
Jer 25:26 'Tvklmmh

Now we will look at some truly incredible features. Here is how the following verse is transliterated.

"And if Satan Satan casts out, he is divided against himself; how then shall his kingdom stand?" (Mat 12:26)

IF SATAN SATAN CASTS OUT ... 3600 (1800 x 2)
HE IS DIVIDED AGAINST HIMSELF
Mat 12:26 ei Satanav ton Satanan ekballei ef eauton emerisjh"
IF SATAN SATAN ... 360 x 4 (180 x 8)
ei o Satanav Satanan

But in Luke, this phrase appears. Here is the same parallel passage, only with different Greek words.

"If Satan also be divided against himself, how shall his kingdom stand?" (Luke 11:18).

IF SATAN ALSO BE
DIVIDED AGAINST HIMSELF ... 360 x 7 (180 x 14)
Luk 11:18 ei de kai o Satanav ef eauton diemerisjh'

The next phrase says, "how shall his kingdom stand?"

HOW 180 x 6
Mat 12:26 pwv
HIS KINGDOM ... 180 x 8
h basileia autou"

The reason Satan’s kingdom stands, is because of his power and deception (more on that later). That is why the word "how" is 180 theomatically.

Throughout the gospels, Jesus constantly talked about how a house divided and a kingdom divided, cannot not stand. He of course was referring to Satan’s kingdom. Nothing could be more direct than the following two words.

"But he, knowing their thoughts, said unto them, Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation" (Mat 12:25).

EVERY KINGDOM ... 180 x 3
Mat 12:25 pasa basileia'

And here is the last part of the verse. Satan’s kingdom is indeed a house divided.

"... and every city or house divided against itself will not stand" (Mat 12:25).

A HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST ... 180 x 3
Mat 12:25 oikia merisjeisa kaj'

Compare the above two with the next feature.

"And if a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand" (Mar 3:24).

THAT KINGDOM ... 180 x 2
Mar 3:24 basileia ekeinh"'

There are just a handful of more references to Satan’s kingdom in the New Testament. The next reference from Hebrews 11. It talks about the Old Testament heroes of the faith who subdued kingdoms.

"Who through faith subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, obtained promises, stopped the mouths of lions" (Heb 11:33).

WHO THROUGH FAITH SUBDUED KINGDOMS ... 180 x 22
Heb 11:33 oi dia pistewv kathgwnisanto basileiav"

The book of Revelation contains our last references.

"And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever" (Rev 11:15).

Now the words from this verse are arranged in the Greek in a completely different matter. Here is the accurate transliteration. "... became the kingdoms of the world of the Lord of us and His Christ."

THE KINGDOMS OF THE WORLD OF THE LORD ... 3600 (1800 x 2)
Rev 11:15 basileia tou kosmou tou kuriou'

And of course we saw earlier, where just "kingdoms of the word," was also 180. The last major references to the kingdom appear in the latter portion of chapter 17.

"For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree, and give the kingdom of them unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled" (Rev 17:17).

AND GIVE THE KINGDOM TO THE BEAST 180 x 12
Rev 17:17 kai dounai thn basileian uhriw

"And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, having a kingdom over the kings of the earth" (Rev 17:18).

HAVING A KINGDOM OVER THE KINGS OF THE EARTH 180 x 23
Rev 17:18 exousa basileian epi twn basileiwn ghv'

Now to conclude this theme to do with the kingdoms of the world, here is a reference in Ephesians that is unmistakably significant ~ probably the most significant verse possible in the entire Bible to do with the kingdoms of this world.

"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the world rulers of the darkness this, against the spiritual hosts of evil in the heavenlies" (Eph 6:12).

THE WORLD RULERS OF DARKNESS ... 180 x 19
Eph 6:12 touv kosmokratorav skotouv"
THE WORLD RULERS ... 180 x 12
touv kosmokratorav"
 
DARKNESS ... 180 x 7
skotouv

While putting the finishing touches on this page, I was thumbing through the book of Luke, and the following jumped out at me ~ in relation to world rulers.

"And he said unto them, The kings of the Gentiles (nations) exercise lordship over them; and they that exercise authority upon them are called benefactors" (Luke 22:25).

THE KINGS OF THE NATIONS ... 180 x 14
Luk 22:25 oi basileiv twn ejnwn"

And the expression "kings of the earth," appear close to a dozen times in the New Testament, particularly the book of Revelation.

THE KINGS OF THE EARTH ... 180 x 7
Rev 18:9 oi basileiv thv ghv"'

We looked through the New Testament and wrote down several pages of outstanding features ~ all multiples of 180 ~ in reference to the world system and those who are the leaders of the system.

Here in this study, we are trying to keep the investigation confined to distinct categories. For example, from the above we faithfully examined every reference to Satan in the Old Testament. Then we faithfully examined every reference to the subject of the ruler of this world. Then we examined every single reference to the kingdoms of this world, where either the word kingdom or kingdoms was used in the text. It is necessary to do it this way in order to be thorough.


Part IV: The Sons of the Age

We saw earlier from Ephesians, where the text referred to the world rulers of darkness, and the kings of the world. In reference to both the subjects of darkness and the kingdoms of the world, here is one passage, typical of many in the New Testament that are saturated with multiples of 180.

"And the lord commended the unjust steward, because he had done wisely: for the sons of this world are in their generation wiser than the sons of light" (Luk 16:8).

SONS OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 18
Lk 16:8 oi uioi aiwnov toutou'

In the Greek word order arrangement, the passage actually reads, "for the sons of the world this..." In Greek, the word translated as "world," actually means "age."

SONS OF THE AGE ... 180 x 9
uioi aiwnov'

We are going to deviate slightly from our central and explicit theme, to illustrate the following examples. We saw above how the words "sons of this world" fit the 180 pattern.

"Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the sons of disobedience" (Eph 5:6).

IS COMING THE WRATH OF GOD UPON THE ... 180 x 22
THE SONS OF DISOBEDIENCE
Eph 5:6 erxetai h orgh tou jeou epi uiouv apeijeiav
THE WRATH OF GOD UPON THE SONS ... 180 x 12
OF DISOBEDIENCE
orgh jeou epi uiouv apeijeiav'
WRATH ... 180
orgh'
THE SONS OF DISOBEDIENCE ... 180 x 16
touv uiouv thv apeijeiav'
SONS ... 180 x 6
uiouv

Now in order to demonstrate how the 180 line runs through a typical passage, the following will suffice to illustrate. There are innumerable patterns going all through the words of the following verses, but look at how the 180’s pop out of the text!

"(1) And you being dead in trespasses and sins of you, (2) in which then ye walked according to the age of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now operates in the sons of disobedience: (3) Among whom also we all conducted ourselves then in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind" (Eph 2:1-3).

YOU BEING ... 180 x 7
Eph 2:1 umav ontav"
DEAD IN TRESPASSES AND SINS ... 180 x 7
nekrouv toiv paraptwmasin kai amartiaiv"
IN WHICH THEN ... 180 x 3
en aiv pote'
YE WALKED ACCORDING TO THE AGE ... 180 x 15
periepathsate kata ton aiwna'
OF THIS WORLD ... 180 x 13
kosmou toutou

Here is one of the most famous references to Satan in the Bible.

THE PRINCE OF THE POWER OF THE AIR ... 180 x 23
ton arxonta thv ecousiav tou aerov"

"... the spirit that now operates in the sons of disobedience: Among whom also we all conducted ourselves then in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind" (Eph 2:2,3).

IN THE SONS OF DISOBEDIENCE AMONG WHOM ... 180 x 11
en toiv uioiv apeiueiav en oiv'
THE SONS OF DISOBEDIENCE ... 180 x 16
Eph 5:6 touv uiouv thv apeijeiav'
WE ALL ... 180 x 5
hmeiv pantev'
CONDUCTED OURSELVES ... 180 x 7
anestrafhmen
THE DESIRES OF THE FLESH AND INTELLECT ... 180 x 14
jelhmata thv sarkov kai dianoiwn'

At this juncture in our presentation, we are faced with a real dilemma. There are literally hundreds of passages to do with this topic ~ all of which branch out in different directions ~ which are saturated with multiples of 180 ~ that could be shown. The question is, where do we stop? We have therefore gone through the list and come up with a sampling of categories. These will indicate what the rest of the Bible has in store for us.


Part V: Satan Deceiving the Nations

We saw earlier how the ruler of this world, the kingdoms of this world, and the world rulers of darkness, are all structured on 180. No series of features are more important to do with this presentation, than the following. For it is Satan himself that deceives the nations and peoples that dwell on the face of the earth.

"And was cast the great dragon, the serpent of old called the devil and Satan, the one deceiving the inhabited earth whole: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him" (Rev 12:9).

AND SATAN, THE ONE DECEIVING ... 180 x 14
THE INHABITED EARTH
Rev 12:9 kai Satanav planwn oikoumenhn"
THE ONE DECEIVING THE INHABITED EARTH ... 180 x 12
o planwn thn oikoumenhn"
THE ONE DECEIVING ... 180 x 6
o planwn'
THE INHABITED EARTH ... 180 x 6
thn oikoumenhn'

At the conclusion to the book of Revelation, after the "thousand years," it again talks about Satan deceiving the nations.

"And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should no longer deceive the nations" (Rev 20:3)

NO LONGER DECEIVE THE NATIONS ... 180 x 5
(mt) Rev 20:3 mh plana eti ta ejnh"

"And he shall go forth to deceive the nations in the four quarters of the earth, Gog and Magog" (Rev 20:8).

HE SHALL GO FORTH TO DECEIVE THE NATIONS IN ... 180 x 12
Rev 20:8 kai eceleusetai planhsai ta ejnh ta en'

We saw earlier how everything to do with the kingdoms of this world, and the people of this world being under Satan’s power and deception, was structure on 180. Compare that fact and the feature above, with the next example.

"And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles (nations), until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled" (Lk 21:24).

INTO ALL NATIONS ... 180 x 4 (720)
Lk 21:24 eiv ejnh panta'

Just to show how God makes all these patterns fit together, just the word nations by itself from the above, produces the following.

NATIONS ... 18 x 4 (72)
ejnh

And then, it also talks about the devil deceiving those who dwell upon the earth.

"And the devil having deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are" (Rev 20:10).

HAVING DECEIVED ... 180 x 6
Rev 20:10 o planwn'

While the following is not a specific mention of Satan, it is a passage that is very well known.

"For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many" (Mat 24:5).

DECEIVE MANY ... 180 x 11
Mat 24:5 pollouv planhsousin'

Here again, we could go on and on with this design, relative to deception.


Part VI: Satan's Power to Blind and Deceive

Now earlier we looked at the three passages that specifically referred to Satan as being the Ruler of this world. There is one other parallel expression that appears in 2 Corinthians. Satan is also referred to as being the "God of the age."

"In whom the god of the age this, has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them" (2 Co 4:4).

IN WHOM THE GOD OF THE AGE ... 360 x 7 (180 x 14)
2 Co 4:4 en oiv jeov tou aiwnov
BLINDED THE MINDS ... 180 x 17
etuflwsen ta nohmata'
THE MINDS OF THE UNBELIEVERS ... 180 x 17
nohmata twn apistwn'
UNBELIEVERS ... 180 x 8
apistwn'

And the word "unbelievers" appears with the untranslatable article. Look at the value now.

THE UNBELIEVERS ... 324 x 8 (18 x 18 x 8)
twn apistwn'

Here is an amazing verse that relates directly to the above. Watch this!

"Having the understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart" (Eph 4:18).

HAVING THEIR UNDERSTANDING DARKENED ... 180 x 13
Eph 4:18 eskotwmenoi dianoia ontev'
HAVING THEIR UNDERSTANDING ... 180 x 6
th dianoia ontev'

Let us go to the book of Mark.

"That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them" (Mar 4:12).

AND NOT UNDERSTAND ... 1800
Mar 4:12 kai mh suniwsin'

"But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes" (1 Joh 2:11).

DARKNESS HAS BLINDED HIS EYES ... 180 x 32
1 Joh 2:11 oti skotia etuflwsen touv ofjalmouv autou"

And as we saw earlier, here is the word darkness in Greek.

DARKNESS ... 180 x 7
Eph 6:12 skotouv

Here are the well known words of Jesus in the book of John.

"He hath blinded of them eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them" (Joh 12:40).

BLINDED OF THEM ... 180 x 22
Joh 12:40 tetuflwken autwn'

We looked up some references in the Hebrew, and the word blind has a value of 324 (18 x 18).

Now at this point, we could demonstrate a "hundred" features, all to do with spiritual blindness and blindness in general ~ all structured on multiples of 180. We will show just one more. This next reference, is one of the most important to do with this topic. The first feature follows a theomatic principle which links a key defining word at the front of a passage with a list of items that follow.

"To open their eyes, and to TURN THEM from darkness to light, and FROM THE POWER OF SATAN unto God, that they may receive forgiveness" (Act 26:18).

TURN THEM... FROM THE POWER OF SATAN ... 180 x 17
Act 26:18 epistreyai apo ecousiav Satana'
POWER OF SATAN ... 324 x 7 (18 x 18 x 7)
ecousian tou Satana'

The number 7 always speaks of completeness in theomatics. Satan's power (18 x 18) is complete (18 x 18 x 7). Only God is more powerful.


Part VII: The Father of Lies

"Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. That one was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaks of his own things: for he is a liar, and the father of it" (John 8:44).

YOUR FATHER THE DEVIL ... 180 x 16
Joh 8:44 tou patrov tou diabolou"

What is interesting to note about this next theomatic example, is that at the top of this web page, we saw where the Hebrew words Satan and Serpent, had a numerical value of just 360. The words "that one was a murderer FROM THE BEGINNING," is talking about Satan ~ from the very beginning!

"That one was a murder from the beginning."

THAT ONE ... 360 (180 x 2)
ekeinov

"When he speaketh a lie, he speaks of his own things."

OF HIS OWN THINGS ... 180 x 5
ek ediwn

"for he is a liar and the father of it."

HE IS A LIAR AND THE FATHER OF IT ... 180 x 23
feusthv estin kai o pathr autou'

In light of the above, Jesus in Revelation talked about everyone making a lie. Satan of course, the father of lies, was the one who made the very first original lie.

"And there shall in no wise enter into it any thing that defileth, neither whatsoever worketh abomination, or he that maketh a lie" (Rev 21:27).

HE THAT MAKETH ... 180 x 6
Rev 21:27 o poiwn

After the above verse in John about the father of lies, this next one is probably the most pronounced verse in the Bible to do with Satan lying. It was one of the very few disappointments ~ that did not contain a pronounced 180 or 324 pattern in the text.

"Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and wonders of a lie" (2 Thess 2:9).

AND WONDERS ... 324 x 2 (18 x 18 x 2)
(mt) 2 Th 2:9 kai terasi'

The passage goes on to describe how those who are perishing, how they refuse to believe the truth and be saved. Let’s pick this up at verse 11.

"And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie" (2 Thess 2:11).

SEND THEM STRONG DELUSION ... 1800
2 Th 2:11 pempei autoiv energeian planhv'
BELIEVE A LIE ... 180 x 15
pisteusai feudei

"That they may be judged all, those who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness" (2 Thess 2:11).

THAT THEY MAY BE JUDGED ... 180 x 7
ina krijwsin
[THE ONES] NOT BELIEVING ... 1800
mh pisteusantev'

Probably the best story of someone lying, is the story of Annanias and Saphiras in the Book of acts.

"But Peter said, Ananias, why hath Satan filled thine heart to lie to the Holy Ghost, and to keep back part of the price of the land?" (Acts 5:3).

HATH SATAN FILLED ... 180 x 13
Act 5:3 ti eplhrwsen Satanav'


Part VIII: The Manner in which Satan Works

The following passage describes the manner in which Satan deceives. He hides people from the Word of God that is sown in their hearts.

"And these are they by the way side, where the word is sown; but when they have heard, immediately comes Satan and takes the word that was sown in their hearts" (Mar 4:15).

IMMEDIATELY COMES SATAN AND TAKES THE WORD ... 180 x 18
Mar 4:15 eujuv erxetai o Satanav kai airei logon"

Here is another key concerning the theomatic structure. Again, the number 7 always speaks of completeness. When Satan takes the Word, it is complete deception. This shows that there are many other structures of 18 present in these verses. We are limiting ourselves only to the 180’x and 324’s.

TAKES ... 18 x 7
airei

Another passage that describes Satan testing people, is the well known example of Simon Peter.

"And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan begged earnestly for you to sift as wheat" (Luke 22:31).

SATAN BEGGED EARNESTLY FOR YOU TO SIFT ... 1800 x 2
Luk 22:31 Satanav echthsato umav tou siniasai"

Another person that was greatly involved with Satan in his work, was Judas Iscariot.

"Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve" (Luk 22:3).

Look at the following concentration of numbers.

AND ENTERED SATAN ... 360 x 3 (180 x 6)
Luk 22:3 eishljen de Satanav'
ENTERED SATAN INTO ... 324 x 4 (18 x 18 x 4)
Luk 22:3 eishljem de Satanav eiv"

Satan is also the one who is the tempter.

"Defraud ye not one the other, except it be with consent for a time, that ye may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again, that not tempts you Satan because of your lack of self control" (1 Cor 7:5).

NOT TEMPTS YOU ... 180 x 5
1 Cor 7:5 mh peirazh umav
TEMPTS YOU SATAN BECAUSE OF ... 180 x 9
peirazh umav Satanav dia

There are two verses in the New Testament that specifically speak of people being snared by the devil.

"Moreover he must have a good report of them which are without; lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil" (1 Tim 3:7).

INTO THE REPROACH AND SNARE OF THE DEVIL ... 180 x 8
1 Tim 3:8 eiv oneidismon kai pagida tou diabolou'

"And that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will" (2 Tim 2:26).

OUT OF THE SNARE ... 180 x 6
2 Tim 2:26 ek thv pagidov'

Christians are admonished to fight Satan by putting on the whole armor of God, and using the shield of faith.

"Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the evil one" (Ephesians 6:16).

ALL THE FIERY DARTS OF THE EVIL ONE ... 180 x 19
Eph 6:16 panta ta belh ponhrou ta pepurwmena"
ALL THE FIERY DARTS ... 180 x 13
panta ta belh peppurwmena'

Another most famous passage is the following.

"Put on the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand against the craftiness of the devil" (Eph 6:11).

AGAINST THE CRAFTINESS ... 324 x 4 (18 x 18 x 4)
Eph 6:11 prov tav mejodeiav'

And just the word crafty from the New Testament, produces the following.

CRAFTY ... 324 x 4 (18 x 18 x 3)
2 Cor 12:16 panourgov"

This is what the apostle Paul had to say. It has the same exact value as the word "crafty," and "against the craftiness."

"Lest Satan should take advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his devices" (2 Cor 2:11).

HIS DEVICES ... 324 x 4 (18 x 18 x 4)
2 Cor 2:11 autou ta nohmata"

But there is another verse here in Ephesians, that bears forth the same message.

"Therefore, take the whole armor of God, the you may be able to withstand in the evil day" (Eph 6:13).

THE EVIL DAY ... 180 x 6
Eph 6:13 th hmera th ponhra'

The following is one of the most famous passages to do with Satan. It was one of the few outstanding verses that did not contain a major pattern of 180.

"And no marvel; for Satan transforms himself into an angel of light" (2 Cor 11:14).

HIMSELF ... 324 x 4 (18 x 18 x 3)
2 Cor 11:14 autov'

Throughout scripture, Jesus is typified in a beautiful way, as being the Great Shepherd of the sheep. He guards and keeps the sheep. But the sheep have an enemy. Who is it?

"But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth" (John 10:12).

THE WOLF COMING ... 180 x 11
John 10:12 ton lukon erxomenon

"And the wolf seizes them, and scattereth the sheep" (John 10:12).

THE WOLF ... 180 x 4
lukov

In Luke 10:18, Jesus told his disciples that he would give them authority "over serpents, and scorpions, and all the power of the enemy." But in Acts 13:9, Satan is specifically referred to as being the enemy.

"And said, O full of all subtlety and all fraud, thou child of the devil, the enemy of all righteousness, wilt thou not cease to pervert the ways of the Lord?" (Act 13:9).

FRAUD ... 180 x 5
Act 13:9 radiourgiav'
THE ENEMY ... 180 x 4
exjre'

At the beginning of this presentation, we saw where the following passage produced a 180.

YOUR ADVERSARY THE DEVIL ... 180 x 13
1 Pet 3:5 antidikov umwn diabolov"

But there is one other passage where Satan is referred to as the adversary.

"And no occasion give to the adversary" (1 Timothy 5:14).

GIVE TO THE ADVERSARY ... 180 x 8
1 Tim 5:14 dedonai antikeimenw

Now this last reverence to Satan, sums up everything. His ultimate goal and purpose is to kill and to destroy.

"Neither murmur ye, as some of them also murmured, and were destroyed of the destroyer" (1 Cor 10:10).

AND WERE DESTROYED BY THE DESTROYER ... 180 x 23
1 Cor 10:10 kai apwlonto upo toy olejreutou'
THE DESTROYER ... 180 x 12
tou olejreutou'


Part IX: The Woman Bound by Satan for 18 Years

It was stated earlier on the page, The Numerical Structureall the numbers mentioned openly in the Bible, are a key for theomatics. They are part and parcel of the theomatic structure. In otherwords, when God states a number openly in the text, it is a cypher for theomatics. Take a look at the following passage in Luke Chapter 13.

3 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. 4 Or those eighteen, upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, and slew them, think ye that they were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem? 5 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. 6 He spake also this parable; A certain man had a fig tree...

10 And he was teaching in one of the synagogues on the sabbath. 11 And, behold, there was a woman which had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years, and was bowed together, and could in no wise lift up herself. 12 And when Jesus saw her, he called her to him, and said unto her, Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity.

LOOSED FROM THINE INFIRMITY ... 180 x 11
Luk 13:12 apolelusai thv asjeneiav sou"

13 And he laid his hands on her: and immediately she was made straight, and glorified God. 14 And the ruler of the synagogue answered with indignation, because that Jesus had healed on the sabbath day ... 15 The Lord then answered him, and said, Thou hypocrite, doth not each one of you on the sabbath loose his ox or his ass from the stall, and lead him away to watering? 16 And ought not this woman, being a daughter of Abraham, WHOM SATAN HATH BOUND, LO, THESE EIGHTEEN YEARS, be loosed from this the bond this on the sabbath day?

WHOM SATAN HATH BOUND... 180 x 6
Luk 13:16 hn edhsen Satanav"’

The text states that she was "loosed from the bond this..."

BOND ... 180 x 3
Luk 13:16 desmou'

Let it be emphatically be stated, that this 180 pattern was observed some time before this verse in Luke 13:16 was even noticed in the text~ a few years ago. That passage only confirmed what was already being discovered in theomatics.

We shall look here at a few examples of numerical phenomena that depict people being under bondage to Satan. Of course this specific topic covers the whole realm of references to Satan and the devil. However, we have "randomly" lumped together a few of the more outstanding examples.

There is one Greek word for bondage or slavery that appears over and over again throught the new testament. It is translated as either bondage or slavery.

"Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage" (Gal 5:1).

BONDAGE (or SLAVERY) ... 180 x 3
Gal 5:1 douleiav
BOND ... 180 x 3
Luk 13:16 desmou'

This word "bondage," is a totally different word in Greek, as the word "bond." They both have the same exact value of 180 x 3.

Here is another very appropriate term in reference to those who are bound by Satan.

PRISONERS ... 180 x 14
Act 27:42 touv desmwtav


Part X: The Woman of Revelation 12

This last part, is without question the most significant aspect of this pattern. Eve is mentioned only twice in the New Testament.

"But I fear, lest somehow, as the serpent beguiled Eve in the cleverness of him, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ" (2 Cor 11:3).

Look now at the theomatic features that are present.

SOMEHOW ... 180 x 6
2 Co 11:3 pwv
DECEIVED EVE IN THE CLEVERNESS OF HIM ... 180 x 19
echpathsen Euan en th panourgia autou"
DECEIVED ... 180 x 4
echpathsen"'
IN THE CLEVERNESS ... 180 x 6
en th panourgia"

Note: Everything to do with the serpent in the Bible, contains a pattern based on 126, which is 18 x 7. The word serpent (ofin) has a value of 630, i.e. 126 x 5, which is 18 x 7 x 5.

Now let us look at the one other passage from the New Testament that mentions the name of Eve.

"For Adam was first formed, then Eve. And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived in transgression" (1 Tim 2:13).

THEN EVE ... 180 x 3
1 Tim 2:13 eita Eua"

The next feature absolutely says it all. It consists of only five basic Greek words.

THE WOMAN BEING DECEIVED IN TRANSGRESSION ... 1800
h de gunh ecapathreisa en parabasei gegonen'

Now let us go to the book of Revelation, and continue the account of Eve. In Revelation chapter 12, we find a heavenly war going on between a serpent or dragon, a woman in heaven, and the child or offspring of this woman. Theomatically, the child that this woman gives birth to is unquestionably Jesus (Pg. 462 of Theomatics II.) Theomatics proves that this woman in Revelation 12, is obviously Eve. It was in Genesis that God promised that there would be enmity or hatred between the serpent and the male child that that Eve would give birth to. There is an entire chapter, Chapter 17 of Theomatics II (Pg. 455), that discusses this extensively.

Let us begin by looking at a verse that is one of the most significant passages in all of Scripture. It is a prophecy concerning the future coming of Christ, and how Jesus would ultimately destroy Satan. Many people have wondered what the seed of the serpent represents? This study may throw some light on the subject. The following expression, "thy seed," is talking about the seed of the serpent.

"And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel" (Genesis 3:15).

THY SEED ... 360 (180 x 2)
Gen 3:15 'Kirz Nyb
THE SERPENT ... 360 (180 x 2)
"wen

And dear friends reading this, guess what the numerical value is for just the word enmity.

ENMITY ... 18
Gen 3:15 hbya

Now let us go to the book of Revelation.

"And the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born" (Rev 12:4).

THE DRAGON STOOD BEFORE ... 180 x 15
Rev 12:4 o drakwn esthken enwpion"

The account continues by describing the birth of the male child who will shepherd all nations with a rod of iron, the war in heaven, and the falling of the stars from heaven, etc. Let us pick up at the point where the battle continues between the serpent and the woman. Look at this next, almost unbelievable feature.

"And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent" (Rev 12:14).

THE FACE ... 1800
proswpou
ENMITY ... 18
Gen 3:15 hbya

Satan now goes after this woman. Here is what took place.

"And the serpent cast out of his mouth after the woman, water as a flood, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood" (Rev 12:15).

THE SERPENT CAST OUT OF ... 180 x 5
Rev 12:15 ebalen ofiv ek"

Look at this next example!

CAST OUT OF HIS MOUTH ... 180 x 18
ebalen ek tou stomatov autou

"And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed up the flood which the dragon cast out of his mouth" (Rev 12;17).

SWALLOWED UP THE FLOOD ... 180 x 6
Rev 12:17 katepien potamon"
THE FLOOD WHICH THE DRAGON CAST ... 1800
potamon on ebalen drakwn'

"And the dragon was enraged with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus" ( Rev 12:17).

AND THE DRAGON WAS ENRAGED
WITH THE WOMAN ... 180 x 15
(vn) Rev 12:17 kai wrgisjh o drakwn gunaiki'

Lastly, notice this. The seed of the woman is all humanity. In Genesis 3:20, it states that Eve became the mother of all the living. The "remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God and have the testimony of Jesus," are all the born again Christians. Satan is going to go after whoever he can. "... and went to make war with the remnant of her seed."

WAR WITH THE REST ... 180 x 16
Rev 12:17 polemon meta twn loipwn'

But the verse that immediately follows is the last verse of this chapter.

"And he stood upon the sand of the sea" (Rev 12:18).

AND HE STOOD UPON ... 324 x 2 (18 x 18 x 2)
Rev 12:18 kai estajh epi'

The reason this is significant, is because the sand also represents fallen humanity. Satan is again, out to destroy and do whatever he can.

One Last Example

For the "last hurrah" with this pattern, there is one passage from Revelation that contains a feature of unmistakable significance. There are very few words in the New Testament Greek, that have tiny numerical values in the single digits, or in the teens ~ only a scant handful. They are extremely rare.

"But unto you I say, and unto the rest in Thyatira, as many as have not this doctrine, and which have not known the depths of Satan, as they speak" (Rev 2:24).

KNOWN THE DEPTHS OF SATAN ... 180 x 11
Rev 2:24 egnwsan ta barea Satana'
THE DEPTHS ... 18

More examples

For this reason I fall on my knee before the Father, from whom every family on heaven and earth recieves its true name" - Ephesians 3 :14

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