At the beginning of the post it says that the number 127 is the 7th Mersenne Prime, a special class of primes. The number 127 is also part of a special series of primes: 127 is the 31st prime, with in turn 31 also being a prime, the 11th prime, and 11 is also a prime, the 5th prime, and 5 the 3rd prime, 3 the 2nd prime, and 2 the 1st prime. It is interesting that the 127th prime is 709, which is the next prime after the number 704 that you discuss in the post, and 709 = 704 + 5. Also interesting is that 704 = 11 x 64, which resonates with more numbers in the post, and also 704 is a reflection of 407, another number discussed in the post, and together 704 + 407 = 1111. It turns out that the number 1111 can be represented as Elef plus Alef, 1000 + 111, and also 1111 is a semi-prime, 1111 = 11 x 101, with 11 being the 5th prime and 101 being the 26th prime. Also in small gematria both 704 and 407 reduce to 7 + 4 = 11. (And it is interesting that in Yiddish the word עלף, pronounce “Elef,” means “eleven,” the number 11….) That’s all for now, Good Shabbos!