There are many revelations here
that really “Ring the Bell.”

Regarding the 5845 verses, the
79975 words, the 304805 letters, and
their total 390625, as well as other
associated numbers, including in
Peter’s above excellent
contributions [by the way, the
number 11 Peter mentions is the 5th
prime]:

It is interesting that all of
these numbers are divisible by 5,
and perhaps this is connected to the
fact that they are all associated
with the 5 Books of the Torah, and
indeed these Five Books are even
prominently called the “Chumash,”
“The Five.”

Also important is that hinted in
the word חמשי, Chamishi, “fifth,” is
that a rearrangement of its letters
forms the spelling of the word משיח,
Moshiach, and certainly Moshiach
is/will be a great expert in
understanding and teaching the
Chumash. Similarly, hinted in the
word Chamishi, “fifth,” is that
these same letters when rearranged
also spell the word ישמח, Yismach,
“rejoice,” since studying the Torah
causes rejoicing, and especially as
taught by Moshiach…

——–

Regarding the 304805 letters, it
is notable that aside from being
divisible by 5, it is also a
semi-prime, since 304805 = 5 x
60961, where 5 is the 3rd prime and
60691 is the 6145th prime.

In turn it also happens that 6145
is also a semi-prime that divisible
by 5, since 6145 = 5 x 1229, and
1229 is the 201st prime.

It is interesting that 6145 +
1229 = 7374, and 7374 + 201 = 7575.
The number 7575 is also obviously
divisible by 5, for 7575 = 5 x 1515,
and reducing this still further by
another 5, we have 1515 = 5 x 303,
and summing 1515 + 303 = 1818… The
number 303 is also a semi-prime, 303
= 3 x 101, where 101 is the 26th
prime, obviously hinting to the Name
Hashem.

The number 201 itself is not
divisible evenly by 5, however 5 x
40 = 200, and with 1 for the Kolel
200 + 1 = 201, and 40 + 1 = 41, the
13th prime, with 13 in turn being
the 6th prime. This is also
interesting since 13 + 6 = 19, and
201 is also a semi-prime, 201 = 3 x
67, with 67 being the 19th prime,
and with 19 in turn being the 8th
prime (and 5 + 3 = 8). Since this
series of primes ends with the 8th
prime, it is also interesting that
67 + 19 = 88, and adding 13 to this
makes 88 + 13 = 101, the 26th prime,
and then adding 6 to this makes 101
+ 6 = 107, the 28th prime, or
instead of adding 6, add 8 eight to
make 101 + 8 = 109, the 29th prime.

———-

Also interesting is that before
the number 304805 there are 26,390
primes (the 26,390th prime is
304,789, and the 26,391st prime is
304,807), and 26,390 may be viewed
as 26-390, or 26,000 + 390, where 26
and 26,000 hint to the Name Hashem,
gematria 26, and 390 = 15 x 26,
corresponding to the Name Yud-Keh,
gematria 15, times the Name Hashem,
gematria 26. Expressed a bit
differently, 26390 = 1015 x 26, all
with obvious connections to Divine
Names, and 390 is also obviously
connected to the number 390,625, as
has been discussed in the blog.

Also reducing 1015 by dividing
again by 5, it comes to 1015 = 5 x
203 where 203 is a semi-prime, 203 =
7 x 29, where 7 and 29 are the 4th
and 10th primes respectively, and
reducing 390 by dividing it by 5
gives 390 = 5 x 78, where 78 = 3 x
26.

———-

Similarly, before the number
390,625 there 33,118 primes (the
33,118th prime is 390,581, and the
33,119th prime is 390,647).
Amazingly, it happens that before
the number 33,118 there are 3550
primes (the 3,550th prime is 33,113,
and the 3,551st prime is 33,119).
The number 3550 has also been
discussed in these blog posts, and
in addition, 3550 = 50 x 71, where
50 = 5 x 10, and 71 is the 20th
prime.

By factoring 33,118 to its prime
factors yields 33118 = 2 x 29 x 571,
where 2 is the 1st prime, 29 as just
said is the 10th prime, and 571 is
the 105th prime. In addition, the
number 571 was mentioned prominently
in the recent blog post The Ultimate
Reality Behind the Universe, and
also in association with the number
625, the Phi proportion, and the
splitting of the Alef Bet, see there
for details… The number 571 may also
be viewed as 5-71, or 500 + 71, and
as just said 71 is the 20th prime.

The number 3550 is also divisible
by 5, and 3550 = 5 x 710, which also
reverberates with the numbers 5 and
71…

There is of course so much more
as one delves into deeper and deeper
into these numbers and their
significance…

Have a happy and inspiring Pesach
Sheini today, and a happy and
inspiring Lag B’Omer later this
week!

P.S.

With regard to all the 29s and
33s in my previous comment, they are
obviously also connected with Pesach
Sheini, the 29th day of the Omer,
Chesed She’b’Hod, the 1st day of the
5th week, and Lag B’Omer, the 33rd
day of the Omer, Hod She’b’Hod, the
5th day of the 5th week…

So keep Ringing the Bell, and
don’t forget to Count the Omer, and
may we merit to reach the complete
Giving of the Torah on the upcoming
Chag HaShevuos, which is connected
to the very holy the 50th day!

There was a general mention of
Bell numbers at the beginning of the
post, but there was no discussion of
the specific Bell triangle and Bell
numbers. Will this be examined
further in forthcoming posts?

Meanwhile, for starters, to
preliminarily review this, the Bell
numbers are the numbers on the left
side (and also on the right side) of
the numerical triangle formed by
starting from 1 at the top, writing
under it in the 2nd row the last
number of the previous line, i.e.,
for the 2nd line a 1, then for the
next number of the 2nd row the sum
of the previous number and the
number above it, 1 + 1 = 2. For the
3rd row start with the last number
from the 2nd row, 2, then add to it
the number above it, 1, to get 2 + 1
= 3, then sum 3 with the number
above it, 2 , to get 3 + 2 = 5. For
the 4th row start with 5, add the
number above it, 2, to get 7, then
add to 7 the number above it, 3, to
get 10, then add to 10 the number
above it, 5, to get 15, and so on:

The Bell numbers are thus 1, 1,
2, 5, 15, 52, 203, 877, 4140, 21147,
115975, 678570, 4213597, 27644437,
190899322, 1382958545, etc., with
the size of the numbers expanding
relatively rapidly.

It is interesting that the number
5, highlighted in my previous
comments, is not only the 3rd prime,
but also the 3rd Bell number (or is
considered the 4th, with the number
1 counted twice?), and the previous
numbers in the 3rd row of the Bell
triangle also correspond to the 1st
and 2nd primes, 2 and 3.

The next Bell number after 5 is
15, which as discussed corresponds
to the Divine Name Kah, Yud Heh,
gematria 15.

After 15 the next Bell number is
52, which is 2 x 26, i.e., 2 times
26, the gematria of the Divine Name
Hashem, and also one of the Divine
Names formed by spelling out the
letters of the Name Hashem, 72, 63,
45, and 52.

The next Bell number is 203,
which just happened to also come up
in my previous comment, where I
wrote that 203 is a semi-prime, 203
= 7 x 29, where 7 and 29 are the 4th
and 10th primes respectively, and
this may also hint to the Name
Hashem, with its 4 letters and its
representation as 10 Sefiros.

The next Bell number is 877, and
877 is a special prime number, since
it is the 151st prime, and in turn
the number 151 is also prime, the
36th prime. The number 151 also
appears in the Bell triangle as the
5th number of the 6th row. Also,
when viewed in reflection, 877
becomes 778, and together with 5
becomes 5778, the special number and
year.

Is there a name for the
intermediate numbers in the Bell
triangle, for example, the numbers
3, 7, 10, 20, 27, 37, 67, 87, 114,
151, and the like?

Yes, they will be covered
extensively (in the 3rd of this Part
VI 3 subsections) and in ways you do
not expect and that I believe are
mind-blowing. There wasn’t
originally going to be any
sub-sections but important material
(expansions) kept coming up and this
was the right place to include it.
Sorry for the suspense, but we’ve
waiting 3330 years already…. B’H
soon.

Thanks for you help and comments.
By the way, I have some black box
secrets about the conversation of
the 42-Letters that I want to share
with you and Peter and see what you
guys can do with it while I finish
up this series. I’ll get it to you
as soon as I get a break; meanwhile,
working on re-finishing the next
section as we get deeper into the
Torah purpose and programming.

There are many revelations here that really “Ring the Bell.”

Regarding the 5845 verses, the 79975 words, the 304805 letters, and their total 390625, as well as other associated numbers, including in Peter’s above excellent contributions [by the way, the number 11 Peter mentions is the 5th prime]:

It is interesting that all of these numbers are divisible by 5, and perhaps this is connected to the fact that they are all associated with the 5 Books of the Torah, and indeed these Five Books are even prominently called the “Chumash,” “The Five.”

Also important is that hinted in the word חמשי, Chamishi, “fifth,” is that a rearrangement of its letters forms the spelling of the word משיח, Moshiach, and certainly Moshiach is/will be a great expert in understanding and teaching the Chumash. Similarly, hinted in the word Chamishi, “fifth,” is that these same letters when rearranged also spell the word ישמח, Yismach, “rejoice,” since studying the Torah causes rejoicing, and especially as taught by Moshiach…

——–

Regarding the 304805 letters, it is notable that aside from being divisible by 5, it is also a semi-prime, since 304805 = 5 x 60961, where 5 is the 3rd prime and 60691 is the 6145th prime.

In turn it also happens that 6145 is also a semi-prime that divisible by 5, since 6145 = 5 x 1229, and 1229 is the 201st prime.

It is interesting that 6145 + 1229 = 7374, and 7374 + 201 = 7575. The number 7575 is also obviously divisible by 5, for 7575 = 5 x 1515, and reducing this still further by another 5, we have 1515 = 5 x 303, and summing 1515 + 303 = 1818… The number 303 is also a semi-prime, 303 = 3 x 101, where 101 is the 26th prime, obviously hinting to the Name Hashem.

The number 201 itself is not divisible evenly by 5, however 5 x 40 = 200, and with 1 for the Kolel 200 + 1 = 201, and 40 + 1 = 41, the 13th prime, with 13 in turn being the 6th prime. This is also interesting since 13 + 6 = 19, and 201 is also a semi-prime, 201 = 3 x 67, with 67 being the 19th prime, and with 19 in turn being the 8th prime (and 5 + 3 = 8). Since this series of primes ends with the 8th prime, it is also interesting that 67 + 19 = 88, and adding 13 to this makes 88 + 13 = 101, the 26th prime, and then adding 6 to this makes 101 + 6 = 107, the 28th prime, or instead of adding 6, add 8 eight to make 101 + 8 = 109, the 29th prime.

———-

Also interesting is that before the number 304805 there are 26,390 primes (the 26,390th prime is 304,789, and the 26,391st prime is 304,807), and 26,390 may be viewed as 26-390, or 26,000 + 390, where 26 and 26,000 hint to the Name Hashem, gematria 26, and 390 = 15 x 26, corresponding to the Name Yud-Keh, gematria 15, times the Name Hashem, gematria 26. Expressed a bit differently, 26390 = 1015 x 26, all with obvious connections to Divine Names, and 390 is also obviously connected to the number 390,625, as has been discussed in the blog.

Also reducing 1015 by dividing again by 5, it comes to 1015 = 5 x 203 where 203 is a semi-prime, 203 = 7 x 29, where 7 and 29 are the 4th and 10th primes respectively, and reducing 390 by dividing it by 5 gives 390 = 5 x 78, where 78 = 3 x 26.

———-

Similarly, before the number 390,625 there 33,118 primes (the 33,118th prime is 390,581, and the 33,119th prime is 390,647). Amazingly, it happens that before the number 33,118 there are 3550 primes (the 3,550th prime is 33,113, and the 3,551st prime is 33,119). The number 3550 has also been discussed in these blog posts, and in addition, 3550 = 50 x 71, where 50 = 5 x 10, and 71 is the 20th prime.

By factoring 33,118 to its prime factors yields 33118 = 2 x 29 x 571, where 2 is the 1st prime, 29 as just said is the 10th prime, and 571 is the 105th prime. In addition, the number 571 was mentioned prominently in the recent blog post The Ultimate Reality Behind the Universe, and also in association with the number 625, the Phi proportion, and the splitting of the Alef Bet, see there for details… The number 571 may also be viewed as 5-71, or 500 + 71, and as just said 71 is the 20th prime.

The number 3550 is also divisible by 5, and 3550 = 5 x 710, which also reverberates with the numbers 5 and 71…

There is of course so much more as one delves into deeper and deeper into these numbers and their significance…

Have a happy and inspiring Pesach Sheini today, and a happy and inspiring Lag B’Omer later this week!

P.S.

With regard to all the 29s and 33s in my previous comment, they are obviously also connected with Pesach Sheini, the 29th day of the Omer, Chesed She’b’Hod, the 1st day of the 5th week, and Lag B’Omer, the 33rd day of the Omer, Hod She’b’Hod, the 5th day of the 5th week…

So keep Ringing the Bell, and don’t forget to Count the Omer, and may we merit to reach the complete Giving of the Torah on the upcoming Chag HaShevuos, which is connected to the very holy the 50th day!

There was a general mention of Bell numbers at the beginning of the post, but there was no discussion of the specific Bell triangle and Bell numbers. Will this be examined further in forthcoming posts?

Meanwhile, for starters, to preliminarily review this, the Bell numbers are the numbers on the left side (and also on the right side) of the numerical triangle formed by starting from 1 at the top, writing under it in the 2nd row the last number of the previous line, i.e., for the 2nd line a 1, then for the next number of the 2nd row the sum of the previous number and the number above it, 1 + 1 = 2. For the 3rd row start with the last number from the 2nd row, 2, then add to it the number above it, 1, to get 2 + 1 = 3, then sum 3 with the number above it, 2 , to get 3 + 2 = 5. For the 4th row start with 5, add the number above it, 2, to get 7, then add to 7 the number above it, 3, to get 10, then add to 10 the number above it, 5, to get 15, and so on:

1

1 2

2 3 5

5 7 10 15

15 20 27 37 52

52 67 87 114 151 203

203 255 322 409 523 674 877

The Bell numbers are thus 1, 1, 2, 5, 15, 52, 203, 877, 4140, 21147, 115975, 678570, 4213597, 27644437, 190899322, 1382958545, etc., with the size of the numbers expanding relatively rapidly.

It is interesting that the number 5, highlighted in my previous comments, is not only the 3rd prime, but also the 3rd Bell number (or is considered the 4th, with the number 1 counted twice?), and the previous numbers in the 3rd row of the Bell triangle also correspond to the 1st and 2nd primes, 2 and 3.

The next Bell number after 5 is 15, which as discussed corresponds to the Divine Name Kah, Yud Heh, gematria 15.

After 15 the next Bell number is 52, which is 2 x 26, i.e., 2 times 26, the gematria of the Divine Name Hashem, and also one of the Divine Names formed by spelling out the letters of the Name Hashem, 72, 63, 45, and 52.

The next Bell number is 203, which just happened to also come up in my previous comment, where I wrote that 203 is a semi-prime, 203 = 7 x 29, where 7 and 29 are the 4th and 10th primes respectively, and this may also hint to the Name Hashem, with its 4 letters and its representation as 10 Sefiros.

The next Bell number is 877, and 877 is a special prime number, since it is the 151st prime, and in turn the number 151 is also prime, the 36th prime. The number 151 also appears in the Bell triangle as the 5th number of the 6th row. Also, when viewed in reflection, 877 becomes 778, and together with 5 becomes 5778, the special number and year.

Is there a name for the intermediate numbers in the Bell triangle, for example, the numbers 3, 7, 10, 20, 27, 37, 67, 87, 114, 151, and the like?

Yes, they will be covered extensively (in the 3rd of this Part VI 3 subsections) and in ways you do not expect and that I believe are mind-blowing. There wasn’t originally going to be any sub-sections but important material (expansions) kept coming up and this was the right place to include it. Sorry for the suspense, but we’ve waiting 3330 years already…. B’H soon.

Thanks for you help and comments. By the way, I have some black box secrets about the conversation of the 42-Letters that I want to share with you and Peter and see what you guys can do with it while I finish up this series. I’ll get it to you as soon as I get a break; meanwhile, working on re-finishing the next section as we get deeper into the Torah purpose and programming.