Bethsheba Ashe
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Behold. The Art and Practice of Gematria.
Book Description
Would you like to be able to read hidden messages in the Bible and other occult texts?
Gematria is usually confused with numerology, but real Gematria is not about cherry-picking numbers and comparing them to one other.

Real Gematria (in the Bible) was a formal system of early mathematics. That means it had known rules and conventions, like our system of math does today. Gematria is a beautiful and ancient art that is a crucial key to biblical interpretation and occult symbolism.

If you’ve ever wondered why Adam and Eve had to leave the garden of Eden? Or how Moses parted the red sea? Or whether the story of Elijah riding the fiery chariot to heaven was real? The answers are in the gematria.

Behold: The Art and Practice of Gematria is the most advanced and thorough study of gematria ever published to date. It is at once a student handbook, a history, and an invaluable reference.

Written by the creator of the Shematria Gematria Calculator, and referencing the latest professional scholarship, Behold includes everything you need to find and read hidden gematria messages for yourself.

300 pages • illustrated • full color
Additional Book Titles
The Genesis Wheel (2019)
The Hermeneutics of Aleister Crowley (2019)
Chariot (2016)
Aleister Crowley's Secret Temple (2014)
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Location (city/state/country)
PA, USA
Author bio
Bethsheba Ashe is the British creator of the Shematria Gematria Calculator, and a member of the American Cryptogram Association. Bethsheba invented the world's first true dual logographic and alphabetical writing script.

She says “gematria is the keystone of Abrahamic religions”.

In her spare time, she enjoys Photography, Art, Skyrim, cats, and cups of tea.
Professional Speaker Topics
Ancient Hermeneutics
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

“It is true that some of the so-called secrets are significant, but as a rule they are so only to those who already know what the secret is.” — Aleister Crowley.

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