"Great Anagrams of I AM" = "Ars Magna of Gematria"

What is Gematria?

Gematria is a practice where numbers are assigned to letters of an alphabet and the numbers of the letters in a phrase/name/word are added up to create a single number. It originates from ancient Hebrew and Greek, languages where numbers can be represented using letters of the alphabet. Many believe that phrases having the same value can signify a special relationship between them. Like anagrams, there can be some phrases that equal another phrase that are irrelevant, and there are some that provide brilliant insight. There are also other interesting ways in which gematria can be used. The most famous example of gematria is that 666/616 is written to be the number of the beast (and man) (Revelation 13:18).

Down below, you can find the values for each letter in the system used to calculate the numbers for the phrases in this website. A similar scheme is used for Hebrew and Greek. The calculator in the header has this system as the default system.


There may be some typos and/or misarrangements here and there. I don't intend to misrepresent anything. Please double check with the calculator.

The phrases on this site come from other gematria sites, the Bible, and miscellaneous other sources. I do not claim ownership of any of them.

I do not support the misuse of gematria to further conspiracy theories.