The "Sign" of Jesus Christ
The Greek name of Jesus Christ is spelled IhsouV CristoV. This means that his initials are the Greek letters "I" (iota) and "X" (chi). His monogram, or "sign," is formed from the superimposed first initials ("I" and "X") of his name.
The initials of his name also happen to be Greek Numerals. The Attic Greek Numeral "I" has a value of "1" and the Numeral "X" has a value of "1,000." The product of the two numerals is therefore = 1000 units. If the circle holding his sign is assigned a circumference of 1,000 units, the diameter of the circle by calculation is 318 units, which is the gematria value of Helios ('hlioV), the Sun. This is just one of the many examples you will find in this book of how the Greeks used gematria to equate Jesus Christ with the Sun. The sign of Jesus Christ has decorated Christian religious objects and churches throughout the world from the 1st century to the present.
The Sacred Geometry Mysteries
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