Theta
 Helios (318), the Sun
The gematria
value of the Greek word Theta (QHTA
= 9+8+300+1)
is 318 units. The gematria value of the Greek word Helios
('HLIOS = 8+30+10+70+200), meaning the
"Sun," is also equal to 318 units (see the diagram
above). The isopsephia, gematria, and solar symbolism shared
by the letter Q (theta) with the sign
and gematria value of the Sun (helios) is truly amazing:

A circle
with a diameter of "318" units by calculation (318p
= qqq
= 999) has a circumference
of "999" units. The letter Q
has a value of "9."

The earliest
form of the Greek letter theta
was the same symbol as the Egyptian sungod (a circle with a
dot in the middle). The Greek symbol for the sun is the Greek letter
Q (theta), which looks like a circle
with a line through it.

A circle
with a circumference equal to "Divine Unity," the
number "1" or any power of One such as 1x10x10x10
= 1,000 units, by calculation has a diameter that rounds down
to 318 units.

Consider
the solar symbolism of this amazing discovery. In the 1st century
AD, the value of "p"
was supposedly not known to five decimal places. But if the
5th decimal place of pi is set equal to the number "1,"
the diameter of a circle with a circumference of 1000 units
by calculation has a diameter equal to the gematria value of
Helios (318) on each side of the decimal point! Check
this out with a calculator: 1,000/p
= 1,000/3.14151 = 318.318 units.

The solar
symbolism between the numbers "1000" and "318"
was well known in ancient Greece. The product of the initials
of Jesus Christ in Greek Numerals
(IX)
is equal to the number "1000." The solar symbolism
in the name "Jesus Christ" was apparent to anyone
in antiquity who spoke Greek. See the
" IX Sign" of Jesus Christ.
