Gematriculator determines how good or evil a web site is

The Gematriculator is a service that uses the infallible methods of Gematria developed by Mr. Ivan Panin to determine how good or evil a web site or a text passage is.

Basically, Gematria is searching for different patterns through the text, such as the amount of words beginning with a vowel. If the amount of these matches is divisible by a certain number, such as 7 (which is said to be God’s number), there is an incontestable argument that the Spirit of God is ever present in the text. Another important aspect in gematria are the numerical values of letters: A=1, B=2 … I=9, J=10, K=20 and so on. The Gematriculator uses Finnish alphabet, in which Y is a vowel.

Experts consider the mathematical patterns in the text of the Holy Bible as God’s watermark of authenticity. Thus, the Gematriculator provides only results that are absolutely correct.


(via GPOD)


  1. charlie's horse

    December 2, 2005 at 3:30 am

    My favorite web comic, at, is 90% good. I always knew.

  2. What a load of bee-ess.

    No, A does not equal 1, J does not equal 10, K does not equal 20, etc.

    That is because neither the Finnish nor the (English or any)Latin-based) alphabet is usable in Gematria.

    ONLY HEBREW letters have the associated numerical values that enable Gematria.

    For just a taste of accurate information, here are the true values:

    aleph = 1
    bet [pr. “bait”] = 2
    gimmel = 3
    dalet [DULLut] = 4
    heh [hay] = 5
    vav [vuv] = 6
    zayin [ZAUYyeen] = 7
    chet ([xet], with the IPA “x” representing the guttural “ch” sound in German “achtung” or Scottish “loch”) = 8
    tet = 9
    yud [yood] = 10
    kaph [kuff] = 20
    lamed [LUMmud] = 30
    mem = 40
    nun ([noon], with the double “o” short as in “book”) = 50
    samech [SUMmux] = 60
    ayin [‘AUYyeen] = 70
    peh [pay] = 80
    tzadi(k) = 90
    koph = 100
    resh [raysh] = 200
    shin [sheen] = 300
    tav = 400

    Try the book “Gematria: The Spice of Torah” for a fuller story.

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