Meaning of Numbers in the Bible
158, 166, 170, 187, 202, 221, 227
232, 244, 260, 330, 410, 511, 611
616, 747, 811, 919, 1100, 1101
1112, 1122, 1144, 1222, 1313

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Our research into the meaning of numbers in the Bible sometimes turns up fascinating facts that are insufficient, at the present time, for a single dedicated article. This article presents our findings so far on the numbers 158, 166, 170, 187, 202, 221, 227, 232, 244, 260, 330, 410, 511, 611, 616, 747, 811, 919, 1100, 1101, 1112, 1122, 1144, 1222 and 1313.

Meaning of the Number 158

The English word "beast" is found in 158 King James verses.

There are no words and phrases in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 158 times.

158 is equal to 2 x 79. Both 2 and 79 are prime numbers.

A Sabbatical year began on September 12 in 158 A.D. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar). It ended the following year on August 31 in 159.

Meaning of the Number 166

There are 3 words and phrases in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 166 times.

The Bible's major prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel, contain a total of 166 chapters and 3,929 verses in the King James translation.

166 is equal to 2 x 83. Both 2 and 83 are prime numbers.

Meaning of the Number 170

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 170 times.

170 is equal to 2 x 5 x 17. All three numbers, 2, 5 and 17, are primes.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Jubilee year (Leviticus 25:8 - 40). When seven cycles of seven years completed (49 years total) the next, or 50th year, was declared to be a Jubilee. These years always began on the Day of Atonement (aka Yom Kippur).

At sunset on September 15 in 171 B.C. a Jubilee year began. It lasted until sunset on October 5 in 170 B.C. This was the 26th Jubilee since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 170 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 30 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3930 and began civil year 3931.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 170 began at sunset on September 28 in 3592 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 18 in 3591 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 187

There are 3 words and phrases in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 187 times.

The first five books of the Bible, known as the Pentateuch, contain 187 chapters and 5,852 total verses in the King James Bible translation.

187 is equal to 11 x 17. Both 11 and 17 are prime numbers.

A Biblical Sabbatical year began on September 3 in 186 A.D. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar). It ended the following year on September 21 in 187.

Meaning of the Number 202

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 202 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 19 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3559 and began civil year 3560.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 202 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 5 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3962 and began civil year 3963.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 202 began at sunset on October 5 in 3560 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 25 in 3559 B.C.

The English phrase "two hundred and two," used for the number 202, is not recorded in the King James Bible.

There are two words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 202 times.

202 is equal to 2 x 101. Both 2 and 101 are prime numbers.

Meaning of the Number 221

There is one word in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 221 times.

221 is equal to 13 x 17. Both 13 and 17 are prime numbers.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Sabbatical year, also known as the land sabbath (Leviticus 25:2 - 6) or year of release (Deuteronomy 31:10). This year was the seventh in every seven-year cycle. It began (likely) on Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar (Feast of Trumpets aka Rosh Hashanah).

Sunset on September 19 in 221 B.C. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended at sunset on September 9 in 220 B.C. This was the 169th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

Coincidently, sunset on September 3 in 221 A.D. also began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended at sunset on September 22 in 222 A.D. This was the 232nd Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C. Just a few days later, at sunset October 1 in 222, the 34th Jubilee year since 1398 B.C. started!

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 221 began at sunset on October 4 in 3541 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 24 in 3540 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 227

227 is the 49th prime numbers. Primes immediately before it include 199, 211 and 223, and those after it include 229, 233 and 239.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 227 began at sunset on September 28 in 3535 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 17 in 3534 B.C.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Sabbatical year, also known as the land sabbath (Leviticus 25:2 - 6) or year of release (Deuteronomy 31:10). This year was the seventh in every seven-year cycle.

Sunset on September 7 in 228 B.C. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended at the start of Tishri 1 or sunset September 25 in 227 B.C. This was the 168th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 227 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 29 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3534 and began civil year 3535.

Meaning of the Number 232

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 232 times.

232 is equal to 2 x 2 x 2 (2 cubed) x 29. Both 2 and 29 are prime numbers.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 232 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 21 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3529 and began civil year 3530.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 232 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 2 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3992 and began civil year 3993.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 232 began at sunset on October 3 in 3530 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 22 in 3529 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 244

244 is equal to 2 x 2 x 61. Both 2 and 61 are prime numbers.

The Greek word pistis, Strong's Concordance #G4102, is found 244 times in 228 Greek New Testament verses. It is used the most in the book of Romans (40 times) followed by Hebrews (32) and then Galatians (22). The word, which means "moral conviction," is commonly translated as "faith" or "believe" in the King James.

Faith is such an important trait in the life of a Christian that the Bible leaves us no doubt as to what it is.

Now faith (pistis) is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good report. Through faith (pistis) we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear . . .

But without faith (pistis) it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him (Hebrews 11:1 - 3, 6, KJV).

Hebrews 11, considered Scripture's faith chapter, mentions this necessary ingredient in the life of a believer 24 times!

The English word "Jews" appears 257 times in 244 King James Bible verses. Its first use is in the book of 2Kings.

At that time Rezin king of Syria recovered Elath to Syria, and drave the Jews from Elath: and the Syrians came to Elath, and dwelt there unto this day (2Kings 16:6, KJV).

Meaning of the Number 260

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 260 times.

The English phrase "two hundred and threescore," used for the number 260, is recorded 4 times in 4 King James Bible verses.

The English phrase "two hundred and threescore," used for the number 260, is found twice each in the book of Numbers and Revelation.

There are 260 chapters in the King James version of the New Testament. The gospels plus Acts contain 117 chapters, Apostle Paul's writings have 100 exactly, the remaining epistles have 21 and Revelation houses 22 chapters.

260 is equal to 2 x 2 (2 squared) x 5 x 13. 2, 5 and 13 are all prime numbers.

Meaning of the Number 330

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 330 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 25 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3431 and began civil year 3432.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 330 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 30 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4090 and began civil year 4091.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 330 began at sunset on September 29 in 3432 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 19 in 3431 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 410

410 is equal to 2 x 5 x 41. All three numbers, 2, 5 and 41, are primes.

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 410 times.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Sabbatical year, also known as the land sabbath (Leviticus 25:2 - 6) or year of release (Deuteronomy 31:10). This year was the seventh in every seven-year cycle. It began (likely) on Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar (Feast of Trumpets aka Rosh Hashanah).

Sunset on September 9 in 410 B.C. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended on sunset of September 28 in 409 B.C. This was the 142nd Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

Coincidently, at sunset on September 14 in 410 A.D., another Sabbatical year began. This special year ended on sunset of September 3 in 411 A.D. This was the 259th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 410 began at sunset on September 15 in 3352 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on October 5 in 3351 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 511

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 511 times.

511 is equal to 7 x 73. Both 7 and 73 are prime numbers.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 511 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 16 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3250 and began civil year 3251.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 511 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 9 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4271 and began civil year 4272.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 511 began at sunset on September 8 in 3251 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 28 in 3250 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 611

611 is equal to 13 x 47. Both 13 and 47 are prime numbers.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Jubilee year (Leviticus 25:8 - 40). When seven cycles of seven years completed (49 years total) the next, or 50th year, was declared to be a Jubilee. These years always began on the Day of Atonement (aka Yom Kippur).

At sunset on October 2 in 612 B.C. a Jubilee year began. It lasted until sunset on Septmber 21 in 611. This was the 17th Jubilee since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 611 began at sunset on September 14 in 3151 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on October 2 in 3150 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 611 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 12 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4371 and began civil year 4372.

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 611 times.

Meaning of the Number 616

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 616 times.

616 has a subtle appearance in the King James Bible. The sixth chapter of the Minor Prophet Micah has 16 verses.

616 is a unique sequence of numbers called a numeric palindrome. A palindrome, in general, is a word, phrase, sentence, or even a number that reads the same forward and backward.

The number 616 is equal to the primes 2 x 2 x 2 (or 2 cubed) x 7 x 11.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 616 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 7 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3145 and began civil year 3146.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 616 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 17 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4376 and began civil year 4377.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 616 began at sunset on September 18 in 3146 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on October 7 in 3145 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 747

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 747 times.

747 is equal to 3 x 3 (3 squared) x 83. Both 3 and 83 are prime numbers.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 747 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 14 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 3014 and began civil year 3015.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 747 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 8 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4507 and began civil year 4508.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 747 began at sunset on September 10 in 3015 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 28 in 3014 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 811

811 is the 141st prime number. Primes immediately before it include 787, 797 and 809, while those after it include 821, 823 and 827.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 811 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 3 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2950 and began civil year 2951.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 811 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 21 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) year civil year 4571 and began civil year 4572.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 811 began at sunset on September 21 in 2951 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 11 in 2950 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 919

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 919 times.

919 is the 157th prime. Primes that come before it include 887, 907 and 911, while those after it include 929, 937 and 941.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 919 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 26 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2842 and began civil year 2843.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 919 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 29 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4679 and began civil year 4680.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 919 began at sunset on September 28 in 2843 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 18 in 2842 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 1100

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1100 times.

1100 is equal to 2 x 2 (2 squared) x 5 x 5 (5 squared) x 11. All three numbers, 2, 5 and 11, are primes.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1100 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 17 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2661 and began civil year 2662.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1100 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 5 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4860 and began civil year 4861.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1100 began at sunset on September 9 in 2662 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 26 in 2661 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 1101

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Jubilee year (Leviticus 25:8 - 40). When seven cycles of seven years completed (49 years total) the next, or 50th year, was declared to be a Jubilee. These years always began on the Day of Atonement (also known as Yom Kippur).

A Jubilee year began at sunset of September 19 in 1102 B.C. This special year ended at sunset on October 9 of 1101 B.C. It was the seventh Jubilee since the children of Israel fully received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C. (Joshua 14).

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1101 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 29 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2660 and began civil year 2661.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1101 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 25 (one of the earliest throughout history!) to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) year civil year 4861 and began civil year 4862.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1101 began at sunset on September 26 in 2661 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 14 in 2660 B.C.

The binary representation of 1101, which is "10001001101," has the sequence "1101" as its last four digits.

1101 is the product of 3 and 367. Both 3 and 367 are prime numbers.

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1101 times.

Meaning of the Number 1112

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1112 times.

1112 is equal to 2 x 2 x 2 (2 cubed) x 139. Both 2 and 139 are prime numbers.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1112 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 29 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2649 and began civil year 2650.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1112 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 22 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4872 and began civil year 4873.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1112 began at sunset on September 25 in 2650 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 12 in 2649 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 1122

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1122 times.

112 is equal to 2 x 3 x 11 x 17. All four numbers, 2, 3, 11 and 17, are primes.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1122 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 21 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2639 and began civil year 2640.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1122 A.D. was celebrated sunset September 3 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4882 and began civil year 4883.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1122 began at sunset on October 3 in 2640 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 23 in 2639 B.C.

Meaning of the Number 1144

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1144 times.

In 1144 B.C. a large man named Eli was both High Priest and Judge over ancient Israel. He will serve in these positions until, at the age of 98, he died after falling backwards on his chair and breaking his neck (1Samuel 1 - 4, 14:3).

Our Old Testament timeline places the creation of man in 3969 B.C. 1144 years after this event brings us to 2825 B.C. By the time this year arrives the patriarchs Adam, his son Seth, Seth's son Enos, as well as Enoch, have already died.

Those alive 1144 years after Adam was made include Enos' son Cainan (819 years old), Cainan's son Mahalaleel (749), Mahalaleel's son Jared (684), Jared's grandson Methuselah (457), Methuselah's son Lamech (270) and finally Lamech's son Noah (88).

Gideon, in 1144 B.C., is serving as Israel's new Judge. He is the eighth Judge inspired by God to lead his people after they entered the Promised Land in 1405 B.C. The Judges that came before Gideon are Joshua, Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar, Deborah and Barak, and Eli. God used Gideon, in 1145, to free his people from seven long years of Midianite oppression.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1144 began at sunset on September 30 in 2618 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 18 in 2617 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1144 B.C. was celebrated sunset September 23 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2617 and began civil year 2618.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1144 A.D. was celebrated sunset August 30 to sunset the next day. It ended Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 4904 and began civil year 4905.

1144 is equal to 2 x 2 x 2 x 11 x 13, all of which are prime numbers.

Meaning of the Number 1222

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1222 times.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1222 began at sunset on September 8 in 2540 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 26 in 2539 B.C.

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Sabbatical year, also known as the land sabbath (Leviticus 25:2 - 6) or year of release (Deuteronomy 31:10). This year was the seventh in every seven-year cycle.

September 16 in 1222 B.C. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended at sunset on September 5 in 1221 B.C. This was the 26th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

Coincidently, sunset on September 7 in 1222 A.D. also began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended at sunset on August 27 in 1223 A.D. This was the 375th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in 1398 B.C.

Entry number 1222 in Strong Concordance's definitions of Biblical Hebrew words is betsar. Found only in Job 36, it refers to gold when it is broken up.

Behold, God is mighty, yet He does not despise any; He is mighty in strength of understanding . . .

Will He esteem your riches? No, not gold (betsar), nor all the forces of strength can keep you from distress (Job 36:5, 19, HBFV).

Entry number 1222 in Strong's definitions of Biblical Greek words is depou. This word, like the one mentioned above, occurs only once in the Bible. It means, in Hebrews 2, to assert or affirm something strongly.

But we see Jesus, who was made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death . . . For verily (depou) he took not on him the nature of angels; but he took on him the seed of Abraham (Hebrews 2:9, 16, KJV).

1222 is equal to 2 x 13 x 47, all of which are prime numbers.

In 1222 B.C. a man named Ehud was a Judge over ancient Israel. He was the third Judge over God's people since its first, Joshua, began to serve in 1398 B.C.

Ehud, a rare left-handed warrior, became a Judge in 1292 B.C. after God inspired him to defeat the King of Moab after he had oppressed Israel for eighteen years (Judges 3).

Meaning of the Number 1313

1313 is equal to 13 x 101. Both 13 and 101 are prime numbers.

In 1313 B.C. a man named Othniel was a Judge over ancient Israel. He was only the second of a line of Judges that began with Joshua in 1398 B.C. and will end with the prophet Samuel's sons in 1050 B.C.

Othniel became a Judge after God inspired him to defeat the King of Moab and his allies after they oppressing Israel for eight years (Judges 3).

God commanded ancient Israel to keep a Sabbatical year, also known as the land sabbath (Leviticus 25:2 - 6) or year of release (Deuteronomy 31:10). This year was the seventh in every seven-year cycle.

September 3 in 1313 B.C. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended on September 21 in 1312 B.C. This was the 13th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1313 B.C. signaled the end of Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 2448 and the beginning of civil year 2449.

September 21 in 1313 A.D. (Tishri 1 on the Hebrew calendar) began a Sabbatical year. This special year ended on September 11 in 1314 A.D. This was the 388th Sabbatical since the children of Israel received their inheritance in the Promised Land in 1398 B.C.

The Feast of Trumpets (Tishri 1) in 1313 A.D. signaled the end of Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 5073 and the beginning of civil year 5074.

Biblical (Hebrew) civil year 1313 began at sunset on September 21 in 2449 B.C. which was the start of the Feast of Trumpets. The year ended at sunset on September 10 in 2448 B.C.

There are no words in the Bible's original languages that are recorded exactly 1313 times.

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367   -   369   -   390   -   400   -   404   -   410
411   -   414   -   420   -   424   -   430   -   440
444   -   450   -   456   -   490   -   500   -   511
516   -   555   -   600   -   611   -   613
616   -   666   -   700   -   711   -   717   -   747
777   -   800   -   808   -   811   -   818   -   888
900   -   911   -   919   -   999   -   1000
1001   -   1004   -   1010   -   1100   -   1111
1112   -   1122   -   1144   -   1212   -   1222
1234   -   1313   -   1500   -   2000   -   2222
3000   -   4000   -   5000   -   10000
144000   -  500000   -  The Largest!
Prophecy Numbers   -   Numerology
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